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A. Y.

2018-2019
Performance Task in EAPP
First Quarter

Informative Article on Relieving Stress among High School Students

G-oal To provide meaningful input in relieving stress amidst demanding workload at


school
R-ole An upperclassman experienced in dealing with stress resulting from
schoolwork
A-udience Lowerclassmen in junior high school
S-ituation Aside from informing the audience of different strategies in coping with stress
due to schoolwork, they have to be convinced that it is possible to balance
work and social life without compromising the quality of work output, health
and happiness.
P-roduct An essay that indicates specific problems and possible causes of stress that
arise when dealing with schoolwork and possible solutions in adressing it.
Lastly, the essay should conclude with a strong claim that the audience can
maintain a balanced life given the strategies provided in dealing with stress.
S-tandards for Success The essay should contain:
- specific problems faced by students in dealing with schoolwork
- possible causes of stress in dealing with schoolwork
-possible solutions in dealing with stress at work

Rubric for Informative Article

Category 4=100% 3=85% 2=75% 1=50%


Differentiating The student can The student can The student can The student cannot
academic language adequately satisfactorily fairly differentiate differentiate the
from other styles ofdifferentiate the differentiate the the academic academic writing
language use academic writing academic writing writing style from style from others in
style from others in style from others in others in terms of terms of grammar,
terms of grammar, terms of grammar, grammar, lexis, lexis, sentence
lexis, sentence lexis, sentence sentence structure structure and
structure and structure and and organization organization and is
organization and is organization and is and is able to get at able to get at least
able to get at least able to get at least least 51-75% of the 50 % or below of
86-100% of the 76-85% of the items the items
items items
Writing a text The work shows The work shows The work shows The work does not
employing the style that it adequately that it satisfactorily that it fairly how effective use
expected of the addresses the addresses the addresses the of academic
discourse prompt with a prompt with a clear prompt with an writing style. There
community strong thesis thesis statement, acceptable thesis is no clear thesis
statement, adequate atleast one or two statement, atleast statement present,
supporting points supporting points, one supporting supporting points
(at least three or organized point, organized are inconsistent,
more), organized presentation but presentation but several lapses of
presentation points with minor lapses with several lapses misplaces ideas are
as well as effective as well as effective or misplaced ideas found, grammatical
use of grammar and use of grammar and as well as effective and mechanical
mechanics mechanics but with use of grammar and errors found
some occasional mechanics with impede effective
errors some errors but communication
meaning is not meaning
impeded
Content accuracy All information to Almost all Some information There are several
support the main information to to support the main inaccuracies in the
thesis is accurate support the main thesis is accurate information to
and requirements thesis is accurate and requirements support the main
of the task have and requirements of the task are thesis is accurate
been met of the task are adequate and requirements
adequate of the task are
inadequate
Style/Language use Observes effective Observes effective Observes effective Observes
complex/ simple complex/ simple complex/ simple dependence on
constructions constructions in constructions in simple
throughout the majority of the certain sections of constructions
piece and adheres piece with few the piece with few throughout the
to the language minor lapses in minor lapses in piece, several
demands of the some sentences, some sentences, lapses in
projected audience and generally and generally senetences and
adheres to the adheres to the generally does not
language demands language demands address the
of the projected of the projected demands of the
audience audience projected audience
Organization All paragraphs and Occasional lapses Choppy No logical
sentences are in logical constructions and structuring of ideas
logically structured structureing of loose logical is observed in the
and employs ideas in paragraphs structuring of ideas work
appropriate and sentences in paragraphs and
transitional devices sentences
and signposting
strategies
Mechanics and Punctuation and Few lapses in Some lapses in Major lapses in
grammar mechanics are punctuation and punctuation and punctuation and
adequately mechanics are mechanics are mechanics are
employed observed but do not observed and cause observed and
cause problems in misunderstanding impede
understanding the in certain sections understanding of
text of the text the text
A.Y. 2018-2019
Performance Task in EAPP
First Quarter
Critique of the event or object

G-oal To write an 800-1000 word critique of an event or object relevant to your area
of specialization. The critique should provide not only essential features of the
aforementioned topics but a balanced evaluation as well
R-ole An expert that has an experience in attending the event or using a gadget
A-udience People interested in the event or object and have general knowledge of the
topic
S-ituation Similar to journalistic writing pieces in magazines, the critique should be
framed for the purpose of providing information for those interested in the
event or gadget
P-roduct The critique needs to be developed for the purpose of informing the audience
as regards the salient features of the event or gadget. It should present a
balanced evaluation of the topic and specifically highlight the positive features
as well as those that require improvement. Lastly, the critiques hould also note
possible caveats or required knowledge to fullu appreciate the event or gadget
S-tandards for Success The critique should contain:
- salient features of the event or gadget
- strengths and weaknesses of the event or gadget
- possible caveats and knowledge needed to fully appreciate the event or
gadget

Rubric for Critique Paper

Category 4=100% 3=85% 2=75% 1=50%


Producing an The student can The student can The student can The student cannot
objective effecttively satisfactorily fairly produce a produce a critique
assessment of an produce a critiques produce a critiques critiques borne out borne out of facts
object, person, borne out of facts borne out of facts of facts and is able and is able to get at
place, or event and is able to get at and is able to get at to get at least 51- least 50 % or below
least 86-100% of least 76-85% of the 75% of the items of the items
the items items
Producing a The student can The student can The student can The student can not
review/reaction effectively apply satisfactorily apply fairly apply apply different
paper different rhetorical different rhetorical different rhetorical rhetorical modes in
modes in the modes in the modes in the the critique
critique and is able critique and is able critique and is able and is able to get at
to get at least 86- to get at least 76- to get at least 51- least 50 % or below
100% of the items 85% of the items 75% of the items of the items

Critiquing designs The student can The student can The student can The student cannot
adequately produce satisfactorily fairly produce a produce a critique
a critique that produce a critique critique that creates that creates
creates opportunity that creates opportunity for opportunity for
for knowledge opportunity for knowledge knowledge
production knowledge production and is production and is
and is able to get production and is able to get at least able to get at least
at least 86-100% of able to get at least 51-75% of the 50 % or below of
the items 76-85% of the items the items
items
Critiquing graphic The student can The student can The student can The student cannot
design materials formulate critical satisfactorily fairly formulate formulate critical
questions in writing formulate critical critical questions in questions in writing
the critique and is questions in writing writing the critique critique and is able
able to get at least the critique and is and is able to get at to get at least 50 %
86-100% of the able to get at least least 51-75% of the or below of the
items 76-85% of the items items
items
Critique The requirements Almost all the The task fairly There are several
of the task are requirements of the meets the lapses (10 or more)
adequately met in task are adequately requirements set in the task in terms
terms of content, met with with several lapses/ of content,
organization, occassional errors/ errors (6-9) in organization,
language, and lapses in content, content, language, and
grammar and organization, organization, grammar and
mechanics language, and language, and mechanics
grammar and grammar and
mechanics mechanics
A.Y. 2018-2019
Performance Task in EAPP
Second Quarter

Concept Paper

G-oal To write a paper for oral presentation. The paper should delve on a concept’s
history, development, and impact in the students selected field of
specialization. Employing different rhetorical patterns, the concept paper
should provide a balanced definition of the term/ concept being discussed
R-ole An expert who is knowledgeable about the selected concept in the discipline
A-udience Fellow experts and readers interested in the concept
S-ituation Similar to writing an abstract/ precis, the concept paper should be fit for the
conventions of a national/ international presentation
P-roduct The concept paper to be developed needs to provide a balanced take on the
history, development, and impact of a concept in the student’s field of
specialization. It should be presented orally in a forum in order to disseminate
the salient features of the concept to a wider audience
S-tandards for Success The concept paper should contain:
- history, development, and impact of the concept in student’s field of
specialization
- employment of rhetorical patterns in actualizing the different aspects of the
concept
The oral presentation should:
- present the salient features of the concept
- use different visual aids in enriching the presentation
- address queries posed by the audience

Rubric for Concept Paper

Category 4=100% 3=85% 2=75% 1=50%


Preparing a concept The student can The student can The student can The student cannot
paper prepare an prepare a prepare a fair prepare aA concept
excellent concept satisfactory concept concept paper that paper that is
paper that is paper that is is relevant in one’s relevant in one’s
relevant in one’s relevant in one’s field of field of
field of field of specialization specialization
specialization and specialization and
is able to get at is able to get at
least 86-100% of least 76-85% of the
the items items
Applying rhetorical The student can The student can The student can The student cannot
modes in effecttively apply satisfactorily apply fairly apply apply different
presenting concepts different rhetorical different rhetorical different rhetorical rhetorical modes in
modes in modes in modes in elucidating on a
elucidating on a elucidating on a elucidating on a concept
concept and is able concept concept
to get at least 86-
100% of the items
Concept Paper The requirements Almost all the The concept paper There are several
of the concept requirements of the fairly meets the errors/lapses (10 or
paper are concept paper are requirements with more) in the
adequately met in adequately met several concept paper in
terms of content, with occassional errors/lapses (6-9) terms of content,
organization, errors/lapses (3-5) in content, organization,
language use and in content, organization, language use and
grammar/ organization, language use and grammar/
mechanics language use and grammar/ mechanics, and
grammar/ mechanics may require
mechanics rewriting
Content Accuracy All information to Almost all Some There are several
support the main information(3-5 information(6-10 inaccuracies (more
thesis of the inaccuracies) to inaccuracies) to than 10 are
concept paper is support the main support the main observed) in the
presented and thesis of the thesis of the information
effectively defines concept paper is concept paper is provided in the
the concept presented and presented and concept paper and
relevant in the effectively defines effectively defines the requirements of
student’s field of the concept the concept the task are
specialization relevant in the relevant in the inadequately met
student’s field of student’s field of
specialization specialization
Total 16
A.Y. 2018-2019
Performance Task in EAPP
Second Quarter

Position Paper

G-oal To write a position paper for oral presentation. The paper should delve on an
issue of importance in the student’s area of specialization or in the community.
Employing different rhetorical patterns, the position paper should provide a
rich description of the context of the issue, relevant claims, and credible
evidence. Further, the position paper should provide congruent solutions to
address the issue,
R-ole An member of community interested in addressing an important issue in the
community of the student’s field of specialization
A-udience Community meners who will be affected by the issue addressed in the position
paper.
S-ituation The issue is a relevant problem in the student’s community that needs to be
addressed by critically examining the different claims/ sides of the issue as
well as the evidence needed to strengthen a particular side of the issue
P-roduct The position paper to be developed needs to provide a balanced take on the
claims and ecidence concerning an issue relevant in the student’s comminity or
foeld of specialization. In addition, the paper should be orally presented in a
forum in order to disseminate the salient features of the issue to a wider
audience.
S-tandards for Success The position paper should contain:
- the context of the issue, the author’s stand as well as claims
- the counterclaims of the opponent and claims in the evidence
- measures to address the issues
The oral presentation should:
- present the salient features of the issue
- use different visual aids in enriching the presentation
- address queries posed by the audience

Rubric for Position Paper

Category 4=100% 3=85% 2=75% 1=50%


EU1 Position The student has an
The student has a The student has a The student does not
paper employs exceptional good fair understanding demonstrate
argumentative understanding of
understanding of of EU1 and can understanding of EU1
rhetoric which is EU1 and can
EU1 and can prepare a position and cannot prepare a
expected in prepare a position
prepare a position paper that position paper that
academic paper that
paper that effectively employs
discussions effectively employs
effectively employs argumentative rhetoric
argumentative employs argumentative
rhetoric argumentative rhetoric
rhetoric
EU2 Position The student has an The student has a The student has a The student does not
paper draws exceptional good fair understanding demonstrate
from issues understanding of understanding of of EU2 and writes understanding of EU2
which entail EU2 and writes a EU2 and writes a a position paper and cannot write a
debate among position paper that position paper that that effectively position paper that
credible effectively elicits effectively elicits elicits debate on a elicits debate on a
supporters from debate on a debate on a controversial controversial issues.
different sides of controversial issues. controversial issues.
the issue issues.
EU3 Position The student has an The student has a The student has a The student does not
paper plays a exceptional good fair understanding demonstrate
part in understanding of understanding of of EU3 and understanding of EU3
promoting EU3 and prepares a EU3 and prepares prepares a position and prepares a
reforms in position paper that a position paper paper that position paper that
community promotes reform in that promotes promotes reform in promotes reform in
the society. reform in the the society. the society.
society.
Content The position paper The position paper The position paper The position paper
Accuracy expresses a strong expresses a expresses a fair unclearly expresses a
stand concerning an satisfactory stand stand concerning stand concerning an
issue worthy of concerning an an issue worthy of issue worthy of
debate. Claims issue worthy of debate. Claims debate. Few claims
made are all debate. Almost all made are all are not only
supported with claims made are supported with few problematic but are
credible evidence. all supported with credible evidence. weakly supported with
credible evidence. credible evidence.
Style/ Language Observes effective Observes effective Observes effective Observes dependence
Use complex/simple complex/simple complex/simple on simple
constructions constructions in constructions in constructions in
throughout the piece majority of the certain sections of throughout the piece,
and adheres to the piece with few the piece with few several lapses in
language demands minor lapses in minor lapses in sentences, and
of the projected some sentences several sentences generally does not
audience. and generally and generally address the demands
adheres to the adheres to the of the projected
language demands language demands audience.
of the projected of the projected
audience. audience.
Organization All paragraphs and Occasional lapses Frequent lapses in No logical structuring
sentences are in logical constructions and of ideas is observed in
logically structured structuring of loose logical the work.
and employs ideas in structuring of ideas
appropriate paragraphs and in paragraphs and
transitional devices sentences. sentences.
and signposting
strategies.
Mechanics & Punctuation and Few lapses in Some lapses in Major lapses in
Grammar mechanics are punctuation and punctuation and punctuation and
adequately mechanics are mechanics are mechanics are
employed. observed but does observed and observed and impedes
not affect in causes understanding of the
understanding the misunderstanding text.
text. in certain sections
of the text.
Total 28
Oral Defence Checklist

Content
Does the student appropriately and effectively exhibit or use the following:
Components Yes (2) Sometimes (1) No (0) Total
Accurately answer questions
Clarifies concerns from the written document or
oral presentation
Demonstrates knowledge of the content area
Effectively employs argumentative rhetoric
Total /8

Presentation and delivery: Oral components


Does the student appropriately and effectively exhibit or use the following:
Components Yes (2) Sometimes (1) No (0) Total
Eye contact
Facial expressions
Gestures/movement
Appropriate word choice
Proper pronunciation
Vocal variety
Self-confidence
Professionalism
Enthusiasm
Timing/pace
Total /20

Presentation and delivery: Visual components


(Power point slides, handouts etc.)
Components Yes (2) Sometimes (1) No (0) Total
Well organized
Clear and readable
Free of mechanical and
grammatical errors
Relevant and meaningful
Appropriately cited
Enhance overall presentation
Total /12

Overall total:___/40

Prepared by:
Genesis C. Aguilar

Noted by:
Mr. Eusebio M. Basas

Approved by:
Ms. Grace G. Vargas
Principal