Indubitably, the terms “testing” and “assessment” are emotionally loaded because they carry negative connotations, as far as students and parents are concerned.
According to Nunan (2001), ‘[s]yllabus design is concerned with the selection, sequencing and justification of the content of the curriculum’.
There is no denying that the term disadvantage evokes images of poverty, disability, and lack of potential; to be at a disadvantage means to be discriminated against and looked down on.
Indisputably, language is a social institution, both shaping and shaped by society at large, or in particular the ‘cultural niches’ (Eleanor Armour-Thomas & Sharon-ann Gopaul-McNicol, 1998) in which it plays an important role.
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