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Title: The Making of English Assessment Instruments for Junior High School Students
Authors: Fatmawati, Rini
Issue Date: Nov-2012
Publisher: Widya Sari
Abstract: The result of analyzing the 2005/2006 national test for SMP/MTS was that the final tests of English which correspond to the objective of teaching English in the third-grade of SMP Surakarta are most of the test items of reading skill and the final tests of writing skill. it can be concluded that the objectives of teaching English that can be achieved are only most of the objectives of reading skill, and the objectives of teaching English that cannot be achieved are all the objectives of teaching listening, speaking, and writing and some of the objectives of teaching reading skill. To know whether or not the objectives of teaching English have been achieved, the English assessment instruments are worth giving. The available ones can be taken or it is the English teacher himself that have to make them. They depend on the technique of assessment, viz. test only or test and non test, such as: observation, interview, questionnaire, etc. They have to correspond to the specific objectives as indicators of achieving the general ones contained in the Basic Competence (KD) and be arranged in a certain order. The types of the specific objectives can be cognitive, affective, and psychomotor objectives.
Description: The 6th International Seminar 2012 “Research in Teacher Education : What, How, and Why?” Salatiga, November 21-22, 2012
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/2712
ISBN: 978-979-1098-58-15
Appears in Collections:The 6th International Seminar 2012 "Research in Teacher Education : What, How, and Why?"

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