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SCE. School Based Comprehensive Evaluation. Represented for Hiramani Primary School. “Without Holistic Education, Holistic Evaluation is not possible”. SCE. =. Scholastic Evaluation (Section – I). Co-Scholastic Evaluation (Section – II). FA (Formative Assessment)

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SCE

School

Based

Comprehensive

Evaluation

Represented

for

Hiramani Primary School

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SCE

=

Scholastic

Evaluation

(Section – I)

Co-Scholastic

Evaluation

(Section – II)

  • FA (Formative Assessment)
  • SA (Summative Assessment)
  • Indicators
  • Skills
scholastic evaluation section i
Scholastic Evaluation(Section – I)
  • Section - A : Principal Subjects
  • First Language-English
  • Second Language-Gujarati, Hindi
  • Maths
  • Science & Technology
  • Social Science
  • Section-B : Optional Subjects
  • Computer
  • Arts & Crafts
  • P.E.
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Activities

For

FA -1, FA -2

&

FA – 3, FA - 4

activities for fa 1 fa 2
Activities for FA-1 & FA -2
  • Group activities
  • Project
  • Check List
  • Oral Questions
  • Quiz
  • Practical Work
  • Observation
  • Assignment
  • Class Work
  • Home Work
  • Six activities for FA-1 & FA-2
  • First activity is Weekly Test that is compulsory
  • Other four activities are as ….
weekly test
Weekly Test

of

each principal subjects for giving better practice to students as a part of FA

group activities
Group Activities
  • Making of Flash Cards
  • Slogan, quotes writing
  • Recitation
  • Making Charts related to different subjects
  • Designing Scientific Models
  • Drawings
  • Field Visits to Historical places, Shopping Malls, Farm House, Orphanage, blind school, etc.
  • Team building exercise
projects
Projects
  • Collection of leaves, grains, etc
  • Collection of great scientists, artists, Leaders, etc in India
  • Collection of dressing patterns of different regions of India
  • Data collection from society related to
    • diseases like cancer, diabetes, cholesterol, hypertension
    • People under BPL for helping them
    • Doctor’s Visit to school, scientists, army officers
check list
Check List
  • List of short questions related to subject replying yes/no
oral questions
Oral Questions
  • Related to subjects
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Quiz
  • Two or more groups related to subject
practical works
Practical Works
  • Playing Games like Volleyball, Kho-Kho etc
  • Computer Practicals
assignment
Assignment
  • Related to Principal subjects
class work
Class Work
  • Activeness
  • Questionnaire
  • Maintenance of class Notebook
  • Active Involvement in class discussion
home work
Home Work
  • For revision
  • Attention for
    • Regularity
    • Cleanliness
  • Developing writing skills
    • Composition
    • Report writing
    • Comprehension
co scholastic section ii
Co-Scholastic (Section – II)

Section-A : Activities

Section-B : Areas

section a activities
Section – A : Activities
  • - Sports & Health Control Activities :
  • First Aide
  • Athletics
  • Scout & Guide
  • Sports & Games
  • Cultural, Literary & Social Activities
    • Art
    • Dance
    • Puppet Show
section b areas
Section – B : Areas
  • Life Skills

-Thinking skills

      • Emotional Skill
      • Social Skill
  • Attitude
    • Towards Society
    • Towards Environment
    • Towards School
    • Towards Teachers
    • Towards Classmates
  • Values

- Truthfulness

    • Empathy
    • Non-Violence
    • Trust
    • Honesty
    • Patriotism
    • Leadership quality
    • Compassion
indicators
Indicators
  • For Section - A
    • Playing Kho-Kho well
    • Capable of opening two windows at a time in computer
    • Is trying to draw pictures related to subject
  • For Section – B
    • Having artistic writing skill
    • Active for social work
    • Active in group activies
percentile rank
Percentile Rank
  • It is a percentage over number of students less scoring than the specified student’s score
  • For Section – 1(A)
    • In a Class 60 students are there. One student gets 85 marks in Maths. In this class 54 students getting marks less than and equal to 84.
    • To find out percentile rank

= 54*100/60

= 90

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