Assessment Learning Competencies

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Assessment Learning Competencies

  1. 1. METHUSAEL B. CEBRIAN ASSESSMENT LEANING COMPETENCIES Subject: Mathematics Materials: pencil, ruler, glue, calculator Topic: Geometry Level: 1st year _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ At the end of the session, the student shall have developed the following: LEARNING COMPETENCIES 1. Build and manipulate representations of a two dimensional triangle into a three-dimensional figure and perceive an object from different perspectives. 2. Analyze properties and relationships of geometric shapes and structures. 3. Apply and adapt a variety of appropriate strategies to solve problems 4. Build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving. 5. Recognize and apply the knowledge in geometry in a real world context.
  2. 2. METHUSAEL B. CEBRIAN ASSESSMENT LEANING COMPETENCIES LEARNING TASK: RUBRIC FOR ASSESSING LEARNING: CRITERIA SELECTION 1 Beginning 2 Developing 3 Accomplished 4 Exemplary Score MECHANICAL DRAWING OF GEOMETRIC FIGURE Does not present a clear representation of the geometric figure. Measurements are inaccurate. The geometric figure is drawn as required but the projected views are presented with little attention to details. Views are presented, with attention to detail such as measurements. Work is complete, contain minor flaws. Consistently projects the views with high accuracy and attention to detail. Work is exceptionally neat and organized. 1. Draw an Isosceles Triangle in a drawing paper whose base is 5 inches and legs with 7 inches. Draw a total of 3 Isosceles triangle, with the same dimension. • Draw a square in the drawing paper with a base of 5 inches and a height of 5 inches.
  3. 3. METHUSAEL B. CEBRIAN ASSESSMENT LEANING COMPETENCIES LEARNING TASK: RUBRIC FOR ASSESSING LEARNING: CRITERIA SELECTION 1 Beginning 2 Developing 3 Accomplished 4 Exemplary Score FORMING 3D FIGURE Demonstrates little or no evidence of understanding of Geometry and its basic concepts. Unable to form a 3D figure of a Pyramid. Demonstrates a negligible ability and substandard skills Demonstrates a basic understanding of Geometry and its basic concepts. Inaccurate 3D figure is formed. Figure formed is somewhat complete but Demonstrates a general understanding of Geometry and its basic concepts. 3D figure is accurately constructed. 3D figure contains minor flaws, such as exceeding lines, and un erased drawings. 3D is skillfully and accurately built according to specifications. Work is exceptionally neat and organized. Demonstrates an in depth understanding of Geometry and its basic 2. Cut the 3 isosceles triangles and the square drawn from the paper and paste all the legs of the triangle together, paste the square at the bottom of the formed figure. The output should be a 3-dimensional representation of an isosceles triangle or in other words, a PYRAMID.
  4. 4. METHUSAEL B. CEBRIAN ASSESSMENT LEANING COMPETENCIES in performing the task. contains flaws. Drafting work is neat and organized. concepts and work is consistently correct. LEARNING TASK: RUBRIC FOR ASSESSING LEARNING: CRITERIA SELECTION 1 Beginning 2 Developing 3 Accomplished 4 Exemplary Score MEASURING AND COMPUTATION Few correct formulas used Little or no work shown Incorrect measurement of Used some correct formulas. Most calculations are shown. Minor flaws in Correct usage of the formulas. Presented correct solution but not in an orderly manner. Used the correct formulas All calculations correctly shown in orderly format Arrived at correct answer 3. Using a ruler, measure the PERIMETER of the triangle. • Using the ruler, measure the Height of the triangle. • Compute for the AREA of the triangle using the formula: A= ½ BH. • Based on the data taken from the pyramid, compute for its VOLUME; where, V=BH
  5. 5. METHUSAEL B. CEBRIAN ASSESSMENT LEANING COMPETENCIES the figure. measurement of the figure. LEARNING TASK: RUBRIC FOR ASSESSING LEARNING: CRITERIA SELECTION 1 Beginning 2 Developing 3 Accomplished 4 Exemplary Score PROBLEM SOLVING Unable to understand and solve the problem. Demonstrates little or no evidence of understanding of Geometry and its basic concepts. Solution incomplete or incorrect due to major error or numerous minor errors. Approach to the problem was inappropriate or would only lead to a partial solution. Misunderstood the problem Solution complete. Steps taken were logical and correct, but not very clear. Results were coherent and logical, but lacked complete sentences or correct units of measure. Approach was appropriate Solution complete. Steps taken were logical, correct, and very clear. Results are presented in a coherent and logical manner with complete sentences and correct units of measure. 4. Based on the activity, compute for the VOLUME, PERIMETER and AREA of the Pyramid of Giza in Egypt whose base is 125 feet and legs with 565 feet.
  6. 6. METHUSAEL B. CEBRIAN ASSESSMENT LEANING COMPETENCIES enough to cause errors in processes used to solve the problem. and systematic. Approach was efficient, sophisticated or creative and could lead to a solution.
  7. 7. METHUSAEL B. CEBRIAN ASSESSMENT LEANING COMPETENCIES enough to cause errors in processes used to solve the problem. and systematic. Approach was efficient, sophisticated or creative and could lead to a solution.

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