Scholastic Subjects On Offer (Compulsory) English(1 st Language) Tamil / Hindi (2 nd Language) – Mathematics – Science – (Social Studies) (Optional) Hindi / Tamil (3 rd Language) for 3 rd to 8 th Std only Computer Science
Life Skills Work Education Visual and Performing Arts Attitudes & Values Literary & Creative Skills Scientific Skills Health & Physical Education Co-Scholastic Subjects (Heads)
Art / Craft Comp.Education Dance Value Education Library Visits / Competition Opportunities Lab Visits / Practicals / PPt Presentations by Students Karate / Swimming / Yoga Co-Scholastic Subjects On Offer
What is ‘continuous’ & ‘comprehensive’ evaluation Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)refers to a system of school-based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of students development.
Aspects Term ITerm II Total FA1FA2 SA1 Total SA+FA FA3FA4 SA2 Total SA+FA TERM I + II 1 English 2 II – Language (T/H) 3 Mathematics 4 Science 5 Social Science 6 Overall FA Grade:____ Overall SA Grade:_______ CGPA Grade:________ Part – I Academic Performance
Spoken skill Use of Vocabulary Conversation ability Recitation / oration Communication with peers / Teachers / Officials Use of Memory in Oration Listening skill Aural-Oral activities Understanding and responding to instructions Speed and accuracy in listening Listening to feedback from peers / group members Language Assessment (LSRW Skills)
Reading Skill Pronunciation Fluency Comprehension News Reading / Presentation Text Book Portion Reading Advertiisement / Announcement Reading Writing Skill Vocabulary Basic Grammar Creative expression Handwriting Sentence construction Use of figures of speech Use of appropriate examples
Language Assessment Individual Activity HW/ Assignment / Composition writing / Reference Activities / PPT Presentation / Mono Acting (Role Play) / Poem Writing Group Activity Open Book Reference Work Scrap Book Preparation Role Play / Character Enactment Debate Participation
Language Assessment Slip Tests Unit Tests Work Book Tests Surprise Tests Monthly Tests Total = Grade FA1, FA3 – Paper Pen works FA2, FA4 –Activity based FA Marks out of 20-40 Converted to 10 point Scale
ACTIVITIES FOR - English / II Language Listening comprehension Conversation Dialogue writing / oral Debate Oration Recitation PPT Quiz Grammar Practice with Picture Pick & speak Paragraph writing with relevant pictures Story telling / writing Reading test Class magazine Missing Letters / Proposition MCQ Collage Role play UNIT TEST
(Mathematics) Number concepts / Tables CW / HW Activity Mental Ability Tests Use of Formulae, Theorems Use of Mind in Geometrical shapes Construction Mathematical Logic
ACTIVITIES FOR - Maths Lab activity / Lab Record Paper cutting & pasting Domino cards for basic operation Quiz Buying & selling – class activity Peg board Prime & composite - Beads MCQ Model making PPT Collage Class work Home work Mental ability Class response Peer teaching Peer assignment Mind mapping UNIT TEST Slip Test / Monthly Test
Science Scientific literacy (Individual activity) Scientific Reasoning / Problem solving (individual activity) Scientific Understanding (Individual Activity) Psychomotor skills (Group Activity) Slip test Monthly test Vocabulary Reading Writing Defining Application of mind Use of precaution Presence of Mind In the practical process Organising information / sequencing steps Identification & labeling Diagramming Assignment / Record works / Project works
ACTIVITIES FOR - Science Science talk Pick & speak Experimental work Group work Quiz Class response Model making PPT Lab activity Collecting pictures relevant to the topic Drawing of the diagram Mind mapping Scrap book activity Role play Chart making Collage making Compare & contrast UNIT TEST
ACTIVITIES FOR Social Studies Compare & contrast Model making Role play / skit Open book test Peer teaching Collecting pictures related to the topic PPT Field trip – report Seminar Quiz Map work Map recognition Collage work Mock parliament UNIT TEST
WEEKLY SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITY CHART CLASS- VI (fa-calender) MONTUEWEDTHUFRIDAY SOCIAL -Drawing-save our resources TAM / HIN.- Reading Practice ENG- Reading, LN-6 P.NO.70 MAT- Concept, ENG- Vocabulary p.no.74 EVS-Vocabulary & Recognition, CS-Vocabulary, ENG- Comprehension p.no.87 SOC-Deforestation (activity) Tam: Aural & Oral Mat: Tables Eng: Extra Reading- Supplementary Reader le-5 Tam- Extra Reading Eng: Spelling Ln: 6,7 Tam- Spelling CS- Sequencing Steps in Process Tam: Conversation Eng Aural Oral Pg no 81
Term-II Unit test Time Table Duration: 40 minutes Marks :20 For classes 6 - 10 DateDaySubjects 14/10/2014TuesdayMaths 21/10/2014TuesdayScience 28/10/2014TuesdayEnglish 04/11/2014TuesdaySocial 11/11/2014TuesdayII language 18/11/2014TuesdayIII Language 25/11/2014TuesdayComputer science 02/12/2014TuesdayEnglish 09/12/2014TuesdaySocial 06/01/2015TuesdayScience 20/01/2015TuesdayComputer 27/01/2015TuesdayII Language 17/02/2015TuesdayEnglish 24/02/2015TuesdayScience
Visual & Performing Arts Inter-House Activities Computer Aided Presentations Class cultural / music Talent Shows Variety Entertainment Shows Stage performance competitions (inter- school)
Attitudes & Values Attitude towards Teachers Schoolmates School Programmes Value system towards society, country, etc.
Literary, Creative, Scientific, ICT & Leadership skills Any Language Elocution / Debates / Model Parliament, Assembly, Panchayat sessions Art & Craft Exhibitions, Science Exhibitions, Participation in Lab Activities IHA – computer Aided Presentations (Information & communication Technology) Team / House Captainships, Class monitoring, Volunteering activities, Team spirit related activities.
Health & Physical Education Yoga, Karate, Sports, Games, Swimming, Skating, Scouts & Guides, First Aid Camps, Gardening, etc.
Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) for Class-9 Students (Compulsory)..Comes up On November 20, 2014. (FA4 of 9 th & 10 th ) 6-8 students Hindi Prachar Sabha Exams OTBA by CBSE for Class IX Students – Part of SA-2 Question Papers (compulsory) SGAI (Students Global Aptitude Index for Class- 10 Students, by CBSE) April 2015
S.No.AspectsDescriptive IndicatorsGrade THINKING SKILLS 1Self Awareness: 2Problem Solving: 3Decision Making: 4Critical Thinking: 5Creative Thinking: SOCIAL SKILLS 1Interpersonal Relationships 2Effective Communication: EMOTIONAL SKILLS 1 Empathy: 2Managing Emotions: 3Dealing with stress: Part -II: Co-Scholastic Area ( To be assessed on a 5 point scale once in a year) 2(A) LIFE SKILLS
Descriptive Indicators Grade 2(B): WORK EDUCATION Descriptive Indicators Grade 2(C): VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 2(D): ATTITUDES & VALUES S.No.Attitudes towardsDescriptive IndicatorsGrade 1Teachers: 2Schoolmates: 3 School Programme and Environment: