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Assessment in the affective domain

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Pangasinan State University
San Carlos City Campus
San Carlos City
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION IN SOCIAL SCIENCES
BSE SOCIAL STUDIES
2
ND
SEMESTER AY 2020-2021
I. TOPIC: ASSESSMENT IN THE AFFECTIVE DOMAIN ( RATING SCALE AND
CHECKLIST )
II. OBJECTIVES: The Students should be able to;
a. Have deep understanding about assessment in the affective domain.
b. Determine the use of rating scale and checklists in assessing students.
c. Appreciate the importance of using rating scale and checklists in assessing student’s in
affective domain.
III. OVERVIEW
Most people think of learning as an intellectual or mental function. However, learning is not a
just a cognitive function. You can also learn attitudes, behaviors, and physical skills. These
different categories create three domains of learning. These three domains of learning can be
categorized as cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills) and affective (attitudes). But now
we will focus on Affective domain and it’s tools.
IV. DISCUSSION
The affective domain involves our feelings, emotions, and attitudes. This domain includes
the manner in which we deal with things emotionally, such as feelings, values,
appreciation, enthusiasms, motivations, and attitudes.
Attitudes a mental predisposition to act that is expressed by evaluating a particular entity with some
degree of favor or disfavor.
Values generally refers to mental orientations towards concepts.
Affective components of attitude
1. Cognitions. Statement of beliefs and expectations which vary from one individual to the next.
2. Affect. Refers to feelings with respect to the focal object.
3. Behavioral Intentions. Our goals, aspirations, and our expected responses to the attitude object.
4. Evaluation. Central component of attitude.

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