Definition of Terms
Assessment – is the process of determining the extent by which the instructional objectives outcomes have been achieved or not by the learners. Assessment of student learning plays a very vital role to every teacher. It can be done by test, interview, observation, etc..
Alternative Assessment – is a form of student performance grading that allows for a more holistic approach to student assessment. Students are enable to provide their own responses rather than simply selecting from a given list of options. It can also encompass a portfolio of work to represent an entire use of concepts, similar to the way a traditional final examination is intended to be a cumulative demonstration of material learned over a given time period.
Conventional – also called traditional. Assessment tools
evaluate what skills student can perform with success. They are generally knowledge-based, versus hands-on or performance based. They include traditional types of test like multiple-choice, short answer essays or constructed responses, and standardized tests such as those districts administer to all students.
Authentic Assessment – is a form of assessment in which student are asked to perform a real-world tasks that demonstrate meaningful application of essential knowledge and skills. It is the most sensible, useful and credible forms of measurement for the fields of education and job placement.
Objective – or desired learning outcome. Is a clear statement of what the teacher would like the learners to accomplish at the end of the instruction.
Evaluation – is an interpretation of what has been measured, giving meaning by the value judgment or criteria.
Measurement – it is a quantitative description of students’ performance, attributes or characteristics.
Testing – is the process of administering a test for trial. It is a tool of test.
I. Identify the following whether it is an acid or a base. Fill in the table with the correct data II.
1. Urine 2. Blood 3. Calamansi juice 4. Shampoo 5. Salt 6. Redhorse 7. Coconut Water 8. Toothpaste 9. Softdrinks10.Seawater
| Red litmus Paper
| Blue litmus Paper
| Acid or Base
I. Classify the following types of computers according to their size by putting them in their respective circles.
SMALL SIZED COMPUTER
MEDIUM SIZED COMPUTER
LARGE SIZED COMPUTER
Classify the types of computers according to their power. (Refer on the list in I)
Classify the types of computers according to their purpose. (Refer on the list in I)
Type of Computer
| Purpose and other Features
| Special purpose;Used by universities, government agencies and large businesses
| Less Fast
| Less Great
| special purpose;Used in large organizations
| General purpose;multi-user computer capable of supporting up to hundreds of users simultaneously; found in mid-sized manufacturing companies and legal accounting firms
| Special purpose;single-user computer;used for engineering applications (CAD/CAM), desktop publishing, software development, and other types of applications
| General purpose;single-user computer based on a microprocessor;computers for word processing, accounting, desktop publishing, and for running spreadsheet and database management applications
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