Unit - 13
Objective: Learn to plan an effective teaching/learning process.
Objective: Understand and learn to use assessment to promote and enhance learning.
Unit - 14
Objective: Understand the types of lessons to be planned for Young learners and Teenagers.
Unit - 15
Objective: Understand the importance of using resources effectively.
Lanka TEFL Training Institute (Pvt) Ltd.
OFQUAL UK Regulated/TQUK Endorsed TEFL/TESOL Certificate
Diploma and MA Degree - in Sri Lanka
MA - Testing, Evaluation and Assessment
This module will raise your awareness of key principles in language evaluation. You will look at the full range of formative and summative purposes of testing and assessment in language education and apply them to test design, construction and evaluation, being able to critically evaluate institutional, national and international language examinations. You will create specifically designed tests for relevant institutional contexts and familiarise yourself with new perspectives in testing and assessment. Finally, you will develop pathways into TEA research.
This module carries 30 credits.
Is this course for you?
Experience: Degree. language teaching experience
Language Level: B2/C1 or higher
16 January - 22 March 2023
17 April - 21 June 2023
18 September - 22 November 2023
Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma or MA awarded by University of Chichester
Course Length: 8 weeks (+ 1 week break)
Course fees: £1210
Minimum age: 18
Max class size: 16
Tutor-led and highly interactive
Live and asynchronous eLearning platforms
Specialist ELT eLibrary
Accredited by AQUEDUTO
The key principles of evaluation in language education
The full range of formative and summative purposes of testing and assessment in language education
How to apply the key principles of language test design, construction and evaluation, including developing detailed specifications
How to create tests designed specifically for relevant institutional contexts
New perspectives in testing and assessment, including a variety of ‘authentic’/’alternative’ assessment procedures, including self-assessment, peer assessment and portfolio assessment
How to evaluate institutional, national and international language examinations
How to use basic item analysis and test analysis
How to develop possible pathways into research in ‘TEA’
Assessment (written after completion of the course and supervised at distance by tutors):
A portfolio (50%) containing TWO out of the following three options:
A critical review of a test or exam of significance in your professional context.
An INSET session or sessions for a group of colleagues, dealing with an aspect of TEA covered during the course and of relevance to your needs.
A test or assessment procedure designed to meet a significant need in your workplace
A main assignment of around 3,000 words (50%), developing further an area covered in the course which is of particular interest to you and/or of special relevance to the your workplace/professional context.
Online courses are broken down into individual units and activities, forming a clear structure. Tasks will be interactive, involving voice chat, forums and community walls, and they will utilize a range of multimedia including images, audio files and videos. Participants need a computer, a headset (with microphone) and an Internet connection. You can do much of the course on a tablet or mobile device, but will need a computer for certain activities.
All participants have access to NILE’s extensive ELT e-library and the NILE digital Tasks are interactive, involving live online sessions, forums and community walls, and utilise a range of multimedia including images, audio files and videos.
All NILE’s courses involve a significant element of English language improvement and/or development of language awareness.