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1. GUIDELINES FOR RATING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUPILS mr. nick l. bio // division coordinator 2. I. ASSESSMENT OF THE FOUR (4) LEVELS OF ASSESSMENT For every quarter, pupils shall be assessed at these four levels of assessment: a.Knowledge (15%) b.Process or Skills (25%) c.Understanding(s) (30%) d.Products / Performances (30%) 3. Being holistic, Assessment performs triple functions: Diagnostic (Pre-Assessment) Formative / Developmental Summative / Evaluative 4. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? How Will I Score? KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) 5. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) Content of the Curriculum Facts and information that learners acquire 6. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) LEARNING COMPETENCIES taken from the Curriculum Guide Ex. Describes Identifies Recognizes Nakikilala 7. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) Cognitive operations that learners perform on facts and information for constructing meanings 8. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) LEARNING COMPETENCIES taken from the Curriculum Guide Ex. Analyzes Investigates Performs operations Nakapag - uugnay 9. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) CONTENT STANDARDS taken from the Curriculum Guide Ex. The learner demonstrates understanding of 10. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) PERFORMANCE STANDARDS taken from the Curriculum Guide Ex. Ang mag aaral ay nakapagpapahayag ng pagpapakilala sa sarili 11. ARALING PANLIPUNAN 12. EDUKASYON SA PAGPAPAKATAO 13. MATHEMATICS 14. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? KNOWLEDGE PROCESS / SKILLS UNDERSTANDING PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE Paper and Pencil Test (Quiz) Multiple Choice True - False Matching Type Constructed Response 15. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? KNOWLEDGE PROCESS / SKILLS UNDERSTANDING PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE Oral Participation Periodical Test 16. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? PROCESS / SKILLS TEST Outlining, Organizing, Analyzing, Interpreting Constructing graphs or graphic organizers Transforming textual presentation into a diagram 17. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? PROCESS / SKILLS ORAL PARTICIPATION PERIODICAL TEST GROUP ACTIVITY (LABORATORY ACTIVITY) 18. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? UNDERSTANDING TEST EXPLAIN OR JUSTIFY SOMETHING TELL / RETELL STORIES MAKE CONNECTIONS OF WHAT WAS LEARNED APPLY WHAT HAS BEEN LEARNED IN REAL LIFE SITUATIONS 19. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? UNDERSTANDING ORAL DISCOURSE EXPLAIN OR JUSIFY SOMETHING TELL / RETELL STORIES MAKE CONNECTIONS OF WHAT WAS LEARNED APPLY WHAT HAS BEEN LEARNED IN REAL LIFE SITUATIONS 20. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? UNDERSTANDING Enclosure No. 2 to DepED Order No. 73, s. 2012, C, p. 8 Understanding as expressed using any three of the six facets of understanding 21. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE TASK (ACTUAL DEMONSTRATION) GRASPS ACTUAL PRODUCTS (PROJECT) PORTFOLIO 22. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? How Will I Score KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) RAW SCORES (Every correct answer is given 1 point) USE OF RUBRICS 23. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? How Will I Score KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) USE OF RUBRICS (SCORING GUIDE) 24. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? How Will I Score KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) USE OF RUBRICS (SCORING GUIDE) 25. Levels of Assessment What Will I Assess? How Will I Assess? How Will I Score KNOWLEDGE (15%) PROCESS / SKILLS (25%) UNDERSTANDING (30%) PRODUCT / PERFORMANCE (30%) USE OF RUBRICS (SCORING GUIDE) 26. How to compute? 27. II. SAMPLE COMPUTATION OF PUPIL RATING To determine the rating for the learning area in a grading period, which includes Mother Tongue, 28. get the average of all the ratings entered in the Class Record under each measure of achievement. 29. Multiply the result by the corresponding percentage weight. 30. 12 + 10 (22 30) X 100 KNOWLEDGE 31. (22 25) X 100 9 + 13 32. Score obtained out of 15 knowledge items (12 15) X 100 KNOWLEDGE 33. (73.33 + 88.00 + 80.00) 3 80.44 X 0.15 34. 13 + 8 (21 25) X 100 PROCESS / SKILLS 35. 18 + 8 (26 30) X 100 36. Score obtained out of 5 process items (3 5) X 100 PROCESS / SKILLS 37. (84.00 + 86.67 + 60.00) 3 76.89 X 0.25 38. III. MARKING for MAPEH each of the four (4) component areas shall be taught separately and pupils will be rated per component area 39. There shall be one rating for MAPEH, which is the average of the four component areas. 40. MAPEH 88 MUSIC 84 AP ART 88 P P.E. 90 A HEALTH 89 P 84 + 88 + 90 + 89 = 351 351 4 = 87.75 round to 88 41. MAPEH 88 P MUSIC 84 AP ART 88 P P.E. 90 A HEALTH 89 P 88 is within 85-89 Therefore, Level of Proficiency is P 42. IV. Marking for Oral Fluency in Filipino and English Like the other learning areas, assessment of Oral Fluency in Filipino and English shall also be at four (4) levels 43. Knowledge (15%) Process/Skills (25%) Understandings (30%) Product/Performance (30%) Oral tests shall be given with corresponding rubrics. 44. FILIPINO For the first semester (second grading period), pupils shall be assessed on oral fluency During the second semester, pupils shall be rated the way they are rated in the other learning areas. 45. ENGLISH For English which will be introduced during the second semester, pupils will be assessed on oral fluency 46. For the computation of pupils rating for Oral Filipino and English, activities can be used for this purpose with the aid of Rubrics. 47. V. ASSESSING THE MOTHER TONGUE SUBJECT Since MT is a language subject, its assessment follows the four levels of assessment with its corresponding weight and the level of proficiency as indicated in DO No. 31 s. 2012. 48. MT should not be treated as a different or distinct subject from the rest of the subjects. Oral language proficiency of the students and small and big group activities will be measured using the rubrics. 49. VI. MARKING FOR CHARACTER TRAITS Existing Guidelines stipulated in DepEd Order No. 33, s. 2004 for Marking Character Traits shall be applied. 50. VII. Scoring Quizzes and Periodic Test (Refer to DepEd Order No. 33, s. 2004, Paragraph 5) Transmutation table shall not be used in computing grades. 51. Test scores for quizzes shall be recorded as raw scores, totaled at the end of a grading period and then computed as percentage (Pupils Total Score Highest Possible Score x 100). 52. Periodic test score shall also be computed as percentage using the same formula. 53. VIII. Rating Oral Participation, Group Participation, Projects, Performances, Homework, Experiments, Portfolio, and others Rubrics shall be utilized for rating individual or group participation, project, performances etc. (Teachers are encouraged to prepare their own rubrics) 54. IX .Computation of the Final Rating for each Learning Area To determine the Final rating for each learning area, get the average of the numerical values of the four (4) quarters. 55. Learning Areas 1 2 3 4 Final Rating Filipino 88 90 91 92 90 English Mathematics Araling Panlipunan MAPEH Mother Tongue Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao 88 + 90 + 91 + 92 = 361 361 4 = 90.25 round to 90 56. The final rating in numerical value which is 90.00 shall not be entered into the progress report card but its descriptive equivalent. In this case 90 is Advanced (A). 57. X. Computation of the General Average To arrive at the General Average of the pupil, add all the numerical ratings for the Descriptive Equivalents under the column for Final Ratings in the Progress Report card. Divide the sum by the number of learning areas in the grade level. 58. Learning Areas Final Rating Filipino 87 P English 88 P Mathematics 86 P Araling Panlipunan 89 P MAPEH 90 A Mother Tongue 92 A Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao 91 A General Average 89 87 + 88 + 86 + 89 + 90 + 92 + 91 = 623 623 7 = 89 59. The General Average which is 89 shall be entered in the Progress Report card beside its descriptive equivalent which is Proficient. However, it shall be written enclosed by parentheses as in P (89). 60. XII. Rounding Numbers Rounding Numbers to the nearest whole number is applied when computing for the rating of each learning area for a quarter final rating of each learning area general average. 61. When rounding to the nearest whole numbers, if the digit to the right of the digit where rounding is to be done is 5 and above, round up otherwise, round down. 62. For the selection of honors / ranking purposes, rounding numbers SHALL NOT BE APPLIED for the following: Final rating for each learning area General Average 63. XII. Promotion and Intervention PROMOTED TO THE NEXT GRADE LEVEL Pupils with general average belonging to the following levels of proficiency: Advanced (A) Proficient (P) Approaching Proficiency (AP) Developing (D) 64. However, app

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