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Title: 指定科目考試規劃研究 I ( 地理科 )
Authors: 王秋原;薛益忠;賴進貴;劉漢奎;李明燕
Contributors: 地理學系
Date: 1999-11
Issue Date: 2013-08-29T05:03:10Z
Publisher: 財團法人大學入學考試中心
Abstract: 為因應未來改良式聯招的推動,本研究之目的有三,一是研擬地理科指定科目之測驗目標,二是開發地理科指定科目非選擇題之題型及各題型之評分指標,三是草擬非選擇題各題型之評分指標。
In order to meet the needs of modified joint entrance examination , there are three objectives in this research : 1 ) to investigate the test goals set by designated geography Subject , 2 ) to develop the pattern of open-ended questions , and3 ) to draft the grading system of different patterns of questions .
To serve the purpose of selecting talented students based on the test goals of the designated geography subject. This research shows that the examination should serve three purpose : 1 ) to ensure that students have a good knowledge of geography , 2 ) to find out if students can apply their knowledge in solving problems , and3 ) to evaluate the student's ability to annualize data •
The type of questions should not only include multiple choice questions, but also open-ended ones. It should include a variety of questions such as short answers, essays, and drawing of maps.
Among these types, the essay type requires students to express their high level of thinking ability, but would subject their answers to debates while being evaluated • Also due to the long-term influence of joint entrance examinations on students, they tend not to express their critical views on geographical phenomena. The essay question will have a large impact on high-school education in future.
Relation: 大學入學考試中心指定科目考試規劃研究 I ( 地理科 )
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