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University faculty members? perspectives on English language demands in content courses and a reform of university entrance examinations in Japan: a needs analysis
by Yasuyo Sawaki
This small-scale needs analysis study examined content course faculty members? perspectives on English language demands in their courses and their perceptions of the introduction of four-skill English language...

Construct and content in context: implications for language learning, teaching and assessment in China
by Yan Jin
Context is vitally important in conceptualizing the construct and specifying the content of language learning, teaching, and assessment. In a rapidly changing globalized world, it is difficult but very importa...

Assessing English reading comprehension by Chinese EFL learners in computerized dynamic assessment
by Yanfeng Yang and David D. Qian
Predicated on Vygotsky?s zone of proximal development (ZPD), dynamic assessment (DA) integrates teaching with assessment in a single activity by providing mediation to help learners perform beyond their indepe...

Using keystroke logging to understand writers? processes on a reading-into-writing test
by Sathena Chan
Integrated reading-into-writing tasks are increasingly used in large-scale language proficiency tests. Such tasks are said to possess higher authenticity as they reflect real-life writing conditions better tha...

The relationships between test performance and students? perceptions of learning motivation, test value, and test anxiety in the context of the English benchmark requirement for graduation in Taiwan?s universities
by Jessica Wu and Matt Chia-Lung Lee
Having been influenced by the trend of internationalization of higher education, most universities in Taiwan have implemented an English benchmark requirement for graduation, which requires students to demonst...