Staff in Applied Linguistics are involved in a range of activities associated with testing which are detailed below. These include: Training in Testing, Research Projects, and Test Development Projects.
Training in testing
Our staff have extensive international experience in running training courses in language testing and assessment. Our current provision includes:
- MA ELT degree with a specialism in English language testing and assessment.
We have linked with the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations for collaborative activities in testing, including the MA ELT degree (Language Testing & Assessment).
Our staff have been involved in international research projects. For more information, please click here.
Test development projects
Our testing staff have been involved in a number of test development projects. For more information on test development, click here.
For many years we ran the very successful Warwick English Language Test (WELT), which was a university entrance test of English language proficiency.
Links to the CEFR and related documents
The Common European Framework of Reference: CEFR
How to familiarise yourself with the CEFR
The Dutch CEF Grid reading and listening
Dialang online diagnostic tests
WebCEF Project to assess oral language proficiency
Links to Testing Pages
Assessing Language Development by CALPER, Pennsylvania State University
C-Test Pages (n German)
Glenn Fulcher's Language Testing Resources
Links to Associations
BAAL SIG Testing Evaluation Assessment