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EXAMPLE:          Using  the  FCDs  in  OP  XXXX,  match  the  circuit  element  listed in  column  B  to  the  signal  it  generates  in  (column  A).  Write  the letter  representing  your  answer  in  the  blank  to  the  left  of  each signal  in  column  A.  You  may  use  a  letter  in  column  B  once, more  than  once,  or  not  at  all. Test   Item   Construction Use  the  following  guidelines  when  constructing  matching  test  items: Clearly  specify  in  the  stem  (directions)  how  the  students  are  to  match  the  question  and  the answer. Always   place   the   questions   in   the   left-hand   column.   Place   answers   in   the   right-hand column. When  feasible,  use  single  words,  numbers,  codes,  symbols,  short  phrases,  and  the  like,  in the  answer  list. Make   all   answers   relate   to   the   question.   That   helps   to   prevent   elimination   of   unrelated answers. Specify   in   the   directions   how   often   students   may   use   the   answers. When  possible,  arrange  the  answers  according  to  some  system  (e.g.,  arrange  numerical answers  in  ascending  or  descending  order). Place  options  on  the  same  page.  Students  should  not  have  to  turn  back  and  forth  for  the answer. COMPLETION   TEST   ITEM   DEVELOPMENT The  completion  test  item  is  a  free  response  type  of  item  in  which  the  student  must  supply  the missing  information  from  memory.  You  may  make  the  completion  item  a  listing  test  item  in which  the  student  must  supply  the  required  list  of  part  names,  procedural  steps,  and  so  on,  from memory.   An   advantage   of   the   completion   item   over   the   multiple-choice   or   the   true-false   types is   that   it   requires   more   than   simple   recognition   of   information.   That   eliminates   the   possibility of  guessing. Completion  items  are  easy  to  construct. You   will   find   them   useful   in   situations   in   which 80

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