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Reliability/Validity/Rubric Development

Quiz by Aida Jeaneth Chávez Ayala

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  • Q1

    Alternative assessments are used to determine what students can and cannot do, in contrast to what they do or do not know.



  • Q2
    What is the term used to describe the consistency and accuracy of assessment results?
  • Q3
    Which of the following is NOT a source of measurement error in assessment?
    Systematic error
    Random error
    Content validity
    Inter-rater reliability
  • Q4
    Which of the following is an example of inter-rater reliability?
    A measurement tool consistently providing the same result for repeated measurements
    A student's score on a test remaining consistent over time
    A test accurately measuring the construct it is intended to measure
    Two different teachers consistently giving the same grade to a student's essay
  • Q5
    When evaluating the reliability of an assessment, which of the following is true?
    A high reliability coefficient indicates greater consistency in scores
    Reliability coefficient measures validity, not consistency
    A low reliability coefficient indicates greater consistency in scores
    Reliability does not impact the consistency of scores
  • Q6
    What is a rubric?
    A linguistic rule in a foreign language.
    A type of language learning activity.
    A tool used to assess performance based on predetermined criteria.
    A language proficiency test for learners.
  • Q7
    What is the purpose of a rubric in assessing language learning?
    To make language learning more enjoyable.
    To create competition among language learners.
    To provide clear criteria for evaluating language proficiency.
    To determine learners' native language.
    To give learners a structure to follow in language acquisition.
  • Q8
    What is the difference between analytic and holistic rubrics in language learning assessments?
    Analytic rubrics assess separate language skills, while holistic rubrics provide an overall assessment.
    Analytic rubrics are used for written assessments, while holistic rubrics are used for oral assessments.
    Analytic rubrics provide detailed feedback, while holistic rubrics only give a general score.
    Analytic rubrics are subjective, while holistic rubrics are objective.
  • Q9
    What is the purpose of feedback in language learning?
    To assess learners' language proficiency objectively.
    To establish clear expectations for learners.
    To provide guidance and help learners improve their language skills.
    To compare learners' performance with their peers.
  • Q10
    What is the purpose of formative assessment in language learning?
    To determine students' final grades at the end of the course.
    To assess students' language proficiency objectively.
    To compare students' performance with their peers.
    To monitor students' progress and provide feedback during the learning process.

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