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Selected and Written Response Assessments

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Haley Beaver

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Selected and Written Response Assessments

Chapters 5 & 6

Hannah Carter, Jamilah Henderson, Haley Beaver Selected and Written Response Assessment What is the first word or phrase that comes to your mind when you think about selected and written response? Multiple Choice
True/False
Matching
Fill in the Blank Selected Response Assessment Guidelines for Writing Quality Items How could selected response be used as an assessment for learning? How have you seen it used in this way? Looking at these prompts, one is better than the others. Choose which question can best assess if a child has met the learning target. Guidelines for Writing Quality Items How could written response be used as an assessment for learning? How have you seen it used in this way? Formative Assessment? Lists
Task Specific Rubrics
General Rubrics Scoring Guides Group Activity Use the following passage to write a selected response question based on the guidelines for writing quality test items. Formative Assessment? Written Response Assessment - Short Answer
- Extended Response
- Interpretive Items Group Activity The overall goal is to increase student understanding and learning. Always review for quality so that improvements can be made for the future. Final Thoughts First Thoughts
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