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5 Techniques of Formative Assessment and How to Use Them

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There are two main types of assessment: formative and summative assessment. Summative Assessment It is after teaching assessment. It is the formal assessment that must be implemented according to certain criteria Characteristics of Summative Assessment Defining the Criteria for the Summative Assessment Consider the following steps: Formative Assessment...
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How To Self-Study For IELTS And Improve Your English

IELTS stands for “International English Language Testing System”. It is your gateway to scholarships, immigration and work abroad. Types of IELTS There are two types of IELTS: Academic IELTS for university studying and General IELTS for immigration. The Structure Of The IELTS Exam The Duration Of The IELTS...
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16 Types Of School Tests For Young Learners

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There are different kinds of tests in schools but there are eight main types vs. the other eight ones. Recognize them and the main differences among them and utilize this information so that you can create the right test in the right situation. 1- Objective Test vs. Subjective...
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Assessment Of, For & As Learning – The Main Differences & Principles

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Assessment Of, For & As Learning – What are the Main Differences? 1. Assessment Of Learning It involves looking at assessment information at the end of the teaching and learning process to rank students’ achievement levels against a standard. It is summative in nature and typically involves standardized tests. Assessment OF learning scores are...
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Five Tasks To Test Your Students’ Listening

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1. Number the jumbled words as you hear them: Don’t be restricted to nouns only, include adjectives as well. Use content words rather than form words (i.e. no prepositions, conjunctions or articles). You might include 1 or 2 words that do not spell as they sound, like ‘eight’...
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