Compare and contrast constructed-response items and selected-response items. Identify the pros and cons of each type of item. If you were to create your own test, what type of questions would you include? Defend your answer. 2. What is item analysis? Why is it important to conduct an item analysis on your test questions? 3. Create your own test on a content area of your choice (examples child psychology or any area of psychology, sports, health, education, recreation, media). Your test must include 2 multiple choice questions, 2 True-False Questions, and 1 essay question. You will create TWO versions of the test. In one test the questions are acceptable, but poor, and a second test in which the same content questions are asked, but the question construction is better. For each question, explain why one question is better than the other (poor question). Vary the problems with your poorquestions, as explained in the text.

1. Compare and contrast constructed-response items and selected-response items. Identify the pros and cons of each type of item. If you were to create your own test, what type of questions would you include? Defend your answer.2. What is item analysis? Why is it important to conduct an item analysis on your test questions?3. Create your own test on a content area of your choice (examples: child psychology or any area of psychology, sports, health, education, recreation, media). Your test must include 2 multiple choice questions, 2 True-False Questions, and 1 essay question. You will create TWO versions of the test. In one test the questions are acceptable, but poor, and a second test in which the same content questions are asked, but the question construction is better. For each question, explain why one question is better than the other (poor question). Vary the problems with your poorquestions, as explained in the text.