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Forms Of Authentic Asse.hmwk

  1. 1. Types of Authentic Assessment With Concentration on Portfolios & Oral Assessment Assessment Description Classroom Examples Oral Assessment Oral assessment is 1. Role plays: (Include its different types increasingly used to Students role-play a under description) assess achievement in a dialogue, guided by range of disciplines. It is a handful of 1. Debates and particularly useful in keywords. discussions ‘authentic assessment’, in 2. Listening encouraging good comprehension learning, and in countering sheets plagiarism. While many 3. Oral presentations students can experience 4. Drama oral assessment as a powerful form of assessment, it needs to be designed and implemented with particular care in order to avoid pitfalls and maximize benefits. Oral assessment is simply assessment conducted orally, or by word of mouth. While this definition is straightforward, in practice the varieties of oral assessment are limitless. Oral assessment is sometimes thought of as a form of ‘alternative assessment’.
  2. 2. Types of Authentic Assessment With Concentration on Portfolios & Oral Assessment Assessment Description Classroom Examples Story or text Retelling Retellings are post reading • Predicting and or post listening recalls in confirming a text. which readers or listeners • Telling a story based tell what they remember. on a book for (Morrow, 1996). students to have an Story Retelling is a idea of what they will procedure that enables a read. child to play a large role in • Pairwork activities to reconstructing stories. It retell information underlies both social and previously given. academic development. • Retelling by using questions and answering them (To check understanding) Writing Samples Students are expected to • Writing a descriptive write effectivelly for many paragraph. By using different reasons and this, the reader gets makes their individual to feel, taste, smell, rising voices develop and touch the things that emerge to express the way are being described.( they feel as they write. http://www.pcieducati on.com/UserFiles/Fil e/PCI22051.pdf) • http://www.suelebeau .com/writingprocess. htm
  3. 3. Types of Authentic Assessment With Concentration on Portfolios & Oral Assessment Assessment Description Classroom Examples Projects/Experiments Authentic assessment Students read a complete aims to evaluate students' short story, in groups think abilities in 'real-world' of a different ending and contexts. In other words, act it out. students learn how to apply their skills to authentic tasks and projects. Authentic assessment does not encourage rote learning and passive test-taking. Instead, it focuses on students' analytical skills; ability to integrate what they learn; creativity; ability to work collaboratively; and written and oral expression skills. It values the learning process as much as the finished product. Teacher Observations The Teacher's Observation Teacher’s checklist of guides and shows the students’ performance teacher the children's during the class. development and behavior to record and plan educational activities.
  4. 4. Types of Authentic Assessment With Concentration on Portfolios & Oral Assessment Assessment Description Classroom Examples Portfolios A collection of a student's A student’s portfolio with a (Include its different types work specifically selected sample of every activity under description) to tell a particular story performed in class, like a about the student -- and a file, including worksheets, 1. Process oriented great opportunity to tests, exercises, etc. portfolios develop self-assessment 2. Product oriented skills. portfolios A portfolio documents 3. Public exhibition learning over time. This 4. E-portfolio long-term perspective accounts for student improvement and teaches students the value of self- assessment, editing, and revision. A student portfolio can include: • journal entries and reflective writing • peer reviews • artwork, diagrams, charts, and graphs • group reports • student notes and outlines • rough drafts and polished writing Self assessment on pages: 12, 37, 52, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 83, 85, 87.

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