**LANGUAGE
TESTING AND EVALUATION**

**SMTR 5, S1 STUDENTS**

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**A.
****WHAT IS LANGUAGE LEARNING?**

LANGUAGE TEACHING & LEARNING:

TEACHER PREPARATION: FACILITIES, PROCESS, MEDIA, EVALUATION

STUDENTS: PHYSICAL FACTORS

PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS (motivation, interest, attitude, behavior etc)

FACILITIES

PARENTS

OTHERS (environments)

**AIMS:**

1. Confidently students are able to explain appropriately exactly the relationship between teaching and learning concepts

2. Confidently, students are able to explain variables related to teaching and learning achievement clearly.

3. Satisfactorily students are able to predict and analyze the problems of commonly found in teaching and learning process completely approximately exactly

**B.
****BASIC TERMS IN LANGUAGE TESTING AND EVALUATION?**

TESTING: TEST (instrument)

MEASUREMENT: NUMERIC

EVALUATION : THE WHOLE PROCESS

ASSESSMENT: FORMAL AND INFORMAL COMMENTS

** AIMS:
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1. Students are able to explain the basic concepts of the terms: testing, measurement, evaluation, and assessment correctly and clearly.

2. Students are able to differentiate the basic concepts of the terms: testing, measurement, evaluation, and assessment correctly and clearly.

**C.
****TYPES OF TEST: **

1. TESTS BASED ON SCORING SYSTEM

2. TESTS BASED ON METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION

3. TESTS BASED ON SCORE INTERPRETATION

4. TESTS BASED ON THE PURPOSES

5. TESTS BASED ON FUNCTIONS IN FORMAL LEARNING

**AIMS: **

1. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to scoring system exactly.

2. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to test construction exactly

3. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to test interpretation exactly

4. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to test purposes exactly

5. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to test functions in formal learning exactly

**D.
****TYPES OF LANGUAGE TEST**:

1. TESTS BASED ON THE APPROACH APPLIED

2. TESTS BASED ON THE TEST TARGETS:

a. Listening, b. Reading, c. Speaking, d. Writing, e. Pronunciation, f. Vocabulary, g. Grammar

**AIMS:**

1. Students are able to explain clearly the concept of language test.

2. Students are able to explain what to test in language test

3. Students are able to explain the types of test according to their approach to construct.

4. Students are able to differentiate the concepts of test types according to test targets

5. Students are able to construct tests according to test targets.

**E. CRITERIA OF GOOD TESTS: **

**VALIDITY: **

Content validity, Construct validity, Face validity, Concurrent validity, Wash-back validity, Criterion-related validity

RELIABILITY: Test-retest, Parallel test, Split-half test, inter-item analysis, Cronbach Alpha, Kuder-Richardson, Etc.

PRACTICALITY

**AIMS:**

1. Students are able to explain and differentiate the criteria of good tests: validity, reliability, practicality.

2. Students are able to construct test examples that meet criteria of good test

3. Students are able to analyze the test by applying test validity, test reliability, and test practicality.

F. **TEST CONSTRUCTION: **Test design, Test Development, Test Operation

** AIMS:**

1. Students are able to explain what test construction is.

2. Students are able what to test in test construction

3. Students are able to construct tests of any types and for any targets.

G. **TEST ANALYSIS: **

Scoring system

Scoring analysis

Test item analysis

** AIMS:**

1. Students are able to explain what scoring system is

2. Students are able to apply scoring system in their own test

3. Students are able explain what scoring analysis is

4. Students are able to apply scoring analysis in their own test

5. Students are able to explain what test item analysis is

6. Students are able to apply method of test item analysis in their own test: item difficulty, item discrimination, distracter analysis.

**REKAPITULATION**

**TOPIC
A = 1 MEETING**

AIMS:

1. Confidently students are able to explain appropriately exactly the relationship between teaching and learning concepts

2. Confidently, students are able to explain variables related to teaching and learning achievement clearly.

3. Satisfactorily students are able to predict and analyze the problems of commonly found in teaching and learning process completely approximately exactl

**TOPIC
B = 1 MEETING**

AIMS:

1. Students are able to explain the basic concepts of the terms: testing, measurement, evaluation, and assessment correctly and clearly.

2. Students are able to differentiate the basic concepts of the terms: testing, measurement, evaluation, and assessment correctly and clearly.

**TOPIC
C = 3 MEETINGS**

AIMS:

1. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to scoring system exactly.

2. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to test construction exactly

3. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to test interpretation exactly

4. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to test purposes exactly

5. Students are able to explain and differentiate tests according to test functions in formal learning exactly

**TOPIC
D = 5 MEETNGS**

AIMS:

1. Students are able to explain clearly the concept of language test.

2. Students are able to explain what to test in language test

3. Students are able to explain the types of test according to their approach to construct.

4. Students are able to differentiate the concepts of test types according to test targets.

5. Students are able to construct tests according to test targets.

**TOPIC
E = 2 MEETINGS**

AIMS:

1. Students are able to explain and differentiate the criteria of good tests: validity, reliability, practicality.

2. Students are able to construct test examples that meet criteria of good test

3. Students are able to analyze test by applying test validity, test reliability, and test practicality.

**TOPIC
F = 2 MEETINGS**

AIMS:

1. Students are able to explain what test construction is.

2. Students are able what to test in test construction

3. Students are able to construct tests of any types and for any targets.

**TOPIC
G = 2 MEETING**

AIMS:

1. Students are able to explain what scoring system is

2. Students are able to apply scoring system in their own test

3. Students are able explain what scoring analysis is

4. Students are able to apply scoring analysis in their own test

5. Students are able to explain what test item analysis is

6. Students are able to apply method of test item analysis in their own test: item difficulty, item discrimination, distracter analysis

**UTS
&UAS= 2 MEETINGS **

- Teacher: DR. AGUSTINUS SEMIUN,MA