As an evaluation of students' mastery of academic knowledge, examination papers have been bothering students to pass unit learning for nearly ten years. They must obtain more than half of the final examination scores. Whether the examination represents the ability of students has become a controversial issue.
Some people think that examinations can fully reflect students' understanding of what they are teaching, but others disagree. Personally, as for the limitations of examination papers, I fully agree with the latter view. There are two reasons: first, the examination questions can not cover all the knowledge of the whole semester.
It is an indisputable fact that the examination paper is composed of limited questions. From the beginning to the end of the semester, it is an indisputable fact that the examination paper is a student's term task It should not be demonstrated in simple questions, although for some subjects, written knowledge may be very narrow, and the abilities acquired by students during the whole semester can not be expressed, for example: further, more importantly, presentation and interview skills, although in fact, the examination can be passed by plagiarism, and some students do not attend lectures or tutors, just to test In the evening, they passed the final examination and passed the course. What's more disturbing is that with the development of information technology, some cheating techniques have also been developed.
Students do not even need to cram in the process. They just need to take notes or wear headphones. They can get one in any subject they choose by summarizing I believe that the examination can not fully show the ability of students, but at this stage, there is no more perfect evaluation method than the examination.
Due to the time limit and the number of students evaluated, I admit that I think the examination is a good evaluation method. Of course, I believe that with the progress of technology, this problem may become more and more in the future important.
English essay scores are typically evaluated based on the following aspects:
1. Grammar and spelling: Whether there are errors or unnatural sentence structures and spelling mistakes.
2. Language expression: Whether rich vocabulary and ropriate expression have been used.
3. Logical thinking: Whether the article structure is reasonable, the arguments are clear and persuasive.
4. Essay genre: Whether the format and requirements of the given genre are met.
Overall, errors in grammar and spelling can have a significant impact on the score, and logical thinking and language expression are also important aspects of the evaluation.
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