PRINCIPLES OF LANGUAGE ASSESMENT (Reliability (Rater Reliability (Inter…
PRINCIPLES OF LANGUAGE
Teachers should construct a test with the test items are likely to be used or applied in the real contexts of daily life
The degree of correspondence of the characteristics of a given language test task to the feature of a target language task
A reliable test is consistent and dependable
Student Related Reliability
It refers to temporary illness, fatigue, a bad day, anxiety and other physical factor of the students.
The score obtained of the studentsmaybe not his/her actual score
The test should not to be too ong or short
The item of the test should be clear that will not end with ambiguity
Test Administration Ability
Concerns with thecondition and situation
Teachers as the administrators should consider all the things related to the test administration
May also help students through a specification of the numerical scores on the various subsections of the test.
Generally said to be positive or negative efffect for teacher and students.
The effect of testing on teaching and learning
Scoring and evaluation in the class easy to administer.
Cheap prices for students and teaching staff
Has enoungh and effeciency of time
Requiring students can developed any language spesific purpose
Providing a good material than can evaluates students from all of the aspect
eacher invests time and energy in developing good tests that accurately reflect
the course outcomes, to be able to recycle the test materials
Part of both reability and validality for all tests
there is trade off between letting test into the public domain and giving students adequate information about test
Validity of a test is the extent
A test must aim to provide a true measure of the prticular skill
Content related Evidence
Teacher provide knowledge or information for students and make sure how student will assessted.
Student as a part of teaching and learning process in the class
Group 8 (ELA2)