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Sec3.1&3.2

  1. 1. Page 1 of 7 MC-01 DIRECTIONS FOR NUMBER s 1- 18 : Read each of the following multiple-choice items and the possible answers carefully. Mark the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet or as instructed by your teacher. REMEMBER: MAKE NO MARKS ON THIS TEST. Which proofreading mark would be used to correct Which sentence is capitalized CORRECTLY? 1 the following EXAMPLE? 4 A Do you have an appointment with president EXAMPLE: Organization and time managment Harris? are very important skills to master. B He plans to introduce Mrs. Goldberg, Mayor of A the city. C Please send your suggestions to senator B Blackwood. C D The next person on the agenda is Ms. Perez, vice president of the corporation. D Which proofreading mark would be used to correct Which proofreading mark would be used to correct 5 the following EXAMPLE? 2 the following EXAMPLE? EXAMPLE: the dog jumped over the fence. EXAMPLE: Save your work before logging off, the teacher said. A A B B C C D D Which proofreading mark would be used to correct 6 the following EXAMPLE? Which proofreading mark would be used to correct 3 the following EXAMPLE? EXAMPLE: Its a beautiful day! EXAMPLE: Monitors, printers and speakers are A examples of output devices. B A C B D C D Go on to next page
  2. 2. Page 2 of 7 Which proofreading mark would be used to correct The proofreading mark # means that the typist 7 the following EXAMPLE? 11 should do what? EXAMPLE: Social Studies is my favorite Class. A Center A B Delete C Move B D Space C D Stet . .. Jenny is comparing the letter that she typed to the 12 original document. What is Jenny doing? Sarah is peer editing a classmate’s report. Which A Creating 8 proofreading mark should she use to let her B Editing classmate know to start a new paragraph? C Proofreading A D Viewing B C Which will your word processing software’s D 13 TOOLS feature find? A Grammar errors B Homonyms Which type of error is in the following sentence? 9 C Names of proper nouns The teacher said, “come to class early tomorrow.” D Omitted words A Capitalization B Grammatical C Punctuation When proofreading a document, what do the letters 14 “lc” mean? D Spacing A Locate B Lock caps C Look carefully The proofreading mark means that the typist 10 should do what? D Lowercase A Align with B Close up C Move left D Move right Go on to next page
  3. 3. Page 3 of 7 Which type of error is in the following sentence? 15 Halloween is on october 31. A Capitalization B Grammatical C Punctuation D Spacing Which type of error is in the following sentence? 16 My favorite class is Social Studies. A Capitalization B Grammatical C Punctuation D Spacing Which type of error is in the following sentence? 17 It is better to give then to receive. A Capitalization B Grammatical C Punctuation D Spacing Which sentence is capitalized CORRECTLY? 18 A Have you ever been to the south of france? B I like Southern food. C They are from the Midwest. D We are studying explorers from the old West. Go on to next page
  4. 4. Page 4 of 7 Directions: Type the following sentences. Supply any missing capitals. 19 1. people tend to sleep more during the winter months. 2. Our class picnic is usually held on the first weekend after the fourth of july. 3. Our fbla chapter raised money for the march of dimes this year. 4. My father invests on the new york stock exchange. 5. I will be taking business computer technology in the spring. 6. My favorite classes are social studies, english, and keyboarding. 7. Our school is on the east side of town. 8. The doctor’s office is on west doctor avenue. 9. This is dr. John Smith, president of deca. 10. We will be introducing senator Bill Jones at our assembly. 11. The teacher said, “we will be taking our unit test on Thursday.” 12. “i do not understand the question,” Jim admitted. Go on to next page
  5. 5. Page 5 of 7 Directions: Select the verb that correctly completes each sentence. Key the 20 sentences correctly. 1. Each team member and his parents (is, are) attending the ceremony tonight. 2. Every one of the club members (type, types) at least 40 words a minute. 3. Many new students (is, are) surprised by the new dress code. 4. One old magazine and one new magazine (remain, remains) on the library shelf. 5. Becky and Belinda (was, were) able to explain all details of the project. 6. Neither John nor Bob (ask, asks) questions in class. 7. Either cake or brownies (is, are) a good choice for dessert. 8. Organization skills and time management (is, are) necessary to be successful in school. 9. No one (realize, realizes) the dangers of sitting incorrectly at the computer. 10. Each (is, are) an acceptable way of achieving a goal. Go on to next page
  6. 6. Page 6 of 7 MC-01 DIRECTIONS FOR NUMBER s 21- 28 : Read each of the following multiple-choice items and the possible answers carefully. Mark the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet or as instructed by your teacher. REMEMBER: MAKE NO MARKS ON THIS TEST. FIGURE 3A Line 1 All computers need hard ware and software to work. sp Line 2 CTE Week is in Feb. Line 3 We learned how to format reports in our Language Arts class. Line 4 I met former president Clinton when I went to New York. Line 5 Remember to save work before logging off of your computer. your The proofreading mark on Line 1 in FIGURE 3A The proofreading mark on Line 3 in FIGURE 3A 21 means that the typist should do what? 23 means that the typist should do what? A Capitalize A Change case B Close up B Close up C Spell out C Delete all D Transpose D Leave capitals The proofreading mark on Line 2 in FIGURE 3A The proofreading mark on Line 4 in FIGURE 3A 22 means that the typist should do what? 24 means that the typist should do what? A Capitalize A Capitalize B Close up B Delete C Spell out C Insert D Transpose D Lowercase Go on to next page
  7. 7. Page 7 of 7 The proofreading mark on Line 5 in FIGURE 3A 25 means that the typist should do what? A Capitalize B Delete C Insert D Lowercase FIGURE 3C Line 1 Microsoft Windows is an operating system. yellow Line 2 Please bring your blue notebooks with you to class. Line 3 Knowing how to type allows me to to finish my work faster. The proofreading mark on Line 1 of FIGURE 3C The proofreading mark on Line 3 of FIGURE 3C 26 means that the typist should do what? 28 means that the typist should do what? A Center A Delete B Delete B Lowercase C Move right C Replace D New paragraph D Underline The proofreading mark on Line 2 of FIGURE 3C 27 means that the typist should do what? A delete B lowercase C replace D underline Stop here
  8. 8. Page 1 of 3 Teacher Directions Directions for item 19 Objective 3.02 Performance Activity 1 – KEY Directions: Type the following sentences. Supply any missing capitals. 1. People tend to sleep more during the winter months. 2. Our class picnic is usually held on the first weekend after the Fourth of July. 3. Our FBLA chapter raised money for the March of Dimes this year. 4. My father invests on the New York Stock Exchange. 5. I will be taking Business Computer Technology in the spring. 6. My favorite classes are social studies, English, and keyboarding. 7. Our school is on the east side of town. 8. The doctor’s office is on West Doctor Avenue. 9. This is Dr. John Smith, president of DECA. 10. We will be introducing Senator Bill Jones at our assembly. 11. The teacher said, “We will be taking our unit test on Thursday.” 12. “I do not understand the question,” Jim admitted. = test item number = GP Form line number
  9. 9. Page 2 of 3 Teacher Directions Directions for item 20 Objective 3.02 Performance Activity 2 - Key Directions: Select the verb that correctly completes each sentence. Key the sentences correctly. 1. Each team member and his parents is attending the ceremony tonight. 2. Every one of the club members types at least 40 words a minute. 3. Many new students are surprised by the new dress code. 4. One old magazine and one new magazine remain on the library shelf. 5. Becky and Belinda were able to explain all details of the project. 6. Neither John nor Bob asks questions in class. 7. Either cake or brownies is a good choice for dessert. 8. Organization skills and time management are necessary to be successful in school. 9. No one realizes the dangers of sitting incorrectly at the computer. 10. Each is an acceptable way of achieving a goal. = test item number = GP Form line number
  10. 10. Page 3 of 3 Scoring Directions 19 19 Objective : MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in k... Scale: SCALE 01 0 - NOT CORRECT 1 - CORRECT No scoring direction for this objective. 20 20 Objective : MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in k... Scale: SCALE 01 0 - NOT CORRECT 1 - CORRECT No scoring direction for this objective. = test item number = GP Form line number
  11. 11. Page 1 of 2 Scoring Key ? Answer/ Objective ? Answer/ Objective Scale Scale 1 1 B MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 16 16 A MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in ke... 2 2 A MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 17 17 B MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in ke... 3 3 B MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 18 18 C MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in ke... 4 4 D MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in ke... 19 19 0 NOT CORRECT MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in ke... 1 CORRECT 5 5 C MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 20 20 0 NOT CORRECT MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in ke... 1 CORRECT 6 6 A MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 21 21 B MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 7 7 A MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 22 22 C MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 8 8 B MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 23 23 A MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 9 9 A MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in ke... 24 24 A MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 10 10 C MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 25 25 C MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 11 11 D MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 26 26 C MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 12 12 C MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 27 27 C MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 13 13 A MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 28 28 A MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 14 14 D MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 15 15 A MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in ke... Minimum points required to achieve Total questions on test: 28 mastery category Objectives measured: 2 Items Points Questions measuring this objective MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 20 20 15 13 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 MK03.01 Interpret proofreaders' marks 14 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 MK03.02 Apply correct language skills in keyed... 8 8 6 - 4 9 15 16 17 18 19 20 Totals 28 21 19 ? = Test Question Number = line on GP Form
  12. 12. Page 2 of 2 Scoring Key Items used in test ? Item name ? Item name ? Item name 1 MK03.01.08 11 MK03.01.09 20 MK03.02.02P 2 MK03.01.02 12 MK03.01.04 21 MK03.01.13 3 MK03.01.03 13 MK03.01.05 22 MK03.01.14 4 MK03.02.03 14 MK03.01.12 23 MK03.01.15 5 MK03.01.11 15 MK03.02.01 24 MK03.01.16 6 MK03.01.07 16 MK03.02.02 25 MK03.01.17 7 MK03.01.10 17 MK03.02.05 26 MK03.01.18 8 MK03.01.01 18 MK03.02.04 27 MK03.01.19 9 MK03.02.06 19 MK03.02.01P 28 MK03.01.20 10 MK03.01.06 ? = Test Question Number = line on GP Form

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