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This volume provides a comprehensive, scholarly, and systematic survey of language testing terms and the chief terminology of basic statistics. It is a unique and invaluable resource for researchers, teachers and students of language teaching and testing all over the world. Key features include: More than 1300 entries from the areas of language testing and basic statistics This volume provides a comprehensive, scholarly, and systematic survey of language testing terms and the chief terminology of basic statistics. It is a unique and invaluable resource for researchers, teachers and students of language teaching and testing all over the world. Key features include: More than 1300 entries from the areas of language testing and basic statistics; Full British and American pronunciations at each entry following the IPA tradition; Up-to-date coverage of new terms in language testing including CPD Procedure, SAM Interview, ALITE, etc.; Self-contained and easy-to-understand definitions with emphasis resting on clarity and precision; A new format of paragraph headings to help users identify specific information; A wide variety of item types used to measure the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as culture; Helpful examples, graphs and formulae; Attractive cartoons artistically drawn to facilitate understanding of confusable concepts; Generous coverage of new and traditional trends in language testing; Easy-to-read format and clear design; One hundred and five pages of extensive and up-to-date bibliography; A comprehensive list of website addresses for language testing related resources; An exhaustive entry index for quick and easy reference. This reference guide addresses the following users: Language teachers and teacher Educators; Second language researchers; Language teacher trainees; Test developers and curriculum designers; Post-graduate students in applied linguistics; Students of language testing and proficiency measurement; Test administrators, proctors, and test takers Measurement specialists; Research methodologists; Program evaluators; Researchers in language and literacy; Language program managers; Language policy makers; and Applied researchers


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This volume provides a comprehensive, scholarly, and systematic survey of language testing terms and the chief terminology of basic statistics. It is a unique and invaluable resource for researchers, teachers and students of language teaching and testing all over the world. Key features include: More than 1300 entries from the areas of language testing and basic statistics This volume provides a comprehensive, scholarly, and systematic survey of language testing terms and the chief terminology of basic statistics. It is a unique and invaluable resource for researchers, teachers and students of language teaching and testing all over the world. Key features include: More than 1300 entries from the areas of language testing and basic statistics; Full British and American pronunciations at each entry following the IPA tradition; Up-to-date coverage of new terms in language testing including CPD Procedure, SAM Interview, ALITE, etc.; Self-contained and easy-to-understand definitions with emphasis resting on clarity and precision; A new format of paragraph headings to help users identify specific information; A wide variety of item types used to measure the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as culture; Helpful examples, graphs and formulae; Attractive cartoons artistically drawn to facilitate understanding of confusable concepts; Generous coverage of new and traditional trends in language testing; Easy-to-read format and clear design; One hundred and five pages of extensive and up-to-date bibliography; A comprehensive list of website addresses for language testing related resources; An exhaustive entry index for quick and easy reference. This reference guide addresses the following users: Language teachers and teacher Educators; Second language researchers; Language teacher trainees; Test developers and curriculum designers; Post-graduate students in applied linguistics; Students of language testing and proficiency measurement; Test administrators, proctors, and test takers Measurement specialists; Research methodologists; Program evaluators; Researchers in language and literacy; Language program managers; Language policy makers; and Applied researchers

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