Testing the untestable in language education /
The testing and assessment of language competence continues to be a much debated issue in foreign language teaching and research. This book is the first one to address the testing of four important dimensions of foreign language education which have been left largely unconsidered: learner autonomy,...
Bristol, UK ; Buffalo, NY :
|Series:||New perspectives on language and education.
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection|
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