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Volume :4 Issue : 12 1987      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Composition an objective test to Measure attainment of General Education Curriculum

Auther : Younes Naser

The research has for aim the composition and analysis of an objective test for measuring the attainment of general education curriculum for second year students of the Teachers Training College in Syria (The post-secondary two-year system). To complete the research into its final form, a descriptive-analytic approach was adopted, and work proceeded according to the following steps:

-Resort to guidance: Similar devices for measuring attainment were checked, and the referential framework was consulted, as preliminary steps before drafting the research.

- Scheming the Test: Sixty-four behavioral objectives were derived in relevance to the Test on the three levels of knowledge, comprehension, and application. Scheming process included also compiling test items, which comprise directives and one hundred questions pertinent to knowledge, comprehension, and application.

- Statistical analysis of Test items: The draft formula of the Test was submitted to experts for evaluation. The formula was applied to experimental specimens to test the facility and distinction capacity of Test items, a process that helped rearrange, sift, and improve the items.

- Examining Test validity, consistency, and objectivity: After analyzing the Test statistically, and filling the gaps uncovered through analysis, the Test was put in a new form applied to experimental specimens to assure its validity, consistency, and objectivity before it adopted for use. Validity of the Test was calculated according to the method of coefficient comparison and the method of self-validity. Its consistency was measured by the method of partition in halves and the retest method. Its objectivity was tested through the relevance of marks given by two correctors to specimen answers in an experimental test.

The objective attainment Test was completed according to the above

Procedures. Its validity, consistency, and objectivity were proved with a statistic significance of (0,01) and arealiability degree of 99%. In its final form, the Test consists of one hundred questions, 40 to knowledge, 25 to comprehension, and 35 to application. The Test has a key to correction and two answer copies attached to it.

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