Teaching assistant can explain what to do if children can’t read a word, or don’t understand a word: They should teach them to break words down, look for little words inside big words, look for base or root words, prefixes, or suffixes etc; to keep reading or rereading to see if they can get a sense of the definition from the text. Explaining and clarifying should lead to better understanding and gaining confidence in order to better literacy
I see things that i struggle with such as organization, and better connection quotes. Seeing my writing progress lets me see my mistakes after it has been graded. It lets me know the main things i need to focus on. My strengths as a reader is my ability to gather great ideas and fitting them in my own words. I’m good at focusing on the main point when i 'm writing.
In the contemporary perspective, formative assessment feedback is used to improve learning and performance by correcting what is wrong and to encourage pointing out things a student had not discerned. This is to say that formative assessment intended to contribute to learning by integrating a feedback cycle regarding the students’ current performance. This requires summative assessment, the judgment of a students’ mastery of content against a criteria or standard at a certain point to take place prior to feedback being able to be given. This, therefore, causes a summative assessment to be necessary to all assessments since judgment according to standards or criteria is needed to occur so feedback on how knowledge or work can be improved is required. This interdependency allows for many assessments to be both simultaneously formative and summative in nature.
They also have their strengths and weaknesses. Writing takes skills that must be learned over time. For any writer, knowing their strengths and weaknesses is important. While multiple weaknesses can weaken the paper quality. Certain strengths can help individuals stand out.
Punctuation is still a work in progress. My peer editors find many misplaced or forgotten commas. I will continue to use my peers as a resource to help eliminate these errors until I have a better understanding of how they are used. When reading aloud It is often hard for me to tell if a comma is misplaced or not. Writing in my discipline will require me to have a complete understanding of APA, which I learned how to do in this course.
In doing so, teachers give some suggestions by providing general clues regarding the location and nature or type of an error such as an underline, a circle, a code, a mark, or a highlight on the error, and ask the students to correct the error themselves (Lee, 2008; O’Sullivan & Chambers, 2006). For
The next aspect of the grading debate that is important to discuss is what exactly the purposes of grading are. One of the purposes is that it allows teachers to provide feedback that may be useful to their students. There are two types of feedback when it comes to grading: the first is known as evaluative feedback, which is in the form of a letter grade that critiques the work of the student; the second type of feedback is called descriptive, which offers information about the way in which a student can become more knowledgeable. In their article, Schinske and Tanner reference a study that compared the effects of evaluative feedback, descriptive feedback, and no feedback in regard to how students performed on problem-solving tasks. The study
The content: knowledge skills and attitude we want children to learn; differentiating content requires that students are pretested so the teacher can identify the students who do not require direct instruction. The process: varying learning activities / strategies to provide appropriate methods for students to explore the concepts; important to give students alternative paths to manipulate the ideas embedded within the concept (different grouping methods, graphic organizers, maps, diagrams, or charts) (Thwaites 2017) in class power point presentation. The product :varying the complexity of the product that students create to demonstrate mastery of the concepts; students below grade level may have different performance expectations than students
For finding target needs in the target situation, present situation analysis will provide guidelines in finding where the present courses are lacking. Second the professional already working in the target situation who uses the language in the target situation. The identification of responsibilities of professional workers of the target situation is real needs. The tasks and duties to be performed in the target language is the next important step in designing syllabus since the responsibilities of the professional workers in the target situation are used as a basis in course design. In this steps, it is necessary to (a) study in-depth each of the situations in which they would need to use English; (b) clarify the learners ' communicative purposes by analyzing the activities and roles they would be performing in English; and (c) determine the level of
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING Introduction Language is the key to the world of communication while term signifies things, sentences are expressions of truth and falsity and relevant to this statement, the proper or the correct usage things mentioned above are use in constructing and correcting grammar. Aside from this thought, a well-constructed sentences is composed of words that creates meaning or gives thought intended for the reader or the listener. This body of words that are purposively will form and use in a particular language is called vocabulary. The Vocabulary is one of the key elements in learning a foreign language and to always cause the students difficulties. David Wilkins once quoted that the importance of learning vocabulary that says: “without grammar, very little can be conveyed, without vocabulary nothing can be conveyed”.