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Here are some tips and suggestions to implement the assessments.

Prep:

  • Download and print the assessments you want to use from the main unit page.
  • Optional: Include a rubric on the back.

Proficiency Goal

Show the rubric and/or give them one. Remind them of their proficiency goal on the rubric and what it takes to get it.

Ask them to circle their proficiency goal on the rubric or on the top of their assessment when they get it.

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Assessments

Have them remove all resources.

Give them the assessment (download on main unit page). Go over any parts of it that you want to clarify.

Remind students to think/plan what they will want to include. Use the lines under the scenario or another paper.

Let them shine!

INTERPERSONAL SPEAKING ASSESSMENT

Scenario: On Vacation 

Prep:

  • devices to record speaking

Technically this would be an interpersonal speaking in real life, but could be modified to be able to do all of them at once if time is an issue. 

Modified Option: On the assessment day, show them the prompt. If you want to give them a copy, it is in the unit download on the main unit page. Give them a little time to think about what they will say. Have them all start recording what they would say back at the same time and give a time limit. Suggestion: give them tri-folds to create a “recording booth.”

PRESENTATIONAL WRITING/SPEAKING ASSESSMENT

Give each student the assessment (in download on main unit page). Let them complete the task. You can give them the option to make it a VIDEO post or a WRITTEN post. If your students have the language, encourage them to add a personal story or experience.

INTERPERSONAL SPEAKING ASSESSMENT

Give each student the assessment (in download on main unit page). Let them complete the task.

This could be done in a small group (3-4 people). Each student would talk about a different place. They should convince you to pick theirs. You will ask follow up questions as needed.

If your students have the language, encourage them to add a personal story or experience.

Reflection: Essential Question

Show the essential questions and have them reflect using resources from the Reflection Day page.

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