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Turkish EFL instructors’ in-class language assessment literacy: perceptions and practices

@inproceedings{z2017TurkishEI,
  title={Turkish EFL instructors’ in-class language assessment literacy: perceptions and practices},
  author={Serpil {\"O}z and Derin Atay},
  year={2017}
}
  • Serpil Öz, Derin Atay
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology
  • The current study was conducted with the aim of understanding Turkish EFL instructors’ perceptions towards in-class language assessment and its reflection in their classroom practice. The purposes of this research are: (1) to find out Turkish EFL instructors’ perceptions of the term ‘in-class language assessment’, (2) to reveal their reflections of their in-class assessment knowledge to their own practice and (3) to find a relationship between experience and perception of in-class assessment… CONTINUE READING

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