Author: Catherine Seewald/07 January 2014/Categories: Language Policy Unit, Evaluation and assessment
The Manual for Language Test Development and Examining is designed to be complementary to the Manual for Relating language examinations to the CEFR; it focuses on aspects of test development and examining which were not covered in that Manual. It is, in fact, a revised version of an earlier Council of Europe document originally known as a Users’ Guide for Examiners (1996), which was one of several Users’ Guides commissioned by the Council of Europe to accompany the first draft of the CEFR in 1996/7. This Manual has also been translated into French and German.
Work of the European Centre for Modern Languages in the field of language examinations
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