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SCIENCE PRACTICAL

WORK ASSESMENT
( PEKA )-UPSR

REPORT BOOK
NAME

YEAR SCHOOL CLASS TEACHER NAME


INTRODUCTION

The UPSR Science Practical Work Assessment ( UPSR PEKA )


is a school based assessment that is implemented at school
level as part of teaching and learning process. UPSR PEKA
assessment guide contains information on the objectives ,
characteristic and organization of UPSR PEKA. It also outlines
the procedures to assess the pupils practical work as
guidelines to teacher as assessors and users of PEKA to carry
out the assessment in a coordinated manner.

OBJECTIVES OF UPSR PEKA

The objectivesin conducting UPSR PEKA is to enable the pupils


to:
 Master the scientific skills
-Science Process Skills
-Science Manipulative Skills
 Strenghten the knowledge and understanding on the
theories and concepts in science
 Inculcate the scientific attitudes and noble values
CONSTRUCT, SCORE AND CRITERIA
(PERFORMANCE INDICATORS) FOR PEKA

ELEMENT 1: SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS ( SPS )


CONSTRUCT SCORE CRITERIA
SPS 1 4 C1-State the properties of objects and situations
Observing correctly using any of the five senses
C2-State the properties of objects and situations
correctly using appropriate tools to assist senses
C3-State the properties of objects and situations
based on the sequences occured
3 C1 and C2
2 C1 or C2
1 C1 or C2 ( With guidance )
SPS 2 4 C1-Grouping objects or events in order into
Classifying categories based on one common property or
criteria
C2-State the differences and similarities of the
physicals properties or criteria
C3-State the common properties or criteria used
in each step of classification
C4-Grouping objects or events in order into
categories based on properties or criteria until
the final step or the higher level
3 C1, C2 and C3
2 C1 and C2
1 C1 and C2 with guidance
SPS 3 4 C1-Use the correct apparatus to measure
Measuring and quantities e.g length, volume, mass,
using numbers time,temperature and speed
C2-Record reading using numbers and correct
standard unit ( SI )
C3-Record reading accurately
C4-State the increase and decrease in a reading
3 C1,C2 and C3
2 C1 and C2
1 C1 and C2 with guidance
SPS 4 4 C1-Record data or information from an
Communicating investigation
C2-Present data or information using appropriate
drawing,table or graph
C3-Explain ideas ( Oral or written )
C4-Write experimental report systematically
( with or without guidance )
3 C1,C2 and C3
2 C1 and C2
1 C1 with guidance
SPS 5 4 C1-Arrange accurance of phenomenan or events
Using Space – chronologically
Time C2-State the relationship between the distance
Relationship travelled and the time taken
C3-State the quantity of changes based on the
rate of changes
C4-Explain changes in location,size,shape and
direction with time
3 C1, C2 and C3
2 C1 and C2
1 C1 and C2 with guidance
SPS 6 4 C1-State concepts by describing what should be
Defining observed
operationally C2-State concepts by describing what should be
done
C3-State variables by describing what should be
observed
C4-State variables by describing what should be
done
3 C1 and C2 or C3 and C4
2 C1 and C2
1 C1 or C2 with guidance
SPS 7 6 C1-State the hypothesis ( relationship between
Experimenting what to change and what to measure )
C2-State the variables i.e what to change ,what to
measure and what to keep constant in an
experiment
C3-Identify the apparatus in an experiment
C4-State the steps in an experiment ( Oral or
Written )
C5-Carry out an experiment to test the
hypothesis by controlling variables in a
coordinated manner
C6-Present the result in the form of drawing,
table, graph or other means
5 C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5
4 C1, C2, C3 and C4
3 C1 ,C2 and C3
2 Any two criteria
( C1, C2, C3 )
1 C1 or C2 or C3
With guidance

ELEMENT 2: SCIENCE MANIPULATIVE SKILLS ( SMS )


CONSTRUCT SCORE CRITERIA
SMS 1 4 C1-Use at least 5 apparatus correctly and
Use and handle carefully
science C2-Handle apparatus and subtances correctly and
apparatus and carefully
subtances C3-Set up the apparatus or prepare the subtances
in an orderly manner
C4-Carry out the experiment following the
correct procedures
3 C1, C2 and C3
2 C1 and C2
1 C1 with guidance
SMS 2 4 C1-Handle living specimens correctly and carefully
Handle living C2-Handle non-living specimens correctly and
and non-living carefully
specimens C3-Caring for living specimens
C4-Use non-living specimens without waste
3 C1, C2 and either C3 or C4
2 C1 and C2
1 C1 or C2 with guidance