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  • 1. In making comparisons, applying principles to new situations, organizing information, drawing inferences,summarizing information2. reasoning, organization, communication and knowledge-Scoring plans which specifies attributes for a quality answer ( concise, factual, theres connection bet argument and supporting facts)-Demonstrating creativity and originality
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    • 1. • Pencil and paper strategy • Performance based strategy • Observational • Personal communication • Oral • Reflective • Combination of strategies
    • 2. •Essay •Select Response
    • 3. - is a writing sample used to assess student understanding and/or how well students can analyze and synthesize information
    • 4. • Measures student’s ability • Assesses ROCK skills • Directly measures the performance • Includes a scoring plan • Affords the student a chance to construct his/her own answers
    • 5. - is a pencil-and-paper assessment in which the student is to identify the one correct answer.
    • 6. • Can be administered to a large number of students at the same time • Can be scored very quickly • Stated in clear, simple language
    • 7. • Performance Task • Exhibition / Demonstration
    • 8. - is an assessment which requires students to demonstrate a skill or proficiency by asking them to create, produce, or perform
    • 9. • Can be diagnostic, formative or summative • Ongoing feedback • Allows most learners to participate successfully in varying degree • Provides opportunities to work individually, as well as in small groups • Focuses on process as well as products • Provides contexts that have relevance to the students • Provides most realistic assessment
    • 10. - Is a performance in which a student demonstrates individual achievement through application of skills and knowledge
    • 11. • Either actual situation or simulation • Often used in Arts • Accompanied by a list of performance attributes as well as assessment criteria • Frequently organized in assessment stations

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