Does multiple choice work for reading tests?

02/26/2013 | Teacher Leaders Network

Multiple-choice questions typically found on standardized tests do little to evaluate students' reading skills, writes middle-school English teacher Ariel Sacks. In this blog post, she writes that she prefers many informal and authentic assessments using observation and discussion, rather than multiple-choice questions that blend reading skills and logical reasoning.

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