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Research and validation. Developing an ELT product based on machine learning: Write & Improve. Language Policy Unit - Homepage. Piloting on a new extended version of the illustrative descriptors of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

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Participation until 15 December 2017. Version française Factsheets on education:Tackling today’s challenges together Symposium on The linguistic integration of adult migrants: lessons from research, Strasbourg, 30 March – 1 April 2016. LIAM Project: . Attention Required! TIRF is pleased to make the following resources available to teachers, researchers, parents, graduate students, program administrators, and the general public free of charge: Reference lists on various topics of interest to teachers, researchers, applied linguists, program administrators, and so onLinks to organizations with missions similar to that of TIRF or that serve any of TIRF’s constituenciesResearch organizations in our field, including examples of activities and links to resourcesJournals in language teaching and applied linguistics which deal with topics of interest to TIRF’s constituenciesNominate papers/chapters for TIRF’s James E.

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The reference lists are meant to be dynamic tools. Washback effect. The washback effect, aka backwash[1] refers to the influence, either positive or negative, that an exam has on the way in which students are taught.

Washback effect

The existence of the exam itself has an influence on coursebooks, on what the students are taught and upon what they are expected to know. This may or may not correspond to what the students actually need to know. References[edit] Jump up ↑ Cheng, Liying, & Fox, Janna. (2013). Surveys of Ph.D. Understanding Assessment: Washback and Instructional Planning. Tests can have positive and negative effects, or washback.

Understanding Assessment: Washback and Instructional Planning

Positive washback refers to expected test effects. For example, a test may encourage students to study more or may promote a connection between standards and instruction. Negative washback refers to the unexpected, harmful consequences of a test. For example, instruction may focus too heavily on test preparation at the expense of other activities. The Digital Teacher. Ruby Rei - Wibbu.

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Exam level: Cambridge English: First, First for Schools and IELTS 4.0–6.5 CEFR level: B1–B2 Skills practised: Vocabulary and grammar This app is designed for both Android and iOS, and is free to download. Cambridge English Write & Improve. Cambridge English Write & Improve. What is Office Lens? - OneNote for iPad. Office Lens is the new camera built into OneNote for iPad that lets you take pictures of whiteboards, or printed documents, then enhances your photo by cropping, sharpening and straightening it, so it looks almost like a scanned image.

What is Office Lens? - OneNote for iPad

Your picture is added to your note, so you can retrieve it later. To use Office Lens follow these steps: Create a note or open an existing one, then tap on the note to bring up the keyboard. Tap , choose a picture taking mode: WHITEBOARD, PHOTO, and DOCUMENT, and take your picture. Office Lens will automatically crop your picture, but you can change the cropped image by clicking and dragging the circles to change the crop.

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