Your students were tested, but the results are below average. Your best students did not do well on the test. Most of the students were getting demotivated because of their test results. Although testing should help in completing the teaching-leaning process, but the results did not meet your learner’s as well as your expectations pedagogically and academically. Obviously, there is a gap between the teaching-learning process and the testing process that should be filled to help the learners in achieving their learning goals. How do you address this gap? How do you incorporate testing in the learning process? Who should take the responsibility of building the bridge between these two processes? What is the best way of addressing and solving this problem? This book is intended for scholars, administrators, and classroom teachers to explore the role of the self-assessment in second/foreign language teaching contexts.You will learn about useful and easy self-assessment techniques.You will also learn how to incorporate them into a course to direct the learners’ focus to their knowledge and skills rather than the grades.