This study focused on the followings. Firstly, the object, factors and contents of evaluation, examination characters and direction and guide of questions were reviewed in detail for the background and characteristics of creation of the occupational research field and the behavior field and content field were examined when suggesting the dual object classification table model. Secondly, for the method to produce evaluation questions, which could be a core of this study, evaluation activity situation of unit schools and behavior field classification condition were investigated and the evaluation question production method for the national scholastic achievement examination was classified into concrete and detailed items to discuss as follows.
To concretely review them, I proposed the general principle at first and then explained the composition of sentence, exposition, example and composition of answer sheets as detail as possible for the understanding of teachers and students.
Five kinds of sentence forms according to the frame of question types of the scholastic achievement examination, including the best answer, correct answer, adequate answer, indeterminate forms and incomplete sentence type(completion type) were described in detail.
I expect that they might be utilized by teachers and students as a very useful information. I also appended question types at the end as an attachment for your information. I classified and explained question types of knowledge, understanding, application, research by item as proposed by Korea Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation but I could not present the example questions for want of space. However, I investigated the classification of question types for the scholastic achievement examination by behavior field of the occupational research field. If teaching is carried out based on this information, it will be a good information to prepare for the occupational field of the examination. I hope that this study will be helpful for teachers, who teach on the front and the occupational highschool students, who prepare for the occupational field.