The Washback Effect of CET Spoken English Test Upon College English Teaching

Wenyuan ZHUO

Abstract


The paper is an attempt to probe into the washback effect of CET (National College English Test) Spoken English Test (CET-SET) on College English (CE) teaching and learning by adopting a descriptive research method, which is of innovative and positive significance. The results of the research may be helpful to improve CET SET and make it better help students enhance their oral proficiency.


Keywords


CET-SET; Washback; College English teaching and learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9241

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