Teaching English Speaking and English Speaking Tests in the Thai Context : A Reflection from Thai Perspective

@inproceedings{Khamkhien2010TeachingES,
  title={Teaching English Speaking and English Speaking Tests in the Thai Context : A Reflection from Thai Perspective},
  author={Attapol Khamkhien},
  year={2010}
}
  • Attapol Khamkhien
  • Published 2010
To successfully assess how language learners enhance their performance and achieve language learning goals, the four macro skills of listening, speaking reading and writing are usually the most frequently assessed and focused areas. However, speaking, as a productive skill, seems intuitively the most important of all the four language skills because it can distinctly show the correctness and language errors that a language learner makes. Since English speaking tests, in general, aim to evaluate… CONTINUE READING

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