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Formulating Appropriate Questions Assessing Readiness Learning Critical Thinking CTET CDP 13 English

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Formulating Appropriate Questions Assessing Readiness Learning Critical Thinking CTET CDP 13 English

 

Topic – 00:00 – Formulating Appropriate Questions – For Assessing Readiness Levels Of Learners; For Enhancing Learning & Critical Thinking In The Classroom & For Assessing Learner Achievement

Topic – 00:30 – Important Topics covered in this video
– Formulating Appropriate Questions – Context
– For Assessing Readiness Levels
– For Enhancing Learning
– For Enhancing Critical Thinking
– For Assessing Learner Achievement
– Basic Rules for Any Assessment
– Basic Types of Questions
– Basic Principles for Creating Good Test Items
– Sample questions

Topic – 01:07 – Context For Formulating Appropriate Questions

Formative
– For Assessing Readiness Levels – Before Teaching-Learning
– For Enhancing Learning – During Teaching-Learning
– For Enhancing Critical Thinking – During Teaching-Learning

Summative
– For Assessing Learner Achievement – After Teaching-Learning

1. Does Learner understand basic characteristics of a Triangle? Does Learner need a refresher or revision?
2. How can I help the Learner to remember, understand and apply the formulas to calculate the area of a Triangle?
3. Can Learner calculate the area of Triangle if essential info is given?

Topic – 04:17 – Qs For Assessing Readiness Level
– Learning Readiness level refers to how well equipped a child is to learn
– It is affected by Personal, Environmental, Circumstantial & other factors

Readiness Level Assessment
Prognostic Assessment – Is the Child Ready to learn?
Diagnostic Assessment – If Child is not ready, why?

Different Types of Tests & Questions
– Academic Readiness
– Cognitive or Mental Readiness
– Physical Readiness
– …

Topic – 06:43 – Qs For Enhancing Learning & Critical Thinking

Must guide learners to higher levels of the Pyramid
– Assessment As Learning
– Assessment For Learning

Blooms Taxonomy

Create – Generating New & Original work
Evaluate – Able to justify or defend a decision or view
Analyze – Comparing, Organizing, Experimenting
Apply – Using the information in new situations
Understand – Explaining Concepts & Ideas
Remember – Recalling Facts & Concepts

Topic – 10:41 – Qs For Assessing Learner Achievement

Assessing Learner Achievement

Achievement Test

Teacher Made Test
Unit Test
Monthly
Semi-Annual
Annual

Oral
Written
Performance

Objective
Essay or Descriptive

Questions follow basic principles of Good Test Item Creation

Topic – 13:20 – Basic Rules for Any Assessment

Valid – Validity refers to the accuracy of an assessment – whether or not it measures what it is supposed to measure?

Reliable – Reliability refers to the extent to which assessments are consistent – whether the test gives same results on different days, for different assessors?

Objectivity – Assessments should be based on facts – and not influenced by personal feelings, emotions, or judgments?

Relevant – Results of the Assessment are meaningful and useful to the intended audience?

Adequate – Results are sufficient for the intended purpose? Are additional assessments required?

Topic – 16:44 – Basic Types of Questions

Closed Ended – Only one possible correct answer e.g. How many prime numbers can be found between 1 and 10?

Open Ended – Can have multiple answers & require more thought e.g. Name two shapes which have four sides?

Probing – Typically, follow up questions – to get a deeper understanding e.g. Which subjects do you like? And Why?

Leading – Aimed at ‘leading’ learners to give a desired answer e.g. Isn’t this an interesting class?

Loaded – Show an assumption about the learner e.g. Have you stopped copying homework?

Funnel – Start with closed ended, leading towards broad open ended questions e.g. Do you read at home? > What do you read? > Does anyone help you?

Process – Aimed at understanding the learner’s thought process e.g. How should we choose the class leader?

Rhetorical – Question that includes an answer – A Statement that looks like a question e.g. Isn’t this a great video?

Topic – 21:08 – Important question types to remember

Closed Ended – Only one possible correct answer e.g. How many prime numbers can be found between 1 and 10?

Open Ended – Can have multiple answers & require more thought e.g. Name two shapes which have four sides?

Topic – 21:31 – Basic Principles for Creating Good Test Items

Essay or Descriptive
– Specify the length of response
– Provide guidelines such as points to focus on
– Provide prior information regarding the weight to different aspects

Objective
– Clearly presented – Proper Directions
– Is main problem clear in the question
– Avoid irrelevant material
– Answer options clear & concise
– Only one correct or clearly best answer
– Question free of clues to the answers

Ram had a meeting at 11.45 am. He reached his office at 12.45 pm. He was late by an
30 minutes
Hour
45 minutes
Two hours

The average rainfall of India in the month of July is
less than 120 mm
less than 140 mm
between 140 mm and 150 mm
more than 150 mm
more than 155 mm

Topic – 26:04 – Which type of evaluation focuses on the identification of deficiencies and difficulties of the learner?

– Summative evaluation
– Follow up evaluation
– Diagnostic evaluation
– Criterion-referenced evaluation

Topic – 27:16 – A teacher goes through the student’s notebooks and gives remarks. This is called as ___

– Notebook checking
– Daily Remarks
– Evaluation
– Assessment

Topic – 28:54 – The performance of a student is compared with another student in which type of testing?

– Criterion-referenced testing
– Diagnostic testing
– Summative testing
– Norm-referenced testing

Topic – 30:14 – Which one of the following types of evaluation assesses the learning progress to provide continuous feedback to both teachers and students during instruction?

– Placement evaluation
– Formative evaluation
– Diagnostic evaluation
– Summative evaluation

Topic – 31:16 – Which of the characteristics in classroom teaching behaviour as given below will be classified as a part of formative assessment?
A) The teacher asks questions to elicit classification from students
B) The teacher specifies the level of mastery attained by students
C) The teacher prompts and probes the students while making a presentation
D) The teacher pauses for a few seconds, looks at students, and asks questions
E) The teacher indicates performance criteria and given judgemental values

Choose the correct answer from the options given below :
– (A), (B) and (C) only
– (A), (C) and (D) only
– (B), (C) and (D) only
– (C), (D) and (E) only


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