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two forms of table of specification
Meaning of table of specification (T.O.S.) • Table of specification is a plan prepared by a classroom teacher as a basis for test construction especially a periodic test. [ It is important that this be carefullyprepared because it contributes to the development of the quality teat which per see is a good instrument for diagnostic and remedial teaching. Table of specification is to ensure the
valid measure of the most rational objective andcourse contents. We use representative samples of pupils performance in eachof the area to be measured the instrument that that is widely used for thispurpose. • Is a devise for describing test items in terms of the content and the processdimensions that is, what a student is expected to know and what he or she isexpected to do with the knowledge. It is described bycombination of content and process in the table of specification A Table of Specifications is a two-way chart which describes the topics to be covered by atest and the number of items or points which will be associated with each topic.Sometimes the types of items are described, as well. • The content of a course or curriculum may be broadly defined both subjectmatter content and instructional objectives. The former is concerned with thetopics to be learned and the latter with the types of performance pupils areexpected to demonstrate. Both these aspects are of concern in determiningcontent validity. Table of specification is a chart that aids in obtaining a sample of test tasks that represent both dimensions. A table of specification would haveevery learning objective listed for every lesson for the whole year • The table of specification basically is like a table chart that goes over topic thatwill be on a test. This table chart is split into two charts and each sub topic isnumbered under the main topics that are being covered for the test. This type of table is mainly used by teachers to help break down their outline on a specificsubject. ]
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Weegy: Meaning of table of specification (T.O.S.) • Table of specification is a plan prepared by a classroom teacher as a basis for test construction especially a periodic test. [ It is important that this be carefullyprepared because it contributes to the development of the quality teat which per see is a good instrument for diagnostic and remedial teaching. Table of specification is to ensure the valid measure of the most rational objective andcourse contents. We use representative samples of pupils performance in eachof the area to be measured the instrument that that is widely used for thispurpose. • Is a devise for describing test items in terms of the content and the processdimensions that is, what a student is expected to know and what he or she isexpected to do with the knowledge. It is described bycombination of content and process in the table of specification A Table of Specifications is a two-way chart which describes the topics to be covered by atest and the number of items or points which will be associated with each topic.Sometimes the types of items are described, as well. • The content of a course or curriculum may be broadly defined both subjectmatter content and instructional objectives. The former is concerned with thetopics to be learned and the latter with the types of performance pupils areexpected to demonstrate. Both these aspects are of concern in determiningcontent validity. Table of specification is a chart that aids in obtaining a sample of test tasks that represent both dimensions. A table of specification would haveevery learning objective listed for every lesson for the whole year • The table of specification basically is like a table chart that goes over topic thatwill be on a test. This table chart is split into two charts and each sub topic isnumbered under the main topics that are being covered for the test. This type of table is mainly used by teachers to help break down their outline on a specificsubject. ]
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