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The Routledge Language Testing Manual provides a comprehensive and critical overview of language testing and evaluation in applied linguistics and language studies. Specially composed chapters by top educators and researchers address the most important problems faced by researchers and practitioners, including: a summary of key topics in language testing; Key research methods and techniques for the validity of language tests; Social and ethical aspects of language testing; The philosophical and historical basis of assessment practice; Practical design and development design and development practice in the field using practical examples. The Routledge Handbook of Language Testing is an ideal resource for undergraduate students, language teachers and those working in applied linguistics. The proposed outline of the handbook is divided into ten sections. Section titles reflect the content of our RAL series of language testing and assessment textbooks and sketch a useful overview of the discipline. Each chapter is carefully selected to relate to the key issues raised on the relevant topic, providing additional historical background, critical discussion, review of the original research methodology and assessment of what might happen in the future.
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- Book Name: The Routledge Handbook of Language Testing
- Book Author(s): Glenn Fulcher, Fred Davidson
- Book Category: Language Studies
- Book Language: English
- Total Pages: 551 Pages
- File Format: PDF
- File Size: N/A
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