Evaluation and Testing of Students - Placement Tests

 

This video is part of our video series on "Evaluation and Testing of Students". In this video, we look at placement tests. This type of test is also referred to as a level test. Its goal is to find out the current level of the student tested. A placement test generally tests all four skills (reading, listening, writing and speaking) and progresses from easy to hard questions.


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This unit four looks at the forms positive, negatives and question. Grammatical constructions and fundamental rules regarding how grammar points are made. The usages. How and under what circumstances the tense or grammar is used . The typical errors and the active stage ideas. Activities that will encourage communicative use of tense and grammar points.This unit describes some of the common external exams that will require students' preparation, which means that I, as a teacher, should be aware of them. The unit also looks at different ways of evaluating students' level and progress, for example, it introduces such importants tests as: placement test, diagnostic test, progress test, and practice test.


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