The Importance of Assessment in Teaching Process and its Peculiarites
1Aziza A. Shayusupova, Sayyora R. Kamalova, Rano A. Khaydarova, Zulaykho O. Rashidova
The article deals with the features of assessment in education process. Assessment is a part of the lesson during which the teacher evaluates how students have mastered the material and use it in reception and production of texts in the oral and written forms. For example, we may use an oral interview to gather information about students speaking abilities, then give comments based on that information, and make a decision what material and activities we should use if the students need more work on oral fluency. Thus, within the EL classroom we reveal sources and zones of learning difficulties, see the effectiveness of materials and activities, encourage students’ involvement in the learning process, track learners’ upgrading their English, and provide students with feedback about their EL learning progress for further classroom-based applications of language tests. Assessment results are also important for reviewing and evaluating materials in the curriculum from the learner's ability to learn. As a result of the evaluation it becomes clear which concepts and principles are difficult to understand and which ones can be easily implemented. This provides the basis for the learner's creative preparation for the lesson and conducting the training. Likewise, the learner will know which learning material is good, which is satisfactory and what is bad.
objects of assessment/control, functions of assessment/control, forms of assessment/control, evaluation, testing, feedback, content feedback, form feedback.