Online Test: Testing
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1. Identify the type of test: "It tests people’s ability in a language regardless of the learning process that one has gone through"
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2. Identify the type of test: "It can be final achievement tests like your final exams - it can be progress achievement tests or progress monitored tests: should relate to objectives of the language use & also the way feedback is given".
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3. Identify the type of test: "It used to identify learners’ strengths and weaknesses - It generally used in ESP (English for Specific Purposes)".
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4. Identify the type of test: "It is intended to provide a certain goal or objective in which the students are supposed to fit in"
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5. Identify the type of test: "It is dependent on the test scores of other students e.g. percentile scores - It does not tell much about what the student is capable of.
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6. Identify the type of test: "It provides information about what the student can perform in the language - In this test, the criteria are predefined and the students know why they are tested for"
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7. Identify the concept in testing: "It can be of two types – content and criterion-related."
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8. Identify the concept in testing: "It  depends on two factors: whether the test can be used repeatedly; and whether the test can be used for various levels of students."
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9. Identify the concept in testing: "It is the effect that tests have on learning and teaching - It can be of two types – negative and positive."
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10. ____ depends on what the test is meant for and whether it is testing that or not.
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11. _____ relates to examining the test results to highly dependable and independent alternative sources
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12. Match
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 does the test relate learners’ performance with language abilities?
 is the test accepted widely and does it reflect the construct?
 does the test allow learners to use language authentically as in real life?
 does the test have a positive or a negative washback?
 is the test cost-effective?  does it take into consideration resources available?
Washback
Reliability
Validity
Authenticity
Practicality
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13. Identify types of rubric: "It requires the teacher to score the overall process or product as a whole, without judging the component parts separately."
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14. Identify type of rubric: "the teacher scores separate, individual parts of the product or performance first, then sums the individual scores to obtain a total score"
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15. Identify the type of evaluation: It was intended to foster development and improvement within an ongoing activity (or person, product, program, etc.).
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16. Identify type of evaluation: It is used to assess whether the results of the object being evaluated (program, intervention, person, etc.) met the stated goals.
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17. Match
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it is to 'increase' quality
it is to 'judge' quality
Assessment
Evaluation
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18. Identify: It is ongoing; is positive; is individualised; provides feedback.
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19. Identify: It provides closure; is judgmental; is applied against standards; it shows shortfalls.
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