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Constructed Response. The standard drives the question. The content knowledge drives the response. The assessment drives instruction. Shari Alexander 2011 . Senate Bill 1 Definition of Constructed Response.

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Constructed response

Constructed Response

The standard drives the question. The content knowledge drives the response. The assessment drives instruction.Shari Alexander 2011 


Senate bill 1 definition of constructed response

Senate Bill 1 Definition of Constructed Response

Constructed response is a general term that describes any type of item where students must develop or build a response to a question or prompt.

  • Fill in the blank

  • Short answer

  • Extended Answer

  • Open Response Format

  • On Demand Format

  • *Diagrams


Test items

Test Items

Grades 4-8 will have MC, short answer and open/extended response. Grade 3 will have only MC and short answer.

End of Course will likely have MC and constructed response.

On Demand format will use prompts and Editing and Mechanics portion may have MC and short answers.

According to KRS 158.6453 the CRT components will be composed of CR/MC items and NRT components shall be MC items.


State required assessments for 2012

State Required Assessments for 2012

3rd

CRT/NRT Reading and Math -new standards

MC, SA format

4th

CRT/NRT Reading and Math -new standards MC, CR format

Writing: Editing and Mechanics (MC,SA)

Science (CC 4.1) MC, OR*

5th

CRT/NRT Reading and Math-new standards MC, CR format

On Demand Writing (Prompt only)

SS (CC 4.1) MC, OR*

6th

CRT/NRT Reading and Math- new standards MC, CR format

Writing: Editing/Mechanics (MC,SA) AND On Demand Writing


Points assigned scoring guides

Points Assigned Scoring Guides

Short Answer 0-2 points (6.5 in.X3 in. response box in sample from KDE)

Open Response 0-4 points (full page response box as in past)


2 types of cr

2 Types of CR

Closed:

Student has to write answer, but there is only one correct response.

Ex. How many lines of symmetry does the shape below have?

Open Ended:

Student has to write answer but response will measure both content knowledge and application.

Ex. The 4th grade students at Jackson School are going on a field trip.

  • There are 6 fourth-grade classes.

  • Each class has 24 students.

  • What is the total number of fourth-grade students at the school? Show or explain how you got your answer.

  • The students will be riding on 3 buses. The same number of students will be riding on each bus. How many students will be riding on each bus. Show or explain how you got your answer.


Writing a constructed response same as or just more variety in type

Writing a Constructed Response(Same as OR, just more variety in type)

  • Begin with the standard you want to assess? Your question needs to match the standard.

  • Determine the level of thinking your students need to attain look at the power verb (think Bloom’s) based on the standard. That will define the type of CR you draft.

  • Draft your question and be sure you can answer it in text!

  • Practice writing a response yourself, or better yet ask a colleague to read the passage and answer the question. Is it a quality question? Write a 2-point response if question was SA or 4 point if it was an open response.

    The STANDARD will help define the type.

    Short answer should take LESS than 5 minutes to answer using the small space provided. Open Response should take bout 15 minutes using whole page if needed.

    REMEMBER THIS YEAR’S ASSESSMENT WILL HAVE A TIME LIMIT.


Short answer or open response how do i know which one to assess

Short Answer or Open Response?How do I know which one to assess?


Short answer or open response

Short Answer or Open Response


Constructed response

“When students write in their content area they perform better on anytype of test.”

Doug Reeves


Constructed response1

Constructed Response

The standard drives the question. Content knowledge drives the response. Assessment drives instruction. Shari Alexander 2011 


To get to the finish line focus on content

To get to the finish line…FOCUS ON CONTENT

Use the assessment to drive instruction.


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