Assessment Policy 2018-19


 

At PEA, the process of deciding upon and measuring the quality and academic readiness in learning and acquiring knowledge is very much in line with the KHDA parameters and it encompasses the internal and external benchmarking requirements. These evaluation and assessment procedures have been duly put into place and teachers ensure that they are executed diligently keeping the annual tentative plan in view.
The purposes of assessment at PEA:

  • To assess student learning.
  • To identify student's strengths and weaknesses.
  • To assess the effectiveness of a particular instructional strategy.
  • To assess and improve the effectiveness of curriculum programs.
  • To assess and improve teaching effectiveness.
  • To provide data that assist in decision making
  • To communicate with and involve stakeholders in reviewing, refining and analyzing procedures.
PEA faculty firmly believes that assessment of student's performance should be developmental and continuous. In order to have thorough knowledge of student's achievement, it is essential to vary the type of assessment; formative assessment i.e., assessment for learning, and summative assessment i.e., assessment of learning.
KINDS OF ASSESSMENTS:
Evaluation and analysis of student's attainment and progress is done in three ways at PEA
  • Diagnostic Tests
  • Formative Assessment
  • Summative Assessment

DIAGNOSTIC TESTS:

These can also be labeled as "pre-assessments". They are conducted in all grades at the beginning of a new academic session so as to establish a baseline or a reference or starting point for the teachers. Diagnostic tests are conducted from the syllabus portion of the grade a student has just entered into. Results for the diagnostic tests are recorded in teacher's registers or folders and help them in identifying student's strengths and weaknesses in a particular skill/area. Keeping in view the essential items in subjects and their analysis. Establishing these, permits the instructor to remediate students and adjust the curriculum to meet each learner's unique needs.

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT:
It is an "assessment for learning". Topics covered in class are frequently tested in a number of ways by the teachers in the form of quizzes, oral and written tasks, problem solving worksheets etc. All classroom teacher-student interaction, structured classroom activities, self and peer assessment, class and home assignments, group work and class projects, student's voluntary participation and interest level as well as all feedback that helps in closing students learning gaps come under Formative Assessment.

Formative assessment aims to test skills needed for proficiency in a subject. Records of such assessment are kept and shared among teachers of a particular grade to identify and address the learning concerns and needs of any individual student. Progress in such assessments is tracked and used to adjust teaching strategies.

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT:

It is an "assessment of learning". It is done for the purpose of making final judgments about student's achievement and instructional effectiveness. Summative Assessment is considered an end point that sums up the performance or learning level of achievement of the students in any particular grade.

A student is promoted/ detained based on his/her overall summative result. Based on the three terms of an academic session (TERM: 1, TERM 2 and TERM 3) three summative assessments are conducted every year. Summative assessments are all written and questions formatted are on both objective as well as subjective pattern.

We believe that educational assessment determines how well students are learning, and is an integral part of our quest for improved education. It provides feedback to students, educators, and parents about the effectiveness of educational services. To this we make sure our teachers use questioning in an effective way to reflect student's understanding of the lessons. Teachers use assessment results to update planning .Assessment results provide good indications on where the students are, what they have learned, and where are their weaknesses.
The school is keen on benefiting from international best practices and International Benchmark Tests. Students are encouraged and provided with suitable and enough opportunities to appear in such tests. Later on, results are discussed and analyzed in the meetings with heads and coordinators of departments so that analysis is used to review the curriculum and rebuild / revise assessment procedures accordingly.

Internal Assessment Processes
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
At PEA, overall growth is essential to consider that all components of assessment play their role in the development of overall student's personal and academic success.
Diagnostic test, formative and summative assessments give insight into the overall development of a student.

 

  • The ultimate purpose of assessment is to support and enhance student's learning.
  • Every student is a complex individual with a broad spectrum of abilities, skills and knowledge
  • Assessment is to focus on all areas of students learning and development, that is core academics, intellectual ability, the arts, social and moral responsibility and physical fitness.
  • Assessment is to consider a wide range of relevant performance, formal and informal, standardized and non-standardized.
  • Assessment is to be based on valid standards such as grade level expectations, appropriate reference groups and individual aptitudes.
  • Assessment data is to be communicated to students, parents and community on regular basis.

Procedures:

The school is keen on benefitting from international best practices and International Benchmark tests. Students are encouraged and provided with suitable and enough opportunities to appear in such tests. Later on, results are discussed and analyzed in the meetings with heads and in charges of departments so that the tracked analysis is reviewed and curriculum changes are discussed and revised assessment procedures put into place.
Apart from class tests, weekly tests and unit tests, there will be specified dates for proper conduct of Formative and Summative tests on a regular basis.

Dates of all Formative and Summative Assessments are mentioned in the annual calendar of the school. A tentative schedule is given below:

Question Papers - including all written assessment sheets are set and prepared by concerned subject teachers. These papers are proofread by the subject heads and in charges. Final copies are given to the Exam section and returned to them after checking and rechecking by subject teachers and subject heads.

External, National and International Benchmarking

External assessments occur less frequently than internal assessments, but they usually have greater importance, more authority, and higher stakes attached to them. External assessments like FBISE,PISA, TIMSS, CAT-4 and ASSET have been used in PEA as indicators of both the educational achievement of students and the quality of instruction in this school.
It is conducted by the external bodies in a standardized manner during a certain period of time. The objectives of such tests are to enable students to achieve a certain level of proficiency and to demonstrate their abilities. It detects and locates faults and problems which often are overseen by internal systems. These national and international assessments provide in-depth information which is critical to know our school system better. Good performance and also to providing feedback for improvement in student outcomes is better reflected in the said assessments.

Benchmark tests:

The school is keen on benefitting from international best practices and International Benchmark tests. Students are encouraged and provided with suitable and enough opportunities to appear in such tests. Later on, results are discussed and analyzed in the meetings with heads and in charges of departments so that the tracked analysis is reviewed and curriculum changes are discussed and revised assessment procedures put into place.

External assessments occur less frequently than internal assessments, but they usually have greater importance, more authority, and higher stakes attached to them. External assessments like FBISE,PISA, TIMSS, CAT-4 and ASSET have been used in PEA as indicators of both the educational achievement of students and the quality of instruction in this school.

It is conducted by the external bodies in a standardized manner during a certain period of time. The objectives of such tests are to enable students to achieve a certain level of proficiency and to demonstrate their abilities. It detects and locates faults and problems which often are overseen by internal systems. These national and international assessments provide in-depth information which is critical to know our school system better. Good performance and also to providing feedback for improvement in student outcomes is better reflected in the said assessments.

Quality Indicator No.3.2 ASSESSMENT

Key findings of KHDA Report

Internal assessment uses a developing system of mostly unmoderated skills-based tests. Neither internal nor external tests are benchmarked effectively. The KG, uses ongoing formative assessment more effectively. Assessment data are not used effectively or systematically to inform teachers about students’ starting points, to adapt the curriculum or to improve teaching strategies. Consequently, students’ learning outcomes are not improving. Although work has begun across all areas to adapt the curriculum and introduce a more skills-based judgment of progress, especially in the primary and secondary phases, this is not having any discernible impact. In the high phase, this initiative is underdeveloped.

Criteria of good assessment

3.2.1 Internal assessment processes

1. Coherent (logical)

2. Consistent

3.Linked to the school’s curriculum standards

4.Valid and clear measures of students’ progress.

.
3.2.2 External, national and international benchmarking

Benchmarks students' academic outcomes against

1. External expectations

2. National expectations

3. International expectations .

Students attainment as

1. Individual targets

2.Groups targets in

a. F.A (Gr I-II)

b. ASSET/S.A (Gr III-VIII)

c. ASSET/FBISE (Gr IX) d. FBISE (Gr X,XI,XII)

3.2.3 Analysis of assessment data to monitor students’ progress

1. Assessment data are analyzed

2.Accurate and detailed information about individual progress

3.Accurate and detailed information about groups progress

4. Progress tracked over time

Items analysis of

1.Groups

2.Individuals

a. S.A (Gr I-II)

b. ASSET/S.A (Gr III-VIII)

c. ASSET/FBISE (Gr IX) d. FBISE (Gr X,XI,XII)

3.2.4 Use of assessment information to influence teaching, the curriculum and students’ progress

Assessment information is used effectively to influence

1. Teaching

2.Curriculum in order to meet the learning needs of all groups of students and enhance their progress.

Modify (for groups and individuals)

1. DLP according to FA each day/week

2. Review curriculum in the light of items analysis of international tests

3.2.5 Teachers’ knowledge of, and support for, students’ learning

1. Teachers have good knowledge of the strengths' and weaknesses of individual students. They provide well- focused

2. Challenge,

3. Support,

4. Feedback and

5. Follow-up.

6.Students are involved in assessing their own learning.

1. Individual Assessment Data Record

2. DLPs should composed of activities like

a. Challenge/support,

b. Students’ self-evaluation 3. Detailed individual report card

 

Guidelines for Diagnostic tests

When; Diagnostic testing is a form of assessment that occurs before teaching begins during first 02 weeks of the session.

What for(Purpose); The purpose of administering diagnostic tests is to try to determine what students already know about the concepts and skills to be covered. The tests can determine if differentiated is required, and discover students' strengths, weaknesses, and misconceptions.

How; Diagnostic tests are designed to closely follow what will be asked on a summative assessment and can be used to predict how well students will perform in internal/international tests. Educational diagnostic testing can be used to evaluate students' level of academic achievement and learning potential and can sometimes lead to additional assessments if warranted by students' responses. Standardized tests (designed mutually and agreed by all of the members of the team) should be be used as diagnostic tools to determine students' level of prior knowledge. One-on-one interviews/oral tests/observation based tests may also be used as a diagnostic tool.

Portion/course/content; The purpose of administering diagnostic tests is to try to determine what students already know about the concepts and skills to be covered. Diagnostic tests can also be called pre-assessments, predictive assessments, or diagnostic pretests.

Usage; Using diagnostic testing can help teachers plan differentiated teaching, lesson plans, teaching strategies, and other classroom techniques to help all students in the classroom achieve their targets. Diagnostic testing can be a very useful tool for teachers, because it can tell them where their students are with respect to what they are planning to teach them. For example, a teacher is planning to begin mathematics teaching with how to add and subtract fractions. If diagnostic testing shows that the entire class has already mastered that concept, but not how to multiply and divide fractions, then the teacher modifies the lesson plan to begin with multiplication and division of fractions. If diagnostic testing shows that half the class has mastered the concepts and half has not, then the teacher may decide to implement differentiated teaching. By beginning teaching with where students are, additional teaching time is gained which can be used to go over concepts the class has not mastered more slowly or cover more concepts than originally anticipated. Conversely, if the teacher was planning on beginning teaching with adding and subtracting fractions but diagnostic testing shows that students have not mastered simple addition or subtraction, the teacher should begin there. Diagnostic testing can also help teachers plan their teaching and develop curriculum by helping to determine whether or not classroom teaching is closely aligned with international tests.

Using Diagnostic Tests Efficiently Teachers need to identify what competencies they want their students to have mastered. Based on that information, they must decide what tasks students should complete in order to determine each student's level of readiness regarding the competencies. Teachers can then go over their lesson plans and make any necessary adjustments. Diagnostic tests should not be too large or complex and should only look to assess specific skills and concepts. Diagnostic Testing in the Classroom Diagnostic testing must be aligned with predetermined learning objectives and should be built into the regular classroom routine. The assessments should be relatively short, valid, and free from bias.  

Summary of Data Analysis (Items Analysis) of Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

Grade Eng. Math Sci. Urdu Arabic Islam S.S/P.S C. Sci. M.E
III

I.A (Areas)

I.A (Areas; Skills)

I.A(Areas &Skills) I.A (Areas) I.A (Areas) I.A (Areas; Skills) N.A N.A N.A
IV -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- N.A N.A N.A
V -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- N.A N.A N.A
VI -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- N.A N.A N.A
VII -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- N.A N.A N.A
VIII -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- N.A N.A N.A

 

For Grade IX, X, XI & XII All Subjects Items Analysis of Questions will be done only. Questions/papers will be set as per pattern of FBISE exams.

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal, external and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

Summary of maximum Marks/Duration ofSummative Assessment

Grade III to VIII Eng. Math Sci. Urdu Arabic Islam S.S/ P.S C. Sci. M.E
Max Marks

100

100

100 100 100 100 50 50 50
Duration 03 hrs. 03 hrs. 03 hrs. 03 hrs. 02 hrs. 02 hrs. 02 hrs. 01 hrs. 01 hrs.

 

Date sheet/Combination of papers

Grade

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7

III

Math

Islam,C.Sci

English

S.S,M.E

Science

Urdu

Arabic

IV

Arabic

Urdu

Science

English

S.S,M.E

Islam,C.Sci

Math

V

English

S.S,M.E

Islam,C.Sci

Math

Arabic

Urdu

Science

 

Grade

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7

VI

Math

Islam,C.Sci

English

S.S,M.E

Science

Urdu

Arabic

VII

Arabic

Urdu

Science

English

S.S,M.E

Islam,C.Sci

Math

VIII

English

S.S,M.E

Islam,C.Sci

Math

Arabic

Urdu

Science

 

Assessment Pattern (Mode of attempting paper/questions)

Grade

Eng.

Math

Sci.

Urdu

Arabic

Islam

S.S/P.S

C. Sci.

M.E

III

All Qs. on the same sheet except the last on separate sheet

All Qs. on the same sheet

All Qs. on the same sheet

All Qs. on the same sheet except the last on separate sheet

All Qs. on the same sheet

All Qs. on the same sheet

All Qs. on the same sheet

All Qs. on the same sheet

All Qs. on the same sheet

IV

-do-

-do-

Q. No. 1 same sheet, Rest of the Qs. on separate sheet

-do-

-do-

-do-

Q. No. 1 same sheet, Rest of the Qs. on separate sheet

-do-

-do-

V

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

VI

-do-

Q. No. 1 same sheet while rest of the Qs. on separate A.sheet

-do-

Q. No. 1 same sheet while rest of the Qs. on separate A.sheet

-do-

Q. No. 1 same sheet, Rest of the Qs. on separate sheet

-do-

-do-

-do-

VII

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

VIII

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

 

IX-XII

Q. No. 1 OMR,

rest of the Qs. on Answer sheet /FBISE Exam Pattern


 

 

English

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); II                                                           Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                                                    Max; Marks;100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Vocabulary + Spelling in context

20+10

Subjective/objective type Qs.

All Qs on the Same Sheet

2.

Grammar + Punctuation (Grammar usage)

20+10

3.

Reading comprehension

10

4.

Writing (Extended reasoning)

10

5.

Speaking Skill

20

 

 

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Grammatical Language skills

Writing

Literal Reading 

Extended reasoning 

Vocabulary

Spelling

Creative Writing

Unit test / Quizzes

Book Review

Research / Project

Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/ Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

English

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); III to V                                                 Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                                                   Max; Marks;100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Vocabulary + Spelling in context

20+10

ASSET based / PISA Based

MCQs + Objective

Same Sheet

2.

Grammar + Punctuation (Grammar usage)

20+10

Same Sheet

3.

Reading comprehension + literal comprehension

30

Same Sheet

4.

Writing (Extended reasoning)

10

Separate Sheet

 

Grade(s);  VI to VIII                                               Duration of paper;   3 hrs.                 Max; Marks;100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Vocabulary + spelling

20+10=30

ASSET based / PISA Based

MCQs + Objective

Same Sheet

2.

Grammar + Punctuation

20+10=30

Same Sheet

3.

Reading + literal – Critical Comprehension

25

Same Sheet

4.

Writing / Extended Reasoning

15

Separate Sheet

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

Grammatical Language skills

Writing

Literal Reading 

Extended reasoning 

Vocabulary

Spelling

Creative Writing

Unit test / Quizzes

Book Review

Research / Project

Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/ Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak


 

 

English (Compulsory)

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); 9 (SCC – I)                                          Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                                                   Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

MCQs (Gr. & Lit.)

15

Parts

OMR Sheet

2.

Short Qs. (Gr. Lit. Comprehension)

39

 

Separate Sheet

3.

Long Qs. (Gr. + Composition)

21

 

Separate Sheet

 

Grade(s);  10 (SSC – II)                                        Duration of paper;   3 hrs.                 Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

MCQs (Gr. & Lit.)

15

 

OMR Sheet

2.

Short Qs. (Gr. Lit. Comprehension)

34

 

Separate Sheet

3.

Long Qs. (Gr. + Composition)

26

 

Separate Sheet

 

Grade(s);  11 (HSSC – I)                                       Duration of paper;   3 hrs.                 Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

MCQs (Gr. & Lit.)

20

 

OMR Sheet

2.

Short Qs. (Gr. Lit. Comprehension)

40

 

Separate Sheet

3.

Long Qs. (Gr. + Composition)

40

 

Separate Sheet

 

Grade(s);  11 (HSSC – II)                                      Duration of paper;   3 hrs.                                  Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

MCQs (Gr. & Lit.)

20

 

OMR Sheet

2.

Short Qs. (Gr. Lit. Comprehension)

40

 

Separate Sheet

3.

Long Qs. (Gr. + Composition)

40

 

Separate Sheet

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

Reading 

Writing

Grammar 

Spelling

MCQs Through Plickers

Unit test

Book Review

Term Assignment 

Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/ Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak


 

 

Mathematics

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); II                                                           Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                                                    Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Number and Quantity

50

MCQs

Short Q.A + Long Q.A

Same Sheet

Same Sheet

Same Sheet

2.

Space, shapes measurement geometry

30

3.

Algebra / Pattern

10

4.

Chance & Data

10

 

 

The assessment data of the following skills will be derived by analyzing assessment data (item analysis) of the above areas at the end of D.T/ S.A assessment.

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Application of Knowledge

Enquiry/ Reasoning

Interpretation

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Application of knowledge

Enquiry Reasoning

Interpretation

Mental Maths

Unit test 

Research / Project

Class participation

Assignment / Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

 Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Mathematics

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); III to V                                                 Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                                                    Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Number and Quantity

40

MCQs

Short Q.A + Long Q.A

Same Sheet

Same Sheet

Same Sheet

2.

Space, shapes measurement geometry

30

3.

Algebra / Pattern

10

4.

Chance & Data

20

 

 

The assessment data of the following skills will be derived by analyzing assessment data (item analysis) of the above areas at the end of D.T/ S.A assessment.

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Application of Knowledge

Enquiry/ Reasoning

Interpretation

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Application of knowledge

Enquiry Reasoning

Interpretation

Mental Maths

Unit test 

Research / Project

Class participation

Assignment / Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

 Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 


 

 

 

Mathematics

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); VI to VIII                                             Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                                                   Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Number and quantity and their use

40

MCQs 

Short Q.A + Long Q.A

Q. No. 1 MCQs - Same Sheet

2.

Spare, shape, measurement and geometry

40

Separate sheet

3.

Algebra / Pattern

10

Separate sheet

4.

Chance & Data

10

Separate sheet

 

The assessment data of the following skills will be derived by analyzing assessment data (item analysis) of the above areas at the end of D.T/ S.A assessment.

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Application of Knowledge

Enquiry

Interpretation

Reasoning

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Application of knowledge

Enquiry Reasoning

Interpretation

Mental Maths

Unit test 

Research / Project

Class participation

Assignment / Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

 Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 

 


 

 

Mathematics

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s);   IX                                                         Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Number & Operations

15

MCQ (Sec. A)

Same Sheet

2.

Geometry & measurement

36

Short Questions (Sec. B)

Separate sheet

3.

Algebra

24

Long Questions (Sec. C)

Separate sheet

4.

Information / Data handling

 

 

 

 

Grade(s);   X                                                          Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Number & Operations

15

MCQ (Sec. A)

Same Sheet

2.

Geometry & measurement

36

Short Questions (Sec. B)

Separate sheet

3.

Algebra

24

Long Questions (Sec. C)

Separate sheet

4.

Information handling

 

 

 

 

Grade(s);   XI – XII                                                Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

XI

XII

1.

Numbers system

20

20

MCQ (Sec. A)

Same Sheet

2.

Geometry & measurement

40

40

Short Questions (Sec. B)

Separate sheet

3.

Data handling

40

40

Long Questions (Sec. C)

Separate sheet

4.

Algebra

 

 

 

 

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of SA as well as FA will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Application of knowledge

Enquiry Reasoning

Interpretation

Unit test 

Research / Project

Class participation

Assignment / Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

 Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 


 

 

Science

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); II                                                           Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                                                   Max; Marks; 100

S. No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Life Sciences

40

Objective: MCQs, fill in the blanks, crosswords, True/ False, Labelling, tables for classification

Subjective: short Qs, Long Qs, drawing

Same sheet for all Qs.

2.

Physical Sciences

40

3.

World around Us

20

The assessment data of the following skills will be derived by analyzing assessment data (item analysis) of the above areas at the end of D.T/S.A assessment.

Labelling/ Naming

Analyzing

Questioning

Original Thinking

Comparing

Classifying /categorizing

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Observing

Communicating( Verbal & pictorial)

Analyzing

(Identify the parts of system, relate use to the properties, relate the parts to the function)

Original

Thinking

Comparing, Classifying,

Communicating,

Questioning

Operating simple devices

(How to use simple devices like torches, locks, lifts, fan, refrigerator, pencil sharpening etc.)

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 


 

 

Science

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); III - VIII                                               Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

III

IV – VIII

1.

Biology

30

MCQS + Subjective type

Same sheet for all Qs.

 Part 1 is on the same sheet while Rest of the Qs. on separate sheet

2.

Physics

30

3.

Chemistry

20

4.

Earth Sciences

20

 

 

The assessment data of the following skills will be derived by analyzing assessment data (item analysis) of the above areas at the end of D.T/S.A assessment.

Knowledge of basic science facts 

Conceptual understanding and comprehension

Reasoning and analysis skills

Original Thinking

 

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Knowledge of basic science facts 

Conceptual understanding and comprehension

Reasoning and analysis skills

Original

Thinking

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

 

Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 


 

 

Science

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); IX – X                                   Duration of paper;  As per FBISE pattern                                           Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Objective

12

MCQ’s (Sec. A)

OMR Sheet

2.

Short Q.A

33

Short Q.A (Sec. B)

Separate Sheet

3.

Long Q.A

20

Long Q.A (Sec. C)

Separate Sheet

4.

Practical

10

 

 

Grade(s); IX – XII                                Duration of paper;  As per FBISE pattern                                           Max; Marks;100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Objective

17

MCQ’s (Sec. A)

OMR Sheet

2.

Short Q.A

21

Short Q.A (Sec. B)

Separate Sheet

3.

Long Q.A (Sec. C)

21

Long Q.A (Sec. C)

Separate Sheet

4.

Long Q.A (Sec. D)

26

Long Q.A (Sec. D)

Separate Sheet

5.

Practical

15

 

 

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Critical Thinking

Enquiry

Reasoning

Interpretation

Problem Solving

Application of knowledge

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

 

Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 

 


 

 

Urdu

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); II – V                                                    Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                    Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

II

III-V

1.

Part – I        Vocabulary

25

MCQs + Objective type QS

All Qs on the same sheet.

Same Sheet

2.

Part – II      Comprehension

25

Subjective type QS

Same Sheet

3.

Part – III     Grammar

25

Subjective + Objective

Same Sheet

4.

Part – IV     Creative Writing

25

Subjective

Separate Answer Sheet

 

Grade(s); VI – VIII                                                 Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                                    Max; Marks; 100 

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Part – I        Vocabulary

25

Objective

Same Sheet

2.

Part – II      Comprehension

25

Subjective

Separate Answer Sheet

3.

Part – III     Grammar

25

Subjective

Separate Answer Sheet

4.

Part – IV     Creative Writing

25

Subjective

Separate Answer Sheet

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups .

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Reading/

Comprehension

Writing

Speaking

Listening

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Book

Review

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise before Unit test /Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 


 

 

Urdu

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); IX – X                                                   Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                  Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

IX

X

1.

MCQs

15

15

----

OMR sheet

2.

Short Questions

34

35

----

Separate Answer Sheet

3.

Long Questions

26

25

----

Separate Answer Sheet

 

Grade(s); XI – XII                                                Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                  Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

XI

XII

1.

MCQs

20

20

----

OMR sheet

2.

Short Questions

48

44

----

Separate Answer Sheet

3.

Long Questions

32

36

----

Separate Answer Sheet

 

Assessment Data will be used to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of FBISE assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Reading/

Comprehension

Writing

Speaking

Listening

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Book

Review

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise before Unit test /Monthly Basis

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 




 

 

Arabic

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); I – XII                                                   Duration of paper;  2 hrs.                                                   Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Reading

25

Written test all types of Qs.

Same Sheet

2.

Writing

25

Same Sheet

3.

Listening

25

Same Sheet

4.

Speaking

25

Oral

Oral

Item analysis the above areas.

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Reading

Writing

Speaking

Listening

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test/ Lesson test

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons.

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis / Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 


 

 

Islam

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); II                                                           Duration of paper;  2 hrs.                                                   Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Islamic Value and Principles

13

MCQs + Objective

Subjective type

Same sheet for all Qs.

2.

Islamic law and etiquettes

12

3.

Seerah (Life of Prophet S.A.W)

12

4.

Faith / Identity

13

 

Skills;

1.

Recitation

30

2..

Hifz

20

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas [paper+Recitation+Hifz]) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress of individual students as well as various groups.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Reading/

Comprehension

Recitation

Hifz

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 


 

 

Islam

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); III – IX (MOE)                                     Duration of paper;  2 hrs.                                   Max; Marks; 80-100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

III – V

VI – IX

1.

The Holy Quran & the Ahadeeth

9

MCQs + Objective

Subjective type

Same sheet for all Qs.

 Q. No.1/Part 1 is on same sheet

Rest of the Qs. separate sheet

2.

Islamic Value and Principles

9

3.

Islamic law and etiquettes

9

4.

Seerah (Life of Prophet S.A.W)

9

5.

Faith / Identity

9

6.

Humanity and the universe

9

 

Skills;

1.

Recitation

30

2..

Hifz

20

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas [paper+Recitation+Hifz]) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress of individual students as well as various groups.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Reading/

Comprehension

Recitation

Hifz

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 


 

 

Islam

Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); IX(FBISE)                              Duration of paper;  As per FBISE pattern Max; Marks; As per FBISE pattern 

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

MCQs

10

As per FBISE pattern 

As per FBISE pattern 

2.

Short Questions

24

3.

Long Questions

16

 

Assessment Data will be used to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Reading/

Comprehension

Recitation

Hifz

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 

 


 

 

Social Studies (UAE and Pakistan)

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment                                                        

 

Grade(s); II – VIII                                                 Duration of paper; 2 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 50

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

III

IV - VIII

1.

Geography  Part – I

15

MCQ

Same Sheet

Same Sheet

Same Sheet

Q. No. 1 MCQs Same Sheet

Rest of all of the Qs on separate A/sheet

2.

History  Part – II

15

Short Question

3.

Civics/National Education  Part – III

10

Long Question

4.

Economics   Part – IV

10

 

5.

Evaluation of sources and use of evidence  Part – V

 

 

6.

Communication and result presentation  Part – VI

 

 

 

Grade; IX (UAE Studies)                                     Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                                   Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

History      Part – I

10

MCQs, Map

Q. No. 1 - MCQs Same sheet (OMR)

Subjective separate sheet

2.

Geography      Part – II

24

Short Question

3.

National Education      Part – III

16

Long Question

4.

Economics      Part – IV

 

Match the column

5.

Evaluation of sources and use of evidence      Part – V

 

Fill in the blanks

6.

Communication and result presentation      Part – VI

 

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Critical Thinking

Debates &  Discussion

Reading & Comprehension

Map Reading

QUIZ / MCQs,  Plickers

Unit test  /

Monthly Test

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook Practical  & Workbook

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise before Unit test /Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Pakistan Studies

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); IX, X, XII                                               Duration of paper; 2 hrs& 30 mins                  Max; Marks;  50

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

MCQs

10

MCQs

OMR sheet

2.

Short Questions

24

Short Questions

separate sheet

3.

Long Questions

16

Long Questions

separate sheet

 

Assessment Data will be used to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Critical Thinking

Debates &  Discussion

Reading & Comprehension

Map Reading

QUIZ / MCQs,  Plickers

Unit test  /

Monthly Test

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook Practical  & Workbook

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per HW schedule

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise before Unit test /Monthly Basis

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 


 

 

Computer Science

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment   

 

Grade(s); II – VIII                                             Duration of paper; 1 hr.                Max; Marks; 50

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Part – I  = Objectives: MCQs

10

MCQs + Objectives

Same sheet

2.

Part – II =  Subjective Short Q/A

20

Short Q/A

Same sheet (II-V), Separate sheet (VI-VIII)

3.

Practical

20

Practical’s

Softcopy / Practical Notebook

No item analysis.

 

 

Formative Assessment

 

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

 

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Practical Workbook if any

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/Monthly Basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Computer Science

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment   

 

Grade(s); IX – XII                              Duration of paper; 3 hrs.                              Max; Marks; 75 &100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

IX

X

XI

XII

1.

MCQ

12

12

15

15

Objective

OMR sheet

2.

Sort Questions

27

27

39

39

Subjective

Separate Sheet

3.

Long Questions

16

16

21

21

Subjective

Separate Sheet

4.

Practical

20

20

25

25

Practical’s

Softcopy / Practical Notebook

 

 

75

75

100

100

 

 

No item analysis.

 

Formative Assessment

 

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Practical Workbook if any

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis

 

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

Moral Education

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); I – IV                                                     Duration of paper; 1 hr.                                                     Max; Marks; 50

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Cultural Studies

25

Comprehensions /MCQs

Same Sheet

2.

Character & Morality

25

Description /MCQs

Same Sheet

No items analysis

 

Grade(s); V – VI                                                   Duration of paper; 1 hr.                                                     Max; Marks; 50

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Civics Studies

50

Comprehensions

Same Sheet

 

 

 

Descriptive

Same Sheet

 

 

 

MCQs

Same Sheet

No items analysis

 

Grade(s); VII – VIII                                              Duration of paper; 1 hr.                                                     Max; Marks; 50

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Civics Studies

40

Comprehensions

Same Sheet

 

 

 

Descriptive

Same Sheet

 

 

 

Creative writing

Same Sheet

 

 

 

MCQs

Same Sheet

No items analysis

Assessment Data will be used to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

Behavioural Assessment Tool (BAT)

Goals

1st Term

Progress

2nd Term

Final Assessment

3rd Term

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

Community Action Project (CAP)

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/ Monthly Basis

Completed within the academic year

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

Moral Education

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s); IX – XII                                                 Duration of paper;   1 hr.                                                   Max; Marks; 50

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Cultural Studies

10

Comprehensions

Same Sheet Q. No 1 MCQs – OMR Sheet

2.

Civics Studies 

15

Descriptive Questions

Rest of the Qs on separate answer sheet

3.

Multi

15

MCQs

 

 

 

 

Creative Writing

 

 

 

 

Objective Questions

 

 

 

 

Long & Short Questions

 

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

Behavioural Assessment Tool (BAT)

Goals

1st Term

Progress

2nd Term

Final Assessment

3rd Term

 

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of S.A as well as F.A will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test

Term Assignment

Home Work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

Community Action Project (CAP)

At the end of the lesson

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/ Monthly Basis

Completed within the academic year

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

Economics

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s);   IX                                                         Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Evaluation & subject matter of Economics 

15

MCQ (Sec. A)

Same Sheet

2.

Basic Concepts and Market Forces

36

Short Questions (Sec. B)

Separate sheet

3.

(Demand & Supply) Production & Distribution

24

Long Questions (Sec. C)

Separate sheet

 

Grade(s);   X                                                          Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Money & Banking Concept and History

15

MCQ (Sec. A)

Same Sheet

2.

Trade & Economic Development

36

Short Questions (Sec. B)

Separate sheet

3.

Islamic System & Legacy

24

Long Questions (Sec. C)

Separate sheet

 

Grade(s);   XI                                                         Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Micro Economics (History + Demand and Supply)

15

MCQ (Sec. A)

Same Sheet

2.

Equilibrium (Utility + Consumption)

36

Short Questions (Sec. B)

Separate sheet

3.

Macro Economics ( Factors of Production)

24

Long Questions (Sec. C)

Separate sheet

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of SA as well as FA will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Reasoning

Application

MCQs through Plickers

Unit test 

Research / Project

Class participation

Assignment / Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

 Monthly Basis

 

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B

60-69.99

Good

C

40-59.99

Acceptable

D

0-39.99

Weak

 

 

Commerce Department

Diagnostic and Summative Assessment

 

Grade(s);   XI (P.O. Commerce)                         Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 75

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Sole Trade ship

15

MCQ

OMR Sheet 

2.

Partnership

36

Short Questions

Separate sheet

3.

Joint Stock Company

24

Long Questions

Separate sheet

4.

 

 

 

 

 

Grade(s);   XI (P.O. Accounting)                         Duration of paper;  3 hrs.                   Max; Marks; 100

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Accounting Cycle

20

MCQ (Sec. A)

OMR Sheet 

2.

Accounting for Bills of Exchange

30

Short Questions

Separate sheet

3.

Capital & Revenue

50

Long Questions

Separate sheet

4.

Rectification of Errors

 

 

 

 

Grade(s);   XI (Business Maths)                          Duration of paper;  2.5 hrs.                               Max; Marks; 50

S.No

Area/Part

Max. Marks

Nature of Questions

Mode of attempting

1.

Algebra

10

MCQ

OMR Sheet 

2.

Numbers

24

Short Questions

Separate sheet

3.

Financial Maths

16

Long Questions

Separate sheet

 

Assessment Data will be analyzed (Items analysis of the areas mentioned above) both of S.A and D.T to modify, enrich and develop curriculum and teaching for better attainment and progress in internal and international test. The assessment data will be compared with the data of external/international assessment to measure progress and attainment of individual students as well as various groups including the TDOs and those who show progress.

 

Formative Assessment

The following skills will be assessed regularly by allotting marks/points and then converting it into grading as per criteria given. Information regarding the areas/skills of SA as well as FA will be provided to students/parents through Transcript/Progress Report.

 

Critical Thinking

Problem Solving

Application of knowledge

Enquiry Reasoning

Interpretation

Unit test 

Research / Project

Class participation

Assignment / Home work

Class Work/Notebook /Workbook if any

As and when required during most of the lessons

At the end of the unit/chapter/exercise

Once in a term

Once in a term

As per weekly HW schedule

On weekly basis/

 Monthly Basis

 

 

Grading Criteria

Grade

Range in %age

Remarks

A+

90-100

Outstanding

A

80-89.99

Excellent

B+

70-79.99

Very Good

B