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    star2nv16 is offline Newbie
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    Assessment

    Hello,

    I need some guidance in making assessments. I have been given some text written by a few students to assess and then according to the results, I have to put these students in levels.
    I have two assessment instruments to work with, one from the common European framework and the other one is a norm type assessment.
    Need help as I am new to all this.

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    Re: Assessment

    Quote Originally Posted by star2nv16 View Post
    Hello,

    I need some guidance in making assessments. I have been given some text written by a few students to assess and then according to the results, I have to put these students in levels.
    I have two assessment instruments to work with, one from the common European framework and the other one is a norm type assessment.
    Need help as I am new to all this.
    You might get more helpful answers if you post this in the "Teaching English" section, as opposed to the "Ask a Teacher". The "Teaching English" is specifically for teachers to get help and advice from each other!

    I'm really glad I don't have to formally level test my students!

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    Tdol is online now Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Re: Assessment

    It's hard to say much without knowing what the norm type assessment contains.

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