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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Collaboration in language testing and assessment.
Frankfurt am Main ; New York : Peter Lang, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dina Tsagari; Ildikó Csépes
|ISBN:||365301526X 9783653015263 1299418120 9781299418127|
|Description:||1 online resource (227 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Table of Contents; John H.A.L. de Jong: Foreword; Riikka Alanen, Ari Huhta, Scott Jarvis, Maisa Martin, Mirja Tarnanen: Issues and Challenges in Combining SLA and Language Testing Research; Jamie Dunlea, Neus Figueras: Replicating Results from a CEFR Test Comparison Project Across Continents; Karin Vogt: Adaptations of CEFR Descriptors to Local Contexts; Carole Sedgwick: Co-operation in Europe: 'Local' Practices and 'Global' Requirements; Carole Thomas: Working with the CEFR: The Bilkent Linking Project. Gudrun Erickson, Lisbeth Åberg-Bengtsson: Collaborative Approach to National Test DevelopmentGyörgyi Együd, Zoltán Kiszely, Gábor Szabó: Comparing the Hungarian School-Leaving Examination with International Language Examinations; David Newbold: Local Institution, Global Examination: Working Together for a 'Co-certification'; Slobodanka Dimova: Matura's Rocky Road to Success: Coping with Test Validity Issues; Anders Johannessen Fikke, Hildegunn Lahlum Helness: Synergies and Tensions in Computerised Language Testing. June Eyckmans, Winibert Segers, Philippe Anckaert: Translation Assessment Methodology and the Prospects of European CollaborationLaura Sadlier Beppie van den Bogaerde, Joni Oyserman: Preliminary Collaborative Steps in Establishing CEFR Sign Language Levels; Anne Dragemark Oscarson: Collaboration in Understanding Results --
Self-assessment of EFL Writing; Lisbeth M. Brevik, Eli Moe: Effects of CLIL Teaching on Language Outcomes.
|Series Title:||Language testing and evaluation, v. 26.|
|Responsibility:||Dina Tsagari / Ildikó Csépes (eds.).|
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The editors of this book have collected 14 papers on a range of topics related to language testing and assessment. The research includes diverse approaches, some qualitative, others quantitative, and occurs in a variety of contexts, largely in European settings. Readers will walk away with new insight...
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