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Assessment (Midterms)

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  • Q1

    It refers to the act of judging or deciding the amount, value, quality, or importance of something, or the judgment or decision that is made.

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    45s
  • Q2

    Which is NOT a definition of assessment?

    It is a tool that teachers uses to give one-way feedback regarding student performance to judge them and make them know their place. 

    It is a tool that can be used an a basis for grouping learners according to their levels of performance and competence. 

    It is a tool that can be used to make students become responsible of their own learning. 

    It is a tool that can be used to monitor the progress of the learners vis-a-vis the competencies they must acquire. 

    45s
  • Q3

    It refers to the range of abilities an individual can perform with the guidance of an expert, but cannot yet perform on their own.

    zone of proximal development

    zone of developmental proxy

    zone of proximity

    zone of procsimal development

    45s
  • Q4

    Vygotski's theory of learning is one of the major theoretical bases of which DepEd Order?

    DepEd Order no. 22, s. 2017

    DepEd Order no. 32, s. 2020

    DepEd Order no. 15, s. 2008

    DepEd Order no. 8, s. 2015

    45s
  • Q5

    It refers to the presence of someone with the knowledge and skills to guide the learners. 

    Scaffolding

    The More Knowledgeable Other

    ZPD

    Social Interaction

    45s
  • Q6

    These are supportive activities, known as scaffolding, provided by the expert that help guide the learner.

    The More Knowledgeable Other

    Social Interaction

    Scaffolding

    ZPD

    30s
  • Q7

    This allows learners to collaborate and work on their skills and abilities. 

    ZPD

    Social Interaction

    Scaffolding

    The More Knowledgeable Other

    30s
  • Q8

    Fill in the blank: It is an ongoing process of identifying, gathering, organizing and ________________ quantitative and qualitative information about what learners know and can do

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    30s
  • Q9

    He proposes a theory of learning that includes indicating the difference between what a student can do without guidance and what he can achieve with the encouragement and guidance of a skilled partner.

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    Jumble
    30s
  • Q10

    A test that refers to assessments which scores are often used to determine the level of instruction for which a student is prepared.

    Language Aptitude Test

    Diagnostic

    Achievement

    Proficiency

    Placement

    Subjective

    30s
  • Q11

    A test that aims to predict a person’s success to exposure to the foreign language.

    Language Aptitude Test

    Proficiency

    Subjective

    Achievement

    Diagnostic

    Placement

    30s
  • Q12

    It tests overall ability regardless of any training they previously had in the language

    Proficiency

    Achievement

    Diagnostic

    Language Aptitude Test

    Placement

    Subjective

    30s
  • Q13

    This is  form of pre-assessment or a pre-test where teachers can evaluate students’ strengths, weaknesses, knowledge and skills before their instruction.

    Subjective

    Proficiency

    Placement

    Achievement

    Language Aptitude Test

    Diagnostic

    30s
  • Q14

    Which is NOT an example of Objective Test?

    Identification

    Matching Type

    Multiple Choice

    Short Answer

    True or False

    30s
  • Q15

    These tests are designed to highlight achievement differences between and among students to produce a dependable rank order of students across a continuum of achievement from high achievers to low achievers.

    Criterion-Referenced

    Norm-Referenced

    Objective

    Subjective

    30s

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