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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. The development of Spoken English in Pakistani teachers training institutions working in public sector has never been assessed. This study explores the extent of improvement in English speaking skills among pr...

    Authors: Muhammad Sarwar, Muhammad Alam, Shafqat Hussain, Ashfaque Ahmad Shah and Mehlah Jabeen
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2014 4:5
  5. 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...

    Authors: Robert Kirkpatrick and Hmone Lian Hlaing
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2013 3:14
  6. Feedback is a key component of teaching second language writing. As the field of second language writing instruction has recently placed greater emphasis on sociocultural considerations, issues related to the ...

    Authors: Parva Panahi, Parviz Birjandi and Behrooz Azabdaftari
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2013 3:13
  7. One of the major problems facing Thai education at the university level is that of academic dishonesty. While newspapers often report upon individual and group cases of university-level cheating, there has bee...

    Authors: David Young
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2013 3:6
  8. Assessing students’ written output has always been a daunting task for Language teachers in the higher education. They do not only need to provide feedback on grammar and mechanics but also on content. Similar...

    Authors: Mari Karen L Gabinete
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2013 3:5
  9. Rubrics have been widely recognized by writing teachers for its efficiency in facilitating grading and its potential to be instructive. However, its use and value in oral production assessments still remain to...

    Authors: Jonna Marie A Lim
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2013 3:4
  10. The research reported here suggests that raters, when involved in writing assessment, are more concerned with their own criteria to set a basis for their judgment rather than the standards provided by scale de...

    Authors: Masoumeh Ahmadi Shirazi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2012 2:123
  11. This paper reassesses the mainstream tasks used for evaluating Thai ELF learners' speaking skills: face-to-face interview and role-play. Based on final and preliminary findings from small-scale classroom resea...

    Authors: Kemtong Sinwongsuwat
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2012 2:75
  12. This research investigated the effect of self-, peer-, and teacher-assessment on Iranian undergraduate EFL students' course achievement. Four intact classes, including 82 students from Urmia, Tabriz, and Tabri...

    Authors: Zainab Abolfazli Khonbi and Karim Sadeghi
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2012 2:47

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