Presentation on theme: "CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION"— Presentation transcript:
1 INDIAN SCHOOL AL WADI AL KABIR WELCOMES ALL PARENTS TO THE PARENT ORIENTATION PROGRAMME 2015
2 CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION EXAMINATION REFORMSANDCONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATIONCCEA CBSE INITIATIVE
3 WHAT IS CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION ? It is a process to provide holistic profile of the learner through regular assessment of scholastic and co-scholastic domains of developments like-KnowledgeUnderstandingApplyingAnalyzingEvaluatingCreatingThe Scheme focus on all round development of personality of learner.
4 FEATURES OF CCEContinuous means-The term continuous means that the assessment is completely integrated with the teaching- learning process.It focus on regularity and continuity in assessment.The term also refers to diagnosis of learning gaps and providing remedial measures to enhance levels of learning
5 Comprehensive means- Scholastic Co-Scholastic ‘that the scheme attempts to cover both the scholastic and the co-scholastic aspects of the students’ growth and development.ScholasticAcademic Subject Specific AreasEnglish, Hindi/Malayalam ,Math, Science , Social Studies &Co-ScholasticLife Skills, Attitudes & Values and Other Co Curricular Activities(Art/Music/Dance, Work Exp. & PHE)
6 CCE at Secondary School level in CBSE Schools Each year is divided in two termsEach term to have two Formative Assessments (FA)& one Summative Assessment(SA) in Scholastic Subject areasTerm IApril to SeptemberFA (1) 10%FA (2) 10%SA (1) 30%Term 2October to MarchFA (3) 10%FA (4) 10%SA (2) 30%
7 Assessment Design (class IX – X) April –MayJune- AugustSeptOct –DecJan- FebMarchFA1FA2SA1FA3FA4(PSA)SA210%30%Admission in class XI depends on the % of marks obtained in FA-1+FA-2+ SA-1+FA-3Total marks in SA-1 & SA-2 - at least 25% compulsory for promotion to next class
8 ScholasticFormative Assessment (FA)It is a process based assessment used by the teacher to continuously monitor student’s progress in a supportive environment.It is diagnostic and remedial.It involves the students in their own learning.It provides effective feedback to the students and teachers for remedial interventions.
9 Tools & Techniques for FA Anecdotal recordsPhotographs/ VideosPortfolioShort testsEssaysClass Work/ Home WorkConversation SkillsObservationTools &Techniques for FASelf AssessmentProjectsAssignmentsQuizzesChecklistRating ScalesResearch Work (group)Oral QuestionsPaintings/ Artistic EndeavourPeer AssessmentNarrative Reports
10 Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) Compulsory for Classes IX & X with 10% weightage.60 items (MCQs) for 60 marks.Stand alone 2 hours exam conducted by CBSE.Language Conventions, Qualitative & Quantitative Reasoning for 21st century skills like Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Decision Making & Problem Resolving.PSA replaces FA4 in IX & XObtained Marks are reflected in one Language, Mathematics, Social Science & Science.Class X students can apply for improvement.
11 F.A.1 10 Out of 10 F.A.2 F.A.3 F.A.4 (Hindi/Mal) F A Written Test INDIAN SCHOOL AL WADI AL KABIRSTRUCTURE & DISTRIBUTION OF MARKSOF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTCLASS VI - X : F AWritten TestActivity-1Activity-2Activity-3Activity-4Average of Written test+ best 2 out of 4 ActivitiesF.A.110Out of 10F.A.2F.A.3F.A.4(Hindi/Mal)In FA-4, Obtained Marks in PSA are reflected in English, Mathematics, Social Science & Science
12 Summative Assessment(SA) ScholasticSummative Assessment(SA)It is a product based assessment carried out at the end of the course of instruction.It is a pen & paper test for a duration of 3 hours.It measures that how much a student has learnt.It is usually used for certification purpose.SA question paper includes VSA; SA; LA; HOTS Questions ; VALUE BASED Questions & Open Text Based Assessments (OTBA).
13 OTBAOPEN TEXT BASED ASSESSMENT10 marks weightage is mandatory for class IX students in their Summative Assessment II fromIX – All main subjects English, Hindi, Mathematics, Social Science and ScienceQuestion paper will be based on one of the study materials provided by the CBSE.100 marks (90+10) SA II for three & half hours duration + 15 minutes to read the question paper.
14 Grading System for Scholastic Areas MarksRangeGradeGrade Point91-100A110.081-90A29.071-80B18.061-70B27.051-60C16.041-50C25.033-40D4.021-32E100-20E2
15 LIFE SKILLS CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS THINKING Self Awareness, Problem SolvingDecision MakingCritical and Creative ThinkingSOCIALInterpersonal Relationships,Effective CommunicationEmpathyEMOTIONALManaging EmotionsDealing with Stress
16 ATTITUDES AND VALUES TOWARDS TeachersValue SystemsATTITUDES AND VALUESTOWARDSSchool Programme &EnvironmentSchool mates
17 PART-3 CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS PARTICIPATION/ACHIEVEMENTWork Education(Comp Sc)Literary& Creative SkillsScientific & Mathematics SkillsVisual and PerformingArts(Art/Dance/Music)Health & Physical EducationGardening ( Eco Club)
22 Class X main text books are Class IX and X Malayalam text books:Class IX text books areKerala pathavali andAtisthanapathavali of class IX.Supplementary book ThejaswiyayavagmiClass X main text books areKerala pathavaliAtisthanapathavali of class X.Supplementary book is Mruthasanjeevani
23 This year’s Malayalam FA for class IX and X are: FA-1: word game, examples and non examples, class work and home work.FA-2: jeopardy, asking 10 questions, worksheet, class work and home work.FA-3: project based on lesson, reading comprehension, class work and home work.FA-4: translation or character sketch writing, spell check, worksheet, class work and home work.