SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT OF TENTH-GRADE ENGLISH TEACHERS FROM HOTS PERSPECTIVE

Keywords

Summative Assessment, HOTS, Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy

How to Cite

Utami, A., Dewi, E., & Paramartha, G. (2020). SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT OF TENTH-GRADE ENGLISH TEACHERS FROM HOTS PERSPECTIVE. Jurnal Bahasa Lingua Scientia, 12(2). https://doi.org/10.21274/ls.v12i2.3502

Abstract

This research intends to analyze how Higher Order Thinking Skills are reflected in summative assessment used by Tenth-grade English teachers from HOTS perspective based on Revised Bloom's Taxonomy. This research used qualitative research with a content analysis method to know the extent of HOTS items that are reflected in the teacher-made test. To collect the data, document analysis and interviews were applied. From the data that have been obtained, it was found out that the HOTS-based item used by the teachers was still relatively low. There were only 6 out of 125 items that can be categorized as HOTS-based items with a percentage of 4.8%. HOTS-based items that have been found were also limited to the Analyze category (C4). In the C4 level, three indicators or sub-skills were included such as differentiating, organizing, and attributing. Among six HOTS-based items, 2 items were categorized as differentiating indicators, 1 item belonged to the organizing indicator, and 3 items were attributing indicator.  Furthermore, the result of the interview indicated that the teachers need to learn more about HOTS to get a better understanding in constructing HOTS-based items. 

https://doi.org/10.21274/ls.v12i2.3502

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