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LINGUAFOLIO: MAKING THE CASE FOR PROFICIENCY

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  1. LINGUAFOLIO: MAKING THE CASE FOR PROFICIENCY

  2. I can follow a command, especially if someone uses gestures. This is one of my goals. I can do it with help. I can do it easily and well.

  3. WHY BOTHER? • Improve learning • Improve learners • Data-driven decision making • Accountability

  4. WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY QUIZ? NOTHING. IT’S YOUR QUIZ I WORRY ABOUT.

  5. EVERYBODY’S QUIZ • Works in any language • Works in any curriculum • Provides a common measuring stick • Helps us teach better • Helps students learn • Helps NFLC plead our case

  6. LINGUAFOLIOOUR QUIZ • Performance-based • Standards-based • Language-neutral • Curriculum-neutral • Curriculum-compatible

  7. Can you convince the jury?

  8. A GOOD ADVOCATE

  9. A GOOD REFEREE A GOOD ADVOCATE • FAIR • RESPONSIBLE • FOLLOWS RULES • IS HATED • SUPPORTS • ORGANIZES EVIDENCE • GIVES GOOD ADVICE

  10. LINGUAFOLIO STRUCTURE FOR ORGANIZING EVIDENCE - Biography: Qualitative record of reflections : Self-evaluation of can-do’s - Dossier: Evidence supporting self-evaluation - Passport: Summary of evidence including External assessments Biographical information Self assessments & evidence

  11. NOVICE HIGH

  12. PARENT AND CHILD CAN-DO’S

  13. OPEN ENDED CAN-DO’S

  14. How do I do it? • On Day 1, have students create a LinguaFolio Online account • Have students with prior knowledge check CanDo’s • Have all students log on at regular intervals(every other day)

  15. Support • Online tutorial for students • Email help • Phone help

  16. Suggestions • Mantra: LinguaFolio belongs to the learner • Use tech savvy students to help • Incorporate CanDo discussions into class • Be a good advocate

  17. PASSIONATE ARGUMENTS

  18. IDENTIFYING CAN DO GOALS • START WITH INTERPERSONAL • BE REALISTIC • SEPARATE “COVER” AND “CAN DO”

  19. Identifying CanDo targets Group 1: 50-100 hours Group 2: 100-150 hours Group 3: 150-200 hours Group 4: More than 200 hours Group 5: Heritage and advanced

  20. I can follow a command, especially if someone uses gestures. This is one of my goals. I can do it with help. I can do it easily and well.

  21. CARL FALSGRAFCASLSUNIVERSITY OF OREGONfalsgraf@uoregon.edu541-346-5715