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Language Classroom Assessment

Liying Cheng


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The day-to-day assessment of student learning is unquestionably one of the most demanding, complex, and important tasks that teachers face. Language Classroom Assessment is a comprehensive overview of different forms of language classroom assessment and practical applications that support students' learning in any context. The activities and reflective breaks interspersed throughout the book give teachers a unique opportunity to learn experientially and to reflect critically on core aspects of their assessment practices.

 

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Publisher: TESOL International Association
Number of Pages: 40
Date Published: 6/20/2013
ISBN: 9781942223146
Topics: Series: Teacher Development
   
   
   
   
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