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ASSESSMENT CONTENT

1.1 Construct, Score and Criteria (Performance Indicator) 1.1.1 Element 1 : Science Process Skills ( SPS) Construct Score Criteria C1 State the properties of objects and SPS 1 situations correctly using the five senses Observing C2 - State the properties of objects and situations correctly using appropriate tools to assist senses C3 - State the properties of objects and situations honestly C4 - State the properties of objects and 4 situations based on the sequences occurred 3 C1, C2 and C3 or C4 2 C1 and C2 1 C1 with guidance C1 Group objects or events in order into SPS 2 categories based on common properties Classifying or criteria C2 - Group objects or events in order into categories based on common properties or criteria until the final phase C3 - State the common properties or criteria used in each step of classification C4 - State the differences and similarities of 4 the physical properties or criteria 3 C1, C2 and C3 2 C1 and C2 1 C1 with guidance C1 Used the correct apparatus to measure SPS 3 length, volume, mass, time, temperature Measuring and and speed Using Numbers C2 Record reading using numbers and correct 4 standard unit (SI) C3 Record reading accurately C4 Note the increase and decrease in a reading 3 C1, C2 and C3 2 C1 and C2 1 C1 and C2 with guidance

Remark Suggested activities i ) Field study ii ) Experiment iii) Project Examples : 6/1/1.1/1-6 6/1/1.2/1 Refer to Curriculum Specification Suggested activities i ) Field study ii ) Experiment iii) Project Examples : 6/1/3.1/2 6/3/1.2/1 6/3/2/2.1/1 Refer to Curriculum Specification Suggested activities i ) Field study ii ) Experiment iii) Project Examples : 6/2/2.1/1 & 2 Refer to Curriculum Specification

Construct SPS 4 Communicating

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Criteria C1 Record information from an investigation C2 Present data or information using appropriate drawing, table or graph C3 Write experimental report C4 Explain ideas (oral or written) systematically C1, C2 and C3 C1 and C2 C1 with guidance C1 Explain changes in location, size, shape and direction, with time C2 State the relationship between the distance traveled and the time taken C3 State the quality of changes based on the rate of changes C4 Arrange occurrence of phenomenon or events chronologically C1, C2 and C3 C1 and C2 C1 and C2 with guidance C1 Define concepts by describing what should be observed C2 Define concepts by describing what should be done C3 Define variables by describing what should be observed C4 Define variables by describing what should be done C1, C2 and either C3 or C4 C1 and C2 C1 or C2 with guidance C1 State a hypothesis C2 State the manipulated, responding and constant variables in an experiment C3 State the steps in an experiment C4 Identify the apparatus in an experiment C5 Carry out an experiment to test the hypothesis by controlling variables in a coordinated manner C6 Present the result in the form of drawing, table, graph or other means C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5 C1, C2, C3 and C4 C1, C2 and C3 Any two criteria C1 with guidance

Remark Suggested activities i ) Field study ii ) Experiment iii) Project Examples : 6/1/1.2/2 6/4/1.1/3 Refer to CS Suggested activities i ) Field study ii ) Experiment iii) Project Examples : 6/4/1.1/3 6/4/1.2/2 Refer to CS Suggested activities i ) Field study ii ) Experiment iii) Project Examples : 6/2/1.3/7 6/1/1.2/2 6/3/1.2/2 6/5/1.2/2 Refer to CS Suggested activities i ) Field study ii ) Experiment iii) Project Examples : 6/2/1.3/8 6/2/2.1/1 Refer to Curriculum Specification

SPS 5 Using SpaceTime Relationship 4

3 2 1 SPS 6 Defining Operationally

3 2 1 SPS 7 Experimenting 6

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MANIPULATIVE SKILLS ASSESSMENT CONTENT


1.1.1 Element 2 : Science Manipulative Skills (SMS) Construct SMS 1 Use and handle science apparatus and substances Score Criteria C1 Use at least 5 apparatus correctly C2 Handle apparatus and substances correctly C3 Set up the apparatus or prepare the substances correctly C4 Carry out the experiment following the correct procedures 3 2 1 C1, C2 and C3 C1 and C2 C1 with guidance Remark Example Use ruler, hand lens, measuring cylinder, microscope, thermometer, Bunsen burner, stop watch, test tube, stethoscope and retort stand Note SPS and SMS can be carried out together Example Living specimen i ) Young plants ii) Insects Non-living specimen i ) Stick ii ) Water iii) Stone iv) Soil

SMS 2 Handle living and non-living specimens 4

C1 Handle living specimens correctly and carefully C2 Handle non-living specimens correctly and carefully C3 Give full care attention to living specimens C4 Using non-living specimens without waste 3 2 1 C1, C2 and either C3 or C4 C1 and C2 C1 or C2 with guidance

Construct SMS 3 Draw specimen, apparatus and substances

Score C1 Draw neatly

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C2 Label drawings correctly C3 Draw what is observed 4 3 2 1 C4 Draw using correct scales and to the correct ratio C1, C2 and C3 C1 and C2 C1 with guidance C1 Clean apparatus using the correct method C2 Dispose waste using the method correct C3 Clean apparatus (frequently) C1 and C2 Clean apparatus (sometimes) C1 and C2 Clean apparatus (rarely) C1 and C2 with guidance C1 Store apparatus and substances correctly and safely 4 C2 Store apparatus and substances correctly and safely (frequently) Assessed after carrying out an experiment (fair test). Holistic and continuous assessment.

SMS 4 Clean apparatus 4

3 2 1 SMS 5 Store apparatus and substances

Assessed after carrying out an experiment (fair test). Holistic and continuous assessment.

C1 and Store apparatus and substances (sometimes) C1 and Store apparatus and substances (rarely) C1 with guidance