The practical guide to classroom literacy assessment

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    • Barone, Diane
    • Taylor, Joan M.

書誌事項

The practical guide to classroom literacy assessment

Diane Barone, Joan M. Taylor

Corwin Press, c2007

  • pbk.

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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内容説明

The Practical Guide to Classroom Literacy Assessment, is every teacher's indispensable guide to assessment of all aspects of elementary literacy. It is an engaging and comprehensive resource for practitioners and pre-service teachers that integrates assessment and instruction activities to demonstrate practical ways for embedding test preparation into teaching and learning. Authentic teaching situations and dialogues in a story-like setting help readers become part of the background as observers, then use the structures and similar activities in their own teaching. The authors present specific assessment formats with how-to and when-to guidelines for reading, writing, and speaking--illustrated with rich examples, dialogues, scenarios, checklists, and student samples. An essential teacher's resource for linking literacy instruction and assessment more closely, evaluating grading, and providing meaningful instruction while conforming to current testing mandates, this is also an invaluable reference for coaches and administrators.

目次

AcknowledgmentsAbout the AuthorsIntroduction1. Assessments With a Focus on Learning: Purposes and Promises The Historical Root of the Matter Which Literacies? Audiences and Types of Assessments Timing of Tests Reasons for Assessments Final Thoughts2. Writing Assessments Brief Historical Overview of Writing Assessments Writing Assessments Today Types of Writing Assessments Writing Tasks Evaluation Tools Writing Assessment Formats Assessing Processes Assessing Products Organizing and Administering Your Own Scoring Session Final Thoughts3. Reading Asessment Teacher-Created Assessments Commercial Assessments Ongoing Assessments Used to Monitor Progress End-of-Year Assessment Final Thoughts4. Oral and Visual Assessments Speaking Listening Viewing and Experiencing Audience and Purpose Importance of a Variety of Assessment Forms and Products Final Thoughts5. Assessment Portfolios What Is an Assessment Portfolio? What Are the Issues Surrounding Portfolios? Final Thoughts6. Putting Assessment in Perspective Overview of Assessment Data Uses of Assessment A Few Final Assessment Caveats Additional Resources for Assessment Final ThoughtsIndex

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