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b. Minimum of four (4) written works and four (4) performance tasks within the quarter, preferably one in two weeks integrating two or more competencies. c. All competencies should be covered by the performance tasks (e.g. A performance task can be used to assess Science, Math, and English altogether for certain topics). 25. For the current school year, quarterly assessments shall not be administered. However, days allotted for quarterly assessments in DepEd Order 7, s. 2020 or the School Calendar and Activities for School Year 2020-2021, may be used for the presentation of major performance for the quarter that addresses the performance standard . 26. Quarterly Examinations were given a weight of 20% constantly in DO No. 8, s. 2015. Since it will no longer be a part of the grading system for this school year, its previously determined weight was distributed equally into Written Works and Performance Tasks, allotting an additional 10% to each component. This maintains an emphasis on Performance Tasks for some learning areas. Table 1: Weight Distribution of the Summative Assessment Components per Learning Area for Grade 1 to Grade 10 Assessment Components Weights Languages/AP/EsP Science/Math MAPEH/EPP/TLE Written Works 40% 50% 30% Performance Tasks 60% 50% 70% Table 2: Weight Distribution of the Summative Assessment Components for Senior High School Assessment Components Core Subjects Academic Track Technical/Vocational and Livelihood (TVL)/Sports/Arts and Design Tracks All Other Subjects Work Immersion/Research/ Business Enterprise Simulation/ Exhibit/Performance All Other Subjects Work Immersion/ Research Exhibit/ Performance Written Works 40% 40% 50% 30% Performance Tasks 60% 60% 50% 70%
Page 7 of 36 Table 3: Sample Computation of Written Works and Performance Tasks in Languages/AP/EsP for Grade 1 to Grade 10 and SHS Core Subjects Written Works (40%) Performance Tasks (60%) Initial Grade Quarterly Grade 1 2 3 4 Total PS WA 1 2 3 4 Total PS WA Highest Possible Score 20 25 20 20 85 100 40% 15 15 25 20 75 100 60% 100 100 Learner A 18 22 20 17 77 91 36.4% 12 13 19 15 56 75 45% 81.4 88 Table 4: Sample Computation of Written Works and Performance Tasks in Math/Science for Grade 1 to Grade 10 Written Works (50%) Performance Tasks (50%) Initial Grade Quarterly Grade 1 2 3 4 Total PS WA 1 2 3 4 Total PS WA Highest Possible Score 20 25 20 20 85 100 50% 15 15 25 20 75 100 50% 100 100 Learner A 18 22 20 17 77 91 45.5% 12 13 19 15 56 75 37.5% 83 89 Table 5: Sample Computation of Written Works and Performance Tasks in MAPEH/EPP/TLE for Grade 1 to Grade 10 Written Works (30%) Performance Tasks (70%) Initial Grade Quarterly Grade 1 2 3 4 Total PS WA 1 2 3 4 Total PS WA Highest Possible Score 20 25 20 20 85 100 30% 15 15 25 20 75 100 70% 100 100 Learner A 18 22 20 17 77 91 27.3% 12 13 19 15 56 75 52.5% 79.8 87 27. The transmutation table, which is Appendix B in DO No. 8, s. 2015, shall still be used in this grading system. The guidelines on learner’s progress report, as well as on promotion and retention shall likewise follow the provisions cited in the said policy.

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