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THE CONSTRUCT

THE ASPECTS THAT WE WANT TO MEASURE,EVALUATE OR TEST

CLASSIFICATION OF CONSTRUCT
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS VALUES AND BEHAVIOUR

BLOOM TAKSONOMI COGNITIVE ABILITIES


KNOWLEDGE K COMPREHESION C APPLICATION AP ANALYSIS AN SYNTHESIS S EVALUATION - E

16 CONSTRUCTS IN EVALUATING
C1 THE ABILITY TO ACQUIRE WORDS/RECOGNITION Recognize words on sight Guess meaning of words Obtain meaning of words by identify prefixes and suffixes

C2 - READ, UNDERSTAND AND EXTRACT INFORMATION FROM A VARIETY OF TEXT FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES Main ideas Supporting details Sequence Cause and effect relationship Follow direction Follow instruction Interpreting ellipsis Understand figurative language: similies proverb

Categorizing Similarities

C3 - READ AND MAKE INFERENCES FROM TEXT Moral Values Predict outcomes Draw conclusion Make inferences

C4 READ AND RESPOND TO TEXT Give opinion - Relate text to personal expression, observations and previous knowledge - Select relevant information - Arrange information - Present information

C5 ACQUIRE PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS - Making choices - Making Decisions _ Reporting

C6 READ AND INTERPRET INFORMATION FROM NON- LINEAR TEXTS; - Interpretation of; maps,graphs,timetable,phothographs,illustratio ns,picture,flow chart,plans

C7 RESPOND FOR DIFFERENT PUSPOSES AND DIFFERENT AUDIENCES USING CORRECT CONVENTION; - Purposes - To thank - To give information - To seek information - To invite - To describe - Audience and register elders, peer - Convention Format

C8 USING GRAMMAR IN CONTEXTUAL AND MEANINGFUL WAYS - Word Order - Connectors and Linkers - Articles - Prepositions - Noun and Pronoun - Modifiers

- homophones - homographs - Wh- questions - Question Tag - Quantifiers - Conjunctions - Gender

C9 Match words to Linear and non Linear texts - Transfer information from passage,notice,posters,schedule,stories, advertisements,info grid,graph form and vice-versa

C10 CONSTRUCT SENTENCES - Arrange words - Match sentence parts - Form Sentences a) using substitution table b) expanding notes Form paragraph by ; a) writing answer to questions b) sequencing sentences c) using substitution table d) expanding notes

- write simple sentences - write compound sentences

C11 SPELL CORRECTLY - Range of common words - Monosyllable words - Polysyllabic words - Contractions

C12 Punctuate meaningfully - Capital Letters, full stop, question marks, commas, question marks, exclamation marks, apostrophes.

C13 WRITE FOR DIFFERENT PURPOSES AND FOR DIFFERENT AUDIENCE USING CORRECT CONVENTIONS - Writing a short note/ letter to a friend giving few items on a particular topic - Keeping a diary of events - Describing a process and a procedure in a series of steps

- Writing stories - Book Reviews - Creating poems using the structure of a simple poem as a giide

C14 COPY CORRECTLY - copy words phrases, sentences, questions, paragraphs labels, diagrams and numerals in clear neat and legible writing

C15 FILL OUT BLANKS - Entry forms of competitions - Entrances form for school - Application form for banking purposes - Membership cards to societies,clubs - completing survey - Other types of forms

C16 USE INFORMATION FROM NONLINEAR TEXTS FOR VARIOUS PUSPOSES - Sentences and stories based on pictures or composite pictures or cartoons - Describing a tour itinenary based on maps or brochure - Write a based on diagrams and illustrations