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Published by Prentice Hall Regents in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in English

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  • Language and languages -- Ability testing -- Congresses.

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    StatementThomas S. Parry, Charles W. Stansfield, editors ; prepared by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics.
    SeriesLanguage in education : theory and practice ;, 74, Language in education ;, 74.
    ContributionsParry, Thomas S., Stansfield, Charles W., ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics., Center for Applied Linguistics., ILR Invitational Symposium on Language Aptitude Testing (1988 : Foreign Service Institute Language School)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP53.4 .L34 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination265 p. :
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1855658M
    ISBN 100135213606
    LC Control Number90007538

      Carroll, J.B. () Cognitive abilities in foreign language aptitude then and now In T Parry & C Stansfield (Eds), Language Aptitude Reconsidered Englewood Cliffs, N J: Prentice Hall Google Scholar Ellis, R. () The structural syllabus and second language acquisition TESOL Quarterly, 27 (1), 91 - Cited by: Language Testing Reconsidered Anyone who is working in, studying or teaching language testing should have a copy of this book. The information, discussions, and reflections offered within the volume address major developments within the field over the past decades, enlivened by .

    Aptitude Tests: Free aptitude practice test questions and answers with explanations. Quantitative aptitude questions & answers with solutions. Aptitude tests . Books in the ACTEXPRESS series are published without the editorial intervention of the University of Ottawa Press. The papers selected for publication in Language Testing Reconsidered were subject to a two-stage blind review process by experts in the field of language testing. Published by the University of Ottawa Press, King Edward Avenue.

    • Language aptitude: Language aptitude is a kind of learning skill, a set of verbal and memory abilities that varies between individuals. Children and adults with high language aptitude tend to be faster second language learners. Language aptitude is thought to be an inherent characteristic. You cannot increase a child’s language aptitude. Underlying this expanded research agenda is the understanding of the differences and similarities between general aptitude (intelligence) and specific components (or factors) of aptitude for language learning (Gardner and Lambert, ; Wesche, Edwards, and Wells, ; see also Dörnyei, , pp. 45–47 for a recent discussion on L2 aptitude.


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Recently, they have. Six of 11 papers presented at a symposium on language aptitude testing are included in this document. "Cognitive Abilities in Foreign Language Aptitude: Then and Now" (John B. Carroll) reconsiders language aptitude testing 30 years after publication of the Modern Language Aptitude Test (MLAT).

Language Testing Reconsidered provides a critical update on major issues that have engaged the field of language testing since its inception.

Anyone who is working in, studying or teaching language testing should have a copy of this book. The information, discussions, and reflections offered within the volume address major developments within the field over the past decades, enlivened by Pages:   Abstract.

The construct of aptitude for language learning began with the work of John Carroll, who conceived of aptitude as a relatively fixed set of attributes that made some people better able to learn a second language than others. Foreign language aptitude was the subject of much research in the s and has been the subject of intermittent research for the last 30 years.

Aptitude is measured by the amount of time it takes an individual to learn. Foreign language aptitude appears to differ from general aptitude or intelligence. One theory states that foreign language aptitude consists of four cognitive abilities: (1 Cited by: 2.

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"Preliminary Investigation of the Relationship Between VORD, MLAT, and Language Proficiency" Cited by: 1. Meara () developed the LLAMA tests as a free, language-neutral, user-friendly suite of aptitude tests incorporating four separate elements: vocabulary learning (LLAMA_B), phonetic (implicit) memory (LLAMA_D), sound-symbol correspondence (LLAMA_E) and grammatical inferencing (LLAMA_F) based on the standardised MLAT tests (Carroll & Sapon ).Cited by: 8.Download Quantitative Aptitude Formulas, Basics Concepts, Shortcuts Tricks, Definitions & Identities (A quick guide for various Govt.

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