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  1. The Chinese National Matriculation English Test (NMET) has a test purpose of producing beneficial washback to promote senior high school English teaching and learning. This article presents a large-scale natio...

    Authors: Hao Zhang
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2024 14:14
  2. The assessment encompasses essential concepts and their related measures about the information gathered. The conceptualization within a study becomes imperative to ascertain the corresponding variables and est...

    Authors: Robert Kirkpatrick, Hossein Vafadar and Hassan Mohebbi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2024 14:9
  3. This study investigates the evolution of reading comprehension abilities in Indonesian learners of the Chinese Heritage Language (CHL), by comparing their scores on the Chinese Proficiency Test, a test specifi...

    Authors: Qinling Zhou, Fengjiao Du, Yueli Lu, Hanwei Wang, Herman and Shunzhi Yang
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2024 14:7
  4. The present study explored the comparability in performance scores between the computer-delivered and face-to-face modes for the two speaking tests in the Vietnamese Standardized Test of English Proficiency (V...

    Authors: Thuy Ho Hoang Nguyen, Bao Trang Thi Nguyen, Giang Thi Linh Hoang, Nhung Thi Hong Pham and Tu Thi Cam Dang
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2024 14:6
  5. The current article evaluates a national English language proficiency test known as the “MSRT test” which is used to determine the eligibility of candidates for admission to and completion of higher education ...

    Authors: Ali Khodi, Logendra Stanley Ponniah, Amir Hossein Farrokhi and Fateme Sadeghi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2024 14:4
  6. This study investigated to what extent the scores of two English tests are correlated to each other, namely, the English test of the Common Test for University Admissions (Common Test, henceforth) in Japan and th...

    Authors: Nobuhiro Kamiya
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2024 14:2
  7. Ensuring consistent and reliable scoring is paramount in education, especially in performance-based assessments. This study delves into the critical issue of marking consistency, focusing on speaking proficien...

    Authors: Pornphan Sureeyatanapas, Panitas Sureeyatanapas, Uthumporn Panitanarak, Jittima Kraisriwattana, Patchanan Sarootyanapat and Daniel O’Connell
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2024 14:1
  8. Consequential validity, a facet of construct validity, has been extensively explored by educational psychologists and scholars focused on English language assessment. It is widely recognized that English langu...

    Authors: Rahmatolah Allahyari, Mahmoud Moradi Abbasabady, Shamim Akhter and Goudarz Alibakhshi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:54
  9. The greater emphasis on the significance and difference in English performance between the school types has mainly been investigated across Asian countries. However, not much is known about what language skill...

    Authors: Abu Nawas, I Gusti Ngurah Darmawan and Nina Maadad
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:52
  10. Many Chinese universities are implementing an educational reform to transform their general English courses into academic English courses. Accordingly, how to assess students’ English ability should also be re...

    Authors: Yunlong Liu, Yaqiong Cui and Hua Yu
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:49
  11. The release of ChatGPT marked the beginning of a new era of AI-assisted plagiarism that disrupts traditional assessment practices in ESL composition. In the face of this challenge, educators are left with lit...

    Authors: Karim Ibrahim
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:46

    The Correction to this article has been published in Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:51

  12. Research on language planning and policy (LPP) has transcended beyond enacting government-initiated language policy and progressed towards uncovering inherent power relations. The discourse-analytical approach...

    Authors: Dongil Shin, Soohyeon Park and Eunhae Cho
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:44

    The Correction to this article has been published in Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:53

  13. There are a few empirical studies on comparative effects of CALL-based assessment and traditional assessment on Iranian EFL students’ vocabulary learning; therefore, the present research tried to fill this gap...

    Authors: Fatemeh Shamshiri, Fariba Rahimi Esfahani and Seyed Esmail Hosseini
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:43
  14. This research investigates the effectiveness of utilizing analytic rubrics in peer-assessment (PA) and self-assessment (SA) methodologies to enhance the proficiency of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) stude...

    Authors: Hoang Yen Phuong, Quoc Toan Phan and Thanh Thao Le
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:42
  15. Teacher agency is a pivotal element of professionalism and second/foreign language (L2) education. However, its role in L2 assessment has remained under-researched. Part of this negligence is due to the absenc...

    Authors: Farhad Ghiasvand, Akbar A. Jahanbakhsh and Pardis Sharifpour
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:41
  16. As a part of a larger project, this study reports a large-scale investigation of the impacts of the Iranian National University Entrance Examination (INUEE) on Iranian high school students and their parents. F...

    Authors: Mohammad Ahmadi Safa and Hamidreza Sheykholmoluki
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:40
  17. This research compared the impacts of computerized formative assessment (CFA) and computerized dynamic assessment (CDA) on students’ motivation, reading self-concept, autonomy, and self-regulation. Out of a to...

    Authors: Edwin Gustavo Estrada-Araoz, Biju Theruvil Sayed, Gulnorakhon Gulyamovna Niyazova and Desta Lami
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:39
  18. The study explores the unaddressed washback on the English-speaking test of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSE-English Language Paper 4). The HKDSE is a university entrance exam in...

    Authors: Nozomu Wong Katagiri
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:38
  19. Self-awareness and self-evaluation are at the heart of both core of self-assessment, self-efficacy, and grit tendencies. Although there is a lot written about self-assessment, self-efficacy, and grit tendencie...

    Authors: Bayu Hendro Wicaksono, Sayed M. Ismail, Shakhnoza Akmalovna Sultanova and Dejen Abeba
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:37
  20. Assessment has several advantages like involving students in learning and making them cognizant of their strengths and weaknesses. The effects of peer assessment and self-assessment as two main kinds of assess...

    Authors: Tribhuwan Kumar, Seyyed Mohammad Ali Soozandehfar, Arash Hashemifardnia and Rasoul Mombeini
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:36
  21. Second language acquisition (SLA) is complex and multidimensional. Using the framework of the unified competition model (UCM), the current study explores how robust learning and testing of Chinese Pinyin are f...

    Authors: Yanhui Zhang and Brian MacWhinney
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:35
  22. Many different elements have a significant impact on the effectiveness of both teaching and assessment. The ever-expanding body of research on assessment has provided an overview of several cognitive, social, ...

    Authors: KDV Prasad, Alaa Aladini, Nozliya Zarilovna Normurodova and Barana Belton
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:34
  23. Despite a growing interest in learning-oriented assessment in recent years, there is limited research on its implementation in language classrooms from both teacher and student perspectives, especially from an...

    Authors: Maggie Ma
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:33

    The Correction to this article has been published in Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:47

  24. Dynamic assessment is heavily based on Vygotskian socio-cultural theory and in recent years researchers have shown interest in the theory as a way to facilitate learning. This study attempted to examine the co...

    Authors: Khaled Ahmed Abdel-Al Ibrahim, Ali Reza Karimi, Nasser Said Gomaa Abdelrasheed and Vida Shatalebi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:32
  25. Learning-oriented assessment (LOA) is becoming increasingly popular in language education. The rationale for this popularity is the belief that LOA not only provides teachers with the necessary information for...

    Authors: Masoomeh Estaji and Fatemeh Safari
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:31
  26. Students may better keep tabs on their own development by engaging in self-assessment (S-A), academic buoyancy (AB) construction, and reflective thinking (RT). Although S-A, AB, and RT have been known for a lo...

    Authors: Asep Nurjamin, David-Eli Salazar-Espinoza, Natalya Saenko and Elia Bina
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:30
  27. The current study set out to investigate the effects of concurrent group dynamic assessment (GDA) and cumulative GDA on Iranian EFL learners’ development of reading comprehension micro-skills. To this end, a c...

    Authors: Mahtab Zadkhast, Ehsan Rezvani and Ahmad Reza Lotfi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:29
  28. Effective education and evaluation may be achieved when the mental and emotional health of the students being evaluated are taken into consideration. As a consequence of this, the purpose of this research was ...

    Authors: Asmaa Falah Theiyab Alazemi, Biruk Jember and Anwar Hammad Al-Rashidi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2023 13:28
  29. 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
  30. 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
  31. 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

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