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    Resolve: A national standardized test is a good measurement of high school student ability and school quality. Introduction: Academic tests can’t provide valueable measurements of students’ and schools’ comprehensive abilities. Outline I. Temperory Skills vs. Life Skills A. Most of the skills are temperory skills‚ a lot of people don’t need these skills for lifelong. B. Some teachers hold the idea “ teach to the test”‚ just care about students’ grades rather than teaching them some learning

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    talks about standardized testing in general and if whether or not teachers as well as students should be evaluated solely by their performances on these tests. It also contains some useful statistics about tests scores. I can use the information from this source in the introduction. This would be useful in the introduction because it is just an overview of different viewpoint on the topic. I can also give some background info about my topic in this way. Walberg‚ Herbert J. "Standardized Tests Effectively

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    Once students come into the school system teachers and peers start talking about standardized tests‚ such as the ACT the Iowa Test of Basic Skills. Often people describe these tests as being essential for high future standing or essential in order to ensure a spot in a decent college. This extreme emphasis on the importance of these standardized tests leads‚ both students and teachers to fail in and out of the classroom. Stress is abundant in schools‚ and as Marian Wilde states‚ It is no wonder

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    The standardized test was great it was not that bad I was thinking about how wold I do in this standardized test. For me I consider both bad and good test taker because sometimes the test can be a little bit hard to pass and long to take but not all the time sometimes it is not that hard to take the standardized was kind of hard and also long to take but that did not make me feel bad. For a standardized test I prepare by looking over my practise test my work for my classes and also look over my homework

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    Argumentative Essay: Standardized Tests Standardized tests have caused plenty of disagreements for years. From parents‚ to even teachers. The parents are worried about all of the stress that the test causes their children‚ The teachers disagree with the tests for the fact that they are used to evaluate them inaccurately. Some students also move at a slower pace than others and the test has its unfair advantages. These tests make some students feel like a failure when they don’t pass. The whole

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    Problems with Standardized Testing Do standardized test scores accurately describe the achievements of a student? Regardless of what reports and newspapers suggest‚ scores on standardized tests do not reflect a student’s achievements or abilities. Standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT are the focus of argument not only among teachers and educational reformers‚ but also among students. Opponents agree that the standardized tests are weighted too heavily‚ and that test anxiety obstructs learning

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    Standardized Tests: Are they worth it? For years‚ children of all ages have been required to take standardized tests in order to assess their capabilities and theoretically prepare them for further education. These tests are often the main factor in acceptance into colleges and universities‚ used in grade advancement for younger ages‚ and an overall indicator of a person’s ability. However‚ because of the lack of variety in the subjects they evaluate‚ standardized tests are often under scrutiny

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    Ever since the standardized test was first introduced‚ it began to suck out the creativity from school and forced all teachers to teach the same material to every students nationwide. It has long been theorized that no two minds are the same and if you ask parent with more than one children they will confirm it. So why teach the same thing to every student when even siblings don’t have the same mindset and learning patterns? President Obama said himself “Teachers should not be forced to spend the

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    Although there are few benefits of standardized tests‚ it does offer important data. One benefit is how it measures students’ and teachers’ strengths and weaknesses. Standardized tests are given out to measure teacher’s effectiveness in the classroom and a student’s success. The results are then compared amongst others who took the same test. If a student got a higher or lower score than the “standard” score on the test‚ then that is considered his or her strength or weakness. A teacher can then

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    Prompt: Most of the professors in the Department of Applied Foreign Languages strongly suggest that an English major should reach an acceptable score of a standardized English proficiency test (e.g.‚ TOEIC‚ IELTS) before graduation. Otherwise‚ he or she should not be qualified for graduating with a college diploma. Do you agree or disagree with such policy? Support your arguments with specific examples. • Write your essay in the box. |As time changes‚ the opportunities of studying at college

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