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GRADING SYSTEM

Presented by:
Michael Angelo B. del Rosario
GRADING SYSTEM
The University is guided by the
DepEd Order no. 8 series of
2015 also known as the
Policy Guidelines on
Classroom Assessment for
K to 12 Basic Education
Program on grading system
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What is GRADING SYSTEM?
The K to 12 Basic Education
Program uses a standard- and
competency based grading
system. These are found in the
curriculum guides. All grades will
be based on the weighted raw
score of the learners summative
assessments.
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What is GRADING SYSTEM?
The minimum grade needed to
pass a specific learning area
is 60%, which is transmuted
to 75% in the report card. The
lowest mark that can appear
on the report card is 60 for
Quarterly and Final grades.
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When is it effective?
Effective School Year (SY) 2015-
2016, the Policy Guidelines on
Classroom Assessment for K
to 12 Basic Education Program
Shall be implemented in public
elementary (K-6) and secondary
(Grades 7-12) schools
nationwide.
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When is it effective?
Non-DepEd schools (including UPHSL)
are urged to implement policy
guidelines as well. Non-DepEd
schools are permitted to modify this
policy guidelines according to their
schools Philosophy, Vision and
Mission with the approval of the
appropriate DepEd Regional Office.

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What is Classroom Assessment?

It is an integral part of
curriculum implementation.
It allows the teachers to track
and measure learners
progress and to adjust
instruction accordingly.

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What is Classroom Assessment?

There are two types of


assessment, namely,
formative and summative.

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What is the difference
between Formative and
Summative Assessment?
FORMATIVE SUMMATIVE
Track learners Measure learners
progress progress

Assessment for Assessment of


learning learning
Recorded but not Recorded and
used to report on used to report on
the learners the learners
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What is Summative
Assessment?
It is usually conducted after a
unit of work and/or at the end of
the entire quarter to determine
how well learners can
demonstrate content knowledge
and competencies articulated in
the learning standards.

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What are the components of
Summative Assessment?
COMPONENTS ACTIVITIES
Long quizzes, unit tests,
Written Work reflections, essays and
other written outputs.
Skills demonstration,
group presentation, oral
Performance Task work, multimedia
presentation, and research
projects

Quarterly Mid-Quarterly Exams


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What are the components of
Summative Assessment?
Academic Track TVL/ Sports/ Art
(STEM, ABM, HUMMS,
and Design
GAS)
Track
Core Work
COMPONENTS Immersion/
Work
Subject Immersion/R
Research/ All Other
All Other esearch/
Performance Subject
Subject Exhibit/
/Business
Performance
Enterprise/
Exhibit

Written Work 25% 25% 35% 20%


Performance
50% 45% 40% 60%
Task
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How is learners progress
reported?

For the Grades 11 and 12, two


quarters determine the Final
Grade in a semester. Grades
obtained from the first and
second quarters (1st Semester)
will be added and divided by
two to get the final rating.
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How is learners progress reported?

For Grade 11, 2nd Semester of ABM


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How is learners progress
reported?

Grades obtained in each


quarter are independent from
each other. This means that a
students performance in one
quarter is not affected by its
performance in the
preceding/succeeding quarter.
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How is learners progress
reported?
The numerical system of grading
shall be used and grades shall be
expressed in multiples of one(1).

The passing grade in any given


subject be 75% (transmuted
from 60%).

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How is learners progress
reported?
The learners grade will have
corresponding descriptors as
follows:
DESCRIPTORS Grading Remarks
Scale
Outstanding 90-100 Passed
Very Satisfactory 85-89 Passed
Satisfactory 80-84 Passed
Fairly Satisfactory 75-79 Passed
Did not Meet Below 75 Failed
Expectation
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How are learners promoted
or retained at the end of
semester/school year?
Requirements Decision
FINAL GRADE of at least
Promoted to the next
75 in all learning areas in
semester
a semester.
Must pass remedial
classes for failed
Did not Meet Expectation
competencies in the
in a prerequisite subject
subject before being
in a learning area.
allowed to enroll in the
higher-level subject.
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How are learners promoted
or retained at the end of
semester/school year?
Requirements Decision
Must pass remedial classes
Did not Meet Expectation for failed competencies in the
subjects or learning areas to
in any subject or learning
be allowed to enroll in the
area at the end of the next semester. Otherwise the
semester. learner must retake the
subject failed.

Earn the Senior High


Must pass all subjects or
School Diploma
learning areas in Senior
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HONORS and AWARDS
The committee on Honors and
Awards is composed of
Principal, Senior High School
Director, subject
chairpersons, the guidance
counselors and the subject
teachers.
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Who are qualified?
Any pupil/student may be a
candidate for honors even if
he is a transferee; provided
he has no grade lower than
85% in any subject in any
quarter within the school year

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Who are qualified?
There will be a set of honor to be
identified per specialization.
STEM
ABM
HUMMS
GAS
TVL
SPORTS
Arts & Design

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REFERENCES
DepEd Order No. 8, Series of 2015,
Enclosure 1
2010 Manual of Regulation for Private
School in Basic Education page 75
under Procedure in the ranking of honor
pupils and students.
UPHSL Basic Education Student
Handbook, Section 8, Academics,
Grading System, and Honors and
Awards
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