2. How do I know I did well?

Step 1

Let’s go back to the before-during-after approach. The first step is to use what you already know and predict what the language sample might be about. The last step of the process is to think about how you did. How would you know that your predictions were correct? What would tell you that you were correct? Take a few minutes to take some notes.

 

before-during-after approach: Activate your knowledge before you start; Make predictions; Be active while you read or listen; Was my expectation correct?

Step 2

Listen to a conversation between Stephanie and Iwona. Take your time and use the before-during-after approach we learned about last week.

Step 3

Study the presentation. Think about all the self-assessment strategies mentioned in the presentation. How many do you use? How many will you try tomorrow?

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