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Spring Online Learning Event

Formative Assessment

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in the Modern Foreign Languages Classroom

A student-centred approach involves assessment as part of the learning process.

Assessment in junior cycle MFL will optimise the opportunity for students to become reflective and active participants in their learning and for teachers to support this. This rests upon the provision for learners of
opportunities to negotiate success criteria against which the quality of their work can be judged by peer, self, and teacher assessment; and upon the quality of the focused feedback they get in support of their learning.
(MFL Specification, p. 18)

in the Modern Foreign Languages classroom

Formative Assessment

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Contributions from Chiara and Louise

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Assessment in junior cycle MFL will optimise the opportunity for students to become reflective and active participants in their learning and for teachers to support this. This rests upon the provision for learners of
opportunities to negotiate success criteria against which the quality of their work can be judged by peer, self, and teacher assessment; and upon the quality of the focused feedback they get in support of their learning.
(MFL Specification, p. 18)

Formative Assessment in Our MFL Classroom

Breakout Room
Discuss:
  • what strategies you use to foster formative assessment in your planning and in your classroom;
  • how you encourage students to make judgements on their work and each other's and what you do with the information gathered;
  • approaches that can move student learning forward.

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Formative Assessment in Our MFL Classroom

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