Assessing Achievement with the ELL in Mind

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About this course: In this course, you will learn how to design assessments around the needs of your ELL students and their language level. You will learn how to incorporate language and content requirements for both formative and summative assessment types. You will learn to assess your ELL students through the use of project and task-based assignments. You will learn to use and modify rubrics to align to and measure student achievement of your language and content learning objectives. The course will also briefly cover strategies for supporting ELL students during standardized testing. Upon completing this course, you will be able to: * Conceptualize theories of authentic assessment a…

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When you enroll for courses through Coursera you get to choose for a paid plan or for a free plan

  • Free plan: No certicification and/or audit only. You will have access to all course materials except graded items.
  • Paid plan: Commit to earning a Certificate—it's a trusted, shareable way to showcase your new skills.

About this course: In this course, you will learn how to design assessments around the needs of your ELL students and their language level. You will learn how to incorporate language and content requirements for both formative and summative assessment types. You will learn to assess your ELL students through the use of project and task-based assignments. You will learn to use and modify rubrics to align to and measure student achievement of your language and content learning objectives. The course will also briefly cover strategies for supporting ELL students during standardized testing. Upon completing this course, you will be able to: * Conceptualize theories of authentic assessment as they apply to second language learners * Design formative assessment types incorporating language and content objectives * Design summative assessment types incorporating language and content objectives * Incorporate project and task-based assignments as assessment tools for ELLs * Design rubrics that align to language and content objectives for your ELL(s) * Apply the use of rubrics, both language and content, to the work of your ELL(s). * Support your ELL(s) as they participate in standardized testing

Created by:  Arizona State University
  • Taught by:  Claire McLaughlin, Senior International Educator

    Arizona State University
  • Taught by:  Ellen Manos, Senior International Educator

    Arizona State University
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Syllabus


WEEK 1


Introduction to Authentic Assessment with the ELL in Mind



Welcome to week 1 of the course! The material presented in the lessons this week is key to understanding assessments and its impact on ELLs. By the end of this module, you will be able to identify the purpose of different types of assessment, identify key concepts in authentic assessment, understand the difficulties associated with assessing ELLs, review language and learning objectives within a lesson or unit plan for assessment purposes, apply techniques for authentic assessment design using specific questions as criteria. Let's get started!


10 videos, 4 readings, 4 practice quizzes expand


  1. Video: Introduction
  2. Video: The Purpose of Assessment
  3. Practice Quiz: Purpose of Assessment
  4. Reading: Bonus Video: Assessment of English Language Learners
  5. Video: Challenges of Assessment
  6. Video: Solutions for Assessment
  7. Practice Quiz: Challenges and Solutions to Assessing ELLs in the Content Classroom
  8. Reading: Bonus Reading: Assessing ELLs in the Mainstream Classroom
  9. Video: Language and Learning Objectives
  10. Video: Aligning Learning and Language Objective to Assessment
  11. Practice Quiz: Language & Learning Objectives and Assessment
  12. Video: Key Concepts in Authentic Assessment
  13. Video: Classroom Examples of Authentic Assessment
  14. Practice Quiz: Key Concepts of Authentic Assessment
  15. Reading: Bonus Reference: Authentic Assessment Toolbox
  16. Reading: Bonus Reading: Assessment Portfolios Including English Language Learners
  17. Video: Summary
  18. Video: Interview with Elizabeth Reilley

Graded: Module 1 Assessment

WEEK 2


Formative and Summative Assessment with the ELL in Mind



Welcome to week 2 of the course! The lessons this week focus a bit more specifically on the different types of assessment and how they uniquely impact our ELLs. We hope that you find some helpful strategies in the lessons provided. By the end of this module, you will be able to: identify purposes of formative and summative assessment types, employ a variety of formative assessments in the content classroom while keeping in mind ELL language acquisition, design plenary activities within the lesson plan as a means of formative assessment design summative assessments in the content classroom while keeping in mind ELL language acquisition, use “can-do” statements as a means of describing assessment criteria for language and content objectives. Let's get started!


10 videos, 6 readings, 3 practice quizzes expand


  1. Reading: Greetings!
  2. Video: Formative Assessment
  3. Video: Summative Assessment
  4. Practice Quiz: Formative & Summative Assessment
  5. Video: Key Features of Formative Assessment
  6. Video: Using Formative Language Assessment Every Day
  7. Practice Quiz: Formative Assessment in the Classroom
  8. Reading: Bonus Reading: Examples of Formative Assessment
  9. Video: Plenary Activities
  10. Reading: Lesson Plan Templates
  11. Video: Examples of Plenary Activities
  12. Practice Quiz: Plenary Activities
  13. Reading: Bonus Reading: Starters and Plenaries
  14. Reading: Bonus Reading: Another 50 Ideas for Plenaries
  15. Video: The Relationship Between Formative and Summative Assessment
  16. Video: Classroom Application: Assessment
  17. Reading: Bonus Video: Strategic Goals: Formative + Summative = Rigor
  18. Video: Summary
  19. Video: Interview with Laurie Johnson

Graded: Module 2 Assessment

WEEK 3


Alternative Assessments with the ELL in Mind



Welcome to week 3 of the course! This module will give you an opportunity to take a look at some of the ways that you can create and modify the assessments you use in your class. By the end of this module, you will be able to: use alternative assessment formats to best assess your ELL, create modified assessments to allow for content assessment of ELLs at any language level, use visual assessments for basic-level ELLs, apply a variety of support strategies for assessment, and assign appropriate grades for modified assessment. Let's get started!


10 videos, 6 readings, 3 practice quizzes expand


  1. Reading: Greetings!
  2. Video: Alternative Assessment: Portfolios
  3. Video: Alternative Assessment: Informal Assessment
  4. Practice Quiz: Alternative Assessment Types
  5. Reading: Bonus Reading: 5 Alternative Ways to Assess English Language Learners
  6. Video: Using Appropriate Modifications
  7. Video: Classroom Application: Modified Tasks
  8. Practice Quiz: Assessment Modifications for ELLs
  9. Reading: Bonus Reading: Alternative Assessments for English Language Learners in Math & Science
  10. Reading: Bonus Video: Interactive Math Journal Example
  11. Video: Considerations for Assessment Creation
  12. Video: Assessment Modifications: What NOT to do
  13. Practice Quiz: Assessment Considerations & Pitfalls
  14. Reading: Bonus Reading: Checklist for Classroom Modifications for ESL Students
  15. Video: Differentiated Scoring
  16. Video: Classroom Application: Rubric Grading Scenarios
  17. Reading: Bonus Reading: Differentiated Assessment
  18. Video: Summary
  19. Video: Interview with Taylor Miller

Graded: Module 3 Assessment

WEEK 4


Grading with the ELL in Mind



Welcome to week 4 of the course! This module covers the hot topic of grading and the many ways that ELLs are impacted by grading. By the end of this module, you will be able to use peer-and self-assessment strategies specified for your content classroom, design rubrics for peer-and self-assessment specified for your content classroom and/or lesson, design rubrics appropriate for assessment of content and necessary language objectives for your ELL, identify appropriate use of linguistic error correction in assessment. Let's get started!


10 videos, 7 readings, 3 practice quizzes expand


  1. Reading: Greetings!
  2. Video: Empowering through Peer and Self-Assessment
  3. Video: Peer and Self-Assessent Strategies
  4. Practice Quiz: Peer and Self Assessments
  5. Reading: Bonus Reading: Setting Clear Objectives and Providing Feedback on (ELLs') Students' Output
  6. Reading: Bonus Reading: How to Give Meaningful Feedback
  7. Video: Rubric Design for Learning and Language Objectives
  8. Video: Monitoring ELLs for Learning and Language Development
  9. Practice Quiz: Designing & Using Rubrics
  10. Reading: Bonus Reading: Exploring the Advantages of Rubrics
  11. Video: Error Correction: Implicit and Explicit Feedback
  12. Video: Effective Feedback for Error Correction in Writing
  13. Practice Quiz: Feedback and Error Correction
  14. Reading: Bonus Reading: Error Correction in the Second Language Classroom
  15. Reading: Bonus Reading: Giving Immediate Corrections to ESL's Spoken Errors
  16. Reading: Example Rubric
  17. Video: Classroom Application: Grading
  18. Video: Classroom Application: Rubric Grading Scenarios
  19. Video: Summary
  20. Video: Interview with Malissa Chavez-Thibault

Graded: Module 4 Assessment

WEEK 5


Project Based Assessment with the ELL in Mind



Welcome to week 5 of the course! We are excited to focus on project based assessment in this module and the many benefits it can have when assessing ELLs. By the end of this module, you will be able to: understand the impact of project and task-based learning and assessment, align project and task-based assessment to learning and language outcomes, design project and task-based assessments, use scaffolding strategies for project and task based assessment, use revision in project and task-based projects as a means of encouraging summative assessment grades. Let's get started!


10 videos, 8 readings, 4 practice quizzes expand


  1. Reading: Greetings!
  2. Video: Project Based Learning
  3. Video: Project Based Assessment
  4. Practice Quiz: Project Based Learning & Assessment
  5. Reading: Bonus Reading: What the Heck is Project-Based Learning?
  6. Reading: Bonus Video: Embedding Assessment Throughout the Project
  7. Video: Project Based Learning and Learning Outcomes
  8. Video: Project Based Learning and Language Objectives
  9. Practice Quiz: Aligning Project Based Learning to Outcomes
  10. Reading: Bonus Reading: How to Design Projects around Common Core Standards
  11. Video: Tip for Project Based Assessment Design
  12. Video: Classroom Application: Examples of Project Based Assessment
  13. Practice Quiz: Designing Problem Based Assessment
  14. Reading: Bonus Reading: Classroom Guide: Top Ten Tips for Assessing Project Based Learning
  15. Reading: Bonus Reading: My PBL Failure: 4 Tips to Planning Successful PBL
  16. Video: Scaffolding Project Based Assessment Design and Delivery
  17. Reading: Example Presentation Rubric
  18. Video: Rubric Design and Grading for Project Based Assessment
  19. Practice Quiz: Scaffolding with Problem Based Assessment
  20. Reading: Bonus Video: Supporting ELLs Through Project Based Learning
  21. Video: Summary
  22. Video: Interview with Jenny Young

Graded: Module 5 Assessment

WEEK 6


Assessment



Welcome to week 6! Congratulations and well done. It is now time to apply the many strategies for lesson planning with the ELL in mind to your own teaching context. By the end of this module, you will be able to synthesize course material, complete the final exam and complete the optional peer review. Good luck!


1 video, 2 readings expand


  1. Reading: Greetings!
  2. Video: Summary and Review
  3. Reading: Works Cited
  4. Peer Review: Assessment Adapted for ELLs

Graded: Final Assessment

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