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What we learned during the course of modern
What we learned during the course of modern
What we learned during the course of modern
What we learned during the course of modern
What we learned during the course of modern
What we learned during the course of modern
What we learned during the course of modern
What we learned during the course of modern
What we learned during the course of modern
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  • 1. What we learned duringthe course of ModernMeans of AssessingEducational Results Made by Araslanova Ks., Kuznetsova Kr., 741 group
  • 2. We learned: the definition of control; the functions, types and forms of control, its requirements and methods; the difference between two notions assessment and evaluation; the modern methods of assessment of pupils’ result, their pros and cons.
  • 3. We learned: the notions of the quality of education and monitoring of education; the main point of the competence-based approach; the levels and criteria of communicative competence assessment.
  • 4. We learned: the scientific term of the word testing; the types and description of tests; the classification of types of tests;
  • 5. We learned: the terms of the United State Exam of Russia and their definitions; what codifier and specificator mean; the structure of five parts of the USE and the general requirements of making the test;
  • 6. We can do:identify the objects of control according to the foreign language communicative competence ; correlate the names of its components and their content;
  • 7. We can do: single out the test characteristics; correlate the types and characteristics of the te differentiate between the standardized and teacher made tests; create the compellation of test tasks based on one topic;
  • 8. We can do: single out the objects of control in any USE task; make a demo-version of the USE: tasks in listening, reading, lexics and grammar, writing and speaking; introspect our activities during the course.

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