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application,   or   evaluation. Use  the  following  guidelines  when  writing  the  true-false  test  item. True-False   Test   Item   Format The  true-false  item  format  is  straightforward.  Write  the  stem  as  a  direct  statement  and  label the   two   alternatives   “true”   or   “false.” EXAMPLE:         (TRUE/FALSE)   When   placing   the   CA   in   stowage,   you   must make  sure  the  CA  temperature  is  normal  before  securing  heater power. a.   True b.   False True-False   Test   Item   Construction Observe  the  following  rules  for  constructing  true-false  items: n   Include   all   relevant   information   and   conditions   required   for   the   students   to   correctly answer  the  item  in  the  descriptive  statement. n   Make   the   statement   concise   and   clear. Make   sure   the   proposition   that   makes   the statement  true  or  false  is  evident. n   Make   sure   the   statement   is   clearly   true   or   false. n  Place  the  TRUE/FALSE  identification  before  the  item. n  When  possible,  make  a  false  statement  consistent  with  a  typical  misconception. n  Do  not  use  specific  determiners  (e.g.,  always,  never,  none,  all,  may,  sometimes). n  Keep  items  short.  Long  items  are  harder  to  read  and  more  difficult  to  judge  true  or  false. n   When   possible,   use   positive   statements   to   minimize   confusion. n   Do   NOT   lift   test   items   verbatim   from   the   curriculum. MATCHING   TEST   ITEM   DEVELOPMENT The   standard   matching   format   consists   of   two   lists   containing   related   words,   phrases,   or symbols.   Students   must   match   elements   on   one   list   with   associated   elements   on   the   other   list based  on  specific  instructions.    Students  pair  the  elements  in  each  list  and  record  the  answer. Matching   test   items   are   ideally   suited   for   testing   recognition   but   may   also   test   comprehension and   application. Test   Item   Format The  matching  test  item  consists  of  a  stem  and  two  columns  listed  below  the  stem.  The  stem provides  directions  on  how  the  student  must  match  the  items  in  the  two  columns.  One  column contains  the  questions  or  problems  to  be  answered  and  the  other  column  consists  of  the  answers. 79

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