Exemplary grammar andspelling4Analysis questions were answered completelyClear connection with theoriesGrammar and spelling are superior3Analysis questions were not answered completelyVaguely related to thetheoriesGrammar andspelling acceptable2Analysis questions were not answeredGrammar and spellingunsatisfactory1Reflections/InsightsReflection statements are profound and clear; supported byexperiences from the learning episodes4Reflection statements are clear, butnot clearly supported byexperiences from the learning episodes3Reflection statements are shallow; supported by experiences from learning episodes.2Reflection statements are unclear and shallow and are not supported by experiences from the learning episodes1LearningPortfolioPortfolio is complete, clear, well-organized Portfolio is complete, clear, well-organized; Portfolio is incomplete; supporting documentatioAnalysis questions were not answered242 | FIELD STUDY 5-Learning Assessment Strategies
and all supporting; documentations are located in sections clearly designated4most supporting documentations are available andlogical and clearly marked locations3ns are organized butare lacking2Grammar and spellingunsatisfactory1Submission ofLearningEpisodeSubmitted before deadline4Submitted ondeadline3Submitted a day after the deadline2Submitted two days or more after the deadline1COMMENT/SOver-all ScoreRating:(Based ontransmutation)TRANSMUTATION OF SCORE TO GRADE/RATINGScore2019-181716151413-1211109-87-belowGrade1.01.251.51.752.02.252.502.753.03.5 5.009996939087848178757271-belowDR. AVA CLARE MARIE O. ROBLESDECEMBER 15, 2017Signature of FS Teacher DateAbove Printed Name 243 | FIELD STUDY 5-Learning Assessment Strategies
FS 5FIELD STUDYLearningEpisodeEpisode 8THE K TO 12GRADINGSYSTEM244 | FIELD STUDY 5-Learning Assessment Strategies8The K to 12 GRADINGSYSTEM
My Learning Episode OverviewWith the implementation of Enhanced Basic EducationCurriculum of 2013, more popularly known as K to 12, is a newgrading system that is aligned to the new assessment policy ofthe Department of Education based on DepEd Memo 8, s. 2015. In this episode, you will be made to observe how this isimplemented in schools.My Intended Learning OutcomesAt the end of this Episode, I will be able to:Compute students grade based on DepEd’s grading policyGive the descriptor of a numerical gradeMy Performances CriteriaI will be rated along the following: a.quality of my observations and documentation,b.completeness and depth of my analysis,c. depth and clarity of my classroom observation-basedreflections,d.completeness, organization, clarity of my portfolio ande.time of submission of my portfolioMy Learning EssentialsIn the K to 12 curriculum, a student’s grade isbased on his/her written work, performance taskand quarterly assessment.
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