Tips for Designing Teacher-Made Tests

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mte562_r2_tips_for_designing-1.docResources: University of Phoenix Material: Tips for Designing Teacher-Made Tests and Classroom Assessment: Supporting Teaching and Learning in Real Classrooms. Select one of the following goals: The students will understand the principles of multiplication. The students will comprehend the causes of earthquakes. The students will infer meaning from a story. The students will understand the events that led to the Civil War. Locate an appropriate state standard, using the goal to guide you. Write a measurable objective based on content related to that standard. Create an objective test related to the standard and objective that includes a key for scoring. The test must adhere to the following requirements: Include a minimum of 30 questions. Change the format option every six questions. Use all format options, including multiple-choice, fill-in-the blank, true–false, short-answer, and matching.

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