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Transcript of Authentic Assessment
Authentic Text--by Native speakers, for Native speakers
Constructing meaning from written or oral discourse
Practical use! Integrated Performance Assessment American Council on The Teaching of Foreign Languages grant from US Department of Education in 1997
Assessment for National Standards 1999, 2006 What is Authentic Assessment? Real-world context
Measures true student ability
Expectation to use information
Basis for Integrated Performance Assessment Interpersonal Task Two-way exchange between peers
Oral or written
Negotiate meaning Presentational Task Formal communication--speaking or writing
Prompted--not read 3.4 Where I Am and Where I'm Going Thematic Unit Outline Integrated Performance Assessment Foreign Language Authentic Assessment From Single Skills to Combined Skills
Thematic based units with 3 areas of assessment
Interpretive, Interpersonal, Presentational reading an article
viewing a film clip Asking questions about class schedules
Discussing chores and hobbies Travel brochure using information from Authentic websites
Graphic organizer illustrating pen pal matches Works Cited Adair-Hauck, B., Gilsan, E. W., Koda, K., Swender, E. B., & Sandrock, P. (2006). The integrated performance assessment (IPA): Connecting assessment to instruction and learning. Foreign Language Annals, 39(3), 359-382.
Davin, K., Troyan, F. J., Donato, R., Hellman, A. (2011). Research on the integrated performance assessment in an early foreign language learning program. Foreign Language Annals, 44(4), 605-625.
Geeslin, K. L. (2003). Student self-assessment in the foreign language classroom: The place of authentic instruments in the Spanish-language classroom. Hispania, 86(4), 857-868.
Kim, Y. (2008). The effects of integrated language-based instruction in elementary ESL learning. The Modern Language Journal, 92(3), 431-451.
Koh, K. H., Tan, C., & Ng, P. T. (2012). Creating thinking schools through authentic assessment: The case in Singapore. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, 24, 135-149. What the Research Says... According to Koh et al., "Authentic assessment tasks emphasize knowledge construction, complex thinking, elaborated communication, collaboration and problem solving in authentic contexts, " (Koh et al., 2012).
IPA will create a "washback effect." According to Adair-Hauck et al., "The washback effect will impact instruction and can inform and improve the curriculum, teaching and learning practices beyond the test," (Adair-Hauck et al., 2006).
According to Davin et al., "Consistent findings show highest levels of performance on the interpersonal task," (Davin et al., 2011).