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Tag Archives: foreign language testing
I’ve been curious lately about the meaning of the results from foreign language exams. I used the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) as the main rubric and found the equivalent levels given by the ACTFL (American Council … Continue reading
Foreign language testing got my attention when I read the article “Trained Interpreters Can Help Prevent Medical Errors” on NPR, specifically this section: In order to pass training in medical interpretation at the Northern Virginia Health Education Center, students must … Continue reading