Application: Apply Choose Demonstrate Dramatize Employ Illustrate Interpret Operate Practice Schedule Sketch Select Use Write Illustrate Modify Administer Determine Teach Solve Show Articulate Develop Transfer Demonstrate Experiment Chart Establish Use
Level 3 and 4 also includes Critical Thinking: This involves logical thinking and reasoning including skills such as: Comparison Classification Sequencing Cause and effect Patterning Webbing Analogies Deductive reasoning Deductive reasoning Forecasting Planning Critiquing
AND:Affective Domain: This is to evaluate interpersonal relations, emotions, attitudes, appreciations and values: Accepts Attempts Challenges Defends Disputes Joins Judges Contributes Praises Questions Shares Supports Volunteers
Types of assessments: Baseline: Diagnostic: This establishes the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes that you bring to the class. This diagnoses the nature and causes of learning barriers experienced. Assistance can then be given. Formative: Summative:
This monitors and determines your strengths and weaknesses and whether you are ready for summative assessments.
This gives an overall picture of your progress. It determines if you can go to the next level.
Planning your assessments: You have to cover Subject- and Learning outcomes and standards. Make sure you do everything that is asked.
You have to do research which can include: Interviews, internet, emails. Always compile your assessment in your own words. Never copy from your research.
All your evidence (research) is put at the back of your assessment (you can only reference). You deliver your assessment on time for it to be marked.
Methods of assessments: Lecturer: Self: Your performance is assessed against given criteria: Individual work and group work. You assess your own performance against given criteria and then it’s assessed by the lecturer. Peer: Group:
Students assess each other’s performance against given criteria.
Students assess individual performance of other students within a group or overall performance of a group of students.
Assessment Tools: Memorandum: Observation grid: Question: What are the four seasons called? Answer: Summer Winter Spring Autumn (8)
Rubrics: Rubrics are checklists that specify what you should have completed and you get a general mark. This is mostly used for CAT and ISAT
Your Portfolio of Evidence: It is your responsibility to ensure that all your assessments are in the POE. During the year, you should add all your documents as you go along. If your POE is incomplete when it is handed to the GDE, your marks will suffer as a result! Your POE should consist of: A contents page Copy of your ID Declaration of authenticity The formal schedule of assessment The requirements for each assessment task The tools used for each assessment task Recording instruments for each assessment task A mark sheet and report for each assessment task Your signed document for each assessment
Look up all the words in a dictionary and find the meaning. You need to know what is expected of you! Good luck and remember to enjoy what you are doing!