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ECS Revised System of Rating and Reporting of Students Performance for Secondary School in Values Education

GRADING SYSTEM
DECS ORDER
No.70, s. 1998

Revised System of Rating and Reporting of Students Performance for Secondary School

EDUKASYON SA PAGPAPAHALAGA (VALUES EDUCATION)

The grade of Values Education (VE) will reflect both knowledge/skills acquisition and behavior. This is based on the nature of VE which aims to develop skills for rational thinking and value judgment in order to effect behavior change in the students through experiential learning.

Using the learning competencies as basis for evaluating students performance, the grade in VE will be based on the following criteria, weighted accordingly as follows:

PERIODICAL TEST -----------------------------------------------------25%

FOLLOW-UPS (Written Outputs)----------------------------------------25%

INVOLVEMENT-------------------------------------------------------- 20%

RECITATION---------------------------------------------------------- 10%

ATTENDANCE----------------------------------------------------------10%

BEHAVIOR------------------------------------------------------------ 10%

TOTAL --------------------------------------------------------------100%

FOLLOW-UPS

Are manifestation of how well the students applies, evaluate and synthesizes the concept, ideas and views acquired from VE lessons. They come in the form of essays, report, reaction paper, critiques reflections, journal entries, individual project and other follow-up activities. Written outputs from follow-ups activities are rated using a scale assessing what level of valuing the student appears be in as seen from his/her work.

(DECS Order No. 52, s. 1989)

INVOLVEMENT

Refers to the students active participation in the processes /activities initiated by he teacher or the students inside or outside the classroom for value formation. Involvement inside the classroom is manifested through the role-plays, simulations, group discussions (in contrast to recitation or class discussion), games and other performance type activities. Involvement outside the classroom entails participation in group/class projects in the school and/or community (e.g. immersion in depressed communities).

For example for pupil A,

   
     
TRAITS
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5

Average

1. Honesty

85
85
80
90
85
85

2. Courtesy

80

80

85

85

85

83

3. Helpfulness and
Cooperation

90

90

85

85

85

87

5. Etc

80

80

85

80

85

82

Rating under behavior observation

84.25

Under this criterion, Pupil A has an average of 84.25x 40%. So Pupil A has a total points of 33 70.

The numerical rating for each trait show will be converted to letter grade e.g. 85 for Honesty is equivalent to C for purposes of filling up the portion on traits in the Report Card (Form 138 E)

A - Outstanding - 96 100

B Very Satisfactory - 86 95

C Satisfactory - 76 85

D Needs Improvements - 66 - 75

 
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