Assessment Plan

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FALL 2007/SPRING 2008: WRITING

Review results from the spring 2007 assessment, discuss any needed changes, and create a plan to implement any needed changes. Collect the data needed to conduct an assessment of SLOs 3(a) & 3(b).

These outcomes state that:

  • SLO3a. Students can write clear, concise, rhetorically effective, reasonably error-free prose for a variety of purposes and audiences.
  • SLO3b. Students are able to draft and revise their own written work.

FALL 2008/SPRING 2009: ANALYSIS OF TEXTS

Review results from the spring 2008 assessment, discuss any needed changes, and create a plan to implement any needed changes. Collect the data needed to conduct an assessment of SLOs 2(a) & 2(b).

These outcomes state that:

  • SLO2a. Students can read and interpret a range of texts from American, British, and international cultures.
  • SLO2b. Students can identify the changing contexts of writing in English, from medieval through contemporary times.

FALL 2009/SPRING 2010: EXPERIENCES

Review results from the spring 2009 assessment, discuss any needed changes, and create a plan to implement any needed changes. Collect the data needed to conduct an assessment of SLO4:

This outcome states that:

  • SLO4. Students take part in English-related activities offered outside of classroom contexts, including dramatic productions, public lectures, literary readings, and internships in community settings.

FALL 2010/SPRING 2011: ENGLISH EDUCATION

Review results from the spring 2010 assessment, discuss any needed changes, and create a plan to implement any needed changes. Collect the data needed to conduct an assessment of SLOs 5(a) & (b).

These outcomes state that:

  • SLO5a. Students can demonstrates ways of adapting teaching strategies from courses they take to courses they will teach.
  • SLO5b. Students show how to use the current California Content Standards for English when in developing classroom curriculum.