This course provides teachers with detailed information, data analysis rubrics and assessment procedures for assessing the individual and whole class performance in writing, reading and spoken language. The systems also provide teachers with efficient and effective systems for meeting the achievement standards and content descriptions of the Australian Curriculum: English (Foundation to Year 10), and may be implemented across a whole school. The assessment procedures are based upon the general capabilities for literacy across all subjects and year levels.
Teachers, Curriculum Leaders, Heads of Departments, and school administrators
This course contributes to 6.0 professional development hours.
There are no occurrences of Face to Face - Individual in Australia (QLD) at this time.
introduction to assessment (brief)
glossary of terms
general capabilities: literacy Policy
introduction to forms of assessment
delivery as well as discussion and feedback
The achievement standards for spoken English
Pro formas for classroom practice in assessing student performance in spoken English
planning effective programs for developing student performance as speakers and listeners
introduction to reading theory (very brief review)
using miscue analysis for selected students
locating individual student needs in word building
assessing reading comprehension
assessing inferential comprehension
assessing vocabulary knowledge
No duration specified
assessing individual and class needs for planning the teaching of writing
assessing with rubrics and data analysis sheets
assessing student spelling needs
Participants are asked to bring notes about and samples of student reading and writing
There are no reviews of this format at this time.
Finalist for the Professor Betty Watts Memorial Medal for Outstanding Contribution to the Profession of Teaching 2015.