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CCE TRAINING MODULE CLASSES: VI to VIII SUB: MATHEMATICS MODULE PREPARATION BY M.GOVINDU, P.G.T( Maths ) ZIET, MYSORE-570 011. CONTENTS. Aim & objectives of the module General information Details of CCE Report Book for Classes VI, VII , and VIII.

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CCE TRAINING MODULE

CLASSES: VI to VIII

SUB: MATHEMATICS

MODULE PREPARATION

BY

M.GOVINDU, P.G.T( Maths)

ZIET, MYSORE-570 011

M. GOVINDU, PGT(MATHS), ZIET, MYSORE

contents
CONTENTS
  • Aim & objectives of the module
  • General information
    • Details of CCE Report Book for Classes VI, VII , and VIII.
    • Proposed Evaluation Scheme for Scholastic Subjects
    • Grading Scale for Scholastic Subjects
  • Class wise Action plan for implementation of cce in Mathematics.
              • CLASS VI CCE Calendar
              • CLASS VII CCE Calendar
              • CLASS VIII CCE Calendar
        • Teachers CCE Record Formats

M. GOVINDU, PGT(MATHS), ZIET, MYSORE

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Aim
  • To Provide comprehensive Guidelines for effective implementation of C.C.E in Kendriyavidyalayas.

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objectives
OBJECTIVES
  • To give comprehensive information to CCE Mentor about effective implementation of CCE in the subject Mathematics.
  • To provide guidelines for effective implementation of CCE by Mathematics Teachers.
  • To provide Class wise action plan for formative assessment activities in mathematics.
  • Give an idea about evaluation of activities for formative assessment in maths
  • To give a Model format of record to be maintained by the subject teacher.

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general information school based continuous continuous comprehensive evaluation
General Information:(School Based Continuous &Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation)
  • Aim of School Based CCE:
  • Elimination of chance element and subjectivity (as far as possible), de-emphasis on memorization, encouraging comprehensive evaluation incorporating both Scholastic and Co-Scholastic aspects of learners Development
  • Continuous evaluation spread over the total span of the instructional time as an integral built-in aspect of the total teaching-learning process
  • Functional and meaningful declaration of results for effective use by teachers, students, parents and the society
  • Wider uses of test results for purposes not merely of the assessment of levels of pupils’ achievements and proficiencies, but mainly for their improvement, thorough diagnosis and remedial/enrichment programmes
  • Improvement in the mechanics of conducting examinations for realizing a number of other allied purposes
  • Introduction of the semester system
  • The use of grades in place of marks in determining and declaring the level of pupil performance and proficiency.

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general information characteristics of school based evaluation
General Information(Characteristics of School Based Evaluation):
  • Is broader, more comprehensive and continuous than traditional system
  • Aims primarily to help learners for systematic learning and development
  • Takes care of the needs of the learner as responsible citizens of the future
  • Is more transparent, futuristic and provides more scope for association among learners, teachers and parents

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general information details of cce report book for classes vi vii and viii part i
General Information(Details of CCE Report Book for Classes VI, VII and VIII (Part-I)

Part- 1: consists of the evaluation of Scholastic Areas.

  • There will be two terms. The First Term will be from April –September and the Second Term from October-March of the subsequent year.
  • •Each term will have two Formative and one Summative Assessment.
  • Assessment will be indicated in Grades.
  • The Grading Scale for the Scholastic Areas is a Nine Point Grading Scale.
  • Overall grade of Formative Assessments over the two terms (FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4) and the overall grade of Summative Assessment (SA1+SA2) must be given.
  • The total of the two grades which comprises (Formative and Summative) needs to be given in the relevant column.

M. GOVINDU, PGT(MATHS), ZIET, MYSORE

general information proposed evaluation scheme for scholastic subjects
General Information(Proposed Evaluation Scheme for Scholastic Subjects):
  • Focus on Formative Assessment
  • Share the learning outcomes and assessment expectations with students
  • Use clearly defined criteria
  • Use examples and exemplars
  • Give specific feedback(which will help to)
      • Incorporate students Self-Assessment
      • Students keep a record of their progress
      • Teachers keep records of students’ progress

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general information evaluation of scholastic aspect
General Information(Evaluation of Scholastic aspect):
  • Part 1: Scholastic Areas: VI to VIII
  • Six assessments are proposed:

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grading scale
Grading Scale:
  • Assessment of Scholastic attainments Part 1 will be reported twice in a year.
  • The nine point grading scale for measuring Scholastic achievementsis given below:

Minimum qualifying grade in all the subjects under Scholastic Domain is D.

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CCE Calendar for 2012-13
  • CLASS _VI
  • (a) TERM:I (April – September)
  • (b) TERM:II (October – March)
  • (c) CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING VARIOUS ACTIVITIES
  • (d) SAMPLE ACTIVITIES

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CCE Calendar for 2012-13
  • CLASS _VII
  • (a) TERM:I (April – September)
  • (b) TERM:II (October – March)
  • (c) CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING VARIOUS ACTIVITIES
  • (d) SAMPLE ACTIVITIES

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CCE Calendar for 2012-13
  • CLASS _VIII
  • (a) TERM:I (April – September)
  • (b) TERM:II (October – March)
  • (c) CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING VARIOUS ACTIVITIES
  • (d) SAMPLE ACTIVITIES

M. GOVINDU, PGT(MATHS), ZIET, MYSORE

cce teacher record formats
CCE TEACHER RECORD FORMATS
  • FORMATS FOR MATHEMATICS

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THANK YOU

&

All the Best

M. GOVINDU, PGT(MATHS), ZIET, MYSORE

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