PLBS ( PEKA ) PENERANGAN DISAMPAIKAN OLEH: ABDUL HALIM BIN SULAIMAN KPKw SAINS PEKA DAERAH HULU SELANGOR ( SK BDR BARU BATANG KALI )
SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT (PeKA)
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
Practical work and report
Class-room activities(eg. simulation, role play)
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.
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.
Year Task Date
3-5 Assessment Feb.-Oct
To update Individual Score Form Nov
6 Assessment Feb. – 31 Jul.
To update Individual Score Form and
Final Individual Score Form 1 August To complete Master Score Form 2 August
Key-in score (by SUP) 3-5 August
Send diskette and printed score sheet to PPD 7-8 August
Send diskette and printed score sheet to JPN 9-10 August
Manual Pengurusan Pentaksiran PEKA Sains UPSR
Science Practical Work Assessment (PEKA): Assessment Guide
Science Practical Work Assessment (PEKA) : Report Book
Based on the Science Curriculum Specification (KBSR), the activity code refers to:
Year/Theme/Learning Objective/Learning Outcomes
CONSTRUCT & CRITERIA PeKA SCORING SYSTEM
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 CRITERIA REMARK C1 - State the properties of objects and situations Suggested correctly using any of the five senses. Activity: C2 - State the properties of objects and situations Field trip correctly using appropriate tools to assist the Experiment senses. Project 4 C3 - State the properties of objects and situations eg. based on the sequences occurred. 3/1/1.1/4 3/1/1.2/1 3 - C1and C2 3/1/2.1/4 3/2/6.1/1 2 - C1 or C2 4/1/3.2/1&2 4/1/3.4/1&2 1 - C1 or C2 (with teachers’ guidance) 4/1/3.5/2&5 5/1/1.1/3
SPS 2 : CLASSIFYING: Observing and identifying the similarities and differences between objects or phenomena and group them according to common characteristics. SCORE CRITERIA REMARK C1 - Grouping objects or events in order into eg. categories based on one common property 3/1/1.1/1 or criteria. 3/1/1.3/1 3/1/2.3/1 C2 - State the differences and similarities of the 3/2/1.3/1 physical properties or criteria. 3/2/4.1/1 4/1/2.3/9 4 C3 - State the common properties or criteria used 4/3/1.1/1&11 in each step of classification. 5/1/2.2/1 5/3/1.1/1 C4 - Grouping objects or events in order into 6/1/3.1/2 categories based on properties or criteria until 6/3/1.2/2 the final step or the higher level. 6/3/2/2.1/1 3 - C1, C2 and C3 2 - C1 and C2 1 - C1 with teachers’ guidance.
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. eg. Length, volume, mass, time and temperature. 4/2/1.1/3-4 4/2/1.2/3 4/2/1.4/4&5 C2 - Record readings using numbers and correct 4/2/1.5/3&4 standard unit (SI). 4/2/1.6/4&5 5/2/4.1/3 4 C3 - Record readings accurately. 6/2/2.1/1&2 C4 - State the increase and decrease in a reading. 3 - C1, C2 and C3 2 - C1 and C2 1 - C1 and C2 with teachers’ guidance.
SCORE CRITERIA REMARK C1 - Record data or information from an investigation. 4/1/1.2/3 4/3/1.6/2 C2 - Present data or information using appropriate 5/2/4.1/5 drawings, table or graph. 5/3/1.3/1 6/1/1.2/2 4 C3 - Explain ideas (oral or written). 6/4/1.1/3 C4 - Write experimental report systemically (with or without guidance) 3 - C1, C2 and C3 2 - C1 and C2 1 - C1 with teachers’ guidance. 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 CRITERIA NOTES C1 - Arrange occurrence of phenomenon or events 5/2/3.1/4 chronologically. 5/4/2.1/2 6/4/1.1/3 C2 - State the relationship between the distance 6/4/1.2/2 travelled and the time taken. 4 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 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 CRITERIA REMARK C1 - State concepts by describing what should 5/3/2.1/1 be observed. 6/1/1.2/2 6/2/1.3/7 C2 - State concepts by describing what should 6/3/1.2/2 be done. 6/5/1.2/2 4 C3 - State variables by describing what should be observed. C4 - State variables by describing what should be done. 3 - C1,C2 and either C3 or C4 2 - C1 and C2 1 - C1 or C2 with teachers’ guidance. SPS 6 : DEFINING OPERATIONALLY :
SCORE CRITERIA REMARK C1 - State the hypothesis (relationship between what eg. to change and what to observe). 5/2/2.2/6 5/2/3.1/4 C2 - State the variables ie. what to change, 5/2/4.1/1 what to observe and what to keep the same, 5/3/2.1/3 in an experiment. 6/2/1.3/8 6/2/2.1/1 C3 - Identify the apparatus in an experiment. 6 C4 - State the steps in an experiment (oral or written). C5 - Carry out an experiment to test the hypothesis by controlling variables in a coordinate manner. C6 - Present the result in the form of drawings, table, graph or other means. SPS 7 : DESIGNING A FAIR TEST/EXPERIMENTING
SPS 7 : DESIGNING A FAIR TEST/EXPERIMENTING SCORE CRITERIA REMARK 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 teachers’ guidance
SCORE CRITERIA REMARK C1 - Use at least five science apparatus correctly and carefully. C2 - Handle apparatus and substances correctly and carefully. 4 C3 - Set up the apparatus or prepare the substances in an orderly manner. C4 - Carry out the experiment following the correct procedure. 3 - C1, C2 and C3 2 - C1 and C2 1 - C1 with teachers’ guidance. SMS 1 : USE AND HANDLE SCIENCE APPARATUS AND SUBSTANCES
SCORE CRITERIA REMARK C1 - Handle living specimens correctly and carefully. C2 - Handle non-living specimens correctly and carefully. 4 C3 - Care 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 teachers’ guidance. SMS 2 : HANDLE LIVING AND NON LIVING SPECIMENS
SCORE CRITERIA REMARK C1 - Draw neatly. C2 - Label drawings correctly. 4 C3 - Draw what is observed. C4 - Draw using correct scales. 3 - C1, C2 and C3 2 - C1 and C2 1 - C1 with teachers’ guidance. SMS 3 : DRAW SPECIMENS, SCIENCE APPARUTUS AND SUBSTANCES
SCORE CRITERIA REMARK C1 - Clean apparatus using the correct method. C2 - Dispose waste using the correct method. 4 C3 - Clean apparatus (frequently). 3 - C1, C2 Clean apparatus (sometimes). 2 - C1 and C2 Clean apparatus (rarely). 1 - C1 and C2 with teachers’ guidance. SMS 4 : CLEAN APPARATUS
SCORE CRITERIA REMARK C1 - Store apparatus and substances correctly and safely. 4 C2 - Store apparatus and substances correctly and safely (frequently). 3 - C1 and Store apparatus and substances (sometimes). 2 - C1 and Store apparatus and substances (rarely). 1 - C1 with teachers’ guidance. SMS 5 : STORE SCIENCE APPARATUS AND SUBSTANCES
TOTAL SCORE Evaluated by Authorised by SPS 1 SPS2 SPS 3 SPS 4 SPS 5 SPS 6 SPS 7 Total SPS Maximum Score 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 30 Highest Score SMS 1 SMS2 SMS 3 SMS 4 SMS 5 Total SMS Maximum Score 4 4 4 4 4 20 Highest Score 50 SCIENCE PRACTICAL WORK ASSESSMENT (PEKA) – UPSR FINAL INDIVIDUAL SCORE FORM NAME: ………………………… CLASS: ………………………..
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