The mission is to find Dr. Brown.
Because Dr. Brown can fix computer broken.
But the computer isn't broken.
Dr.Brown discovers that the computer is unplugged from the electrical outlet.
THE BIG MISSION
Mr.Jones: Oh, no! Our computer is broken.
Mr.Smith:Can you fix it?
Only Dr. Brown can fix this computer.
Mr.Smith: Where's Dr. Brown?
Mr.Jones: He's in Italy.
Everyone, I need you help.
Who can speak Italian?
Phil/Lucy: We can speak Italian.
Mr.Jones:This is Dr. Brown.
He can fix this computer.
Can you find him?
Lucy/Phil: Of course.
Lucy: Look! There's Dr. Brown.
He's in that boat.
Phil: Where's he going?
Lucy: I don't know.
Phil: We must find a boat.
Lucy: Here's one.
I can't drive a boat. Can you?
Phil: Yes, I can. Lest's go!
Lucy: Hurry! We must catch Dr. Brown.
You must wear a life jacket. Here.
Lucy: Is that Dr. Brown's boat?
Lucy: There's a bridge. Watch out!
You crashed the boat!
Phil:I'm sorry. I didn't see the bridge.
Lucy: There's Dr. Brown.
Phil: Let's swim to his boat.
Lucy: We mustn't swim here.
Phil: It's OK. We can swim fast.
Lucy: All right.
Phil:What time will we arrive?
Lucy: We'll arrive at six.
Phil: where's our hotel?
Lucy: It1s next to the airport.
Phil: Is the hotel nice?
Lucy: I don't know.
I love Italian food.
Are you hungry?
Phil: Yes, I am. How about pizza?
Lucy: Sure. That sounds good.
Cozinheiro: I can make pizza.
Lucy: Ok, Let's eat here.
Lucy: Excuse me. Are you Dr. Brown?
Lucy: We're Mr.Jones's friends.
Our computer is broken.
Can you fix it?
Dr: Yes of course.
Lucy: We must go to America.
Jones: Hi, Dr. Brown!
Dr: Hello Mr. Jones.
How are you?
Jones: I'm OK, bur our computer is broken.
Dr: Your computer isn't broken.
This is the problem!
|Category||Adequate to good||Good to Excellent||Needs work|
The learner's ability to pronounce words shared by the people of a particular country or region of the language they are learning.
Good effort at accent. Quite close to that of a native speaker
Excellent effort at accent. Extremely close to that of a native speaker.
Limited effort at accent. Definitely a non-native speaker
The learner's ability to speak continuously by chunking and linking words together. For example, instead of saying very slowly, "I - am - poor. I - have - no - money" like a robot, a fluent speaker would say, "I'm poor because I don't have any money."
Speech is relatively smooth; some hesitation and unevenness caused by rephrasing and searching for words
Smooth and fluid speech; few to no hesitations; no attempts to search for words; volume is excellent
Speech is frequently hesitant with some sentences left uncompleted
The learner's ability to understand the relative emphasis that may be given to certain syllables in a word, or to certain words in a phrase or sentence
Able to identify and produce correct intonation, word stress and rhythm patterns with 50-90% accuracy.
Able to identify and produce correct intonation, word stress and rhythm patterns with 90-100% accuracy.
Able to identify and produce correct intonation, word stress and rhythm patterns with < 50% accuracy
The learners' ability to enunciate the various consonants, consonant blends, vowels, and vowel blends in words, words linked together, and words in sentences.
The pronunciation contained some individual word pronunciation errors. Around 3-4 errors
The pronunciation is exceptional and mirrors a native speaker. Shows a clear understanding of word stress and intonation. Only 0-2 errors
The pronunciation is inconsistent and made it difficult to understand. 5 or more errors