Construct Objective Test

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Construct Objective Test (100 points)
EED 400

·  Construct an ORIGINAL objective test that follows the guidelines and rules established in Chapter 7 of Taylor, C. S. & Noen, S. B. (2005). Classroom assessment: Supporting teaching and learning in the real classrooms. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

·  The test should be designed around one of the following broad objectives:

o  The students will understand the principles of multiplication.

o  The students will comprehend the causes of earthquakes.

o  The students will infer meaning from a story.

o  The students will understand the events that led to the Civil War.

·  You should locate a learning standard/s related to the objective of your choice from your state or the common core standards.  Include this on your test.  You should write a (or multiple) specific, measurable learning objective that will be assessed on the test.  Include the common core/state standard AND the specific measureable objective/s that the test is assessing on your test.  (My state is Alabama)

·  The test should be a minimum of 20 questions and vary in format every five questions

·  Question format should include multiple choice, matching, short answer (this is not fill in the blank), and true/false.  A minimum of 4 questions must be short answer.  Short answer questions must require a minimum of several written sentences or multi-step written process in response. Short answer questions must require critical thinking at application or higher on Bloom’s (http://www.ehow.com/how_5108411_apply-blooms-taxonomy.html )

·  Include specific student directions for each section

·  Format your test professionally.  Use bolding, italics, fonts, and/or spacing  to make it easy for students to follow.  Utilize space wisely so that material is not crowded, but paper is conserved.

·  Create a key, correct responses for short answer should include a scoring rule and sample student response

·  Review the rubric below for grading expectations

·  Turn in the test and the key in a SINGLE document, just put a page break in between

Excellent 100%

Good 85-99%

Fair 70-84%

Poor 0-69%

Format

25

At least 20 questions, varied format at least 4 times

17-19 questions, varied format at least 4 times

12-16 questions AND/OR varied in format at least 3 times

Fewer than 12 questions AND/OR varied in format at least 2 times

Construction

20

All questions follow rules from text. Short answer provides excellent critical thinking assessment.

Most questions follow rules from text, few deviations.  Short answer provides some opportunity for critical thinking assessment.

Some questions follow rules from text, some deviations.  Short answer provides little or no opportunity for critical thinking assessment.

Few questions follow rules from text, many deviations.  Short answer provides little or no opportunity for critical thinking assessment.

Key

10

All correct answers clearly provided, including scoring rule and sample student response for short answer

Most correct answers clearly provided, including scoring rule and sample student response for short answer

Some answers clearly provided, including scoring rule and sample student response for short answer

No key, no scoring rule/sample student response for short answer

Theme

20

Entire test clearly assesses original specific measurable objective/s, based on state/national learning standard, related to one of the assigned topics, standard and objective clearly stated on test

Most of the test clearly assesses original specific measurable objective/s, based on state/national learning standard, related to one of the assigned topics, standard and objective clearly stated on test

Some of the test assesses original specific measurable objective/s, based on state/national learning standard, related to one of the assigned topics, standard and objective clearly stated on test

Test is not a clear assessment of an original specific measurable objective/s, based on state/national learning standard, related to one of the assigned topics AND/OR these items are not clearly stated on the test

Directions

10

Clear and concise student directions are provided for each section. 

Clear and concise student directions are provided for most sections

Directions are provided for some sections AND/OR have some ambiguity and could be confusing

Directions are not  provided for most or all sections AND/OR have significant ambiguity, are confusing

Mechanics

15

Test meets all of these requirements: professional in appearance, well-organized, makes excellent use of titles, headings, font, bolding, italics, etc. to maximize clarity and ease of viewing, is aligned, provides appropriate space for student response but is efficient in potential use of paper

Test meets most of these requirements: professional in appearance, well-organized, makes excellent use of titles, headings, font, bolding, italics, etc. to maximize clarity and ease of viewing, is aligned, provides appropriate space for student response but is efficient in potential use of paper

Test meets some of these requirements: professional in appearance, well-organized, makes excellent use of titles, headings, font, bolding, italics, etc. to maximize clarity and ease of viewing, is aligned, provides appropriate space for student response but is efficient in potential use of paper

Test meets few of these requirements: professional in appearance, well-organized, makes excellent use of titles, headings, font, bolding, italics, etc. to maximize clarity and ease of viewing, is aligned, provides appropriate space for student response but is efficient in potential use of paper

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