|EXIT CRITERIA ASSESSMENT||ESOL|
When a student is ready to leave your ESOL class, s/he should be able to demonstrate most of the following tasks at a level you consider satisfactory. At the conclusion of the program, plan to focus on the following assessment activities in your class time. Share with the students what you will be doing and why. Make them partners in the process. When you evaluate all tasks, explain to students why a task was satisfactory or unsatisfactory.
Learners should be able to:
1. Write, say, and spell name, address, telephone number, social security number, place and date of birth, age, sex, and marital status.
2. Hear, write, and say cardinal numbers, ordinal numbers, money, and prices.
3. Say, spell, and write teacher's name, room number, school name and address, school telephone number, class level, program name, and employer information. Fill in vital information on a wallet card. Call and say reason for absence.
4. Respond appropriately to classroom commands.
5. Use appropriate language of clarification to get someone's attention, indicate lack of understanding, indicate understanding and correct an error.
6. Hear, say, and write days of the week, months, years, and dates. Use a calendar. Answer questions about the calendar.
7. Use appropriate language of time to ask the time, tell time, and respond to questions about daily routine. Listen for time and write it on a clock.
8. Name seasons and relate weather to seasons.
9. Socialize with appropriate verbal and non- verbal behavior: greet someone and make small talk, introduce self or someone else, end a conversation and say good-bye.
10. Hear, repeat, follow, and give oral directions to get around a building, a neighborhood, and the city. Use a map to plan travel by public transportation or by car.
11. Identify the parts of the body. Respond appropriately to medical commands.
12. Describe symptoms of illness.
13. Respond to May I help you? when shopping. Ask for food, clothing, and household items by size and quantity.
14. Use the telephone to make an emergency call to report a fire, crime, or medical emergency.
15. Describe and report common housing problems.
16. Ask for help: verbalize problem, explain the circumstances, and list possible actions.
|Back||Table of Contents||Next|