Assessment Of Student Learning 2

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  • 1. 

    What assessment is it when a teacher asks their students if the understand the information?

    • A.

      Summative Assessment

    • B.

      Formative Assessment

    • C.

      Performance Assessment

    • D.

      Authentic Assessment

    Correct Answer
    B. Formative Assessment
    Explanation
    Formative assessment is the correct answer because it refers to the process of gathering feedback and information about students' understanding and progress during the learning process. In this case, the teacher is asking the students if they understand the information, which is a formative assessment strategy aimed at identifying areas where students may need additional support or clarification. This type of assessment helps teachers make informed instructional decisions and provide timely feedback to students to enhance their learning.

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  • 2. 

    Which assessment is it when you apply what you have just learned?

    • A.

      Performance Assessment

    • B.

      Formative Assessment

    • C.

      Authentic Assessment

    • D.

      Summative Assessment

    Correct Answer
    C. Authentic Assessment
    Explanation
    Authentic assessment is the most suitable option as it involves applying newly acquired knowledge and skills in real-world contexts. This type of assessment focuses on evaluating a student's ability to transfer their learning to practical situations, rather than just regurgitating information. It encourages critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity, providing a more comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. Therefore, authentic assessment aligns with the idea of applying what has been learned, making it the correct choice in this scenario.

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  • 3. 

    Which assessment requires students to demonstrate their knowledge through performing specific tasks?

    • A.

      Performance Assessment

    • B.

      Formative Assessment

    • C.

      Authentic Assessment

    • D.

      Summative Assessment

    Correct Answer
    A. Performance Assessment
    Explanation
    Performance assessment requires students to demonstrate their knowledge through performing specific tasks. This type of assessment focuses on evaluating students' ability to apply their knowledge and skills in real-world situations or practical tasks. It often involves activities such as presentations, projects, experiments, or simulations. Performance assessments provide a more comprehensive and authentic measure of students' understanding and abilities compared to traditional assessments that rely solely on tests or quizzes.

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  • 4. 

    Choose which is appropriate for this definition. Engaging in a process that is designed to provide information that will help us make a judgment.

    • A.

      Assessment

    • B.

      Evaluation

    • C.

      Measurement

    • D.

      Performance

    Correct Answer
    B. Evaluation
    Explanation
    Evaluation is the most appropriate choice for this definition because it involves engaging in a process that provides information to make a judgment. Evaluation typically involves gathering data, analyzing it, and making a judgment or conclusion based on the findings. It is a systematic and objective process that is designed to provide information and feedback to help make informed decisions or judgments.

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  • 5. 

    Which electronic tool is not used to assess students?

    • A.

      Spreadsheet

    • B.

      Microsoft Word

    • C.

      Mean (Average) Score

    • D.

      Standard Deviation

    Correct Answer
    B. Microsoft Word
    Explanation
    Microsoft Word is a word processing tool and is not specifically designed for assessing students. It is primarily used for creating and editing documents, such as essays, reports, and letters. On the other hand, a spreadsheet can be used to create gradebooks or assessment rubrics, and it allows for calculations and data analysis. Mean (Average) Score and Standard Deviation are statistical measures that are commonly used in assessing student performance and analyzing data. Therefore, Microsoft Word is the electronic tool that is not used to assess students.

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  • 6. 

    Which of the following would be considered a summative assessment?

    • A.

      Science Quiz

    • B.

      Personality Test

    • C.

      Rubric for multimedia project

    • D.

      Standardized Reading Test

    Correct Answer
    D. Standardized Reading Test
    Explanation
    A summative assessment is typically used to evaluate a student's overall understanding and mastery of a subject at the end of a unit or course. It is designed to measure the learning outcomes and is often graded. Out of the given options, a standardized reading test is the most appropriate example of a summative assessment as it assesses a student's reading abilities and comprehension skills on a standardized scale, providing a final evaluation of their performance in this specific area.

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  • 7. 

    What is the primary purpose of assessments?

    • A.

      Inform parents of student progress

    • B.

      Provide feedback to help students succeed

    • C.

      Allow schools to compare progress

    • D.

      Enable teachers to test strategies

    Correct Answer
    B. Provide feedback to help students succeed
    Explanation
    The primary purpose of assessments is to provide feedback to help students succeed. Assessments allow teachers to evaluate students' understanding and identify areas of improvement. By providing feedback, students can understand their strengths and weaknesses, enabling them to focus on areas that require further attention. This feedback helps students make necessary adjustments to their learning strategies and ultimately leads to their overall success.

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  • 8. 

    Which target area is addressed with a test about the periodic table?

    • A.

      Knowledge

    • B.

      Reasoning

    • C.

      Performance

    • D.

      Disposition

    Correct Answer
    C. Performance
    Explanation
    A test about the periodic table would address the target area of Performance. This is because the periodic table is a fundamental tool in the field of chemistry, and being able to understand and apply its concepts and principles is a measure of one's performance in that subject.

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  • 9. 

    Which target area is generally assessed using a rubric?

    • A.

      Knowledge

    • B.

      Reasoning

    • C.

      Performance

    • D.

      Disposition

    Correct Answer
    C. Performance
    Explanation
    Performance is generally assessed using a rubric. A rubric is a scoring tool that outlines specific criteria and levels of achievement for a particular task or assignment. It provides a clear and objective way to evaluate an individual's performance in areas such as presentations, projects, or performances. Rubrics typically include detailed descriptions of what is expected at different levels of proficiency, allowing for a fair and consistent assessment of performance.

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  • 10. 

    Surveys and questionnaires are useful for measuring which target area?

    • A.

      Knowledge

    • B.

      Reasoning

    • C.

      Performance

    • D.

      Disposition

    Correct Answer
    D. Disposition
    Explanation
    Surveys and questionnaires are useful for measuring individuals' disposition. Disposition refers to a person's inherent qualities of mind and character, including their attitudes, beliefs, and personality traits. By using surveys and questionnaires, researchers can gather data on individuals' disposition, allowing them to understand their predispositions, preferences, and tendencies. This information can be valuable in various fields, such as psychology, market research, and social sciences, as it provides insights into people's behaviors and decision-making processes.

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  • 11. 

    Ms. Jo asked Mr. Dan to review the questions on her social studies quiz. What type of measure was she worried about?

    • A.

      Stability Reliability

    • B.

      Content Validity

    • C.

      Internal Consistency

    • D.

      Construct Validity

    Correct Answer
    B. Content Validity
    Explanation
    Ms. Jo was worried about the content validity of her social studies quiz. Content validity refers to the extent to which the questions on a test or assessment represent the specific content or subject matter that is intended to be measured. In this case, Ms. Jo wanted to ensure that the questions on her quiz accurately assessed the knowledge and understanding of the social studies content she had taught.

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  • 12. 

    Which of the following statements is True?

    • A.

      If a test is valid, it is generally reliable.

    • B.

      If a test is reliable, it is generally valid.

    Correct Answer
    A. If a test is valid, it is generally reliable.
    Explanation
    If a test is valid, it means that it accurately measures what it is intended to measure. Reliability, on the other hand, refers to the consistency of the test results. The statement "If a test is valid, it is generally reliable" is true because if a test is measuring something accurately, it is more likely to produce consistent and reliable results. However, the statement "If a test is reliable, it is generally valid" cannot be assumed as true because a test can be consistent in producing results but may not necessarily be measuring what it is intended to measure accurately.

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  • 13. 

    Mr. Abbot noted that all of the students in his class who scored high on Reading also scored high on the Verbal section of the NAT. What type of validity was he measuring?

    • A.

      Content

    • B.

      Criterion

    • C.

      Construct

    • D.

      Reliability

    Correct Answer
    B. Criterion
    Explanation
    The explanation for the correct answer, Criterion, is that Mr. Abbot was measuring the validity of the NAT test by comparing the scores of the students on the Reading section with their scores on the Verbal section. This type of validity, known as criterion validity, assesses the extent to which a test accurately predicts or correlates with a specific criterion or outcome. In this case, the criterion is the Verbal section scores, and Mr. Abbot found that high scores on the Reading section were consistently associated with high scores on the Verbal section, indicating a strong criterion validity.

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  • 14. 

    Why is it important for teachers to understand reliability and validity?

    • A.

      So they can determine the reliability and validity measures for each quiz

    • B.

      So they can interpret test scores and help parents interpret the scores.

    • C.

      Because the school district requires a report of the parameters of all assessments.

    Correct Answer
    B. So they can interpret test scores and help parents interpret the scores.
    Explanation
    It is important for teachers to understand reliability and validity so that they can interpret test scores accurately. Reliability refers to the consistency and stability of the assessment results, while validity refers to the extent to which the assessment measures what it intends to measure. By understanding these concepts, teachers can evaluate the quality of the assessments they use and ensure that the scores are meaningful and reliable. This knowledge also enables them to effectively communicate the scores to parents, helping them understand their child's performance and make informed decisions about their education.

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  • 15. 

    Which target area is addressed by the following benchmark in the division standards? "Student selects and uses a variety of appropriate reference materials to gather information for research projects."

    • A.

      Knowledge

    • B.

      Reasoning

    • C.

      Performance

    • D.

      Disposition

    Correct Answer
    C. Performance
    Explanation
    The benchmark "Student selects and uses a variety of appropriate reference materials to gather information for research projects" addresses the target area of Performance. This means that the benchmark is assessing the student's ability to effectively and efficiently gather information for research projects by utilizing a range of suitable reference materials. The focus is on the student's actual performance and their ability to demonstrate the necessary skills in this specific area.

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  • 16. 

    Which target area is addressed by the following benchmark in the division standards? The student knows the various forms in which energy comes to Earth from the Sun

    • A.

      Knowledge

    • B.

      Reasoning

    • C.

      Performance

    • D.

      Disposition

    Correct Answer
    A. Knowledge
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Knowledge because the benchmark is about understanding the different forms of energy that come to Earth from the Sun. This requires factual knowledge and understanding of the topic.

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  • 17. 

    Which target area is addressed by the following benchmark in the state standards? The student measures quantities in the real world and uses the measures to solve problems.

    • A.

      Knowledge

    • B.

      Reasoning

    • C.

      Performance

    • D.

      Disposition

    Correct Answer
    C. Performance
    Explanation
    The benchmark mentioned in the question focuses on the student's ability to measure quantities in the real world and use those measurements to solve problems. This indicates that the target area being addressed is "Performance." This means that the student is expected to actively demonstrate their skills and abilities in applying measurement concepts to real-world situations.

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  • 18. 

    A teacher created two forms of the final exam so that students sitting next to each other could not look at their neighbor's test. What sort of reliability evidence might she gather to make sure they are equal assessments? 

    • A.

      Stability Reliability

    • B.

      Alternate form reliability 

    • C.

      Internal consistency

    Correct Answer
    B. Alternate form reliability 
    Explanation
    To ensure that the two forms of the final exam are equal assessments, the teacher could gather evidence of alternate form reliability. This involves administering both forms of the exam to a group of students and then comparing the scores between the two forms. If the scores are highly correlated, it suggests that the two forms are measuring the same construct and are therefore equivalent. This would provide evidence that the two forms are equally reliable and can be used interchangeably.

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  • 19. 

    Your principal has asked that you create a chart showing that all of the quiz items are related to the iiH Standards. What type of validity is he investigating?

    • A.

      Content

    • B.

      Construct

    • C.

      Criterion

    • D.

      Reliability

    Correct Answer
    A. Content
    Explanation
    The principal is investigating content validity. Content validity refers to the extent to which a test measures the specific content or knowledge domain it is intended to measure. In this case, the principal wants to ensure that all of the quiz items are related to the iiH Standards, indicating that the test is measuring the relevant content accurately.

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  • 20. 

    Check the ones that are controlled activities. (Check all that apply)

    • A.

      Bingo

    • B.

      Brainstorming

    • C.

      Role Play

    • D.

      A drill with flash cards

    • E.

      An information gap

    • F.

      A dialogue

    • G.

      A debate

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Bingo
    C. Role Play
    D. A drill with flash cards
    E. An information gap
    F. A dialogue
    Explanation
    The activities that can be considered as controlled activities are those that have a specific structure or guidelines to follow. Bingo, role play, a drill with flash cards, an information gap, and a dialogue can all be controlled activities because they can be planned and organized with specific rules or instructions. These activities provide a structured environment for participants to engage in and allow for a certain level of control in terms of the content and outcomes.

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  • 21. 

    The students are practicing a dialogue.  Now the teacher asks the students to try the dialogue again, but to insert their personal information instead.  What kind of activity is this?

    • A.

      A semi-controlled activity

    • B.

      A controlled activity

    • C.

      An uncontrolled activity

    Correct Answer
    A. A semi-controlled activity
    Explanation
    This activity is called a semi-controlled activity because the students are given some freedom to personalize the dialogue by inserting their personal information, but they still have a structure and guidelines to follow. It is not completely uncontrolled as there are specific instructions given by the teacher, but it is also not as rigidly controlled as a fully controlled activity where students have no room for personalization.

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  • 22. 

    The students of Mrs. Valino are very noisy. To keep them busy, they were given any test available in the classroom and then the results were graded as a way to punish them. Which statement best explains if the practice is acceptable or not?

    • A.

      The practice is acceptable because the students behaved well when they were given a test.

    • B.

      The practice is not acceptable because it violates the principle of reliability.

    • C.

      The practice is not acceptable because it violates the principle of validity.

    • D.

      The practice is acceptable since the test results are graded.

    Correct Answer
    C. The practice is not acceptable because it violates the principle of validity.
    Explanation
    The given correct answer explains that the practice of giving the students a test to keep them busy and then grading the results as a form of punishment is not acceptable because it violates the principle of validity. The principle of validity states that a test should measure what it is intended to measure. In this case, the test is being used as a punishment rather than as an assessment of the students' knowledge or skills, which goes against the purpose of the test and undermines its validity.

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  • 23. 

    A controlled activity focuses only on the target language.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    A controlled activity refers to a language learning task or exercise that is carefully structured and controlled by the teacher. In this type of activity, the focus is solely on the target language, meaning that learners are encouraged to use and practice the specific language being taught without distractions or deviations. Therefore, the statement that a controlled activity focuses only on the target language is true.

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  • 24. 

    A controlled activity allows the student some freedom when producing the language.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    A controlled activity does not allow the student freedom when producing the language. It refers to an activity where the student is given specific guidelines and structures to follow, limiting their ability to express themselves freely. In controlled activities, the focus is on practicing specific language forms or structures, rather than encouraging creativity or personal expression. Therefore, the correct answer is false.

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  • 25. 

    Brainstorming is a semi-controlled activity.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Brainstorming is a semi-controlled activity because while it encourages free thinking and creativity, it also follows certain guidelines and structures to ensure productive outcomes. Participants are encouraged to share ideas without judgment or criticism, but there are usually time limits, facilitators, and rules to keep the session focused and on track. This balance between freedom and structure makes brainstorming a semi-controlled activity.

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  • 26. 

    The teacher has written the target language on the board.  The teacher is using flashcards to do a substitution drill.  What kind of activity is this?

    • A.

      A controlled activity

    • B.

      A semi-controlled activity

    • C.

      Ab uncontrolled activity

    Correct Answer
    A. A controlled activity
    Explanation
    This activity is classified as a controlled activity because the teacher has written the target language on the board and is using flashcards to do a substitution drill. In a controlled activity, the teacher has control over the language being practiced and provides clear instructions and structure for the students to follow. The use of flashcards and the substitution drill format further indicate that the activity is focused on controlled practice and repetition of the target language.

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  • 27. 

    An uncontrolled activity comes early in the lesson to practice the target language.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because an uncontrolled activity typically comes towards the end of a lesson to provide students with an opportunity to practice the target language in a more relaxed and creative way. It allows them to apply what they have learned in a less structured setting and encourages fluency and spontaneity. Starting the lesson with an uncontrolled activity would not be effective as students may not have sufficient knowledge or understanding of the target language yet.

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  • 28. 

    An uncontrolled activity gives the students complete freedom in producing the language.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    An uncontrolled activity in language learning refers to an activity where students have the freedom to produce language without any restrictions or guidance from the teacher. This means that they can express themselves freely and use the language in a way that feels natural to them. This type of activity encourages creativity, autonomy, and active engagement from the students, allowing them to develop their language skills in a more authentic and meaningful way. Therefore, the statement "An uncontrolled activity gives the students complete freedom in producing the language" is true.

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  • 29. 

    At the end of class, the students talk about their weekend plans.  What kind of activity is this?

    • A.

      A controlled activity

    • B.

      A semi-controlled activity

    • C.

      An uncontrolled activity

    Correct Answer
    C. An uncontrolled activity
    Explanation
    This activity is classified as an uncontrolled activity because there is no specific structure or guidelines in place for the students to follow while discussing their weekend plans. The conversation is likely to be spontaneous and free-flowing, allowing the students to express themselves without any restrictions or limitations.

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  • 30. 

    A debate is a controlled activity.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    A debate is not a controlled activity. It is an open and free-flowing discussion where participants express their opinions and arguments on a given topic. There are guidelines and rules to ensure fairness and respect, but the nature of a debate is to encourage different viewpoints and allow participants to challenge each other's ideas. Therefore, the statement that a debate is a controlled activity is incorrect.

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  • 31. 

    Determine which of the following assessment activities/strategies are authentic. (Check all that apply)

    • A.

      Dramatizing a story

    • B.

      Writing business letters for various purposes

    • C.

      Administering a multiple choice test

    • D.

      Requiring memorization of historical facts

    • E.

      Keeping and updating a portfolio

    • F.

      Drawing the parts of a microscope

    • G.

      Writing the multiplication tables 7,8,9

    • H.

      Submitting a report on observation of insects in a field trip.

    • I.

      Interviewing the barangay chairman about the problems in the community and reporting on the findings

    • J.

      Providing the answers to a filling blanks assignment

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Dramatizing a story
    B. Writing business letters for various purposes
    C. Administering a multiple choice test
    E. Keeping and updating a portfolio
    I. Interviewing the barangay chairman about the problems in the community and reporting on the findings
    Explanation
    The assessment activities/strategies that are considered authentic in this question are: dramatizing a story, writing business letters for various purposes, administering a multiple choice test, keeping and updating a portfolio, and interviewing the barangay chairman about the problems in the community and reporting on the findings. These activities involve real-world tasks and require students to demonstrate their understanding and skills in meaningful contexts.

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  • 32. 

    Ms. Ricafort uses alternative methods of assessment. Which of the following will she not likely use?

    • A.

      Multiple Choice Test

    • B.

      Reflective Journal Writing

    • C.

      Oral Presentation

    • D.

      Developing Portfolios

    Correct Answer
    A. Multiple Choice Test
    Explanation
    Ms. Ricafort uses alternative methods of assessment, which suggests that she does not rely on traditional methods such as multiple choice tests. Instead, she may prefer more interactive and reflective methods like oral presentations, developing portfolios, and reflective journal writing. These methods allow students to demonstrate their understanding and critical thinking skills in a more comprehensive and personalized way, compared to the limited options provided by multiple choice tests.

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  • 33. 

    How is assessment related to a course's learning objectives?

    • A.

      Assessment and learning objectives are essentially the same thing.

    • B.

      The learning objectives are based on the way the students are assessed.

    • C.

      Teachers use assessment to ensure a course's learning objectives are met.

    • D.

      They are not at all related to one another.

    Correct Answer
    C. Teachers use assessment to ensure a course's learning objectives are met.
    Explanation
    Assessment and learning objectives are related because teachers use assessment to ensure that the course's learning objectives are met. Assessment is the process of evaluating students' knowledge and skills, while learning objectives are the specific goals or outcomes that students are expected to achieve. By assessing students' performance, teachers can determine whether the learning objectives have been achieved and make any necessary adjustments to instruction or curriculum. Therefore, assessment is a tool that teachers use to ensure that the course's learning objectives are being met.

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  • 34. 

    For mastery learning, which type of testing will be most fit?

    • A.

      Formative testing

    • B.

      Aptitude testing

    • C.

      Criterion-reference testing

    • D.

      Norm-reference testing

    Correct Answer
    A. Formative testing
    Explanation
    Mastery learning focuses on the continuous assessment of students' progress and providing them with targeted feedback to improve their understanding and skills. Formative testing, also known as diagnostic testing, is the most suitable type of testing for mastery learning. It allows teachers to gather information about students' strengths and weaknesses, identify areas that need improvement, and adjust instruction accordingly. This type of testing provides ongoing feedback and helps students track their own progress, making it an ideal fit for mastery learning.

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  • 35. 

    The distance of the scores from the mean is called ________.

    • A.

      Mean

    • B.

      Mode

    • C.

      Deviation

    • D.

      Range

    Correct Answer
    C. Deviation
    Explanation
    The distance of the scores from the mean is called deviation. Deviation measures how much each score in a data set differs from the mean. It tells us how spread out the data is from the average. A positive deviation means the score is above the mean, while a negative deviation means the score is below the mean. By calculating the deviations for each score, we can analyze the variability and distribution of the data.

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  • 36. 

    Teacher G's lesson objective has something to do with the skills of synthesizing. Which behavioral term is most appropriate?

    • A.

      Appraise

    • B.

      Test

    • C.

      Assess

    • D.

      Theorize

    Correct Answer
    D. Theorize
    Explanation
    The term "Theorize" is the most appropriate behavioral term in this context because it aligns with the objective of synthesizing skills. Theorizing involves the ability to combine different ideas or concepts to form a new understanding or theory. In this case, Teacher G's lesson objective likely involves encouraging students to analyze and integrate information from various sources to develop their own theories or hypotheses.

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  • 37. 

    Which of the following methods would improve the validity and reliability of an examinations?

    • A.

      Giving weights to the items for scoring

    • B.

      Giving long essay test items

    • C.

      Providing time allotment for each item

    • D.

      Providing hints in answering the test items

    Correct Answer
    A. Giving weights to the items for scoring
    Explanation
    Giving weights to the items for scoring would improve the validity and reliability of an examination because it allows for a more accurate assessment of the test taker's knowledge and skills. By assigning different weights to each item, the importance and difficulty of each question can be taken into account when calculating the final score. This helps to ensure that the exam is measuring what it intends to measure and that the results are consistent and reliable.

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  • 38. 

    What is the advantage of using computers in processing test results?

    • A.

      Its statistical computation is accurate.

    • B.

      Test results can easily be assessed.

    • C.

      All of these

    • D.

      Its processing takes shorter period of time.

    Correct Answer
    A. Its statistical computation is accurate.
    Explanation
    The advantage of using computers in processing test results is that their statistical computation is accurate. Computers are able to perform complex calculations and statistical analysis with precision, ensuring that the test results are reliable and free from human error. This accuracy is crucial in fields such as research, healthcare, and education where the interpretation of test results can have significant implications.

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  • 39. 

    In order to attain his learning targets, Teacher Roy de Mesa uses a variety of assessment methods such as e.g. multiple choice, oral exam, essay etc. Under which principle of high quality classroom assessment did he embody?

    • A.

      Clarity and appropriateness

    • B.

      Validity

    • C.

      Appropriateness of methods

    • D.

      Balance

    Correct Answer
    A. Clarity and appropriateness
    Explanation
    Teacher Roy de Mesa embodies the principle of clarity and appropriateness in his classroom assessment. By using a variety of assessment methods such as multiple choice, oral exams, and essays, he ensures that the assessments are clear and appropriate for measuring his students' learning targets. This principle emphasizes the importance of using assessment methods that align with the learning objectives and are easily understood by the students. By doing so, Teacher Roy creates a fair and effective assessment system that accurately measures his students' progress and understanding.

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  • 40. 

    Measuring the work done by a gravitational force as a learning task is what level of cognition?

    • A.

      Evaluation

    • B.

      Application

    • C.

      Knowledge

    • D.

      Comprehension

    Correct Answer
    D. Comprehension
    Explanation
    Comprehension is the level of cognition that involves understanding and interpreting information. In this context, measuring the work done by a gravitational force requires understanding the concept of work and how it relates to gravitational force. It involves applying knowledge of gravitational force and work to analyze and interpret the situation. Therefore, comprehension is the appropriate level of cognition for this learning task.

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  • 41. 

    Mr. Fernandez is judging the accuracy of these statements. Which statements will he consider as correct? (Check all that apply.)

    • A.

      Test is a tool to measure a trait.

    • B.

      Measurement is the process of qualifying a given trait

    • C.

      Assessment is the gathering of quantitative and qualitative data.

    • D.

      Evaluation is the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data for decision making.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Test is a tool to measure a trait.
    C. Assessment is the gathering of quantitative and qualitative data.
    D. Evaluation is the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data for decision making.
    Explanation
    Mr. Fernandez will consider the following statements as correct:

    - Test is a tool to measure a trait: This statement is accurate as a test is commonly used to measure or assess a specific trait or characteristic.

    - Assessment is the gathering of quantitative and qualitative data: This statement is correct as assessment involves collecting both quantitative and qualitative data to evaluate a person's performance or progress.

    - Evaluation is the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data for decision making: This statement is accurate as evaluation involves analyzing the collected data to make informed decisions or judgments.

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  • 42. 

    Which of the following is a tool for evaluating personal social adjustment of students?

    • A.

      All of these

    • B.

      Sociometry

    • C.

      Observable checklist

    • D.

      Interview guide

    Correct Answer
    B. Sociometry
    Explanation
    Sociometry is a tool for evaluating personal social adjustment of students. It is a method that measures the social relationships and interactions within a group. It helps to assess how well students are adjusting to their social environment, their level of acceptance by peers, and their overall social integration. Sociometry involves collecting data through surveys, questionnaires, and observations to analyze the social dynamics and relationships within a group or classroom setting. This tool provides valuable insights into the social adjustment of students and can be used to identify areas where additional support or intervention may be needed.

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  • 43. 

    Which of the following test items can effectively measure HOTS cognitive learning objectives?

    • A.

      Extended essay test

    • B.

      Completion test

    • C.

      Achievement test

    • D.

      Objective test

    Correct Answer
    A. Extended essay test
    Explanation
    The extended essay test is the most effective measure of HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) cognitive learning objectives because it requires students to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information in order to construct a well-reasoned and coherent essay. This type of test assesses students' ability to think critically, apply knowledge, and demonstrate a deep understanding of the subject matter. In contrast, completion tests, achievement tests, and objective tests typically focus on lower-level cognitive skills such as recall and comprehension, making them less effective for measuring HOTS objectives.

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  • 44. 

    The English class of Ms. Reyes is composed of students with different mental abilities although they are in the same curriculum level. What should she do first so she can make a good start?

    • A.

      Call a dialog with the parents

    • B.

      Determine their strengths and weaknesses through a diagnostic test.

    • C.

      Make them write a brief composition about their plans and aspirations.

    • D.

      Ask them to tell something about themselves

    Correct Answer
    B. Determine their strengths and weaknesses through a diagnostic test.
    Explanation
    In order for Ms. Reyes to make a good start with her English class, she should first determine their strengths and weaknesses through a diagnostic test. This will allow her to understand the individual abilities of her students and tailor her teaching approach accordingly. By identifying their strengths, she can provide opportunities for them to excel and build confidence. By identifying their weaknesses, she can focus on areas that need improvement and provide targeted support. This will ensure that she can effectively meet the diverse needs of her students and create a positive and inclusive learning environment.

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  • 45. 

    I'd like to test whether a student knows what a particular word means. Which should I ask the student to do?

    • A.

      Define the word

    • B.

      Give the word a tune sing it

    • C.

      Spell the word and identify its part of speech.

    • D.

      Give the etymology of the word

    Correct Answer
    D. Give the etymology of the word
    Explanation
    Asking the student to give the etymology of the word would test their knowledge of the word's origin and historical development. This would require them to provide information about the word's linguistic roots, such as its language of origin, historical changes in its form and meaning, and any related words or cognates. This question would assess the student's deeper understanding of the word beyond its basic definition, demonstrating their knowledge of its historical and cultural context.

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  • 46. 

    Which statements are true about constructing matching type of test? (Check all that apply.)

    • A.

      The options and descriptions are not necessarily homogeneous.

    • B.

      The options must be greater than the descriptions.

    • C.

      The directions must state the basis of matching.

    • D.

      The descriptions must be in column A and options in column B.

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. The options must be greater than the descriptions.
    C. The directions must state the basis of matching.
    D. The descriptions must be in column A and options in column B.
    Explanation
    The options must be greater than the descriptions because in a matching type of test, the options are typically longer or more detailed than the descriptions. The directions must state the basis of matching because the test taker needs to know how to match the options with the descriptions. The descriptions must be in column A and options in column B because this is the standard format for a matching type of test.

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  • 47. 

    In making the step distribution the first thing to do is:

    • A.

      Tally the scores

    • B.

      Rank the scores

    • C.

      Decide on the class interval

    • D.

      Find the range

    Correct Answer
    D. Find the range
    Explanation
    The first step in making the step distribution is to find the range. The range is the difference between the highest and lowest scores in the data set. By finding the range, we can determine the overall spread of the scores, which is important in deciding the class intervals for the distribution. The range helps in determining the appropriate width of each class interval and ensures that the data is properly represented in the distribution.

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  • 48. 

    Which of the following statements about the validity and reliability of a test is TRUE?

    • A.

      A reliable test measures what intends to measure.

    • B.

      A valid test consists of test items that have moderate levels of difficulty.

    • C.

      A reliable test contains representative  items from all important topics covered.

    • D.

      A valid test is always valid but a reliable test is not always valid.

    Correct Answer
    D. A valid test is always valid but a reliable test is not always valid.
    Explanation
    A valid test is always valid but a reliable test is not always valid. This means that a test can be reliable, meaning it consistently measures the same thing, but still not be valid, meaning it does not actually measure what it intends to measure. On the other hand, a valid test will always be valid, meaning it accurately measures what it intends to measure.

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  • 49. 

    Mrs. Nogueras is doing an assessment of learning. At what stage of instruction should she do it?

    • A.

      During the instructional process

    • B.

      Before instruction

    • C.

      After instruction

    • D.

      Prior to instruction

    Correct Answer
    C. After instruction
    Explanation
    Mrs. Nogueras should do the assessment of learning after instruction because this allows her to evaluate the students' understanding and knowledge acquisition. By assessing after instruction, she can determine if the instructional objectives have been met and if any additional support or re-teaching is needed. This stage of assessment provides valuable feedback on the effectiveness of the instruction and helps in making necessary adjustments for future lessons.

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  • 50. 

    The control group in an experimental study is the group which is

    • A.

      Given the treatment under study

    • B.

      Compared to the normal group

    • C.

      Not given the treatment under study

    • D.

      Not included in the study

    Correct Answer
    A. Given the treatment under study
    Explanation
    The control group in an experimental study is given the treatment under study. This group is used as a reference point to compare the effects of the treatment being studied. By giving the treatment to the control group, researchers can determine the true impact of the treatment by comparing it to the group that did not receive the treatment. This helps to isolate the effects of the treatment and determine its effectiveness.

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