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  1. The present research tried to prompt self-regulated learning, autonomy, and self-efficacy of EFL learners through authentic assessment in Iranian EFL classrooms. To do so, 57 Iranian EFL learners were chosen a...

    Authors: Sayed M. Ismail, Iman Nikpoo and K. D. V. Prasad
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:27
  2. Every decision made in the classroom has the potential to either help or hurt a student’s development as a learner. When students’ mental and emotional well-being are taken into account, effective instruction ...

    Authors: Mahyudin Ritonga, Ahmad Abdulkareem Shaban, Anwar Hammad Al-Rashidi and Noam Chilani
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:25
  3. This research was carried out to comparatively study the impacts of portfolio-based assessment, self-assessment, and scaffolded peer assessment on reading comprehension, vocabulary learning, and grammatical ac...

    Authors: Anwar Hammad Al-Rashidi, Balachandran Vadivel, Nawroz Ramadan Khalil and Nirvana Basim
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:24
  4. This study made triangulated use of eye-tracking and retrospective verbal reports (RVRs) to compare the banked gap-filling processes of two same-scorers and those of a top scorer and a bottom scorer. The two s...

    Authors: Chengsong Yang
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:22
  5. This study discusses the characteristics of test specifications (specs) and item writer guidelines (IWGs), their role in item development of English as a Second Language (ESL) reading tests, and the use of the...

    Authors: Zahra Ali Al Lawati
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:21
  6. Some impediments in language learning may have a detrimental impact on learners’ actual performance on the test and lead to anxiety and demotivation. Language achievement is influenced by self-assessment (SA),...

    Authors: Fidel Çakmak, Sayed M. Ismail and Samaneh Karami
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:20
  7. Finding out which teaching strategies best support students learning is a key objective of educational research. Knowing this, this study investigated the comparative effects of consciousness-raising (CR) task...

    Authors: Buvsara Tashmuradova, K. D. V. Prasad, Khaled Ahmed Abdel-Al Ibrahim and Leeda Sarabani
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:19
  8. In this study, the potential impacts of dynamic assessment (DA) and non-dynamic assessment (non-DA) on Ethiopian EFL students’ productive skills were investigated. Additionally, this study examined Ethiopian E...

    Authors: Riswanto, Habesha Teferi and Khaled Ahmed Abdel-Al Ibrahim
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:18
  9. Rubrics for writing courses have become increasingly popular yet there have been few studies published from the GCC. This study investigated the effectiveness of rubrics in business writing classes at a Kuwait...

    Authors: Ronnie Goodwin and Robert Kirkpatrick
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:17
  10. This research set to examine the impacts of collaborative learning (CL), scaffolding instruction, and self-assessment on reading anxiety, reading motivation, and reading comprehension of Iranian EFL learners. ...

    Authors: Khaled Ahmed Abdel-Al Ibrahim, Nestor Cuba Carbajal, Manuel Enrique Chenet Zuta and Sania Bayat
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:16
  11. This study aimed to examine the impacts of computerized dynamic assessment (C-DA) and rater-mediated assessment on the test anxiety, writing performance, and oral proficiency of Iranian EFL learners. Based on ...

    Authors: Nasiba Sherkuziyeva, Farida Imamutdinovna Gabidullina, Khaled Ahmed Abdel-Al Ibrahim and Sania Bayat
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:15
  12. This study aimed at investigating the English as a foreign language (EFL) learners’ perceptions of L1-based and L2-based elicitations in the English classroom employing an explanatory sequential mixed-method d...

    Authors: Ali Mohammadi Darabad, Gholam-Reza Abbasian, Bahram Mowlaie and Ali-Asghar Rostami Abusaeedi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:13
  13. Due to the benefits of e-portfolio assessment and summative assessment in Ethiopia and a dearth of research, this study attempted to contrast e-portfolio assessment and summative assessment use in developing E...

    Authors: Basem Okleh Salameh Al-Hawamdeh, Negash Hussen and Nasser Said Gomaa Abdelrasheed
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:12
  14. Drawing on a growing body of research on the interface between corpus linguistics and second/foreign language testing and assessment, we adopted Peykare, a large-scale, annotated, Persian written language resourc...

    Authors: Mahmood BijanKhan, Parvaneh ShayesteFar and Hassan Mohebbi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:11
  15. Effective instruction and assessment are greatly affected by many factors. The ever-growing literature on assessment outlined some cognitive, social, and emotional factors that directly or indirectly influence...

    Authors: Sayed M. Ismail and Tahereh Heydarnejad
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:8
  16. Learning-oriented assessment has been called a practice that can be employed to increase the power of assessment practices in the classroom and one that has been said to promote efficient student learning. How...

    Authors: Kaveh Jalilzadeh and Christine Coombe
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:7

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  17. Differentiated second/foreign language (L2) instruction (DI) has received growing attention in pedagogical research. Yet, as a cornerstone of inclusive education, the DI is still under-documented. In this stud...

    Authors: Fahimeh Rafi and Natasha Pourdana
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:6
  18. Various stakeholders, such as policymakers and educators, require diagnostic feedback and actionable test results. One particular context in which fine-grained test results are of utmost importance is English ...

    Authors: Meltem Yumsek
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:3
  19. Self-assessment and reflective thinking (RT) can arm learners to monitor and evaluate their learning progress. Despite the long history of the core of self-assessment (CSA) and RT, little is known about how th...

    Authors: Mubarak Aldosari, Tahereh Heydarnejad, Arash Hashemifardnia and Mohammed Abdalgane
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:1
  20. Students can only benefit from teacher feedback if they recognise its value for learning. However, there is still a lack of research to investigate the factors influencing students’ perceptions of the value of...

    Authors: Ying Zhan, John Chi-Kin Lee and Zhi Hong Wan
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:62
  21. Peer learning, also known as collaborative learning, is based on social constructivism and contends that learning takes place more actively when students interact socially with their peers. This study sought t...

    Authors: Mina Homayouni
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:61
  22. The core of self-assessment (CSA) and critical thinking (CT) empower learners to observe and evaluate themselves. Although the literature on CSA and CT reflects a long history, little is known about their cont...

    Authors: Riswanto, Tahereh Heydarnejad, Elham Saberi Dehkordi and Bambang Parmadi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:60
  23. As the effects of self-assessment, peer assessment, and teacher assessment on EFL learners’ writing CAF and speaking CAF have not examined in Iran, this research compared their effectiveness on developing Iran...

    Authors: Anwar Hammad Al-Rashidi, Muhammad Asif, Masoumeh Ghasemi Vanani and Amhara Aberash
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:59
  24. Students are essential parts of society, and their mental health and emotional safety as well as a sense of purpose, achievement, and success are the major objectives of successful education. They need to be a...

    Authors: Tahereh Heydarnejad, Khaled Ahmed Abdel-Al Ibrahim, Nasser Said Gomaa Abdelrasheed and Ehsan Rezvani
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:57
  25. As a growing approach to assessment, learning-oriented assessment (LOA) has recently flourished to position learning at the center of assessment practices. It aims to unify assessment, teaching, and learning. ...

    Authors: Ali Derakhshan and Farhad Ghiasvand
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:55
  26. In this paper, we set out to explore the world’s first major standardised examination system. In the field of language testing and assessment, works such as measured words (Spolsky, 1995), measured constructs (We...

    Authors: Barry O’Sullivan and Liying Cheng
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:52
  27. The types of assessment tasks affect the learners’ psychological well-being and the process of learning. For years, educationalists were in search of finding and implementing accurate and convenient approaches...

    Authors: Tahereh Heydarnejad, Fariba Tagavipour, Indrajit Patra and Ayman Farid Khafaga
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:51
  28. Learners’ personality traits and self-assessment have an essential role in their academic achievement and the well-being of society. Although L2 grit and the core of self-assessment (CSA) have attracted consid...

    Authors: Tahereh Heydarnejad, Sayed M. Ismail, Goodarz Shakibaei and Abdulbaset Saeedian
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:50
  29. Though the empirical findings of the past studies in the literature have offered strong support to the significant role of language knowledge and background knowledge in reading comprehension, this issue has n...

    Authors: Hasan Tarlani-Aliabadi, Khalil Tazik and Zeinab Azizi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:48
  30. Though the emergence of standardized testing promoted classical approaches such as summative achievement tests, it brought about serious criticisms regarding the stakes of these tests and their consequences on...

    Authors: Mahmood Khosravani, Morteza Rostamian, Hamid Ashraf and Khalil Motallebzade
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:46
  31. In spite of their pivotal role in language learning, psychological variables involved in language learning have received less attention in empirical research. Therefore, this paper tried to inspect the effects...

    Authors: Mahyudin Ritonga, Fariba Farhangi, Bemnet Ajanil and Ayman Farid Khafaga
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:43
  32. This study investigated the scoring and criterion-related validity of the TEAP, a newly developed Test of English for Academic Purposes. In this study, scoring validity was examined by investigating the factor...

    Authors: Keita Nakamura
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:35
  33. Student-centered learning assessment (SCLA) constitutes a major component of current educational initiatives at the University of Technology and Applied Sciences (UTAS). However, little research has been condu...

    Authors: Salim Said Bani Orabah, Houman Bijani and Seyed M. Ismail
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:41

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