CCE Presentation

Report
Workshop on
CCE Implementation in Class X
Date: 18/09/2010
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Introduction
Assessment in Scholastic Areas
Assessment in Co-Scholastic Areas
Promotion Policy
Proficiency Test
Admission Criteria
Interactive Session
EXAMINATION REFORMS
AND
CONTINUOUS AND
COMPREHENSIVE
EVALUATION
A CBSE INITIATIVE
Scholastic
Formative
Summative
ASSESSMENT CONSISTS OF
 FORMATIVE
 SUMMATIVE
ASSESSMENT AREAS
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SCHOLASTIC
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CO-SCHOLASTIC
CLASS IX & X
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Academic year will have 2 terms -
FIRST TERM : April to September
2010
SECOND TERM: October to March
2011
Scholastic Evaluation
Formative Assessment :
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Assessment which is carried throughout the year by
the teacher formally and informally
It is diagnostic and remedial
Summative Assessment:
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End of term or end of the year exams
Feedback on learning (assessment of learning)
to teacher and parents
Quiz
Charts/Collage
Class work /Home work
Assignments/Oral activities
Hands-on practical examination
Project Work-Group or individual
 Group work - Seminar/Symposium/Presentation/Bulletin Board
Display/Role Play.
* Pen and Paper test
* Any one activity based on Tools & Techniques as above in FA1
Formative Assessment Activities
Any one formative assessment may
include one short written paper-pen
test/hands-on practical examination and
a maximum of two other assessments
using any of the above suggested tools.
The average of these assessments may
be calculated out of 10%.
Assessment - Design
April
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July
FA1
JulySept
Sept
Oct – DecDec
Mar
Mar
FA2
SA1
FA3
FA4
SA2
10%
10%
20%
10%
10%
40%
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT(SA)
•Curriculum and syllabus as circulated by the board
•Question papers to be prepared by schools as per the CBSE format
•Exam to be conducted by school
•Evaluation of Answer scripts will be done within the school as per the
board marking scheme.
GRADING SYSTEM for SCHOLASTIC -A
MARKS
91—100
81—90
71—80
61—70
51—60
41—50
33—40
21—32
20 & below
GRADE
A1
A2
B1
B2
C1
C2
D
E1
E2
GRADE POINT
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
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GRADING SCALE
FOR SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
Assessment areas:
GRADING SCALE
(Point)
Part 1 A : Scholastic
Part 1 B : Scholastic
9
5
Part 2 : Co-Scholastic
Part 2 A : Life Skills
Part 2 B : Attitudes & Values
5
3
Part 3 : Co-Scholastic
Part 3 A: Co-curricular Activities
Part 3 B :Health & Physical Education
3
3
ASSESSMENT FOR AN ACADEMIC YEAR
Term I – FA1 and FA2
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SA1
Term II - FA3 and FA4
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SA2
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FINAL AssessmentFA1+FA2+FA3+FA4
10+ 10+ 10+ 10
= 40%
SA1+ SA2
20 +
40
= 60%
TOTAL
= 100%
SCHOLASTIC AREAS
(Part 1B Of CCE Report Card)
1B - Work Experience
Art/Music/Dance Education
Physical Education
GRADE
A+
A
B+
B
C
Work experience option in
Class IX & X
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3.
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Industrial Chemistry
Electronics
Horticulture
Meal Planning
1B - Academic Performance
Work Experience
Grading on 5 point scale
(5/6 P = A+ , 4 P = A, 3 P = B+, 2 P = B, 1 P = C)
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Regularity in attendance
Innovative and creative
Meticulous
Positive approach
Timely submission of work
Helpful and guides others
1B - Academic Performance
Art/Dance/Drama/Music
Grading on 5 point scale
(5/6 P = A+ , 4 P = A, 3 P = B+, 2 P = B, 1 P = C)
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Regularity
Originality
Ability to corelate with real life
Aesthetic sensibility
Paricipation
Discipline
1B - Academic Performance
Physical & Health Education
Grading on 5 point scale
(5/6 P = A+ , 4 P = A, 3 P = B+, 2 P = B, 1 P = C)
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Physical fitness
Regularity
Participation in competitions
Able to work in a team
Shows motivation
Keenness and Interest
1B- Academic Performance
Computer Science
Grading on 5 point scale
(5/6 P = A+ , 4 P = A, 3 P = B+, 2 P = B, 1 P = C)
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Inquisitive
Analytical Skills
Participation in Competitions
Class response
Regularity
Application Skills
CO-SCHOLASTIC
AREAS
(Part 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B Of CCE Report Card)
What is the need
for assessment in
co-scholastic
areas???
Employability Skills
Self
Control
Self Motivation
Self Discipline
Managerial skills
Confidence
Communication Skills
Morality
Problem Solving
Critical Thinking
Empathy
Team Spirit
Adaptability & Flexibility
PART 2A (Life Skiils)
THINKING SKILLS
Grading on 5 point scale
(5/6 P = A+ , 4 P = A, 3 P = B+, 2 P = B, 1 P = C)
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Inquisitive
Imaginative & innovative
Accepts upcoming challenges
Applies knowledge or skills in new situation
Demonstrates problem solving abilities
Thinks of all possible options before starting a
task
PART 2A (Life Skiils)
SOCIAL SKILLS
Grading on 5 point scale
(5/6 P = A+ , 4 P = A, 3 P = B+, 2 P = B, 1 P = C)
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Shows patience during group task
Interactive
Meticulous
Appreciates individuality and differences
Positive approach (Helpful and guides
others)
Appreciates ideas and qualities of others
PART 2A(Life Skiils)
EMOTIONAL SKILLS
Grading on 5 point scale
(5/6 P = A+ , 4 P = A, 3 P = B+, 2 P = B, 1 P = C)
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Self Analytical
Copes up with stress
Able to diffuse argument
Positive approach
Self control
Shows respect towards class/school
discipline
Grading in Emotional Skills
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REENA ( Grade A+)
Respects class/School
Discipline
LEENA (Grade C)
Respects class School
Discipline
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Positive approach
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Should have Positive
approach
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Self Analytical
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Needs to be Self Analytical
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Copes with Stress
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Should Cope with Stress
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Self Control
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Should exercise Self
Control
PART 2B
(Attitude and Values)
Towards Teachers
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Obedient
Positive approach
Respectful
Volunteers help
Maintains proper decorum while being
taught
PART 2B
(Attitude and Values)
Towards School Mates
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Cooperative and helpful
Shares healthy rapport
Sensitive to differences among peers
Motivates and inspires others
Interacts effectively
PART 2B
(Attitude and Values)
Attitude towards School programmes
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Punctual and regular
Healthy spirit towards school
Participates and volunteers in school
activities
Delivers a job assigned responsibly
Inspires others to participate in school
programmes
PART 2B
(Attitude and Values)
ENVIRONMENT
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Awareness towards conservation of resources
Innovative and creative
Delivers job assigned effectively
Contributes towards betterment of environment
Respects school property
PART 2B
(Attitude and Values)
VALUE SYSTEMS
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Exhibits Integrity
Shows gender sensitivity
Understands the need of rules and follows
them
Respects diversity
Respects elders
PART 3A
(Co-scholastic Activities)
Literary & Creative Skills
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Reading skills
Shows keenness and interest
Participation in literary activities
Expression
Originality
PART 3A
(Co-scholastic Activities)
Scientific Skills
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Participates actively in scientific
activities/Olympiads
Applies science in everyday context
Well informed
Keen observer
Creative and original
PART 3A
(Co-scholastic Activities)
Aesthetic & Performing Art/Clubs
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Displays originality of ideas
Leadership qualities and inspires peer
group
Healthy spirit towards team and school
Disciplined in practice
Delivers job assigned effectively
PART 3A
(Co-scholastic Activities)
Clubs
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Astronomy Club
Environment Club
IAYP Club
Interact Club
Literary Club
Robotic Club
Club Activities
Astronomy Club
Interact Club
Robotic
Club
Environment
Club
Literary
Club
PART 3B
(Co-scholastic Activities)
Health & Physical Education(1)
Grading on 3 point scale
(4/5 P = A+ , 3/2 P = A, 1 P = B)
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Shows discipline on and off the field
Demonstrate endurance and strength
Punctual and regular for practice session
Ability to perform
Awareness of the rules of the game
Facilities for the following games are
available:
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Athletics
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Badminton
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Basketball
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Football
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Judo
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Swimming
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Tennis
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Table Tennis
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Volleyball
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Yoga
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Cricket
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Gymnastics
PROMOTION POLICY
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Overall performance is to be decided on the basis of
achievement in the scholastic as well as co-scholastic areas.
Minimum qualifying grade is D in all five subjects in
scholastic domain 1A.
The qualifying grade in 1B section of scholastic domain is B.
For each grade there are corresponding grade points.
Grading System
Scholastic A
Marks
91-100
81-90
71-80
61-70
51-60
41-50
33-40
21-32
00-20
Grade
A1
A2
B1
B2
C1
C2
D
E1
E2
Grade
Point
10.0
9.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
Scholastic B
and life skills
Grade
Grade
Point
A+
5
A
4
B+
2
B
2
C
1
Co-Scholastic Activities
Health & Physical Education
Grade
A+
A
B
Grade
Point
3
2
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CBSE HELPLINE
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The various issued raised and their
solutions will be available in the form of
FAQs.
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Further clarification can be sought on
CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in by posting
queries on the “Interact with Chairman” .
Proficiency Test
It will be optional in nature. Only those students who
wish to take this test willingly may appear.
There will be separate test in each of the five main
subjects viz English, Hindi, Social Science, Mathematics and
Science.
A student may appear in one or more subjects according
to his/her choice. One test will be held on a single day.
It will be a paper-pen test to be administered on the
same day across all willing schools in the country.
The proposed test is likely to be conducted in the month
of May/June next year (2011).The exact schedule will be
notified later.
 Students wishing to appear in the test will have to
pay separate examination fee for the same. This fee is
likely to be in the range of Rs.500/- to Rs.1000/- for
all the subjects.
Any student studying in Secondary or Senior
secondary school affiliated to CBSE and has appeared
in Class-X final examination (School conducted or
Board conducted) is eligible for this test.
Design of the Question Paper
The duration of the test in every subject will be 2½
hours.
Question paper in every subject will carry 100 marks
All questions will be of multiple choice type with only
single correct answer.
The test will be based on classes IX-X syllabus in the
subject prescribed by CBSE.
Negative marks will be awarded for wrong answers
The last date for submitting the online information is
October 31, 2010.
Stream Allotment In Class XI
(2011-12)
Various Subjects options and subjects offered areScience: English
 Maths/Psychology(only for Biology students)
 Physics
 Chemistry
 Comp sc/Engg graphics/Biology/Economics
Commerce
 English
 Accounts
 Business Studies
 Economics
 Maths/Physical education
Humanities
 English
 Psychology
 Physical education/Fine Arts
 Hindi/Sanskrit
 History/Economics
Admission Criteria
CUMULATIVE GRADE POINT
ASSESSMENT (CGPA)
1. It is calculated by adding grade point of all five
subjects and dividing the total by five.
2. It is an indicator of the aggregate performance of
the student.
ADMISSION CRITERIA
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For admission to science stream, the grade points of
students in Science and Maths will be considered along
with CGPA
 For admission to commerce stream, the grade points of
students in Maths will be considered along with CGPA
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In cases where there is a tie, marks of students in
SA(1)+SA(2) will be considered
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A subject will be allotted only if minimum five students
opt for the same.
Thank
You

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