2nd Periodical Tests – All Subjects | SY 2018-2019

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>> EFFECTIVE EVALUATION AND CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT

To be useful and effective, evaluation and classroom assessment requires planning. Preparing for evaluation should be an integral part of planning each lesson or unit as well as general planning at the beginning of the school year or course. Instruction and evaluation should be considered together in order to ensure that instruction provides itself to evaluation and that the results of evaluation can direct ongoing instructional planning. Moreover, if evaluation is not planned along with instruction, the time required for assessment activities will most likely not be available. As pointed earlier, clearly an important focus of classroom assessment and evaluation is student achievement. Teachers need to know what and how much students have learned in order to monitor the effectiveness of instruction, to plan ongoing instruction, and for accountability purposes.

In order to plan and make instruction that is appropriate for individual students or groups of students, it is necessary to understand the factors that influence student performance in class. This means going beyond the assessment of achievement. Teachers need to evaluate constantly their teaching on the basis of student reaction, interest, motivation, preparation, participation, perseverance, and achievement. The conclusions drawn from such an evaluation constitute their main source for measuring the effectiveness of selected learning activities.

As a matter of fact, testing in language classes is often inadequate. The teacher is so preoccupied with classroom activities that he fails to maintain a comprehensive perspectives of the flow of the language learning sequence from objectives to activities to testing. This is the point where we can give priority to evaluation over tests claiming that the primary aim of evaluation in the classroom is to judge the achievement of both students and the teacher.

Evaluation of achievement is the feedback that makes improvement possible. By means of evaluation, strengths and weaknesses are identified. Evaluation, in this sense, is another aspect of learning, one that enables learners to grasp what they missed previously and the teacher to comprehend what can be done in subsequent lessons to improve learning. To do so, alternative methods (e.g. dialogue journals, portfolio conferences, interviews and questionnaires, observation, etc) are available for collecting useful information about language learning and about student related factors which influence the processes of language teaching and learning. For tests and alternative forms of
language assessment to be useful for classroom-based evaluation, they should be:

  • linked to instructional objectives and activities;
  • designed to optimize student performance;
  • developmentally appropriate,
  • relevant and interesting to students;
  • accurate; fair and ongoing.

 

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