Assessment methods and their modified assessment provision (map) implications. Assessing -knowledge and understanding



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Assessment methods and their modified assessment provision (MAP) implications.

Assessing -Knowledge and understanding

Recalling, describing, reporting, recounting, recognising, identifying, relating & interrelating




Simple or MAP free


Complex MAP implications

Short answer questions

Multiple Choice Questions (Paper or computer aided)

Weekly short tests

Essay


Report (individual or group)

Report of data analysis

encyclopaedia entry


  1. Z of…

Wiki or website

Viva voce

Group discussion or debate

Mooting (law assignment)



Examinations: unseen , open book, seen, case study, problem centred ( formative or summative)
In class tests

Viva voce ( for some students)




Assessing -Thinking critically & making judgements Developing arguments, reflecting, evaluating, assessing, judging



Simple or MAP free


Complex MAP implications

Essay

Report/portfolio

Journal or reflective diary

Present a case to an interest group

Briefing / conference paper

Literature review

Written newspaper article

Letter of advice to…..

Oral presentation to a small or large group or on camera


Examinations: unseen , open book, seen, case study, problem centred ( formative or summative)
In class tests

Individual oral presentation for some students -group presentations for others




Assessing - Problem solving & developing plans Identifying, posing or defining problems, analysing data, reviewing, designing experiments, planning, applying information



Simple or MAP free

Complex MAP implications

Report on cause and effect

Research bid

Field work report

Case study analysis

Analysis of a problem

Action plan

Oral presentation to a small or large group or on camera

Group plan, report and presentation

Laboratory practical & report

Group or individual poster

Simulation exercise


Examinations: unseen , open book, seen, case study, problem centred ( formative or summative)
When a student is unable to participate in field trips

Individual oral presentation for some students- group presentations for others





Assessing- Designing, creating performing

Imagining, visualising, designing, producing, creating, innovating, performing




Simple or MAP free


Complex MAP implications

Exhibition

Portfolio

Oral presentation – group

Project work

Performance


Individual oral presentation for some students –group presentations for others




Assessing -Procedures and techniques

Working co-operatively, independently, being self-directed, managing time or tasks, organising




Simple or MAP free

Complex MAP implications


Laboratory practical & report ( group or individual)

Field work report (group or individual)

Illustrated manual (group or individual)

Produce a leaflet or poster ( group or individual)

Portfolio

Observation of real or simulated practice

Viva voce

Video/podcast

Demonstration

Website or Wiki



When a student is unable to participate in field trips


Role play
Viva voce ( for some students)



Assessing -Accessing and managing information

Researching, investigating, interpreting, organising information, reviewing and paraphrasing information, collecting data, searching and managing information sources, observing and interpreting




Simple or MAP free

Complex MAP implications


Report on data interpretation

Report on applied problem/task

Essay

Task report



Annotated bibliography

Examinations: unseen , open book, seen, case study, problem centred ( formative or summative)

In class tests




Assessing -Managing and developing oneself

Recalling, describing, reporting, recounting, recognising, identifying, relating & interrelating




Simple or MAP free

Complex MAP implications

Reflective journal/portfolio/diary

Group oral presentation

Report on group activity

Website/wiki

E-journal

Podcast


Blogs

Individual oral presentation

for some students - group presentations for others



Assessing -Communicating

One, two-way, group, verbal, written and non-verbal communication. Arguing, describing, advocating, interviewing, negotiating and presenting.




Simple or MAP free

Complex MAP implications

Discussion/debate

Oral presentation to a small group or on camera

Real or simulated practice

Court of enquiry

Story boards

Viva voce



Role play
Individual oral presentation

for some students -group presentations for others


Viva voce ( for some students)





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