Approaches to languages testing

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Approaches to languages testing

  1. 1. Approaches to LanguagesTesting: “Classical, Discrete, Integrative” We are: Ananda Lupita S. (100221404955) Dwi Kartika S.
  2. 2. What we are talking about inthis presentation is the wayof doing test based onseveral approaches, whichis influenced by the view orbelieve of English.
  3. 3. “English should be Greek-like or Latin-like”Emphasis  grammatical rule, memorizing vocabulary, translating classic textApplied in GTM on learning English (concentrated on how to teach grammar and drilling vocabulary)Produce  good translatorClassical Approach
  4. 4. Discrete Approach“English can be broke into several components”Emphasis  mastering English component separately.Applied in ALM Discrete Approach tests English components separately.
  5. 5. Integrative Approach/ Unitary Competence Hypothesis“English cannot be broke into several components, it is a unity.”Emphasis  mastering integrative skill.The test is usually a test that isdemanded on several skill tomanage
  6. 6. Classical Language Testing Grammar test Vocabulary test Translating text
  7. 7. Discrete Language TestDialog completionPair dialog performanceAtomistic testing  beginning ofstandardized test
  8. 8. Integrative Language TestCloze testDictationInterviewWriting composition
  9. 9. students’ language knowledge is not communicative Students will feel bored and language feels difficult Speech and listening are neglected Not naturalClassical Approach Weakness
  10. 10. But its work in……
  11. 11.  Time consuming and not natural the success in taking the test do not means that they can use the language in everyday lifeBut the test can cope a wide range of material Objective scoring and efficient test Allow quantification on students’ response
  12. 12.  Students’ ability to + I communicate will develop Seems natural N Challenging and can reveal T students’ integrative skill E G R Complicated mode of test - A T The weakness is merely the I weakness of the particular test used V E

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