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EXAMPLES OF LITERATURE TESTS

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Emelisa Labuga

on 4 September 2014

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Transcript of EXAMPLES OF LITERATURE TESTS

Interests
Education
Skills
Experience
References
1.TESTING LITERAL COMPREHENSION
Students are required to re-arrange ideas according to required format to show that the whole concept has been well understood.
TESTING INFERENCE
Testing Appreciation
ELT

Evaluation tests
require students to compare information and ideas in a text
Essay Type
Judgements of reality and fantasy
Jugdement of acceptability
EXAMPLES
OF
LITERATURE TESTS
TESTING
REORGANIZATION
It includes recall of details
main details
sequence
comparisons
cause and effect relationships
character traits

Inferential Test

require students to use information explicitly stated in the text along with personal experience and knowledge in order to form hypothesis
Objective type
Interpreting figurative language
Inferring Character traits
Essay type
Predicting outcomes
Inferring authors organization
Testing Evaluation
Appreciation Tests
require students to articulate emotional and aesthetic responses
Objective Type
Classifying
Synthesizing
Essay Type
Outlining
Summarizing
Objective type
Recall of Details (characters and their lines, order of events)
Essay Type
contrasting characteristics of the protagonist and antagonist
Objective Type
Judgments of fact or opinion
Objective Type
reacting to authors connotative use of language
Essay Type
Identifying with character or incidents
Responding emotionally to the text
evaluating
literature test
Literal Comprehension & Inference Test
CONTENT weight more than FORM
Evaluation & Appreciation Tests
elicit opinion answers
substance does not depend on the literary text but the ability of the student to express his/her idea
Essay Type of Test Evaluation
difficult to assess
focuses on both content and form
Objective Type of Literature
easy to evaluate
ready answer keys to the questions

THE END
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