Learning About Test Instructions

It has been proved that difficulties to understand the meanings of instructions are the obstacles for IEP students to make better performance in tests. So this week Class A students are encouraged to work in pairs to learn about the important / common vocabularies and phrases in answering questions.
Having learned what are the aims of the instructions, students will give concept-check examples to show their understanding. Each pair presents their own examples of using different instructions to solve the test questions.

  


 

 Their great demonstrations of understanding the test instructions can effectively improve their understanding as well as answering the questions in tests. In addition, showing their own examples to deal with questions correctly will become valuable experiences to make progress in learning English.

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