Language Assessment: Principles and Classroom Practices

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Longman, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 324 pages
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Features: *Solid foundation in the basics of validity and reliability, as well as all of the different forms of assessment *Concise, comprehensive treatment of all four skills includes classification of assessment techniques. *Thorough examination of standards-based assessment and standardized testing. * Practical examples illustrate principles. *End-of-chapter exercises and suggested additional readings provide opportunities for further exploration.

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A pretty decent book on an incredibly boring topic. Rich with examples but concise and clear to the point infomration I learned more about assessment than I ever wanted to know. Read full review


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Dr. H. Douglas Brown, a professor in the MA-TESOL program at San Francisco State University, has written many articles, teacher training books, and textbooks on language pedagogy. A past president of TESOL and recipient of the James A. Alatis Award for Distinguished Service, Dr. Brown has lectured to English language teaching audiences around the world.

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