Testing Principles. By Didi Sukyadi English Education Department Indonesia University of Education. Practicality. Is not excessively expensive Stays within appropriate time constraints Is relatively easy to administer Has a scoring/evaluation procedure that is specific and time efficient
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English Education Department
Indonesia University of Education
According to Henning , reliability is
Response validity [internal]
Concurrent validity [external]
Predictive validity [external]
TYPES OF DECISION
- Two correct answers (A and C), wordy (somewhere around), repeat the word table inefficiently
Option d (no article) will be easily detected as a wrong option so it is not a good distracter.
* Containing too difficult vocabulary.
- allow the students to answer correctly without knowing the correct response.
- Absolute clues: all, always, absolutely, never, rarely, most often
A. Pear C. Apple
B. Banana D. Papaya
Unintentional clues: grammatical, phonological, morphological, etc.
Are all distracters plausible?
Adam ate _______
A. fell flat on his face
B. fall flat on his face
C. felled flat on his face
D. falled flat on his face
The boy stepped on a piece of ice and ______ flat on his face.