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  1. Content type: Research

    This study examined the factor structure of the Test of English for Academic Purposes (TEAP®) test—a recently developed academic English test measuring four skills among Japanese university applicants—and comp...

    Authors: Yo In’nami, Rie Koizumi and Keita Nakamura

    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2016 6:3

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    Placement testing is a crucial issue in Japanese universities. In the majority of language programs, classes are streamed by proficiency levels based on students’ placement test score for efficient instruction...

    Authors: Takaaki Kumazawa, Tetsuhito Shizuka, Masamichi Mochizuki and Atsushi Mizumoto

    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2016 6:2

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    This study investigates the effectiveness and fairness of teacher-led assessment of students’ in-class participation and its effect on actual participation levels and language test scores, taking into account ...

    Authors: Peter R Crosthwaite, Daniel R Bailey and Ashley Meeker

    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2015 5:9

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    For language teachers, using rubrics has become the norm in assessing performance-based work. When using rubrics, one question stakeholders have is to what extent teachers are true to the rubrics. For classroo...

    Authors: Heejeong Jeong

    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2015 5:6

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