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TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

SCIENCE GRADE 7
THIRD GRADING PERIOD: S.Y. 2014 2015

Topics

1. Describing
Motion

2. Waves

3. Sound

Competencies
A. Describes the motion of an object in terms of
distance or displacement, speed or velocity, and
acceleration.
Given a statement about the characteristics of
motion, the student will be able to describe the
following: distance, displacement, speed,
velocity and acceleration with 85% accuracy.
A. Explains how waves carry energy from one
place to another.
Given a statement, the student will be able to
explain the process of electromagnetic waves
with an example in one paragraph consisting
five sentences.
Given the problem, the student will be able to
differentiate the difference between transverse
from longitudinal waves with 90% accuracy.
Given a statement, the student will be able to
differentiate and mechanical waves from
electromagnetic waves with 90% accuracy.
A. Uses the concepts of wavelength, velocity, and
amplitude to describe characteristics of sound
such as pitch, loudness and quality.
Given the text about the concepts of
characteristics of sound, the student will be able
to interpret (in the given statement) the sound
wave properties (pitch, loudness, etc.) of at least
2 out of 4 concepts.
B. Explains sound production in the human voice
box and how pitch, loudness and quality of sound
vary from one person to another.
Given a statement about the sound
production in the human voice box, the

Knowledge/
Comprehension
15%

Process/
Skills
25%

Understanding
30%

Test I
(1,2,3,4,5)

Product/
Performance
30%

No. of Items
100%

Percentage

4
8%

Test V (1)
(Explain)
5pts.
Test I
(6,7,8)

10
20%

Test I
(9,10)

8
16%
Test II
(Application)
(1,2,3,4,5)

Test III

4. Light

5. Heat

6. Electricity

Total number of
item

student will be able to explain how sound


is produced with 85% accuracy.
A. Relates characteristics of light such as color
and intensity to frequency and wavelength.
Given a statement about the
characteristics of light, the student will be
able to design a new way in describing
the process of production of light.
A. Explains different modes of heat transfer in
terms of the movement of particles.
Given an illustration about the modes of
heat transfer, the student will be able to
list 3 out of 5 modes of heat transfer.
Given a statement about the modes of
heat transfer, the student will be able to
explain how is heat is transferred from
one object to the other with 85%
accuracy.
B. Identifies good and poor conductors of heat
and describe their specific uses.
Given an activity about heat conductors,
the student will be able to translate
A. Differentiates the three types of charges.
Given a statement of the different types of
charges, the student will be able to
differentiate between positively charged,
negatively charged, and neutral with 80%
accuracy.
B. Explains the importance of earthing or
grounding.
Given a statement, the student will be
able to explain why grounding is
necessary in electrical devices in one
paragraph.

(6,7,8)

Test IV
10%
(1,2,3,4,5)

Test II
(6,7,8)

28%
14

Test II
(3,4,5,6)
9

18%

50

100%

Test V (2)
(Explain
-5pts.)

12

15

15