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					        ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABAD
                      (Secondary Teacher Education Department)

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        allied material, other books and narrate in your own words.
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        on APA style of citation.
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Course: Measurement and Evaluation–II (3743)                   Semester: Autumn, 2011
Level: M/S M. Phil                                                   Total Marks: 100
                                                                       Pass Marks: 50
                              ASSIGNMENT No. 1
                                      (Units: 1–4)

Note: All questions are compulsory and carry equal marks.
Q. 1 Describe different techniques for measuring behaviour of individual. Prepare a
     rating scale to measure the interest of students towards the selection of subjects at
     secondary level.                                                                (20)

Q. 2 Administer the rating scale to 30 students of class 9th and perform the item analysis
     and make decision to retain, revise or discard the items.                        (20)

Q. 3 Discuss the assessment problems encountered by the students with special needs.
     Suggest measures to overcome these problems.                               (20)


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Q. 4 Delimit the procedure for constructing performance tasks, also elaborate the
     process of developing scoring rubric for performance tasks.             (20)

Q. 5 Describe the importance of non verbal behaviour assessment, provide examples
     from your experience where non verbal behaviour had positive impact on students
     learning.                                                                  (20)

                              ASSIGNMENT No. 2
                                      (Units: 5–9)
Total Marks: 100                                                        Pass Marks: 50

Note: All questions are compulsory and carry equal marks.
Q. 1 Explain the portfolio evaluation procedures, how the information gathered through
     portfolio is helpful for teachers and parents.                                (20)

Q. 2 Administer the items retained or revised as in Q. 2 of Assignment I to 40 students
     and find mean median, and mode for each item.                                 (20)

Q. 3 Describe the characteristics of a normal curve, collect the scores of 20 students of
     any class apply appropriate statistics to discuss the normality of the data.    (20)

Q. 4 Describe the National Professional Standards for Teachers in Pakistan, Discuss
     how these standards are helpful to teacher Educators for measuring perspective
     teachers performance.                                                     (20)

Q. 5 Compare and contrast the traditional testing and new trends in testing, discuss the
     feasibility of the new trends for application in the classroom.                (20)




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Description: AIOU Autumn 2011 Semester Assignments of Postgraduate to PhD Level Classes Students,