Assessment methods in the course on academic writing
|Assessment methods in the course on academic writing|
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|Keyword(s)||Assessment, Blended learning, Categories, English, Formal writing, Students, Wikipedia|
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The article focuses on the assessment of the productive skill of writing in the classes of academic writing at the Faculty of Informatics and Management of the University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic. Firstly, it briefly describes an optional, one-semestr course of academic writing and its specifics. Secondly, the article provides a definition of the assessment and its categories for the purpose of understanding different assessment practices. Thirdly, it lists the most common assessment methods used in the course with their benefits and drawbacks. Finally, students' evaluation of the course and reflections on their writing achievements are introduced.
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