TSL 565 Full Course Discussions GCU
TSL 565 Topic 1 DQ 1
Discuss an assessment issue affecting ELLs and how you would address these issues in your classroom.
TSL 565 Topic 1 DQ 2
Describe a standards-based language proficiency assessment that measures development and how you would use it to inform your instruction.
TSL 565 Topic 2 DQ 1
Name something that could be difficult about interpreting the results of a language proficiency assessment. What would help you overcome that difficulty in your teaching?
TSL 565 Topic 2 DQ 2
Provide an example of a formal standardized assessment from your reading or one that you have worked with. How effective is this assessment for ELL or bilingual/dual language learners?
TSL 565 Topic 3 DQ 1
Provide an example in which assessment data creatively informed instruction. How will this type of data inform your teaching?
TSL 565 Topic 3 DQ 2
After reviewing ELP assessment results of an ELL or bilingual/dual language learner, provide an example of how you would differentiate an activity to accommodate this particular student.
TSL 565 Topic 4 DQ 1
What are the major goals of authentic and alternative assessment? How could they (including online assessment tools, apps and devices) bring value to teaching and learning?
TSL 565 Topic 4 DQ 2
Provide an advantage and disadvantage of one form of authentic assessment from your observations or readings.
TSL 565 Topic 5 DQ 1
Provide an example of state accommodation applicable within an ELL or bilingual/dual language educational setting.
TSL 565 Topic 5 DQ 2
Provide examples of accommodations for ELL or bilingual/dual language learners in your state. Comment on the accommodations included by one of your classmates. How do these compare to the accommodations provided in your state.
TSL 565 Topic 6 DQ 1
What should be considered when making a rubric for an assignment?
TSL 565 Topic 6 DQ 2
Which step within the four steps utilized for creating rubrics for authentic assessment do you find the most challenging? How will you overcome this challenge in your teaching?