Assessment MC

Question 1 of 31

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... is an external way of monitoring the education system by comparing learner's performance to national indicators of learner achievement.

Select one of the following:

  • Summative assessment

  • Systematic assessment

  • Formative assessment

  • Summative and systematic assessment

Question 2 of 31

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If the task or work being assessed truly belongs to the learner being assessed, then the principle of ... in assessment has been observed.

Select one of the following:

  • validity

  • reliability

  • authenticity

  • fairness

Question 3 of 31

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Moderation in assessment can be defined as a ...

Select one of the following:

  • process of continual gathering of valid and reliable information about the performance of the learner against clearly defined criteria

  • process of ensuring that teachers are assessing learners' work according to agreed standards

  • process of gathering information about a learner's progress and making a judgment about the learners' achievement

  • none of the above.

Question 4 of 31

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Assessment may be conducted to ...

Select one of the following:

  • diagnose learning problems and barriers

  • determine how well learners are progressing in a particular subject and in a grade

  • promote and select learners

  • achieve all of the above as well as other purposes

Question 5 of 31

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Criteterion-referenced assessment is the practice of comparing a learner's performance against...

Select one of the following:

  • standards predetermined in an average mark as a "pass" mark

  • standards of performance which are determined and clearly described beforehand

  • Standards of other learners

  • standards described clearly in a memorandum

Question 6 of 31

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Summative assessment is done...

Select one of the following:

  • by summarising all assessments

  • at the end of a learning process

  • at the end of a learning programme

  • by adding all the assessment marks for a year

Question 7 of 31

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Formative assessment is done...

Select one of the following:

  • to support learning

  • to identify barriers to learning

  • to form opinions about learning

  • to form the value system of learners

Question 8 of 31

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The task of a moderator in relation to assessment is to make sure ...

Select one of the following:

  • that the assessment instruments are of the required quality and standard

  • that the assessment process including marking & feedback is credible

  • that the learning process is effective

  • the assessment instruments are of the required quality and standard and that the assessment process including marking & feedback is credible

Question 9 of 31

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Assessment is similar to evaluation and occurs when...

Select one of the following:

  • students finish a task, whereas evaluation goes beyond assessment to include the gathering of information about learner performances.

  • information is gathered about component parts of something that is evaluated

  • a judgement is made on a performance measured against outcomes and/or criteria

  • information is gathered about component parts of something that is evaluated and a judgement is made on a performance measured against outcomes and/or criteria

Question 10 of 31

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We assess to... (select the answer that is incorrect)

Select one of the following:

  • provide all stakeholders with sufficient dependable information and feedback to inform their judgements, choices and decisions about learning

  • grade learners so that we can see who is best, who is average and who is the worst.

  • determine how much learners know about the subject/learning area.

  • determine who fails and who passes the academic year.

Question 11 of 31

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Continuous assessment spans the entire learning process and includes...

Select one of the following:

  • baseline, diagnostic, formative and summative assessment

  • baseline and diagnostic assessment

  • baseline, diagnostic and formative assessment

  • baseline, formative and summative assesssment

Question 12 of 31

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In assessment for learning...

Select one of the following:

  • tracks the progress of learners towards achievement of the aims

  • is an integral part of teaching and learning process

  • is form of formative assessment

  • All of the above

Question 13 of 31

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Assessment criteria are guidelines and standards that can be used by ...

Select one of the following:

  • educators or determine what should be taught

  • assessors to determine what should be assessed

  • learners to determine what should be learned

  • all of the above

Question 14 of 31

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Indicate which one of the following ways is counter-productive in providing feedback:

Select one of the following:

  • feed forward

  • corrective feedback

  • balanced feedback

  • positive tone

Question 15 of 31

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To plan assessment the assessor must answer the following questions:

Select one of the following:

  • How old is the learner, what is the IQ of the learners, in which grade is the learner?

  • How much can the learner be expected to know, how did the learner do in previous assessments, how can the learner improve?

  • What must the learners be able to know and do, how can they show that they know and can do it, how will the assessor assess what they know and do?

  • How will the assessment be done, who does quality control of the assessment, who will assess, who will do the reporting?

Question 16 of 31

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The main objective of the policy on inclusion (White Paper 6) is to give guidelines for...

Select one of the following:

  • recycling of white paper in schools

  • language in the classroom

  • assessment of learners with barriers to learning.

  • parent involvement in assessment.

Question 17 of 31

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Which of the following is most important?

Select one of the following:

  • Assessment for learning

  • Assessment of learning

  • Assessment during learning

  • All three are equally important

Question 18 of 31

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MARRA stands for monitoring, assessment, recording, reporting and ...

Select one of the following:

  • achievement

  • accountability

  • activity

  • assignments

Question 19 of 31

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Lesson plans should include references to ...

Select one of the following:

  • assessment tasks, assessment methods and assessment activities

  • assessment marks, assessment portfolios and learner portfolios

  • assessment types, assignments and teacher portfolios

  • none of the above

Question 20 of 31

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Your accountability as an educator and assessor means to ...

Select one of the following:

  • give account to parents, potential employers and the public

  • provide clear records of the academic progress and achievements of learners as future employees

  • give account to parents, potential employers and the public and provide clear records of the academic progress and achievements of learners as future employees

  • give account to parents, potential employers and the public and provide clear records of the academic progress and achievements of learners as future employees and also that you give account of your lesson plans, schemes of work and your own reflections on assessments

Question 21 of 31

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Assessment in an outcomes-based context is…

Select one of the following:

  • An approach to determine if learners fail or pass

  • Just another name for tests and examinations

  • An approach to determine if learners achieved the learning outcomes

  • An approach to determine if learners fail or pass and An approach to determine if learners achieved the learning outcomes

Question 22 of 31

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Assessment is an ongoing process in which assessors:

Select one of the following:

  • Establish clear, measurable expected outcomes of student learning

  • Ensure that learners have sufficient opportunities to achieve these outcomes

  • Systematically gather, analyse, and interpret evidence to determine how well student learning matches their expectations.

  • Do all of the above

Question 23 of 31

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Appropriateness, fairness, manageability and integratedness are all assessment principles related to:

Select one of the following:

  • Assessment methods

  • Assessment evidence

  • Assessment processes

  • Assessment procedures

Question 24 of 31

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In assessment for learning and in assessment of learning we assess

Select one of the following:

  • Learning achievement or progress of learners towards achievement of the outcomes

  • The learning process or how learners are assisted to reach the outcomes

  • Summatively and formatively

  • All of the above

Question 25 of 31

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The practice in which the assessment process is transparent to all stakeholders and learners, and where learners are even given an opportunity to contribute to the planning of assessments refers to the following principle:

Select one of the following:

  • None of these listed below (Open)

  • Consistent

  • Authentic

  • Valid

Question 26 of 31

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Indicate which statement is NOT relevant to assessment and multiple intelligences (MI)

Select one of the following:

  • MI brings an awareness that many varied assessment task will allow learners to respond according to more than one intelligence or ability.

  • Learners can go beyond traditional test-taking modes because MI related tasks will allow them to respond in various ways

  • Teachers need to structure their lessons to engage most of the intelligences, but not their assessments – all learners have to be assessed the same way

  • Teachers can use different methods, tools and techniques to assess learners in MI

Question 27 of 31

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Indicate which statement is NOT associated with authentic assessments

Select one of the following:

  • Worthy tasks are assessed, and means that knowledge is repeated rather than applied

  • Worthy tasks are assessed, i.e. tasks that are varied and provided real-world challenges

  • Varied tasks are assessed to address individual learning styles, aptitudes and interests

  • Worthy tasks are assessed, including tasks that require higher order thinking

Question 28 of 31

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Assessment is objective and transparent. This means that learners need to understand

Select one of the following:

  • What is assessed and why it is assessed

  • When and how they must prepare

  • What is assessed, why it is assessed and how it is assessed

  • What is assessed and why it is assessed and When and how they must prepare

Question 29 of 31

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Summative assessment is done

Select one of the following:

  • To identify barriers to assessment

  • To support leaning

  • To determine promotion to the next level

  • Both To identify barriers to assessment and To support leaning

Question 30 of 31

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The so-called CAPS curriculum is, in terms of the Department of Education,

Select one of the following:

  • A new curriculum based on content-based approaches

  • A curriculum based on new approaches

  • A curriculum that repackaged the curriculum in terms of content, rather than outcomes

  • A curriculum based on revised content and methodologies

Question 31 of 31

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The following is NOT a feature or principle of the CAPS curriculum

Select one of the following:

  • Distinction is made between school-based assessments done by the school during the year and external assessments done at the end of the year by Umalusi.

  • School-based assessments are also referred to as classroom assessment and are formal and/or informal in nature

  • The principle of transparency is regarded of utmost importance and teachers must ensure that learners know beforehand what will be assessed

  • Feedback has to be provided on all formal and informal assessments, individually and/or for groups.

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