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Assessments in Curriculum Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Marcos just learned how to calculate averages in his math class and now he is using this knowledge to compute his GPA. What level of Bloom's taxonomy is demonstrated in this example?

Question 2 2. Which is NOT a form of student self-assessment?

Question 3 3. A student complains that only 10 questions on a 100-question test were taken from the material assigned to study for the test. The student is questioning the test's _____.

Question 4 4. When an assessment has similar administration procedures, instructions and questions, it is considered to be a _____ assessment.

Question 5 5. What kind of ongoing assessment should be used to determine if students remember important dates?

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Question 6 6. Who are students assessing when they are engaged in peer assessment?

Question 7 7. A parent is confused by her child's score on two exams testing knowledge of musical terminology. On the first test, the child scored a 90. On the second test, the score was 30. What aspect of the test is the parent questioning?

Question 8 8. What level of Bloom's taxonomy is demonstrated by a student reciting information?

Question 9 9. Which is an example of an ongoing assessment?

Question 10 10. A school principal wants to know the cost and length of time needed to administer an exam. This refers to the _____ of the exam.

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Question 11 11. How can teachers plan for ongoing assessments?

Question 12 12. What level of Bloom's Taxonomy is demonstrated by a student explaining the main idea of a short story?

Question 13 13. Which is true of ongoing assessments?

Question 14 14. Carlos needs to develop a website for his computer technology class. What level of Bloom's taxonomy is demonstrated by this assignment?

Question 15 15. What kind of assessment tasks students with reflecting on their own performance?

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Question 16 16. The most important quality of a good assessment is _____.

Question 17 17. Which of these is the most important skill that peer assessment teaches students?

Question 18 18. What level of Bloom's taxonomy is demonstrated by students discussing the concept and one student saying 'That is so cool!' after class?

Question 19 19. Which is a task students do at the end of class to demonstrate understanding?

Question 20 20. What should you do to ensure students are conducting useful peer/self-assessments?

Assessments in Curriculum Chapter Exam Instructions

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