Testing for Language Teachers

@inproceedings{Hughes1989TestingFL,
  title={Testing for Language Teachers},
  author={Arthur Hughes},
  year={1989}
}
The main objective of this text is to assist language teachers in writing better tests. The author defines a good test as one that contains validity, reliability, practicality and a positive reaction. Hughes offers practical and realistic guidance on how to create a good test. The author pays special attention to the effect of testing on teaching - a test should not only be reliable and valid but should also have a positive effect on teaching. Chapters on the testing of writing, oral ability… CONTINUE READING

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