Multiple Choice Items in Testing: Practice and Theory Ebrahim Khodadady

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Multiple Choice Items in Testing: Practice and Theory  by  Ebrahim Khodadady

Multiple Choice Items in Testing: Practice and Theory by Ebrahim Khodadady
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Multiple Choice Items in Testing: Practice and Theory has been designed to address multiple choice item tests (MCITs) from two perspectives: Practice and Theory. Since the book approaches MCITs from a practical point of view it should serve as aMore Multiple Choice Items in Testing: Practice and Theory has been designed to address multiple choice item tests (MCITs) from two perspectives: Practice and Theory. Since the book approaches MCITs from a practical point of view it should serve as a guide to be used by practitioners who wish to develop their own MCITs.

Furthermore, it explores MCITs from various theoretical angles and should, therefore, be of interest to students, teachers and researchers in almost all fields of knowledge in general and language testing, applied linguistics, education, and psychology in particular.The philosophy underscoring the design of Multiple Choice Items in Testing: Practice and Theory was the conviction that MCITs should be addressed and investigated from a theoretically sound basis.

These tests have been doomed to a solitary position enclosed by the fences of negligence and subjectivity. However, in spite of being excommunicated, MCITs have retained their furtive impact on almost all educational spheres and decisions.

The text is the result of an endeavour to shed some lights, however dim and insufficient, on the strong points of MCITs. These lights justify the perseverance and widespread use of MCITs and thus let them bathe in the shower of knowledge and new horizons.The topics comprising Multiple Choice Items in Testing: Practice and Theory have been brought up in such a manner that nothing of expertise in testing is required.

The book can, therefore, be used by undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students in various fields. The first chapter deals with the format of multiple choice item tests. The second and third chapters discuss their components and pave the way for the discussion of cognitive processes and the influence of pedagogical theories on MCITs in chapter four. Chapter Five explores the sources suggested for developing multiple choice items. The advantage and disadvantages of MCITs are elaborated in Chapter Six. And finally Chapter Seven touches upon indices used for item analysis on the one hand and test analysis on the other.



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