Which of the statements below are TRUE about scoring rubrics?
I. It has a criteria of level of achievement to serve as standard.
II. It has a clear descriptions of performance in each level.
III. It has a rating scheme.
IV. It limits to only 4 levels of achievement.
A. I and II
B. II, III, and IV
B. I, II, and III
D. I, II, III, IV
C. Statements I, II, and III are the components of scoring rubrics. Statements IV is false because the levels of achievement can’t be limited to only 4.
Which of the following is TRUE about portfolio assessment?
A. It is a valid and reliable assessment.
B. It shows growth and development of the learners.
C. It considers students’ suggestions in the assessments.
D. It involves students in the development of the questionnaires.
B. The main purpose of portfolio assessment is to assess the growth and development of the learners particularly the writing skills of the learners.
Which statement about performance-based assessment is FALSE?
A. They emphasize merely on process
B. They stress on doing, not only on knowing
C. They accentuate on both process and product
D. Essay test is an example of performance-based assessment
A. They emphasize merely on process. Statement A is false about performance-based assessment because it involves process or product or both process and product.
Which error is committed by the teacher when he tends to overrate the performance of the students who belongs to the upper performing group?
A. severely error
B. central tendency error
C. generosity error
D. Both A and C
C. Generosity error is committed by a teacher when he overrates the performance of students who belongs to the upper group of the class. Severity error will be committed when a teacher gives low grades than what is supposed to be.
Which statements are true about constructing matching type of test?
I. The options and descriptions not necessarily homogeneous.
II. The options must be greater than the descriptions.
III. The directions must state the basis of matching
IV. The descriptions must be in Column A and options in Column B.
A. I only
B. II, and IV
C. II, III, IV
D. I, II, III, IV
C. Statements II, III, and IV are rules in constructing matching type of test. Statement I is false because it is necessary the descriptions and options must be homogeneous is constructing matching type of test.
Which of the following test items can effectively measure HOTS cognitive learning objectives?
A. Objective test
B. Achievement test
C. Completion test
D. Extended essay test
D. Extended essay type of test can effectively measure higher order thinking skills. Objective test, Achievement test, Completion test usually assesses low-level thinking skills such as knowledge, comprehension, and application levels.
Which of the following statements describes performance-based assessment?
I. Measures broad range of outcomes.
II. Evaluates complex learning outcomes.
III. Encourages application to real-life situations.
A. I, II, III
B. I and II
C. II and III
D. I and III
C. II and III. Performance-based assessment evaluates complex learning outcomes and encourages application to real-life situations.
Which of the following is TRUE about the grading system of K-12 Curriculum based from DepEd order No. 73, series of 2012?
A. Utilized letter grade in reporting the performance of the learners
B. There are three levels of learning outcomes
C. There are four levels of proficiency to describe the performance of the learners.
D. Cumulative method is utilized in the computation of final grade.
A. Utilized letter grade in reporting the performance of the learners in DepEd Order No, 73, series of 2012 letter grades in reporting the achievement of the students will be utilized.
In his tests, Teacher Raffy made tests that were either too difficult or too easy. What was wrong with his tests?
A. Inappropriate level of difficulty of the test items
B. Identifiable pattern of answers
C. Unclear directions
A. Inappropriate level of difficulty of the test items. Avoid constructing a very difficult of very easy test, because these types of tests are non-discriminatory test items.
Principal Sulit introduced machine-scored tests in his school. What factor in scoring does this add to make tests more reliable?
A. Objective scoring
C. Ease in checking
A. Objective scoring means that there is only one correct answer in each item.