ORAL ASSESSMENT   To enable students to  communicate effectively
SELECTING ASSESSMENT          ACTIVITIES•   Instructional activities – nature of language•   Ability to communicate meanin...
CRITERIA ADAPTED FROM      RICHARD 1983• Content validity: measuring listening  comprehension or speaking• Task validity :...
ORAL INTERVIEWS• Individual – pairs• Classroom setting• Provoke language functions: “describing,  giving information, opin...
PICTURE-CUED DESCRIPTION OR STORIES• Age, interest, appropriate, color or black and  white.• Communicative Stress: picture...
RADIO BROADCAST• Authentic context• Useful (Individual, group or whole group)• Listening for specific  information, descri...
VIDEO CLIPS•   Motivation•   Minimal preparation•   No levels•   Sometimes authentic language
STORY-TEXT RETELLING• Simultaneously assessment skill(listening-  speaking)• Appropriated individually• Describing ,giving...
IMPROVISATION-ROLE-PLAYS-            SIMULATIONS• Authentic activities (interactive content)• Real-life conversation: repe...
ORAL REPORTS• Real life listening comprehension• Public speaking skill-asking questions• Require preparation-all level of ...
DEBATES• Type of role play• To defend position• Intermediate and advanced• Extensive preparation for learners• Language fu...
•   Thanks a lot•   Luis eduardo silva almario•   Marcial leonardo valbuena•   Diego alejandro moreno
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Oral assessment

  1. 1. ORAL ASSESSMENT To enable students to communicate effectively
  2. 2. SELECTING ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES• Instructional activities – nature of language• Ability to communicate meaning• Easy activities “frustration”• Challenge on proficiency level• Level – purpose – usage of the language• Static: describing a picture – giving direction• Dynamic: telling a story – role plays• Abstract : giving an opinion• Format (individual, per group)• Emerging students in authentic oral activities (assessment)
  3. 3. CRITERIA ADAPTED FROM RICHARD 1983• Content validity: measuring listening comprehension or speaking• Task validity : assessing listening comprehension or speaking• Purposefulness-transferability: authentic real life purpose.• Authenticity: measure spoken language
  4. 4. ORAL INTERVIEWS• Individual – pairs• Classroom setting• Provoke language functions: “describing, giving information, opinion”.• Underhill suggestion; “performance tasks to check in oral interview”Can the learner… Use courtesy formulas? Ask simple information? Describe a series of past events? Produce a smooth stream of speech?
  5. 5. PICTURE-CUED DESCRIPTION OR STORIES• Age, interest, appropriate, color or black and white.• Communicative Stress: pictures which tell stories.• Organization• Variety of pictures
  6. 6. RADIO BROADCAST• Authentic context• Useful (Individual, group or whole group)• Listening for specific information, description, direction and summarizing• Songs• Authentic language
  7. 7. VIDEO CLIPS• Motivation• Minimal preparation• No levels• Sometimes authentic language
  8. 8. STORY-TEXT RETELLING• Simultaneously assessment skill(listening- speaking)• Appropriated individually• Describing ,giving information and summarizing• Adapting story (students)
  9. 9. IMPROVISATION-ROLE-PLAYS- SIMULATIONS• Authentic activities (interactive content)• Real-life conversation: repetition, interruption.• Reduce anxiety-increase motivation and enhance language acquisition• Improvisation: generating language• Role plays: it´s more instructional• Simulation: being involved in different roles
  10. 10. ORAL REPORTS• Real life listening comprehension• Public speaking skill-asking questions• Require preparation-all level of proficiency
  11. 11. DEBATES• Type of role play• To defend position• Intermediate and advanced• Extensive preparation for learners• Language functions: describing, explaining, giving and asking for information, persuading agreeing and disagreeing.• idea about debate
  12. 12. • Thanks a lot• Luis eduardo silva almario• Marcial leonardo valbuena• Diego alejandro moreno

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