Name: Dinh Quang Doan
THE EFFECTS OF ORAL ASSESSMENT ON TEACHING AND
LEARNING ENGLISH IN SCHOOLS IN HO CHI MINH CITY
1. Many Vietnamese students who have learnt English in schools for seven years and three years in colleges or universities could not apply English to communicate in simple situations. It is as the result of what we assess the students’ achievement through written tests, and multiple-choice tests. Moreover, the MOET has a tendency to apply multiple-choice tests to assess the achievement of students for majority of subjects in schools as well as colleges and universities. Therefore, my research will address to the research question: “To what extent does oral assessment influence on teaching and learning English?” 2. The three main concepts in this research are oral assessment, attitudes and communicative competence. 1. Oral Assessment
a. Nominal definition: Oral assessment is the way of evaluating speaking and communicating skills of language learners. b. Operational definition: Oral assessment can be conducted throughout activities that the language learner participates and performs orally or by oral tests at the end of each semester. 2. Communicative competence
a. Nominal definition: Communicative competence is a linguistic term which refers to a learner's L2 ability. It not only refers to a learner's ability to apply and use grammatical rules, but also to form correct utterances, and know how to use these utterances appropriately. b. Operational definition: Communicative competence is measured by teachers or peers about learner's ability to apply and use grammatical rules, but also to form correct utterances, and know how to use these utterances appropriately during activities in class or oral tests. 3. . Attitude
a. Nominal definition: Attitude is a person's perspective toward a specified target. b. Operational definition: attitude toward teaching and learning can be measured by...
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