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- Full title: Ultrasound of the Foot and Ankle: Diagnostic and Interventional Applications 1st Edition
- Edition: 1st
- Copyright year: 2016
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical
- Author: Nathan Schwartz
- ISBN: 9780071831086, 9783319224220
- Format: PDF
Description of Ultrasound of the Foot and Ankle: Diagnostic and Interventional Applications 1st Edition:
This volume documents international, national, and small-scale testing and assessment projects of English language education for young learners, across a range of educational contexts. It covers three main areas: age-appropriate can do statements’ and task types for teaching and testing learners between the ages of 6 to 13; innovative approaches to self-assessment, diagnostic testing, self- perception, and computer-based testing; and findings on how young learners perform on vocabulary, listening, speaking, pronunciation, and reading comprehension tests in European and Asian contexts. Early language learning has become a major trend in English language education around the globe. As a result of the spread of teaching English to a growing number of young children, assessment of and for learning have emerged as key issues. In line with this development, there is a clear and emerging need to make early language programs accountable and to assess both the progress children make over time and to quantify their achievement at various stages of development. This volume informs stakeholders about the realistic goals of early language learning, their efficiency, and how much progress children make over time.