“ Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation” [CCE] As per GR PRI/2010/(136/10)/PS-5 dated 20 th August 2010
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FORMATIVE AND SUMMATIVE EVALUATION INDICATORS FORMATIVE SUMMATIVE Goal The goal of formative assessment is to improve The goal of summative assessment is to prove Purpose To enhance learning To make judgements about students’ performance Relation to instruction Occurs during instruction Occurs after instruction Frequency Occurs on a continuous basis (daily) Occurs at a particular point of time to determine what students know Role To improve learning allows teachers to make decisions and monitor their instructions based on students’ performance To predict & judge students’ performance, give grades and determine if the content being taught was retained
INDICATORS FORMATIVE SUMMATIVE Role of students Active involvement Passive Involvement Examples Observations, interviews, evidence from work samples, etc Common assessments like tests and exams Design Designed to adjust teaching and learning while they are still occurring Designed to provide information about the amount of learning that has occurred at a particular time Means of testing Quiz, interviews, conversations, visual and oral testing, projects, practicals and assignments, etc. Assessment in the form of pen-paper test mostly Evaluation Done to improve or change a program while it is in progress Focuses on the results or outcomes of a program Grading Scored but not graded Graded
CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION Stds. I to VIII Proforma - 1 (A) Languages/Maths/EVS/Gen Science/ Soc. Science FIRST/SECOND SEMESTER Class Formative Evaluation (A) Summative Evaluation (B) Grand Total (A+B) Day to day Observation, Oral work, Practical/Experiment, Activity, Project, Test/Open book, Home/class work, Others Theory Oral/Practical I & II 70 20 10 100 III & IV 60 30 10 100 V & VI 50 40 10 100 VII & VIII 40 50 10 100 (B) Art & Craft, Work Experience & Physical Education and Health FIRST/SECOND SEMESTER Class Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation Grand Total Day to day Observation, Oral work, Practical/Experiments, Activities, Project, Test/Open book, Home/class work, Others I to VIII 100 0 100
CLASS WRITTEN ORALS /PRACTICALS STD I & II 20 10 STD III & IV 30 10 STD V & VI 40 10 STD VII & VIII 50 10
CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION YEARLY PLANNING OF SYLLABUS AND EVALUATION Proforma - 3 (2010-2011) Class: _________ Teacher: _______________ Subject: _____________ Month Topic (No. & Name) Teaching Aids to be used Evaluation tools & weightage Objectives of the Topic Objectives of the subject After the completion of this topic, the child should be able to ……….
CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION WEIGHTAGE FOR QUESTION TYPES IN SUMMATIVE EVALUATION Class Theory+orals/pract. Subjects Weightage of Question types for theory I & II 20+10 Languages, Maths, E.V.S 70% Objective(14marks) + 30% Short Answer(6marks) III & IV 30+10 Languages, Maths, E.V.S, Soc. Science 40 % Objective(12marks) + 50 % Short answer(15marks) + 10% Long answers(3marks) V & VI 40+10 Languages, Maths, Gen. Sc., Soc. Science 20 % Objective(8marks) + 60 % Short answer (24marks)+ 20 % Long answer(8marks) VII & VIII 50+10 Languages, Maths, Gen. Sc., Soc. Science 20 % Objective(10marks) + 60 % Short answer(30marks) + 20 % Long answer(10marks)