What are the challenges in testing language proficiency and academic skills? Body language, the power is in the palm 1 day ago   34:37

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Sarah Unsworth and Sian Morgan reflect on the overlap between academic literacy and language proficiency in testing at CEFR B2 level and above.

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Body language, the power is in the palm What are the challenges in testing language proficiency and academic skills? 1 day ago   14:30

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