- Formal aspects refer to the form of the response: for example, whether it is over or under the word limit for a particular question type.
- The quality of the response is represented in the enabling skills: for example, in the question type Re-tell lecture, the response is scored on skills such as oral fluency and pronunciation.
|Read aloud||Partial credit||Reading and speaking||Oral fluency, Pronunciation, Content||Make an attempt at unknown words.|
|Repeat sentence||Partial credit||Listening and speaking||Oral fluency, Pronunciation, Content||Do not go back to correct yourself or hesitate.|
|Describe image||Partial credit||Speaking||Oral fluency, Pronunciation, Content||Describe the general content of the image, then summarize the most significant points, referring to details for support.|
|Re-tell lecture||Partial credit||Listening and speaking||Oral fluency, Pronunciation, Content||Pay attention to the lecture and take notes.|
|Answer short question||Correct/ incorrect||Listening and speaking||Vocabulary||Respond with a single word or short phrase.|
|Summarize written text||Partial credit||Reading and writing||Grammar, Vocabulary, Content, Form||Check the content and length of the summary.|
|Write essay||Partial credit||Writing||Grammar, Vocabulary, Spelling, Written discourse,|
Content; development, structure and coherence; form, general linguistic range
|Plan, draft, check and finalize|