Performance-Based Assessment

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Performance-Based Assessment by Mind Map: Performance-Based Assessment

1. Student Assessment

2. It is usually designed to approach students with both summative and formative feedback that would allow them to improve until they are ready to perform a task

3. Performance-Based Assessment

4. They aim to develop skills and abilities that are required to do a task in a real-world situation.

5. They evaluate how students use the language and their performance in real-world environments rather that testing language knowledge

6. Performance-Based Criteria

7. They provide a view of how rating scales to describe and judge what ss can do and to what point they deliever any task.

8. Testing Tools

9. Qualitative: to assessthe experience of the learners and their skills. Quantitative: to assess language progress of language outcomes

10. Language vs Performance

11. People who is infornt a class, must be aware on the purposes for learning. If accuracy is important, assessments should include specific criteria. However, If the main goal is just communication without taking care of the language, then assessing language may be optional.

12. Performance-Based Assesment with Technology

13. Technology may serve to help language learning because of the technological sources taking into account to analyze the needs that may face this process.

14. They may limit some skills to be assessed. Technology have to help conventional learning to change the way of learning to a more creative and easy one.

15. Tools and technologies for performance-based Assessment

16. Tex-Based CMC techbologies

17. These sited provide opportunities for performance-based develpment of productive skills

18. Audio and Video CMC

19. To provide practice in receptive skills (listening) in real activities

20. Virtual Environments

21. Virtual places that would allow students some sort of immersion in real-life tasks that imply language use.