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Paper Title: Question Analysis Test of High Order Thinking Skills Type on the Final Test Semester of Christian Education and Character Course
Authors Name: Wilhelmus Laborar
Unique Id: IJSDR1902055
Published In: Volume 4 Issue 2, February-2019
Abstract: A good test instrument can improve the quality of the assessment results, namely the profile of students' abilities. The ability of students is a form of mastery of a concept that is obtained when students can think according to their level. The ability to think according to its level is a cognitive process according to Bloom's Taxonomy theory that has been revised, divided into two, namely high-level thinking skills or Higher Order Thinking Skill (HOTS) and low-level thinking skills or Lower Order Thinking Skill (LOTS). However, the focus of this study is the Analysis of HOTS (High Order Thinking Skills) Test Questions in the Final Test of Christian Education Subjects and Character. The results showed that there were no final semester test questions for Christian education and Character subjects included in characteristics of HOTS type (measuring high-level thinking skills) on School sample. This means that none of the questions made contain HOTS characteristics. Since there are no final semester test questions that contain the characteristics of the HOTS Type Question, then these questions are not used again in the final semester of the 2017/2018 academic year test, this has not been used for a long time when testing in class. A condition that proves that until this research was conducted, there were no questions which contained the characteristics/types of HOTS questions. The various basic concepts asked have received good explanations from the teachers (informants), (b) Designing HOTS type test questions. Generally, the teachers already understand it enough, but there are still teachers who do not understand it and design it. The teacher's attitude is related to the need for mastery of question designs that measure students' HOT (High Order thinking) abilities because in designing this problem, there must be mastery of the cognitive processes of students, also the support of related parties. Teachers have high expectations in the future related to the preparation of questions that measure the ability of HOT (High Order thinking) students in school -schools are used as research locus, meaning that the teacher is motivated to rearrange HOTS type questions for later d Test the test according to the stages.
Keywords: High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS); question analysis; Christian education; character
Cite Article: "Question Analysis Test of High Order Thinking Skills Type on the Final Test Semester of Christian Education and Character Course", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.4, Issue 2, page no.338 - 342, February-2019, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR1902055.pdf
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Published In: Volume 4 Issue 2, February-2019
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