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Presentation on the importance of different types of assessment in the English class

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  • 1. ASSESSMENT
  • 2. Differencebetween assessment and evaluation
    EVALUATION
    Looking at all the factors that influence the learning process
    Course
    design
    Syllabus
    objectives
    Methodology
    Teacher
    performance
    Assessment
    Materials
  • 3. ASSESSMENT
    Source of information about what’s happening in the class.
    It involves the measuring of
    Performance
    Progress
    and also
    Problems
    Feedback
  • 4. Prejudices
    Something teachers DO to their ss.
    Synonymous with formal testing.
    It happens after the learning process has finished
    A grade mark is the only feedback
    It oftenconcentrates in one aspect of the class, grally. grammar.
    Ss. have a passive role
  • 5. LEARNING AND TEACHING
    A
    S
    S
    E
    S
    S
    M
    E
    N
    T
  • 6. SUGGESTIONS AND SOLUTIONS
    When?
    Continuous process at diff levels
    Informal A.  nearly every lesson
    Formal A. At frequent points throughout the course
    Self-assessment  at regular intervals
    Who?
    Teacher and students
    Self-assessment  T: to gather information
    Ss.: responsible for their own progress.
  • 7. How?
    Assessment must be done:
    Constructively: focus on achievement, not failure
    Reliable: =conditions, diff days  = results
    Valid: If assessing READING COMPREHENSION, X grammar
    Practical: timeinside/outside class and physical resources
    Accountable: provide clear indications of progress and conclusions.
  • 8. To measure the performance and progress of ss., we should consider the three types of assessment during the teaching-learning process.Which are they?
    Informal
    Formal
    Self-assessment
  • 9. Planning:what is an ideal balance for our classes between these types of assessment?Which of these comments reflects your classroom situation?
  • 10. Some examples…
  • 11. Informal Assessment
    Linguistic factors
    tasks done by
    • Observation
    (based on judgment)
    role plays, etc
    • Writing tasks
    • 16. Writing Bands and feedback
    • 17. Correction codes (self-assessment)
    • 18. Some written acts. and homework: compositions, responding to letters, paragraphs.
  • Example of speaking band
  • 19. Example of holistic writing band
  • 20. CORRECTION CODES
  • 21. Example
  • 22. Non-linguistic factors
    we Assess by means of
  • Non-linguistic bands
  • 33. Formal Assessment
    Types: Progress, Entry/placement, Summative, Diagnostic, Proficiency
    If you need to answer these ?, what type of FORMAL TEST do you need?
    1.What levels shouldss go into?
    2.How are ss getting on at the moment?
    3.What are their problems and weaknesses?
    4.How much have they learnt about the course?
    5. What can ss do in English?
     Entry/placement
     Progress
     Diagnostic
     Summative
     Proficiency
  • 34.
  • 35. So…
    A formal test should
    Be reliable, valid and practical
    Have good washback effect
    Mix different kinds of test formats (Ex reading and listening:Short answer questions, table completion, multiple choice, T or F, etc.)
  • 36. When doing a test, think of the following questions.
  • 37. Self-Assessment
    Why is it better ‘Teacher and learner assessment’ than only ‘teacher assessment’?
  • 38. Examples of self-assessment
  • 39. Diagnostic questionnaires
  • 40.
  • 41. Learner diaries
  • 42.
  • 43. Follow up questionnaire

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