Browsing Department of Second Language Studies by Subject "Rasch analysis"

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  • Davis, Larry (2008)
    Dictation is commonly used as an integrative test of listening skills, yet relatively little has been published about the psychometric qualities of this format. Moreover, dictation test scores are problematic to analyze ...
  • Youn, Soo Jung (2009)
    The purpose of the present study is to identify L2 speakers’ pragmatic needs in a university EAP program. Based on the needs analysis, target tasks and pragmatic assessment tasks were identified with a specification of ...
  • Miyata, Munehiko (2007)
    This paper presents an analysis of the academic listening test (ALT) utilizing Rasch analysis, which has been utilized as a test development method. Through the analysis this study investigates what has been measured at ...
  • Long, Wenpei; Johnstun, Ann (2009)
    This project intends to reform HELP’s placement test by observing its strengths and weaknesses. This project, contrary to the classical Item Response Theory (IRT), employed the Rasch model (Bond & Fox, 2007) for measurement. ...

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