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Portfolio Assessment and Self-Regulation

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Show Notes
Problem: backwash effect: how assessment can influence instruction
Readings in Methodology: A collection of articles on the teaching of English as a foreign language (2006) (pp. .

What is portfolio writing assessement
Self-regulation through portfolio assessment in writing classrooms
Relationship between PA and the four phases of self-regulation (Figure 1, p. 5).
Phase I: instruction and scaffolding
Phase II: self-assessment, peer assessment, teacher feedback (first draft)
Phase III: Teacher feedback (second-final draft) – cycles back to phase I
Phase IV: error log and reflection; publish to eportfolio (decision-making process)

     4. Participatory Call to Action: How do you incorporate portfolio assessment in your current teaching practice?

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