Assessment and Testing in ELT

The following articles and special issues are selections from the international literature. Readers are advised to consult the abstracts of the papers that interest them for more information.

 

Christopher J. Hall Moving beyond accuracy: from tests of English to tests of ‘Englishing’, ELTJ, 68/4, 2014.

Lam, R. 2013. The relationship between assessment types and text revision ELT Journal, 67(4), 446-458. Lam, R. 2013. The relationship between assessment types and text revision ELT Journal, 67(4), 446-458.

Khaled Barkaoui, Lindsay Brooks, Merrill Swain and Sharon Lapkin "Test-Takers’ Strategic Behaviors in Independent and Integrated Speaking Tasks". Applied Linguistics  (2013) 34 (3): 304-324.

Ching Yin Leung and Stephen Andrews "The mediating role of textbooks in high-stakes assessment reform".ELT Journal (2012) 66 (3): 356-365

Tim McNamara"Language Assessments as Shibboleths: A Poststructuralist Perspective". Applied Linguistics, (2012) 33 (5): 564-581.

Jungtae Kim & Daniel A. Craig. "Validation of a videoconferenced speaking test". Computer Assisted Language Learning, Volume 25, Issue 3, 2012, pages 257-275 

Deborah Bullock "Learner self-assessment: an investigation into teachers’ beliefs". ELT Journal (2011) 65 (2): 114-125.

Special Issue of Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, Issue 29, 2009.

Fulcher G. and Davidson F. (2009). Test architecture, test retrofit Language Testing 26/1: 123- 144
Bachman, L. (2002). Some reflections on task-based language performance assessment. Language Testing 19/ 4: 453–476

 

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