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The Year of The Internet
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Link to the interactive pdf of the CEFR
More CEFR-based documents
(including an excellent pdf by CambridgeEsol from October 2011)
ENGLISH VOCABULARY PROFILE
R/P AND I/M
VERY HELPFUL INFO
Links to instructors' e-portfolios
Link to Linguanet, the best of the best
Links used by TVO Instructors 2006 - 2007
Links to pages for grades and classes 2008-2009
ONLINE RESEARCH - ENCYCLOPEDIA
Clip Art and More
European Day of Languages
Literature (dos and don'ts)
RRR (we don't do it)
Songs are for Singing
Stories for Kids
Quotes About Learning
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We're in the process of re-organizing this section, so bear with us.
One very important item (formerly under Lagniappes) is the ELT Menu, which should be put on all computers you expect to use. It's relatively easy to install, so just check the directions. Other bits of crucial information are included in the various files and folders. Please read everything here carefully.
TWO IMPORTANT NOTES
Recognition items on an exam should amount to 25-33% of the total points; more is NOT acceptable.
Free production (3 or more sentences in connected discourse) should amount to 25-33% of the total points; more is possible, and oftentimes required.
Controlled production (with various degrees of constraint) needs to amount to roughly 33 to 50%.
"Normal" language activities [ = reading, writing, listening (and speaking) = things regular people do when their language teachers are not looking] should account for
67 - 75% of the total points.
Vocabulary and grammar [together referred to as "usage"] should under no circumstances account for more that 33% of the total points; 25% is much preferred.
MOST RECENT INFO ON POINTS AND GRADING:
Process and Products
WORKSHEET PRODUCTION FORM.doc
TEST PRODUCTION FORM.doc
ALL THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT VERB STORIES
CREATIING AND GRADING VERB STORIES.pdf
Formative Spoken Production, Rubric for Self-Assessment
and guidelines for using it
BASIC SUMMATIVE WRITING RUBRIC.doc
OLDER, less useful!
NEW AND IMPROVED -- SUMMATIVE WRITING (WITH TEETH); see also the extended formative above.
most recent BASIC SUMMATIVE WRITING RUBRIC.docx
speaking rubric 4-5.doc
About Drama in German as a FL
CEFR Speaking Assessment
ELP Assessment Grid (English)
RP_IM and Exams
(ELT menu template as of November 10, 2009)
ELT Menu Read Me
Some Tips for Using the ELT Menu
Older versions -- can be used in a pinch if you're stuck at home on a Mac -- be careful about the dates.
Cut and Paste Template
Directions for Installing the menu yourself, if it should go missing.
Multiple Intelligences Theory
New and Improved
Certi-Lingua Projektbeschreibung (Englisch)
Peer Observation Guidelines and Recommendations
Observation Talking Points
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SAMPLES OF USEFUL FORMATS FOR PRACTICE, APPPLICATION, AND TESTING
more verb stories.doc
simple verb dialogue story.doc
and more matching
and even more matching
Recognition = Multiple Choice for Usage
(levels are VERY approximate)
a2 mc usage.doc
Performance Assignment Guidelines Papers
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