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Types of Literacy Assessment MatrixTypes of Literacy Assessment MatrixSIDY H BAGrand Canyon University: SEC-54006/10/2020Types of Literacy Assessment Matrix1
Types of Literacy Assessment MatrixAssessments must try to comprehend a student's improvement in both constrained and unconstrained skills, regardless of whether constrained skills are simpler to test (Paris, 2010). Is our duty as a teacher, to understand the important of the assessment and know how to use the information they provide to inform future decisions from administrators to board members and even students to parents.Formal and Informal AssessmentsTests or tests focus attention on competition among students. Students are taking part in progressively self-assessments, where they are instructed about the tools expected to look at and assess their own performance. We as teachers, have to ensure that our content that we show on the test lines up with what we are teaching to our students. Just to avoid misuse during execution. Think-Pair-Share allow teachers to give studentstime to think about a question or a situation. We have to give our student the time to think actively but alone, we can ask our students also to write down their thought, and where they’re done, we can regroup them in group of four students. They can discuss whatever they came up with. This is a great interactive opportunity for students to hear from their peers. A teacher has to walk around the room, just overhear what people are saying. Finally, we have each group to report out their thought. That way, it will let the teacher bring to light any specific comments that we overheard during the pair section. We can bring it up to the whole class, because it can be a great opportunity or observations the students make within the pair to avoid misuse misses out.