A Book of Images for Assessing Acquisition of Knowledge & Skills from English Through Citizenship, Literacy-Level Student Text
50 8.5" x 11" Pages
Who It’s For: (Teachers & Helpers of) Newcomers Wanting (Mostly Pictorial) Assessment Tools Related to Americana & U.S. Citizenship—on Topics like Symbols & Holidays, (Famous) Americans & Immigration, U.S. Geography & Places.
Why You Need It: “Testing” acquisition of knowledge / skills seems to work on many levels—even before “test-takers” are (fully) literate in the English language. These 24 8.5” x 17” (doubled-paged) layouts are all that’s still available from H-02.03 English Through Citizenship: Tests for Literacy Level. Suggestions for their use are incorporated into the Teaching Notes of H-02.02 English Through Citizenship: Literacy Level Instructor’s Manual.
What You’ll / They’ll Do:
 If you can, print out the oversized pages of H-02.03 English Through Citizenship: Tests for Literacy Level two-sided on twelve (12) 8.5” x 17” sheets of paper. If your settings are correct and the mechanics of the process work as they’re supposed to, you should end up with 44 11” x 8.5” foldable “booklet, the individual images of which can then be copied and printed out / projected onto a screen. Alternatively, you might contact us at Authors & Editors / WorkLife English.com to see if we’ve located a clean, one-image-to-a-page copy of the Tests to work with in easier ways.
 Note that the ten (10) Items in each of eleven (11) Modules 1A-1D, 2A-2B, 3A-3B, 4A-4B, 5A consist mostly of line drawings, interspersed with words that test-takers should know from their experience with H-01.01, the corresponding English Through Citizenship: Literacy-Level Student Text. Again, you may or may not choose to follow directives from the E.T.C. Literacy-Level I.M.
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