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Teacher Webinar Series

August 2, 2019

Michigan Language Assessment is launching a new webinar series for teachers. The series begins in August with the webinar 6 Strategies for Developing Listening Skills for the MET.

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Educators and Parents Can Benefit from MET Go! Feedback

July 26, 2019

In part one of this two-part series, we explored how individualized score reports can motivate learners. In part two, we learn how educators and parents can support language learners’ journeys based on the feedback from MET Go!.

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MET Practice Test Books Now Available

July 16, 2019

Michigan Language Assessment is pleased to announce the release of two new practice test books for the MET (Michigan English Test). Each practice book includes four complete practice tests along with everything that is needed to use the tests. The books are available for purchase through the University of Michigan Press

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MET Go! Individualized Score Reports Can Motivate Learners

July 9, 2019

Young teens gathered in a circle look at papers with surprised faces.

MET Go! is the new, multilevel exam for pre- and early-teen learners from Michigan Language Assessment. One key feature that differentiates MET Go! from other exams is the personalized feedback that test takers receive. In part one of this two-part series, we explore how MET Go! individualized score reports can motivate learners and contribute to better language learning.

 

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Center Exam Managers Look Toward the Future

June 24, 2019

Michigan Language Assessment is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but our work is conducted throughout the world. We depend on authorized test centers to administer our exams to language learners who want to prove their English by earning international certifications. Michigan Language Assessment has authorized test centers in more than 35 countries, and each center is supervised by a designated center exam manager (CEM) who acts as the key contact for business operations and training.

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