Ta'dib
Vol 22, No 1 (2019)

THE LEVELS OF QUESTIONS USED ON READING TEST WITH REGARDS TO REVISED BLOOM'S TAXONOMY

Fitri, Yenni Kurnia (Unknown)
Syarif, Hermawati (Unknown)
Anwar, Desvalini (Unknown)



Article Info

Publish Date
29 Jun 2019

Abstract

The research aims to find out the levels of questions used by an English teacher for mid-semester reading test for the second graders in SMA 2 Padang in accordance Anderson’s and Karthwohl’s taxonomy (2001). The participant was chosen based on purposive sampling. This is a descriptive research. The data of the research were obtained from documents analysis. Evaluation of the question sheets were analyzed one by one. After that, the data were analyzed, grouped, and explained based on the research aims. The results of this research show that the teacher formulated on three levels of questions. They are the questions remembering (46.67%), understanding (36.66%), and applying (16.67%). From the result, it can be concluded almost half of the questions are in the form of remembering and least of them for applying.

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Journal Info

Abbrev

takdib

Publisher

Subject

Education

Description

Ta'dib with ISSN 2580-2771 (Online) and 1410-8208 (Print) is peer review journal was firstly published in 1997 by Jurusan Tarbiyah (now is Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Ilmu Keguruan IAIN Batusangkar) or Faculty of Education and Teacher Training of State institute for Islamic Studies Batusangkar. The ...