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    Rubrics in the classroom: do teachers really follow them?

    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...

    Heejeong Jeong

    Language Testing in Asia 2015 5:6

    Published on: 15 April 2015

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    The Myanmar university entrance examination

    This study examines the English section of the university entrance examination in Myanmar in terms of validity, reliability, practicality, and washback. The study highlights the significance of the matriculati...

    Robert Kirkpatrick and Hmone Lian Hlaing

    Language Testing in Asia 2013 3:14

    Published on: 29 May 2013

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    Peer assessment in an EFL context: attitudes and friendship bias

    This study reports a research project which compared teacher and peer assessment of English university students’ compositions. In addition, it investigated possible friendship bias in peer assessment as well a...

    Maryam Azarnoosh

    Language Testing in Asia 2013 3:11

    Published on: 17 April 2013

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    The altitude of test anxiety among second language learners

    Taking a second-language test is a nervous affair; and in India, test anxiety has silently wreaked havoc on students’ psyche. Particularly for students who take public exams in Grades X and XII, anxiety is qui...

    John Love Joy

    Language Testing in Asia 2013 3:10

    Published on: 17 April 2013

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