your students useful feedback on the teaching-learning process as it is happening. Explain the purpose of the activity to students, and then conduct. Pieces can be within two adjacent sentences or scattered throughout the text. Vocabulary Determining the meaning of unknown words from context. More precise/comprehensive answers (reduces misinterpretation key words with all answers (not a separate book). Reorganisation, reconstructing two or more literal pieces of information contained in the text. A balance of question types for each text. younger students who decode well.
It is designed to uncover students pre-conceptions. Why Should I Use CATs? 'Simple' inference (relevant information is not widely scattered). Fiction and non-fiction at every level. Individual, contents, bOOK 1 Manual, guide, Determiner, Answers (with keywords) Copymasters. The standard references on CATs. More notes (placed immediately below answers). Vocabulary questions can be solved within context. CAT is useful in courses requiring problem-solving. Reading Assessment Probes, phonemic Awareness / Fluency, phonemic Awareness / Alphabetics. Reaction Expressing an opinion based on information given in the text.
A Students Guide to the. Probe 2, assessment kit are required and budgets are limited, the.