BAAL TEASIG Conference
"Innovative approaches to language testing research"
A one-day conference held at Warwick University on Friday, 18 November 2011.
Brechtje Post (University of Cambridge)
Using acoustic analysis software to analyse L2 pronunciation features
Lynda Taylor (University of Bedfordshire)
Putri Afzan Maria Zulkifli and Peter C-H Cheng (University of Sussex)
Exploring pause analysis and sentence copying to measure language competence: an application of Graphical Protocol Analysis
Suhad Sonbul (University of Nottingham)
How can an innovative priming technique inform vocabulary research?
Karen Dunn (University of Lancaster)
Explaining item difficulty with random item IRT models: an example using vocabulary test data
Ana Pellicer-Sanchez (University of Nottingham)
Jeanine Treffers-Daller (University of Reading) and Tomasz Korybski (University of the West of England)
Measuring language dominance in bilinguals with CLAN
Garrett Byrne (University of Bristol)
Korean and Spanish test-taker attitudes toward task planning time in the TOEFL iBT speaking component
Theodosia Demetriou (University of the West of England)
Predicting IELTS scores using measures of lexical richness