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TEF5401 – Testing & Evaluation in TEFL
Professor: Flor Lepervanche
 This course contributes effectively to measure the re...
TEF5401 – Testing & Evaluation in TEFL
 Professor: Flor Lepervanche
Email: flepervanche@gmail.com
Skype: flortlepervanche
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
Presentation course tef5401 slide show
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  1. 1. TEF5401 – Testing & Evaluation in TEFL Professor: Flor Lepervanche  This course contributes effectively to measure the results of the individual learning English as a second language and compares outcomes and how they relate to exams already done in their own country.  Teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) refers to teaching English to students whose first language is not English. TEFL usually occurs in the student's own country, either within the state school system, or privately, in an after-hours language school or with a tutor. TEFL teachers may be native or non-native speakers of English. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teaching_English_as_a_foreign_langu age
  2. 2. TEF5401 – Testing & Evaluation in TEFL  Professor: Flor Lepervanche Email: flepervanche@gmail.com Skype: flortlepervanche
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