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Studia Anglica Posnaniensia
The Journal of Adam Mickiewicz University
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Differences Across Levels in the Language of Agency and Ability in Rating Scales for Large-Scale Second Language Writing Assessments

REFERENCES Ahearn, Laura M. 2001. Language and agency. Annual Review of Anthropology 30. 109–137. DOI: 10.1146/annurev.anthro.30.1.109 Alderson, J. Charles. 1991. Bands and scores. In J. Charles Alderson & Brian North (eds.), Language testing in the 1990s: The communicative legacy , 71–86. London: Modern English Publications/British Council. Alderson, J. Charles, Neus Figueras, Henk Kuijper, Guenter Nold, Sauli Takala & Claire Tardieu. 2004. The development of specifications for item development and classification within the Common European

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“Be War in Tyme, Approchis Neir the End”: The Sense of an Ending in the Testament of Cresseid

and the investigation of the apocalypse in the later Middle Ages. In Caroline Bynum & Paul Freedman (eds.), Last things: Death and apocalypse in the Middle Ages, 156-187. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Storm, Melvin. 1993. The intertextual Cressida: Chaucer’s Henryson or Henryson’s Chaucer? Studies in Scottish Literature 28.1. 105-122. Straw, Carole. 2000. Settling scores. Eschatology in the Church of the Martyrs. In Caroline Bynum & Paul Freedman (eds.), Last things: Death and apocalypse in the Middle Ages, 21

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