Effective Ways to Assess English Language Learners: [For Intermediate and Advanced Levels]

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Xlibris Corporation, May 8, 2012 - Education - 341 pages
Effective Ways To Assess English Language Learners [For Intermediate and Advanced Levels] by Felipe Cofreros who has also authored three basic Art Books with Rex Book Corporation in Manila, Philippines and several Childrens Picture Books with Xlibris Publishing Company in Indiana, United States of America promotes accurate placement for quality Instruction and helps students make process rapidly. This book serves as a tool to evaluate students to accurately and reliably place them within a program that best meets their needs. -- Ronald Jay Blassingame Ph.D., former English as a Second Language [ESL], Work Orientation Program Supervisor, International Catholic Migration Commission [ICMC], Philippine Refugee Processing Center [PRPC], Bata-an, Philippines

Effective Ways To Assess English Language Learners [For Intermediate and Advanced Levels] written by Felipe Cofreros, a multi-talented author, newspaper and magazine editor is very useful in teaching English as a Second Language [ESL] to the learners in different levels. This book is very handy for the teachers in the assessment of skills mastered. The instructional directions in taking the tests are easy to follow. I highly recommend this book for teachers and students in the elementary, high school and college and nurses who are preparing to take their English exams as a review book. -- Leonor Antoja Verano, former English as a Second Language [ESL] teacher, International Catholic Migration Commission [ICMC], Preparation For American Secondary School [PASS] Program , Philippine Refugee Processing Center[PRPC], Bata-an, Philippines

Effective Ways To Assess English Language Learners [For Intermediate and Advanced Levels] written by Felipe Cofreros, a former International Catholic Migration Commission [ICMC} English as a Second Language [ESL] teacher and a feature writer/contributor to the ICMC Digest, the offi cial newsletter of the said company during the early 1990s, a multi-gifted artist, mentor, editor and author of more than a dozen Childrens Picture Books with illustrations and comprehension questions; A Pre-School Math Workbook and a book about Japan: Its People and Culture is another indispensable addendum that could be used as pre-tests or diagnostic tests in the high school department or perhaps the intermediate grades providing the mentors a much-needed guidance in the lesson planning side by side with their prescribed students textbooks. Precisely, this wont only enrich the present English curriculum but also worth-inspiring to every teaching enthusiast who wishes to measure the learning progress of their students periodically.Matsy Balan-eg Tumacdang, former English as a Second Language [ESL] teacher, International Catholic Migration Commission [ICMC], Philippine Refugee Processing Center [PRPC], Bata-an, Philippines
 

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Contents

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Test 12
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Test 13
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Test 14
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TEST 15
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TEST 16
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Test 17
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Test 18
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Test 3
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Test 22
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References
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Felipe A Cofreros is a highly educated individual. He held a number of diverse education positions such as consultant of Pre-school Program in Zoni Language Centers and Your Kids Our Kids Infant/Toddler Pre-school both in New York City, New York, USA He also work as a District Field Officer in the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor acting as a consultant for Literacy, Adult Education, After School Program, English as a School Language (ESL), Women In Development, Cooperatives for Rural Development, Small Business, Self Help, Livelihood Programs, Public lnfbrmation and Refugee Resettlement. His ten years experience as a columnist/editor-in-chief included a stint in the following significant papers: The United Nations Newsletter in Manufahi District in East Timor; The Philippines International Newspaper in Nagoya City, Japan and the Philippine Newspaper in Cambodia. As a teacher, Felipe spent twenty years of aggregate experience in teaching Literacy, Adult Education, Pre-school, Elementary, High school, College and including administration of instructional services among Indo-Chinese refugees (Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong and Laotian) in Southeast Asia refugee camp. Felipe’s vast experience as Curriculum Developer in Arts and Crafts Program in the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC), Preparations for the American Secondary School (PASS) Program in the Philippine Refugee Processing Center; Saint Mary College in Nagoya City, Japan: University of Saint La Salle and La Consolacion College in Bacolod City, Philippines and Assumption Convent School in Iloilo City, Philippines greatly contributed to the creation of the following books that he wrote: A Handbook of Basic Art. Part I (Painting Process In Playing With Colors, Different Crayon Techniques), A Handbook of Basic Arts, Part II (Basic Drawing, Painting And Making Crafts) and Let’s Weave (An Ancient Hand Art Of Interlacing Two Groups Of Threads). He has also written an impressive number of Children’s Picture Books such as The Hungry Frog, Danny The Deer, The Blue Bird, Blue Birds Find New Friends, The Little Birds Help A Friend, Blue Birds And The Bees, The Boastful Rooster, Jackie’s New Toy, Smart Ratty, Fix It Tipsie, Oliver And His Ball, Oliver Lost His Ball, Sam’s Wish, Curious Sam, Sam And The little Bird, Sam And The Hawk; A Pre-school Math Workbook: Let’s Start Building Our Math Skills Workbook. He has also written other books such as: Inside Japan: Its People and Culture and Effective Ways to Assess English Language Learners (For Intermediate and Advanced Levels). Felipe graduated as scholar from the University Of San Agustin in Iloilo City, Philippines with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with specialization in Social Studies and Art Education. He has Master of Arts Credit in Language and Literature Program, Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) in De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines. He obtained quite a number of certificates in different disciplines such as: Managing People for Maximum Performance in Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA; The Roots of Learning; Society for Effective Affective Learning, Brighton, England: Basic Japanese Language Course and Japanese Sumie Art in Saint Mary College in Nagoya City, Japan and The New Role of Art in Education in the University of the Philippines in Iloilo City, Philippines

Felipe A Cofreros is a highly educated individual. He held a number of diverse education positions such as consultant of Pre-school Program in Zoni Language Centers and Your Kids Our Kids Infant/Toddler Pre-school both in New York City, New York, USA He also work as a District Field Officer in the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor acting as a consultant for Literacy, Adult Education, After School Program, English as a School Language (ESL), Women In Development, Cooperatives for Rural Development, Small Business, Self Help, Livelihood Programs, Public lnfbrmation and Refugee Resettlement. His ten years experience as a columnist/editor-in-chief included a stint in the following significant papers: The United Nations Newsletter in Manufahi District in East Timor; The Philippines International Newspaper in Nagoya City, Japan and the Philippine Newspaper in Cambodia. As a teacher, Felipe spent twenty years of aggregate experience in teaching Literacy, Adult Education, Pre-school, Elementary, High school, College and including administration of instructional services among Indo-Chinese refugees (Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong and Laotian) in Southeast Asia refugee camp. Felipe’s vast experience as Curriculum Developer in Arts and Crafts Program in the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC), Preparations for the American Secondary School (PASS) Program in the Philippine Refugee Processing Center; Saint Mary College in Nagoya City, Japan: University of Saint La Salle and La Consolacion College in Bacolod City, Philippines and Assumption Convent School in Iloilo City, Philippines greatly contributed to the creation of the following books that he wrote: A Handbook of Basic Art. Part I (Painting Process In Playing With Colors, Different Crayon Techniques), A Handbook of Basic Arts, Part II (Basic Drawing, Painting And Making Crafts) and Let’s Weave (An Ancient Hand Art Of Interlacing Two Groups Of Threads). He has also written an impressive number of Children’s Picture Books such as The Hungry Frog, Danny The Deer, The Blue Bird, Blue Birds Find New Friends, The Little Birds Help A Friend, Blue Birds And The Bees, The Boastful Rooster, Jackie’s New Toy, Smart Ratty, Fix It Tipsie, Oliver And His Ball, Oliver Lost His Ball, Sam’s Wish, Curious Sam, Sam And The little Bird, Sam And The Hawk; A Pre-school Math Workbook: Let’s Start Building Our Math Skills Workbook. He has also written other books such as: Inside Japan: Its People and Culture and Effective Ways to Assess English Language Learners (For Intermediate and Advanced Levels). Felipe graduated as scholar from the University Of San Agustin in Iloilo City, Philippines with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with specialization in Social Studies and Art Education. He has Master of Arts Credit in Language and Literature Program, Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) in De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines. He obtained quite a number of certificates in different disciplines such as: Managing People for Maximum Performance in Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA; The Roots of Learning; Society for Effective Affective Learning, Brighton, England: Basic Japanese Language Course and Japanese Sumie Art in Saint Mary College in Nagoya City, Japan and The New Role of Art in Education in the University of the Philippines in Iloilo City, Philippines

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