Bronnen - gratis handleidingen en referentiematerialen

ALTE heeft veel handleidingen en referentiematerialen ontwikkeld, in verschillende talen. Deze kunnen allemaal gratis worden gedownload. 

Edities in bijkomende talen:

Wij zouden onze bronnen in zoveel mogelijk talen willen aanbieden. Als u in staat bent om een versie van een document in een andere taal aan te leveren, neem dan contact op met het ALTE- secretariaat.


Manual for Language Test Development and Examining

De Manual for Language Test Development and Examining (2011) werd samengesteld door ALTE in opdracht van de afdeling Taalbeleid van de Raad van Europa. Deze handleiding moet worden gebruikt met het ERK en is beschikbaar in het BaskischNederlands, Frans en Duits.



Guidelines for the Development of Language for Specific Purposes Tests

De Guidelines for the Development of Language for Specific Purposes Tests (2018) werd samengesteld door ALTE als een aanvulling bij de Manual for Language Test Development and Examining (2011, Nederlandse vertaling 2017). De publicatie werd gecoördineerd door de LSP-SIG.


Language tests for access, integration and citizenship: an outline for policy makers

This booklet (2016) was produced by the LAMI SIG on behalf of the Language Policy Unit of the Council of Europe. It is currently also available in Italian and Finnish.

You might also be interested in the provisional report produced on the 2018 Council of Europe and ALTE survey on language and knowledge of society policies for migrants.


Multilingual Glossary of Language Testing Terms

ALTE's multilingual glossary (1998) has a particularly significant role to play in encouraging the development of language testing in less widely taught languages by establishing terms which may be new alongside their well-known equivalents in the commonly used languages. The glossary contains entries in 10 languages: Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Irish, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. This volume will be of use to many working in the context of European languages who are involved in testing and assessment.

Relating Language Examinations to the CEFR: A Manual

ALTE heeft bijgedragen tot de Raad van Europa's Manual for Relating Language Examinations to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR) en heeft checklijsten voor de inhoudelijke analyse ontwikkeld, de zogenaamde Content Analysis Grids (2014) voor spreken, (schriftelijke analyse en schriftelijke presentatie). Deze zijn allemaal beschikbaar op de website van de Raad van Europa.

Minimumstandaarden

ALTE has established a set of common standards for its members’ exams (2007), which cover all stages of the language testing process: test development; task and item writing; test administration; marking and grading; reporting of test results; test analysis; and reporting of findings.  See our Setting Standards page for more information. Our 17 Minimum Standards are available in a range of languages. 



Procedures for Auditing (PfA)

The PfA (latest version - October 2019) was produced by the QMS Working Group and contains all the detailed procedures for auditors and for organisations being audited.


ALTE Framework

The ALTE Framework (latest version - April 2019) shows whether an exam of our member organisations has the Q-Mark, following a successful audit. The Q-Mark is a quality indicator which ALTE Members can use to show that their exams have passed a rigorous ALTE audit and meet the 17 ALTE Minimum Standards (see below). The Q-Mark allows test users to be confident that an exam is backed by appropriate processes, criteria and standards.

Checklists voor de inhoudelijke analyse

De development and descriptive checklists voor taken en toetsen (2001):

General Checklist

Reading Checklist

Writing Checklist

Listening Checklist

Speaking Checklist

Structural Competence Checklist

Code of Practice

ALTE's Code of Practice (1994) bevat nuttige richtlijnen voor taaltoetsing. Het is beschikbaar in meerdere talen.

Български

Català

Cymraeg


ALTE Can Do Project

The ALTE "Can Do" project developed and validated a set of performance-related scales, describing what learners can actually do in a language (2002).
The project contributed greatly to the development of the CEFR and is acknowledged in Appendix D of the 2001 CEFR document.
The Can Do Statements are available in the following languages:

ALTE Materials for the guidance of test item writers

Deze materialen (2005) werden ontwikkeld om training te geven aan iedereen die betrokken is bij om het even welk deel van het ontwikkelingsproces, het schrijven, de afname en rapportering van de resultaten van een toets die gebruikt wordt om een vreemde taal te toetsen.


Bibliography of ALTE Members' Work

ALTE has collated references of papers, journal articles, books, etc., written by representatives of ALTE member organisations. Current version: January 2019.



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