   If the students learn complex procedures    most affectively when they have    opportunities to apply the skills in   ...
    There are numerous types of authentic     assessments used in classroom.1.   Oral interviews2.   Story or text retell...
   Students should be appropriate to become    to this stage.   How is it?   Teacher realizes   Advantage…..
   Students` role   Advantages..
   It can be used in many ways ( informal or    academic )   Teachers` role   Advantages
   A project may be conducted    individually or in small groups and is often    presented through o an oral or written  ...
   Students might conduct an experiment in    science using actual materials.   Let`s   make    an   experiment   (oral ...
   This assessment often focuses on how    students apply information rather than on    how much they recall of what has ...
   Teacher     often    observes   students`    attention to tasks, responses to different    types of assignments, or in...
   It is a purposeful collection of student    work that is intended to show progress    over time.   Advantages..
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Assessments presentetions

  1. 1.  If the students learn complex procedures most affectively when they have opportunities to apply the skills in meaningful ways. Assessments should be authentic reflections of these kinds of meaningful learning opportunities.
  2. 2.  There are numerous types of authentic assessments used in classroom.1. Oral interviews2. Story or text retelling3. Writing samples4. Projects / exhibitions5. Experiments / demonstrations6. Constructed / response items7. Teacher observation8. Portfolios.
  3. 3.  Students should be appropriate to become to this stage. How is it? Teacher realizes Advantage…..
  4. 4.  Students` role Advantages..
  5. 5.  It can be used in many ways ( informal or academic ) Teachers` role Advantages
  6. 6.  A project may be conducted individually or in small groups and is often presented through o an oral or written report. Advantages..
  7. 7.  Students might conduct an experiment in science using actual materials. Let`s make an experiment (oral presentation) Advantages…
  8. 8.  This assessment often focuses on how students apply information rather than on how much they recall of what has been taught. Advantages..
  9. 9.  Teacher often observes students` attention to tasks, responses to different types of assignments, or interactions with other students while working cooperatively toward a goal. Advantages…
  10. 10.  It is a purposeful collection of student work that is intended to show progress over time. Advantages..

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