Midterm Test Success Criteria • You will reinforce your understanding of course concepts • You will become more prepared for the final evaluation • You will become familiar with more a formalized evaluation style • You will develop confidence in your a b i l i t y t o r e c a l l c o u r se c o n c e p t s What will it cover? The test will cover the: Hinduism unit Buddhism unit Judaism unit Note: the test will not cover the introductory unit, which will be revisited before the final evaluation Test process Desks in rows Assigned seating Only pencils and a highlighter or coloured pencil and an eraser are permitted at your desk. All other items must be either hung up at the back or along the front wall of the classroom. Timed writing (end time is recorded) No questions may be asked during the test Test format Part A – fill in a chart with a word box (out of 15) Part B – T and F with 2 corrections (out of 10) Part C – Multiple Choice (out of 10) Part D – Concepts and connections – choose one concept from each religion and fill in chart (KU – what is it?, TI – why is it significant? Where does it fit into the context of the religion? (connect to 3 topics in same religion), A/MC – how does it connect to other religions? (connect to 3 terms from another religion) (chart form, with rubric) Part E – Short Answers (KU – identify concepts, and TI – provide explanations, detail) Part D – Choose at least one from each religion K/U WHAT is it? Define/identify concept. Provide 2 pieces of information for each concept. T/I WHY is it significant in its religion? WHY is it practiced (if applicable)? WHERE does it fit into the context of the religion? Relate it to 3 other concepts from the same religion. A/MC HOW does it compare to concepts in Roman Catholicism or other religions? Provide three comparisons.