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Forming Writing Competence in EFL Students

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Abstract

It is quite common to our understanding that classroom assessment outcomes are not sensitive to the goal of teaching and learning language skills. More specifically, the assessment cannot allow the students to present what they know and what they are supposed to do. The purpose of classroom assessment is to inform teaching and to improve learning. Performance assessment gives the students a chance to demonstrate their knowledge and absorb a wide variety of information on language teaching and learning activities. This study aims to analyze the implementation of performance assessment in improving students' writing skills and disclosing the students' psychological factors on implementing performance assessment in the writing learning process.

Keywords

activities
classrooms
EFL/ESL learners
ELT
English
needs and interests
strategies
teachers
writing skills

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Khamidova, G. (2021). Forming Writing Competence in EFL Students. "ONLINE - CONFERENCES&Quot; PLATFORM, 65–67. Retrieved from https://papers.online-conferences.com/index.php/titfl/article/view/223
  • Submitted
    18 September 2021
  • Revised
    18 September 2021
  • Published
    18 September 2021