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Preparation of Blueprint and a Question Paper

An achievement test is most probably the very important area of appraisal for a guidance program for the benefit of the individual. Scores on an achievement test are excellent means for evaluating educational (academic) attainments and for the individual in the concerned area of the subject covered by the test.

It involves a determination of how quickly, how accurately, and at what level an individual can perform the tasks taken to represent accomplishment.

Achievement test measures present proficiency, mastery, and understanding of general and specific areas of knowledge. Achievement tests attempt to measure what and how an individual has learned, viz. his present standard of performance. Scores of achievement tests indicate the academic status of the individual learner in different subjects as a whole or individually.

Steps of preparing a blueprint:

To conduct an achievement test we have to follow some steps. Here prepare a blueprint for both of the pedagogy i.e., social science and Assamese necessary steps have followed and questions also prepared accordingly.

Objectives of the test

  • To know the knowledge, understanding, and application-level of the students in Social Science.
  • To know the strength and weaknesses of the students in Social Science.
  1. Weightage to Content
Sl. NoTopicMarksPercentage
1Rivers of Assam1845%
2 Our Constitution1127.5%
3 Fundamental duties1127.5%
  40100%
  1. Weightage to Objective
Sl. NoObjectiveMarksPercentage
1

 

2

3

4

Remembering

 

Understanding

Skill

Analysis

5

 

20

8

7

12.5%

 

50%

20%

17.5%

 Total40100%
  1. C. Weightage to Forms of Questions
Sl NoForms of QuestionsMarksPercentage
1

 

2

3

Essay Type

 

Short Answer Type

Very Short Answer Type

15

 

20

5

37.5%

 

50%

12.5%

 Total40100%
  1. Weightage to the length and time
Form of the QuestionLength of WordLength of time
Very Short AnswerOne Word10 Minutes
          Short Answer50-7020 Minutes
           Difficult90-14030 Minutes
  1. Weightage to Difficulties Level
Sl. NoDifficulty LevelMarksPercentage
1

 

2

3

Easy

 

Moderate

Difficult

15

 

10

15

37.5%

 

25%

37.5%

 Total40100%
  1. Weightage to the scheme of option
Sl. No.Forms of QuestionsQuestions in the PaperQuestions to be AnsweredMarks in the PaperMarks to be Answered
1Very Short Answer5555
2Short Answer772020
3 Difficult221515

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  Final Blueprint of Social Science:

Name of the content.RememberingUnderstanding Application Analysis Total
 

 

 

VST

 

 

 

SAT

 

 

 

ET

 

 

 

VST

 

 

 

SAT

 

 

 

ET

 

 

 

VST

 

 

 

SAT

 

 

 

ET

 

 

 

VST

 

 

 

SAT

 

 

 

ET

 
Rivers of Assam1(1)   3(9)      1(8)5(18)
Our Constitution2(2)   3(9)

 

 

       5(11)
Fundamental duties2(2)   1(2)      1(7)4(11)
 5(5)   7(20)      2(15)14(40)
VAT: very short answer type, SAT: short answer type, ET: essay type

 

 Note – Inside Bracket ‘’( )” = Marks               |    Outside Bracket ‘’( )” = Number of Questions

Summative Assessment- I (2020-21)

Subject: Social Science

Class – VII

Time – 1hour                                                                                            Marks- 40

  1. Answer the following questions – 1*5=5
  2. When the constitution of India did come into force?
  3. In which amendment the constitution of India inserted fundamental duties?
  4. There are how many articles in the Indian constitution?
  5. There are how many fundamental duties?
  6. What is the origin of the river Brahmaputra?
  7. Short answer:           2*5=10
  8. Write any two fundamental duties.
  9. Write two features of the Indian written constitution.
  10. Write a short note on the economic importance of the river Barak.
  11. Mention the name of two countries that have written constituting.
  12. Write two problems due to flood occurs.
  13. Write a short note on the benefit of the river Brahmaputra.  5
  14. Why do you need a constitution in a democratic country?     5
  15. Compare the fundamental duties and fundamental rights.                               7
  16. To draw a map of the Assam and identify the location of the following river.  8

Dibang, Lohit, Dikhou, Dhanshiri, Barak.

Analysis of question paper of achievement test (social science)-

SL noChapterLevelsAnswer keysForm of questionDifficultyMarks
1Our constitutionRemembering26 January 1950VSATEasy1
2Our constitutionRemembering395 articles in 22 parts and 8 schedules.VSATEasy1
3Fundamental dutiesRemembering42nd AmendmentVSATEasy1
4Fundamental dutiesRememberingTen Fundamental DutiesVSATEasy1
5The rivers of AssamRememberingHimalayasVSATEasy1
1Fundamental dutiesUnderstanding1.To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem;

 

2.to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom;

SATEasy2
2Our constitutionUnderstanding1.World’s Longest Constitution

 

2.Federal System with Unitary Features

SATEasy2
3The rivers of AssamUnderstandingi)                    Most of the people of Barak valley earn their livelihood from the river by fishing or boating.

 

ii)                  The river is the source of water for the crops of the valley.

 

 

 

SAT

Moderate2
3Our constitutionUnderstandingNepal, Sri LankaSATModerate2
4The rivers of AssamUnderstandingLoss of human life,

 

Damage to property

SATEasy2
1The rivers of AssamUnderstandingThe Brahmaputra River is the lifeline of Assam and its economy. It can be argued that, if properly developed, the Brahmaputra basin can be one of the most prosperous regions of India. The key is to harness the Brahmaputra’s water resources and other resources that accompany it.SATModerate5
2Our constitutionUnderstandingIn a democracy, the constitution ensures that the dominant group does not use power against less powerful groups. The constitution guarantees fundamental rights to the citizens for their social, economic, and political welfare.SATModerate5
1Fundamental dutiesAnalysisFundamental rights are rights and freedoms guaranteed by constitutions of some countries of the world to their citizens. … Hence the primary difference between fundamental right and fundamental duty is that fundamental right is based on privilege granted to you whereas fundamental duty is based on accountability.ESSAYDifficult7
2The rivers of AssamSKILLTo draw a map of the Assam and identify the location of the following river.

 

Dibang, Lohit, Dikhou, Dhanshiri, Barak.

 

EASSYDifficult8

Interpretation: The interpretation has been made from the result.

Social science

Class Interval       Frequency      Mid Point (x)          fx                cf
5-91771
10-14612727
15-1981713615
20-24102222025
25-2962716231
30-3463219237
              35-393                    3711140
             40- 442                    42               8442

N=42                                                                                    ∑fx=984

The result of Social science pedagogy is given below:

mean

Median:

Class corresponding to 25 is 20-24

L=19.5, cf=15, f=10, h=5

median social

Mode= 3 median – 2 mean

Mode= (3 × 22.5) – (2× 23.42)

= 67.5 – 46.84

= 20.66

The histogram for the frequency level of the Social science pedagogy is given below:-

preparation of blueprint and a question paper

From the above frequency polygon, I can interpret that 42 students appeared in the class test. The mark for the test is 40. Out of 40 marks –

  • 1 student got marks from the range of 5-9,
  • 6 students got the marks from the range of 10-14,
  • 8 students got marks from the range of 15-19 and
  • Only 10 students got marks from the range of 20-24,
  • 6 students got marks from the range 25-29,
  • 6 students got marks from the of 30-34
  • 3 student got marks from the 35-39
  • 2 student got marks from the 40-44

The highest frequency is falls under the range of 20-24 and the lowest frequency is falling under 5-9 and 40-44. The statistical data of the test is given below:

Mean= 23.42

Median= 22.5

Mode=20.66

Steps of preparing a blueprint:

To conduct an achievement test we have to follow some steps. Here prepare a blueprint for both of the pedagogy i.e., social science and Assamese necessary steps have followed and questions also prepared accordingly.

Planning of the test:-

Objectives of the test

  • To know the knowledge, understanding, and application level of the students in Assamese
  • To know the strength and weakness of the students in Assamese.
  1. WEIGHT AGE TO CONTENT
Sl. NoTopicMarksPercentage
1Abiskaror kahini820%
2Bihu Adoroni922.5%
3Manurom Majuli1025%
4Rasaraj Laxminath Bezbaruah1332.5%
                          TOTAL40100%
     
  1. WEIGHT AGE TO OBJECTIVE
Sl. NoObjectiveMarksPercentage
1

 

2

3

4

Remembering

 

Understanding

Aplication

Analysis

5

 

22

6

7

12.5%

 

55%

15%

17.5%

 Total40100%
  1. C. WEIGHT AGE TO FORMS OF QUESTIONS
Sl NoForms of QuestionsMarksPercentage
1

 

2

3

Essay Type

 

Short Answer Type

Very Short Answer Type

7

 

22

11

17.5%

 

55%

27.5%

 Total40100%
  1. WEIGHT AGE TO THE LENGTH AND TIME
Form of the QuestionLength of WordLength of time
Very Short AnswerOne Word10 Minutes
          Short Answer50-7030 Minutes
           Difficult90-14020 Minutes
  1. WEIGHT AGE TO DIFFICULTIES LEVEL
Sl. NoDifficulty LevelMarksPercentage
1

 

2

3

Easy

 

Moderate

Difficult

17

 

10

13

42.5%

 

25%

32.5%

 Total40100%
  1. WEIGHT AGE TO THE SCHEME OF OPTION
Sl. No.Forms of QuestionsQuestions in the PaperQuestions to be AnsweredMarks in the PaperMarks to be Answered
1Very Short Answer5555
2Short Answer882222
3  Difficult331313

FINAL BLUEPRINT OF ASSAMESE:

Sl No.Name of the content.RememberingUnderstanding Application Analysis Total
 

 

 

VST

 

 

 

SAT

 

 

 

ET

 

 

 

VST

 

 

 

SAT

 

 

 

ET

 

 

 

VST

 

 

 

SAT

 

 

 

ET

 

 

 

VST

 

 

 

SAT

 

 

 

ET

1Abiskaror kahini2(2)   2(4)       4(6)
2Bihu Adoroni    3(9)

 

 

       3(9)
3Manurom Majuli1(1)   1(2)      1(7)3(10)
4Rasaraj Laxminath Bezbaruah2(2)   2(7)  2(6)    6(15)
TOTAL 5(5)   8(22)  2(6)   1(7)16(40)
 VAT: very short answer type, SAT: short answer type, ET: essay type

 

 Note – Inside Bracket ‘’( )” = Marks               |    Outside Bracket ‘’( )” = Number of Questions

TITLE- QUESTION PAPERS OF ACHIEVEMENT TEST

Subject- Assamese

Class – VII

Time – 1hour                                                                                                  Marks -25

  1. Give very short answer of the following questions- 1*5=5
  2. There are how many satra in Majuli?
  3. Who wrote the ‘Burhi aair sadhu’
  4. What is the name of the ‘Biography’ wrote by Bezbaruah?
  5. Who invented rail engine?
  6. Who invented vacuum brake’?
  7. Give short answers – 2*6=12
  8. Write two names of the satra in Majuli?
  9. Name of the two short stories wrote by Laxminath Bezbaruah.
  10. What is vacuum brake’?
  11. When did Guruprasad Das went to Kolkata and why?
  12. There are how many Bihu in Assamese culture?
  13. When is Rangoli Bihu celebrated? What is special about this name?
  1. Make sentences: 1*2=2

Dollar Bogori,Alehua

  1. Differentiate between story and short stories.               4
  2. Write a short note on Bohag Bihu.                    5
  3. Write a short note on Laxminath Bezbaruah. 5
  4. Why Majuli is called the cultural capital of Assam? 7

Analysis of question paper (Assamese)-

Sl No   chapterlevelAnswer keyForm of questionDifficulty Marks
1Manurom MajuliRemembering22VSATEasy1
2Rasaraj Laxminath BezbaruahRememberingLaxminath BezbaruahVSATEasy1
3Rasaraj Laxminath BezbaruahRememberingMur Jibon XuoronVSATEasy1
4Abiskaror kahiniRememberingGeorge StephensonVSATEasy1
5Abiskaror kahiniRememberingGuru Prasad DasVSATEasy1

 

 

 
Sl NoChapterLevelAnswer keyForm of questionDifficultyMarks
1Manurom MajuliUnderstanding1.Auniati Satra

 

2.Dakshinpat Satra

SATEasy2
2Rasaraj Laxminath Bezbaruah.Understanding1.Burhi aair xadhu

 

2. Kokadeuta aaru nati lora

SATEasy2
3Abiskaror kahiniUnderstandingA railway vehicle brake operated by changes in pressure in a continuous pipe which is generally kept exhausted of air by a pump and controls similar brakes throughout the train.SATEasy2
4Abiskaror kahiniUnderstandingWhen he was at 8th standard and in search of a job.SATEasy2
5Bihu AdaroniUnderstandingthreeSATEasy2
6Bihu AdaroniUnderstandingRangoli Bihu is celebrated at the start of the sowing of seeds. Rangoli Bihu is the Assamese New Year. It marks the arrival of Spring. It is called Rangoli Bihu because of the happiness it brings to people.

 

 

SATEasy2
7Bihu AdaroniUnderstandingBohag Bihu is the most important Bihu festival among the three Bihu festivals celebrated in the state. The festival is celebrated for seven days during the month of Bohag (Baishakh Month) which falls somewhere in the middle of the month of April. … The first day of Bohag Bihu is reserved for cattle and farm animalsSATEasy5
8Rasaraj Laxminath BezbaruahUnderstandingLakshminath Bezbaro (1864–1938) was a great Assamese personality and celebrated pioneer of modern Assamese literature. He was one of the literary stalwarts of the Jonaki Era, the age of romanticism in Assamese literature when through his essays, plays, fiction, poetry and satires, he gave a new impetus to the then stagnating Assamese literary caravan.

 

 

LADifficult5
             
Sl NoChapterLevelAnswer keyForm of questionDifficultyMarks
1Manurom MajuliAnalysisMajuli Island has been a known centre of cultural activities since at least the middle of the 17th century when the great Vaishnava monasteries were founded at the initiative of the Ahom kingdom. Being based on the Neo-Vaishnava ideals, these monasteries (Satras) and numerous villages are the centres at the cultivation of colourful Assamese classical dance and music(Satriya Nritya and geet) and theatrical performances(Bhaonas), art and craft. With ideals of non-violence and social harmony preached by Sankardeva, and the Satra institutions as an instrument of upholding them, the people of Majuli Island at large have not only maintained a continuous cultural link with the greater Indian society, but at the same time, have also contributed to the ideals of the world peace-keeping bodies at large.eassyDifficult7
2Rasaraj Laxminath Bezbaruah.ApplicationDolllar bogori- ji mannuh thir nohoi

 

Alehua- eku kam-bon nokora manuh.

SATDifficult2
3Rasaraj Laxminath BezbaruahApplicationThe most obvious difference (though not necessarily the key difference), lies with the length of the story. Short stories tend to be less than 20,000 words. Anything above this word count and the story begins to enter novella territory. Short stories of less than 1,000 words often fall into the flash fiction categorySATDifficult4
Class Interval       Frequency      Mid Point (x)          fx                cf
5-927142
10-14412486
15-1991715315
20-24102222025
25-293278128
30-3453216033
              35-396                   3722239
             40- 443                    4212642

N=42                                                                                    ∑fx= 1,024

The result of Assamese pedagogy is given below:

Mean assa

Median:-

Class corresponding to 25 is 20-24

L=19.5, cF=15, f=10, h=5

median social

Mode= 3 median – 2 mean

Mode= (3 × 22.5) – (2× 24.38)

= 67.5 – 48.76

= 18.74

The histogram for the frequency level of the Assamese pedagogy is given below:-

preparation of blueprint and a question paper

From the above frequency polygon I can interpret that 42 students appeared in the class test. The mark for the test is 40. Out of 40 marks –

  • 2 student got marks from the range of 5-9,
  • 4 students got the marks from the range of 10-14,
  • 9 students got marks from the range of 15-19 and
  • Only 10 students got marks from the range of 20-24,
  • 3 students got marks from the range 25-29,
  • 5 students got marks from the of 30-34
  • 6 student got marks from the 35-39
  • 3 student got marks from the 40-44

The highest frequency is fall under the range of 20-24 and the lowest frequency is falling under 5-9 and 25-29. The statistical data of the test is given below:

Mean= 24.38

Median= 22.5

Mode= 18.74

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