I. IMITATIVE (Word Repetition Task) Objective: At the end of the test, students are expected to repeat tongue twisters accurately. Instruction: The teacher will read a tongue twister line by line, and each student will repeat after him/her. They will be graded according to the given scoring scale below (Rubrics Adopted From: http://englishutim.weebly.com/uploads/2/3/4/0/23405494/audiorecordingevaluationrubric.pdf) Suzie, Suzie, working… Continue reading TYPES OF SPEAKING TESTS
POETRY ANNABEL LEE by: Edgar Allan Poe It was many and many a year ago, In a kingdom by the sea, That a maiden there lived whom you may know By the name of Annabel Lee; And this maiden she lived with no other thought Than to love and be loved by me. I was a… Continue reading READING TESTS
A. PERCEPTIVE Objective: At the end of the test, students are expected to discriminate the distinct grapheme. GRAPHEME RECOGNITION TASK Instruction: Write the word that does not belong in each item below 1. (luck, lock, look) 2. (sin, scene, seen) 3. (hair, heir, hare) 4. (wrist, wrest, rest) 5. ( bare, bear, beer) ANSWER… Continue reading DIFFERENT TYPES OF READING TEST
OBJECTIVE At the end of the test/activities, students are expected to: a.) Recognize homophones b.) Exhibit team work with their group c.) Arrange the given jumbled events of the story “The Hare and the Tortoise” I. CLOZE TEST Title of the game: “COMPLETE… Continue reading LISTENING TESTS/ACTIVITIES
The following factors in the test itself can prevent the test items from functioning as desired and thereby lower the validity: (a) Length of the test – A test usually represents a sample of many questions. If the test is too short to become a representative one, then validity will be affected accordingly. Homogeneous lengthening of a… Continue reading FACTORS AFFECTING VALIDITY
Test length. Generally, the longer a test is, the more reliable it is. Speed. When a test is a speed test, reliability can be problematic. It is inappropriate to estimate reliability using internal consistency, test-retest, or alternate form methods. This is because not every student is able to complete all of the items in a speed… Continue reading FACTORS AFFECTING RELIABILITY
Question: Which of the four language assessment approaches does it adhere more, and why? Among the four language assessment approaches, communicative approach adheres more because one of its’ characteristics is to test the students’ views about the real-life situation thus it is very helpful for them to be aware of the current issues not just… Continue reading LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODS & APPROACHES, AND LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT APPROACHES.