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GRADING SYSTEM for

ELEM. &SECONDARY

Presenter: John Philip Aballe


GUIDING
OBJECTIVES

At the End of the Report ,Students will be able to:

-Understand the Revised guidelines in grading Elementary


and Secondary Students.

-Reflect the importance of being guided in grading


elementary and Secondary Students.

- Practice computing grade with the use of the guidelines


learned.
REFERENCES:

DO 8, s. 2015 - Policy Guidelines on


Classroom Assessment for the K to
12 Basic Education Program
http://www.deped.gov.ph/orders/do-8-s-2015
http://www.deped.gov.ph/sites/default/files/order/
2015/DO_s2015_08.pdf
Teachers need to be clear about the
factors that should be considered
when grading students. This is to
avoid uncertainties and biases in the
grading process
-Lolita M. Andrada,(Grading
Performance p.03)
DO 8, s. 2015
Policy Guidelines on Classroom Assessment for the
K to 12 Basic Education Program (BEP)

Dated: April 1, 2015


Grading System
The K-12 Basic Education Program (BEP) uses a
standards-based and competency-based
grading system.
All grades will be based on the weighted score
of the learners summative assessments.
The minimum grade to pass a specific learning
area is 60, which transmuted to 75 in the
Report Card.
Grading System
The lowest mark that can appear on the Report
Card is 60 for Quarterly Grades and Final
Grades
Learners from Grades 1 to 12 are graded on
Written Work (WW), Performance Tasks(PT), and
Quarterly Assessment (QA) every quarter.
These three are given specific percentage
weights that vary according to the nature of the
learning area.
Components of
Summative Assessment
Written Work (WW)
Performance Tasks (PT)
Quarterly Assessment (QA)
Components of
Summative Assessment
Component s Purpose When given

Written 1. Assess learners At the end


Work understanding of of the topic
(WW) concepts and or unit
application of skills
2. Prepare learners for
quarterly
assessments
Components of
Summative Assessment
Components Purpose When given
Performance 1. Involve students in the
Tasks (PT) learning process At the end of a
2. Give students opportunities to lesson focusing
demonstrate and integrate on a topic/skill
their knowledge, lesson
understanding and skills
3. Give students the freedom to Several times
express their learning in during the
appropriate and diverse ways quarter
4. Encourage student inquiry,
integration of knowledge,
understanding, and skills in
various contexts
Components of
Summative Assessment

Components Purpose When given


Quarterly Synthesize all the Once, at
Assessment learning skills, concepts, the end of
(QA) and values learned in an the quarter
entire quarter
Grading System
How is learner progress recorded and
computed ?

The following table shows the step-by-step


way of computing the grades.
Practice by Example!!

A grade 4 ENGLISH student has the


following raw scores for the first grading
period. We are task to get her first
grading grade.
QUESTIONS &
CLARIFICATIONS
Lets give it a try:
Ambrosio Gidaugdaug Jr. , a grade three
student has the following scores on his
Science subject during the First Grading
Period. Compute for his First grading grade.
CRITERIA RAW SCOREs Highest Possible
Score
WRITTEN TASK 60 100
PERFORMANCE 100 150
TASK
QUARTERLY 30 60
ASSESSMENT
HOWHOW!!!!
CRITERIA RAW SCORE PERCENTAGE X INITIAL GRADE
TOTAL SCORE X 100 WEIGHTED %

WRITTEN 60 / 100 0.6 X 100 60 X 0.40 24 %


TASK

PERFORMAN 100 / 150 0.67 X 100 67 X 0.40 26.67 %


CE
TASK
QUARTERLY 30 / 50 0.6 X 100 60 X 0.20 10 %
ASSESSMENT

INITIAL GRADE = 60.67

FINAL GRADE : 75 %
Grading System
How are grades computed at the end of the
school year?
Lets Give it a try:
Crisanto Cabahug Jr. of ILOK Natl High School
obtained the following grades in his EPP subject
from First Grading- Third Grading period , 91%, 89
% and 90% respectively.
Compute for his EPP Final Grade , if he has the
following raw scores during the 4th Grading Period.
CRITERIA RAW SCORE Highest Possible Score

WRITTEN WORK 115 125

PERFORMANCE TASK 90 100

QUARTERLY EXAM 43 50
Learners Progress Report
DESCRIPTORS GRADING SCALE REMARKS
Outstanding 90 100 Passed
Very Satisfactory 85 89 Passed
Satisfactory 80 84 Passed
Fairly 75 79 Passed
Satisfactory
Did not meet Below 75 Failed
expectations
We both help our future
students achieve!

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