The competence of interaction refers to a person’s ability to manage interpersonal relationships in communication settings (Rubin & Martin, 1994).
This competence can be assessed according to the following three students’ mastery levels:
Has marked difficulty in keeping up with the discussion and contributes only occasionally.
Keeps up with the discussion and can justify an opinion; responds and interacts adequately with other speakers; uses communication strategies well when unsure about (e.g., idiomatic use).
Can present ideas articulately in a complex discussion; can use sophisticated arguing and turn-taking strategies; has no difficulty in understanding idiomatic language use or different registers.
Tools for Assessment
On the right you will find the assessment tools that can be used to measure this competence.
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