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Assessing Young Learners (Resource Books for Teachers)

by Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages192
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Open LibraryOL7385526M
ISBN 100194372812
ISBN 109780194372817

Assessment Research Group. Assessment research team; Assessment research awards and grants; Assessment Research Publications; How Language Assessment Works. Test Development; Assessing Reading; Assessing Writing; Assessing Listening; Assessing Speaking; Assessing General Language Proficiency; Assessing Young Learners; Assessing English for. This volume documents international, national, and small-scale testing and assessment projects of English language education for young learners, across a range of educational contexts. It covers three main areas: age-appropriate ‘can do statements’ and task types for teaching and testing learners.

  Book Description English Language Proficiency Assessments for Young Learners provides both theoretical and empirical information about .   Assessing Young Language Learners (Cambridge Language Assessment) - Kindle edition by McKay, Penny. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Assessing Young Language Learners (Cambridge Language Assessment).Reviews: 4.

Assessing Young Dual Language Learners: Challenges and Opportunities Based on Espinosa, (), A Review of the Literature on Assessment Issues for Young English Language Learners. Paper prepared for the NAS Committee on Developmental Outcomes and Assessments for Young Children By Linda M. Espinosa, Ph.D. [email protected]   When you ask an assessment question your students may look down at their book or phone or they may have their parents help to e.g. do some writing offline. But what matters is how they are engaging with the lesson and you can use deep questioning to check how well they understand or know something.


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Assessing Young Learners (Resource Books for Teachers) by Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assessing Young Learners (Resource Books for Teachers) [Ioannou-Georgiou, Sophie, Pavlou, Pavlos] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Assessing Young Learners (Resource Books for Teachers)Cited by: This book helps teachers to assess children's progress in English.

It includes sections on learning how to learn, self-assessment, and portfolios, which are also integrated into the whole book/5(8). She begins by considering why we need a special book on young learner assessment, and describes the nature of young learner language learning.

The assessment approach is task-based and is centred around tasks and techniques suitable for young learners, with particular emphasis on classroom assessment. Oral language assessment, and reading and writing assessment are Cited by: It covers three main areas: age-appropriate ‘can do statements’ and task types for teaching and testing learners between the ages of 6 to 13; innovative approaches to self-assessment, diagnostic testing, self- perception, and computer-based testing; and findings on how young learners perform on vocabulary, listening, speaking, pronunciation, and reading comprehension tests in European and Asian contexts.

Oral language assessment, and reading and writing assessment are addressed in separate chapters, as is the large-scale testing of young learners. Underpinned by sound theory, the book is full of practical Assessing Young Learners book, and draws on examples of assessment contexts, issues and practices from around the ing Young Language Learners was winner of the Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize in Cited by:   Assessing Young Learners of English: Global and Local Perspectives (Educational Linguistics Book 25) 1st ed.

Edition, Kindle EditionManufacturer: Springer. Oral language assessment, and reading and writing assessment are addressed in separate chapters, as is the large-scale testing of young learners. Underpinned by sound theory, the book is full of practical guidelines, and draws on examples of assessment contexts, issues and practices from around the world.

Assessing Young Language Learners was winner of the Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize in   Assessing Young Learners. Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou, Παύλος Παύλου. OUP Oxford, - Foreign Language Study - pages. 1 Review. Jargon-free and practical. Encourages learner 5/5(1). This volume offers new insights into the assessment of the language of Young Learners (YLs).

YLs are defined here as being from 5 to 17 years, and are treated as three distinct subgroups: younger children (5/6 to 8/9 years), older children (8/9 to 12/13 years) and teenagers (12/13 to 17 years). Assessing Young Learners (Resource Books for Teachers) Ioannou-Georgiou Sophie.

Oxford pagesThis book will therefore be particularly welcome as it attempts to link assessment with instruction. If teaching is focused on physically engaging, creative, entertaining activities, then these should also be the focus of any assessment which is carried out.

This handbook contains the specifications for all three levels of Cambridge English: Young Learners – Starters, Moversand Flyers. It is designed for use by teachers who are preparing candidates for the tests, or who are considering doing so.

Assessing Young Learners Written by Gwendydd Caudwell Children are very different from adults. They need lots of attention, play and engagement, both at home and at school. So it’s a good idea to include these things when we ask them to take a test.

By young learners, we usually mean children between the ages of five and seventeen. Assessing young learners This free training module provides an overview of the issues of assessing English as a foreign language for young learners.

The materials in this toolkit were developed as part of a British Council funded research project which explored teacher attitudes to. early childhood assessment tools, one or more of which could be included in a quality assessment system for young children.

When used together in an assessment system, these tools will yield meaningful and useful information to teachers, parents, and administrators. In this book the author builds a comprehensive framework for the assessment of young language learners in both foreign language and second language learning situations.

In this book the author builds a comprehensive framework for the assessment of young language learners in both foreign language and second language learning situations.

She begins by considering why we need a special book on young learner assessment, and describes the nature of young learner language learning/5. 3 Research into the assessment of young language learners 61 4 Assessing language use through tasks 97 5 Classroom assessment of language use 6 Assessing oral language 7 Assessing reading and writing 8 Evaluating young learners’ performance and progress 9 Testing young language learners through large-scale tests 10 The way.

Trends, Issues and Challenges in Assessing Young Language Learners by Marianne Nikolov.- Do Developments in Assessment Represent the ‘Coming of Age’ of Young Learners English Language Teaching Initiatives. The International Picture by Shelagh Rixon How to teach young learner classes - for the professional English language teacher.

This new book covers this increasingly important sector of teaching young learners aged between 7 and 12 years old. Public school systems in many countries provide for teaching English at elementary school level, and this in turn has stimulated a vigorous. This chapter is devoted to the assessment of young learners' oral language.

The assessment of oral language is challenging because of the combination of speaking and listening activities that may be involved: sometimes more speaking than listening (as in extended speaking tasks like news telling); sometimes a combination of both (as in conversations); and sometimes more listening than speaking Cited by: 1.

The assessment of YLLs is distinct in many ways from that of older learners, who for a long time comprised the ‘default’ subjects in the literature and research in language assessment.

This is due to both the characteristics of YLLs themselves and the assessment they are most often subjected to, being largely informal and formative in by: 2.Published as part of the British Council Monographs on Modern Language Testing series, Assessing the Language of Young Learnersoffers comprehensive discussion and analysis of the testing and assessment of young learners (YLs) of English in three distinct age brackets, namely youngerlearners (5–8/9), olderlearners (8/9–12/13), and teens(12/13–17).This is no different whether we are assessing a piece of writing or a student’s ability to read a page from a story book.

For more on assessing skills please refer to the following articles: Assessing skills (in this series) and Assessing speaking (in the Speaking matters series of articles). Benefits of assessment for young learners.