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Pontejos, Princess Dianne G.
BSED 3A
Activity #4
1. Choose a competency from the examples of learning competencies that are concerned with
process and product in this lesson. Describe how you are going to assess each
- I chose Grammatical or Linguistic Competence since this competency focuses on improving
the student’s skills in terms of acquiring of phonological rules, morphological words,
syntactic rules and to use these features effectively to interpret, decode words and
sentences. Semantic rules and lexical items. It is how a student can master the linguistic
code and how they can apply it correctly.
- We can assess the student grammatical competence by giving them enough time to read
and comprehend what they read. Engage the learners by asking questions that lead the
learners into the lesson by using picture description tasks and physical objects since
teaching through different modalities is useful. Another example is when they are through
with the Reading comprehension, next is they will have an oral presentation of what they
learned and what is their understanding about the text they read.
2. Study your College/University grading system. Does your grading system include traditional and
authentic assessment which in turn includes process assessment and product assessment?
- Yes, our University grading system includes traditional and authentic assessment. And
includes the demonstration of process assessment by for example giving us oral report and
present it to the whole class and requires us to demonstrate product assessment by giving
us exams and they can assess the students after getting the results or scores.
3. How will you ensure that the learners are being assessed on the skills and demands of the 21"
Century?
- We can ensure that the learners are being assessed on the skills and demands of the 21
st
century by making sure that the learners have the characteristics and skills needed. We
should teach them not only for the classroom based but help them thrive in a world where
in change is constant and learning never stop.
4. What is the primary purpose of non-test assessment? Which non-test tool/s is/are effective for
differentiated learning? Justify your answer.
- The primary purpose of non-test assessment is to help the learners to develop their practical
skills in terms of solving and fixing realistic problem. This test also measures the learner’s
ability and skills to the given realistic tasks. A non-test tool effective for differentiated
learning is using the Debates, why? Because in Debates the students should opposing
position on a given topic then the learners should defend it in front of the whole classroom.
It is to ensure that the learners had enough knowledge about the topic and to make sure the
learners really understand the given topic, Also, it helps the students to be confident in
facing people and is confidence in answering real life solutions for real life situations.
5. Do you welcome non-test assessment? Why?
- Yes, since in non-test assessment it can measure the abilities and skills that the students
had. It is important to every student for them to see what skills and abilities they needed to
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improve and it can measure the progress of their improvement without the teachers
comparing them to other students or learners. The teachers can give a good feedback and
strategies to students to help them improve and grow their skills and abilities.
6. How relevant are the transversal competencies in the 21st century field of work?
- Transversal Competencies are important in 21st Century field of work because it helps the
learners to achieve the skills needed in every job that may be offered to them in the future.
These competencies teach the learners to function very well in different job and situations.
It put the learners in good position in the near future. It is important to acquire and
understand because in real world, changes are constant and it happens all the time. It help
them to adjust in a world full of changes and full of different situations.
7. How can teachers help learners develop transversal competencies?
- Transversal competencies also known as soft skills are being taught in school so that the
students can think widely and will be able to face different challenges in real life. The
teacher must provide a problem where in the students will answer or thinks an answer
related to their outside world which means they must think solutions that are needed
outside or in real life. In real world change is constant, we live in a world where changes are
normal and inevitable. So, teacher must prepare the learners to develop their critical
thinking. The teachers can assess how the students will adapt towards new challenges and
how they can think and solve a problem creatively.

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Pontejos, Princess Dianne G. BSED 3A Activity #4 1. Choose a competency from the examples of learning competencies that are concerned with process and product in this lesson. Describe how you are going to assess each - I chose Grammatical or Linguistic Competence since this competency focuses on improving the student’s skills in terms of acquiring of phonological rules, morphological words, syntactic rules and to use these features effectively to interpret, decode words and sentences. Semantic rules and lexical items. It is how a student can master the linguistic code and how they can apply it correctly. - We can assess the student grammatical competence by giving them enough time to read and comprehend what they read. Engage the learners by asking questions that lead the learners into the lesson by using picture description tasks and physical objects since teaching through different modalities is useful. Another example is when they are through with the Reading comprehension, next is they will have an oral presentation of what they learned and what is their understanding about the text they read. 2. Study your College/University grading system. Does your grading system include traditional and authentic assessment which in turn includes process assessment and product assessment? - Yes, our University grading system includes traditional and authentic assessment. And includes the demonstration of process assessment by for example giving us oral report and present it to the whole class and requires us to demonstrate product assessment by giving us exams and they can assess the students after getting the results or scores. 3. How will you ensure that the learners are being assessed on the skills and demands of the 21" Century? - We can ensure that the learners are being assessed on the skills and demands of the 21st century by making sure that the learners have the characteristics and skills needed. We should teach them not only for the classroom based but help them thrive in a world where in change is constant and learning never stop. 4. What is the primary purpose of non-test assessment? Which non-test tool/s is/are effective for differentiated learning? Justify your answer. - The primary purpose of non-test assessment is to help the learners to develop their practical skills in terms of solving and fixing realistic problem. This test also measures the learner’s ability and skills to the given realistic tasks. A non-test tool effective for differentiated learning is using the Debates, why? Because in Debates the students should opposing position on a given topic then the learners should defend it in front of the whole classroom. It is to ensure that the learners had enough knowledge about the topic and to make sure the learners really understand the given topic, Also, it helps the students to be confident in facing people and is confidence in answering real life solutions for real life situations. 5. Do you welcome non-test assessment? Why? - Yes, since in non-test assessment it can measure the abilities and skills that the students had. It is important to every student for them to see what skills and abilities they needed to improve and it can measure the progress of their improvement without the teachers comparing them to other students or learners. The teachers can give a good feedback and strategies to students to help them improve and grow their skills and abilities. 6. How relevant are the transversal competencies in the 21st century field of work? - Transversal Competencies are important in 21st Century field of work because it helps the learners to achieve the skills needed in every job that may be offered to them in the future. These competencies teach the learners to function very well in different job and situations. It put the learners in good position in the near future. It is important to acquire and understand because in real world, changes are constant and it happens all the time. It help them to adjust in a world full of changes and full of different situations. 7. How can teachers help learners develop transversal competencies? - Transversal competencies also known as soft skills are being taught in school so that the students can think widely and will be able to face different challenges in real life. The teacher must provide a problem where in the students will answer or thinks an answer related to their outside world which means they must think solutions that are needed outside or in real life. In real world change is constant, we live in a world where changes are normal and inevitable. So, teacher must prepare the learners to develop their critical thinking. The teachers can assess how the students will adapt towards new challenges and how they can think and solve a problem creatively. Name: Description: ...
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