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A.M. - Australia said:
This unit covered the different ways of evaluating a student?s progress. The evaluation can be executed for example with the help of tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests. Tutorials: it is useful to spend some time at the end of the week and review the work done and see how well the students performed the different tasks. Evaluation by the students: with the help of questionnaires or guided discussions we can get information on how the students evaluate their course in terms of its structure. Thus, future lessons can be developed based on the students? reviews. Tests: At the beginning it is helpful to give students placement or diagnostic tests. The former one is for assisting the formation of groups of students at the same level. The latter one?s aim is to see what students do and do not know. There are periodic progress tests on the work covered which can be either a written test or a more informal group activity. With the help of practice tests the teacher can get to know how close the students are to the required standard. Achievement tests are internal tests given at the end of the course, whereas external examinations are not course related but are intended to measure proficiency in English at certain levels.