Formative and Summative Assessment Tools for the FLLITE Approach

Joanna Luks (Cornell University)

This webinar is for those who are interested in creating their own literacy lessons based on authentic texts for the foreign language classroom. Joanna Luks will present methods of assessing students' work as they go through the steps of a lesson that uses the Foreign Languages and the Literary in the Everyday (FLLITE) approach. Learn techniques for matching assessment to intended learning outcomes, while keeping the grading workload manageable.

The webinar is the third in a four-part series about teaching with the FLLITE approach. If you would like more information, you may access presentation slides and recordings from previous webinars and workshops here.  

CPE credits available to those who attend the whole webinar.

About the FLLITE project

The FLLITE project aims to create an educational community of language teachers who will create and share crowdsourced literacy lessons based on culturally authentic texts (words, images, videos, audio) for the L2 classroom. The lessons will refine and extend the pedagogical principles of the crossdisciplinary approach of “the literary in the everyday”. Here, “the literary” refers to the range of playful, metaphorical, and non-conventional ways of making meaning, and "the everyday" refers to language use in contexts outside of canonical literature.

Teachers of all languages are welcome!

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