About the handbook

The handbook for teachers is designed to assist in the assessment of reading and writing in the primary language classroom.

About the handbook

The handbook for teachers is designed to assist in the assessment of reading and writing in the primary language classroom.

What is its added value?

  • The handbook and website offer teachers material and guidelines for the assessment of their pupils‘ writing and storybook reading;
  • In the case of writing, the assessment is linked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, adapted for this age group.

Chapters of the handbook

  1. Introduction
    1. What is AYLLIT?
    2. Who is AYLLIT for?
    3. What was the reason for AYLLIT?
    4. Why the link with the CEFR?
    5. Who has participated and what has been done?
  2. The assessment of young learners (YL) writing
    1. The assessment of YL literacy
    2. Writing in the upper primary school 
    3. The assessment of writing: teachers’ needs 
    4. The development of material and methods in the project 
    5. Using the material and methods in the classroom 
    6. Giving workshops in assessing writing
  3. Assessment of YL reading
    1. Reading in the upper primary school 
    2. The assessment of reading: teachers’ needs 
    3. Development of material and methods in the project 
    4. Using the material and methods in the classroom 
  4. Conclusion

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What is its added value?

  • The handbook and website offer teachers material and guidelines for the assessment of their pupils‘ writing and storybook reading;
  • In the case of writing, the assessment is linked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, adapted for this age group.

Chapters of the handbook

  1. Introduction
    1. What is AYLLIT?
    2. Who is AYLLIT for?
    3. What was the reason for AYLLIT?
    4. Why the link with the CEFR?
    5. Who has participated and what has been done?
  2. The assessment of young learners (YL) writing
    1. The assessment of YL literacy
    2. Writing in the upper primary school 
    3. The assessment of writing: teachers’ needs 
    4. The development of material and methods in the project 
    5. Using the material and methods in the classroom 
    6. Giving workshops in assessing writing
  3. Assessment of YL reading
    1. Reading in the upper primary school 
    2. The assessment of reading: teachers’ needs 
    3. Development of material and methods in the project 
    4. Using the material and methods in the classroom 
  4. Conclusion

 Download the book here

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