# Chapter 6 math

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ELE 305 MathYear 1

This lesson contains 30 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

Lesson duration is: 30 min

## Items in this lesson

#### Slide 18 -Slide

Why do we have classroom assessment?
A
To determine strengths and weaknesses in students knowledge and skills
B
To adjust instruction to the needs of individuals or the group
C
To determine which instructional strategies are most effective
D
To plan instruction that meet curriculum goals from the federal, state, and local standards

#### Slide 19 -Quiz

What are the characteristics of effective assessments?

A
B
Relates to level and style of instruction Is continuous
C
Includes data from various learning tasks and settings
D
all of the above

#### Slide 20 -Quiz

What are some characteristics of effective assessment?
A
Relates to content and processes in learning
B
Relates to curriculum and instructional objectives
C
Both A & B
D
A not B

#### Slide 21 -Quiz

What steps ae necessary when planning for instruction?

A
How can student work be recorded and documented?
B
What student learning objectives or performance indicators are being assessed?
C
What instructional actions can be taken based on assessment?
D
What levels of performance demonstrate student achievement—individually and collectively?

#### Slide 22 -Quiz

No Child Left Behind legislation increased emphasis on student test scores.

A
True
B
False

#### Slide 23 -Quiz

Teachers do not need new knowledge and skills for understanding standardized test scores.
A
True
B
False

#### Slide 24 -Quiz

Teachers must understand appropriate uses, meanings, and limitations of standardized testing.
A
True
B
False

#### Slide 25 -Quiz

Counselors must explain to parents what tests indicate about their child’s performance in math
A
True
B
False

#### Slide 26 -Quiz

Two types of standardized tests are:
A
End of quarter test and Dibbles
B
Norm-referenced tests
C
Criterion-referenced tests
D
Both B & C

#### Slide 27 -Quiz

Norm-referenced tests:

A
Individual scores are compared to scores of a large group of similar students.
B
Based on the bell curve or normal curve
C
Both A & B
D
A only

#### Slide 28 -Quiz

Criterion-referenced tests

A
Tests are organized around specific instructional and performance objectives.
B
Individual scores are compared to classmates.
C
Individual scores are compared to a pre-set level of mastery (criterion)
D
Both A & C

A