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WELCOME

TO
CCE
ORIENTATION
PROGRAMME
STDS - IX & X

WHAT IS CONTINUOUS
AND
COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

Continuous and Comprehensive


Evaluation (CCE)refers to a system of
school-based evaluation of students
that covers all aspects of students
development.

CCE

CONTINUOUS

GROWTH

DEVELOPMENT

COMPREHENSIVE

SCHOLASTIC

CO-SCHOLASTIC

SELF EVALUATION
FEEDBACK
RETESTING
CORRECTIVE MEASURES
DIAGNOSIS
REGULARITY

(CCE)

Scholastic
Assessment
Duration of the term
I - Term
- June - September
II Term
- October - March

Co-Scholastic
Assessment

SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT (PART-1 A)

Formative
Summative
Assessment
Assessment

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Assessment which is
carried throughout
the year by the teacher
formally and informally

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (FA)


Will comprise of :
Class work
Homework
Oral questions
Quizzes
Projects
Assignments/Tests
Unit Test

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

It is basically the pen to paper test


conducted at end of each term
Term I - September
Term II- March

CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS

Social skills
Life skills
Thinking skills
Emotional skills
Values & Attitudes
Clubs
Literary &Creative skills
Aesthetic skills & Performing art
Health & Physical education

Attitudes and
Values

Life Skills
(5 POINT SCALE)

(3 POINT SCALE)
Towards Teachers

Emotional Skills

Students/Peers
School Property
School Programmes
Environment

Thinking Skills

Co-Scholastic

Social Skills

Areas

Co-Scholastic
Areas
(3 1.Literary
POINT SCALE)
& Creative Skills
2.Scientific & ICT Skills
3.Visual & Performing Arts
4.Organisational & Leadership
Skills

Health &
Physical Education
(3 POINT SCALE)

1. Sports/Indigenous Sports
2. NCC/NSS
3. Scouting & Guiding
4. Swimming 5. Gymnastics 6.
Yoga 7. First Aid 8.
Gardening/Shramdaan

Narrative
Portfolio
records
Questions
Photographs/
Essays
Videos
Assessmen
Conversation
t
Skills
Observatio
n
Self Assessment
Assignments
Checklist

Tools
&
Techniques

Project
s
Quizze
s
Rating Scales

Oral QuestionsResearch Work


(group)
Paintings/
Observation
Peer
Artistic
Assessment
Narrative ReportsEndeavour

ASSESSMENT BY CCE
TERM 1
FA-1 + FA-2 + SA 1 = 10+10 + 30 = 50
TERM 2
FA-3 + FA-4 + SA 2 = 10+10 + 30 = 50
100

THANK
YOU

FORMATIVE
ASSESSMENT TOOLS
SUBJECT WISE

ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - ENGLISH / II LANGUAGE

Listening comprehension
Conversation
Dialogue writing / oral
Debate
Oration
Recitation
PPT
Quiz
Grammar Practice with
Picture

Pick & speak


Paragraph writing with
relevant pictures
Story telling / writing
Reading test
Class magazine
Missing Letters / Proposition
MCQ
Collage
Role play

UNIT TEST

ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - MATHS


Lab activity / Lab Record
Paper cutting & pasting
Domino cards for basic operation
Quiz
Buying & selling class activity
Peg board
Prime & composite - Beads
MCQ
Model making
PPT
Collage
Class work
Home work
Mental ability
Class response
Peer teaching
Peer assignment
Mind mapping
UNIT TEST

ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - SCIENCE


Science talk
Pick & speak
Experimental work
Group work
Quiz
Class response
Model making
PPT
Lab activity
Collecting pictures relevant to the
topic
Drawing of the diagram
Mind mapping
Scrap book activity
Role play
Chart making
Collage making
Compare & contrast

ACTIVITIES FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - SOCIAL


STUDIES
Compare & contrast
Model making
Role play / skit
Open book test
Peer teaching
Collecting pictures related to the
topic
PPT
Field trip report
Seminar
Quiz
Map work
Map recognition
Collage work
Mock parliament
UNIT TEST

SCHOLASTIC - A
SUBJECTS
Hindi
English
Social Science
Science
Mathematics
Add. Subject
FORMATIVE
Observation

SKILLS
Analysis
Problem Solving
Use of I.T.
Correlation to real
life
Comprehension
Expression
Creativity
Data Handling
Oral
Listening, Writing

ADDITIONAL
SUBJECTS

Foundation
of Information
Technology
Home
Science
Painting
Music
Others
SUMMATIVE
Questions

Conversation

Examination

Project

Short Answer

Essay

Very Short
Answer

Elocution
Question
Test

TOOLS &
TECHNIQUES

Essay
MCQ
Data

Summative assessment is carried out at the


end of a course of learning. It measures or
'sums-up' how much a student has learned from
the course. It is usually a graded test, i.e., it is
marked according to a scale or set of grades

A SUCCESSFUL FORMATIVE
ASSESSMENT SCHEME

Plan all assessment


Focus on formative

assessment

Share learning outcomes

and assessment
expectations
with students
Use clearly defined criteria

Use examples and


exemplars

METHODS OF ASSESSMENT

2.

Observation
Assignment

3.

Projects

4.

Portfolio

5.

Checklist

6.

Rating scale

7.

Anecdotal records

1.

TECHNIQUES FOR EFFECTIVE


ASSESSMENT

Conversational skills
Assignments
Verbal skills
Subject wise academic quiz
Project/ research
Intellectual activity (on the spot activities)
Presentations.
Group discussions
Computer skills.
Activities for better understanding of the
concept.
Observation and evaluation through practice
.

TEACHERS SHOULD KEEP


IN MIND

Use a variety of tools (oral,


projects, presentations) .

Understand
different
learning styles and abilities.

Share
the
assessment
criteria with the students.

Allow
peer
assessment.

Give an opportunity to the


student to improve.

and

self

A SUCCESSFUL FORMATIVE
ASSESSMENT SCHEME

Plan all assessment


Focus on formative

assessment

Share learning outcomes

and assessment
expectations
with students
Use clearly defined criteria

Use examples and


exemplars

PROPOSED EVALUATION SCHEME


FOR SCHOLASTIC SUBJECTS

FA AND SA

FA
SA
For Learning - Of Learning
Pedagogy - Evaluation
Process
- Product (performance)
CCE is a good balance of FA and SA

FA MANUALS

For classes IX & X in Eng, Hindi, Maths, Science


& Social Science.
Available at CBSE Book stores also on Website.
Content: concept, framework, FA Tasks (syllabus
and Text specific)
Tasks: Unit/ Lesson; Time; Objective;
Specifications; Procedure; Criteria for
Assessment and Feedback & Follow-up.
Suggested Annual Plan.

HOW TO USE FA MANUALS

Schools to buy multiple copies in all


subjects for classes IX & X.
Each subject teacher to have a copy.
At the beginning of the academic
session evolve an annual plan (how
many FA tasks, skills and content
covered etc.)
Ensure variety-tools and techniques.
Integrate FA tasks with classroom
teaching.

CONTINUOUS
AND
COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION
An Overview

A CBSE INITIATIVE

WHAT IS CONTINUOUS
COMPREHENSIVE
EVALUATION ?

Continuous
and
Comprehensive
evaluation refers to a system of school
based assessment that covers all
aspects of students development .

SELF EVALUATION
FEEDBACK
RETESTING
CORRECTIVE MEASURES
DIAGNOSIS
REGULARITY

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Grading on a

Co-scholastic

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Commerce
Music
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OBJECTIVES OF
CCE
To help develop cognitive, psychomotor

and

affective skills.
To lay emphasis on thought process and deemphasise memorization
To make evaluation an integral part of teachinglearning process
To use evaluation for improvement of students
achievement and teaching learning strategies on
the basis of regular diagnosis followed by
remedial instruction
To use evaluation as a quality control devise to
maintain desired standard of performance
To determine social utility, desirability or
effectiveness
of
a
programme
and
take
appropriate decisions about the learner, the
process of learning and the learning environment
To make the process of teaching and learning a
learner-centered activity.

WHAT SHOULD BE
ASSESSED?
RESPONSE

SKILL

VALUES

PHYSICAL

HEALTH

APPLICATION
FIRST AID
RETENTION

CLUBS

SCHOOL

MOTIVATION

YOGA
ATTITUDES

INTELLECTUAL

SOCIO-EMOTIONAL

BEHAVIOUR
SUBJECT
AREAS

AESTHETICS
SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
ISSUES

LIFE SKILLS

CREATIVITY
INTERESTS

Attitudes and
Values

Life Skills
(5 POINT SCALE)

(3 POINT SCALE)
Towards Teachers

Emotional Skills

Students/Peers
School Property
School Programmes
Environment

Thinking Skills

Co-Scholastic

Social Skills

Areas

Co-Scholastic
Areas
(3 1.Literary
POINT SCALE)
& Creative Skills
2.Scientific & ICT Skills
3.Visual & Performing Arts
4.Organisational & Leadership
Skills

Health &
Physical Education
(3 POINT SCALE)

1. Sports/Indigenous Sports
2. NCC/NSS
3. Scouting & Guiding
4. Swimming 5. Gymnastics 6.
Yoga 7. First Aid 8.
Gardening/Shramdaan

Narrative
Portfolio
records
Questions
Photographs/
Essays
Videos
Assessmen
Conversation
t
Skills
Observatio
n
Self Assessment
Assignments
Checklist

Tools
&
Techniques

Project
s
Quizze
s
Rating Scales

Oral QuestionsResearch Work


(group)
Paintings/
Observation
Peer
Artistic
Assessment
Narrative ReportsEndeavour

SCHOLASTIC - A
SUBJECTS
Hindi
English
Social Science
Science
Mathematics
Add. Subject
FORMATIVE
Observation

SKILLS
Analysis
Problem Solving
Use of I.T.
Correlation to real
life
Comprehension
Expression
Creativity
Data Handling
Oral
Listening, Writing

ADDITIONAL
SUBJECTS

Foundation
of Information
Technology
Home
Science
Painting
Music
Others
SUMMATIVE
Questions

Conversation

Examination

Project

Short Answer

Essay

Very Short
Answer

Elocution
Question
Test

TOOLS &
TECHNIQUES

Essay
MCQ
Data

Formative assessment

is thus carried
out during a course of instruction for providing
continuous feedback to both the teachers and
the learners for taking decisions regarding
appropriate modifications in the transactional
procedures and learning activities.

Summative assessment is carried


out at the end of a course of learning.
It measures or 'sums-up' how much a
student has learned from the course. It
is usually a graded test, i.e., it is
marked according to a scale or set of

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Diagnosti
For the Student
c

For the
Teacher
Informs teacher where the

need/problem lies.
Focus on problem area.

Helps student identify


the problem areas
Provides feedback and
support.

Remedial

Helps teacher give specific


feedback
Helps
to
Provide relevant support
performance
Plan the next step

improve

Provides opportunity to
improve performance

METHODS OF ASSESSMENT

2.

Observation
Assignment

3.

Projects

4.

Portfolio

5.

Checklist

6.

Rating scale

7.

Anecdotal
records

1.

TECHNIQUES FOR
EFFECTIVE ASSESSMENT

Conversational skills
Assignments
Verbal skills
Subject wise academic quiz
Project/ research
Intellectual activity (on the spot activities)
Presentations.
Group discussions
Computer skills.
Activities for better understanding of the
concept.
Observation and evaluation through practice
.

TEACHERS SHOULD KEEP


IN MIND

Use a variety of tools (oral,


projects, presentations) .

Understand
different
learning styles and abilities.

Share
the
assessment
criteria with the students.

Allow
peer
assessment.

Give an opportunity to the


student to improve.

and

self

A SUCCESSFUL FORMATIVE
ASSESSMENT SCHEME
Plan all assessment
Focus on formative

assessment

Share learning outcomes

and assessment
expectations
with students
Use clearly defined criteria

Use examples and


exemplars

PROPOSED EVALUATION SCHEME


FOR SCHOLASTIC SUBJECTS

FA AND SA

FA
SA
For Learning - Of Learning
Pedagogy - Evaluation
Process
- Product (performance)
CCE is a good balance of FA and SA

FA MANUALS

For classes IX & X in Eng, Hindi, Maths, Science


& Social Science.
Available at CBSE Book stores also on Website.
Content: concept, framework, FA Tasks (syllabus
and Text specific)
Tasks: Unit/ Lesson; Time; Objective;
Specifications; Procedure; Criteria for
Assessment and Feedback & Follow-up.
Suggested Annual Plan.

HOW TO USE FA MANUALS

Schools to buy multiple copies in all


subjects for classes IX & X.
Each subject teacher to have a copy.
At the beginning of the academic
session evolve an annual plan (how
many FA tasks, skills and content
covered etc.)
Ensure variety-tools and techniques.
Integrate FA tasks with classroom
teaching.