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The Basics of Assessment: Applying Proficiency-Based Approaches to the Classroom
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7/20/2015 to 7/22/2015
When: July 20-22, 2015
Where: Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 
United States

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This workshop will allow language instructors to learn about the basic principles of assessment (reliability, validity, practicality and wash back) and how these principles apply to busy language classrooms. Participants will develop proficiency-based tasks to use with their own students. All participants should bring at least one syllabus and two lesson plans to use in workshop activities.

Workshop Leader: Margaret Malone, Associate Vice President, World Languages and International Programs, Center for Applied Linguistics and Co-Director, Assessment and Evaluation Language Resource Center

- A workshop offered by the Center for Language Education and Research at Michigan State University. 

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