Chile Assessment in Primary

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Chile Assessment in Primary

  1. 1. Dr Yeap Ban Har<br />Marshall Cavendish Institute<br />Singapore<br />banhar@sg.marshallcavendish.com<br />Seminar on Assessment in Primary Mathematics<br />SANTIAGO<br />This seminar is about assessment in primary mathematics. This interactive session will include both informal as well as formal assessment, and formative and summative assessment. <br />Presentation is available at www.banhar.blogspot.com<br />and www.banhar.com<br />
  2. 2. Beliefs<br />Interest<br />Appreciation<br />Confidence<br />Perseverance<br />Monitoring of one’s own thinking<br />Self-regulation of learning<br />Attitudes<br />Metacognition<br />Numerical calculation<br />Algebraic manipulation<br />Spatial visualization<br />Data analysis<br />Measurement<br />Use of mathematical tools<br />Estimation<br />Mathematical Problem Solving<br />Reasoning, communication & connections<br />Thinking skills & heuristics<br />Application & modelling<br />Skills<br />Processes<br />Concepts<br />Numerical<br />Algebraic<br />Geometrical<br />Statistical<br />Probabilistic<br />Analytical<br />Singapore textbooks are based on this curriculum framework which is based on problem solving. <br />
  3. 3. Example<br />
  4. 4. Learning Activity<br />Use the digits 0 to 9 not more than once to make a correct multiplication sentence.<br />x<br />
  5. 5. <ul><li>This is assessment that takes place during a lesson – informal assessment to identify if students are having difficulties, getting along fine or finding the task too easy.
  6. 6. This is to allow the teacher to subsequently make the right decisions – to provide scaffold for struggling students or to provide challenge for advanced students.
  7. 7. This is assessment for differentiated instruction to maximise learning.
  8. 8. This continual assessment.</li></li></ul><li>
  9. 9.
  10. 10. Example<br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. Example<br />
  13. 13. Focused Test <br /><ul><li>Specific
  14. 14. Focused on a skill or a topic
  15. 15. Example: Test on Addition
  16. 16. Example: Test on Ability to Measure Length and Mass
  17. 17. Written Assessment
  18. 18. Performance Assessment
  19. 19. Predict how many times is the capacity of the bowl compared to the capacity of the cup.
  20. 20. Find the volume of water in the bowl using the measuring cylinder.
  21. 21. Closed-Ended
  22. 22. Bella has 19 cookies. She has 4 cookies more than Dario. Find the number of cookies they both have altogether.
  23. 23. Open-Ended
  24. 24. Write a word problem that can be solved by doing 19 x 6. Solve your own problem.</li></li></ul><li>Comprehensive Examination<br /><ul><li>Comprehensive: In Singapore, this is done from Grade 2 onwards called Semestral Assessment (SA)
  25. 25. Written Assessment
  26. 26. Types of Items
  27. 27. Multiple-Choice
  28. 28. Short Answer
  29. 29. Long Answer
  30. 30. Basic Skill
  31. 31. Grades 2 – 4 : 40% (20 items)
  32. 32. Grades 5 – 6 : 20% (20 items)
  33. 33. Direct and Familiar Applications
  34. 34. Grades 2 – 4 : 40% (20 items)
  35. 35. Grades 5 – 6 : 30% (12 – 15 items)
  36. 36. Challenging and Unusual Applications
  37. 37. Grades 2 – 4 : 20% (5 items)
  38. 38. Grades 5 – 6 : 50% (13 – 15 items)</li></li></ul><li>A<br />B<br />F<br />E<br />Reference: Singapore Examinations & Assessment Board 2004-2008 and Specimen Paper for 2009<br />D<br />C<br />
  39. 39. Grade 3 Examination Item (Raffles Girls’ Primary School 2009)<br />Challenging Application<br />Devi had some $2 notes and $5 notes.<br />She had a total of $76.<br />She had 4 more $5 notes than $2 notes.<br />How many $2 notes did she have?<br />
  40. 40. Devi had some $2 notes and $5 notes.<br />She had a total of $76.<br />She had 4 more $5 notes than $2 notes.<br />How many $2 notes did she have?<br />$76<br />Number of $5 notes<br />4<br />$20<br />$56<br />8<br />Number of $2 notes<br />$56 ÷ 7 = 8<br />8<br />She had eight $2 notes.<br />Mark Scheme<br />Method – 2 points<br />Answer – 2 points<br />

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