The Cambridge Guide to Second Language Assessment
This collection of original articles provides language teachers with a theoretical background of key issues associated with language testing as well as practical advice on how to improve the effectiveness of the tests they develop and implement. Written by internationally prominent researchers and educators, the chapters are organized into five sections: key issues in the field, assessment purposes and approaches, assessment of second language skills, technology in assessment, and administrative issues. Chapters assume no particular background knowledge and are written in an accessible style.
- Chapters assume no particular background knowledge and are written in an accessible style.
- Each chapter includes a list of key readings and references to help readers learn more about the topic.
- Contributors are internationally prominent experts in the field.
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