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    Test Task Analysis

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    Chapter Three. Analysis of the results. Having the results of the reading test tasks is a vital element when creating a series of activities. Firstly, the teacher will have knowledge in relation to the current students’ levels that will help him to choose the most appropriate exercises for future tests. Secondly, the teacher will have a methodological framework aligned to the syllabus of the subject and the requirements established in the CEFR for B2 levels. Finally, this test results will help professors to measure students’ evolution while facing an English reading task based on the CEFR. The teacher will start checking the students’ answers with the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet “CITAS”. The use of this software will provide an average of scores to the professor that will help him to determine the exams’ closeness to the B2 levels established on the CEFR. In order to guarantee the test reliability, the teacher will take into account…

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    Test Anxiety Performance

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    Jerrell Cassady and Ronald Johnson in their research paper, “Cognitive test anxiety and academic performance”, presented the conclusions of some of the foundational research on test anxiety and discussed the results of a study they conducted on the topic. The authors began their paper by examining the different components, namely the emotionality and the cognitive component of test anxiety and their effects on a student 's performance. According to Cassady and Johnson, “the cognitive component…

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    Test Anxiety

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    insecurity, and self-doubt due to test anxiety. Students also experience levels of discomfort in their preparation of their exam and during their exam. All these emotions hinders the students’ performance. Test anxiety is defined as the emotional, physiological, and behavioral responses surrounding the potential consequences of negative evaluation on an upcoming test or exam (von der Embse, Barterian, and Segool, 2013). It has been estimated that between 10-40 percent of all students suffer from…

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    told that the company requires applicants to complete a personality test. Your friend has enough knowledge of personality tests and the job description to know that her personality profile is not exactly what the company is looking for. However, she would really like the job and believes she would make a great employee. She is planning to answer the questions on the personality test to match the company profile and has come to you for advice. Based on this scenario, answer the questions below.…

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    Single Test

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    perform on a test. However, there are many students, some barely starting their schooling, and some who graduate from college in less than four months, who would disagree with me. These students might believe that a high stakes test will define their worth and value to society. The Consortium for Research on Educational Accountability and Teacher Evaluation (2012-2015) believes that student success should not be based on the results of a single test, but instead should include valuable and…

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    STAAR Test

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    The STAAR test should not be used as a final exam in high school. Reason being if students did have to a STAAR test as their final exam, then their would be more conflicts. There are two things you have to realize and that is one test does not determine your intelligence and also that will be more likely for kids to go through depression. “Grades do not define intelligence” and that specific quote is honestly true. If test actually did determine intelligence, then age would define maturity,…

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    Student Test Anxiety Essay

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    today experience stress much more than their parents. It can manifest in many different ways. Test anxiety if left untreated can be debilitating for the student. As a teacher, we should foster a safe environment for students to learn. If a teacher could change simple teaching techniques could it lower student test anxiety? Are there coping mechanisms that can be taught to a student that can be used successfully during high anxiety testing situations? The purpose of this study is to test…

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    Standardized Test Benefits

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    Every year students are forced to take standardized test while they are in school to test their knowledge and their growth year to year, but do these tests truly test a student’s knowledge and growth? No, while sometimes they accurately measure a student’s knowledge and growth, often it does not. The way to make this more accurate is to not necessarily get rid of standardize test but make them to where they are helpful to the students and place them in classes with students that have similar…

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    There are innumerous standardized tests available such as Stanford, Iowa Test of Basic Skills, and California Achievement Test. • Standardized tests scores are considered the only statistical component of an application that is common to every student. It provides a numerical indicator that assists the school admission to fairly compare candidates. • The GPA is key, though not always reliable since not every school offers the same classes (AP, Honors) and there is subjectivity in the…

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    Standardized Test

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    placing students of low socioeconomic status and students of race in unfair contexts, all standardized tests do is disadvantage already disadvantaged groups. In fact, as the National Center for Fair and Open Testing reports in 2011, “Testing leads to standardized instruction that ignores individual differences, needs and cultural variations, such as through ‘scripted curricula’. One size fits few, and that one size takes as its norm white, middle to upper class experiences and cultural…

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