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  1. This study examines the range of cognitive processes assessed in the English language reading literacy test as part of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSE), the secondary school exi...

    Authors: Pok Jing Ho
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:18
  2. The credibility of conclusions arrived at in quantitative research depends, to a large extent, on the quality of data collection instruments used to quantify language and non-language constructs. Despite this,...

    Authors: Kioumars Razavipour and Behnaz Raji
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:16
  3. Writing assessment literacy (WAL) has received research attention over the past few years. This study aimed at investigating writing assessment knowledge of Iranian English language teachers along with their c...

    Authors: Masoumeh Tayyebi, Mahmoud Moradi Abbasabady and Gholam-Reza Abbassian
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:12
  4. The literature indicates that the effects of sources of demographic biases on fairness in classroom assessment (CA) are under-researched in the Iranian higher education context. Hence, this study aims to explo...

    Authors: Afsheen Rezai, Ehsan Namaziandost, Mowla Miri and Tribhuwan Kumar
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:8
  5. Portfolio assessment (PA) as an assessment for learning (AfL) alternative has been under-represented in second/foreign language acquisition (SLA) research literature. This study examined the potential impacts of ...

    Authors: Natasha Pourdana and Kobra Tavassoli
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:7
  6. High-stakes language tests are used around the world as a gatekeeping tool under the internationalization of higher education. However, the predictable aspect of the high-stakes language tests is seldom discus...

    Authors: Hui Ma and Sin Wang Chong
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2022 12:2
  7. This study aims to disclose the Iranian university teachers’ perceptions of the fundamentals of language assessment literacy (LAL). To this aim, using purposive sampling, eighteen university teachers from two ...

    Authors: Afsheen Rezai, Gudarz Alibakhshi, Sajjad Farokhipour and Mowla Miri
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:26
  8. The current study compared the model fit indices, skill mastery probabilities, and classification accuracy of six Diagnostic Classification Models (DCMs): a general model (G-DINA) against five specific models ...

    Authors: Mahdieh Shafipoor, Hamdollah Ravand and Parviz Maftoon
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:33
  9. Computer-based testing (CBT), which refers to delivering assessments with computers, has been widely used in large English proficiency tests worldwide. Despite an increasing CBT in China, limited research is a...

    Authors: Wenjing Yu and Noriko Iwashita
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:32
  10. This study attempted to check the impact of two dynamic assessment (DA) models on speaking CAF. DA, as opposed to static assessment, is conceived as an interactive approach to assessment that integrates teachi...

    Authors: Behnoosh Heshmat Ghahderijani, Ehsan Namaziandost, Mona Tavakoli, Tribhuwan Kumar and Rustem Magizov
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:25
  11. In this study, we examine the mother tongue proficiency of pre-school children from high-income and highly educated families in Antalya, Turkey. The study used the Turkish version of the Hamburger Instrument f...

    Authors: Yunus Pınar, Fatma Ünal and Nihal Kubilay Pınar
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:28
  12. Research on language assessment knowledge (LAK) of teachers has focused on two major topics: identifying the LAK needs of teachers and developing appropriate LAK tests. Although the prior research findings sig...

    Authors: Hossein Farhady and Kobra Tavassoli
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:17

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  13. To determine the inherent components of language learners’ capacity for metamemory maturity, the researchers drafted a metamemory maturity (MMM) questionnaire based on Hultsch et al.’s (Memory self-knowledge a...

    Authors: Payam Nour, Rajab Esfandiari and Abbas Ali Zarei
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:24
  14. Language teachers’ assessment literacy has been a much debated subject in the educational arena recently. Teachers’ assessment knowledge base and skills, important aspects of their assessment literacy, have be...

    Authors: Muhammad Wasim Latif
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:19
  15. This paper aims at exploring the issues related to implementing a formative assessment model namely School-Based Assessment (SBA) at secondary schools in Bangladesh. A qualitative study employing interviews wi...

    Authors: Kh. Atikur Rahman, Md. Kamrul Hasan, Ehsan Namaziandost and Prodhan Mahbub Ibna Seraj
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:18
  16. This study proposed an innovative automated approach to differentiation of the vocabulary proficiency of Chinese speakers. A robust K-means algorithm was designed to compare the oral proficiency between L1 and...

    Authors: Yanhui Zhang and Weiping Wu
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:15
  17. This study aimed to integrate self-regulation strategies into dynamic assessment procedures of listening comprehension in an EFL setting and examine the possibility of raising EFL students’ listening comprehen...

    Authors: Parisa Abdolrezapour and Nasim Ghanbari
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:10
  18. This paper presents the findings of a study which aimed at exploring the washback of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) English examinations on English teaching and learning practice at secondary schools i...

    Authors: Kh. Atikur Rahman, Prodhan Mahbub Ibna Seraj, Md. Kamrul Hasan, Ehsan Namaziandost and Shouket Ahmad Tilwani
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:12
  19. The current study sought to examine the validity of a General English Achievement Test (GEAT), administered to university students in the fall semester of 2018–2019 academic year, by hybridizing differential i...

    Authors: Mehri Jamalzadeh, Ahmad Reza Lotfi and Masoud Rostami
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:8
  20. The present study explored the extent to which teacher assessment (TA) and peer assessment (PA) differ in terms of magnitude and patterns of distribution across English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners’ de...

    Authors: Natasha Pourdana and Soheila Asghari
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:6
  21. This study investigated the relationship between a large-scale and high-stakes English test and test takers’ learning behavior. Specifically, it explored whether and how the National Matriculation English Test...

    Authors: Jing Zhang
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:5
  22. Rasch testlet and bifactor models are two measurement models that could deal with local item dependency (LID) in assessing the dimensionality of reading comprehension testlets. This study aimed to apply the me...

    Authors: Masoud Geramipour
    Citation: Language Testing in Asia 2021 11:3

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