Teachers will provide students with a prompt and questions. Students will have one minute of individual preparation to respond to the prompt and questions. The class will be divided into pairs, where one partner is a “speaker” (a language producer) and the other partner is a “listener” (an assessor). Students will assess each other using a “rubric” in the form of a questionnaire to evaluate the language producer’s speech for fluency, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Students will reverse roles, so that the assessor becomes the language producer and vice versa. In a “debrief” section of the lesson, teachers will ask students to share self-evaluations and then find out how partners assessed each other. Teachers will identify areas of weakness based on common feedback. Teachers will provide strategies to address those areas of weakness.