There is a place for multiple choice in English – Part II

In my last blog I laid out the background to my thinking around the use of multiple choice as an assessment tool in English. My focus is on its use as a formative vehicle, in particular its application to the teaching of reading. To this end I have been experimenting with setting regular multiple choiceContinue reading “There is a place for multiple choice in English – Part II”

Is there a place for multiple-choice in English? Part I

This is a blog about my experience of using multiple-choice questions as a form of formative assessment in English. It will be split into three parts. This initial post lays out my present thinking around the format and how I think it could be of use to teachers. In the next few days I wellContinue reading “Is there a place for multiple-choice in English? Part I”