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1 L2 program design Content, structure, evaluation

2 Contents: Subject matter of L2 instruction Subject matter of L2 instruction Course structure Course structure Program evaluation Program evaluation

3 Subject matter – A: units of SA Vocabulary and topics Vocabulary and topics Grammar and sentence structures Grammar and sentence structures Phrases and pronunciation Phrases and pronunciation Functions and notions Functions and notions Tasks and meaning Tasks and meaning Actions and self-reflection Actions and self-reflection

4 Subject matter – B: factors Mandate Mandate Classroom setting Classroom setting Conditions and constraints Conditions and constraints Proficiency level Proficiency level Stakeholders’ interests and attitudes Stakeholders’ interests and attitudes

5 Course structure – A: components Syllabus Syllabus Materials Materials Methodology Methodology Language assessment Language assessment Program evaluation Program evaluation

6 Course structure – B: duties Teaching Teaching Learning Learning Assessment Assessment Evaluation Evaluation Syllabus Syllabus Materials writing Materials writing

7 Evaluation – A: purposes Gate keeping Gate keeping Summative Summative Formative Formative Formal Formal Predictive Predictive Facilitative Facilitative Competition Competition

8 Evaluation B: formats Norm-referenced Norm-referenced Criterion-referenced Criterion-referenced Self-referenced Self-referenced Dynamic assessment Dynamic assessment

9 Evaluation C: factors Test validity Test validity Score reliability Score reliability Test feasibility Test feasibility

10 Evaluation D: terminology Evaluation / Assessment Evaluation / Assessment Measurement Measurement Test Test Goals vs. Abilities / Constructs Goals vs. Abilities / Constructs

11 Evaluation E: test construction Context Context Mandate Mandate Knowledge or skills selection Knowledge or skills selection Spec writing Spec writing Item writing Item writing Assemble test Assemble test Finalize, operationalize, measure Finalize, operationalize, measure

12 Specs General description General description Prompt attribute Prompt attribute Response attribute Response attribute Sample item Sample item

13 Contents: Subject matter Subject matter Structure Structure Evaluation Evaluation

14 QUESTIONS

15 Final exam: Grading criteria The highest score is 100 pts. = (50 pts for question pts for question 2) The highest score is 100 pts. = (50 pts for question pts for question 2) Your answer to each question should consist of two reasons (25 pts each) Your answer to each question should consist of two reasons (25 pts each) You’ll lose 5 pts on each fallacy (logical mistake) in your reasoning. You’ll lose 5 pts on each fallacy (logical mistake) in your reasoning. Tip: do not appeal to morals or emotions. Stick with the reason only. Use notions discussed in the lectures. Tip: do not appeal to morals or emotions. Stick with the reason only. Use notions discussed in the lectures.


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