Meeting place: BH 807
Meeting time: 1pm – 2:15pm on Fridays
- 09/15/17 – Senyung Lee: Culligan, B. (2015). A comparison of three test formats to assess word difficulty. Language Testing, 32, 503-520.
- 09/22/17 – Jaesu Choi: Vafaee, P., Suzuki, Y., & Kachisnke, I. (2017). Validating grammaticality judgment tests: Evidence from two new psycholinguistic measures. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 39, 59-95.
- 09/29/17 – Suchada Sanonguthai
- 10/13/17 – Amy Soto
- 10/20/17 – MwALT Presentation Rehearsal (Amy Soto)
- 11/3/17 – Jean Chun
Hi all! The language testing reading group schedule for this semester is as follows:
Place : GISB 2067 or GISB 2015 (subject to change)
- 02/24/17 Senyung Lee: Revier, R.L. (2009). Evaluating a New Test of Whole English Collocations.
- 03/24/17 Yena Park: Yan, X., Yukiko, M., Lv, J., & Ginther, A. (2016). Elicited imitation as a measure of second language proficiency: A narrative review and meta-analysis. Language Testing, 33, 497-528.
- 03/31/17 Suchada Sanonguthai: Topic and background knowledge effects on performance in speaking assessment. Language Testing, 34, 23-48. & Ryan Lidster (1:00pm)
- 04/07/17 Jean Youn Chun: Choi, I. (2017). Empirical profiles of academic oral English proficiency from an international teaching assistant screening test. Language Testing, 34, 49-82. (meeeting at GA 2015)
IU folks at Purdue on October 1st, 2016!
For the upcoming MwALT 2016 conference, we will have two rehearsal presentations in our lab meeting on Friday, September 23rd!
It’ll be at BH 016 from 4:00pm to 5:30pm. Please mark your calendar! Jean and Claire will rehearse their poster presentation.
Senyung will give her rehearsal presentation at SLS colloquium on Friday, September 16th.
We are at Georgetown university now in Washington DC for the GURT conference! (Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics)
The theme of the conference is “Useful assessment and evaluation in language education.” Suchada presented her paper ”
A Study of IELTS Washback on an English Immersion Program in Thailand” and Ryan presented his paper “Evaluating the Accuracy of Learning-oriented Assessments: The Case for Using Signal Detection Theory.”