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Examples of PRODUCT and PROCESS Oriented Performance-based

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Kris Macasa

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Transcript of Examples of PRODUCT and PROCESS Oriented Performance-based

Example of PRODUCT and PROCESS Oriented Performance-based Assessment
EXAMPLE:

Students: Grade 6
Subject: Arts
Task: Create a picture of their own family
PROCESS - EXPERIENCE
PROCESS
ORIENTED PERFORMANCE-BASED ASSESSMENT -
Experience
PRODUCT
ORIENTED PERFORMANCE-BASED ASSESSMENT -
Outcome/Output
Performance Assessment
- The manner through which the teacher
observes
or
makes judgements
on students' competencies emphasizing on the ability to perform tasks

- The teacher may
observe
or
make judgements
on students' competencies by focusing on the OUTPUT or EXPERIENCE/S made from the task performed

-Start
-Strokes
-Manner of Shading
-Distribution and/or manner of applying colors
-the use of colors
-the techniques used to come up with the coordination and equality of presentation
- etc.
HOW
PRODUCT - OUTPU T/OUTCOME
-overall beauty of the art
-appropriateness of
strokes used
-appeal of shades
-Coordination of colors
-balance/coordination of figures
-the emotion/meaning seen in the drawing or the impact to the viewer
-etc
WHAT
RUBRICS
- a standard or a set of expectations the teacher have in connection to the task given which is the basis of categorizing student performance or response to the task
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