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【CCL资料】CCL Education 教育背景知识音频资料(二:NAPLAN)

Updated: Oct 20, 2019

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今天小柠檬接着带大家来学习另一个CCL对话的重要主题:

Education 教育

 NAPLAN 澳洲中学全国评估测试

小柠檬贴心地为大家附上了如何正确打开资料的方式:

1. 看文本,记录education细分话题相关规定及细节(不要忘记数字噢!);

2. 听音频:音频由口音纯正的老师亲自录制,重点抓取文本里中英双译的key words,记录单词并积累单词。

*本段英文音频及文本资料加入了更多关于assurance of support的信息。

 

英文文本:

1. introduction:

The National Assessment Program is run at the direction of the Education Council (previously known as SCSEEC). It includes the National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN), the three-yearly sample assessments in science literacy, civics and citizenship, and information and communication technology (ICT) literacy, and participation in international sample assessments.The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) is the independent statutory authority responsible for the overall management of the Australian National Assessment Program, in collaboration with representatives from all states and territories and non-government school sectors.


NAPLAN is an annual assessment for all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. It tests the types of skills that are essential for every child to progress through school and life. The tests cover skills in reading, writing, spelling, grammar and punctuation, and numeracy. The assessments are undertaken every year in the second full week in May.


2. More about the tests:

NAPLAN tests skills in literacy and numeracy that are developed over time through the school curriculum. Excessive test preparation using previous tests is not necessary or useful.


NAPLAN tests identify whether all students have the literacy and numeracy skills that provide the critical foundation for their learning, and for their productive and rewarding participation in the community. Students are assessed using common national tests in reading, writing, language conventions (spelling, grammar and punctuation) and numeracy.


NAPLAN tests broadly reflect important aspects of literacy and numeracy in the Australian Curriculum adopted by each state or territory. 


3. Skills tested:


1) reading:

These tests focus on the reading of written English. Knowledge and interpretation of language conventions in context are also an important part of reading and are drawn upon in many reading questions.

In the tests, students are provided with a magazine containing a range of texts that illustrate different writing styles. Students read the texts provided then answer related questions in a separate booklet.


2) writing:

The three main text types (previously called genres) that are taught are imaginative writing (including narrative writing), informative writing and persuasive writing. In the writing tests, students are provided with a ‘writing stimulus’ (sometimes called a prompt – an idea or topic) and asked to write a response in a particular text type. To date the text types that students have been tested on are narrative writing and persuasive writing. Informative writing is not yet tested by NAPLAN.


3) numeracy:

The main reference for numeracy as well as mathematical knowledge, skills and understanding is the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. The numeracy tests assess the proficiency strands of understanding, fluency, problem-solving and reasoning across the three content strands of mathematics: number and algebra; measurement and geometry; and statistics and probability.The paper numeracy tests contain two types of items: multiple-choice and constructed response. The online numeracy tests contain multiple-choice and constructed response items as well as technologically-enhanced items. 


4) language conventions:

The language conventions tests assess spelling, grammar and punctuation. Literacy knowledge and skills are essential to effective communication across all learning areas. However, the tools of language, including language conventions, are explicitly developed in the English learning area. Therefore the content assessed in the language conventions tests is aligned to the Australian Curriculum: English.The language conventions tests focus on the use and knowledge of language conventions in written standard Australian English. These skills are essential to the development of reading and writing. The content of the language conventions tests particularly complements the writing tests where spelling, grammar and punctuation are explicitly assessed in context. However, students’ understanding of language conventions is also necessary for reading.

Available at: https://www.nap.edu.au/

 


音频

https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/_jWZpQeP8hOGird8KMghDg


中文文本:

1. 介绍:

澳洲全国评估计划-读写和计算能力测试 (NAPLAN) 是 一项针对所有学生未来学习和生活所需的读写和计算能力的测试。三年级、五年级、七年级和九年级的学生需参加年度全国性测试,这包括:阅读、写作、语言规范 (拼写、语 法、以及标点符号) 和计算能力。 

测试可让家长和学校了解每个学生在测试时的表现。NAPLAN 测试仅是学校评估和报告流程的一个方面;这项测试不能取代教师针对学生的表现所提供的详尽、持续性的考评,NAPLAN 测试也可为学校、州和领地提供关于教学计划的执行效力,以及澳大利亚的年轻一代是否可以达到读写和计算能力的重点教学要求。


2. NAPLAN成绩用途及测试时间表/科目示意图:

学生和家长可以利用个人测试成绩与教师讨论学习进展。 

• 老师可以更好地区分需要进一步激发的学生和需要更多支持的学生。

• 学校可以利用测试结果来辨别课程的优势与劣势,并为读写和计算确立目标。

• 学校系统可以利用测试成绩来审查课程和学校的支援。




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并希望同学们把笔果CCL的

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