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Get some answer sheets/test papers of previous years. Give one or two answer sheetsto each student. Ask them to read and observe the following points in the answersheets.-
Way of numbering the questions,-
Clarity in Diagrams, Calculation, Tables etc.
Tell the student to rotate their answer sheets amongst the class. Motivate them to gothrough as many answer sheets as possible.
Note for Teachers:
Before starting the above activity a variety of answer sheets should be selected.These should contain very good, good and deficient answer sheets. Names of theexaminee should be eliminated.
Start the discussion with the following questions:--
What did you like in the answer sheets?-
What do you think were the shortcomings in the answer sheets and themethodology used?
Numbering of the questions attempted was proper.-
Writing was good.-
Diagrams were clear and properly labeled.-
Sufficient space has been given between the lines.-
Topics and sub topics were written in bold and under lined also.-
Fresh questions were started from the new page.The following deficiencies were noticed in the answer sheets:--
The writing was not readable.-
Numbering was not done properly.-
Diagrams were not properly made.-
New questions were started just after finishing the previous question.-
No proper space was given for the margin.-
Headings were not clearly written.-
Calculations, Tables etc. were not understandable and were not done neatly.
Continue the discussion to emphasize that if we follow some tips we can perform betterin the examination. Explain the following and involve the whole class by getting theiropinions.
Proper numbering of the question should be done in themargin, preferably in different colour, but not with the redpen.