Survey for Track Placement IFLT19
Use this self-placement guide to determine your track. Complete the questions. Add the total points. Look on the rubric at the end of the survey for placement. The results are not binding. In the end, the decision is yours.

0 points = you have no knowledge; you have awareness, but no understanding; you have understanding, but cannot implement

1 point = you know what to do, but have not been successful with implementation; you know what to do but just need more practice to feel more confident; you understand the concept or understand it but do not agree with it

2 points = you know what to do and can sometimes implement it

3 points = you know what to do and can consistently implement it
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I can sustain a communicative interaction with students, in a relaxed, repetitive, interesting, and/or personal way while remaining comprehensible. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I can develop a story with student input and/or elicit interesting and comprehensible details about a character, event, class dialogue, story or situation. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I can create my own acquisition-friendly lessons. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I can make a wide variety of resources comprehensible and level-appropriate. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I can select or create readings that are level-appropriate and comprehensible to my students. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I can apply acquisition-driven techniques and strategies to classroom activities other than stories. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I can provide input at the levels of my students’ acquisition *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I can think on my feet and smoothly transition to another acquisition-driven source of input when engagement wanes during a given ‘activity'. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I am knowledgeable about Dr. Krashen's 5 hypotheses about language acquisition. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
I can naturally and spontaneously ask a wide VARIETY of comprehended questions in the TL about a reading passage, a photo, a line from a story, etc. that are compelling, information-seeking and/or that require higher order thinking–using level-appropriate comprehensible language. *
No knowledge or skill
Knowledge and consistent implementation
Add your points *
TOTAL SCORE 0-30 points. After you have added up your points, click below for the description. (The results are not binding. The decision is ultimately yours.)
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