Connecting can-dos to assessments

By Helen Small
Curriculum Coordinator

Most teachers understand the use of Can-Do statements as daily learning targets or for the purpose of student self-assessment as quick exit slips or in connection to the Portfolio. They are written in student-friendly language; represent short-term, achievable goals; and relate to real-world communicative tasks. In this post I’d like to explore the direct connection between Can-Do statements and the formative assessments in our EntreCultures and EntreCulturas French and Spanish series.

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