COURSEWORK ASSESSMENT MANUAL1.0 INTRODUCTIONIn line with the implementation of the teaching and learning of Science and Te...
3.0 ASSESSMENTTo achieve the Assessment Objective (AO), 13 constructs and 15 aspects will be assessed.Each construct may h...
CONSTRUCT                                   ASPECT                              Locate and present information on the impa...
3.3.4    E04 Confident           3.3.5    E05 Responsible           3.3.6    E06 Integrity           3.3.7    E07 Respect ...
4.2.3    The assessor is required to administer and manage marks and               records.      4.2.4    During assessmen...
4.6 Assessment Procedure                               Teaching and Learning Process                     Candidate and ass...
5.0 MARKS     5.1 Aspects mark            5.1.1     Teachers and candidate must referred to this table to get the final   ...
6.0 SUBMISSION     6.1 Evidence            6.1.1   Candidate must submit assessment checklist form (compiled in the       ...
7.1.2   The contents of the Coursework Portfolio must be arranged in the                    following order;              ...
SECTION B    ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY            10-
9.0      CONSTRUCTS, ASPECTS AND CRITERIA THAT NEED TO BE ASSESSED         9.1    Assessment should be done accordingly as...
TOC.CW.LA1.S01.2                                TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct       :   S01          Computer Security Measu...
TOC.CW.LA1.AS02.1                                   TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct     :   S02           Impact of ICT on Soc...
TOC.CW.LA2.S03.1                                   TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct     :        S03          PC AssemblingAspe...
TOC.CW.LA2.SO4.1                                    TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct       :   S04          Software Installati...
TOC.CW.LA2.S05.1                                  TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct    :   S05          Current and Future Devel...
WAF.CW.LA2.S05.1                            WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT FORMATLEARNING AREA:           COMPUTER SYSTEMConstruct    ...
TOC.CW.LA3.S06.1                                        TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct        :        S06          Network F...
TOC.CW.LA3.S06.2                                TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct    :   S06           Network Facilities SetupA...
TOC.CW.LA3.S07.1                                   TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct     :   S07            Current and Future D...
WAF.CW.LA3.S07.1                               WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT FORMAT    LEARNING AREA : COMPUTER NETWORKS AND COMMUNIC...
TOC.CW.LA4.S08.1                                  TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct    :   S08           Multimedia DevelopmentA...
c.   animation         6. Publishing Phase            Submit a softcopy of the            multimedia product.    1       W...
RF.CW.LA4.S08.1                                       REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA           :   MULTIMEDIAName of CandidateIC...
1. ANALYSIS PHASEProject TitleObjective(s)Target Audience2. DESIGN PHASE (attach storyboard if space provided not enough) ...
3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASEAuthoring tool4. TESTING PHASE                                                     CHECKLIST FORM  ...
TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct     :   S09         Current and Future Development of MultimediaAspect        :   LA4.S09.1   ...
RF.CW.LA4.S09.1                                               REPORT FORM LEARNING AREA                   :   MULTIMEDIANa...
TOC.CW.LA5.S10.1                                    TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct     :   S10           Program DevelopmentA...
RF.CW.LA5.S10.1                                        REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA             :   PROGRAMMINGName of Candida...
b. User Interface   Design for Inputc.   User Interface     Design for Output3. Coding                                    ...
TOC.CW.LA5.S11.1                             TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct      :   S11           Current And Future Develop...
RF.CW.LA5.S11.1                                                REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA                    :   PROGRAMMING...
TOC.CW.LA6.S12 1                                 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct    :    S12           Database DevelopmentAsp...
RF.CW.LA6.S12.1                                           REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA                :     INFORMATION SYSTEM...
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RF.CW.LA6.S13.1                                                 REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA                    :   INFORMATIO...
SECTION C      OPERATION    ADMINISTRATION         38-
10.0   OPERATION/ ADMINISTRATION       10.1   Administration              10.1.1 Planning the implementation of the evalua...
10.1.2 Organizing the Implementation of Course Work Assessment for ICT                                      Assessment Pla...
10.2    General Administration    Course Work Assessment for the ICT is parallel with the Teaching and Learning    Module ...
10.3   Administration of Recording Assessment           10.3.1 Recorded assessment for each candidate has to be done in th...
10.5.3 Teacher has to assess the candidate based on the provided mark                  scheme.           10.5.4 Teacher ha...
the school-based assessment as given in the Course Work                      Assessment Guide.              10.8.3 Examina...
ACF.CW.LA1.S01.1                                           LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN                                       KEMEN...
ACF.CW.LA1.S01.2                                            LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN                                        KEM...
ACF.CW.LA1.S02.1                                           LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN                                       KEMEN...
ACF.CW.LA2.S03.1                                             LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN                                         K...
Name :                                                                                                    ACF.CW.LA2.S04.1...
ACF.CW.LA2.S05.1                                           LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN                                       KEMEN...
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  1. 1. COURSEWORK ASSESSMENT MANUAL1.0 INTRODUCTIONIn line with the implementation of the teaching and learning of Science and Technologysubjects in English, the Curriculum Development Centre (CDC) introduced Information andCommunication Technology (ICT) as a subject in 2006.This subject is offered as an elective subject to candidates who are taking the Sijil PelajaranMalaysia (SPM) examination.The Malaysia Examinations Syndicate designed the assessment instruments based on thesyllabus released by the Curriculum Development Centre (CDC). The development of theseassessment instruments is based on the standard table of specification to maintain thequality and standard, as well as the validity and the reliability of these test marks.This coursework assessment document contains guidelines, procedures and assessmentforms for the implementation and assessment of the coursework to be carried at schoollevel.2.0 GENERAL INFORMATION 2.1 The assessment of this subject will be administered through Central Based Assessment (70) and School Based Assessment (30). 2.2 This coursework assessment document is for Paper 2 which carries 30 marks and it is designed to assess the practical skills and values that cover all six learning areas throughout the teaching and learning process. 2.3 Candidates are assessed using the Assessment Document and the candidates must present evidence required by each aspect from the six learning areas. 2.4 ICT coursework must be made known to all candidates when they are in Form 4 because the assessment duration is from form 4 until form 5 (2 years). 2.5 Coursework assessment must be completed within the stipulated time set by the Malaysia Examinations Syndicate. 2.6 Therefore, this Coursework Assessment Manual is a reference to teachers and ICT students to plan and carry out their assessment process and activity. 1
  2. 2. 3.0 ASSESSMENTTo achieve the Assessment Objective (AO), 13 constructs and 15 aspects will be assessed.Each construct may have one or more aspects. Values can be assessed implicitly orexplicitly. 3.1 Constructs: S01 - Computer Security Measures S02 - Impact of ICT on Society S03 - Personal Computer Assembling S04 - Software Installation S05 - Current and Future Development of Open Source Software and the Latest Development in ICT S06 - Network Facilities Setup S07 - Current and Future Development in Networks and Communications S08 - Multimedia Development S09 - Current and Future Development of Multimedia S10 - Program Development S11 - Current and Future Development of the Latest Programming Languages S12 - Database Development S13 - Current and Future Developments in Information Systems 3.2 Aspects : CONSTRUCT ASPECT LA1.S01.1 Apply correct security procedures using antivirus S01 LA1.S01.2 Apply correct security procedures using anti-spyware 2
  3. 3. CONSTRUCT ASPECT Locate and present information on the impact of ICT S02 LA1.S02.1 on society. S03 LA2.S03.1 Assemble the components of a personal computer. Install an operating system, application software and S04 LA2.S04.1 utility programs Explain the latest open source software available S05 LA2.S05.1 and the latest development in ICT LA3.S06.1 Crimp and test UTP cables S06 LA3.S06.2 Configure and test network Describe the latest development in networks and S07 LA3.S07.1 communications Apply all the phases of multimedia production to S08 LA4.S08.1 produce an interactive educational multimedia project. Gather examples of immersive multimedia in S09 LA4.S09.2 education, business or entertainment. Apply program development phases to develop a S10 LA5.S10.1 problem-solving program. S11 LA5.S11.1 Find out the latest programming languages. S12 LA6.S12.2 Develop a database project. Find out current developments in computer S13 LA6.S13.1 information systems.3.3 Values : 3.3.1 E01 Diligent 3.3.2 E02 Accurate 3.3.3 E03 Precise 3
  4. 4. 3.3.4 E04 Confident 3.3.5 E05 Responsible 3.3.6 E06 Integrity 3.3.7 E07 Respect 3.3.8 E08 Cooperate 3.3.9 E09 Appreciate 3.3.10 E10 Abide 3.3.11 E11 Creative4.0 APPROACH 4.1 Teachers 4.1.1 ICT teachers carry out coursework assessment. 4.1.2 Coursework assessment uses authentic testing approach. 4.1.3 Coursework assessment is an on-going process throughout the teaching and learning process. Assessment will be carried out when both parties (candidate and assessor) are prepared/ready within the stipulated time. 4.1.4 Re-assessment can be carried out 3 times but with penalty to improve the performance marks of any aspect. 4.2 Assessor 4.2.1 The teacher’s role as an assessor is to assess the performance of a candidate during assessment. 4.2.2 The assessor must prepare the assessment schedule agreed by both assessor and candidate. 4
  5. 5. 4.2.3 The assessor is required to administer and manage marks and records. 4.2.4 During assessment, teaching and learning activities should not be carried out.4.3 Aspects 4.3.1 There are fifteen aspects to be assessed from six learning areas. 4.3.2 Nine aspects address the practical skills and six aspects address current and future development issues. 4.3.3 Each aspect comprises between three to eight criteria.4.4 Duration 4.4.1 All coursework must be completed by July of the examination year.4.5 Assessment Forms The assessor must fill the marks for every aspect assessed in the following forms: 8.5.1 Assessment Checklist Form (ACF) 8.5.2 Individual Score Form (ISF) 5
  6. 6. 4.6 Assessment Procedure Teaching and Learning Process Candidate and assessor are ready for assessment. Assessment carried out based on the aspect and criteria given. Refer to • Table of Constructs • Assessment Checklist Form • Written Assignment Format • Report Form Candidate No satisfied with score? Yes Assessor transfers candidate’s score to the Individual Score Form (ISF) External Verifier verifies Individual Score Form (ISF) of all candidates Assessor enters all the candidates’ scores into the Batch Score Form (BSF). Internal Verifier verifies Individual Score Form (ISF) and Batch Score Form (BSF) Internal Verifier verifies Batch Score Form (BSF) of each centre The Batch Score Form (BSF) is sent to JPNNOTE: The scores for each candidate will be entered online by the Examination Secretary based on the Individual Score Form. 6
  7. 7. 5.0 MARKS 5.1 Aspects mark 5.1.1 Teachers and candidate must referred to this table to get the final scoring of the coursework: LEARNING AREAS ASPECTS MARK TOTAL MARK LA1.S01.1 8 1 LA1.S01.2 8 26 ICT and Society LA1.S02.1 10 LA2.S03.1 13 2 LA2.S04.1 9 42 Computer System LA2.S05.1 20 LA3.S06.1 8 3 Computer Networks and LA3.S06.2 8 40 Communications LA3.S07.1 24 4 LA4.S08.1 16 26 Multimedia LA4.S09.1 10 5 LA5.S10.1 20 36 Programming LA5.S11.1 16 6 LA6.S12.1 20 30 Information System LA6.S13.1 10 COURSEWORK MARK 200 5.1.2 The total mark has to be tabulated by this formula: Candidate coursework score X 30% = Total Mark Total coursework score 5.1.3 The candidate’s mark has to be penalized according to 3 times of submission as shown in this table: Submission 1st submission 2nd submission 3rd submission Total Mark n1 n2 n3 Actual Mark n1 n2 -1 n3 - 2 7
  8. 8. 6.0 SUBMISSION 6.1 Evidence 6.1.1 Candidate must submit assessment checklist form (compiled in the coursework portfolio) to assessor. 6.1.2 Assessor must submit candidates’ coursework portfolio and completed assessment forms ISF and BSF to the internal verifier. 6.1.3 Assessor must keep candidates’ coursework portfolio in a safe place. 6.2 Deadline 6.2.1 Candidate to assessor – 1st July of the examination year. 6.2.2 Assessor to internal verifier – 15th July of the examination year. 6.2.3 Internal verifier to UPP, JPN – instruction/directive from JPN. 6.2.4 Online entry of marks – 1 to 30th August of the examination year. 6.3 Verification 6.3.1 The assessor must verify candidates’ coursework using the provided forms for products and reports. (ACF, ISF, BSF) 6.3.2 The internal verifier must verify candidates’ coursework using the provided forms for products and reports. (ISF, BSF) 6.3.3 The external verifier must verify candidates’ coursework using the provided forms for products and reports. (ISF)7.0 DOCUMENTATION 7.1 Coursework Portfolio 7.1.1 All coursework assessment documents and evidence must be compiled in a RING FILE and must be kept in a safe place. 8-
  9. 9. 7.1.2 The contents of the Coursework Portfolio must be arranged in the following order; 7.1.2.1 Cover Page 7.1.2.2 Record Of Submission 7.1.2.3 Assessment Checklist Form and corresponding written assignment or Report Form or other relevant documents if applicable for each aspect. 7.1.2.4 Crimped cables, scrapbook and CD containing soft copies of assessment evidence. 7.1.2.5 Table of Constructs8.0 TYPES OF INSTRUMENT 8.1 Demonstration Show how to scan, crimp, ping, install or assemble. 8.2 Verbal Presentation Present ideas/information in verbal/oral form. 8.3 Written Assignment Present ideas/information in written form. 8.4 Project Execute task(s) given and submit on or before the deadline specified. 8.5 Practical Session Complete task(s) under supervision within the duration allocated. 8.6 Scrapbook Collect newspaper articles, pictures, etc. and stick in a book. 8.7 Report Find relevant information from various sources and complete the given report form. 9-
  10. 10. SECTION B ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY 10-
  11. 11. 9.0 CONSTRUCTS, ASPECTS AND CRITERIA THAT NEED TO BE ASSESSED 9.1 Assessment should be done accordingly as stated in the criteria with the marks given: TOC.CW.LA1.S01.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S01 Computer Security MeasuresAspect : LA1.S01.1 Apply Correct Security Procedures Using AntivirusInstrument : Demonstration MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Choose antivirus Use any antivirus software to be software available e.g. 2 used. Kaspersky, McAfee Write the name of Virus Scan, Norton the antivirus Antivirus, Trend Micro software. PC-Cillin, Dr Solomon, AVG, etc. 2. Start the antivirus software and select area to be Scan area can be 2 scanned. specific folder, floppy disk, or flash memory. State the area selected. Completed Candidate can print 3. Scan the selected ACF.CW.LA1.S01.1. screen the scan 2 area. summary. Copy scan summary. If no virus is detected, 4. Choose and apply criterion four is any or all of the considered done. Write following when “No action taken”. virus is detected – 2 delete/remove, clean/heal, Values: quarantine/move • Confident to vault. • Responsible State action taken 8 TOTAL MARK 11-
  12. 12. TOC.CW.LA1.S01.2 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S01 Computer Security MeasuresAspect : LA1.S01.2 Apply Correct Security Procedures Using Anti-SpywareInstrument : Demonstration MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Choose anti- Suggested anti- spyware software spyware software: 2 to be used. Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE Write the name of Personal. the anti-spyware software. Print screen can be used to display scan 2. Start the anti- summary. spyware software 2 and choose a scan mode. If no spyware is State the scan detected, criterion four mode selected. is considered done. Completed Write “No action taken”. 3. Scan the selected ACF.CW.LA1.S01.2 2 area. Values: Copy scan summary. • Confident • Responsible 4. Choose and apply any of the following when spyware is detected - 2 remove/quarantine the identified object(s). State the action taken. 8 TOTAL MARK 12-
  13. 13. TOC.CW.LA1.AS02.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S02 Impact of ICT on SocietyAspect : LA1.S02.1 Locate and present information on impact of ICT on societyInstrument : Verbal Presentation MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Locate information Suggested anti- from more than one spyware software: 1 source. Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE Write the number of Personal. sources referred. 2. Present the Print screen can be information in 5 to 10 used to display scan slides. summary. 2 Write the number of slides used. If no spyware is 3. Presentation includes: detected, criterion four is considered done. a. Topic Completed Write “No action b. Content taken”. ACF.CW.LA1.S01.2 5 c. Conclusion d. Sources of Values: reference • Confident Submit a soft copy or • Responsible hard copy of the presentation. 4. Display cooperation. a. Write the names of group 2 members. b. Verbal verification from group members OR assessor’s observation. 10 TOTAL MARK 13-
  14. 14. TOC.CW.LA2.S03.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S03 PC AssemblingAspect : LA2.S03.1 Assemble the components of a PCInstrument : Demonstration MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Fix the processor CAUTION: 2 correctly. Assessor must make Write processor sure that the processor specification. is properly fixed by the 2. Fix the RAM candidate to avoid correctly. permanent damage to it. 2 Write RAM capacity. Installation of floppy 3. Install the power drive OR optical drive is supply unit correctly. required if and only if 2 Write power (W) and they come with the PC. voltage (V) of unit. 4. Install the hard disk Candidates must correctly. connect all necessary 2 cables. Write hard disk capacity. Completed Values: ACF.CW.LA2.S03.1 5. Install the floppy drive • Accurate AND/OR optical drive correctly. • Confident 2 Write drive(s) • Responsible installed. 6. Boot up the computer 1 successfully. 7. Check BIOS setup. a. Hard disk detected 2 b. Floppy drive AND/OR optical drive detected 13 TOTAL MARK 14-
  15. 15. TOC.CW.LA2.SO4.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S04 Software InstallationAspect : LA2.S04.1 Install operating system, application software and utility programInstrument : Demonstration MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Install an Suggested anti- operating system. spyware software: 3 Write the name of Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE the operating Personal. system installed. Print screen can be 2. Install application used to display scan software. summary. Completed 3 Write the name of ACF.CW.LA1.S01.2 the application If no spyware is software installed. detected, criterion four is considered done. Write “No action taken”. 3. Install a utility program. Values: 3 Write the name of the utility program • Confident installed. • Responsible 9 TOTAL MARK 15-
  16. 16. TOC.CW.LA2.S05.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S05 Current and Future Development of Open Source Software and Latest Development in ICTAspect : Explain the latest open source software available and the latest LA2.S05.1 development in ICTInstrument : Written Assignment MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Explain the latest open Candidate works in 4 source OS groups of 2 to 4 to a. Meaning conduct study AND/OR b. TWO examples for discussion. 2. Explain the latest open source application Written assignment software MUST be done 4 individually. a. Meaning b. TWO examples Refer to 3. Explain the latest WAF.CW.LA2.S05.1. development in ICT 4 a. ONE hardware Suggested duration: b. ONE software 2 to 4 weeks 4. Explain pervasive 4 computing Values: a. Meaning Written Assignment • Appreciate b. TWO examples • Cooperate 5. Follow required written • Confident assignment format: 2 a. content format b. document format 6. Display cooperation. a. Write the names of group members. 2 b. Verbal verification from group members or assessor’s observation. 20 TOTAL MARK 16-
  17. 17. WAF.CW.LA2.S05.1 WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT FORMATLEARNING AREA: COMPUTER SYSTEMConstruct : S05 Current and Future Development of Open Source Software and Latest Development in ICTAspect : Explain the latest open source software available and the latest LA2.S05.1 development in ICTInstrument : Written AssignmentInstruction:Work in groups of two to four to find information and discuss on the latest open source softwareavailable and the latest development in ICT. Complete this written assignment individually.You are given two to four weeks to complete this assignment.Content Format1.0 Introduction (meaning of open source software, hardware, software, etc)2.0 The Latest Open Source Operating System (OS) 2.1 Meaning of open source OS 2.2 Examples of open source OS (explain two examples)3.0 The Latest Open Source Application Software 3.1 Meaning of open source application software 3.2 Examples of open source application software (explain two examples)4.0 The Latest Development in ICT 4.1 Hardware (state specification OR special features of ONE hardware and compare it to previous model(s)) 4.2 Software (state year/date of release, special features of ONE software and compare it to previous version(s))5.0 Pervasive Computing 5.1 Meaning of pervasive computing 5.2 Examples of pervasive computing (explain two examples)6.0 ConclusionReference(give at least two sources of reference)Document Format  cover page o Candidate’s details o Title: The latest Open Source Software Available and the Latest Development in ICT  page margin - top, bottom, left, and right: 1”, paper size - A4  line spacing - 1.5 lines  typeface - Times New Roman, font size- - 12 pts (content), and14 pts for title/heading  number of pages - 3 to 10 17-
  18. 18. TOC.CW.LA3.S06.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S06 Network Facilities SetupAspect : LA3.S06.1 Crimp and Test UTP CablesInstrument : Demonstration MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Crimp a Straight Cable At least 1 meter of UTP • Skin off the cable jacket. cable is recommended. • Untwist and straighten each wire. Candidate may refer to • Arrange the wires according to the wiring schematic the 568B wiring schematic order manual in the Learning 2 for both ends. Module. • Cut and insert the wires into a RJ45 connector. The cables must be • Crimp the cable using a labelled and kept in a crimping tool. safe place (assessment done on final product) 2. Check the straight cable is Values: 2 crimped successfully using a Crimped • Precise cable tester. straight and • Confident 3. Crimp a Crossed Cable crossed cables. • Skin off the cable jacket. • Abide • Untwist and straighten each wire. • Arrange the wires according to the 568A wiring schematic order 2 for one end AND 568B wiring schematic order for the other end. • Cut and insert the wires into a RJ45 connector. • Crimp the cable using crimping tool. (assessment done on final product) 4 Check the crossed cable is 2 crimped successfully using a cable tester. 8 TOTAL MARK 18 -
  19. 19. TOC.CW.LA3.S06.2 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S06 Network Facilities SetupAspect : LA3.S06.2 Configure and Test Network ConnectionInstrument : Demonstration MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Set an IP Address. IP Address and Subnet 2 Write the IP address. Mask given by the assessor. 2. Set a Subnet Mask. Values: 2 Write the subnet mask. • accurate • confident 3. Choose another Completed • responsible computer to test the ACF.CW.LA3.S06.2 • abide 1 configuration. Write the IP address of the computer. 4. Ping the other 3 computer. Copy the ping result. 8 TOTAL MARK 19-
  20. 20. TOC.CW.LA3.S07.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S07 Current and Future Development in Networks and Communications.Aspect : LA3.S07.1 Describe the Latest Development in Networks and CommunicationsInstrument : Written Assignment MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Describe Mobile Candidates work in Computing groups of 2 to 4 to 8 conduct the study and a. definition for discussion. b. specifications, Written assignment services, frequencies must be done 2. Describe Internet individually. Technology and Suggested duration: 4 Services 2 to 4 weeks a. VoIP Written Assignment Refer to Written b. BLOG Assignment Format in 3. Describe types of WAF.CW.LA3.S07.1 network 8 a. PAN, Values: b. VPN, • cooperate c. WLAN, • responsible d. WIMAX • abide 4. Follow required written assignment format: 2 a. content format b. document format 5. Display cooperation. a. Write the names of group members. 2 b. Verbal verification from group members or assessor’s observation 24 TOTAL MARK 20-
  21. 21. WAF.CW.LA3.S07.1 WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT FORMAT LEARNING AREA : COMPUTER NETWORKS AND COMMUNICATIONSConstruct : S07 Current and Future Development in Networks and CommunicationsAspect : LA3.S07.1 Describe the Latest Development in Networks and CommunicationsInstrument : Written AssignmentInstruction:Work in groups of two to four to find information and discuss on the latest development inNetworks and Communications. Complete this written assignment individually.You are given two to four weeks to complete this assignment.Content format1.0 Introduction (Computer Networks and Communications)2.0 Mobile Computing 2.1 Definition 2.2 Specification, services, and frequencies of Mobile Computing (based on one product e.g. PDA, 3G mobile phone)3.0 Internet Technology and Services 3.1 VoIP 3.2 BLOG4.0 Types of network. 4.1 PAN 4.2 VPN 4.3 WLAN 4.4 WIMAX5.0 Conclusion (Computer Networks and Communications)Reference(give at least two sources of reference)Document Format (use Word Processor)  cover page o Candidate’s details o Title: The Latest Development in Networks and Communications  page margin - top, bottom, left, and right: 1”, paper size - A4  line spacing: 1.5 lines  typeface - Times New Roman, font size - 12 pts (content), 14 pts for title/heading  number of pages - 3 to 10 21-
  22. 22. TOC.CW.LA4.S08.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S08 Multimedia DevelopmentAspect : LA4.S08.1 Apply All The Phases Of Multimedia Production To Produce An Interactive Educational Multimedia Project.Instrument : Project MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Analysis Phase The multimedia product Write the project title, must be interactive, 3 objective and target educational and include audience. all five multimedia elements. 2. Design Phase 2 Sketch storyboard. Choose any topic from any subjects taught in 3. Implementation Phase school: Develop a multimedia • ICT project based on the • Bahasa Malaysia storyboard using an • Bahasa Inggeris authoring tool. • Mathematics Write the name of the 1 • Science, etc authoring tool used. 4. Testing Phase Authoring Tools: Completed Test the developed RF.CW.LA4.S08.1 • Tool book 2 multimedia product. and a soft copy of the • Presentation s/w Complete the checklist. product. • Web editor 5. Evaluation Phase Ask assessor to evaluate Values: the developed multimedia product.  Creative a. Content  Integrity  match the project • Responsible objective(s) b. Interface 7  user friendly  interactive c. Navigation  all links/buttons functioning correctly d. Multimedia Elements  text  graphic  audio  video 22-
  23. 23. c. animation 6. Publishing Phase Submit a softcopy of the multimedia product. 1 Write the storage medium used and name of the main file or folder. 16 TOTAL MARK 23-
  24. 24. RF.CW.LA4.S08.1 REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA : MULTIMEDIAName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S08 Multimedia DevelopmentAspect : LA4.S08.1 Apply All The Phases Of Multimedia Production To Produce An Interactive Educational Multimedia Project.Instrument : Project 24-
  25. 25. 1. ANALYSIS PHASEProject TitleObjective(s)Target Audience2. DESIGN PHASE (attach storyboard if space provided not enough) 25-
  26. 26. 3. IMPLEMENTATION PHASEAuthoring tool4. TESTING PHASE CHECKLIST FORM Items YES NO A Content Match the project goal B Interface User-friendly Interactive Navigation C All links/buttons functioning correctly5. EVALUATION PHASE (to be carried out by the assessor using ACF.CW.LA4.S08.1)6. PUBLISHING PHASE Storage Medium Main File/Folder NameCandidate’s Signature------------------------------ TOC.CW.LA4.S09.1 26-
  27. 27. TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S09 Current and Future Development of MultimediaAspect : LA4.S09.1 Gather Examples of Immersive Multimedia In Education, Business or EntertainmentInstrument : Scrapbook MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Front cover includes Candidate compiles 2 a. topic articles, pictures, drawings from different b. name of types of sources such candidate as newspapers, magazines, Internet, 2. Scrapbook contains at etc into a scrapbook 2 least SIX pages based on any of the excluding front and Completed following: back covers. RF.CW.LA4.S09.1 • Immersive AND Multimedia in Scrapbook Education 3. Collections are relevant 2 to the topic chosen. • Immersive Multimedia in Business 4. State source and/or 2 date in the scrapbook. • Immersive Multimedia in Entertainment 5. Submit Scrapbook must be 2 RF.CW.LA4.S09.1 done individually. Values: • creative • responsible appreciate 10 TOTAL MARK 27-
  28. 28. RF.CW.LA4.S09.1 REPORT FORM LEARNING AREA : MULTIMEDIAName of CandidateIC NoIndex No Construct : S11 Current And Future Development Of Multimedia Aspect : Gather Examples of Immersive Multimedia In Education, Business LA5.S11.1 Or Entertainment Instrument : ScrapbookActivity Log (record all activities carried out in compiling the scrapbook) Date Activity RemarksCandidate’s Signature------------------------------ 28 -
  29. 29. TOC.CW.LA5.S10.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S10 Program DevelopmentAspect : LA5.S10.1 Apply Program Development Phases To Develop A Problem-Solving ProgramInstrument : Practical Session MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Problem Analysis Duration of practical a. Write the problem session: 2 periods statement. 4 b. List all the required Choose any of the input items suggested projects (refer c. Write the expected to APPENDIX B) or output. propose a new project. d. Write the formula to be used. Submit 2. Program Design • executable file and/or a. Write the pseudocode. OR • project file and form(s). Draw the flowchart. 6 b. Sketch the user interface design for During evaluation, Completed assessor runs the input. RF.CW.LA5.S10.1 candidate’s program to c. Sketch the user AND validate the output in 4(b) interface design for Submitted program. using the data in 4(a). output. 3. Coding Values: Develop a program based 1. Accurate 2 on (1) and (2). 2. Confident Write the name of the project file. 3. Responsible 4. Abide 4. Testing and Debugging a. State the test data used for each input item 6 listed in 1(b). b. Write the output based on 4(a) c. Compile the program. Write down the name of the executable file. 2 5. Documentation Submit report and soft 20 TOTAL MARK 29-
  30. 30. RF.CW.LA5.S10.1 REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA : PROGRAMMINGName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S10 Program DevelopmentAspect : LA5.S10.1 Apply Program Development Phases To Develop A Problem-Solving ProgramInstrument : Practical SessionAssessment : 1/2/3/_1. Problem Analysisa. Problem Statementb. Required Inputc. Expected Outputd. Formula Used2. Program Designa. Pseudocode OR Flowchart 30-
  31. 31. b. User Interface Design for Inputc. User Interface Design for Output3. Coding (refer to program submitted) Project File Name: __________________4. Testing and Debugginga. State the data used for Input item (s) Input data each input item listed in 1(b).c. Write the output based Output item(s) Actual Output on the input data in 4(a)e. Name of the executable file 31-
  32. 32. TOC.CW.LA5.S11.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S11 Current And Future Development Of The Latest Programming LanguagesAspect : LA5.S11.1 Find Out The Latest Programming LanguagesInstrument : Report MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Identify and name the two Report must be done 2 latest programming individually. languages Suggested duration: 2 weeks 2. Identify and state Values: a. the developer • Cooperate b. when it was • Appreciate developed Completed c. purpose (why it RF.CW.LA5.S11.1 was 12 introduced)/applic ation d. platform e. approach (structured/object- oriented/etc) f. translator used 2 3. State the source of reference. 16 TOTAL MARK 32-
  33. 33. RF.CW.LA5.S11.1 REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA : PROGRAMMINGName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S11 Current And Future Development Of The Latest Programming LanguagesAspect : LA5.S11.1 Find Out The Latest Programming LanguagesInstrument : ReportName of Latest 1. 2.ProgrammingLanguageDeveloperYear DevelopedPurposePlatform(OS)ApproachTranslator usedSpecial features(optional)Source ofReferenceCandidate’s Signature------------------------------ 33-
  34. 34. TOC.CW.LA6.S12 1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S12 Database DevelopmentAspect : LA6.S12.1 Develop A Database ProjectInstrument : Practical Session MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. State the project Duration of practical session: 2 title and the objective(s) 2 periods of the project. Choose any of the suggested 2. Create all the projects in APPENDIX C or required tables. propose a new project. a. Name each table. b. State the field Draw a line to show the 8 names for each relationship between both table. tables. c. State the primary Example: key(s). TABLE 1 TABLE 2 d. Relate the tables. Field name Field name Draw a line to Completed ……. ……. show the RF.CW.LA6.S12.1 1:M relationship. AND or soft copy of the M:N database project or 3. Create a form for 1:1 2 each table. Values: 2 4. Enter data into the tables. • accurate • confident 2 5. Create a query • responsible from two tables. 6. Create a report 2 based on the query created. 7. Submit the report 2 form and a soft copy of the developed database project. 20 TOTAL MARK 34-
  35. 35. RF.CW.LA6.S12.1 REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA : INFORMATION SYSTEMName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S12 Database DevelopmentAspect : LA6.S12.1 Develop A Database ProjectInstrument : Practical SessionAssessment : 1/2/3/_ 1. Project title Objective(s) 2. Table 1 Table 2 Table name Field names Primary key The relationship between both tables. 3. Name of forms 4. Number of Table ________________ Table ___________________ records entered 5. Criteria used for Field Name: query Criteria: 6. Name of report 7. Name of fileCandidate’s Signature 35-
  36. 36. ------------------------------ TOC.CW.LA6.S13.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCTConstruct : S13 Current And Future Developments In Information SystemsAspect : LA6.S13.1 Find Out Current Developments In Computer Information Systems.Instrument : Report MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE 1. Define web-based Report must be done 2 application. individually. 2. Give an example of web- Suggested duration: 2 based application. weeks 2 State the function of the application. Values: 3. Name a programming Completed • cooperate 1 language used to develop RF.CW.LA6.S13.1 • responsible web-based application. 4. Name a DBMS used in 1 web-based application. 5. State an advantage of 2/0 web-based application compared to non web- based application. 6. State a vulnerability of 1 web-based application. 1 7. State source of reference. 10 TOTAL MARK 36-
  37. 37. RF.CW.LA6.S13.1 REPORT FORMLEARNING AREA : INFORMATION SYSTEMName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S13 Current And Future Developments In Information SystemsAspect : LA6.S13.1 Find Out Current Developments In Computer Information Systems.Instrument : ReportDefinition of web-basedapplicationAn example of web-based applicationFunction of theapplicationAn example of aprogramming languageused to develop web-based application.An example of a DBMSused in the web-basedapplication.An advantage of web-based application(compared to non web-based application)A vulnerability of web-based applicationSource of ReferenceCandidate’s Signature------------------------------ 37-
  38. 38. SECTION C OPERATION ADMINISTRATION 38-
  39. 39. 10.0 OPERATION/ ADMINISTRATION 10.1 Administration 10.1.1 Planning the implementation of the evaluation and assessment for coursework of ICT Assessor must plan on getting the chance to assess an aspect to a group or the whole candidates in a session of teaching and learning process by taking into consideration the objective(s) to be achieved in that session. These are the steps on how an assessor will plan the assessment to be carried out during teaching and learning process in the classroom Step 1 Choose a construct that is going to be assessed during teaching and learning process, that of an identified aspect. Step 2 Specify the criteria the quality of the candidate’s achievement on the aspects. Step 3 Evaluate based on the evidence on the candidates’ achievement for the certain aspect. Step 4 Provide the mark based on the marking scheme. 39-
  40. 40. 10.1.2 Organizing the Implementation of Course Work Assessment for ICT Assessment Planning & Teaching and Learning Context (Situation / Opportunity Assessment) When WhenIn the Teaching and Learning Session based on During the Teaching and Learningthe Evidence of Process or Product: Session based on the Evidence of Process or Product:1. When candidates are doing the activities of: 1. Candidate who are ready. • Before 2. Evaluation done to all candidates • During based on the product. • After2. During the teaching process as question and answer session. 10.1.3 Implementing the Assessment of Course Work for ICT; • Giving Marks Assessor will award marks for each assessed aspects based on mark scheme. The mark scheme is precisely for the specified criteria of each aspect. Mark for each aspect is summarized as 2, 1 and 0. • Recording Mark During the assessment, assessor will record the mark for candidates in the Individual Scoring Form (ISF). 40-
  41. 41. 10.2 General Administration Course Work Assessment for the ICT is parallel with the Teaching and Learning Module designed by the Curriculum Development Centre. 10.2.1 Malaysia Examinations Syndicate has prepared the Course Work Assessment Document for the ICT that enable the assessor to assess the candidate. 10.2.2 Each assessor is given one copy of Course Work Assessment Document that consists of detailed assessment for the course work of ICT. 10.2.3 Each candidate will be informed on the course work of ICT in terms of the assessed construct, criteria and aspects. Candidate is required to receive the list of aspects, criteria and mark scheme as for enable them to know what is being assessed and plan their practical work/ activities. 10.2.4 Assessor is required to have a well-planned teaching plan from the beginning of the year. This teaching plan is included in the Work Schedule of Course Work Assessment for the ICT. 10.2.5 Teacher has to make sure for transferred and attached candidate: 10.2.6 Go on with the Course Work Assessment for the ICT in the new school that offers the subject within a period of time. 10.2.7 Provide the Principal with the assessment document. 10.2.8 Candidate who is not well and unable to complete the Course Work Assessment for the ICT is required to apply a special consideration of exemption for the assessment by presenting the related document such as endorsement letter from the doctor directed to Malaysia Examinations Syndicate through the principal. 41-
  42. 42. 10.3 Administration of Recording Assessment 10.3.1 Recorded assessment for each candidate has to be done in the Individual Scoring Form. The school has to make ample copy for the usage of the subject teacher. 10.3.2 Assessor has to write the date and task together with the mark received by the candidate for each aspects. Scoring is done based on the mark scheme. 10.3.3 Assessor who carries out the assessment in school has to validate that the mark in the Individual Scoring Form is correct by signing the form. All the marks will be transferred to the Overall Scoring Form and this form will be sent to Malaysia Examinations Syndicate. 10.3.4 Principal is required to check and validate that the scoring on the Overall Scoring Form is correct by signing the form and sending it to Malaysia Examinations Syndicate. 10.3.5 Copy of the completed Individual Scoring Form has to be compiled and kept by the school together with the candidate’s evidence as for coordination and validation purposes. 10.4 Task and Responsibility of the Principal 10.4.1 The school is required to prepare all the utilities for implementing the Course Work Assessment for ICT. This includes preparing the required things and substance. 10.4.2 Principal has to make sure teachers carry out the assessment by following the rules given for the Course Work Assessment. Schools with more than a teacher teaching the subject are allowed to carry out the assessment together in order to achieve coordination. 10.5 Task and Responsibility of Assessor / Internal Assessor 10.5.1 Teacher is required to make sure that the candidate receives the list of criteria and mark scheme. 10.5.2 Teacher guides and teaches the candidate before he carries out the task of the course work. 42-
  43. 43. 10.5.3 Teacher has to assess the candidate based on the provided mark scheme. 10.5.4 Teacher has to make sure that all candidates have been assessed and recorded assessment is done precisely, correctly and complete. 10.5.5 Teacher is responsible in administering and recording the assessment for the transferable, attached and sick candidate. 10.5.6 Teacher is required to cooperate with the coordinator or examination’s inspector and able to follow instructions from time to time. 10.6 Task and Responsibility of the Candidate 10.6.1 Candidate who register for the ICT at school level. 10.6.2 Each candidate has to understand the aspects that will be assessed. 10.6.3 Candidate has to make sure that all the aspects are assessed before 01 July the examination year. 10.6.4 Candidate has to make sure that the chance to assess is ample and always discus with teacher about his achievement in certain aspects. 10.6.5 Candidate has to keep properly all the evidence in a file for The Course Work Assessment purposes. 10.7 Task and Responsibility of the Coordinator; 10.7.1 Visit the schools for coordination purposes and instructions according to the rules and procedures of Malaysia Examinations Syndicate. 10.7.2 Carry out the coordination for coordinating the mark given by the assessor. 10.8 Task and responsibility of the Examination’s Inspector 10.8.1 The inspection can be done by Malaysia Examinations Syndicate’s officer, State Curriculum Officer or authorized party elected by Malaysia Education Ministry. 10.8.2 Examination’s Inspector has to make sure that the school has implemented the Course Work Assessment and it is done according to 43-
  44. 44. the school-based assessment as given in the Course Work Assessment Guide. 10.8.3 Examination’s Inspector is allowed to use assessment instrument like check list, interview and others to retrieve information on the implementation of the assessment. Evidence from the candidate can be used to show the implementation of this assessment. 10.8.4 Examination’s Inspector will process the information provided by the instrument, summarize and recommend it certain party based on its role in the Course Work Assessment. 10.9 Task and Responsibility of the State Education Department 10.9.1 State Education Department is responsible to distribute the Course Work Assessment Guide to the related schools. 10.9.2 State Education Department together with Malaysia Examinations Syndicate are responsible to elect coordinator to coordinate the course work in their respective state. Election is only from the teachers who are experienced in the subject matter. 10.9.3 State Education Department has to give briefing concerning the coordination of the course work. 10.9.4 State Education Department has to collect the Batch Assessment Form (BSF) and send it to Malaysia Examinations Syndicate according to the date given. 10.10 ASSESSMENT FORMS The forms serve as a guide to teachers (assessors) and students (candidates) andshould be available to both parties. This information should be transparent to candidates butcannot be referred to by them during the assessment itself. 44-
  45. 45. ACF.CW.LA1.S01.1 LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FORMLEARNING AREA: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETYName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S01 Computer Security MeasuresAspect : LA1.S01.1 Apply Correct Security Procedures Using AntivirusInstrument : DemonstrationAssessment : 1/2/3 Maximum Mark Mark Obtained Evidence Remarks No. Criterion (to be filled by candidate if by necessary) H1 H2 H3 assessor1. Choose antivirus software to be used. 1 H1 Write the name of the antivirus 1 H2 software. H34. Start the antivirus software and select 1 H1 area to be scanned. 1 H2 State the area selected. H37. Scan the selected area. 1 H1 Copy scan summary. 1 H2 H310. Choose and apply any or all of the 1 H1 following when virus is detected – delete/remove, clean/heal, H2 quarantine/move to vault. State action taken. 1 H3 8 Total Mark Actual Mark DateCandidate’s Signature Assessor’s Signature------------------------------ ---------------------------------- Name : 45-
  46. 46. ACF.CW.LA1.S01.2 LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FORMLEARNING AREA: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETYName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S01 Computer Security MeasuresAspect : LA1.S01.2 Apply Correct Security Procedures Using Anti-SpywareInstrument : DemonstrationAssessment : 1/2/3 Maximum Mark Evidence Mark Obtained Remarks No. Criterion (to be filled by candidate if by necessary) H1 H2 H3 assessor1. Choose anti-spyware software to 1 H1 be used. H2 Write the name of the anti- 1 spyware software. H34. Start the anti-spyware application 1 H1 and choose a scan mode. H2 State the scan mode selected. 1 H37. Copy the scan summary. 2 H1 H2 H310. Choose and apply any of the 1 H1 following when spyware is detected - remove/quarantine the H2 identified object(s). State the action taken. 1 H3 8 Total Mark Actual Mark DateCandidate’s Signature Assessor’s Signature------------------------------ ---------------------------------- Name : 46-
  47. 47. ACF.CW.LA1.S02.1 LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FORMLEARNING AREA: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETYName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S02 Impact of ICT on SocietyAspect : LA1.S02.1 Locate and present information on impact of ICT on societyInstrument : Verbal PresentationAssessment : 1/2/3 Maximum Mark Evidence Mark Obtained Remarks No. Criterion (to be filled by candidate if by necessary) H1 H2 H3 assessor1. Locate information from more than H1 one source. H2 Write the number of sources 1 referred. H34. Present the information in 5 to 10 1 H1 slides. H2 Write the number of slides used. 1 H37. Presentation includes: a. Topic 1 b. Content 2 c. Conclusion 1 Candidate present in class d. Sources of reference 1 Submit a soft copy OR hard copy of the presentation.8. Display cooperation. H1 a. Write the names of group 1 members. H2 b. Verbal verification from 1 group members or assessor’s observation. H3 10 Total Mark Actual Mark DateCandidate’s Signature Assessor’s Signature------------------------------ ---------------------------------- Name : 47-
  48. 48. ACF.CW.LA2.S03.1 LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FORMLEARNING AREA : COMPUTER SYSTEMName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S03 PC AssemblingAspect : LA2.S03.1 Assemble the components of a PCInstrument : DemonstrationAssessment : 1/2/3 Maximum Mark Evidence Mark Obtained Remarks No. Criterion (to be filled by candidate if by necessary) H1 H2 H3 assessor1. Fix the processor correctly. 1 H1 Write processor specification. 1 H2 H34. Fix the RAM correctly. 1 H1 Write RAM capacity. 1 H2 H37. Install the power supply unit 1 H1 correctly. H2 Write power (w) and voltage (V) 1 of unit. H310. Install the hard disk correctly. 1 H1 Write hard disk capacity. 1 H2 H313. Install the floppy drive AND/OR 1 H1 optical drive correctly. H2 Write drive(s) installed. 1 H316. Boot up of the computer 1 successfully.17. Check BIOS setup : Candidate demonstrate a. hard disk detected 1 b. floppy drive AND/OR 1 optical drive detected 13 Total Mark Actual Mark DateCandidate’s Signature Assessor’s Signature------------------------------ ---------------------------------- 48-
  49. 49. Name : ACF.CW.LA2.S04.1 LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FORMLEARNING AREA : COMPUTER SYSTEMName ofCandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S04 Software InstallationAspect : LA2.S04.1 Install operating system, application software and utility programInstrument : DemonstrationAssessment : 1/2/3 Maximum Mark Evidence (to be filled Mark Obtained Remarks by No. Criterion by candidate if assessor necessary) H1 H1 H11. Install an operating system. 2 H1 Write the name of the operating 1 H2 system installed. H34. Install application software. 2 H1 Write the name of the 1 H2 application software installed. H37. Install a utility program. 2 H1 Write the name of the utility 1 H2 program installed. H3 9 Total Mark Actual Mark DateCandidate’s Signature Assessor’s Signature------------------------------ ---------------------------------- Name : 49-
  50. 50. ACF.CW.LA2.S05.1 LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FORMLEARNING AREA : COMPUTER SYSTEMName of CandidateIC NoIndex NoConstruct : S05 Current and Future Development of Open Source Software and Latest Development in ICTAspect : LA2.S05.1 Explain the latest open source software available and the latest development in ICTInstrument : Written AssignmentAssessment : 1/2/3 Maximum Mark Evidence Mark Obtained Remarks No. Criterion (to be filled by by candidate if necessary) H1 H2 H3 assessor1. Explain the latest open source OS a. Meaning 2 b. TWO examples 22. Explain the latest open source application software a. Meaning 2 b. TWO examples 23. Explain the latest development in ICT Refer to submitted a. ONE hardware 2 written assignment b. ONE software 24. Explain pervasive computing a. Meaning 2 b. TWO examples 25. Follow required written assignment format a. content format 1 b. document format 16. Display cooperation. H1 a. Write the names of group 1 members. H2 b. Verbal verification from group 1 members or assessor’s H3 observation. 20 Total Mark Actual Mark DateCandidate’s Signature Assessor’s Signature------------------------------ ---------------------------------- Name : 50-

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