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Description - Assessing EAP - Theory and Practice for Busy Teachers by Anthony Manning

Assessing EAP: Theory and Practice for Busy Teachers
presents a blend of theory, research and exercises to develop skills in assessment amongst EAP practitioners

It also includes exercises and materials for EAP teachers and assessors to use with students, admissions tutors and other individuals who may need to understand EAP assessments and interpret their results

A great resource that bridges the gap between theory and practice in EAP assessment.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781782602262
ISBN-10: 1782602267
Format: Board book
Pages: 200
Imprint: Garnet Education
Publisher: Garnet Publishing
Publish Date: 24-Oct-2016
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Anthony Manning

Dr Anthony Manning is Dean for Internationalisation at the University of Kent and was formerly Director of the Centre for English and World Languages. Anthony is one of the original creators of the TASK (Transferable Academic Skills Kit) series and he remains one of the main authors of the second edition of this range of books. Also for Garnet, Anthony has written Assessing EAP and English for Language and Linguistics as part of the ESAP series. Anthony has written a number of other books and journal contributions for other publishers. Before joining the University of Kent, Anthony was Assistant Director to what is now the International Study and Language Institute at the University of Reading. Anthony also taught in France, Germany, China and Japan. He has also been a lecturer at a Japanese College situated within the University of Durham, and at an International College in Reading. Anthony has a Doctorate in Education and Applied Linguistics with a focus on language testing. He has delivered seminar papers at ALTE, IATEFL, InForm and BALEAP conferences on the subject of English for academic purposes, language assessment and academic skills development.

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