Language Assesment For Classroom Teacher

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ISBN:

9780194218399

Publication date:

01/02/2018

Paperback

304 pages

Price: 1050.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780194218399

Publication date:

01/02/2018

Paperback

304 pages

Lyle Bachman & Barbara Damböck

This book provides teachers with an entirely new approach to developing and using classroom-based language assessments. This approach is based on current theory and practice in the field of language assessment and on an understanding of the assessment needs of classroom teachers.

Rights:  OUP UK (Indian Territory)

Lyle Bachman & Barbara Damböck

Description

The book is organised in four parts. Part 1 introduces a new approach to classroom assessments, explaining both theory and practice in detail. Part 2 explains why, when and how teachers should set assessment tasks and how these benefit students. Part 3 is a step-by-step practical guide to designing the assessment tasks that work best in your teaching context. Part 4 provides illustrative examples and assessment task templates to get you started.

Lyle Bachman & Barbara Damböck

Lyle Bachman & Barbara Damböck

Features

  • Step-by-step guidance to using classroom-based assessments.
  • Written exercises to practice assessment task design.
  • Assessment tasks template.
  • Checklist of things to think about before using a language assessment.

Lyle Bachman & Barbara Damböck

Lyle Bachman & Barbara Damböck

Description

The book is organised in four parts. Part 1 introduces a new approach to classroom assessments, explaining both theory and practice in detail. Part 2 explains why, when and how teachers should set assessment tasks and how these benefit students. Part 3 is a step-by-step practical guide to designing the assessment tasks that work best in your teaching context. Part 4 provides illustrative examples and assessment task templates to get you started.

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