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Dynamic Assessment of Narratives: Which Language Should I Choose?
Posted by Elizabeth D. Peña in assessment, between-language, bilingual, child bilingualism on August 25, 2020
Dynamic assessment (DA) is a powerful approach that we can employ as part of diagnostic decision making. There are a number of advantages to DA, especially for children whose experiences don’t meet mainstream expectations including dual language learners. A number of DA approaches have been validated and show good sensitivity and specificity. DA of narratives and word learning are two of examples of these approaches.Read the rest of this entry »