CCE

Scheme of Assessment

A.    For classes I and II

                                 I.            There is no formal examination for Classes I and II. The teacher will evaluate the students through continuous and comprehensive evaluation [CCE]. The    testing can be done simultaneously while teaching or separately. For formats for CCE sheet and folder please refer Annexure I & II.

                              II.            Most of the time the students will not be aware that they are being tested.

                            III.            There will be minimum 8 cycles of CCE.

                           IV.            One cycle of CCE means that all the students of the class are tested in all the competencies.

                              V.             They should obtain at least ‘C’ grade. If a child gets ‘D` grade in some competencies, the teacher should repeat the cycle.

                           VI.            It is therefore recommended that tentatively 10 cycles of CCE should be planned in advance, so as to ensure that at least 8 cycles are completed by all the students securing at least Grade C in all the competencies by March.

B.      The following scheme needs to be  followed for classes III, IV and V:

The CCE in classes III, IV and V shall spread over two terms during one academic session.

I)                   First Term includes Formative Assessment 1(Pen-Paper Test), Formative Assessment 2 and Summative Assessment 1 (Pen-Paper Test). The duration of the First Term is from 1st April to 30th September in an academic session.

II)                Second Term includes Formative Assessment 3 (Pen-Paper Test), Formative Assessment 4 and Summative Assessment 2 (Pen-Paper Test). The duration of the Second Term is from 1st October to 31st March in an academic session.

 

 

The weightage of Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) shall be as follows:

 

Term

Type of Assessment

Percentage of weightage in academic session

Term wise Weightage

Total

FIRST TERM

(April-Sept)

Formative Assessment 1

10

Formative Assessment 1+2

= 20

Formative Assessment

1+2+3+4= 40

 

Summative Assessment

1+2= 60

 

Total= 100

Formative Assessment 2

10

Summative Assessment 1

30

Summative Assessment 1

= 30

SECOND TERM

(Oct-March)

Formative Assessment 3

10

Formative Assessment 3+4

= 20

Formative Assessment 4

10

Summative Assessment 2

30

Summative Assessment 2

= 30

 

Note: FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: Pen Paper Test subject wise will be part of the Formative Assessment 1 in the first term and Formative Assessment 3 in the second term. Formative Assessment 1 and 3 in the form of Pen Paper Test will be held by the last week of July and the second week of December in each academic session. The marks secured by children out of 40 in the FA 1 and FA 3                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               will be finally reduced to 10 respectively. The duration of Formative Assessment 2 will be from the first week of April to the last week of August and Formative Assessment 4 from the first week of October to the last week of the last week of February.

NOTE: A teacher needs to use a series of diagnostic tools like Class test (Written as well as Oral), Surprise Test, Class Responses, Minute Paper (Short descriptions are made by children which give the teacher immediate feedback. It can be done at the end of the class for understanding the effectiveness of teaching-learning process.) etc. during the course of instruction in order to take diagnostic measures for effective learning of children and enable them to write FA 1 and FA 3 with great ease and confidence. Even, the teacher needs to use the feedback of FA 1 and FA3 to take remedial measures to improve the performance of bloomers (slow learners) in SA 1 and SA 3 respectively so that the bloomers could get minimum `C` grade in all the subjects.

 

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT: Summative Assessment 1 will be held in the 2nd week of September and Summative Assessment 2 in the 2nd week of March in each academic session. The marks secured by children out of 60 in SA 1 and SA 2 will be finally reduced to 30 respectively.

 

Formative Assessment 2 and 4 (Classes III, IV and V)

The following suggested activities may be taken up by the teachers during the process of instruction to assess the expected level of learning in their subjects:

1.       ENGLISH/HINDI

Listening Comprehension, Conversations/Dialogues or prepared speeches on given topics, Oral Quizzes, Story Telling, Story Development, Presentations involving conversation with peers and the teacher, Role Play and Dramatization, Reading Comprehension, Creative Writing, Group Projects, Assignments(Classwork and Homework) etc.

 

 

2.       MATHEMATICS

Oral Quizzes, Group Projects, Puzzles, Data Handling and Analysis, Maths Lab. Activities, Problem Solving in groups, Estimation, Mapping Your Way, Field Activities and Reporting, Assignments(Class work and Homework) etc.

 

3.        ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES

Reading with a Purpose(Making Notes), Oral Quizzes, Role Play, Presentation on Current Topics(Formulating one`s own reasoning for an observed event/activity), Group Discussion, Survey, MCQs, Charts, Models, Map Reading, Trips and Reports, Group Investigations, Source-based Analysis, Assignments (Class work and Homework) etc.

The suggested scheme of Formative Assessment 2 and 4 subject wise from classes III to V may be followed as given below:

 

LANGUAGES (Hindi and English)

April-May

Written Assignments – Short/Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Listening comprehension, Conversations/Dialogues or Prepared Speeches on given topics, Oral Quizzes etc.

July-August

Written Assignments – Short/Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Reading Comprehension, Story Development, Story Telling, Creative Writing, Group Projects etc.

November-December

Written Assignments – Short/Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Listening Comprehension, Presentations involving conversation with peers and the teacher, Oral Quizzes etc.

January-February

Written Assignments – Short/Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Creative Writing, Role Play and Dramatization, Group Projects etc.

NOTE: Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Listening comprehension and Conversations/Dialogues or prepared speeches will be common under the scheme of FA 2 and FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally, the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 and FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

 

MATHEMATICS

April-May

Written Assignments (Classwork & Homework), Data Handling and Analysis, Oral Quizzes, etc.

July-August

Written Assignments (Classwork & Homework), Group Projects (Problem Solving), Puzzles, Maths Lab. activities etc.

November-December

Written Assignments (Classwork & Homework), Problem solving, Estimation, Mapping Your Way, Field Activities and Reporting etc.

January-February

Written Assignments (Classwork & Homework), Group Projects (Problem Solving), Estimation, Oral Quizzes, Maths lab. Activities etc.

NOTE: Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Group Projects and Maths Lab. Activities will be common under the scheme of FA 2 and FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally, the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 and FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

 

 

EVS

April-May

Written Assignments – Short/Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Reading with a purpose (making notes), Role Play and Dramatization, Oral Quizzes etc.

July-August

Written Assignments – Short/Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Presentations on current topics, Group Projects (Investigatory/Experimental), Survey, MCQs etc.

November-December

Written Assignments – Short/Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Charts, Models, Map Reading, Group Discussion, Class response etc.

January-February

Written Assignments – Short/Long question answers (Classwork & Homework), Source- based analysis, MCQ, Field Trips and Reports, Group Projects (Investigatory/ Experimental) etc.

NOTE: Three activities i.e. Written assignments, Group Projects and MCQ will be common under the scheme of FA 2 and FA 4. In addition, a teacher is free to carry out minimum one meaningful activity out of the suggested list of areas. Finally, the marks secured by children out of four or more activities under FA 2 and FA 4 need to be reduced to 10 respectively.

 

 

                                                                                                                               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Formative Assessment in the following suggested areas:

 

(a)    Home assignments / Class assignments

Due weightage to be given to:

·         Regularity

·         Neatness

·         Presentation

·         Correctness

(b)   Class response may include:

·         Oral Questioning

·         Quiz

·         Worksheets

S. No.

Assessment Method

Areas of Assessment

1

Oral Questioning

Oral Questions to assess the understanding of the topic

 

Listening Skills

Clarity if expression

Clarity of concepts

Communication Skills

2

Quiz

The class is divided into groups and questions pertaining to the topic are asked to assess the students of a group.

 

Thinking Skills

Alertness

Time management

Application of Knowledge

Reasoning Skills

Art of Quizzing

3

Worksheets

Use of worksheets to assess the students in the class

Comprehension

Regularity

Application of Knowledge

Attentiveness

 

(c)    Seminar

A topic may be divided among eight to ten students, who, in turn, need to research/study and ‘present’ it to all students.

Areas of Assessment

v  Ability to research on the topic

v  Acquisition of content knowledge

v  Public Speaking

v  Verbal Expression

v  ICT Skills

v   Leadership quality

(d)   Symposium

Students can be asked to ‘present’ papers on the topic of their choice.

Areas of Assessment

v  Depth of the content

v  Presentation of the content

v  Use of Audio – visual aids

v  Expression

v  Comprehension of the topic

(e)   Group Discussion

A group of ten students can be given a topic to discuss.

§  Students to choose their group leader, a moderator and a recorder

§  Their roles to be clarified

§  The topic to be thrown open for discussion

Group leader to ensure all students participate in the group discussion

Moderator to ensure that there is no cross talk and no two students speak together and all listen to one speaker patiently

Recorder to record the observation made by all students in the group including his/her own

Area of Assessment

v  Courage to put forth views

v  Team work

v  Respect to peer

v  Knowledge of content

v  Appropriate body language

v  Communication skills

v   Listening skills

 

 

 

(f)     Group Activity

                                                        I.            Projects

The students may be asked to do the investigatory/ experimental projects

·         Investigatory Projects include

§  Collection of data

§  Analysis & Interpretation of data

§  Observation

§  Conclusion and Inference

Areas of Assessment

v  Inquisitiveness

v  Observation skills

v  Thinking skills ( logical, rationale)

v  Analytical

v  Application of Knowledge

v  Comprehension & understanding (viva-voce)

v  Computing skills

v  Drawing conclusion

 

·         Experimental Projects Include:

§  Identifying problem

§  Making hypothesis

§  Testing

§  Observation

§  Analysis & Interpretation

§  Conclusion & Inference

§  Making a theory

Areas of Assessment

v  Inquisitiveness

v  Observation skills

v  Thinking skills

v  Analytical

v  Application of Knowledge

v  Comprehension & understanding (viva-voce)

v  Computing skills

v  Drawing conclusion

v  Experimental Skills

                                                      II.             Action Plan

    Students of a class to be divided into 5-6 groups to make an action plan

   Action Plan includes identifying a problem and making a plan to find a solution.

   The students to

·         Identify a problem

·         Study the causes of the problem

·         Interact with people (stake holder) associated with the problem

·         Categorize the problem in terms of

Ψ  Magnitude

Ψ  Effect on people

Ψ  Impact on community

·         Make a plan to find the solution of the problem. The plan to include:

o   Meeting people

o   Counseling the people

o   Listing people/ authorities who can help find solutions

o   Seeking appointments with the authorities to discuss the problem and seek their help

·         A follow up action on the solution of the problem

The work to be divided among the students or all work in a group as a unit. Assessment may be done group-wise or student-wise.

Areas of Assessment

v  Identification of a problem

v  Concern for the community

v  Team work

v  Analysis of the problem

v  Strategy planned by the students

v  Self confidence

v  Speaking skills

v  Follow up action to see concern for people/environment

 

                                                    III.            Survey – Collecting information on a relevant topic of study in a group

Assessment may be done group-wise or student-wise.

Areas of Assessment

v  Inquisitiveness

v  Conversational skills

v  Public relations

v  ICT skills

v  Data collection

v  Analytical skills

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRADING SYSTEM (A five-point Scale)

                                                                                                                                                       

MARKS RANGE

GRADE

GRADE

POINT

90-100

A+   Outstanding

5

75-89

                                       A     Excellent

4

56-74

                                       B      Very Good

3

35-55

                                      C      Good

2

00-34

                   D     Scope for  Improvement

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEIGHTAGES AND MARKS

Each subject in primary classes i.e. Hindi, English, Maths and Environmental Studies will be assessed competency wise and weightages and marks to be allotted as per the details given below:

Formative Assessment 1 and 3- Pen and Paper Test (Classes III, IV and V)

1.       ENGLISH/HINDI

Competencies

Weightage

Listening and Speaking

Assessment to be part of FA2 and FA 4

Reading

05

Writing

 

a)      Text(Prose & Poetry)

05

b)      Grammar

10

c)       Creative Writing

10

d)      Spelling

05

e)      Handwriting (Value- based passage)

05

 

2.       MATHEMATICS

Competencies

Weightage

Basic Concept

 

a)      Knowledge

10

b)      Understanding

10

Ability to Compute(Procedures and Operations)

10

Problem Solving Ability

10

 

3.       ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Competencies

Weightage

Observation and Reporting

10

Identification and Classification

15

Discovery of Facts

15

 

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1 and 2-Pen and Paper Test (Classes III, IV and V)

1.      ENGLISH/HINDI           

Competencies

Weightage

Listening and Speaking

Assessment to be part of FA 2 and FA 4

Reading

20

Writing

 

a)      Text (Prose and Poetry)

10

b)      Grammar

10

c)       Creative Writing

10

d)      Spelling

05

e)      Handwriting (Value-based Passage)

05

2.      MATHEMATICS

Competencies

Weightage

Basic Concept

 

a)      Knowledge

15

b)      Understanding

15

Ability to Compute(Procedures and Operations)

15

Problem Solving Ability

15

 

3.      ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Competencies

Weightage

Observation and Reporting

20

Identification and Classification

20

Discovery of Facts

20

.

 

                                                                                                                                                       

 

 

 

 

 

DESIGN OF THE QUESTION PAPERS

Formative Assessment 1 and 3                                                                                         Class-III, IV and V

Marks: 40                                                                             Subject-English/Hindi                                                       Time-90 Mts

Competency Wise Weightage

Source of Questions

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Marks allotted to each Question

Total Marks

Reading   05         

Class III-One Passage of about 50 words from the Text

Class IV –One Unseen Passage of about 75 words

Class V- One Unseen Passage of about 100 words

 

VSA

 

 

 

VSA

         

 

VSA

 

05

 

 

 

05

 

 

05

 

01

 

 

 

01

 

 

01

 

05

 

 

 

05

 

 

05

Writing   35         

 

          

 

 

 

                   

 

Prose & Poetry  

 

 

Grammar            

 

Creative Writing

 

Spelling (text-based) 

           

Handwriting(Value-based passage)  

 

VSA

SA

 

VSA

 

LA

 

 

VSA

 

LA

 

01

02

 

10

 

02

 

 

05

 

01

 

01

02

 

01

 

05

 

 

01

 

05

 

01

04

 

10

 

10

 

 

05

 

05

NOTES:  WORD LIMIT                                              

a)         VSA (Very Short Answer- 1 Mark each) – One word to one sentence                             

b)        SA (Short Answer- 2 Marks each) – Class III/IV: 10 Words;           Class V : 20 Words

c)        LA (Long Answer-5 Marks each)  -Class III  : 30 Words; Class IV: 40 Words; Class V: 50 Words                       

               DESIGN OF THE QUESTION PAPERS

Summative Assessment 1 and 2                                                                                       Class-III, IV and V

Marks: 60            Subject-English/Hindi                               Time-02 Hours

Competency Wise Weightage

Source of  Questions

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Marks allotted to each Question

Total Marks

Reading   20         

One Passage from the Text

One Unseen Passage

Word Limit:

Class III: 50 Words

Class IV: 75 Words

Class V:  100 Words

 

VSA

 

VSA

 

 

         

 

 

 

10

 

10

 

 

 

 

 

01

 

01

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

 

10

 

 

 

 

 

Writing   40         

 

          

 

 

 

                   

Prose & Poetry  

Grammar            

Creative Writing

Spelling (Text-based)            Handwriting(Value-based passage)  

SA

VSA

LA

 

VSA

 

LA

05

10

02

 

05

 

01

02

01

05

 

01

 

05

10

10

10

 

05

 

05

NOTES:  WORD LIMIT                                                                

a)      VSA (Very Short Answer-1 Mark each) – One word to one sentence                

b)      SA (Short Answer-2 Marks each) – Class III/IV: 10 Words;    Class V : 20 Words

c)      LA (Long Answer- 5 Marks each)  -Class III  : 30 Words; Class IV: 40 Words; Class V: 50 Words

                                     

                   

DESIGN OF THE QUESTION PAPERS

Formative Assessment 1 and 3                                                                                         Class-III, IV and V

Marks: 40                                                       Subject- Mathematics                                               Time-90 Mts

Competency Wise Weightage

Source of  Questions

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Marks allotted to each Question

Total Marks

Concept (20)

a)     Knowledge       10

b)    Understanding10

Based on knowledge and understanding of basic concepts

 

VSA

SA

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

06

02

 

02

02

01

 

01

02

 

01

02

04

 

06

04

 

02

04

04

 

Ability to Compute

(Procedures and Operations)                10     

 

 

 

                   

 

Based on child`s ability to make quick and correct calculations

 

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

 

02

02

01

 

 

01

02

04

 

 

02

04

04

Problem Solving  Ability                           

                                     10

Based on child`s ability to solve day to day problems

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

02

02

01

 

01

02

04

 

02

04

04

NOTE:                                                                      

a)       VSA (Very Short Answer) - It carries 1 Mark.                       

b)       SA (Short Answer)             - It carries 2 Marks.

c)       LA (Long Answer)                - It carries 4 Marks.

DESIGN OF THE QUESTION PAPERS

Summative Assessment 1 and 2                                                                                        Class-III, IV and V

Marks: 60                                                        Subject- Mathematics                                                          Time-02 Hours

Competency Wise Weightage

Source of  Questions

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Marks allotted to each Question

Total Marks

Concept (30)

c)     Knowledge       15

d)    Understanding15

Based on knowledge and understanding of basic concepts

 

VSA

SA

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

05

05

 

05

03

01

 

01

02

 

01

02

04

 

05

10

 

05

06

04

 

Ability to Compute

(Procedures and Operations)                15     

 

 

 

                   

 

Based on child`s ability to make quick and correct calculations

 

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

 

03

04

01

 

 

01

02

04

 

 

03

08

04

Problem Solving  Ability                           

                                     15

Based on child`s ability to solve day to day problems

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

03

04

01

 

01

02

04

 

03

08

04

NOTE:                                                                      

a)       VSA (Very Short Answer) - It carries 1 Mark.                       

b)       SA (Short Answer)             - It carries 2 Marks.

c)       LA (Long Answer)                -It carries 4 Marks.

DESIGN OF THE QUESTION PAPERS

Formative Assessment 1 and 3                                                                                         Class-III, IV and V

Marks: 40                  Subject- Environmental Studies                   Time-90 Mts

Competency Wise Weightage

Source of  Questions

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Marks allotted to each Question

Total Marks

Observation and Reporting 

                      10

Based on pictures, maps, tables, diagrams, reporting and narrating an event or process

 

VSA

SA

 

06

02

 

01

02

 

06

04

Identification and Classification

                     15                   

Identifying group of objects, similarities, differences, classification

 

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

 

04

03

01

 

 

01

02

05

 

 

04

06

05

 

Discovery of Facts           15

Map recording, data interpretation, analysis, hypothesis, drawing inferences

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

06

02

01

 

01

02

05

 

06

04

05

NOTE:                                                          

a)      VSA (Very Short Answer-1 Mark each) – One word to one sentence                

b)      SA (Short Answer-2 Marks each) – Class III/IV: 10 Words;    Class V : 20 Words

c)       LA (Long Answer- 5 Marks each)  -Class III  : 30 Words; Class IV: 40 Words; Class V: 50 Words

 

 

 

DESIGN OF THE QUESTION PAPERS

Summative Assessment 1 and 2                                                                                        Class-III, IV and V

Marks: 60                  Subject- Environmental Studies                   Time-2 Hours

Competency Wise Weightage

Source of  Questions

Type of Questions

No. of Questions

Marks allotted to each Question

Total Marks

Observation and Reporting 

                      20

Based on pictures, maps, tables, diagrams, reporting and narrating an event or process

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

07

04

01

 

01

02

05

 

07

08

05

Identification and Classification

                     20                   

Identifying group of objects, similarities, differences, classification

 

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

 

05

05

01

 

 

01

02

05

 

 

05

10

05

 

Discovery of Facts           20

Map recording, data interpretation, analysis, hypothesis, drawing inferences

 

VSA

SA

LA

 

05

05

01

 

01

02

05

 

05

10

05

NOTE:                                                          

d)      VSA (Very Short Answer-1 Mark each) – One word to one sentence                

e)      SA (Short Answer-2 Marks each) – Class III/IV: 10 Words;    Class V : 20 Words

f)       LA (Long Answer- 5 Marks each)  -Class III  : 30 Words; Class IV: 40 Words; Class V: 50 Words

                                                                             

 

 

MONITORING TOOLS

The following formats need to be used as monitoring tools by teachers in different classes in Primary Section:

1.       Classes I and II

a)       Continuous Evaluation Folder (For each child)            (Annexure I)

b)      Achievement Record                                                             (Annexure II)                                    

c)       Result Register (To be prepared as per Achievement record)                                                                             

2.       Classes III, IV and V

a)      Grade Slip Term wise                                                             (Annexure III)

b)      Format of Overall Grade                                                   (Annexure IV

c)       Achievement Record                                                             (Annexure V)

d)      Result Register (To be prepared as per Achievement Record)                                                                            

e)      Anecdotal Record                                                                    (Annexure VI)

f)       Lesson wise Activity Plan                                                                (Annexure VII)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

The Headmasters/Headmistresses need to use the following formats to monitor the class teaching of different teachers:

1.       Class Observation                                                                                           (Annexure VIII)

2.       Performance Portfolio for each teacher                                                               (Annexure IX)

 

Note:   i) Each teacher needs to maintain Activity Portfolio in which a copy of the worksheet topic wise and subject wise, and       teaching learning materials will be kept.

            ii) Each student needs to maintain three Student Portfolios i.e. Language, Mathematics and Environmental Studies in which all the activities done by the students will be kept.

                  

          

 

 

ANNEXURE I

 

Continuous evaluation folder (For Each Child)

 

Class 1 & II

                                                                    Session 20 _____20_____

 

Name…………………………….                 Class & Section………………..                 Roll No. ………..

 

SUBJECT

COMPETENCIES

CYCLE ____

CYCLE ____

CYCLE_____

CYCLE ____

TERM WISE

GRADE

Date

Grade

Date

Grade

Date

Grade

Date

Grade

ENGLISH 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(a) Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(b) Writing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(c) Spelling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(d) Handwriting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(e) Listening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(f) Speaking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycle Wise Grade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HINDI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(a) Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(b) Writing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(c) Spelling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(d) Handwriting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(e) Listening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(f) Speaking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycle Wise Grade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MATHEMATICS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(a) Forming Numbers Correctly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(b) Understanding of Basic Concepts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(c) Ability in Computation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(d) Problem Solving Ability

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycle Wise Grade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EVS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(a) Observation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(b) Identification of facts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(c) Discovering the facts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(d) Participation in group Activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycle Wise Grade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANNEXURE II

NAME OF THE SCHOOL                 ACHIEVEMENT RECORD

(Academic Session……………………..to…………………..)

Classes I to II                                              PHOTOGRAPH

 

Name                                          :_________________________________________________

 

Class                                    : ________________________ Section __________________

 

Roll No.                                          :_______________________________________________

                                            

Date of Birth                       : _________________________________________________

 

Admin. No                          : _________________________________________________

 

Residential Address            : _________________________________________________

 

                                               _________________________________________________

 

                                               _________________________________________________

 

                                                        _________________________________________________

 

Telephone No.                           : _________________________________________________

 

Specimen Signature of             : _________________________________________________

Parent/ Guardian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A.  ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE STUDENT – SCHOLASTIC AREA

SUBJECT

 

ENGLISH

 

HINDI

 

MATHEMATICS

 

ENVIRONMENTAL

STUDIES

 

COMPETENCIES

READING

WRITING

SPELLING

HANDWRITING

LISTENING

SPEAKING

CYCLEWISE

OVERALL GRADE

TERMWISE OVERALL  GRADE

READING

WRITING

SPELLING

HANDWRITING

LISTENING

SPEAKING

CYCLEWISE

OVERALL GRADE         

         

TERMWISE OVERALL  GRADE

FORMING NUMBER CORRECTLY

UNDERSTANDING OF BASIC CONCEPT

ABILITY IN COMPUTATION

PROBLEM SOLVING

CYCLEWISE

OVERALL GRADE         

 

TERMWISE OVERALL  GRADE

OBSERVATION

IDENTIFICATION

 SKILL (D. F.)

PARTICIPATION  IN

GROUP ACTIVITY

CYCLEWISE

OVERALL GRADE

TERMWISE OVERALL  GRADE

I TERM

CYCLE 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYCLE 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYCLE 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYCLE 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II TERM

CYCLE 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYCLE 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYCLE 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYCLE 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FINAL ASSESSMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.   CO – SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES

GAMES

FIRST TERM

SECOND TERM

ENTHUSIASM

 

DISCIPLINE

 

TEAM SPIRIT

 

TALENT

 

 

 

 

 

ART / CRAFT

FIRST TERM

SECOND TERM

INTEREST

 

CREATIVITY

 

SKILL

 

 

 

 

MUSIC / DANCE

FIRST TERM

SECOND TERM

INTEREST

 

RHYTHM

 

MELODY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C.   PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL TRAITS

FIRST TERM

SECOND TERM

COURTEOUSNESS

 

CONFIDENCE

 

CARE OF BELONGINGS

 

NEATNESS

 

REGULARITY AND PUNCTUALITY

 

INITIATIVE

 

SELF CONTROL

 

RESPECT FOR OTHER’S PROPERTY

 

SHARING AND CARING

 

 

 

 

 

D.  HEALTH

ASPECTS

FIRST TERM

SECOND TERM

 

HEIGHT (CMS)

 

WEIGHT (KG)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIRST TERM

SPECIFIC PARTICIPATION

GENERAL REMARKS

ATTENDANCE

CLASS TEACHER                                HM                                PRINCIPAL                          PARENT                                                 

SECOND TERM

SPECIFIC PARTICIPATION

GENERAL REMARKS

ATTENDANCE

CLASS TEACHER                                HM                                PRINCIPAL                         PARENT 

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CONGRATULATION! PROMOTED TO CLASS ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

NEW SESSION BEGINS ON …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

CLASS TEACHER                                HM                                PRINCIPAL                          PARENT

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DESCRIPTIVE FEEDBACK

A. LANGUAGES  (CLASS I AND II)

Testing Area/Skill/ Competency

Sub-Skills

A+

A

B

C

D

01. Reading

Skills

Pronunciation (Loud reading)

Can read and correctly pronounce new words on ones' own.

Can read and pronounce new words on ones' own most of the time.

Can read and pronounce new words with guidance from the teacher.

Cannot read and pronounce new words on ones own most of the times.

Cannot read and pronounce new words at all without the guidance from the teachers

Fluency

Can read simple sentences fluently with proper speed, expression and pronunciation.

Can read simple sentences fluently with speed but with occasional prompting.

Can read simple sentences but takes time to read each word. Lacks fluency, speed and expression.

Can read simple sentences without guidance or prompting.

Fumbles a lot while reading simple sentences. Reads one word at a

time.

Comprehension

Can read and understand a story/sentences and answer all the questions correctly.

Can answer most of the questions correctly.

Comprehends with some help from the teacher.

Cannot comprehend the passages on ones own. Often needs help.

Cannot comprehend at all. Requires help all the time.

02. Writing

Skills

Creative Writing

Can write three, four or five sentences on a given topic with accuracy and some originality e.g. can use an adjective with a noun. Tries to use new words.

Can write three or four sentences on a given topic

correctly but cannot use new words on his own.

Can write three or four sentences on a given topic but

with a lot of prompting and guidance from the teacher.

Unable to write three or four sentences on a given topic. Has to

be prompted all the time.

Needs help of the teacher all the time.



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Testing Area/Skill/ Competency

Sub-Skills

A+

A

B

C

D

 

Handwriting

(Cursive)

Is neat and legible. All letters and strokes are properly formed and transcription is error free.

Is neat and legible. Occasional inconsistency seen in formation of letters and strokes. Transcription is error free.

Is legible but often inconsistent with his strokes and letters. Transcription has occasional errors.

Is neither legible nor consistent. Transcription has a number of errors.

Writing is mainly incomprehensible and inaccurate.

Grammar

Can write sentences

accurately and uses simple punctuation marks

appropriately.

Can write sentences accurately most of the time. Falters occasionally in the use of simple punctuation marks.

Cannot write sentences without quite a few errors. Sometimes falters in the use of punctuation marks.

Can write shorter pieces with some accuracy. Needs help very often.

Cannot write with accuracy. Needs a lot of help.

Spelling

Can spell almost all words from the

text correctly. Can apply his phonetic knowledge to spell similar words.

Spells words from the text correctly with occasional errors. Can apply his phonetic knowledge to spell similar sounding words.

Makes a few mistakes while spelling words. Able to apply his

phonetic knowledge sometimes to spell similar words.

Makes plenty of errors while spelling words. Cannot apply his phonetic

knowledge to spell new words.

Makes a lot of spelling mistakes.



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Testing Area/Skill/ Competency

Sub-Skills

A+

A

B

C

D

03. Speaking

Skill

Conversation

Is fluent and spontaneous. Responds to situation appropriately and accurately.

Is fluent and spontaneous most of the time. Responds to the situation appropriately but fumbles for words occasionally.

Lacks spontaneity fluency and accuracy. Response time

rather long. Needs prompting most of the time.

Can carry out a dialogue only at a very basic level.

Needs help most of the time.

Recitation

Can recite a poem with proper

speed, expression and pronunciation.

Can recite a poem with proper speed and expression but makes occasional mistakes in pronunciation or forgets a word or so.

Can recite a poem with occasional prompting. Expression is not very clear and effective.

Can recite an entire poem with prompting most of the time. Lacks proper pronunciation and expression.

Can recite only very short and simple poems and that too with a lot of prompting.

04. Listening

Skills

Comprehension

Can comprehend oral questions, instructions and stories/poems.

Comprehends oral questions, instructions, stories, and poems most of the time.

Has some difficulty in comprehending instructions, stories or poems. Needs guidance quite often.

Has difficulty in following instruction s and stories, Needs simplification or translation most of the time.

Very slow to follow class instructions. Needs mother tongue translation

all the time.



B. MATHEMATICS (CLASS I AND II)

 

A+

A

B

C

D

Basic Concept (Knowledge and Understanding)

Has knowledge. Understands the concepts well before proceeding to the higher ones.

Has knowledge. Understands the concepts but is not clear in certain concepts.

Has knowledge. Takes some time to understand new concepts.

Has no proper knowledge. Understands the concepts but needs help most of the time.

Has no knowledge. Cannot understand the concepts.

Ability to Compute

Can do operation of numbers without any difficulty.

Can do operation of numbers but falters a little.

Can do operation of numbers but makes a few mistakes.

Has weak concept. Does operation of numbers at a slow pace making a few mistakes.

Has not learnt   the concept. Makes a lot of mistakes.

Formation of Number

Has understood the concept of formation of number.

Has the concept of formation of numbers but falters a little.

Has the concept but makes mistakes in formation of number.

Has not understood the concept of formation of number. Makes mistakes.

Has not learnt the concept of formation of number.

Makes a lot of mistakes.

Problem Solving Ability

Takes immense delight in working with mathematical problems.

Good at solving problems but at times makes careless mistakes.

Can solve problems but falters occasionally.

Has weak concepts, hence can solve problems at a slow pace.

Very slow in solving problems.

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B. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (CLASS I & II)

 

A+

A

B

C

D

Observation

Is keen, alert and observant; very much aware of the surroundings

Needs to be aware of the surroundings

Is quite aware but lacks enthusiasm

Lacks awareness;

needs to be more keen and alert

Lacks awareness.

Identification

Has the ability to identify and classify the objects.

Has the ability to identify and classify the objects but makes some mistakes.

Identifies and classifies objects with some difficulty but makes some mistakes.

Able to identify and classify objects with some prompts.

Able to identify objects with regular prompts.

Discovery of Facts

Has the ability to understand, reason, and discover facts, does independent thinking; has value appreciation for truth, co operation and justice.

Can understand, discover facts, do some independent thinking and is quite observant with reflexes of occasional appreciation for truth, co operation and justice.

 

Can attempt to answer simple questions based on reasoning and observation.

 

Has difficulty in understanding and reasoning. Can attempt to answer simple questions.

 

Needs prompting to discover facts and answer simple questions.

 

Activity

Exhibits creativity

and originality through cutting. Pasting, drawing, collage- work, composing simple poems.

Exhibits creativity and originality but makes an attempt with some help.

Can do activities like cutting, pasting, drawing and collage work and shows creativity and originality at times.

Lacks originality and the ratio of teacher guidance incr