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Welcome To CCE Orientation Programme stds - IX & X. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)refers to a system of school-based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of students development. What is ‘continuous’ and ‘comprehensive’ evaluation. SELF EVALUATION. FEEDBACK.

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Welcome to cce orientation programme stds ix x

Welcome To CCE Orientation Programmestds - IX & X


What is continuous and comprehensive evaluation

What is ‘continuous’ and ‘comprehensive’ evaluation


SELF EVALUATION system of school-based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of students development.

FEEDBACK

CORRECTIVE MEASURES

DIAGNOSIS

RETESTING

REGULARITY


Scholastic Co-Scholastic

Assessment Assessment

Duration of the term

I - Term -June - September

II – Term - October - March

(CCE)


Scholastic assessment part 1 a

Formative Summative

Assessment Assessment

Scholastic assessment (part-1 a)


Formative assessment

Assessment which is

carried throughout

the year by the teacher

formally and informally

Formative Assessment


FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA)

Will comprise of :

  • Class work

  • Homework

  • Oral questions

  • Quizzes

  • Projects

  • Assignments/Tests

  • Unit Test


Summative assessment

Summative assessment


Co scholastic areas

  • Social skills each term

  • Life skills

  • Thinking skills

  • Emotional skills

  • Values & Attitudes

  • Clubs

  • Literary &Creative skills

  • Aesthetic skills & Performing art

  • Health & Physical education

Co-scholastic areas


Attitudes and Values each term

(3 POINT SCALE)

Life Skills

(5 POINT SCALE)

Towards Teachers

Emotional Skills

Students/Peers

Thinking Skills

Co-Scholastic

Areas

School Property

Social Skills

School Programmes

Health &

Physical Education

(3 POINT SCALE)

Environment

Co-Scholastic Areas

(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

Literary & Creative Skills

Scientific & ICT Skills

Visual & Performing Arts

Organisational & Leadership Skills


Narrative records each term

Portfolio

Questions

Photographs/ Videos

Essays

Assessment

Conversation Skills

Observation

Tools

&

Techniques

Self Assessment

Projects

Assignments

Quizzes

Checklist

Rating Scales

Oral Questions

Research Work (group)

Paintings/ Artistic Endeavour

Observation

Peer Assessment

Narrative Reports


Assessment by cce

TERM 1 each term

FA-1 + FA-2 + SA 1 = 10+10 + 30 = 50

TERM 2

FA-3 + FA-4 + SA 2 = 10+10 + 30 = 50

100

Assessment by CCE


T each termHANK

YOU


Formative assessment tools subject wise
Formative assessment tools each termsubject wise


Activities for formative assessment english ii language
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
ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE assessment - Language 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
ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE assessment - Language 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
ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE assessment - Language 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 Language

ADDITIONAL

SUBJECTS

SUBJECTS

SKILLS

  • Hindi

  • English

  • Social Science

  • Science

  • Mathematics

  • Add. Subject

  • Analysis

  • Problem Solving

  • Use of I.T.

  • Correlation to real life

  • Comprehension

  • Expression

  • Creativity

  • Data Handling

  • Oral

  • Listening, Writing

  • Foundation of Information Technology

  • Home Science

  • Painting

  • Music

  • Others

FORMATIVE

SUMMATIVE

Observation

Conversation

Project

Essay

Elocution

Question

Test

Questions

Examination

Short Answer

Very Short Answer

Essay

MCQ

Data Interpretation

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES


Summative assessment Languageis 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
A Successful Formative LanguageAssessment 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
Methods of Assessment Language

Observation

Assignment

Projects

Portfolio

Checklist

Rating scale

Anecdotal records


Techniques for effective assessment
Techniques For Effective Assessment Language

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
TEACHERS SHOULD KEEP LanguageIN MIND

Use a variety of tools (oral, projects, presentations) .

Understand different learning styles and abilities.

Share the assessment criteria with the students.

Allow peer and self assessment.

Give an opportunity to the student to improve.


A successful formative assessment scheme1
A Successful Formative LanguageAssessment Scheme

Plan all assessment

Focus on formative assessment

Share learning outcomes

and assessment expectations

with students

Use clearly defined criteria

Use examples and exemplars



Fa and sa
FA and SA Language

FA SA

  • For Learning - Of Learning

  • Pedagogy - Evaluation

  • Process - Product (performance)

  • CCE is a good balance of FA and SA


Fa manuals
FA Manuals Language

  • 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
How to Use FA Manuals Language

  • 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 Language

AND

COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

An Overview

A CBSE INITIATIVE


What is continuous comprehensive evaluation
WHAT IS CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE LanguageEVALUATION ?

  • Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation refers to a system of school based assessment that covers all aspects of student’s development .


SELF EVALUATION Language

FEEDBACK

CORRECTIVE MEASURES

DIAGNOSIS

RETESTING

REGULARITY


Co-scholastic Activities : Literary & Creative Skills, Language

Scientific & ICT Skills, Visual & Performing Arts, Organisational & Leadership Skills

Scientific & ICT Skills

Literary &

Creative Skills

Visual & Performing Arts

Thinking

Skills

Creative & Critical

Thinking

Problem Solving

Decision Making

Self Awareness

Part –I

Academic Performance :

Scholastic Areas

Co-scholastic Areas (Life Skills)

Grading on a 5 point scale A+, A, B+, B, C

Organisational & Leadership Skillls

Attitudes & Values

(Grading on three point scale - A+, A, B)

Language - I

Language - II

Social Skills

Interpersonal

Communication

Empathy

Mathematics

Science

Social Science

Attitude

Towards:

F. I.T.

H. Science

Painting

Commerce

Music

Emotional Skills

Coping with stress

Coping with emotions

Addl. Language

Teachers

School - mates

School

Programmes

Value System

Environment


Objectives of cce
Objectives of CCE Language

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 learner-centered activity.


What should be assessed
WHAT SHOULD BE ASSESSED? Language

RESPONSE

APPLICATION

SKILL

FIRST AID

VALUES

PHYSICAL

HEALTH

RETENTION

SCHOOL

CLUBS

YOGA

MOTIVATION

ATTITUDES

INTELLECTUAL

SOCIO-EMOTIONAL

BEHAVIOUR

SUBJECT AREAS

AESTHETICS

SOCIAL – ENVIRONMENT

ISSUES

CREATIVITY

INTERESTS

LIFE SKILLS


Attitudes and Values Language

(3 POINT SCALE)

Life Skills

(5 POINT SCALE)

Towards Teachers

Emotional Skills

Students/Peers

Thinking Skills

Co-Scholastic

Areas

School Property

Social Skills

School Programmes

Health &

Physical Education

(3 POINT SCALE)

Environment

Co-Scholastic Areas

(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

Literary & Creative Skills

Scientific & ICT Skills

Visual & Performing Arts

Organisational & Leadership Skills


Narrative records Language

Portfolio

Questions

Photographs/ Videos

Essays

Assessment

Conversation Skills

Observation

Tools

&

Techniques

Self Assessment

Projects

Assignments

Quizzes

Checklist

Rating Scales

Oral Questions

Research Work (group)

Paintings/ Artistic Endeavour

Observation

Peer Assessment

Narrative Reports


SCHOLASTIC - A Language

ADDITIONAL

SUBJECTS

SUBJECTS

SKILLS

  • Hindi

  • English

  • Social Science

  • Science

  • Mathematics

  • Add. Subject

  • Analysis

  • Problem Solving

  • Use of I.T.

  • Correlation to real life

  • Comprehension

  • Expression

  • Creativity

  • Data Handling

  • Oral

  • Listening, Writing

  • Foundation of Information Technology

  • Home Science

  • Painting

  • Music

  • Others

FORMATIVE

SUMMATIVE

Observation

Conversation

Project

Essay

Elocution

Question

Test

Questions

Examination

Short Answer

Very Short Answer

Essay

MCQ

Data Interpretation

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES


Formative assessment Languageis 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 Languageis 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 assessment1
Formative LanguageAssessment

  • Informs teacher where the

    need/problem lies.

  • Focus on problem area.

  • Helps teacher give specific

    feedback

  • Provide relevant support

  • Plan the next step

Diagnostic

For the Teacher

For the Student

  • Helps student identify the problem areas

  • Provides feedback and support.

  • Helps to improve performance

  • Provides opportunity to improve performance

Remedial


Methods of assessment1
Methods of Assessment Language

Observation

Assignment

Projects

Portfolio

Checklist

Rating scale

Anecdotal records


Techniques for effective assessment1
Techniques For Effective Assessment Language

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 mind1
TEACHERS SHOULD KEEP LanguageIN MIND

Use a variety of tools (oral, projects, presentations) .

Understand different learning styles and abilities.

Share the assessment criteria with the students.

Allow peer and self assessment.

Give an opportunity to the student to improve.


A successful formative assessment scheme2
A Successful Formative LanguageAssessment Scheme

Plan all assessment

Focus on formative assessment

Share learning outcomes

and assessment expectations

with students

Use clearly defined criteria

Use examples and exemplars



Fa and sa1
FA and SA Language

FA SA

  • For Learning - Of Learning

  • Pedagogy - Evaluation

  • Process - Product (performance)

  • CCE is a good balance of FA and SA


Fa manuals1
FA Manuals Language

  • 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 manuals1
How to Use FA Manuals Language

  • 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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