Applying Item Response Theory in Language Test Item Bank Building
Peter Lang, 2008 - 194 ページ
Item Response Theory, though it has become a widely recognized tool in language testing research, is still not used frequently in practical language assessment projects. This book intends to provide a theoretical overview as well as to give practical guidance concerning the application of IRT in item bank building in a language testing context by presenting a particular project in a higher education setting.
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