DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/attic.12.3512

Benefits of Dynamic Assessment for High School Final Test


Abstract


Based on the analysis of the deficiencies in the current University Entrance Examination, this article analyses the external factors affecting the test, it proposes a modern language assessment system such as dynamic assessment and studies the advantages and disadvantages of their application to the High School Final Test. The proposals made here relate to the OPENPAU project (FFI2011-22442) conducted by a consortium of eight universities to review the University Entrance Examination.


Keywords


Organic Law that modifies the Quality of Education. Dynamic assessment. High School Final Test

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