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• PERINGKAT SEKOLAH * PELAPORAN BSI & BSK * PENYATAAN KEPUTUSAN (TAHUN 6 SAHAJA) • PERINGKAT LPM * SLIP PENYATAAN KEPUTUSAN (TAHUN 6 SAHAJA)

PENYATAAN KEPUTUSAN
KOD PENCAPAIAN TAHAP PENCAPAIAN
BOLEH MENGGUNAKAN KEMAHIRAN DENGAN CEMERLANG SERTA MENGAMALKAN SIKAP SAINTIFIK DALAM MELAKUKAN PENYIASATAN UNTUK MENYELSAIKAN MASALAH BOLEH MENGGUNAKAN KEMAHIRAN SAINTIFIK DALAM MELAKUKAN PENYIASATAN UNTUK MENYELSAIKAN MASALAH BOLEH MENGGUNAKAN KEMAHIRAN SAINTIFIK DENGAN BIMBINGAN GURU SERTA MENGAMALKAN SIKAP SAINTIFIK DALAM MELAKUKAN PENYIASATAN UNTUK SELESAI MASALAH BOLEH MENGGUNAKAN KEMAHIRAN SAINTIFIK DENGAN BANTUAN GURU DALAM MELAKUKAN PENYIASATAN

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JADUAL KERJA PENGURUSAN & PENGUMPULAN SKOR PEKA SAINS
BIL. 1. PERKARA PELAKSANAAN PEKA SAINS; TAHUN 3,4 & 5 TAHUN 6 MELENGKAPKAN (FINAL INDIVIDUAL SCORE) (MASTER SCORE FORM) TAHUN 3,4 & 5 TAHUN 6 TARIKH TINDAKAN SEKOLAH FEB-NOV FEB – 31 JULAI SEKOLAH

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OKT-NOV OGOS

JADUAL KERJA PENGURUSAN & PENGUMPULAN SKOR PEKA SAINS (UNTUK TAHUN 6 SAHAJA)
BIL. PERKARA TARIKH TINDAKAN

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KEMASUKAN MARKAH KE DALAM APLIKASI
SERAHAN DISKET & CETAKAN MARKAH KE PPD/PPG SERAHAN DISKET & CETAKAN MARKAH KE JPN SERAHAN DISKET & CETAKAN MARKAH KE LPM

1-5 OGOS
7-8 OGOS

SEKOLAH
SEKOLAH

9-10 OGOS

PPD/PPG

22-24 OGOS

JPN

* TARIKH TERTAKLUK KEPADA PINDAAN SEMASA

TIME FRAME
Year Year Assessment 3-5 To update Individual Score Form Assessment To update Individual Score Form and Final Individual Score Form To complete Master Score Form Key-in score (by SUP) 6 Send diskette and printed score sheet to PPD Send diskette and printed score sheet to JPN Send diskette and printed score sheet to LPM Date Feb.-Oct Nov Feb. – 31 Jul. 1 August

2 August 3-5 August
7-8 August 9-10 August 22- 24 August

Construct

Criteria

Scoring Scheme

Observing (SPS 1) Memerhati (KPS 1)
C1 State the properties of objects and situations using 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 honestly C4 State the properties of objects and situations based on the sequences occurred C1 + C2 + C3 + C4 - 4 C1 + C2 + C3 - 3 C1 + C2 - 2 C1 with guidance - 1

K1 Menyatakan pemerhatian menggunakan kelima-lima deria yang berlainan K2 Menyatakan pemerhatian terperinci menggunakan alat bagi membantu deria K3 Menyatakan pemerhatian K1 dan K2 dengan jujur K4 Menyatakan perubahan pemerhatian mengikut ketertibannya
K1 + K2 + K3 + K4 K1 + K2 + K3 K1 + K2 K1 dengan bimbingan guru - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1

Communicating (SPS 4) Berkomunikasi (KPS 4)
C1 Record information from an investigation C2 Present data or information using appropriate drawing, table or graph C3 Write experimental report C4 Explain ideas (oral or written) systematically C1 + C2 + C3 + C4 C1 + C2 + C3 C1 + C2 C1 with guidance - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1

K1 Merekod maklumat daripada kajian K2 Mempersembahkan data atau maklumat dalam bentuk lukisan, jadual dan carta palang K3 Menulis laporan eksperimen K4 Menghuraikan idea dengan sistematik
K1 + K2 + K3 + K4 - 4 K1 + K2 + K3 - 3 K1 + K2 - 2 K1 dengan bimbingan guru - 1

Using Space-Time Relationship (SPS 5) Menggunakan Perhubungan Ruang dan Masa (KPS 5)

C1 Explain changes in location, size, shape and direction, with time C2 State the relationship between the distance travelled and the time taken C3 State the quantity of changes based on the rate of changes C4 Arrange occurance of phenomenon or events chronologically C1 + C2 + C3 + C4 - 4 C1 + C2 + C3 - 3 C1 + C2 - 2 C1 + C2 with guidance - 1

K1 Menghuraikan perubahan saiz, bentuk dan arah, dengan masa K2 Menyatakan perkaitan antara jarak yang dilalui dengan masa untuk objek bergerak K3 Menyatakan perubahan kuantiti yang berlaku berdasarkan kadar perubahan kuantiti K4 Menyusun kejadian atau peristiwa mengikut kronologi
K1 + K2 + K3 + K4 - (7 – 8) K1 + K2 + K3 - (5 – 6) K1 + K2 - (3 – 4) K1 + K2 dengan bimbingan guru - (1 – 2)

Defining Operationally (SPS 6) Mendefinisi Secara Operasi (KPS 6)

C1 Define concepts by describing what should be observed C2 Define concepts by describing what should be done C3 Define variables by describing what should be observed C4 Define variables by describing what should be done C1 + C2 + C3 + C4 - 4 C1 + C2 or C3 + C4 - 3 C1 + C3 - 2 C1 or C3 with guidance - 1

K1 Menyatakan takrifan tentang konsep berdasarkan apa yang diperhatikan K2 Menyatakan takrifan tentang konsep berdasarkan apa yang dilakukan K3 Menyatakan takrifan tentang pembolehubah berdasarkan apa yang diperhatikan K4 Menyatakan takrifan tentang pembolehubah berdasarkan apa yang dilakukan
K1 + K2 + K3 + K4 - (7 – 8) K1 + K2 + K3 - (5 – 6) K1 + K2 - (3 – 4) K1 + K2 dengan bimbingan guru - (1 – 2)

Use and handle science apparatus and substances (SMS 1) Menggunakan dan mengendalikan peralatan sains dan bahan sains dengan betul (KMS 1)

C1 Use at least 5 apparatus correctly C2 Handle apparatus and substances correctly C3 Set up the apparatus or prepare the substances correctly C4 Carry out the experiment following the correct procedures C1 + C2 + C3 + C4 C1 + C2 + C3 C1 + C2 C1 with guidance - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1

K1 Menggunakan lima peralatan sains dengan betul K2 Mengendalikan peralatan sains dan bahan sains dengan betul K3 Menyusun peralatan sains dan bahan sains atau menyediakan susunan radas dengan teratur K4 Menjalankan eksperimen mengikut prosedur yang memerlukan pengawalan manipulasi yang tinggi
K1 + K2 + K3 + K4 - (10 – 12) K1 + K2 + K3 - (7 – 9) K1 + K2 - (4 – 6) K1 dengan bimbingan guru - (1 – 3)

Science Process Skills (SPS) Kemahiran Proses Sains (KPS)
• Observing (4) • Classifying (4) • Measuring and Using Numbers (4) • Communicating (4) • Using Space-Time Relationship (4) • Defining Operationally (4) • Experimenting (6)

• Memerhati (4) • Mengelas (4) • Mengukur dan menggunakan nombor (4) • Berkomunikasi (8) • Menggunakan perhubungan ruang dan masa (8) • Mendefinisi secara operasi (8) • Mengeksperimen (16)
JUMLAH : 52

TOTAL : 30

Science Manipulative Skills (SMS) Kemahiran Manipulasi Sains (KMS)
• • • Use and handle science apparatus and substances (4) Handle living and non-living specimens (4) Draw specimen, apparatus and substances (4) Clean apparatus (4) Store apparatus and substances (4) TOTAL : 20


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Menggunakan dan mengendalikan peralatan sains dan bahan sains dengan betul (12) Mengendalikan spesimen hidup dan spesimen bukan hidup dengan betul dan cermat (8) Melukis spesimen, peralatan sains dan bahan sains dengan tepat dan kadar yang betul (8) Membersih peralatan sains dengan cara yang betul (4) Menyimpan peralatan sains dan bahan sains dengan betul dan selamat (4)
JUMLAH : 36

Learning Area (SCORE)
o Element 1 Science Process Skills (SPS) 30 (52) Element 2 Science Manipulative Skills (SMS) 20 (36) 50 (88)

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Scoring Procedure
• Individual Score Form (ISF) Tick the highest score Write the highest score

Managing ISF
• Used by teachers / assessors and moderators • Two copies
a) original copy – kept by teacher / assessor b) second copy – kept in pupil’s portfolio

• Certified by the school headmaster

Reporting Procedure

School Report

• Certificate issued by the school Certificate shows the grade awarded for each construct

Reporting Procedure

Master Score Form


At the end of the assessment period Submit to Lembaga Peperiksaan

OBJECTIVES
To enable pupils to: • Master the Scientific Skills which includes; - Science Process Skills (SPS) - Science Manipulative Skills (SMS) • Strengthen the knowledge and understanding on the theories and concepts in science. • Inculcate the Scientific Attitudes and Noble Values

INSTRUMENTS
• Practical work and report • Field trip • Class-room activities(eg. simulation, role play) • Folio • Project • Scrap book • Check-list • Models

• Assessment should be formative and continuous. • Pupils are encouraged to acquire knowledge and experience all the time • Pupils are given opportunity to improve their work and the score that they obtained • Evidence produced by the pupils should be kept for the purpose of coordination.

SCORE
The maximum total score = 50 i.e 30 marks for SPS 20 marks for SMS Scores are awarded according to the Scoring scheme.

METHOD FOR ASSESSMENT
• Carried out as part of Teaching and Learning process. • Teachers can assess either one construct/skill or several constructs/skills at one time. • Pupils can be assessed either individually, a small group, or the whole class. • Scientific Attitudes and Novel Values should be assessed simultaneously with other skills.

METHOD FOR ASSESSMENT
• Teachers assess, award and record the score based on the evidence presented by the pupils. • Pupils must summit or show a complete evidence. • Pupils who have not mastered any assessed construct, are able to repeat it in another assignment. • Teachers must plan enough assignments to ensure that all the constructs have been assessed.

METHOD FOR ASSESSMENT
• Pupils should be given adequate chances to master the required skills before the assessment is made. • The skills that have been mastered by the pupils in the earlier Year, need not necessarily be assessed again in the later Year, unless it involved a higher level. • The assessment should be carried out at least two times in each year.

TIME FRAME
Year 3-5 Year Date

Assessment To update Individual Score Form Assessment
To update Individual Score Form and Final Individual Score Form

Feb.-Oct Nov Feb. – 31 Jul. 1 August 2 August 3-5 August 7-8 August 9-10 August

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To complete Master Score Form Key-in score (by SUP)

Send diskette and printed score sheet to PPD Send diskette and printed score sheet to JPN

DOCUMENTS
• Manual Pengurusan Pentaksiran PEKA Sains UPSR • Science Practical Work Assessment (PEKA): Assessment Guide • Science Practical Work Assessment (PEKA) : Report Book

ACTIVITY CODE
Based on the Science Curriculum Specification (KBSR), the activity code refers to:

Year/Theme/Learning Objective/Learning
Outcomes

eg.

3/1/1.2/1

SPS 1 : OBSERVING: Observing involves the sense of sight, hearing, smell, touch and
taste to collect information of an object and phenomenon. Sometimes, observing also involves quantitative measurement. Observing is part of an investigation process which has specific aim.

SCORE
Interaction among plant 6/1/2.1/2.12

CRITERIA C1

REMARK

- State the properties of objects and situations Suggested correctly using any of the five senses. Activity: - State the properties of objects and situations correctly using appropriate tools to assist the senses. - State the properties of objects and situations based on the sequences occurred. - C1and C2 Field trip Experiment Project eg. 3/1/1.1/4 3/1/1.2/1 3/1/2.1/4 3/2/6.1/1 4/1/3.2/1&2 4/1/3.4/1&2 4/1/3.5/2&5 5/1/1.1/3 6/1/1.1/1-6 6/1/1.2/1

C2

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C3

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- C1 or C2
- C1 or C2 (with teachers’ guidance)

SPS 2 : CLASSIFYING: Observing and identifying the similarities and differences between objects or phenomena and group them according to common characteristics.
SCORE
C1
Differentiate canning & pickling

CRITERIA
- Grouping objects or events in order into categories based on one common property or criteria. - State the differences and similarities of the physical properties or criteria. - State the common properties or criteria used in each step of classification. - Grouping objects or events in order into categories based on properties or criteria until the final step or the higher level. - C1, C2 and C3 - C1 and C2 - C1 with teachers’ guidance.

REMARK
eg. 3/1/1.1/1 3/1/1.3/1 3/1/2.3/1 3/2/1.3/1 3/2/4.1/1 4/1/2.3/9 4/3/1.1/1&11 5/1/2.2/1 5/3/1.1/1 6/1/3.1/2 6/3/1.2/2 6/3/2/2.1/1

C2

24.3.08 4 6/3/1.3/1.3.1

C3

C4

3 2 1

SPS 3 : MEASURING AND USING NUMBERS : Make quantitative observation using tools with standard unit. Measurement will make a certain observation more precise.

SCORE

CRITERIA

REMARK

C1

- Use the correct apparatus to measure quantities eg. Length, volume, mass, time , temperature and Draw apparatus speed used
- Record readings using numbers and correct standard unit (SI). - Record readings accurately.Draw graph/table growth of plant - State the increase and decrease in a reading. - C1, C2 and C3 - C1 and C2 - C1 and C2 with teachers’ guidance.

Interaction among plant

C2

4 1.2.08 6/1/2.1/2.1.2 3 2 1

C3 C4

eg. 4/2/1.1/3-4 4/2/1.2/3 4/2/1.4/4&5 4/2/1.5/3&4 4/2/1.6/4&5 5/2/4.1/3 6/2/2.1/1&2

SPS 4 : COMMUNICATING: To present ideas in various forms such as orally, written, graph, diagram, model or table. It also involves the skill to listen to other person’s idea and to response to it.
SCORE C1 C2 CRITERIA - Record data or information from an investigation. - Present data or information using appropriate drawings, table or graph. - Explain ideas (oral or written). REMARK 4/1/1.2/3 4/3/1.6/2 5/2/4.1/5 5/3/1.3/1 6/1/1.2/2 6/4/1.1/3
Friction (6/2/1.3/1.3.2)

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C3

C4

- Write experimental report systemically (with or without guidance)
- C1, C2 and C3

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- C1 and C2
- C1 with teachers’ guidance.

SPS 5 : USING SPACE - TIME RELATIONSHIP : A process to explain or to show the changes in location, direction, shape and size of an object with time.

SCORE
C1

CRITERIA
- Arrange occurrence of phenomenon or events chronologically.

NOTES
5/2/3.1/4 5/4/2.1/2 6/4/1.1/3 6/4/1.2/2

C2

- State the relationship between the distance travelled and the time taken.
- State the quantity of changes based on the rate of changes. - Explain changes in location, size, shape and direction, with time. - C1, C2 and C3

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C3

C4

Speed(6/2/2. 1/2.1.4) Speed(6/2/2. 1/2.1.4)

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- C1 and C2
- C1 and C2 with teachers’ guidance.

SPS 6 : DEFINING OPERATIONALLY :

SCORE
C1

CRITERIA
- State concepts by describing what should be observed.

REMARK
5/3/2.1/1 6/1/1.2/2 6/2/1.3/7 6/3/1.2/2 6/5/1.2/2
Food spoilage(1.1 /1.1.3)

C2

- State concepts by describing what should be done.
- State variables by describing what should be observed. - State variables by describing what should be done. - C1, C2 and either C3 or C4

4

C3

C4

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2
1

- C1 and C2
- C1 or C2 with teachers’ guidance.

SPS 7 : DESIGNING A FAIR TEST/EXPERIMENTING

SCORE C1

CRITERIA - State the hypothesis (relationship between what to change and what to observe). - State the variables ie. what to change, what to observe and what to keep the same, in an experiment. - Identify the apparatus in an experiment. - State the steps in an experiment (oral or written). - Carry out an experiment to test the hypothesis by controlling variables in a coordinate manner. - Present the result in the form of drawings, table, graph or other means.

REMARK eg. 5/2/2.2/6 5/2/3.1/4 5/2/4.1/1 5/3/2.1/3 6/2/1.3/8 6/2/2.1/1
Speed(6/2/2. 1/2.1.4)

C2

C3 6 C4 C5

C6

SPS 7 : DESIGNING A FAIR TEST/EXPERIMENTING

SCORE 5 4 3 2

CRITERIA - C1, C2, C3, C4, and C5 - C1, C2, C3, and C4 - C1, C2, and C3 - Any two criteria (C1, C2, C3)
Speed(6/2/2. 1/2.1.4)

REMARK

1

- C1 or C2 or C3 with teachers’ guidance

SMS 1 : USE AND HANDLE SCIENCE APPARATUS AND SUBSTANCES

SCORE
C1

CRITERIA
- Use at least five science apparatus correctly and carefully.

REMARK
Example Use ruler, hand lens, measuring cylinder, microscope, thermomet er, Bunsen burner, stop watch, test tube, stethoscope and retort stand Note: SPS and SMS can be carried together

Food spoilage(1.1 /1.1.3)

C2

- Handle apparatus and substances correctly and carefully.
- Set up the apparatus or prepare the substances in an orderly manner. - Carry out the experiment following the correct procedure. - C1, C2 and C3

4

C3

C4

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2
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- C1 and C2
- C1 with teachers’ guidance.

SMS 2 : HANDLE LIVING AND NON LIVING SPECIMENS

SCORE
6/1/2.1/2.12 Interaction among plant

CRITERIA
C1 C2 - Handle living specimens correctly and carefully.

REMARK

4

C3 C4

3 2 1

Example; Living specimen - Handle non-living specimens correctly and i) Young carefully. InteractionPlants among ii) Insects - Care for living specimens. 6/1/2.1/2.12 plant Nonliving - Use non-living specimens without waste. specimen i) stick ii) water - C1, C2 and either C3 or C4 iii) stone iv) soil - C1 and C2

- C1 or C2 with teachers’ guidance.

SMS 3 : DRAW SPECIMENS, SCIENCE APPARUTUS AND SUBSTANCES

SCORE
C1 C2 4 C3 C4 3 2 1

CRITERIA
- Draw neatly. - Label drawings correctly. - Draw what is observed. - Draw using correct scales. - C1, C2 and C3 - C1 and C2 - C1 with teachers’ guidance.
Food spoilage(1.1 /1.1.3)

REMARK
Assessed after carrying out an experiment ( fair test). Holistic and continuous assessment.

SMS 4 : CLEAN APPARATUS

SCORE
C1 C2 4 3 C3

CRITERIA
- Clean apparatus using the correct method. - Dispose waste using the correct method. - Clean apparatus (frequently). - C1, C2 Clean apparatus (sometimes). - C1 and C2 Clean apparatus (rarely). - C1 and C2 with teachers’ guidance.

Food spoilage(1.1 Assessed /1.1.3)

REMARK

after carrying out an experiment ( fair test). Holistic and continuous assessment.

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SMS 5 : STORE SCIENCE APPARATUS AND SUBSTANCES

SCORE
C1 4

CRITERIA
- Store apparatus and substances correctly and safely.
Food spoilage(1.1 /1.1.3)

REMARK
Assessed after carrying out an experiment ( fair test). Holistic and continuous assessment.

C2

- Store apparatus and substances correctly and safely (frequently).
- C1 and Store apparatus and substances (sometimes). - C1 and Store apparatus and substances (rarely). - C1 with teachers’ guidance.

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SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT ( PEKA ) – UPSR INDIVIDUAL SCORE FORM - YEAR 5B SCHOOL : ………………………………… CLASS : ………………………..

NAME :………………………………………………………....
Da te Activit y code SPS 1 SPS 2 SPS 3 SPS4 SPS 5 SPS 6

SP 7

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10 .1. 07 5/1/1.1/ 1.1.4

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Highest Score

4

Date
10.1.07

Activity Code
5/1/1.1/1.1.4

SMS 1
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SMS 2
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SMS 3
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SMS 4
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SMS 5
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1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

Highest Score

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Evaluated by

Authorised

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT ( PEKA ) – UPSR INDIVIDUAL SCORE FORM - YEAR 6 B

SCHOOL : SK TAMAN PANGLIMA TAIPING,PERAK .NAME : NUR NADIA HIDAYU BT MD ALI
Date
1.2.08 5.2.08 Activity code 6/1/2.1/2.12 6/2/1.3/1.3.2 SPS 1 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 1 2 SPS 2 3 4 1 / 2 /

CLASS : 6 BENDAHARA
SPS 3 3 / 4 /

seed
friction
speed
Food spoilage

20.2.08
24.3.08 17.4.08

6/2/2.1/2.1.4
6/3/1.1/1.1.3 6/3/1.3/1.3.1 4 SPS 5 4 / / / / / / 4 4 / 4 / / 6 / / / / / / 1 2 3 4 1 SPS 6 2 3 4 1 2 / / 4 SPS 7 3 4 5 6 / / 4

pickling

Highest score SPS4 1 / 2 / 3 /

Date

Activity Code
6/1/2.1/2.1 2

SMS 1

SMS 2

SMS 3

SMS 4

SMS 5

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
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1.2.08 seed

24.3.08 6/3/1.1/1.1 .3 Food spoilage

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Highest score

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4

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3

Evaluated by

Authorised

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT (PEKA) – UPSR FINAL INDIVIDUAL SCORE FORM NAME: ………………………… CLASS: ………………………..

SPS 1
Maximum Score Highest Score

SPS 2

SPS 3

SPS 4

SPS 5

SPS 6

SPS 7

TOTAL SPS

4 4
SMS 1

4 4
SMS 2

4 4
SMS 3

4 4
SMS 4

4 4
SMS 5

4 4

6 6
TOTAL SMS

30 30

Maximum Score Highest Score

4

4

4

4

4

20

4

4

3
50

4

3

18

Total Score 48
Evaluated by

Authorised

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT ( PEKA ) –UPSR MASTER SCORE FORM ( MSF) SCHOOL STATE NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 SK TAMAN PANGLIMA, TAIPING PERAK NAME NUR NADIA HIDAYU BT MD ALI SPS 1 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 TOTAL 4 4 4 4 4 6 30

YEAR CENTRE CODE

6 BENDAHARA AG144 TOTAL SCORE FOR PEKA 48

SMS 1 2 3 4 5 4 4 3 4 3 TOTAL 18

SIGNATURE OF ASSESSOR …………………………………

SIGNATURE OF HEADMASTER ………………………………………

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT ( PEKA ) –UPSR INDVIDUAL SCORE FORM YEAR 3 SCHOOL:……………………………. NAMEL:……………………………. CLASS:………
Date Activity Code SPS 1 1 2 3 4 1 SPS 2 2 3 4

Highest Score Activity Code SMS 1 1 2 3 4 1 SMS 2 2 3 4 1 SMS 3 2 3 4 1 SMS 4 2 3 4 1 SMS 5 2 3 4

Date

Highest Score

Evaluated by ……………………….. ( )

Authorised by ……………………….. ( )

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT ( PEKA ) –UPSR INDVIDUAL SCORE FORM YEAR 4 SCHOOL:……………………………. NAMEL:……………………………. CLASS:………
Date Activity Code SPS 1 1 2 3 4 1 SPS 2 2 3 4 1 SPS 3 2 3 4 1 SPS 4 2 3 4

Highest Score Activity Code SMS 1 1 2 3 4 1 SMS 2 2 3 4 1 SMS 3 2 3 4 1 SMS 4 2 3 4 1 SMS 5 2 3 4

Date

Highest Score

Evaluated by ……………………….. ( )

Authorised by ……………………….. ( )

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT ( PEKA ) –UPSR INDVIDUAL SCORE FORM YEAR 5 SCHOOL:……………………………. NAMEL:……………………………. CLASS:………
Date Activity Code SPS 1 1 2 3 4 1 SPS 2 2 3 4 1 SPS 3 2 3 4 1 SPS 4 2 3 4 1 SPS 5 2 3 4 1 SPS 6 2 3 4 1 2 SPS 7 3 4 5 6

Highest Score Activity Code SMS 1 1 2 3 4 1 SMS 2 2 3 4 1 SMS 3 2 3 4 1 SMS 4 2 3 4 1 SMS 5 2 3 4

Date

Highest Score

Evaluated by ……………………….. ( )

Authorised by ……………………….. ( )

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT ( PEKA ) –UPSR INDVIDUAL SCORE FORM YEAR 6 SCHOOL:……………………………. NAMEL:……………………………. CLASS:………
Date Activity Code SPS 1 1 2 3 4 1 SPS 2 2 3 4 1 SPS 3 2 3 4 1 SPS 4 2 3 4 1 SPS 5 2 3 4 1 SPS 6 2 3 4 1 2 SPS 7 3 4 5 6

Highest Score Activity Code SMS 1 1 2 3 4 1 SMS 2 2 3 4 1 SMS 3 2 3 4 1 SMS 4 2 3 4 1 SMS 5 2 3 4

Date

Highest Score

Evaluated by ……………………….. ( )

Authorised by ……………………….. ( )

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT (PEKA) – UPSR FINAL INDIVIDUAL SCORE FORM

NAME: ………………………… CLASS: ………………………..

SPS 1 SPS2 SPS 3 SPS 4 SPS 5 SPS 6 SPS 7 Total SPS Maximum Score Highest Score 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 30

SMS 1 SMS2 SMS 3 SMS 4 SMS 5 Total SMS Maximum Score Highest Score 4 4 4 4 4 20

TOTAL SCORE
Evaluated by

50
Authorised by

SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT ( PEKA ) –UPSR MASTER SCORE FORM ( MSF) SCHOOL STATE
NO NAME 1 SPS 2 3 4 5 6 7 TOTAL 1

YEAR CENTRE CODE
SMS 2 3 4 5 TOTAL TOTAL SCORE FOR PEKA

SIGNATURE OF ASSESSOR …………………………………

SIGNATURE OF HEADMASTER ………………………………………

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