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Explanation: I'm sorry I can't give the right term, but it's a check or a test given by teachers to see whether students have learnt what they should have. For instance, at Grammar School we used to have "ex temporale" which was an unannounced test on "Lernstoff" we had to learn. This would have been referred to as a "Lernzielkontrolle".
Maybe a native speaker teacher knows the right word in English.
Karin Walker Germany Local time: 01:09 Native speaker of: English, German PRO pts in pair: 119
Explanation: You want "educationese," we've got "educationese."
You speak of "learning goals."
Yo're checking on student (or learning) progress. One way to do it to give an
achievement test, not a proficiency test. So "achievement test (or monitoring) works just fine.
Choose among the above, or adapt to suit your target.
teacher, superintendet of schools, and university assistant professor