EFL language assessment literacy among Jordanian EFL secondary school teachers

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Sara Mohammad El-Freihat

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The study aims to define EFL language assessment literacy among Jordanian EFL secondary school teachers. The study sample consisted of (214) EFL teachers at Irbid Governorate selected using random sampling method. To achieve the study objectives, a questionnaire consisted of (36) items was distributed on the study sample. The study showed that knowledge level of language assessment among Jordanian EFL teachers was low. The study revealed statistically significant differences in the knowledge level of language assessment among Jordanian EFL teachers due to years of experience, in favor of more than 10 years and due to qualification, in favor of PhD, while there were no statistically significant differences in light of gender. In light of the results the study suggests to pay more attention by university administrations to design training programs able to fulfill the actual needs of EFL pre-service teachers in Jordan.


Keywords: Assessment Literacy, EFL Language.

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Mohammad El-Freihat, S. . (2021). EFL language assessment literacy among Jordanian EFL secondary school teachers. Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 16(5), 2858–2871. https://doi.org/10.18844/cjes.v16i5.6376
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