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The teacher has to evaluate her students to know how well they understood the course lesson(s). To note their strong and weak points of the study course, if there's a need to touch-up, or review. The ways of evaluating a student is done either 'ongoing feedback' or in a 'formal feedback setting'. Also, individually or in groups. *** ONGOING FEEDBACK Ongoing feedback, will give students the opportunity to evaluate their own level of understanding and how well they are progressing to this fresh information. The teacher appoints the students to evaluate their course themselves by means of either guided discussions or in questionnaire form. Also adding feedback on whether or not the grammar, course lesson was too difficult, easy, and so forth. Then evaluation results are marked by the students themselves in an open discussion or perhaps student eliciting answer from other student. And if correct, commend student with a e.g. "Well done [name].", write it on the board, if not, subtly ask the class "Can anyone give me the answer for [ABC]?" Answers have to be clearly and audibly repeated. In light of the comments given, the teacher might need to 'add' review lessons to the syllabus. Two points on ongoing feedback: - By openly discussing their own feedback, students come out with a sense of respect for themselves, building trust to "Why the teacher did it that way", and become classroom aware. - It will give the teacher a clearer understanding of how/why they reacted to "What I did." TYPES of EVALUATION: - PLACEMENT TEST - e.g. a series of multi-choice questionnaire whereby all four fluency skills are measured. Starting with easy to more difficult questions. The placement test helps the teacher to place this new student in the correct language learning level. - PROGRESSIVE TEST - Periodic tests [weekly/monthly/term/etc.] on the work that is being covered at that point on all four skills, e.g. formal written test, informal group activity, or game. Either the teacher or school/institution decides. Or parent requires test results. - DIAGNOSTIC TEST - in a sense similar to placement test, but the difference is that the teacher is now evaluating on what the students' abilities are, what the students know, or do not know at the very start of the course. Once the results are in, the teacher can now prepare the lessons so that they can now work on the areas he/she has identified an issue with. *** FORMAL FEEDBACK It may be 'compulsory' if we work for an institution, however, it's always useful to plan a formal feedback to take place to prepare our students for internal or external exams. - PRACTICE TEST - e.g. regular short revision test series and then a longer formal test at the end of the course/term. For students who are studying to do external exams, all practice tests should follow the same structure and format as of an external exam. - PROFICIENCY TESTS Internal 'achievement tests' given at the end of a course, e.g. end of school year 'exams'. Other options are 'external examinations', offered by orgs. e.g. Cambridge Assessment, and 'proficiency tests' EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS * GENERAL ENGLISH: CAMBRIDGE ASSESSMENT Dept 1. KET = Key English Test [elementary level] 2. PET = Preliminary English Test [intermediate level] 3. FCE = First Certificate in English [upper intermediate level] 4. CAE = Certificate in Advanced English ... [higher level] above ESL certificate 5. CPE = Certificate of Proficiency in English ... [higher level] above ESL certificate [not from Cambridge but well-known] CELS = Certificate of in English Language skills * SKILLS FOR LIFE: - ESOL = ESOL Skills for Life * BUSINESS ENGLISH: BEC = Business English Certificates BULATS = Business Language Testing Service TOEIC = Test Of English for International Communication * ACADEMIC ENGLISH: TOEFL, IELTS. TOEFL = Test Of English as a Foreign Language **Academic IELTS = International Foreign Language Testing System **Academic
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