DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/relieve.25.2.11163

Evaluación de la escritura académica: construcción y validación de un instrumento integrado basado en tareas para evaluar habilidades específicas de escritura


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Evaluar las habilidades de escritura es clave para el desarrollo de métodos de instrucción que ayuden a los nuevos estudiantes con la escritura académica universitaria. Este artículo presenta el proceso de construcción y validación de un instrumento desarrollado para ese propósito. Al hacerlo, primero discutimos la construcción teórica de la prueba evaluativa, luego describimos el proceso a través del cual el instrumento fue desarrollado y validado, y, por último, presentamos los resultados obtenidos y discutimos algunas de sus diversas implicaciones para la instrucción


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Writing assessment; diagnostic assessment; academic writing; academic language; writing instruction

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