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OP 27. Evaluating Writing: Linking Large-Scale Testing and Classroom Assessment

By Sarah Warshauer Freedman

Summary: Freedman focuses on two currently distinct kinds of writing evaluation: large-scale testing at the national, state, district, or school level; and classroom assessment by teachers looking at the writing of their own students. To help bridge the wide gap between teachers of writing and the testing and measurement community, Freedman describes several portfolio assessment programs that offer potential models for ways to strengthen both large-scale evaluation and classroom instruction. May, 1991; 20 pages.

OP 27. Evaluating Writing: Linking Large-Scale Testing and Classroom Assessment
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