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Classroom testing-Tailor
made test

LOGO
CLASSROOM TESTS

The classroom tests are relevant
to the teacher’s objectives. The
class room teacher can tailor
the test ...
Classroom evaluation instruments
should not be restricted to the
conventional paper and pencil
tests. Some instructional
o...
TEST
Test is a systematic procedure for
observing persons and describing
them with either a numerical scale
or a category ...
PURPOSE OF TESTS
•To determine the extent that
students are achieving the stated
goals.
•To assign grades.
•To determine f...
•To identify areas of deficiency in
need of remediation or further
learning.
•To identify areas where the
course/curriculu...
CLASSIFICATION OF TESTS
• By format


Essay type vs. Objective type

• By stimulus material
Verbal vs. Non verbal
• By pu...
TYPES OF TESTS
1-ESASY TYPE

It is an item format that
requires the student to
structure a rather long
written response up...
2-OBJECTIVE TYPE
TESTS
• Any test having clear
and unambiguous scoring
criteria
•Test that can be
objectively scored
•They...
CONSTRUCTION OF EASSY TESTS
•
• Ask questions that require the
examinee to show command of
essential knowledge
•make quest...
ADVANTAGES
•

• Can measure complex learning

outcomes
•Emphasize integration and application
of thinking and problem solv...
LIMITATIONS
• Lack of consistency in judgments
even among competent examiners
•They have holo effect
•Question to question...
LIMITATIONS
• Some examiners are too strict
and some are too lenient
•Difficult to score objectively
•Time consuming
•Leng...
SHORT ANSWER TYPE TESTS
• Short answer items requires the
examinee to respond to the item
with a word, short phrase,
numbe...
CONSTRUCTION OF SHORT ANSWER
TESTS

•As for as possible question form
should be used
•The question should not be picked up...
ADVANTAGES

• Low probability of guessing the
answer because it has to be supplied
by the examinees rather than select
ide...
FORMS OF OBJECTIVE TYPE TESTS
A)two choice items
1. True/false items
2. Completion type (if two choices
are given against ...
TRUE/FALSE TESTS (SHOOTING
QUESTIONS)

A true false item consists
of a statement or
proposition which the
examinee must ju...
ADVANTAGES

•It takes less time to construct true
false items
•High degree of objectivity
•Teacher can examine students on...
LIMITATIONS
•High degree of guessing
•Largely limited to learning
outcomes in the knowledge area
•They expose students to ...
SUGGESTIONS
•Balance between true and false
items
•Each statement should be
unequivocally true or false. It
should not be ...
• Only one idea should be
measured in one statement
•Explain which judgment is to be
used true/false, yes/no,
correct/inco...
MATCHING TYPE TESTS
A test consisting of a
two column format,
premises and
responses that
requires the student to
take a c...
ADVANTAGES
• Simple to construct and score
• Well suited to measure
association
• Reduce the effect of guessing
• They can...
LIMITATIONS
•They generally provide clues
•They are restricted to factual
information which encourages
memorization
•If th...
SUGGESTIONS
•Homogeneous items should be
selected
•No clue should be provided in both
the columns
•All the items should be...
•Responses should be more than
the premises to ensure that
examinee has to think even up to
last premise
•Clear directions...
MULTIPLE CHOICE ITEMS
MCQs consist of two parts:
Stem: A question or
statement that is answered
or completed by one of the...
ADVANTAGES
•They can measure complex level
knowledge i.e. Understanding,
judgment, ability to solve problems
•a substantia...
LIMITATIONS
•They require examinee to select
the answer from a fixed list and
not permit to create or express
and organize...
SUGGESTIONS
•Stem should introduce what is
expected of the examinee
•specific determiners should be
avoided
•vocabulary ac...
•all the choices should be plausible
• the choice like “none of the
above” “all the above” should be
avoided
•each item sh...
Objective vs. Subjective
Objective Tests
 Undistorted by
emotion or
personal bias
 Based on observable
phenomena or
veri...
Questions that provide
students
with limited response
choices
(selected response
options):
Multiple choice
True/False
M...
QUALITATIVE TECHNIQUES
Observational
Techniques
participation charts
check list
rating scale etc
Sociometric
Techniques...
Self report techniques
Interview
Questionnaire
Attitude scale
Projective techniques
interpretation of picture
Percept...
If teachers are reasonably sure
about what their students
currently know, then the
teacher can more accurately
tailor inst...
Thank You

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    1. 1. Classroom testing-Tailor made test LOGO
    2. 2. CLASSROOM TESTS The classroom tests are relevant to the teacher’s objectives. The class room teacher can tailor the test to fix his objectives and also make the test fit the class and even individual pupil.
    3. 3. Classroom evaluation instruments should not be restricted to the conventional paper and pencil tests. Some instructional objectives cannot be evaluated by these tests. We should use rating scales, check lists and other observational techniques as well.
    4. 4. TEST Test is a systematic procedure for observing persons and describing them with either a numerical scale or a category system. Thus test may give either a qualitative or quantitative information, test commonly refers to a set of items or questions under specific conditions
    5. 5. PURPOSE OF TESTS •To determine the extent that students are achieving the stated goals. •To assign grades. •To determine final grades or make promotion decisions •To motivate students to study. •To communicate to students what material is important. •To know how much class time to allocate for the current topic.
    6. 6. •To identify areas of deficiency in need of remediation or further learning. •To identify areas where the course/curriculum is weak. •To discover what parts of the lesson the students are finding most valuable. •To identify a more efficient or effective way in which to teach. •To decide ways to change the lesson the next time it is taught.
    7. 7. CLASSIFICATION OF TESTS • By format  Essay type vs. Objective type • By stimulus material Verbal vs. Non verbal • By purpose  Criterion referenced vs. norm referenced  Achievement vs. performance  Formative vs. summative 
    8. 8. TYPES OF TESTS 1-ESASY TYPE It is an item format that requires the student to structure a rather long written response up to several paragraphs
    9. 9. 2-OBJECTIVE TYPE TESTS • Any test having clear and unambiguous scoring criteria •Test that can be objectively scored •They can be reliably scored •They allow for adequate content sampling
    10. 10. CONSTRUCTION OF EASSY TESTS • • Ask questions that require the examinee to show command of essential knowledge •make questions as explicit as possible •should be no choice in question in question paper •test constructor should prepare ideal answers to all questions
    11. 11. ADVANTAGES • • Can measure complex learning outcomes •Emphasize integration and application of thinking and problem solving • No guessing as in objective item • Require less time for typing, duplicating or printing, can be written on board •Can be used as device for measuring and improving language and expression skills
    12. 12. LIMITATIONS • Lack of consistency in judgments even among competent examiners •They have holo effect •Question to question carry effect •Examinee to examinee carry effect •Language mechanic effect • Limited content validity
    13. 13. LIMITATIONS • Some examiners are too strict and some are too lenient •Difficult to score objectively •Time consuming •Lengthy enumeration of memorized facts
    14. 14. SHORT ANSWER TYPE TESTS • Short answer items requires the examinee to respond to the item with a word, short phrase, number or a symbol. • The test has supply response rather than select or identify • In the form of question or incomplete statement
    15. 15. CONSTRUCTION OF SHORT ANSWER TESTS •As for as possible question form should be used •The question should not be picked up exactly from the book •The question should not provide any clue •The scoring key should be prepared •the blank space is to be completed by an important word rather than trivial words
    16. 16. ADVANTAGES • Low probability of guessing the answer because it has to be supplied by the examinees rather than select identify from the given answers • They are good to test the lowest level of cognitive taxonomy • Very easy to construct LIMITATIONS •They are unsuitable for measuring complex learning outcomes
    17. 17. FORMS OF OBJECTIVE TYPE TESTS A)two choice items 1. True/false items 2. Completion type (if two choices are given against each blank) B) More than two choice items 1. Matching items 2. MCQs
    18. 18. TRUE/FALSE TESTS (SHOOTING QUESTIONS) A true false item consists of a statement or proposition which the examinee must judge and mark as either true or false
    19. 19. ADVANTAGES •It takes less time to construct true false items •High degree of objectivity •Teacher can examine students on more material
    20. 20. LIMITATIONS •High degree of guessing •Largely limited to learning outcomes in the knowledge area •They expose students to error which is psychologically undesirable •They may encourage students to study and accept only oversimplified statements of truth and factual learning
    21. 21. SUGGESTIONS •Balance between true and false items •Each statement should be unequivocally true or false. It should not be partly true or partly false •Double negatives should be avoided •Long and complex statements should not be used as they measure reading comprehension
    22. 22. • Only one idea should be measured in one statement •Explain which judgment is to be used true/false, yes/no, correct/incorrect •Clues should be avoided •Statements should not be taken directly from the textbook
    23. 23. MATCHING TYPE TESTS A test consisting of a two column format, premises and responses that requires the student to take a correspondence between the two.
    24. 24. ADVANTAGES • Simple to construct and score • Well suited to measure association • Reduce the effect of guessing • They can be used to evaluate examinee’s understanding of concepts, principle, schemes for classifying objects, ideas or events
    25. 25. LIMITATIONS •They generally provide clues •They are restricted to factual information which encourages memorization •If the same number of items are written in both the columns, the matching type is converted to MCQs at late stage and in the end it is converted to true and false category
    26. 26. SUGGESTIONS •Homogeneous items should be selected •No clue should be provided in both the columns •All the items should be printed on the same page •Premise should be written in the left hand columned be numbered, responses should be written in the right hand column and be lettered
    27. 27. •Responses should be more than the premises to ensure that examinee has to think even up to last premise •Clear directions •Incomplete sentences should not be used for premise •Clear instruction to attempt
    28. 28. MULTIPLE CHOICE ITEMS MCQs consist of two parts: Stem: A question or statement that is answered or completed by one of the alternatives. Distracters: Incorrect or less appropriate alternatives. The student’s task is to select the correct or best alternative from all the options.
    29. 29. ADVANTAGES •They can measure complex level knowledge i.e. Understanding, judgment, ability to solve problems •a substantial amount of course content can be tested because the examinees do not require much time for writing the answer •objectivity in scoring even a layman can score •they can check discrimination ability of students •can be easily adapted for machine scoring
    30. 30. LIMITATIONS •They require examinee to select the answer from a fixed list and not permit to create or express and organize their own ideas •examinees who do not the correct answer can succeed in guessing •sometimes difficult to find four or five choices in construction •time consuming at teacher end
    31. 31. SUGGESTIONS •Stem should introduce what is expected of the examinee •specific determiners should be avoided •vocabulary according to the level of students •test items should have defensible correct or best answer •the correct choice should not be at the same place in all or most of the items
    32. 32. •all the choices should be plausible • the choice like “none of the above” “all the above” should be avoided •each item should pose only one problem •teacher should construct MCQs on daily basis
    33. 33. Objective vs. Subjective Objective Tests  Undistorted by emotion or personal bias  Based on observable phenomena or verifiable external criteria Tend to reflect an analytical approach:  Specify exactly what will be examined (i.e., focus of key content)  Indicate exactly how it will be evaluated Subjective Tests  Affected by or reflective of the ideas or feelings of a person  Not based on verifiable external criteria Tend to reflect a holistic approach:  Focus on the whole system rather than just concentrating on individual components.  Typically use scoring rubrics
    34. 34. Questions that provide students with limited response choices (selected response options): Multiple choice True/False Matching Fill-in-the blank (with word bank) Typically used when the primary goal is to assess students’ basic factual knowledge Questions that require students to formulate their own answers (written response): Short answer/Listing Fill-in-the blank (no word bank) Essay/Report Demonstration/Exhibiti on/Presentation Typically used to assess how well students recall or apply knowledge
    35. 35. QUALITATIVE TECHNIQUES Observational Techniques participation charts check list rating scale etc Sociometric Techniques Guess who technique Sociogram etc
    36. 36. Self report techniques Interview Questionnaire Attitude scale Projective techniques interpretation of picture Perception of ink-blots etc
    37. 37. If teachers are reasonably sure about what their students currently know, then the teacher can more accurately tailor instructional activities to what students need to know.
    38. 38. Thank You published by www.Kioftsto 39
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