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WELCOME
TO
CCE
ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
STDS - IX & X
WHAT IS ‘CONTINUOUS’
AND
‘COMPREHENSIVE’ EVALUATION

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation
(CCE)refers to a system of school-based
evaluation of students that covers all aspects of
students development.
CCE
CONTINUOUS
GROWTH
DEVELOPMENT
COMPREHENSIVE
SCHOLASTIC
CO-SCHOLASTIC
SELF EVALUATION
FEEDBACK
RETESTING
CORRECTIVE MEASURES
DIAGNOSIS
REGULARITY
(CCE)
Scholastic
Assessment
Co-Scholastic
Assessment
Duration of the term
I - Term
June - September
II – Term
October - March
SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT (PART-1 A)
Formative
Assessment
Summative
Assessment
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Assessment which is
carried throughout
the year by the teacher
formally and informally
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA)
Will comprise of :
• Class work
• Homework
• Oral questions
• Quizzes
• Projects
• Assignments/Tests
• Unit Test
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
It is basically the pen to paper test conducted
at end of each term
 Term I September
 Term II March
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CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS
Social skills
 Life skills
 Thinking skills
 Emotional skills
 Values & Attitudes
 Clubs
 Literary &Creative skills
 Aesthetic skills & Performing art
 Health & Physical education

Attitudes and Values
(3 POINT SCALE)
Life Skills
(5 POINT SCALE)
Towards Teachers
Emotional Skills
Students/Peers
School Property
Thinking Skills
Co-Scholastic
School Programmes
Areas
Environment
Co-Scholastic
Areas
(3 POINT SCALE)
1. Literary & Creative Skills
2. Scientific & ICT Skills
3. Visual & Performing Arts
4. Organisational & Leadership Skills
Social Skills
Health &
Physical Education
(3 POINT SCALE)
1. Sports/Indigenous Sports
2. NCC/NSS
3. Scouting & Guiding
4. Swimming 5. Gymnastics 6. Yoga
7. First Aid 8. Gardening/Shramdaan
9.Work Experience
Narrative records
Photographs/ Videos
Conversation Skills
Self Assessment
Assignments
Checklist
Questions
Portfolio
Essays
Assessment
Tools
&
Techniques
Observation
Projects
Quizzes
Rating Scales
Oral Questions Research Work (group)
Peer Assessment
Paintings/ Artistic
Endeavour
Narrative Reports
Observation
ASSESSMENT BY CCE
TERM 1
FA-1 + FA-2 + SA 1 = 10+10 + 30 = 50
TERM 2
FA-3 + FA-4 + SA 2 = 10+10 + 30 = 50
100
THANK
YOU
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
TOOLS
SUBJECT WISE
ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 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
ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 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
ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 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 FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 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
SCHOLASTIC - A
SUBJECTS
• Hindi
•English
•Social Science
•Science
•Mathematics
•Add. Subject
FORMATIVE
Observation
SKILLS
 Analysis
 Problem Solving
 Use of I.T.
 Correlation to real
life
Comprehension
Expression
Creativity
Data Handling
Oral
Listening, Writing
ADDITIONAL
SUBJECTS
• Foundation of
Information
Technology
•Home Science
•Painting
•Music
•Others
SUMMATIVE
Questions
Conversation
Examination
Project
Short Answer
Essay
Very Short Answer
Elocution
Question
Test
TOOLS &
TECHNIQUES
Essay
MCQ
Data Interpretation

Summative assessment is carried out at the
end of a course of learning. It measures or
'sums-up' how much a student has learned
from the course. It is usually a graded test,
i.e., it is marked according to a scale or set of
grades
A SUCCESSFUL FORMATIVE
ASSESSMENT SCHEME

Plan all assessment

Focus on formative assessment

Share learning outcomes
and assessment expectations
with students

Use clearly defined criteria

Use examples and exemplars
METHODS OF ASSESSMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
Observation
Assignment
Projects
Portfolio
6.
Checklist
Rating scale
7.
Anecdotal records
5.
TECHNIQUES FOR EFFECTIVE
ASSESSMENT
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Conversational skills
Assignments
Verbal skills
Subject wise academic quiz
Project/ research
Intellectual activity (on the spot activities)
Presentations.
Group discussions
Computer skills.
Activities for better understanding of the concept.
Observation and evaluation through practice .
TEACHERS SHOULD KEEP
IN MIND

Use a variety of tools (oral,
projects, presentations) .

Understand different
styles and abilities.

Share the assessment criteria
with the students.

Allow peer and self assessment.

Give an opportunity
student to improve.
learning
to
the
A SUCCESSFUL FORMATIVE
ASSESSMENT SCHEME

Plan all assessment

Focus on formative assessment

Share learning outcomes
and assessment expectations
with students

Use clearly defined criteria

Use examples and exemplars
PROPOSED EVALUATION SCHEME FOR
SCHOLASTIC SUBJECTS
FA AND SA
FA
SA
 For Learning Of Learning
 Pedagogy
Evaluation
 Process
Product (performance)
 CCE is a good balance of FA and SA
FA MANUALS
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For classes IX & X in Eng, Hindi, Maths, Science & Social
Science.
Available at CBSE Book stores – also on Website.
Content: concept, framework, FA Tasks (syllabus and Text
specific)
Tasks: Unit/ Lesson; Time; Objective; Specifications;
Procedure; Criteria for Assessment and Feedback &
Follow-up.
Suggested Annual Plan.
HOW TO USE FA MANUALS
Schools to buy multiple copies in all subjects
for classes IX & X.
 Each subject teacher to have a copy.
 At the beginning of the academic session
evolve an annual plan (how many FA tasks,
skills and content covered etc.)
 Ensure variety-tools and techniques.
 Integrate FA tasks with classroom teaching.

CONTINUOUS
AND
COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION
An Overview
A CBSE INITIATIVE
WHAT IS CONTINUOUS
COMPREHENSIVE
EVALUATION ?

Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation
refers to a system of school based assessment
that
covers
all
aspects
of
student’s
development .
CCE
CONTINUOUS
GROWTH
DEVELOPMENT
COMPREHENSIVE
SCHOLASTIC
CO-SCHOLASTIC
SELF EVALUATION
FEEDBACK
RETESTING
CORRECTIVE MEASURES
DIAGNOSIS
REGULARITY
Interpersonal
Communication
Empathy
Social Skills
Part –I
Academic Performance :
Scholastic Areas
Language - I
Mathematics
Social Science
Language - II
H. Science
Painting
Music
Science
F. I.T.
Commerce
Addl. Language
Environment
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OBJECTIVES OF
CCE
To help develop cognitive, psychomotor
and affective
skills.
To lay emphasis on thought process and de-emphasise
memorization
To make evaluation an integral part of teaching-learning
process
To use evaluation for improvement of students
achievement and teaching – learning strategies on the
basis of regular diagnosis followed by remedial
instruction
To use evaluation as a quality control devise to maintain
desired standard of performance
To determine social utility, desirability or effectiveness of
a programme and take appropriate decisions about the
learner, the process of learning and the learning
environment
To make the process of teaching and learning a learnercentered activity.
WHAT SHOULD BE
ASSESSED?
RESPONSE
SKILL
VALUES
PHYSICAL
HEALTH
APPLICATION
FIRST AID
RETENTION
SCHOOL
CLUBS
MOTIVATION
YOGA
ATTITUDES
INTELLECTUAL
SOCIO-EMOTIONAL
BEHAVIOUR
SUBJECT
AREAS
AESTHETICS
SOCIAL – ENVIRONMENT
ISSUES
LIFE SKILLS
CREATIVITY
INTERESTS
Attitudes and Values
(3 POINT SCALE)
Life Skills
(5 POINT SCALE)
Towards Teachers
Emotional Skills
Students/Peers
School Property
Thinking Skills
Co-Scholastic
School Programmes
Areas
Environment
Co-Scholastic
Areas
(3 POINT SCALE)
1. Literary & Creative Skills
2. Scientific & ICT Skills
3. Visual & Performing Arts
4. Organisational & Leadership Skills
Social Skills
Health &
Physical Education
(3 POINT SCALE)
1. Sports/Indigenous Sports
2. NCC/NSS
3. Scouting & Guiding
4. Swimming 5. Gymnastics 6. Yoga
7. First Aid 8. Gardening/Shramdaan
9.Work Experience
Narrative records
Photographs/ Videos
Conversation Skills
Self Assessment
Assignments
Checklist
Questions
Portfolio
Essays
Assessment
Tools
&
Techniques
Observation
Projects
Quizzes
Rating Scales
Oral Questions Research Work (group)
Peer Assessment
Paintings/ Artistic
Endeavour
Narrative Reports
Observation
SCHOLASTIC - A
SUBJECTS
• Hindi
•English
•Social Science
•Science
•Mathematics
•Add. Subject
FORMATIVE
Observation
SKILLS
 Analysis
 Problem Solving
 Use of I.T.
 Correlation to real
life
Comprehension
Expression
Creativity
Data Handling
Oral
Listening, Writing
ADDITIONAL
SUBJECTS
• Foundation of
Information
Technology
•Home Science
•Painting
•Music
•Others
SUMMATIVE
Questions
Conversation
Examination
Project
Short Answer
Essay
Very Short Answer
Elocution
Question
Test
TOOLS &
TECHNIQUES
Essay
MCQ
Data Interpretation

Formative assessment
is thus carried out
during a course of instruction for providing continuous
feedback to both the teachers and the learners for taking
decisions regarding appropriate modifications in the
transactional procedures and learning activities.

Summative assessment is carried out at
the end of a course of learning. It measures
or 'sums-up' how much a student has
learned from the course. It is usually a
graded test, i.e., it is marked according to
a scale or set of grades
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
For the Teacher





Diagnostic
Informs teacher where the
need/problem lies.
Focus on problem area.
For the Student
 Helps student identify the
problem areas
 Provides feedback and
support.
Remedial
Helps teacher give specific
feedback
Provide relevant support
Plan the next step
 Helps
to
improve
performance
 Provides opportunity to
improve performance
METHODS OF ASSESSMENT
2.
Observation
Assignment
3.
Projects
4.
Portfolio
5.
Checklist
6.
Rating scale
7.
Anecdotal records
1.
TECHNIQUES FOR EFFECTIVE
ASSESSMENT











Conversational skills
Assignments
Verbal skills
Subject wise academic quiz
Project/ research
Intellectual activity (on the spot activities)
Presentations.
Group discussions
Computer skills.
Activities for better understanding of the concept.
Observation and evaluation through practice .
TEACHERS SHOULD KEEP
IN MIND

Use a variety of tools (oral,
projects, presentations) .

Understand different
styles and abilities.

Share the assessment criteria
with the students.

Allow peer and self assessment.

Give an opportunity
student to improve.
learning
to
the
A SUCCESSFUL FORMATIVE
ASSESSMENT SCHEME

Plan all assessment

Focus on formative assessment

Share learning outcomes
and assessment expectations
with students

Use clearly defined criteria

Use examples and exemplars
PROPOSED EVALUATION SCHEME FOR
SCHOLASTIC SUBJECTS
FA AND SA
FA
SA
 For Learning Of Learning
 Pedagogy
Evaluation
 Process
Product (performance)
 CCE is a good balance of FA and SA
FA MANUALS





For classes IX & X in Eng, Hindi, Maths, Science & Social
Science.
Available at CBSE Book stores – also on Website.
Content: concept, framework, FA Tasks (syllabus and Text
specific)
Tasks: Unit/ Lesson; Time; Objective; Specifications;
Procedure; Criteria for Assessment and Feedback &
Follow-up.
Suggested Annual Plan.
HOW TO USE FA MANUALS
Schools to buy multiple copies in all subjects
for classes IX & X.
 Each subject teacher to have a copy.
 At the beginning of the academic session
evolve an annual plan (how many FA tasks,
skills and content covered etc.)
 Ensure variety-tools and techniques.
 Integrate FA tasks with classroom teaching.


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