Unit Standard 21204 Element 7: Assess literacy progress in the training or education programme.
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7.1 Assessment methods relate to programme objectives and individual learner goals, and identified literacy skill levels of adult learners.
7.2 Assessment methods enable learner self-assessment.
7.3 Assessment methods involve the learner in the assessment process.
Range: involvement includes learner-educator dialogue at all stages, including feedback,diagnostic, formative, summative.
Candidates will demonstrate that they are able to develop and/or use a range of assessment tools and strategies to assess a learner's literacy and numeracy skills in relation to the Learning Progressions.
- Element 1 - Describe adult literacy in Aotearoa
- Element 2 - Describe Maori Literacy.
- Element 3 - Identify the literacy demands of the training or education programme.
- Element 4 - Identify the literacy strengths and needs of the individual learners in the training or education programme.
- Element 5 - Integrate literacy skill development into the delivery of the training or education programme.
- Element 6 - Use literacy teaching strategies to promote adult literacy skill development in the training or education programme.
- Element 7 - Assess literacy progress in the training or education programme.
- Element 8 - Evaluate effectiveness of literacy teaching strategies and learning activities and any specialist adult literacy support in the training or education programme.