I am Canadian!
And in my province, we are encouraged to make consistent use of anecdotal assessment when we are evaluating our children in Writing, Oral Communication (Speaking), Reading and Listening.
Teaching French Immersion this past year, I found I had a hard time keeping up with my anecdotal assessments, so I made this, which I nicknamed 'WORLD' Assessment - although yes, I know, I'm missing the D.
This is a useful tool for French teachers to quickly and easily jot down their thoughts on a student's work, and can be used for presentations, reading or writing or listening assignments, individual work, and so on. Sky's the limit.
As far as I am aware, the term 'World' is not copyrighted.
Use however you would; I use checkmarks on the L to H (Low to High) scale, circle a Level 1 to 4 (equivalent of D through A in letter grades), and jot down any thoughts I have in the comments section.
Stand by for a version of this for English, and one with letter grades instead of numerical ones. For my American viewers, I will only hope that this is somehow useful to you as well.
Courtesy of The Mister Kyle.
by Kyle McGiverin
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