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DIVISION MEMORANDUM
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2019 LEYTE DIVISION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FAIR (LDSTF)
Public School District Supervisors/PICs Elementary and Secondary Schooi Heads Science
Teachers
All Others Concerned
. This Office, through the Curriculum Implementation Division (CID) in
consonance with PROJECT CRADLE will conduct the 2019 Leyte Division Science Fair,
dubbed as KahuSClyan at KaSClyahan, with the theme “Reinventing the Future: Advancing
Communities Through Science, Technology and Innovations” on October 9-11, 2019 at
Palompon South and North Districts and Palompon National High School, Palompon, Leyte.
. This will be a 3 - Day Live — in activity.
. The activity aims to:
a. promote Science & Technology consciousness and a culture of innovation among the
youth;

b. identify the most creative and innovative student researchers from the Elementary,
Junior, and Senior High School who shall represent the Division in the Regional
Science-Mathematics research fairs:

c. instill environmental and scientific values among pupils and students to motivate
actual involvement in worthwhile programs and projects for the scientific
environment; and

d. showcase the best practices and outputs of the participating schools on their
implementation of the Science Programs and Projects.

4. Participants who are qualified to join in all levels of competition both elementary
and secondary must be the first place winners in their respective districts (Elementary)
and high schools (secondary).
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Bepartment of Education Regional Office No. Vill (Eastern Visayas)
DIVISION OF LEYTE
“= Government Center, Candahug, Palo, Leyte
5. All school-based activities should be patterned from the Division Science Fair (please
see attached guidelines/mechanics). Results, of the various activities must be
submitted on October 1, 2019.

6. All 1st Place Winners from the District and School Level Competitions both elementary
and secondary are eligible to join the identified contests below:

A. Contests/Activity Elementary Secondary . ‘ 1 contestant for each Grade | 1 contestant for


each Grade 1. Science Quite level (Grades 3-5) level (Grades 7-12)
; . One contestant per district 1 contestant per School Environmental Quiz (either Grade 5
or 6) (either SHS or JHS) Science Investigatory Project
a. Life (Individual & Team w/ 3 One entry per district One entry per schoo! members)
One entry per district One entry per school
b. Physical (Individual & Team w/ 3 members) One entry per school
c. Robotics and Intelligent Machines (Individual & Team w/ 3 members) One entry per
school
d. Science Innovation Expo (Individual and Team w 3 One entry per school members)
e. On the S.Pp.0.T (Science Processes and Practices On-Site Test) (2 participants)
4. Sci-Dama ( pupil/student & teacher caiegory)
|. Elementary A. Water B. Power
I]. Secondary A. Electro B. Sci notation C. Thi Sci dama D. Thermo
Ill-IV (1 contestant / district) V-VI (1 contestant / district)
Grade 7 (1 contestant / school) Grade 8 (1 contestant / school) Grade 9 (1 contestant /
school) Grade 10 (1 contestant / school)
5. KahuSClyan at KaSClyahan Exhibit
1 entry per district
1 entry per School
6. SIM ( Teacher Category)
1 contestant per Grade Level (4- 6)
1 contestant per Grade Level (7- 10)
Scrap Art/Collage
1 contestant per district
2 contestants per school (1for JHS & 1 for SHS
Science Camp Course
open to all interested
open to all interested
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Department of Education
Regional Office No. Vill (Eastern Visayas) DIVISION OF LEYTE
. Government Center, Candahug, Palo, Leyte
9. Poster Making Contest
1 contestant per district
2 contestants per school (‘for JHS & 1 for SHS
7. Participants for the Scrap Art/ Collage are advised to bring the following
materials: Glue Stick Extension Wire Glue Gun Painting Materials
(except spray)
Illustration board
(Other materials to be used will be posted on Day-0)
. Aregistration fee of Php 200.00 shall be collected from the contestants and the coaches to
defray expenses for the honoraria, meals and snacks of the resource speakers, judges and
TWG, trophies, medals, camp course materials and other incidental expenses.
. Registration Fee will be collected on or before October 3, 2019. The participants should be
pre-registered by submitting the list (hard and soft copy) strictly following the format (see
enclosure) to the Science EPS after payment of registration fee is made at Division Cashier.
A photocopy of the receipt along with the parents’ permit (for student delegate) and
certification required should be submitted during Day 0. The District / Secondary Schoo!
may send a representative to register their contestants.
10.Assignments of rooms/quarters will only be upon arrival at the venue to be
facilitated by the assigned secretariat/Registration at Palompon South and Palompon
North District and Palompon National High School. (No reservation is allowed).
11.Complete Attendance in all Camp Courses of Students, Coaches, Science
Teachers, District Science Coordinators, and Science Department Heads will entitle them to
receive a Division Certificate of Participation.
12. Contestants and coaches have to bring the following:
a. Sleeping kits
b. Sci-Dama (Sci-Dama Board)
c. Science Quiz (Show me board, eraser)
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Center, Candahug, Palo, Leyte = d. KahuSClyan at KaSClyahan Exhibit (Tents, canvass) __ e.
Trash bags 13. Decisions of the Board of Judges in the different competitions from the
District and Division Levels are final and irrevocable.
14. District Level/ school competitions have to be scheduled within the month of
September to give ample time for the contestants to prepare for the higher level
competitions.

15. SIP manuscripts must be submitted to the Division Scientific Review Committee (SRC)
c/o EPS in Science on October 3, 2019. Also, SIM must be submitted to the contest in-
charge before noon on Day 0.

16.All Congressional Area and Districts must be represented in the KahuSClyan at


KaSClyahan Exhibit Contest in both Elementary and Secondary.
17. Please see enclosures of contest guidelines and criteria in judging for the new
identified contests.

18. Transportation, travel expenses and registration of participants coaches and TWG
shall be charged against school MOOE Fund/ Science Club Fund, SEF and PTA Funds
subject to COA rules and regulations. Technical Working Group is expected to be in the
venue on October 8, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.
19. Immediate and wide dissemination of this MEMORANDUM is desired.
RONELO All K. FIRMO, Ph.D., CESO Schools Division Superintendent
Dep Ed, DIVISION OF LEYTE | CANDAHUG, PALO: LEYTE
Enclosure: as stated e: Fe Reference: DepEd Memorandum No. 113 s. 2019 RE i e Pa. Bal |
Allotment: 1-2-3 (DO50-97) CREC bs ) To be indicated in the Perpetual Index under the
following subjects: BY: ~ ve . } DATE: IA Competition Elementary Science Secondary
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Enclosure No. | to Division MemoS5!_ s, 2019
GUIDELINES ON THE DIVISION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FAIR 2019-2020
Guidelines to the 2019 2019 Leyte Division Science Fair (basis and excerpted from:
Guidelines to the RSTF S.Y. 2019-2020)
The 2019 Regional Science, Technology Fair (RSTF) follows and contextualizes the
guidelines of the national level fair, which is an |SEF-affiliated fair. As such, the
requirements for affiliated fairs should be met and followed as stated in the ISEF guidelines
mentioned on the succeeding pages of this Memorandum.
1. The Science and Technology Fair
The STMF aims to promote Science, Technology, and consciousness and a culture of
innevation among the youth. The STMF also aims to identify the most creative and
innovative Student researchers from the elementary and Junior and Senior High School
who shall represent the region in the national Science research fairs.
In addition to the existing research competition, there shall be another contest within the
fair as described below, and with separate guidelines as per next enclosure:
On the S.Pp.0.T. (Science Processes and Practices On-Site Test)
e one of the contests for the National Festival of Talents for Science
e aims to enable learners to apply science and __ thinking skills to solve problems that have
a local, national and global impact, and
e allows the contestants to become problem solvers by addressing social, scientific and
environmental issues through the application of 21st-century skills.
2. The Research Competition
The competitions will be conducted among Elementary and the Junior and Senior High
School learners from both public and private schools. The first-place winners in each of the
categories at the School Level (secondary) or District level (elementary) shall represent to
the Division STF competition as approved by the Division Scientific Review Committee
(SRC).
The competition will start at the school level advancing to the division, regional, national
then to the international level.
The participation of schools in the DSTF shall be clustered into four major categories: Life
Science, Physical Science, Robotics and Intelligent Machines and Science Innovation Expo.
For Elementary only the LS and PS categories, while for Secondary all 4 categories will be
conducted. These major categories are further classified into different subcategories.
Physical Science Robotics and Intelligent | Science Innovation (PS) Machines (RIM) Expo
(SIE)
Life Science (LS)

individual Team individual Team Individual Team 2 inventions Project Project Project
Project Project Project (Individual or Team)
3: Levels of Research Competition
School/Division Level
The conduct of the school/division level shall be done on a weekend to conform with
DepEd Order No. 7, s. 2019 (Calendar of School Events and Activities For SY 2019-2020).
The following are the forms and manuscripts to be submitted in ALL levels of the
competition: 1. RESEARCH PLAN 2. FORMS for all the projects A. Checklist for Adult
Sponsor B. Student Checklist (1A) C. Research Plan (NOTE: No need to attach the Research
Plan Instructions ) D. Approval Form (1B) E. Regulated Research Institutional/Industrial
Setting Form (1C) 3. FORMS depending on the type of research (e.g involving humans,
vertebrate animals, hazardous chemicals, etc.) A. Qualified Scientist Form (2) Risk
Assessment Form (3) Human Participants Form (4) Human Informed Consent Form
Vertebrate Animai Form (5A) Vertebrate Animal Form (5B) Potentially Hazardous
Biological Agents Risk Assessment Form (6A) Human and Vertebrae Animal Tissue Form
(6B) 1. | Continuation Project Form (7) 4. Abstract (Maximum of 250 words) The abstract
should include the following: A. Purpose of the experiment B. Procedure C. Data conclusion
roOanmmMmoow
The abstract may NOT include the following: A. Acknowledgement B. Work of procedures
done by the mentor
5. Research Paper (Include the Title Page, Abstract, Main Body, and References) Project
Evaluation Form
6. Scanned copy of the log book in pdf format
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Project of proponents should have been screened by the Scientific Review Committee (SRC)
at the school-level. All school level winners must be certified by the division SRC to join in
the division-level fair. Winners at the school level shall be officially endorsed to the division
office for the division- level. Likewise, the division-level winners shall be officially endorsed
to the regional office.
4, The Research Project
Science research/investigatory projects must conform with international rules and
standards published by the Society for Science and the Public, the International Rules for
Pre-college Science Research: Guidelines for Science and Engineering Fair 2020. Each
project is expected to have a Research Adviser and an Institutional Review Board (IRB) or a
Scientific Review Committee (SRC).
The research project should cover a maximum of twelve (12) continuous months, example
from January 2019 to December 2019.
Ethics Statement. Scientific fraud and misconduct is not condoned at any level of research
or competition. Plagiarism, use or presentation of other research’s work as one’s own and
fabrication of data will not be tolerated. Fraudulent projects are disqualified from the
competition.
5. Exhibit — Format*

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5.1 Display and Safety Regulations
The project display using multi-copy paper (mounted on a trifold illustration or wooden
board) summarizes the research project and must focus on the proponent’s work for this
year’s study, and if applicable, with only minimal reference to previous research.
Tarpaulins will not be used in the RSTF in support of the environmental advocacy of the
government in reducing the consumption of non-biodegradable or non-recyclable
materials.
The safety regulations that must adhere to or should be consistent with the guidelines
found on page 27 of the ISEF guidelines: 6.
(https://sspcdn. blob.core.windows.net/files/Documents/SEP/ISEF/2020/Rules/Rules-
Only.pdf).
The following items should be seen in the project display: Title, Abstract, Background,
Objectives, Significance, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion,
Recommendations, Bibliography and if applicable, Photo Credits (including illustrations
and graphics).
(Note: A proponent should not include his/her face in the project’s procedure/illustration
in the display, nor any logos or picture that may identify the school and/or the SDO)
5.1 Requirements for presentation by the Project Proponent/s to the BOJ during the
5.1.1 Congress
— 15 minute Oral Presentation (with or without Powerpoint presentation or similar app)
— Copy of the required forms and research write-up
— Project data book or student journal complete with dates of entry, number of pages, and
all other details (Refer also at ISEF Student Handbook website:
(https://sspcdn.blob.core.windows.net/files/Documents/SEP/ISEF/2020/Rules/R ules-
Only.pdf).
• Actual product/invention can be presented 1.2. Exhibit
Copy of the required forms and research write-up Brochures about the product/invention,
if needed Actual product/invention ONLY for Innovation Expo
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5.2 Researchers’ Attire - Poster Display: school/division delegation uniform - Congress
Proper: Corporate Attire
Research Manuscript a. Must be accomplished and submitted in three (3) hard copies, soft
bounded, and color coded, with earmarks (per Forms/Parts required). b. Color codes:
Life Science (LS) Physical Science | Robotics and Intelligent | Science Innovation (PS)
Machines (RIM) Expo (SIE) Individual Team individual | Tearn Individual Team 2
inventions Project Project Project | Project Project Project (Individual or Team) GREEN |
YELLOW; BLUE RED ORANGE VIOLET PINK
c. Upon submission, this will also be coded as to its category and project, e.g. Life Science
Individual with the code LS-I.
7, Criteria for judging
Team Category
_Creative Ability 25%
Scientific Thought and Engineering Goals 25%
_Thoroughness 12%
Skill 12%
| Clarity 10% Teamwork 16%
| Total 100% Individual Category
_Creative Ability 30% |
Scientific Thought and Engineering Goals 30% |
_Thoroughness 15% a
Skill 15%
_ Clarity 10%
Total | 100%
Guidelines for the “On the S.Pp.0.T. (Science Processes and Practices On-Site Test)”
Component Area _ | Science, Technology and Grade Level Junior to Senior High School
enrolled in Public Event Package —| On the S.Pp.0.T. (Science Processes and Practices On-
Site Test) — No. of Two Contestants Time Allotment Six (6) Hours Description The
competition enables learners to apply science and thinking skills to solve problems that
have local, national and global impact. It allows the contestants to become problem solvers
by addressing social, scientific and environmental issues through the application of 21*
century skills. (Part 1) Percentage Discussion/Arguments 7 (based on scientific,
technological and other valid 60% assumptions, Feasibility of the proposed solution Clarity
of presentation 30 % (ability to effectively communicate solutions) Evidence of effective
collaboration 10% TOTAL 100% Criteria for (Part Il) Assessment
Organization/Discussion/Arguments (based on scientific, technological and other valid 50
% assumptions, Feasibility of the proposed solution) Relevance of data used 20% Clarity of
Presentation e Written 15% e Oral 10% Evidence of effective collaboration 5% TOTAL
100%
Contest Mechanics
General Guidelines Part | — One-Minute Presentation
1. The first part of the contest is the One-Minute Presentation of the project proposal
where the teams shall develop and present their proposal to the panel of judges of
their solution about a real-world problem/scenario of local or global importance. The
situation containing the problem shall be given on-site on the day of competition.

2. The contestants are given 2 hours to conceptualize and prepare their slides for
presentation. All presentations shall not bear any markings that identify their
school/SDO. The contestants may use the internet and other printed resources in
developing their presentation, however, the teams are not allowed to confer with their
coaches while the contest is on-going. Any form of communication between the
contestants and other parties (coach, parents, classmates, teachers, etc.) shall warrant
automatic disqualification.

Format of Research Paper


Investigatory papers that were reviewed by the national SRCs in the past years were found
to have inadequacies in the content, particularly in the areas cited below. To ensure that
the investigatory papers are of good quality, students must adhere to the guidelines shown
below. These can be found in the Guidelines and in the Student Handbook and Research
Plan Instructions published in the website (https:/Awww.societyforscience.org).
|. Research Plan: (This is compiled separately from the rest of the investigatory paper): All
projects should include the following: A. Question or Problem being addressed B. Goals
/Expected Outcomes /Hypotheses C. Description in detail of method or procedures (The
following are important and key items that should be included when formulating ANY AND
ALL research plans.) e Procedures: Detail all procedures and experimental design to be
used for data collection. e Data Analysis: Describe the procedures to be used to analyze the
data/results that answer research questions or hypotheses. D. Bibliography: List at least
five (5) major references (e.g. science journal articles, books, internet sites) from your
literature review. If you plan to use vertebrate animals, one of these references must be an
animal care reference.
c. Project Data Book:
A project data book is your most treasured piece of work. Accurate and detaiied notes
make a logical and winning project. Good notes show consistency and thoroughness to the
judges and will help you when writing your research paper. Data tables are also helpful.
They may be a little ‘messy’ but be sure the quantitative data recorded is accurate and that
units are included in the data tables. Make sure you date each entry.
cl. Abstract:
The abstract should be 250 words or less. Do not discuss specific aspects of the research in
great detail, including experimental procedures and statistical methods. Any information
that is unnecessary to include in a brief explanation should be saved for the written
research paper or the project exhibit board.
If the project is a continuation from a previous year, the abstract should summarize the
current
year’s work only. If mention of supporting research from the previous year(s) is necessary,
it must be minimal.
lf the abstract text includes special characters, such as mathematical symbols, which won’t
be translated electronically, please spell out the symbol.
Do not include acknowledgments in the abstract. This includes any references to mentors,
institutional facilities, and awards or patents received. .Research Paper:
A research paper should be prepared and available along with the project data book and
any necessary forms or relevant written materials. A research paper helps organize data as
well as thoughts. A good paper includes the following sections.
TITLE
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTI ON
LITERATURE REVIEW
METHODOLO GY
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
q CONCLUSION ;
The bibliography is part/component of the research paper Sample Abstracts
2018 ISEF Second Grand Award, Energy Physical
2018 ISEF Third Grand Award, Earth and Environmental Science
Solar-Tracking Adaptive Robot PV Panels
Biosorption of Manganese Mine Effiuents Using Crude Chitin from Shell Wastes of
Philippine Bivalves
By Cadores, Keith Russel ; Rivera, Eugene ; Manzanero, Joscel Kent Adviser: Johnny T.
Samino
By Saquin, Elaine ; Molejona, Randt Adviser: Ronilo Aponte
The leading sources of energy globally are oil, coal, and natural gas - fossil fuels that can be
depleted, and whose access and use greatly impact the environment. Hence, much study
has been made of renewable energy sources and use, including hamessing solar power
through a photovoltaic cell. The study aimed to improve the power harvesting and
generating capacity of photovoltaic cells by designing and building a solar device that
mimics a flower opening when the sun is out, tracks the sun’s movement, closes when the
light source is no longer detected and responds to humidity and temperature to maximize
power generation. Six (6) photovoltaic panels are mounted on a base operated by servo
motors and controlled by Arduino module. Electronics, servo motors, Arduino, and
humidity sensors were acquired commercially. Other material included those repurposed
from a broken umbrella and electric fan, and scrap acrylic sheets. The device's performance
was compared to that of a fixed-mounted photovoltaic panels at different angles. The fixed
setup generated 4.71W while the petal panels produced 6.95W, a 47.72% increase. Taxing
the power consumption of the device to the power it generates gives an average of 6.09W.
This translates to a 29.29% improvement from the 4.71W generated by the fixed panel
setup. T-Test for Dependent Means was used and showed that there is a significant
difference between the power generations of the two setups (p= 0.000261, a= 0.05). This
robotic design amplifies capacity to harness solar power through a photovoltaic cell.
The area around Ajuy river in lloilo, Philippines is currently being mined for manganese
ore, and river water samples exceed the maximum manganese contaminant level set by US-
EPA. At the same time, the surplus of local bivalve waste is another environmental concern.
Studies show _ that chemical treatment compromises water quality leaving toxic residues,
and an altemative treatment process is biosorption, or using the physical and chemical
properties of a biomass to adsorb heavy metals in contaminated water. The study aims to
extract crude chitin from shell wastes of Bractechlamys vexillum, Perna viridis, and
Placuna placenta and determine its adsorption capacity on manganese in simulated and
actual mine water. Crude chitin was obtained by pulverization, deproteinization,
demineralization, and decolorization of shells. Biosorption by flocculation followed 5 g: 50
mL chitin-to-water ratio. Filtrates were analyzed using MP-AES after 24 hours. In both
actual and simulated mine water respectively, B. vexillum yielded the highest adsorption
percentage of 91.43% and 99.58%, comparable to P. placenta of 91.43% and 99.37%, while
significantly different to P. viridis of -57.14% and 31.53%, (p<0.05). FT-IR validated the
presence of chitin in shells based on carbonyl-containing functional groups at peaks 1530-
1560 cm-1 and 1660-1680 cm-1. SEM micrographs showed the amorphous and non-
homogenous structure of chitin. Thus, crude chitin from B. vexillum and P. placenta can be
bio-sorbents for water treatment of manganese-impacted effluents, and promote
appropriate waste management of local bivalves
Sample Titles of Science Investigatory Projects (Source: List of 2019 National Science and
Technology Fair finalists)
LIFE SCIENCE
Bioactive Component, Antioxidant Activity, and Antidiabetic Properties of Muntingia
calabura Linn. (An In Vitro Study) by Maria Isabel Layson (lloilo National High School)
Environmental Indication System of Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes): A New Short-term
Test System Bioindicator by John Arnold Legolas T. Rojas (Oriental Mindoro National High
School)
Antifungal Silver Nanoparticles And Evaluation Of Ayangili (Acacia Confusa) Pericarp
Extract Against Rice Blast Fungus (Magnaporthe) by Mike Ryan S. Paimaera, Krizzler Faith
M. Montafio, & Jefferson R. Pagangpang (General Santos City NHS)
Effectiveness of Bioluminescence from Uroteuthis spp. in Detecting Meat Freshness by
Angelica Ann A. Gracia, Rij Angelo A. Querubin, & Loise Jabson DL. Rada (Santa Rosa STHS)
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
Nanotechnology For Biomedical Application: Development Of Nanosilica-Based Delivery
System For Topical Anesthetics (Lidocaine) by Mikael C. Sagun (Munoz National High
School)
Diversification Of Tagum Marine Ecosystem: Utilization Of Discarded Mollusk Shell In Reef
Ball Production by Carmelo A. Fidelino (Landy National High School)
Hibla: An Alternative Sound Absorption Material by Neil David C. Cayanan, Shaira C. Gozun,
& E’van Relle M. Tongol (Angeles City Science High School)
Optimizing Surface Evaporation Of A More Efficient Solar Still by Rozel M. Bonaobra li,
Hanz Joshua M. Salvacion, & Noel Irvin M. Titong (Masbate NCHS)
ROBOTICS AND INTELLIGENT MACHINES
Sonar Sensor-based Assistive Technology for Visually Impaired and Blind People by Lloyd
Nathanael T. Reyes (Cagayan NHS)
Project Alapaap! Development and Evaluation of Low-cost Robotics Instrument for
Teaching Linear Mechanics Using Arduino and Augmented Reality by Kristian Paolo P.
David (Quezon City Science High School)
Automated Water Sprinkler System on Horticulture by Keilah S. Bagares, Kyle Anthony F.
Nierras, & Felmark lan P. Villamor (Western Leyte College of Ormoc City)
Automated Temperature and Humidity Monitoring System for Quality Content, Drying, and
Storing of PSB RC82, RC152, NSIC RC132H, and Hydra Rice Varieties by Alpha Kassandra
Leonille A. Acain, Lester John T. Sabadao, & Lia Denise T. Tan (Cagayan National High
School) INNOVATION EXPO - _|-PAROL: An Interactive, Integrated and Innovated Lantern
by Bianca Ma. Krista M. Angeles & Jan Mackenzie G. Guese (Information Communication
Technology High School)
• SUPER CLOTH : Aroma-Releasing Facbric with Antimicrobial and Insect Repellent
Activity by Kyla Czarina Q. Cello (Muntinlupa National High School)

• FLODITURE: A Multifunctional Warning Device by John Rey V. Ramos, Raybert O. Cruz,


& Faye Aila A. Lagan (Narra National High School)

• Human Organ Elimination Game: A Turn-Based Card Game About Human Anatomy
And Pathology by Sofia Ysabelle C. Julia, Sean Red C. Mendoza, & Lejan Fernando Q.
Mojica (Manila Science High School)

Format of Paper Invention Report Invention Report Paper:


a) Title Page and Table of Contents: The title page and table of contents allows the reader
to follow the organization of the paper quickly.

b) Introduction:
1) Features and Specifications — This describes the details of your invention.
2) Market Trends and Opportunities — This part of the report must include three items:
what inspired you to develop this invention, an explanation of what problem your
invention will solve, and describe in detail how you determined that the invention that
you created did not already exist. Explain what products are already on the market
that are somewhat like your invention and describe how yours differs.
c) Materials and Methods: Describe in detail how you made your invention. Explain what
materials were used and how you put them together to make your invention. Your
report should be detailed enough so that someone would be able to repeat the steps
and make your invention. Directions on how to use the invention are also necessary
here. You must include a detailed drawing(s) of your invention.

d) Results and Discussion: This is the essence of your paper. Compare your results with
theoretical values, published data, literature and related studies, commonly held
beliefs, and/or expected results. Include a discussion of possible errors, statistics,
graphs, pages with your raw collected data, etc. How did the data vary between
repeated observations of similar events? How were your results affected by
uncontrolled events? What would you do differently if you repeated this project? What
other experiments should be conducted?

e) Conclusions: This discusses the potential applications, possible customer benefits, and
the impact of the problem in solving problems and issues of today and tomorrow. g)
Acknowledgements: You should always credit those who have assisted you, including
individuals, businesses and educational or research institutions.

f) References/Bibliography: Your reference list should be written based on the Chicago


Manual of Style. For more information, you may visit the websites below:

• http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html
• http://www.calvin.edu/library/knightcite/index.php
Format of Display Board for the Innovation Expo
Sample Format of Display Board for Science Innovation Expo
Title The title should be short but would capture the essence of the product/invention
Picture picture of the product/invention only Overview What problem is solved by the
invention? What
are the existing solutions and what limitations do these solutions have?
Key Features What are the novelty features of this invention? Benefits and What are the
benefits/impact of this invention to impact humans?
Developers’ Name | Who is/are the inventors?
Specifications: (follows the trifold format of the other SIP categories)
Judging Criteria:
The following criteria are used to evaluate each project:
(a) Originality & Innovation...........0.0.02...2.00 (30 %)
(b) Community Connection & Impact............. (25 %)
(c) Functionality and Quality.............cccc00eeees (25%)

(d) Utilization of Patent Information............... (20%)

The following are the members of the evaluation panel in each level:
A group judges that may be composed of the ff. listed below shall be members of the
evaluation panel who will select the qualified winners in each level:
(a) patent experis

(b) industry experts

(Cc) business experts


(d) business professionals (e) scientists
(e) field experts
(f) regional/division supervisors
Scrap/Collage Making Contest “GUIDELINES 1. There should be 1 contestant per district for
elem. and 1 contestant per school for Secondary. 2. The collage should revolve around the
sub-theme which will be announced by the facilitator during the contest. 3. The contestants
should come up with a three dimensional (3D) collage. 4. Contestants should provide one-
haif (1/2) size illustration board which will be used as the base of the collage artwork, glue,
scissors, and pentel pen. 5. The contestants may use other materials as announced by the
facilitators on Day 0. 6. The allotted time for the contest is two (2) hours. All entries shall be
submitted to the facilitators after the allotted time or may submit earlier without waiting
for the
lapse time. 7. Each output shall be identified by a number that corresponds to the
registration form. 8. Judging shall be based on the following criteria: Originality 40%
Relevance to the theme 40% Overall Impact 20% TOTAL 100%
9. Any violation of the aforementioned guidelines shall cause the disqualification of the
contestant concerned.
10. The decision of the judges is final and irrevocable.
ON THE SPOT POSTER-MAKING CONTEST * GUIDELINES
17. There should be 1 contestant per district for Elem. and 1 contestant per school for
Secondary.

18. The poster should revolve around the sub-theme which will be announced by the
contest facilitators during the contest proper.

19. The medium for visual artistry shall be oil pastel only. The required base paper is %
size illustration Board.

20. All materials shall be provided by the contestants. Borrowing of materials from the
other contestants shall not be allowed.

21. At the option of the contestant, he/she may use pencils to draft sketches of his/her
idea/concept. ( no markers or pentel pen allowed).

22. The allotted time for the contest is (2) hours, after which all entries shall be submitted
to the facilitators. Contestants may decide to submit his/her poster earlier without
waiting for the lapse of (2) hours.

23. Each poster shall be identified by a number that corresponds to the registration form.
8. Judging shall be based on the following criteria: The originality of ideas 45%
Relevance to the theme 35%

Overall Impact 20% TOTAL 100%


STRATEGIC INTERVENTION MATERIALS (SIM) IN SCIENCE *GUIDELINES: 1. Each
school/district shall have one teacher-contestant per grade level (Elementary (Grades 4-6)
Secondary (Grades 7-10). 2. Strategic Intervention Materials (SIM) shall be based on the
least-learned skill of the students. 3. The material should be at a low cost. 4. Judging shall
be based on the following criteria:
SUBTASKING 15 pts. CONGRUENCY 15 pts. USABILITY/FUNCTIONALITY 45 pts.
REPLICABILITY 25 pts. TOTAL 100%
5. The following are the parts of the SIM that should be observed.

6. Entries should be submitted on Day 0 of the Science Fair. (Submission is at the


registration area of the Science Fair to the committee/ technical working group in
charge.)

GUIDE CARDS 1. Gives a preview of what the students will learn. 2. Stimulates interest in
the topic. 3. Presents the focus skills. a. Mentions the learning competencies. b. States at
least 3 sub-tasks (activities). c. Builds on prior learning/pre-requisite skills. d. Mentions the
concrete outcome or product of the student that are expected to demonstrate/produce. 4.
Cites briefly the activities. 5. Challenges the learner in performing the task.
ACTIVITY CARD 1. Translate the focus into 3 activities. 2. Provides an activity that: a. Are
organized based on the sequence on the focus skills. (in the Guide Cards) b. Have clear
directions. c. Provides exampies to concretize the concepts, particularly those that are
drawn from the real-life experience. d. The students complete independently, in pairs or in
small groups. e. Allow the students to make discoveries and formulate ideas on their own.
f. Guides and challenges student's thinking and learning.

g. Uses local situations (e.g. interacting with the people in the community)

h. Provides transition statements that recognize student's accomplishments.

ASSESSMENT CARD 1. Provides exercises, drills or activities that allow students to: a.
Assess their understanding of what they learned and correct errors when appropriate. b.
Monitor their learning and use feedback about their progress.
2. Formulated standards test formats to give students to practice techniques.
3. Give clear directions

4. Provides Answer Key (in separate card)

ENRICHMENT CARD 1. Provides Activities that reinforce the content of the lesson. 2.
Provides opportunities for students to: a. Apply what they learn to other subject areas or in
a new context.
b. Work independently or in groups to explore answers to their own questions
REFERENCE CARD 1. Provides reading that relates the content with student's life
experiences. 2. Provides a careful list of resources that: a. Will reinforce concepts/skills
learned. b. Provide additional content not found in the textbook. c. Students may refer to
for reading. Enclosure No. _2 to Division Memo No. _46T s, 2019 2019 LEYTE DIVISION
SCIENCE FAIR: KahuSClyan at KaSClyahan REGISTRATION FORM School: District: Area:
INSTRUCTIONS: Submit soft and hard copies of this Form to the Registration Committee.
Use Excel only with entries in Bookman Old Style, 12 Fontsize, all in uppercase. DO NOT
merge cells in rows or in columns. Add rows, if necessary.
Name of Contest No. Name of Contestant Grade Level Name of Coach Contact No. (First
Name MI Surname) (First Name MI Surname)
School/District Representative
Total No. of Student- Participants: Registered by: Totak No. of Teacher-Paticipants: TOTAL
Participants:
Registration Comm. Representative CRITERIA for KahuSCiyan at KaSClyahan SCIENCE
EXHIBIT
Criteria % Score Content 50% Scientific Concepts are displayed through various learner
outputs Variety 40% The display showcases various learner outputs across 4 major science
disciplines (Biology, Chem., Physics and Earth Science) for Secondary & (General Science)
for Elementary 10%
Aesthetic appeal
The display is attractive/ inviting in nature.
TOTAL
100%