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Web-based Assessment Tools for Effective Online Language Courses by Ke Peng at ASU Post-ACTFL meeting Jan 17th, 2010

Web-based Assessment Tools for Effective Online Language Courses by Ke Peng at ASU Post-ACTFL meeting Jan 17th, 2010

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  • Web-based Assessment Tools for Effective Online Language Courses
    KePeng | 彭珂kekepengpeng@gmail.comwww.slideshare.net/kekepengpeng
  • Outline
    Online Chinese Language Programs & Models
    ChineseTeachers.com, GLOSS,
    LearnNC.org
    Web-based Assessment Tools
    LinguaFolio
    Early Language Assessments of CAL (Center for Applied Linguistics)
    SOPA: Student Oral Proficiency Assessment (for Grades 2-8)
    ELLOPA: Early Language Listening and Oral Proficiency Assessment (for Grades PreK-2)
    COPE: CAL Oral Proficiency Exam (for Grades 5-8)
    STAMP

  • ?
    ?
    Online Chinese Programs
    ?
    ?
  • ?management
    ?Pedagogy
    ? Technology
    Online Chinese Programs-- Effective?
    Assessment?
    ? Resources
  • Example | ChineseTeachers.com
  • Example | ChineseTeachers.com
    Personalized Lessons
    Flexible
    Audio Conversation / Reading (Lesson Plans)
    ? Visual / multimedia
    ? Evaluation or Assessment
    ? Consistence
  • Example | Global Language Online Support System Defensive Language Institutehttp://gloss.dliflc.edu
    • Searchable
    • Flexible
    • Multimedia
    • ? Assessment
    • ? Feedback
    • ? Varieties of Topics
  • Online Chinese Programs: LearnNC.org
    ACTFL Session #47 | Creating a Model for Effective Online Language Courses
    the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    innovative practices in K–12 education
    materials available to all
    mainly to teachers & students of North Carolina
  • Online Chinese Programs: LearnNC.org
  • Online Chinese Programs: LearnNC.org
  • Online Chinese Programs: LearnNC.org
  • Online Chinese Programs: LearnNC.org
    • 2006 FLAP grant for Level I & II
    • AP grant for LIII, IV & AP
    • 2007-08; 2008-09; 2009-10 (Pilot  Course)
    • Enrollment: LI: 81; LII:21; … LIV:5
    • Web-Conferencing: hire 2 native speakers; twice a week; meeting 3-4 students a time
  • Online Chinese Programs: LearnNC.org
    • Instructional Designer collaborating with content Planner/ Teachers
    • Planning  Content Modules  Video Producing
    • Two 45-min sessions weekly
    • Ongoing hiring/coaching/tutoring process
    • Videos:
    • video shot
    • tied shot of face
    • audio clip for individuals to repeat
  • Online Chinese Programs: LearnNC.org
    • Coaching Rubrics:
    • Evaluation Data:
    • Speaking & Listening: video + audio
    • Culture: authentic resources online
    • Writing & Reading
    • Illustration: http://www.learnnc.org/lp/editions/mandarin1/4168
  • Online Assessment Tools: LinguaFolio
    LinguaFolio:http://www.doe.virginia.gov/linguafolio/index.htmlResources for using the LinguaFolio portfolio self-assessment system developed by the National Council of State Supervisors of Foreign Language for secondary school and university students.
    LinguaFolio Jr.http://www.doe.virginia.gov/linguafolio/junior.html
    Example: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/linguafolio/checklist5.pdf
  • Online Resources for Language Assessment
    Early Language Assessments of CAL (Center for Applied Linguistics): www.cal.org/ela
    Foreign Language Assessments of CAL: www.cal.org/topics/ta/flassess.html & www.cal.org/flad
    Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA): http://www.carla.umn.edu/assessment/VAC/.html Assessment and rubric development resources and general assessment resources.
    Consortium for Assessing Performance Standards Rubrics: http://flenj.org/CAPS/?page=147 The rubrics that are found here were developed during the three years of this project and are based on the ACTFL Performance Guidelines for K-12 Learners.
    FAIRFAX County Public Schools: Performance Assessment for Language Students: http://www.fcps.edu/DIS/OHSICS/forlang/PALS/rubrics Examples of holistic and analytic rubrics, reflects K-12 Performance Guidelines Language.
    Languages Other Than English (LOTE)Center for Educator Development: http://www.sedl.org/loteced/lotelinks/general.html
  • Online Resources for Language Assessment
    NOELLA:http://casls.uoregon.edu/noella.php Description of the National Online Early Language Learning Assessment from the Center for Applied Second Language Studies at the University of Oregon, including a free pilot.
    Creating games and quizzes online with Quia: http://www.quia.com/web
    AVANT Assessment: http://www.avantassessment.com/education.html
    STAMP: A web-based, adaptive, multi-skill proficiency test based on national standards;
    ClassPak: A web-based instructional support tool that helps teachers build, deliver and manage reading, writing and speaking quizzes, lessons, and assignments throughout the year.
  • Questions:
    • How to make an effective online language program?
    • How to assess students’ language proficiency and acquisition?
    Suggestions:
    Goal setting & Planning
    Technology use with Pedagogical Considerations
    Assessment & Evaluation
    Reports & Feedback