Language assessment: principles and classroom practices
Best-selling author H. Douglas Brown offers a clear, authoritative manual of testing and assessment in the second language classroom. Language Assessment looks at essential principles for assessment, as well as the critical tools that teachers need for fair, effective evaluation.
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