Applying Item Response Theory in Language Test Item Bank Building (Language Testing and Evaluation) (1ST)

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Applying Item Response Theory in Language Test Item Bank Building (Language Testing and Evaluation) (1ST)

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   9
Introduction 11
1. Measurement Theory 13
1.1. General Concerns 13
1.2. Educational Measurement 15
1.3. Classical Test Theory 17
1.3.1. The True Score Model 17
1.3.2. Reliability 19
1.3.3. Validity 23
1.3.4. Traditional Item and Person 29
Statistics
1.3.5. Summary 39
1.4. Item Response Theory (IRT) 40
1.4.1. Central Concepts 40
1.4.2. IRT Assumptions 44
1.4.3. IRT Models 46
1.4.3.1. The One-Parameter Logistic 47
Model裕he Rasch Model
1.4.3.2. The Two-Parameter Logistic Model 48
1.4.3.3. The Three-Parameter Logistic 49
Model
1.4.4. Estimation of Item Difficulty and 52
Person Ability
1.4.5. Model-Data Fit Statistics 53
1.4.6. Practical Applications of IRT Models 56
1.4.7. Problems with IRT 60
1.4.8. Summary 63
1.5. Applications of Measurement Theory in 64
Language Testing
1.5.1. Classical Test Theory in Language 65
Testing
1.5.2. Item Response Theory in Language 67
Testing
2. Building a Language Testing Item Bank at UP 73
2.1. Background 73
2.2. Research Questions 74
2.3. Stages of Development 75
2.3.1. The Beginnings 75
2.3.1.1. Specifications 76
2.3.1.2. Structural Buildup 77
2.3.2. Modifications 84
2.3.3. Evaluation 86
2.4. Stages of Moderation 89
2.4.1. Piloting 89
2.4.2. Applying Classical Test Analysis 91
2.5. Building an Item Bank 99
2.5.1. Applying the Rasch Model 100
2.5.2. Anchoring and Item Calibration 104
2.5.3. Item and Person Fit 117
2.5.4. Data Management 132
2.5.5. Limitations 135
2.6. Taking Stock and Looking Ahead 139
2.6.1. Lessons to Learn 140
2.6.2. Into the Future 142
2.7. Using the UP Data in Further Empirical 145
Research
2.7.1. Stating the problem 145
2.7.2. Research design 147
2.7.3. Results 149
2.7.4. Implications 154
2.7.5. Conclusion 156
Conclusions 159
References 161
Index 173
List of figures and tables 179
Appendices 181