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Unread Sep 16th, 2011, 09:48 pm
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Default Progression Checks

We are getting more and more students so I feel we need a stricter level check to make sure the kids are making progress and learning in class. We generally use the same textbook so it's not to hard to see if they are learning, but many classes use other books.

I'm looking for an EFL progression (test maybe) where we can place the kids on a spectrum. It would be helpful for placement, reports and to see progress.

Does anyone know of such a list?

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Unread Oct 6th, 2011, 02:30 pm
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Default Re: Progression Checks

In Canada, we use the Canadian Language Benchmarks:

The European Framework is also an option.
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