Presentation on theme: "STD IX PARENT TEACHER MEETING STD IX ORIENTATION KIT 2014."— Presentation transcript:
1STD IXPARENT TEACHER MEETINGSTD IX ORIENTATION KIT 2014
2WELCOME NOTEDear Parents 17th April, 2014 I welcome your ward to class IX . I am sure that the children will have an extremely interesting and interactive learning experience through CCE . The Orientation Kit for std IX is on the website for your perusal . Adolescence is a challenging time and you will see a lot of changes in your child especially emotional. We need to keep engaged . It would be helpful to both you and your child if you keep connected with the supervisor, class teacher and the principal . Please feel free to communicate with me at Mrs. Ameeta Mulla Wattal Principal
3AIMS OF EDUCATION NCF 2005 NEED FOR CCE Reduce stress on studentsMake evaluation comprehensive & regularProvide space for the teacher for creative teachingProvide a tool of diagnosis and remedial actionProduce students with greater skills
4CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION AN INDISPENSABLE PART OF THE TEACHING - LEARNING PROCESS.HOLISTIC ASSESSEMENT OF THE LEARNER.
5Features of CCE Continuous Continual—from the beginning and during the instructional processIncreased frequency /term
6Comprehensive Scholastic - Subject specific areas. Co-Scholastic – Personal characteristics- Attitudes & valuesWork education, Art/Dance/Music ,P.Ed,Participation.Includes a variety of tools and techniques for assessment of the learners.
7Evaluation Formative Assessment : Weightage 40% per term Assessment which is carried throughout the term by the teacher formally and informallyWeightage 60% per termTerm end examsSummative Assessment:
8TERM DIVISIONAcademic year will have 2 terms -FIRST TERM :April to September 2014SECOND TERM:October to March 2014
9Assessment - Design April –May16 July- Aug. Sept Oct – Dec. Jan- Feb TERM -1TERM -2April –May16July- Aug.SeptOct – Dec.Jan- FebMarFA1FA2SA1FA3FA4SA210%30%
10PART 1 - Scholastic Areas ENGLISHHINDIMATHSSCIENCESOCIAL SCIENCECOMPUTER SCADDITIONAL LANGUAGE
12Additional Tools Of Assessment ASL- Assessment of speaking and listening skills.Once every termOTBA-Open text based assessment.Only in Term II examPSA-Problem solving assessmentForms the FA 4 assessment
13FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA) Will comprise of :Class workHomeworkOral questionsQuizzesProjectsAssignments/Tests
15HOME WORK Numerical Practice Exercises Long Questions Collecting material for Class Projects/ Group ActivityProjects done during Summer Break
16C.C.E. Projects (To be done in the holidays) In the form of a folder, pamphlet, wall magazine or a power point presentation.It could be done as a group project using e- technology.Assessed on content, presentation and research done by the studentThe student is expected to answer a ‘viva’ on the project.
17There should be a proper balance between the visuals and the written work. Adults to oversee and guide the children ONLY. Any help in the form of writing, illustrations, labeling etc. should not be done by the elders.Any project purchased from the market will be identified and disqualified.Details of homework will be given in the first week of May.
18SUBMISSION OF PROJECTS Science - 1st week of July, Hindi - 1st week of August Maths - 2nd week of August English - 1st week of November S. Science - 2nd week of January
19SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT(SA) Will be Term End Examination:Curriculum and syllabus circulated in advanceQuestion papers as per the CBSE format.Exam to be conducted by schoolsEvaluation of Answer scripts will be done with in the school.
20ASSESSMENT FOR AN ACADEMIC YEAR Term I - FA1 and FA2SA1Term II - FA3 and FA4SA2FINAL Assessment - FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4= 40%SA1+ SA2= 60%TOTAL = 100%
21USE ATLEAST 3 OR 4 DIFFERENT MODES OF ASSESSMENT EXAMPLE OF FA1 ASSESSMENTApril 2 – MayUSE ATLEAST 3 OR 4 DIFFERENT MODES OF ASSESSMENTUnit Test(Having a variety of Questions) 15Class Work/Home Work regularity 5Recording of demonstration activity 5QuizTOTALTO BE REDUCED TO 10EVERY ASSESSMENT NEED NOT BE COUNTED
22SCHOLASTIC AREAS GRADING SCHEME STD VIII STD IX MARKS GRADE85—100 A+75—84 A65—74 B+55—64 B50—54 C+40—49 CBELOW 40 DMARKS GRADE GRADEPOINT91—100 AI 1081—90 A2 971—80 B1 861—70 B2 751—60 C1 641—50 C2 533—40 D 421—32 E1 30—20 E2 2
23PART 2A CO SCHOLASTIC AREAS LIFE SKILLSThinking skillsSocial skillsEmotional skills
24PART 2B CO SCHOLASTIC AREAS WORK EXPERIENCEPHOTOGRAPHYVISUAL COMMUNICATIONFOOD AND NUTRITIONSCULPTUREINTERIOR DECORATIONANIMATION
25WORK EXPERIENCE ROTATION CHART STD IX ( ) SA SA2STD X ( ) SA SA2MONTH /OPTIONAPR-AUGAUG-NOVNOV-FEBPHOTOGRAPHY1-736-4229-3522-2815-218-14VISUALCOMMUNICATIONFOOD NNUTRITIONSCULPTUREINTERIORDECORATIONANIMATION
26SUBMISSION OF PROJECTS Work Experience1st week of August 1st week of November 1st week of February
27PART 2C CO SCHOLASTIC AREAS VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTSArtVocal MusicDanceDramaticsInstrumental Music
28PART 2D CO SCHOLASTIC AREAS ATTITUDES TOWARDSTeachersSchoolmatesSchool programmes and EnvironmentVALUE SYSTEM
31PART 3A CO CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES PARTICIPATION & ACHIEVEMENT INInformation and Communication TechnologyOrganizational and leadership skills—(Clubs)CLUBSACES (COMPUTER)CONFLUENCE(UNESCO)VASUVRISHTI(ENVIRONMENT)ELECTRONICSAHAAR(NUTRITION)PYTHAGORAS(MATHS)INTERACTQUIZ-WIZSTAR GAZING( ASTRONOMY)ITIHAAS(HERITAGE CLUB)DEBATING/POETRY RECITATION
32PART 3B CO CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITIESSPORTSYOGA/MARCHINGVOLUNTEERINGStudent will be assessed on any two activities
33GRADING SCALE – CO-SCHOLASTIC AND CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES GRADE GRADE POINTSABCDE
34Name xxxxxxxxxx Class/Sec IX Springdales SchoolSESSION :Name xxxxxxxxxx Class/Sec IXACADEMIC PERFORMANCESCHOLASTIC AREAS Part AS.No.SubjectAvg ofFA 3/FA4FA4/PSASA2Overall Formative Assessment (FA1+FA2+ FA3+FA4)40%Overall Summative Assessment (SA1+SA2)30%+30%60%Overall Grade Formative + Summative100%UpgradeIn1ENGLISHC1C22HINDIB1B23MATHEMATICSD4SCIENCE5SOCIAL SCIENCEA2CGPA : 6.2
35Sports/Indigenous Sports B Part 3 (A) : Co- Scholastic AreasGradeRemarksInformation AndComunicationTechnology (ICT)AHe is efficient in handling IT equipment and gadgets..Organizational AndLeadership SkillsCMust adopt a serious approach towards activities of thePythagoras club.Grad eRemarksSports/Indigenous SportsBHe exhibits motivation and leadership with never give up attitude.MarchingHe marches smartly
36GradeRemarksThinking SkillsBHe can recognize and identify a problem. He has newideas but should develop them fluently with responsibility.Social SkillsHe pays attention to others & appreciates their point of viewbut must improve his communicative skill.Emotional SkillsHe believes in himself, seeks help of teacher.Work EducationCShould participate more actively.Visual and Performing ArtsBNeeds more hard work.
37GradeRemarksAttitude Towards TeachersAHe shows courtesy towards teachers, takes suggestionsand criticism in the right spirit.Attitude Towards School-MatesHe is jovial, friendly and socially active in the class.Attitude Towards SchoolProgrammes AndEnvironmentBHe shows interest in school & environment relatedactivities. He needs to come forward willingly.Value SystemHe shows a helpful behaviour. He understands the needsof rules but needs to be more committed in followingthem.
38PROMOTIONThe report book will reflect subject grades and co scholastic grades.There will be no overall aggregate grade however CGPA will be reflected.A qualifying grade D in all subjects is required for promotion.Up gradation to be done in a maximum of 2 subjects depending on the Co scholastic performance
39Report Card English A2 9 Hindi B1 8 Maths C2 5 Science A1 10 SUBJECTGRADEGRADE POINTEnglishA29HindiB18MathsC25ScienceA110Social ScienceB27C.G.P.A. = Sum of grade Points/No: of Subjects= /5= 39/5=
40IMPROVEMENT CHANCEIf a student gets E1 or E2 in one or more subjects he/she will be given one subsequent chance to obtain a qualifying grade.If the student fails to get qualifying grade D after availing one improvement chance he/she will be required to repeat the class.
41IN CASE OF SICKNESS It is mandatory to appear in both SA1 & SA2. In case of sickness the student will be required to appear with the other candidates availing the improvement chance.