In our last seminar session we were talking about spoken interaction and we analyzed several practical speaking activities for our classroom purposes.  Today we will focus on assessing spoken interaction and, above all, we will suggest the use of some tools to assess peer work.
Peer assessment can be a useful tool in evaluating learning and is particularly important in CLIL  because  it involves asking learners to use assessment criteria to assess each other’s work. As for teachers,  it also changes the way they work since it leads them to spend more time on defining clear assessment criteria, and less time on marking work that is not up to standard.
Therefore, we will focus our seminar session today on peer assessment tools that can be helpful in our CLIL classes.

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