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FS Name ____________________________________________________________ Course & Block ________________________ Resource Teacher _______________________________________________ Signature _______________________________ Date of Observation : Day 1 __________________________________ Time __________________________________ Day 2 __________________________________ Time __________________________________ Day 3 __________________________________ Time __________________________________ CHECKLIST Classify the portfolios examine. Use the checklist below: Type of Portfolio Tally (How many did you see) Frequency Development/Process Portfolio/Growth-Portfolio Display Showcase / Best Work Portfolio / Showcase Portfolio Evaluation / Assessment Portfolio OBSERVATION CHECKLIST Select three (3) best portfolios from what you examined. Which element/s is/are present in each? Please check. Elements of Portfolio Put your check here 1. Cover Letter – “About the Author” and “ What My Portfolio Shows About My Progress as a Learner” 2. Table of Contents with numbered pages 3. Entries-both core (required items) and optional items (chosen by students) 4. Dates on all entries to facilitate proof of growth over time 5. Drafts of aural/oral and written products and revised revisions, i.e. (first drafts and corrected / revised versions) 6. Reflections Corpuz, Brenda. Field Study 5 Learning Assessment Strategies . (LORIMAR Publishing, Inc., 2015), 75-80. C AMARINES N ORTE S TATE 5 ON PORTFOLIOS FIELD STUDY LEARNING ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES Episode 6
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FS MY ANALYSIS 1. Did I see samples of the three different types of portfolio?
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