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The Impact Of High Stakes Examinations On Classroom Teaching


Author : Dianne Wall
language : en
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2005-12-01

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It is widely believed that one of the most effective ways of creating change in an education system is by introducing or by re-designing high-stakes examinations. This method is not foolproof, however, as there are many factors which can affect the impact of such an innovation. This study analyses the effects of an examination which was meant to serve as a 'lever for change'. It illustrates how the intended outcome was altered by factors in the exam itself, as well as characteristics of the educational setting, the teachers and the learners. Included are reviews of the literature of examination impact and innovation in education, and guidelines for the consideration of educators who continue to believe in the potential of examinations to effect curriculum change.

The Impact Of High Stake Examinations On Classroom Teaching


Author : Dianne Marie Wall
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1999

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The Unintended Consequences Of High Stakes Testing


Author : M. Gail Jones
language : en
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date : 2003-01-01

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To understand how high-stakes accountability has influenced teaching and learning, this book looks at the consequences that high-stakes tests hold for students, teachers, administrators, and the public, and demonstates the negative effects of such testing on nontested subjects, minority students, and students with special needs.

Teacher Involvement In High Stakes Language Testing


Author : Daniel Xerri
language : en
Publisher: Springer
Release Date : 2018-04-27

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This book advocates that teachers should play an active role in high-stakes language testing and that more weight should be given to teacher judgement. This is likely to increase the formative potential of high-stakes tests and provide teachers with a sense of ownership. The implication is that the knowledge and skills they develop by being involved in these tests will feed into their own classroom practices. The book also considers the arguments against teacher involvement, e.g. the contention that teacher involvement might entrench the practice of teaching to the test, or that teachers should not be actively involved in high-stakes language testing because their judgement is insufficiently reliable. Using contributions from a wide range of international educational contexts, the book proposes that a lack of reliability in teacher judgement is best addressed by means of training and not by barring educators from participating in high-stakes language testing. It also argues that their involvement in testing helps teachers to bolster confidence in their own judgement and develop their assessment literacy. Moreover, teacher involvement empowers them to play a role in reforming high-stakes language testing so that it is more equitable and more likely to enhance classroom practices. High-stakes language tests that adopt such an inclusive approach facilitate more effective learning on the part of teachers, which ultimately benefits all their students.

Becoming And Being An Applied Linguist


Author : Rod Ellis
language : en
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Release Date : 2016-09-15

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Becoming and Being an Applied Linguist contains narrative accounts of the lives of thirteen well-established applied linguists. Their professional autobiographies document the development of some of the key areas of applied linguistics – second, language acquisition, motivation, grammar, vocabulary, testing, second language writing, second language classroom research, practitioner research, English as a lingua franca, teacher cognition, and computer-assisted language learning. The book tells how these applied linguists grew into their areas of specialization. It will be of interest to any would-be applied linguist. The book also provides a readable overview of the whole field that will be of value to students of applied linguistics.

Curriculum Innovations In Changing Societies


Author : K. W. Chau
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-12-31

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A Study On The Washback Effects Of The Test For English Majors Tem


Author : Qian Xu
language : en
Publisher: Springer
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