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Concept maps are an excellent assessment tool when they have been used for teaching and learning . This chapter presents the development of a Formative and Summative Assessment (FSA) Table for Concept Maps. The suggested table was developed in a large university in the South of Brazil as part of a doctoral research attached to a research group that focuses on Innovative Methodologies, Concept Mapping and Information, Communication and Technologies (ICT). The research that generated the proposed FSA Table was carried out with 7 groups of ‘English as a Foreign Language’ (EFL) students. The FSA Table was tested, improved and applied along the semesters of each of the 7 courses. The data gathered as well as the researcher’s observation on students’ pieces of work and assessments allows us to conclude that the FSA Table suggested can be a very useful tool to assist in the teaching and learning process.
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CM V1–T’s comments/ suggestions/ questions → Well done, [xxx] ! You included all the words in Parking Lots A & B, added other 15 concepts from the text and another 3 (out of 5) extra ones, well done!!! And the hierarchy on your Cmap is great! An excellent progress in the semester! We can see, however, that you have got some difficulty with verb conjugation (code 3), some of the concepts were repeated (code 1c), the meaning of some propositions were not clear (code 2a) and in some propositions, the concept (code 4a) and the verb (code 4b) were not well selected. Please, have a think on how you can better express these ideas. Once you’ve made changes to your CM and produced the new version (V2) revise your written text and change it accordingly (do not forget to include your personal information), OK? Regards, [xxx].
CM V2 – T´s comments → Well done, [xxx]! You have: reflected and worked on the verbs and linking phrases; stablished a crosslink; and applied the changes to the written text making it nearly flawless, congratulations! However, the written text, unlike the CM, needs articles and pronouns for reading to flow… do not leave them out, OK? Have a look at my suggestions and if you have any questions, just ask! All the best, [xxx]!.
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