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Models of Assessment for Jewish Studies – Part I ,[object Object],[object Object]
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2. Define more exactly  what  you want to test
3 . Acquire skills in writing, grading and analyzing the results of a test
4. Vary the repertoire of questions you give in your tests and assessments
5. Examine alternative methods of assessment and in particular the assessment rubric.
Firstly, we have to ask ourselves the question,  why  are we testing at all?
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Why Test? ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Summative  and  Formative  Assessment  First point - our basic assumption in these lectures:  main  aim of the test is a tool for improving student learning and teaching (Formative).
If so,  what  is it that we  want to test?   (second outcome)
Sample Grade 3 Chumash Test ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
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Examples of knowledge in Chumash… Examples of skills in Chumash… Examples of values in Chumash…
Our second point, the criteria of a good or bad test is based on whether it achieves the purpose you set for it .
Defining  what  you want to test -The importance of a detailed Syllabus ,[object Object],[object Object],[object Object]
Skills-Oriented Goals A. Tanakh Text Reading Skills 2.1 read the Tanakh text fluently and accurately in the original Hebrew text 2.2 identify the Taamei Hamikra 2.3 use the Taamei Hamikra in a detailed way as an aid to reading the pesukim By the end of 12th grade, the student shall be able to…
B. Tanakh Text Reference Skills 2.4 distinguish between pasuk, perek, parasha, and sefer 2.5 distinguish between a parsha petucha and setuma 2.6 locate a parasha, perek and/or pasuk reference anywhere in the Tanakh  2.7 identify the aliyot, sheni, shlishi etc.
C. Tanakh Text Comprehension Skills   2.8 read the Tanakh text that has been studied with understanding  2.9 answer questions on the text using the  Leshon Hapasuk   2.10 distinguish between  Peshat and Drash   2.11 identify apparently superfluous or missing words in the Tanakh text 2.12 differentiate between what is written directly in the Written Torah text and the explanations of the Oral Torah 2.13 research issues and topics in the Tanakh using the Concordance, encyclopedias  and the computer 2.14 prepare a number of  pesukim  of the Tanakh independently
D. Tanakh Text Grammar Skills 2.15 identify and explain the  shoresh  or root of a verb in Tanakh 2.16 identify and explain prefixes and suffixes of words in the Tanakh 2.17 identify the  Heh Hayedi’a 2.18 identify the  Heh Hashe’la 2.19 distinguish between male,female,singular and plural forms 2.20 distinguish between past, present, future and command ( tzivui ) forms 2.21 distinguish between  Vav Hahipuch  and  Vav Hachibur   2.22 distinguish between  Ktiv  and  Kri
E. Tanakh Commentary   Reading Skills 2.23 read a comment of Rashi with fluency and accuracy 2.24 identify  Rashei Teivot  and key words in Rashi
F. Tanakh Commentary Reference Skills   2.25 locate basic commentaries   such as Rashi, Onkelos and Siftei Chachamim on the Chumash page 2.26 locate a reference ( Dibur Hamatchil ) of  a  commentary anywhere in the Tanakh
G. Tanakh Commentary Comprehension Skills 2.27 read a commentary of Rashi with understanding  2.28 anticipate the question of Rashi while studying the Tanakh text 2.29 distinguish between two explanations in Rashi and the reasons for them 2.30 distinguish between a  Midrash Agadah  and a  Midrash Halachah   2.31 compare and contrast the explanations of various commentaries 2.32 identify the approach and style of a particular   commentary 2.33 prepare a comment of the commentary independently
Grade 3 level Chumash Skills By the end of this grade students should be able to: Tanakh Text Reading Skills 2.1 read the Tanakh text fluently and accurately in the original Hebrew text 2.2 identify the  Taamei Hamikra (Etnachta, Sof Pasuk) 2.3 use the  Taamei Hamikra (Etnachta, Sof Pasuk)  as an aid to reading the  pesukim
Tanakh Text Reference Skills 2.4 distinguish between  pasuk, perek, parasha, and sefer 2.5 distinguish between a  parsha petucha  and  setuma 2.6 locate a  parasha, perek  and/or  pasuk  reference anywhere in the Tanakh  2.7 identify the  aliyot, sheni, shlishi  etc
Tanakh Text Comprehension Skills 2.8 read the Tanakh text that has been studied with understanding  2.9 answer questions on the text using the  Leshon Hapasuk   2.10 distinguish between  Peshat and Drash
Tanakh Text Grammar Skills 2.15 identify and explain the  shoresh  or root of a verb  that has been studied  in Tanakh 2.16 identify and explain prefixes and suffixes of words  that has been studied   in the Tanakh 2.19 distinguish between male, female, singular and plural forms studied 2.20 distinguish between past, present, and command ( tzivui ) forms studied
Tanakh  Mefarshim  Reading Skills 2.23 read a comment of Rashi studied with fluency and accuracy 2.24 identify  Rashei Teivot  and key words in Rashi   studied
Tanakh  Mefarshim  Reference Skills 2.25 locate basic  Mefarshim  such as Rashi, Onkelos and Siftei Chachamim on the Chumash page Tanakh  Mefarshim  Comprehension Skills 2.27 read a commentary of Rashi studied with understanding
Grade 9 level Chumash Skills By the end of this grade students should be able to: Tanakh Text Reading Skills 2.1 read the Tanakh text fluently and accurately in the original Hebrew text 2.2 identify the  Taamei Hamikra 2.3 use the  Taamei Hamikra  in a detailed way as an aid to reading the  pesukim
Tanakh Text Reference Skills 2.4 distinguish between  pasuk, perek, parasha, and sefer 2.5 distinguish between a  parsha petucha  and  setuma 2.6 locate a  parasha, perek  and/or  pasuk  reference anywhere in the Tanakh  2.7 identify the  aliyot, sheni, shlishi  etc.
Tanakh Text Comprehension Skills 2.8 read the Tanakh text that has been studied with understanding  2.9 answer questions on the text using the  Leshon Hapasuk   2.10 distinguish between  Peshat and Drash   2.11 identify apparently superfluous or missing words in the Tanakh text  2.12 differentiate between what is written directly in the Written Torah text and the explanations of the Oral Torah 2.13 research issues and topics in the Tanakh using the Concordance, encyclopedias  and the computer 2.14 prepare a number of  pesukim  of the Tanakh independently
Tanakh Text Grammar Skills 2.15 identify and explain the  shoresh  or root of a verb in Tanakh 2.16 identify and explain prefixes and suffixes of words in the Tanakh 2.17 identify the  Heh Hayedi’a 2.18 identify the  Heh Hashe’la 2.19 distinguish between male,female,singular and plural forms 2.20 distinguish between past, present, future and command ( tzivui ) forms 2.21 distinguish between  Vav Hahipuch  and  Vav Hachibur 2.22 distinguish between  Ktiv  and  Kri
Tanakh  Mefarshim  Reading Skills 2.23 read a comment of Rashi with fluency and accuracy 2.24 identify  Rashei Teivot  and key words in Rashi Tanakh  Mefarshim  Reference Skills 2.25 locate basic  Mefarshim  such as Rashi, Onkelos and Siftei Chachamim on the Chumash page 2.26 locate a reference ( Dibur Hamatchil ) of  a Mefaresh  anywhere in the Tanakh
Tanakh  Mefarshim  Comprehension Skills 2.27 read a commentary of Rashi with understanding 2.28 anticipate the question of Rashi whilst studying the Tanakh text 2.29 distinguish between two explanations in Rashi and the reasons for them 2.30 distinguish between a  Midrash Agadah  and a  Midrash Halachah   2.31 compare and contrast the explanations of various  Mefarshim 2.32 identify the approach and style of a particular  Mefaresh
How to Write a Test
Grade 3 Chumash Test
Grade 3 Chumash Test
Grade 3 Chumash Test
Grade 3 Chumash test
How to mark a test
The Purpose of Diagnostic testing ,[object Object],[object Object]

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Models for Assessment Part 1

  • 1.  
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • 4.
  • 5. 2. Define more exactly what you want to test
  • 6. 3 . Acquire skills in writing, grading and analyzing the results of a test
  • 7. 4. Vary the repertoire of questions you give in your tests and assessments
  • 8. 5. Examine alternative methods of assessment and in particular the assessment rubric.
  • 9. Firstly, we have to ask ourselves the question, why are we testing at all?
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. Summative and Formative Assessment First point - our basic assumption in these lectures: main aim of the test is a tool for improving student learning and teaching (Formative).
  • 13. If so, what is it that we want to test? (second outcome)
  • 14.
  • 15.
  • 16. Examples of knowledge in Chumash… Examples of skills in Chumash… Examples of values in Chumash…
  • 17. Our second point, the criteria of a good or bad test is based on whether it achieves the purpose you set for it .
  • 18.
  • 19. Skills-Oriented Goals A. Tanakh Text Reading Skills 2.1 read the Tanakh text fluently and accurately in the original Hebrew text 2.2 identify the Taamei Hamikra 2.3 use the Taamei Hamikra in a detailed way as an aid to reading the pesukim By the end of 12th grade, the student shall be able to…
  • 20. B. Tanakh Text Reference Skills 2.4 distinguish between pasuk, perek, parasha, and sefer 2.5 distinguish between a parsha petucha and setuma 2.6 locate a parasha, perek and/or pasuk reference anywhere in the Tanakh 2.7 identify the aliyot, sheni, shlishi etc.
  • 21. C. Tanakh Text Comprehension Skills   2.8 read the Tanakh text that has been studied with understanding 2.9 answer questions on the text using the Leshon Hapasuk 2.10 distinguish between Peshat and Drash 2.11 identify apparently superfluous or missing words in the Tanakh text 2.12 differentiate between what is written directly in the Written Torah text and the explanations of the Oral Torah 2.13 research issues and topics in the Tanakh using the Concordance, encyclopedias and the computer 2.14 prepare a number of pesukim of the Tanakh independently
  • 22. D. Tanakh Text Grammar Skills 2.15 identify and explain the shoresh or root of a verb in Tanakh 2.16 identify and explain prefixes and suffixes of words in the Tanakh 2.17 identify the Heh Hayedi’a 2.18 identify the Heh Hashe’la 2.19 distinguish between male,female,singular and plural forms 2.20 distinguish between past, present, future and command ( tzivui ) forms 2.21 distinguish between Vav Hahipuch and Vav Hachibur 2.22 distinguish between Ktiv and Kri
  • 23. E. Tanakh Commentary Reading Skills 2.23 read a comment of Rashi with fluency and accuracy 2.24 identify Rashei Teivot and key words in Rashi
  • 24. F. Tanakh Commentary Reference Skills   2.25 locate basic commentaries such as Rashi, Onkelos and Siftei Chachamim on the Chumash page 2.26 locate a reference ( Dibur Hamatchil ) of a commentary anywhere in the Tanakh
  • 25. G. Tanakh Commentary Comprehension Skills 2.27 read a commentary of Rashi with understanding 2.28 anticipate the question of Rashi while studying the Tanakh text 2.29 distinguish between two explanations in Rashi and the reasons for them 2.30 distinguish between a Midrash Agadah and a Midrash Halachah 2.31 compare and contrast the explanations of various commentaries 2.32 identify the approach and style of a particular commentary 2.33 prepare a comment of the commentary independently
  • 26. Grade 3 level Chumash Skills By the end of this grade students should be able to: Tanakh Text Reading Skills 2.1 read the Tanakh text fluently and accurately in the original Hebrew text 2.2 identify the Taamei Hamikra (Etnachta, Sof Pasuk) 2.3 use the Taamei Hamikra (Etnachta, Sof Pasuk) as an aid to reading the pesukim
  • 27. Tanakh Text Reference Skills 2.4 distinguish between pasuk, perek, parasha, and sefer 2.5 distinguish between a parsha petucha and setuma 2.6 locate a parasha, perek and/or pasuk reference anywhere in the Tanakh 2.7 identify the aliyot, sheni, shlishi etc
  • 28. Tanakh Text Comprehension Skills 2.8 read the Tanakh text that has been studied with understanding 2.9 answer questions on the text using the Leshon Hapasuk 2.10 distinguish between Peshat and Drash
  • 29. Tanakh Text Grammar Skills 2.15 identify and explain the shoresh or root of a verb that has been studied in Tanakh 2.16 identify and explain prefixes and suffixes of words that has been studied in the Tanakh 2.19 distinguish between male, female, singular and plural forms studied 2.20 distinguish between past, present, and command ( tzivui ) forms studied
  • 30. Tanakh Mefarshim Reading Skills 2.23 read a comment of Rashi studied with fluency and accuracy 2.24 identify Rashei Teivot and key words in Rashi studied
  • 31. Tanakh Mefarshim Reference Skills 2.25 locate basic Mefarshim such as Rashi, Onkelos and Siftei Chachamim on the Chumash page Tanakh Mefarshim Comprehension Skills 2.27 read a commentary of Rashi studied with understanding
  • 32. Grade 9 level Chumash Skills By the end of this grade students should be able to: Tanakh Text Reading Skills 2.1 read the Tanakh text fluently and accurately in the original Hebrew text 2.2 identify the Taamei Hamikra 2.3 use the Taamei Hamikra in a detailed way as an aid to reading the pesukim
  • 33. Tanakh Text Reference Skills 2.4 distinguish between pasuk, perek, parasha, and sefer 2.5 distinguish between a parsha petucha and setuma 2.6 locate a parasha, perek and/or pasuk reference anywhere in the Tanakh 2.7 identify the aliyot, sheni, shlishi etc.
  • 34. Tanakh Text Comprehension Skills 2.8 read the Tanakh text that has been studied with understanding 2.9 answer questions on the text using the Leshon Hapasuk 2.10 distinguish between Peshat and Drash 2.11 identify apparently superfluous or missing words in the Tanakh text 2.12 differentiate between what is written directly in the Written Torah text and the explanations of the Oral Torah 2.13 research issues and topics in the Tanakh using the Concordance, encyclopedias and the computer 2.14 prepare a number of pesukim of the Tanakh independently
  • 35. Tanakh Text Grammar Skills 2.15 identify and explain the shoresh or root of a verb in Tanakh 2.16 identify and explain prefixes and suffixes of words in the Tanakh 2.17 identify the Heh Hayedi’a 2.18 identify the Heh Hashe’la 2.19 distinguish between male,female,singular and plural forms 2.20 distinguish between past, present, future and command ( tzivui ) forms 2.21 distinguish between Vav Hahipuch and Vav Hachibur 2.22 distinguish between Ktiv and Kri
  • 36. Tanakh Mefarshim Reading Skills 2.23 read a comment of Rashi with fluency and accuracy 2.24 identify Rashei Teivot and key words in Rashi Tanakh Mefarshim Reference Skills 2.25 locate basic Mefarshim such as Rashi, Onkelos and Siftei Chachamim on the Chumash page 2.26 locate a reference ( Dibur Hamatchil ) of a Mefaresh anywhere in the Tanakh
  • 37. Tanakh Mefarshim Comprehension Skills 2.27 read a commentary of Rashi with understanding 2.28 anticipate the question of Rashi whilst studying the Tanakh text 2.29 distinguish between two explanations in Rashi and the reasons for them 2.30 distinguish between a Midrash Agadah and a Midrash Halachah 2.31 compare and contrast the explanations of various Mefarshim 2.32 identify the approach and style of a particular Mefaresh
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