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Assessment Exercise. Ashley Carroll FDN 5560 Dr. M. Olson June 21, 2005. Background Information. Designed for first graders Assesses math skills in: Sorting Use of Venn diagrams Methods of Assessment Multiple Choice Binary Items Constructed Response (short answer)

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### Assessment Exercise

Ashley Carroll

FDN 5560

Dr. M. Olson

June 21, 2005

BackgroundInformation

• Assesses math skills in:

• Sorting

• Use of Venn diagrams

• Methods of Assessment

• Multiple Choice

• Binary Items

• Performance Assessment

• Lower Level Thinking Learning Targets

• Name ways to sort objects

• Match items to their correct places within an already set Venn diagram

• Explain ways in which objects have been sorted

• Explain how to use a Venn diagram

• Give examples of other objects that would or would not fit into already sorted groups

• Use a Venn diagram to problem solve

• Group items by one attribute and then ultimately two attributes

Higher Level Thinking Learning Targets

• Create a Venn diagram with two given sets of objects

• Compare sorting to using a Venn diagram

• Determine the sorting rules of a given group

Multiple Choice Examples

Binary Test Items

Constructed Response Items

Scoring Rubric for Written Component

• Students will sort a bag of assorted objects according to their own rules in a minimum of three different ways as well as defending the way in which they sorted those items to the teacher.

• Scoring Rubric