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A hands-on introduction to language testing theory and practice.
Designing and Analyzing Tests with accompanying CD-ROM gives you a solid grounding in language assessment theory, practical guidance on developing and administering tests, and shows you how to use Excel for statistical analysis of procedures.
Language teachers often have to develop or choose tests or other assessments for their classes without any training. With this book and CD-ROM you learn how to choose from ready-made tests, or to adapt existing tests to better meet your needs. It gives you the tools you need to write your own tests and to analyze them.
The book is organized in two Parts: Part 1 focuses on language assessment theory, and guidance on developing and administering tests. Part 2 introduces the use of Excel for analyzing language test data.
Practical, step-by-step guidance for ESL teachers, and thought-provoking questions to stimulate further exploration.
This book provides a practical overview of the most important methods in the field. Readers are drawn into classrooms where various teaching methods and approaches are being used. They are encouraged to reflect on their own beliefs and to develop their own approach to language teaching.
A user-friendly handbook which explores the benefits of an English as a Lingua Franca approach to pronunciation
How could English as a Lingua Franca change your approach to teaching pronunciation?
Ideas and activities to personalize for your young learners
Lynne Cameron and Penny McKay
Personalize your English lessons with these activities and ideas for young learners
Useful and free
A practical, non-technical guide to technology and how to use it in the classroom
Don't know your blogs from your wikis? Bringing Technology into the Classroom will help you make educated choices in new technology and its implementation in the classroom.
Bringing Technology into the Classroom is the first title of the new Into the Classroom Series. It is a short, practical guide that explains how to use new computer technology, including interactive whiteboards, in the classroom. This title is intended for teachers of students 14-18 years old.
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Strategies and ideas to help you develop your personal teaching style.
Julian Edge and Sue Garton
A guide to help teachers of English to develop teaching skills through drawing on practical classroom experience.