English tests


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We love our projects but ... we don't love tests. We usually must take tests in our schools and we know that taking them is part of our learning process. In this project we have decided to practice taking and also preparing them by creating an English test for our level .


1) First we will TAKE several level tests to know what English level we get

Don't forget to note down the score/level you get in the Google Form


Cambridge test: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/test-your-english/for-schools/
OUP Test: http://www.myoxfordenglish.es/test-nivel-ingles-online.aspx
English Tag.com: http://www.englishtag.com/tests/level_test.asp
Home Language International: http://www.hli.co.uk/english/english-tests/english-test-online.php
English Jet level test: http://www.englishjet.com/english_courses_files/test_level.asp


2) Then, we LEARN  the grammar and vocabulary items that we should know according to our level.


3) After, we READ THE BLOG ENTRY AND ANALYSE TESTS ON THE WEB


Read the blog entry of Teachingenglish.org  about the types of exercises you usually find in English tests https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/test-question-types  and say the  types of exercises in these tests according to the previous link.



4) Finally we WRITE a blog entry with our own test 


First read this entry in the Busy Teacher page: 12 teacher tips for writing good test questions
 http://busyteacher.org/6095-12-teacher-tips-for-writing-good-test-questions.html



5) Evaluation: TAKE our test and mark it



6) THE GOOGLE FORM


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