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Ch 18: ELL Assessment Issues

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Strengthen your preparations for an exam covering ELL assessment issues with help from us! Our entertaining lessons, mini quizzes and additional study resources can quickly boost your knowledge and ensure you're ready for your exam.

ELL Assessment Issues - Chapter Summary

Bite-sized lessons in this chapter offer in-depth analyses of different types of assessments used with English language learners. Get reacquainted with these assessments and refresh your knowledge of issues that can arise when using them. By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Outline common issues English language learners face when taking standardized and content-area assessments
  • Explain how language differences, testing bias and cultural bias can create assessment issues
  • Detail how assessments are evaluated to measure the academic achievement and oral language literacy of English language learners
  • Discuss accommodations that can be made when assessing English language learners

This chapter's lessons are available around-the-clock, enabling you to study whenever your schedule allows. Take advantage of mobile features that let you access the lessons using any computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. Accompanying each lesson is a multiple-choice quiz designed to gauge your comprehension of key concepts. For a broader review of this chapter, be sure to take our practice exam.

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