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Interim Assessment

Binary Choice Items:


Circle True or False. Each question is worth 2 pts.
1. Performance based assessment items are supply items.
a. True
b. False
2. When you are creating matching items, the answer options are usually
located on the left hand side and the stems are located on the right
hand side.
a. True
b. False
3. Scoring rubrics allow for more subjective scoring and is the assessment
tool of choice for constructed response items.
a. True
b. False
Multiple Choice: Each question is worth 2pts
4. Circle the letter that is NOT true about rubrics.
a. Allow for quick scoring and quick feedback.
b. Rubrics improve teaching
c. Break down specific learning targets and goals.
d. Rubrics are objectively scored.
5. Circle the letter that best fits why data is used in the classroom.
a. Data is mostly used by teachers for test preparation.
b. Students need to learn how to interpret data.
c. Students can use data to reflect, set goals, and document
growth.
d. Teachers can use the data to create grades for each student.
6. Circle the letter that is NOT true about objectives.
a. Should be S.M.A.R.T.
b. Learning goals are the same as objectives.
c. Helps students know what is expected of them.
d. Should drive both instruction and assessment
7. Circle the letter that best fits characteristic of validity.
a. Measures what it is supposed to measure.
b. Consistency and precision in scores.
c. Scores that students would typically receive.
d. Teachers grade on a curve.

Matching:
8. Draw a line between each statement and the name of the test question
model that best fits the description. Not all of the test question models
will be used. (5pts)

STATEMENT

Should have more answer options than


stems or questions

TEST QUESTION
MODEL

Binary
Fill in the Blank

Works best when the correct response is


one word or just a few words that can be
objectively scored
Allows for efficient assessment of
knowledge of basic facts

Essay Question
Short Answer
Multiple Choice

Only two answer options that dont rely


on any other information then what is in
the question
Requires more then simply recalling or
knowing the answer

Constructed Response:

Matching
Multiple Binary

9. Using the Venn diagram list at least two similarities and two differences
between formative and summative assessments. There should be two
differences listed under each category. Make sure to label your Venn
diagram! (8pts)
Label
Similarities (Formative)
Similarities
(Summative)
Differences

2pts
2pts
2pts
2pts

Essay:
In the space provided explain what a performance based assessment is.
Include a definition and at least two examples of how and when you could
use a performance based assessment in the classroom. (15 possible points)

Category

Excellent
(4-5pts)

Good
(2-3pts)

Needs Work
(0-1pts)

Definition

2 examples of a
performance based
assessment

Organization/Gram
matical Errors

Gives a very
clear
definition of
what a
performance
based
assessment is
wile also
showing that
they fully
understand
the definition.
Gives two
very
descriptive
examples of
what a
performance
based
assessment is
and how and
when you
could
implement it
into the
classroom.
(Should be
around 5-6
sentences)
The essay
flows and is
easy to read.
Little to no
grammatical
errors. (1-2
grammatical
errors)

Gives a
definition of
performance
based
assessment
but it isnt
clear that
they
specifically
understand
what it
means.
Gives two
examples of
what a
performance
based
assessment is
and how and
when you can
implement it
into the
classroom
with little
detail.

Doesnt give
a clear
definition of
what a
performance
bases
assessment
is.

They essay
fairly easy to
read but
doesnt flow
very well. Has
more than a
few
grammatical
errors. (3-5
grammatical
errors)

The essay
doesnt flow
at all and is
hard to
comprehend.
Multiple
grammatical
errors. (over
6
grammatical
errors)

Doesnt give
very clear
examples of
what a
performance
based
assessment
is.