Grade 3 Whole Year Weekly Home Learning Plan | Grade 3 WHLP

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Conducting Assessment Remotely

Communicating the assessment task. In communicating the assessment task, teachers must ensure that the following details are explained:

  1. Objectives of the assessment task
  2. Roles of learners and parents/guardians
  3. Procedure and expected timeline
  4. Standards and rubrics

The teacher must consult the learners and, when necessary, parents/guardians, to allow room for adjustments/flexibilities needed, if any.

Record of progress. The collection and recording of evidences of learning is integral for monitoring student learning and development. Listed below are some sample strategies for this purpose:

  1. Self-Monitoring Tool (see Annex E; consider the needs of learners per key stage, e.g. early grades need assistance from parents, while older learners are expected to accomplish self-reflection tools on their own.)
  2. Check-ins of teacher with learner (during assessment period)
  3. Evidence of learning in the student’s learning portfolio

Feedback and Remediation

To benefit student learning, both formative and summative assessment must be accompanied with timely, constructive, and meaningful feedback based on the learner’s record of progress. In giving feedback, teachers need to maximize available communication options (e.g. writing feedback on the output, texting feedback via SMS, and using online channels, among others). Annex F provides a guide to help frame decisions on appropriate feedback to learners.

Consistent with DO No. 8, s. 2015, “teachers should ensure that learners remediation when they earn raw scores which are consistently below expectation” in summative assessments “by the fifth week of any quarter. This prevent a student from failing in any learning area at the end of the year.”

Grading and Promotion

The challenges brought to light by the coronavirus pandemic, specifically the implementation of different distance learning delivery modalities, have sparked larger conversation about the role grades play in student learning, prompting education sectors to rethink traditional grading schemes. The grading system implemented in this interim policy provides reasonable leniency to learners who put to a larger disadvantage by the pandemic, but at the same does not compromise the integrity and principles of assessment and grading.

Written works and performance tasks shall be administered to assess the content and performance standards that describe the knowledge, abilities and skills that learners are expected to demonstrate.

These tasks could be designed to include the following:

  1. Student’s Learning Portfolio that documents all the evidence of learning the grading period including self-reflections, self-evaluations of performance tasks guided by rubrics, and self-selected best outputs in learning modules.
  2. Minimum of four (4) written works and four (4) performance tasks within the quarter, preferably one in two weeks integrating two or more competencies.
  3. All competencies should be covered by the performance tasks (e.g. A performance task can be used to assess Science, Math, and English altogether for certain topics).

For the current school year, quarterly assessments shall not be administered. However, days allotted for quarterly assessments in DepEd Order 7, s. 2020 or the School Calendar and Activities for School Year 2020-2021, may be used for the presentation of major performance for the quarter that addresses the performance standard.

Quarterly Examinations were given a weight of 20% constantly in DO No. 8, s. 2015. Since it will no longer be a part of the grading system for this school year, its previously determined weight was distributed equally into Written Works Performance Tasks, allotting an additional 10% to each component. This maintains an emphasis on Performance Tasks for some learning areas.

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Whole Year Grade 3 WHLP

Grade 3 Whole Year Weekly Home Learning Plan

GRADE 3 – 1st Quarter Weekly Home Learning Plan

 

GRADE 3 – 2nd Quarter Weekly Home Learning Plan

 

GRADE 3 – 3rd Quarter Weekly Home Learning Plan

 

GRADE 3 – 4th Quarter Weekly Home Learning Plan

 

 

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