Teaching Languages | Assessment for Teaching & Learning| Week Two

In this video, we talk about some quick ways to assess progress for teaching languages and learning them, too.
This week, we offer some tips to assess your language skills.

What can you do?

An activity

Write down a set of words. These will be words that will be chunked in context to all centered around a specific task. Write them down in your target language in a column, and then in the next column, you’re going to write down their equivalents in your native language. Then you study.

Fold the paper over, and you write it down again in the target language. Unless you’ve mastered it, you’re going to have to go back and study again, and you keep doing these columns until you’ve mastered this set of words.

Fluency Writing

The path to fluency

Visual prompt

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