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Language testing


Formal assessment. Placement tests. Achievement tests. Diagnostic tests. Proficiency tests. Types of objective tests. Multiple choice. Varieties of cloze procedure. Advice on creating cloze type passages. The C- Test. Dictation. Formal assessment of writing. Specifying all appropriate tasks and selecting a sample. Obtaining samples that properly represent each candidate’s ability. Obtaining reliable scoring of writing. This can be either holistic or analytic. Holistic or analytic? Formal assessment of speaking. Setting the tasks. Specifying all apropriate tasks. Advice on planning and conducting oral tests. Techniques not recommended. Obtaining valid and reliable scoring. Formal assessment of reading. Specifying what the candidate should be able to do. Practical advice on item writing. Formal assessment of listening. Specifying what the candidate should be able to do. Setting the tasks. Possible techniques. Informal assessment. Informal assessment of writing. Informal assessment of speaking. Informal assessment of reading. Informal assessment of listening. Results from informal assessment. Self-assessment. Foundations for self-assessment. Self-assessment of writing. Self-assessment of speaking. Oral self-assessment. Self-assessment of reading and listening. Learner training (reading). Learner trainer (listening). Progress questionnaires. Results from self-assessment. Introduction. Results from the reseach. References (11). Conclusion.


Teaching is the primary activity in the educational system. Teaching is usually followed by the assessment. There are three kinds of assessment: formal, informal, and self-assessment. Assessment is used to get accurate information about people’s ability to use foreign language.
Formal assessment is most frequently used kind of assessment by teachers. They use various kinds of tests to find out how much their students have achieved during certain time, to diagnose students’ strengths and weaknesses.
However, students may feel panic and confusion whenever a test is given by their teachers. Here informal assessment could be a great help to both sides because it is carried out by the teacher not under special test conditions but in the normal classroom environment (for example with students helping each other when necessary.
The third kind, most rarely used, is self-assessment. It is carried out by students themselves. Not only do teachers gather information through self-assessment but involvement of students in the assessment progress also means that their attitudes towards their own learning can change significantly. Rather than being motivated by threat of examinations, students can start feeling more responsible for their own progress.
So, if it is accepted that all three kinds of assessment are necessary, then the conclusion should be drawn that teachers should do everything they can to improve the practice of all three kinds of assessment.
This course paper will deal with all three kinds assessment. Different kinds of tasks and different advices on how to make a task reliable will be discussed. It will be tried to find out which kind of assessment is the most popular among teachers of English, whether students and their teachers consider self-assessment as a valuable kind of assessment in education process. ...

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Tinklalapyje paskelbta2006-03-22
DalykasGramatikos kursinis darbas
KategorijaAnglų kalba >  Gramatika
TipasKursiniai darbai
Apimtis47 puslapiai 
Literatūros šaltiniai11
KalbaAnglų kalba
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Metai2006 m
Švietimo institucijaUkmergės "Šilo" vidurinė vokykla
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