Testing in Language Programs: A Comprehensive Guide to English Language Assessement

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Prentice Hall Regents, 2005 - Education - 307 pages

Testing in Language Programsis a comprehensive text for teachers and students in teacher-training courses in language testing and assessment. Ideal for both classroom use and personal reference, this book targets the needs of those making both programme-level (e.g. admissions, proficiency and placement) as well as classroom-level testing decisions (e.g. assessing what students have learned through diagnostic and achievement testing).

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James Dean Brown is professor in the Department of Second Language Studies, University of Hawai'i.

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