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Power Up Using the Diagnostic Instrument to Analyze Learning
Power Up: Using the Diagnostic Instrument to Analyze Learning

If you are reading this book, we can assume that you are interested in increasing learner engagement, shoring up student thinking, and improving student achievement. But before we start revising our lesson plans and redesigning our tasks, we have to make sure the tasks should be reworked. A task of practicing verb conjugations is a necessary task in a world language class. It will not, in and of itself, build a fluent bilingual adult, but without conjugation practice, the adult will not be proficient in that language. We say this and mean it: Not all ...

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