By Christine Compston
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However, I am in agreement with Lynch (1997) in that if denying some test-takers entrance to university or preventing some from accessing speciﬁc social and economic resources is considered harmful, no high-stakes test would be considered moral at all. An interesting point to contemplate though is that tests are regarded as a means for ﬁnding differences in abilities but they do not create those differences (Lynch, 1997). I and possibly many language testers believe that achieving fairness is not an easy task because we should base our understanding and analysis on contradictory strategies for considering fairness from different stakeholders’ perspectives including taxpayers, education department ofﬁcials, businessmen, political parties and governments (Alderson & Banerjee, 2002).
A range of assessment approaches and multiple measures allows students to show their knowledge in many ways, and can reveal a composite picture of student learning (Earl & Katz, 2006). Most of these multiple measures can take the form of alternative assessment methods, which the author argues might be the best way to achieve language assessment ethicality for ESL/EFL students. After discussing assessment literacy and ethicality of language testing and assessment, let us investigate the possibility of the influence of language assessment literacy on language assessment ethicality.
Ismael method. Another distinguishing characteristic is related to the assessor’s relationship with the assessed. Positivist testers prize objectivity, with the assessor remaining neutral and disinterested in the object of inquiry. But interpretivist testers ﬁnd it impossible to separate facts from the subjectivity of values in relation to people and the social world. Thus, the abilities that an assessor tries to assess are seen as socially constructed not as external and independent of the assessor (Lynch & Shaw, 2005).
A Teacher's Guide to The American Revolution: A History in Documents (Pages from History) by Christine Compston