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An Outline Lesson Plan in Assessment 2 Prepared by: Angelica Abuan Learning Objective Through the discussion of the topic

Process oriented performance base assessment the student should be able to: A. define the goals of process oriented performance based assessment. B. share own experiences on how the teacher uses process oriented performance based assessment during elementary days. C. make an outline of the topic process oriented performance based assessment. Learning Content A. Subject Matter Process- Oriented Performance Base Assessment

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Learning Procedure A. Motivation 1. Group the class in 5 groups. 2. Give each group a copy of the crossword puzzle. 3. Let the students fill the empty box of the crossword puzzle for 15 minutes. 4. Check their answers. B. Presentation 1. Explain the keywords that are on the first activity. 2. Introduce the topic Process oriented performance base assessment to the students. 3. Discuss its parts and its goals. 4. Ask the students for clarification. 5. Assess them if they understand the topic through a recitation. C. Generalization We have a lot of experiences in life one of which is our school days. We learn a lot of skill processes and method on doing something and on learning. We can use this process orientes assessment to assess how far we are in our learning if we need to enhance more or not. This is very important for us students to be successful in our life to reach out goal we must assess or skill and learning. D. Application 1. In a sheet of pad paper let them make an outline of the topic for 15 minutes. 2. Give the criteria of the outline. 3. Give them 10 minutes to work.

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Evaluation On a sheet of paper, write an essay on how you will show process oriented performance based assessment while doing an experiment?

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Assignment Research an article related on the topic process oriented performance based assessment and makes an outline. Place its outline form in a long coupon bond with a 1 margin all around and to be passed next meeting.