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    her 2 grade levels below her grade level. Some advantages that she is that she started school at 4 years old, plus was able to be enrolled in preschool for a year. This paper will focus on their student achievement on an English Summative assessment.…

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    the administrator needs to keep in mind is preventing any biases from influencing the assessment. It is important that those providing the test are aware of the test takers background, which includes their age, race, and cultural status, as well as, make sure the test taker is given every opportunity to understand the given test. Technology has filled a significant role in the process of conducting assessments which provides many advantages. I discuss the American Psychological Association’s…

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    Word Analysis Assessments Language and word analysis assessments are important tools that educators use to help identify deficits of English language skills in ELL students. Once ELL students have been identified these assessments can be used to help determine the student’s skill level, so that they can be placed appropriately in the school. These same kinds of assessments should be readministered periodically to track the students’ language proficiency growth. Because every student comes from…

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    constantly filed with assessment. Despite the point in the unit, assessments drive instruction, learning and ultimately more assessment. Mc Tighe and O’Connor (2005) believe that “classroom assessment and grading practices have the potential to measure and report learning but to also promote it”. When presented correctly, students understand that assessments are not threats that they should fear, but opportunities to show their academic strengths. The creation of a Photo Assessment Album helps…

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    Informal daily assessments will be drive our lesson planing slowly up the information some days when students are struggling and increasing the pace other depending on the needs of the students. Daily bell ringers, teacher observation and student presentations will increase the data needed to see if the students are grasping the bigger concepts and make inferences in the curriculum. Instruction will be student driven for information attained from informal assessments. Procedures MAPS test will…

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    It was transported from western, middleclass culture with its corresponding values, and applied mostly out of the context in which it was developed. Plainly this was misuse of the tests and constituted abuse. Psychological tests applied in South Africa were standardized for the white population, and applied without any adaptation to the very different context in the country; Factors, such as culture, language, socio-economic status, education and levels of acculturation of the South African…

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    Overview of Assessment This assessment was designed to evaluate the overall ability for a student to present themselves in a job seeking situation and during a personal interview. While the assessment evaluates the four language skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing, the main emphasis is on speaking and writing. The understanding is that the output of speaking and writing will provide important feedback on a student’s listening and reading skills. Context The class is designed…

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    The Assessment tool: In order to understand where my students stand with their knowledge of literary elements and techniques I choose to give them a pre- assessment with a Kahoot quiz. The students would answer questions about the parts of literary elements and different types of literary techniques. In this case each question was given 10 seconds to read the question (I would read the question and answer choices out loud) and 45 seconds to answer the question. This helped me figure out how to…

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    Lucy Assessment Paper

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    The purpose of the assessment that would be to figure out the reason why three year old Lucy parent are concerned with her speech. Lucy parents’ report that she doesn’t talk as much as her friends in preschool, and people that Lucy isn’t around every day can’t understand what she is saying. The process of Lucy assessment would begin with obtaining any relevant records that we might have as well as the case history that we can find. With the data gathering process we will have to meet with Lucy…

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    Assessment and Evaluation is the final on-line course required to complete the certificate of Teaching and Training Adults. It involved learning methods of assessment and evaluation in order to determine if learning has been successful. I first thought that evaluations for adult learners aren’t important but I now realize that it is important to know if the content has been delivered successfully. Evidence of learning can only by determined through evaluation measures. Evaluation is not just for…

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