How well do L2 Turkish learners adapt to the requirements of the new social context Native Speakers Evaluations



How well do various assessment practices of the preparatory year english program predict the success of students for TOEFL ITP (Institutional Testing Program)? A Case study at TOBB University of Economics and Techonology Department of Foreign Languages
Doğru, Şeyma; Çopur, Deniz; Department of Foreign Language Education (2013)
Students studying in the preparatory program at TOBB ETU are assessed with various assessment practices (placement test, midterms, quizzes, and readers) and required to pass TOEFL ITP test to start their undergraduate education in their departments. However, how well these assessment practices predict students' performance in TOEFL ITP is a question that needs to be investigated. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to find out the relationship among in-house assessment practices and TOEFL ITP. Moreover,...
How effective is SCR when the association is measured with Copulas
Hasgül, Etkin; Kestel, Sevtap Ayşe; Yıldırak, Şahap Kasırga (null; 2015-11-01)
How Sensitive Are Estimates of Working Children and Child Labor to Definitions? A Comparative Analysis
Dayıoğlu Tayfur, Meltem (2012-01-01)
How prepared individuals and communities are for evacuation in tsunami prone areas in Europe? Findings from the ASTARTE EU Programme
Lavigne, Frank; Grancher, Delphine; Goeldner Gianella, Lydie; Karancı, Ayşe Nuray; Doğulu, Nilay; Kânoğlu, Utku; Ve, Diğerleri (2016-04-17)
Understanding social vulnerability to tsunamis provides risk managers with the required information to determine whether individuals have the capacity to evacuate, and therefore to take mitigation measures to protect their communities. In the frame of the EU programme ASTARTE (Assessment, STrategy And Risk reduction for Tsunamis in Europe), we conducted a questionnaire-based survey among 1,661 people from 41 nationalities living in, working in, or visiting 10 Test Sites from 9 different countries. The quest...
How are high school students epistemological beliefs related to their goal orientations
Kadıoğlu, Cansel; Uzuntiryaki, Esen; Çapa Aydın, Yeşim (null; 2011-09-09)
Literature reveals that epistemological beliefs and goal orientations affect students’ strategy use and learning in turn. When students set mastery goals they are expected to use more advance strategies such as elaboration and critical thinking and develop conceptual understandi ng . In order to support meaningful learning, the relationship between epistemological beliefs and goal orientations needed to be defined clearly. This study was conducted to examine the relationship between two sets of variables: e...
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