I. CLASS POLICIES
Requirements that are not submitted on the specified date will be given a grace period of 1 week, upon request of the student, with a corresponding 5 point deduction
per class day.
Everyday is a recitation
day. It is important for your teacher to assess if you understand or have inquiry on the lesson at hand.
The following are the criteria for active participation:
1. one word answer
2. asks relevant question/s
3. projects possible scenarios 2
4. explains a process
C. Make-up Work
Students should also be responsible in notifying their science teacher/s
in requesting make-up work/s. Make-up quizzes / long tests and others shall be given during Consultation Period / schedule specified by your respective
teacher/s. In case of a missed periodical exam, the Principal’s office will schedule one.
For laboratory and other related activities, students
shall be given make-up lab work / other activity related to the missed topic during consultation period.
Reports shall be submitted within a week after the
teacher has given the topic.
Failure to take
make-up requirements shall mean a grade of 70% .
II. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
shall be at least five (5) quizzes with a combined total of not less than seventy (70) items. Each quiz shall not exceed 20
items. There will be a selection of test types such as puzzles, identification, enumeration, completion, multiple choice,
matching type, modified true-or-false, essay, word analogy, illustrations and others.
shall be NO SURPRISE
These include laboratory activities, practical activities and experiments.
Practical activities are work related activities and can be applied in real-life. These
will be assigned to a group of students composed of 5 to 6 members. Group collaboration and the individual performance of
the students will be rated through the use of a scoring process and through rubrics. Purchasing and/or availing of needed materials should be equally distributed
/ assigned to the members of the group by the leader.
All laboratory sheets should be compiled in a folder and shall be submitted at the end of the school year for filing and for Clearance purpose.
There will be at least 7 activities/experiments per term.
III. GRADE DISTRIBUTION
A. Class Standing
Authentic Assessments 25%
B. Periodical Examination
Modules provide students with an independent study learning strategy. This self-instructional material is augmented by frequent
small group dynamics to complete the tasks included per module. Journal Writing / Student’s Activity / Review Questions
/ Laboratory Activity / Connections are all incorporated inside the modules. Because students progress at different rates,
the grouping should also be flexible. Through these modules the student can determine his pace of readiness to proceed to
the other parts of the modules.
V. SPECIAL PROGRAM
A Science Consultation Class shall be offered starting July. All students encountering difficulties in the subject are enjoined to attend this
Also, a Science
Remedial Class shall be offered to students with low achievement in their science subjects.
can be exempted from the final examination through the following criteria:
1. An average grade not lower than 90 in the first three quarters;
2. No grade with the line of 7 in any quarter for the Science subject;
3. A class standing grade of at least 90 in the final quarter;
4. Deportment grade of B+ or higher for the first three quarters.