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1 Welcome to Orientation
Class – IX The presentation aims at running you through the important features of the scheme of study for Class IX and X . The presentation will be available on school website , so you need not note down every point. Please feel free to clarify and ask any question .

To begin with , I will like to give you two important links that will provide you any clarification required by you and the latest changes that are introduced by CBSE. School will also be informing you about the latest changes through circulars but you must also visit these links for sample papers, curriculum etc.

CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION The entire academic pattern will be based like in earlier classes on CCE or Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation but it will have a design fixed by CBSE. As the name suggests the students are going to be assessed not just on the basis of one end of term examination but through a continous process. It is going to be comprehensive as it is not just covering the academic progress of a student but also his all round development. All this again will be evaluated by using a variety of techniques.

4 Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation
refers to a system of school based assessment that covers all aspects of a student’s development It emphasizes two fold objectives. Continuity in evaluation and assessment of broad based learning. Behavioural outcome.

Continual—from the beginning and during the instructional process Periodicity—frequency /term

6 Comprehensive Scholastic - Subject specific areas. Co-Scholastic –
Life Skills, Work Experience ,Visual and Performing Arts and Attitudes, Values and other Co Curricular activities Includes a variety of tools and techniques for assessment of the learners.

7 CLASS IX & X An academic year will have 2 terms - FIRST TERM
April to September SECOND TERM October to March Syllabus for each subject will be divided in to two terms. Although syllabus tested in first term will not be tested again but application of some concepts may be required in the second term.

8 Term I Term 2 CCE at Secondary level in CBSE schools FA (1) 10%
Each term will have two formative assessments & one summative assessment in each subject. Term I FA (1) 10% FA (2) 10% SA (1) 30% Term 2 FA (3) 10% FA (4) 10% SA (2) 30%

Will comprise of : Class work Homework/ Educosoft Oral questions Quizzes Projects Assignments/Tests Role Play Seminar Group Discussions Presentations Movie making

10 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT(SA) Will be End of Term Examination
Summative Assessment –I in September (TERM-I) Summative Assessment –II in March (TERM-II) Curriculum and syllabus as circulated by the Board. Question papers will be sent by CBSE. Schools also have a choice to make their own question papers as per CBSE guidelines. Exams will be conducted by schools. Evaluation of Answer scripts will be done within the school.

11 April – July July- Sept Sept Oct –Dec Dec- Mar PSA Mar FA1 FA2 SA1 FA3
Assessment Design April – July July- Sept Sept Oct –Dec Dec- Mar PSA Mar FA1 FA2 SA1 FA3 FA4 SA2 10% 30% FINAL Assessment- FA1+ FA2+ FA3+ FA4 = 40% SA1+ SA2 = 60%

12 Term I - (April 14 – Sept. 14) Term II- (Oct. 14 – March 15) Formative Assessment I (FA I) a) Paper-Pen Test : 35 b) Activity based Assessment : 10+5 Formative Assessment III (FAIII) Formative Assessment II (FA II) a) Activity Based Assessment : 10+10 b) Project/ Lab Activity : 15 c) Notebook Assessment: 5 Formative Assessment IV (FA IV) English , Mathematics, Science and Social Science - Problem Solving Assessment – conducted by CBSE Hindi - Activity Based Assessment : , Project/ Lab Activity : 15 Notebook Assessment: 5 Summative I English - ASL – 20 marks, Pen & Paper test – 70 marks Science, Math, Social Sc, Hindi/Sans/Fr Pen & Paper test – 90 marks Summative II ASL – 20 marks Science, Math, Social Sc ,Hindi/ Sans/Fr Pen & Paper test – 90 marks

13 Operational Modalities 1
Performance will be assessed using conventional numerical marking and these will be converted into grades. Grades will be awarded on a 9 point scale. The CBSE will issue a statement of Subject wise performance i.e. Grade Sheet (NO MARKS) at the end of class X.

Marks Grade Grade Point 91—100 A 1 10.0 81- 90 A2 9.0 71-80 B 1 8.0 61-70 B 2 7.0 51-60 C 1 6.0 41- 50 C 2 5.0 33-40 D 4.0 21-32 E 1 ---- 20 & below E 2 The qualifying grade in each subject under Scholastic Area A shall be minimum Grade D

15 Operational Modalities 2
The CCE card will apply in all the CBSE schools across the country for admission into class XI. In addition, schools can have their own criteria for admission to class XI. Students will be promoted on the basis of both Formative and Summative assessments, both of which are mandatory. A minimum of 25% marks of have to be scored in SA I & II. (Overall 33%)


17 Summative Assessment I & II
AREAS OF ASSESSMENT Scholastic and Co-Scholastic Scholastic PART 1 Formative I , II , III , IV Summative Assessment I & II

18 Hindi / Sanskrit / French
Scholastic 1 SUBJECT WISE ASSESSMENT English Math Science Social Science Hindi / Sanskrit / French

19 Introduction of Value based questions
New Features Introduction of Value based questions With effect from the academic session students are assessed in all major subjects for upto 5 marks at the Summative Assessment level in Classes IX and X, through questions which will be integrated with the content of the subject and analysed on the basis of the values it reflects. With the aim of strengthening the values enshrined in the constitution , CBSE has introduced value education.

UNDER CCE, CBSE HAS INTRODUCED A NEW KIND OF TEST FROM AS PART OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT CBSE IS TESTING STUDENTS’ LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS FOR 20 MARKS THE MAIN LANGUAGE PAPER IS OF 70 MARKS THESE TESTS ARE A PART OF SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS ( SA1 and SA2) Recognising good communication skills as the need of the hour , CBSE has introduced ASL in English language . Both Listening and Speaking are important skills that one needs in this global world. Listening and Speaking are also inter connected , if one listens well then only one will be able to communicate. Although these skills will be enhanced during the learning process , testing will be done at the end of term one and term two. ASL grade will be also separately reflected in the final report card.

21 Problem Solving Assessment
A) With effect from Session , CBSE has introduced Problem Solving Assessment for Class IX . B) There is no specific syllabus for `Problem Solving Assessment’ C) It will assess the Life Skills relating to following areas:- Quantitative Reasoning Qualitative Reasoning Language Conventions D) •Language Conventions : includes different aspects of written communication (e.g. grammar, vocabulary etc.) Qualitative Reasoning : includes the reasoning seen in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences • Quantitative Reasoning : includes the kinds of reasoning found in Mathematics and Science One of the most important skill that the students need in 21 st century is Problem Solving and higher order thinking skills. Throughout the year during the learning process the effort will be made by all the teachers to enhance this skill in the students . PSA will be a Muliple choice paper with three components. Language conventions; Qualitative reasoning and Quantitative reasoning.

22 The `Problem Solving Assessment’ will be counted towards
FA-4 which is 10% of total assessments of Class IX. This assessment will also be carried forward towards the FA-4 in Class X. The score will be reflected in one Language (English or Hindi), Mathematics, Science and Social Science The students will have the option to improve their PSA Score in Class X, as they can sit for the test with Class IX students of the next session. The best scores will be reflected in the final certificate in case of those applying for improvement.

WITH EFEECT FROM SESSION CBSE HAS INTRODUCED OPEN TEXT BASED ASSESSMENT IN CLASS IX IN ALL SUBJECTS (EXCEPT SANSKRIT & FRENCH) Open Text based assessment was introduced as a part of Summative Assessment II this year. CBSE supplied the material which was read and discussed by the students in class. The tried to connect the facts to a new situation and thus once again the aim was to develop higher order thinking skills. Question given for test will not be directly from the text . The aim of the test is to check the ability of the student to comprehend , analyse and interpret the given situation and come out with solutions or suggestions. As the material will be provided along with the paper they do not have to memorise the text and thus it will not increase the syllabus.

Co-Scholastic Areas PART 2 2A( Life Skills) Thinking Skills Social Skills Emotional Skills


26 Co-Scholastic Areas 2B WORK EDUCATION
The indicators of assessments are as follows: Has a collaborative approach towards the process of learning. Is innovative in ideas. Plans and adheres to timelines. Is involved and motivated. Demonstrates a positive attitude. Is helpful, guides and facilitates others. Demonstrates an understanding of correlation with real life situations. Has a step by step approach to solving a problem. Has a clear understanding of outcome to be generated. Is able to apply theoretical knowledge into practical usage.

27 Visual and Performing Arts (Part 2C)
Painting and drawing Dance Music (Indian & Western) Theatre

28 Co-Scholastic Areas 2C Visual and Performing Art Indicators Visual Art
Takes an innovative and creative approach Shows aesthetic sensibilities Displays observation skills Co relates with real life Shows willingness to experiment with different art modes Sketches and paints Generates computer graphics Demonstrates proportion in size and clarity Performing Art Sings and plays instrumental music Dances and acts in drama Is aware of and appreciates works of artists Participates actively in aesthetic activities of various levels Takes initiative to plan create and direct visual creative events Reads and shows a degree of awareness of particular domain of art Experiments with art forms Shows a high degree of imagination and innovation Displays an artistic temperament in all of his/her actions in school and outside.

29 2D (Attitudes & Values) PART 2 Attitude Towards Teachers
Attitude Towards School-Mates Attitude Towards School Programmes and Environment Value Systems

Co-Scholastic Areas 2 D ATTITUDES & VALUES INDICATORS Towards Teachers • Shows respect and courtesy at all times inside and outside the classroom • Demonstrates attitudes that are positive and conducive to learning • Takes criticism in the right spirit • Undertakes corrective measures suggested by the teachers Volunteers to take responsibility Towards School Mates • Shares a healthy rapport with peers/mates • Is able to interact effectively with classmates • Is receptive to ideas and opinions of others in a group • Respects and is sensitive to differences among peers in: religious beliefs, ability, gender, culture etc. • Is able to inspire members of the class or peer group

Towards School Programmes and Environment • Is punctual and regular in attending school programmes • Participates and volunteers often for school • Delivers a job assigned effectively and responsibly • Displays a healthy school spirit • Inspires others to participate in school • Respects school property Is particular about cleanliness of the school • Participates in school driven activities relating to care for the environment • Takes initiative and plans activities directed towards the betterment of the environment • Is conscious of conserving natural resources

Value System Article 51A of the Indian Constitution— Fundamental Duties – provides the most comprehensive list of values that should be inculcated by every Indian citizen. There are 10 principles. We have identified four behaviours as descriptors for each. To abide by the constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. To cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired the freedom struggle. To uphold and protect the sovereignty , unity and integrity of India. To defend the country and render national service when called upon to do so. To promote harmony and spirit of unity, brotherhood. To value and preserve the rich heritage of our culture. To protect and improve natural environment. To safeguard public property and to abjure violence. To develop scientific temper and the spirit of enquiry. To strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity which leads to higher levels of performance.

33 PART 3 3B 3A Literary & Creative Skills
Organisational and Leadership Skills 3B Sports NSS

34 Co-Scholastic Activities 3A
INDICATORS Literary & Creative Skills • Participates actively in literary and creative skills activities at school/ inter school/state/ national /international levels • Takes the initiative to plan various literary events like debates, recitation, book clubs etc. • Always converses in English • Is able to express ideas/opinions creatively in different forms • Shows good collaborative skills and is able to work effectively in a group

35 Helps and organizes events in that capacity.
INDICATORS Organisational and Leadership Skills Helps and organizes events in that capacity. Demonstrates ability to work in teams. Can organize work groups in a short time. Actively participates in School Clubs, (e.g. Science Club, Eco Clubs, Health and Wellness Clubs, Heritage Club, Disaster Management, AEP and other clubs). Represents class and school at various other levels.

36 INDICATORS • Displays an innate talent in a particular sport. Sports
Demonstrates physical qualities needed -Endurance , Strength, Speed, Flexibility and Stamina. Displays a healthy team and school spirit. Discipline for practice . Has undergone training and coaching. Has represented a team in school / interschool / national/ international level. National Service Scheme Shows spirit of service. Displays commitment and responsibility towards tasks. Has leadership qualities and is able to inspire others Is able to develop a good rapport with peers, supervisors and other adults.

37 Evaluating Co- Scholastic Areas
Anecdotal Records An anecdotal record is the observed behaviour of a student. It is a record of some significant episode that happened in the life of the student and which sheds light on the conduct, thinking, skills and capabilities, revealing significant features and characteristics about his/her personality. Date : 20 / 3/ Manik Sharma He picked up the newspaper lying on the floor and stacked it with other papers on the cup- board.

38 Portfolio It is the collection of evidence of a student’s work over a period of time. It could be day-to-day work or selection of the learner’s best piece of work.

39 Certificates of Merit/ Achievements Paintings and other examples of
PORTFOLIO CAN INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING Photographs Certificates of Merit/ Achievements Paintings and other examples of artistic endeavour Audio-Video Recordings (CD) Self Assessment Sheets Peer Assessment Sheets Teacher Assessment Sheets Any kind of Literary work Interests and hobbies Write up on social work done by the student

40 for Co-curricular Activities and Health & Physical Education it is 50.
Importance of Co Scholastic Grades Maximum score for each Life Skill, Work Education and Visual and Performing Arts and Attitudes is 50, for Values it is 200 and for Co-curricular Activities and Health & Physical Education it is 50.

41 b) Those students who get total grade points in the
Based on grades obtained by a student in Co-Scholastic areas he/she can be upscaled in one or two subjects. Those Students who get total grade points in co-scholastic areas/ activities in the range may benefit by getting upgraded to the next higher grade in two subjects in scholastic areas. b) Those students who get total grade points in the range 40-52, may benefit by getting upgraded to the next higher grade in one subject in scholastic area. c) Upscaling will be done from lowest grade to next higher grade and so on. d) E2 grade will not be upscaled.

42 Each area in Life Skills has ten indicators which are valued out of 5 marks and the total scored is then divided by ten to attain the grade point For Example If a child scores 35 marks in thinking skill, his/her grade will be B and Grade point will be 3.5 Similarly all other areas are assessed in marks and then converted into grade and grade point. The maximum grade point a student can attain is 65.

43 There is no Board Examination at the Secondary(Class X) level w. e. f
There is no Board Examination at the Secondary(Class X) level w.e.f for students studying in the schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary and who do not wish to move out of the CBSE system after Class X.


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