Interprétation Ecrite A. Key Word Recognition



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Rafara IPA
Interprétation Ecrite

A. Key Word Recognition. Find the French words/phrases that best express the meanings of the following English words/phrases.

His back _________________________

Set her down_________________________

Wings_________________________

Stones_________________________

Waved_________________________

Flew away_________________________

They say_________________________

Beloved_________________________

His anger_________________________

Oldest_________________________

Hands_________________________

Begged him_________________________

Mean_________________________

Neck_________________________

The son_________________________





5

Identifies 13-15 key words appropriately with context of the text.

4

Identifies 9-12 key words appropriately within context of the text.

3

Identifies 6-8 key words appropriately within the context of the text.

2

Identifies 3-5 key words appropriately within the context of the text.

1

Identifies fewer than 3 key words appropriately within the context of the text.



B. Supporting Details.

1. Check each detail that is mentioned in the story (not all are included).

2. Fill in the information that is given for each detail you have checked. Write in English.

___ What Vovondreo did for Rafara ___________________________________________________________

___What Rafara did for Vovondreo___________________________________________________________

___ What became of Trimobe ___________________________________________________________

___ Rafara’s father’s reaction when he saw her___________________________________________________________

___ Rafara’s mother’s reaction when she got home_______________________________________________________

___ Rafara’s sisters’ reaction___________________________________________________________

___What Rafara’s father wanted to do to her sisters________________________________________________________

___What the father said he would do if they were mean again_______________________________________________

___What happened to Rafara as she grew up___________________________________________________________

___Whom she ended up marrying___________________________________________________________


5

Identifies all supporting details in the text and accurately provides all pertinent information from the text to explain these details.

4

Identifies the majority of supporting details in the text and provides relevant information from the text to these details.

3

Identifies some supporting details in the text and may provide limited information from the text to explain these details.


2

Identifies some supporting detail but is unable to provide information from the text to support them.

1

No response


C. Guessing Meaning from Context. Find the underlined words/phrases and write what you think they mean in English. The information in parenthesis tells you which section the word appears in.

1. Vovondreo, qui avait un plumage plutôt terne, accepta avec joie. (a-1) _______________________

2. Il emporta Rafara sur son dos et la déposa devant la case de ses parents. (a-1) __________________

3. qui s’envola vers d’autres cieux (a-2) _______________________

4. Il voulut leur couper les mains mais Rafara le supplia de les épargner. (b-a) _______________________


5

Accurately infers meaning of 3-4 unfamiliar words and phrases in the text.

4

Infers meaning of 3-4 unfamiliar words and phrases in the text. Inferences are plausible although may not be accurate.

3

Infers meaning of 1-2 unfamiliar words and phrases in the text. Inferences are plausible although may not be accurate.


2

Is unable to infer the correct meaning of any of the words or phrases.

1

No response


D. Write a 1-2 sentence summary of this final section of the story. Write in English.


5

Identifies the complete main idea(s) of the text.

4

Identifies the key parts of the main idea(s) of the text but misses some elements.

3

Identifies some part of the main idea(s) of the text.

2

Identifies a minor idea from the text.

1

No response
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E. Inference.

1. Do you think Rafara’s sisters will stop being jealous and mean? Why or why not?

2. Support your answer with details from the entire text.

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5

Infers and interprets the text’s meaning in a highly plausible manner.

4

Infers and interprets the text’s meaning in a partially complete and/or partially plausible manner.

3

Inferences and interpretations of the text’s meaning are largely incomplete or not plausible.

2

Inference is incomplete and not plausible

1

No response.


F. Author’s Perspective. Select the perspective or point of view of the culture in which this story developed and justify your answer with information from the text.

___ Spirits are in control of what happens to people and it’s important to keep them happy so bad things don’t happen

___ Most bad things that happen are a result of poor choices that people make

___ Most bad things that happen to people are due to fate and are out of their control

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5

Infers and interprets the author’s perspective in a highly plausible manner.

4

Infers and interprets the author’s perspective in a partially complete and/or partially plausible manner.

3

Inferences and interpretations of the author’s perspective are largely incomplete or not plausible.

2

Inferences related to the author’s perspective are incomplete or not plausible

1

No response.



G. Cultural Comparison. Answer the following questions in English.

How would this story have been different if the main character lived in the United States instead of Africa?



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5

Identifies cultural perspectives/norms accurately. Provides a detailed connection of cultural products/practices to perspectives.

4

Identifies some cultural perspectives/norms accurately. Connects cultural products/practices to perspectives.


3

Identification of cultural perspectives/norms is mostly superficial or lacking. And/or connection of cultural practices/products to perspectives is superficial or lacking.

2

Unable to identify a pertinent cultural perspective/norm.

1

No response.







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