Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


Assessment has an important role in education and it has a critical role in the teaching process. Through appropriate assessment, teachers can classify and grade their students, give feedback and structure their teaching accordingly. The assessment procedures relate to authenticity, practicality, reliability, validity and wash back, and are considered as the basic principles of assessment in foreign language teaching and learning. In this article they are explained in details.

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