Anglais – Situations d’évaluation pour le secondaire
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This evaluation situation is designed to allow students to demonstrate their competencies in ESL, thus allowing teachers to complete collecting the data needed to determine the level of competency each student has reached in each of the three competencies at the end of the year.
The reinvestment and writing task in this situation requires students to create two voice threads that describe the life of two different characters from the 19th century, based on two photographs supplied in the Reinvestment and Writing Booklet.
The issue addressed in this situation is child labour in Québec in the 19th century. This topic is somewhat familiar to students, since they have studied child labour and the Industrial Revolution in Europe as part of the Secondary Cycle One History and Citizenship Education program. The reinvestment and writing task in this situation requires students to complete a diary entry describing their day as if they were a child working in a factory in Montréal in the 19th century.
The purpose of this evaluation situation is to allow students to demonstrate their competencies in ESL. Thus, allowing teachers to complete the collection of data to determine the level of the three competencies at the end of the cycle.
This evaluation situation is about chocolate, its effects on our health, its uses, the conditions in which it is grown, and its importance in our society, both culturally and economically.
In this short evaluation situation for C2, students read an e-mail exchange between two secondary students and then complete two tasks. The first task requires them to fill out a table about Mark, one of the correspondents (in particular, about a trip he is taking). The second task requires them to reconstruct the resume of the other correspondent, Suzy, based on information she gives about herself in her e-mails. In order to prepare for task 2, students carry out a preparatory task in which they watch a short video on resume writing and engage in the response process, taking notes and discussing with peers.
The tasks in this evaluation situation lead students to hypothesize as to what happened to George Mallory, a climber who disappeared on Everest in 1924 and whose body was found in 1999. Students will explore important aspects of Everest: the vital process of acclimatization, tragedies that have occurred over the years, a successful climb and finally, some background information on George Mallory’s fateful climb
The student will, at the end of the L.E.S. take a stand in favour or against the issue of revealing magic secrets by writing a letter of opinion to a magician, Fox television, the Outagamie Museum in Appleton, Wisconsin or other organisations.
The purpose of this prototype evaluation situation is to allow students to demonstrate competency in two ESL competencies, Interacts orally in English and Writes and produces texts. This situation therefore allows teachers to complete collecting the data needed to determine the level of competency each student has attained at the end of the year.
In this evaluation situation, students discuss moods and emotions and write a personal narrative about a particular event from which they learned a lesson.
According to many surveys and popular opinion, students spend too much time in front of the TV set, the Internet, listening to music instead of studying or doing other activities. In this Evaluation Situation (ES), students will read and discuss on the topic. They will reflect on their everyday life habits, and they will survey their schoolmates on theirs. Finally, they will answer the question: What do I think of my Media Profile?
In this Evaluation Situation (ES), students will read (listen and view…) and discuss on the topic. They will reflect on their use of Media and the impact on their lives. Finally, they will answer the question: How do Media have a positive impact on you?
Dans cette situation d’évaluation, l’élève se penche sur la question de la mise en candidature de la ville de Québec pour les Olympiques d’hiver 2022. L’élève réinvestit sa compréhension des textes lus et entendus dans un article d’opinion
Description Students will get acquainted with the concept of bullying. They will first learn about being bullied at school, in their social life and finally they will expand the concept to their working life. As a final task, they will find solutions to the different bullying problems and they will write an advice letter. As an optional activity teacher and students can prepare an anti-bullying campaign for school.
During this evaluation situation students reflect on the aspects of acquiring too much stuff and on the effects it has on others. Students reinvest their understanding of oral and written texts in a series of intercom messages in order to persuade their peers and to answer the following guiding question: “What can be done to make ourselves less dependent on stuff?”