The kids who are taking the test have a small amount of time to do a ton of work. With these stress markings it can lead kids to give inaccurate test results or become uninterested in the test all together. Quinn also states: "Because standardized tests determine which classes her students will get into in middle school, Neely-Randall realizes she has to put her objections to the side and prepare them as best she can. She tried to show them a practice PARCC exam, but when she asked her students to write down what they thought about the test, one student wrote, “I feel like we have to take all these tests and if I pass the tests I live and if I don’t, I die.” This was extremely alarming for Neely-Randall. “I was horrified.
Troughout this essay I´m gonna talk about some of the problems that teachers cause in schools and people do not do anything to stop them and that it is possible that students can also evaluate teachers in a way that they do with us, teachers should be an example for the students and someones are just the opposite there are teachers who are corrupt and who are only in a position on a school because they have friends on the gobernment or the principal is his friend and they do not have enough preparation or patience to deal with people and less in adolescence or pre-adolescence,I think it is an obligation of the teacher to prepare formally to be in front of a classroom, they must be evaluated psychologically, from their character, way of being,
The teacher should be fair and accurate. The disadvantage of this technique is that students might be discouraged as they don 't have enough chance to correct themselves. Students might fail to encourage the self-confidence of the students. It also produces a teacher-centered classroom. Teacher should take into account the feelings of his students.
Richard J Stiggins (1987) stated that “Performance assessments are valuable tools for measuring communication skills such as reading, writing, speaking and listening” (p.34). This assessment is more valid compare to other method of assessment because it’s requires students to demonstrate what they know. Performance assessment is the direct observation. Teacher can observe their students during assessment whether they can perform a task or not. Students are
On the other hand, errors occur due to lack of knowledge. Therefore, mistakes might be corrected by the students, whereas, the students will not be able to correct the errors due to insufficiency or incompetence. Some researchers claim that correcting errors is feedback and give information about their performance, increase motivation and build a supportive classroom climate. Although, correction is seen as a vital part of teacher 's role and it helps the leraner to induce or figure out the right form of a rule, it is important to have a look at whether the students like to be corrected or not. Some researches have showed that most students do want their mistakes to be corrected since it is necessary for their improvement.
As they are students, mentioned in the previous paragraph, the workers at Great Clips are learning. So, they have a teacher in one ear, and a customer in another. This complicates things, because if a student is not understanding what a customer wants, they could interpret it to mean something different from what it actually is. So, where they might be doing the right thing for what they interpreted, they are actually doing something completely different than what the customer wants. If, on another hand, the teacher is nearby and the student has made a mistake in their interpretation, the teacher can defend the student and their position because of the job being done correctly, despite it not being what the customer wanted.
As society evolves, people often ask themselves how good or bad a teacher could be or even what do students think about their performance. In order to figure this out, they would most likely allude to student evaluations about teachers. This might sound like a good source of information, however, student evaluations are not always trustworthy and reliable because students could be biased when giving their opinions, it could cause constructive criticism between the student and teacher, and they could sometimes not correlate with valid, teacher performance evaluations. Those are only a few of the many reasons why student evaluations are not worthy of reading. To start off, student evaluations are not always trustworthy and reliable because students
These are the skills that are mostly needed in task-based learning. However, the most commonly used assessment approach with adolescents in schools is summative assessment. According to Djihadi (2010), It is used to determine the overall performance at the end of the program and also to demonstrate the progress of students to external stakeholders. However, its disadvantage is that it involves a one-off examination which may not show the real ability of students due to, among other issues, nervousness which may result in failure to perform well. Another disadvantages, which is also my personal experience, is that students study and learn for the purpose of passing the exam rather than for knowing the content of the language and this makes them forget what they learnt immediately after the examination.
A problem faced by educators is the disengagement of students on their academic life (Covell, McNeil & Howe, 2009). There are reported students who totally disconnect with their studies that resulted to poor academic performance or failure (Parsons & Taylor, 2011). One of most educators’ objectives is for their students to engage in their studies, which leads to the success of their academic experience (Butler-Kisber & Portelli, 2003). Hence, educators seek to foster learning and support students to attain their academic goals. Apparently, educators are finding ways and hoping for their students to become successful learners.
According to the English core competence of Curriculum 2013, learning English aims to enable students to use English in the written and spoken communication. Therefore, the learning process purposes to get students understand about English text in terms of the language function and the usage. Speaking is one of important skills because it requires us when we wants to convey the messages we try to communicate. Richard (2008: