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STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Agricultural Technology

CONTEST PACKAGE

ASSESSMENT

GRADE LEVEL:

Grade VI

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

Number of Participants: 1

RESOURCES O

Asexual Propagation

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

Contestant/s

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Workmanship

TIME ALLOTMENT

20 minutes DESCRIPTION

Proper Use of Tools, Equipment and Materials

50%

20%

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING Demonstrate the different skills in asexual plant propagation a. Marcoting b. Grafting c. Budding

Safety Measures

15%

Speed and Accuracy

10%

Apron

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

Communication Skills

5%

Plant Propagation Nursery/Selling

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

USE TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S) For propagating plant through asexual propagation method

Budding knife Budding tape Prunner

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

AFTER EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

T O O L S

a. b. c. d.

Organizer/s

100%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

a. Apron

M A T E R I A L S

a. Sphagnum Moss b. Scion and stock fin budding c. marcotting - San Francisco

grafting - Mango budding - Citrus-Calamansi d. Basin with water e. 5" x 8" plastic f. String straw


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR GRAFTING CRITERIA A.

WORKMANSHIP

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 50%

95 1. Both scion and stock are of the same size and maturity. 2. Scion and stock are neatly cut to shape correctly clip for stock & wedge for scion). 3. Scion is inserted to the stock and securely tied by the budding tape. 4. Grafting tape is applied correctly starting from the bellow the point of contact upward. 5. Standard procedures in grafting are properly applied.

1.

2.

3.

4. 5.

90 Was able to chose mature scion (dark green color with alive buds) Perfectly done and precision cut on the scion in making the wedge for scion). Not detached or removed from the stock while the contestant lifts or pull up the scions. Correctly done and neatly done wrap the contact point. Followed standard procedure correctly applied (refer to nos. 1 to 4)

85 1. Incorrectly chosen matured scion/infected with molds and aphids. 2. One slice of the scion in making the wedge cut.

3. The removal of scion from the stock shows that it is insecurely tied by budding tape. 4. Not neatly done and there is space in wrapping the scion. 5. Followed standard procedure correctly applied (refer to nos. 1 to 3)

• Grafting knife used is sharp enough to produce a clean cut.

• Use of blunt knife in the operation.

20%

• Grafting was performed/done with the use of standard tools and materials.

C. SAFETY MEASURES

15%

• The handling of grafting knife and handling of scion is correctly done.

• Manifestation of improper placement and use of budding knife.

D. SPEED AND ACCURACY

10%

• Shows incorrect handling of grafting knife and handling of scion. • Performed with accuracy 5 minutes after the time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND MATERIALS

E.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

• Performed with accuracy on or before time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Performed with accuracy 8 minutes after the time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

1.

80 Used immature scion green in color)

(light

2.

Made two or more slices of scion.

3.

Tying is done below the incision area covering the whole part of the scion.

4.

Poorly done, unwrapped contact point.

5.

Followed standard procedure correctly applied (refer to nos. 1 to 2) • Did not use standard tools and materials. • Manifestation of mishandling of grafting knife which results to an accident. Performed with accuracy 10 minutes after the time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR MARCOTTING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 50% • The choice of marcotted branch indicated knowledge on economy and productivity to the whole plant.

• Marcotting knife used is sharp enough to produce a clean cut.

• The wrapping with plastic put the moss firmly to cover the whole marcot area. a. The wrapping of plastic and moss is properly done. b. In correct wrapping of plastic and moss and not firmly covered. • Use of blunt knife in the operation.

• Shows incorrect handling of marcotting knife and handling of scion. • Performed with accuracy 5minutes after the time.

• Manifestation of improper placement and use of marcotting knife. • Performed he accuracy 8 minutes after the time.

• Manifestation of mishandling of marcotting knife which results to an accident. • Performed with accuracy 10 minutes after the time.

• Removal of bark and cambium l ayer is performed correctly. a. Correct removal of bark and cambium layer. b. In correct removal of bark and cambium layer.

• Sphagnum moss is rightly moist and enough quality.

B. PROPER USED OF TOOLS AND MATERILAS 20%

• Marcotting is successfully performed with the used of standard tools and materials.

C. SAFETY MEASURES

10%

• The handling of marcotting knife indicated skills on safety.

D. SPEED AND ACCURACY

10%

• Performed with accuracy on or before time.

E.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Did not use standard tools and materials.

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR BUDDING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 50% • Budding tape is tide correctly starting below the point of contact going upward. a. Perfectly done and neatly tied from the point of contact going upward. b. The tying of tape is loose and not neatly done. c. Poorly and not correctly done.

• Budding knife used is sharp enough to produce a clean cut.

• Insertion of the bud assures full contact of both scion and stock. a. Insertion of the bud is done exactly. b. Insertion of the bud eye is not exactly done. c. Both scion and stock is not in full contact. d. Insertion of the bud eye is poorly done. • Use of blunt knife in the operation.

• Performed with accuracy on or before time

• Performed with accuracy 5 minutes after the time.

• Performed with accuracy 8 minutes after the time.

• Performed with accuracy 10 minutes after the time.

• The handling of budding knife indicated skills on safety. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Shows incorrect handling of marcotting knife and handling of scion. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Manifestation of improper placement and use of marcotting knife. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Manifestation of mishandling of marcotting knife which results to an accident. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Removal of the bud eye from the scion is correctly done. (not so thin, not so thick and not so bulging)

• Inverted T incision in the stock is correctly performed.

B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS 10% C. SPEED AND ACCURACY 10%

• Budding is successfully performed with the use of standard tools and materials.

D. SAFETY MEASURES E.

10%

COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

• Did not use standard tools and materials.


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR GRAFTING CRITERIA A.

WORKMANSHIP

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 50%

95 1. Both scion and stock are of the same size and maturity. 2. Scion and stock are neatly cut to shape correctly clip for stock & wedge for scion). 3. Scion is inserted to the stock and securely tied by the budding tape. 4. Grafting tape is applied correctly starting from the bellow the point of contact upward. 5. Standard procedures in grafting are properly applied.

1.

2.

3.

4. 5.

90 Was able to chose mature scion (dark green color with alive buds) Perfectly done and precision cut on the scion in making the wedge for scion). Not detached or removed from the stock while the contestant lifts or pull up the scions. Correctly done and neatly done wrap the contact point. Followed standard procedure correctly applied (refer to nos. 1 to 4)

85 1. Incorrectly chosen matured scion/infected with molds and aphids. 2. One slice of the scion in making the wedge cut.

3. The removal of scion from the stock shows that it is insecurely tied by budding tape. 4. Not neatly done and there is space in wrapping the scion. 5. Followed standard procedure correctly applied (refer to nos. 1 to 3)

• Grafting knife used is sharp enough to produce a clean cut.

• Use of blunt knife in the operation.

20%

• Grafting was performed/done with the use of standard tools and materials.

C. SAFETY MEASURES

15%

• The handling of grafting knife and handling of scion is correctly done.

• Manifestation of improper placement and use of budding knife.

D. SPEED AND ACCURACY

10%

• Shows incorrect handling of grafting knife and handling of scion. • Performed with accuracy 5 minutes after the time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND MATERIALS

E.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

• Performed with accuracy on or before time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Performed with accuracy 8 minutes after the time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

1.

80 Used immature scion green in color)

(light

2.

Made two or more slices of scion.

3.

Tying is done below the incision area covering the whole part of the scion.

4.

Poorly done, unwrapped contact point.

5.

Followed standard procedure correctly applied (refer to nos. 1 to 2) • Did not use standard tools and materials. • Manifestation of mishandling of grafting knife which results to an accident. Performed with accuracy 10 minutes after the time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR MARCOTTING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 50% • The choice of marcotted branch indicated knowledge on economy and productivity to the whole plant.

• Marcotting knife used is sharp enough to produce a clean cut.

• The wrapping with plastic put the moss firmly to cover the whole marcot area. a. The wrapping of plastic and moss is properly done. b. In correct wrapping of plastic and moss and not firmly covered. • Use of blunt knife in the operation.

• Shows incorrect handling of marcotting knife and handling of scion. • Performed with accuracy 5minutes after the time.

• Manifestation of improper placement and use of marcotting knife. • Performed he accuracy 8 minutes after the time.

• Manifestation of mishandling of marcotting knife which results to an accident. • Performed with accuracy 10 minutes after the time.

• Removal of bark and cambium l ayer is performed correctly. a. Correct removal of bark and cambium layer. b. In correct removal of bark and cambium layer.

• Sphagnum moss is rightly moist and enough quality.

B. PROPER USED OF TOOLS AND MATERILAS 20%

• Marcotting is successfully performed with the used of standard tools and materials.

C. SAFETY MEASURES

10%

• The handling of marcotting knife indicated skills on safety.

D. SPEED AND ACCURACY

10%

• Performed with accuracy on or before time.

E.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Did not use standard tools and materials.

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR BUDDING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 50% • Budding tape is tide correctly starting below the point of contact going upward. a. Perfectly done and neatly tied from the point of contact going upward. b. The tying of tape is loose and not neatly done. c. Poorly and not correctly done.

• Budding knife used is sharp enough to produce a clean cut.

• Insertion of the bud assures full contact of both scion and stock. a. Insertion of the bud is done exactly. b. Insertion of the bud eye is not exactly done. c. Both scion and stock is not in full contact. d. Insertion of the bud eye is poorly done. • Use of blunt knife in the operation.

• Performed with accuracy on or before time

• Performed with accuracy 5 minutes after the time.

• Performed with accuracy 8 minutes after the time.

• Performed with accuracy 10 minutes after the time.

• The handling of budding knife indicated skills on safety. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Shows incorrect handling of marcotting knife and handling of scion. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Manifestation of improper placement and use of marcotting knife. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Manifestation of mishandling of marcotting knife which results to an accident. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Removal of the bud eye from the scion is correctly done. (not so thin, not so thick and not so bulging)

• Inverted T incision in the stock is correctly performed.

B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS 10% C. SPEED AND ACCURACY 10%

• Budding is successfully performed with the use of standard tools and materials.

D. SAFETY MEASURES E.

10%

COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

• Did not use standard tools and materials.


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Agricultural Technology

CONTEST PACKAGE

ASSESSMENT

GRADE LEVEL:

Grade VI

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

Number of Participants: 1

RESOURCES O

Asexual Propagation

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

Contestant/s

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Workmanship

TIME ALLOTMENT

20 minutes DESCRIPTION

Proper Use of Tools, Equipment and Materials

50%

20%

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING Demonstrate the different skills in asexual plant propagation a. Marcoting b. Grafting c. Budding

Safety Measures

15%

Speed and Accuracy

10%

Apron

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

Communication Skills

5%

Plant Propagation Nursery/Selling

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

USE TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S) For propagating plant through asexual propagation method

Budding knife Budding tape Prunner

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

AFTER EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

T O O L S

a. b. c. d.

Organizer/s

100%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

a. Apron

M A T E R I A L S

a. Sphagnum Moss b. Scion and stock fin budding c. marcotting - San Francisco

grafting - Mango budding - Citrus-Calamansi d. Basin with water e. 5" x 8" plastic f. String straw


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics CONTEST PACKAGE AppliquĂŠ TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

85%

2 hours DESCRIPTION

A Patchwork or "pieced work" is a form of needlework that involves sewing together pieces of fabric into a larger design.

Speed

10%

5%

RESOURCES O

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

Contestant/s

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

a. pair of scissors

b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

b. thimble

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING

Communication Skills

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

Workmanship

GRADE LEVEL: Grade IV or V or VI

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes)

c. needle

T O O L S

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches) a.

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

ILLUSTRATION

All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

b.

b.

Attachment: Principles of Design and Color EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Selling

NOTES TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) For throw pillows, curtains, dresses and table runners, bed covers, and other home accessories

d. pin e. emery bags

b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

AFTER

USE

Organizer/s

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range. c. Uniform design should be provided by the organizer.

c.

M A T E R I A L S

d. e.

16"x 16" White cotton / throw pillow case 1 pc 8" x 12" red flannel cloth 1 pc 8" x 12" yellow flannel cloth 1 pc. 8"x12" green flannel cloth assorted DMC threads (red, yellow & green)


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR APPLIQUE CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 85% 1. Quality of Output 50%

2.

Creativity

20%

3.

Proper Handling of Tools and Materials 10% - threading the needle - use of thimble - use of scissors - use of pins

4.

Safety Work Habits

5%

B. SPEED

10%

C. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

95 • Observed all of the following evidences: ¾ neatness of product ¾ evenness of stitches ¾ smoothness of the patchwork ¾ absence of uncut threads, strains or markings • All of the following considerations were followed: ¾ proportion of design to the size of the material ¾ color combination/ harmony ¾ color of thread to the material ¾ appropriateness of stitch used ¾ location of design to the material • Proper handling of tools and materials were observed at all times.

• All of the following safety and health standards were observed: ¾ Observes precautionary measures - free of wounds, needle pricks ¾ cleanliness of working area during and after the competition ¾ proper placing of tools/ materials in the serving kits ¾ tools classified/ intact • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 • Observed three (3) of the following • Observed two (2) of the following evidences: evidences: ¾ neatness of product ¾ neatness of product ¾ evenness of stitches ¾ evenness of stitches ¾ smoothness of the patchwork ¾ smoothness of the patchwork ¾ absence of uncut threads, strains ¾ absence of uncut threads, or markings strains or markings • Observed 4 of the following • Observed 3 of the following considerations: considerations: ¾ proportion of design to the size of ¾ proportion of design to the size the material of the material ¾ color combination/ harmony ¾ color combination/ harmony ¾ color of thread to the material ¾ color of thread to the material ¾ appropriateness of stitch used ¾ appropriateness of stitch used ¾ location of design to the material ¾ location of design to the material • Was observed once improperly • Was observed twice improperly handling a tool. handling either tools/materials.

• Three (3) of the following health and safety standards were observed: ¾ Observes precautionary measures - free of wounds, needle pricks ¾ cleanliness of working area during and after the competition ¾ proper placing of tools/ materials in the serving kits ¾ tools classified/ intact • Was able to finish the output 7 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Two (2) of the following health and safety standards were observed: ¾ Observes precautionary measures - free of wounds, needle pricks ¾ cleanliness of working area during and after the competition ¾ proper placing of tools/ materials in the serving kits ¾ tools classified/ intact • Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Observed one (1) of the following evidences: ¾ neatness of product ¾ evenness of stitches ¾ smoothness of the patchwork ¾ absence of uncut threads, strains or markings • Observed 2 or less of the following considerations: ¾ proportion of design to the size of the material ¾ color combination/ harmony ¾ color of thread to the material ¾ appropriate of stitch used ¾ location of design to the material • Was observed thrice improperly handling tools and materials.

• Only one (1) of the four health and safety standards were observed: ¾ Observes precautionary measures - free of wounds, needle pricks ¾ cleanliness of working area during and after the competition ¾ proper placing of tools/ materials in the serving kits ¾ tools classified/ intact • Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


APPLIQUE DESIGN AND COLOR The elements and principles of design are the building blocks used to create a work of art. The elements of design can be thought of as the things that make up a painting, drawing, design etc. Good or bad - all paintings will contain most of if not all, the seven elements of design. The Principles of design can be thought of as what we do to the elements of design. How we apply the Principles of design determines how successful we are in creating a work of art. Note - the hyperlinks within the text of this page will open information in a new browser window. After you have read that information the window can then be closed leaving this window open. THE ELEMENTS OF DESIGN LINE Line can be considered in two ways. The linear marks made with a pen or brush or the edge created when two shapes meet. SHAPE A shape is a self contained defined area of geometric or organic form. A positive shape in a painting automatically creates a negative shape. DIRECTION All lines have direction - Horizontal, Vertical or Oblique. Horizontal suggests calmness, stability and tranquility. Vertical gives a feeling of balance, formality and alertness. Oblique suggests movement and action. SIZE Size is simply the relationship of the area occupied by one shape to that of another. TEXTURE Texture is the surface quality of a shape - rough, smooth, soft hard glossy etc. Texture can be physical (tactile) or visual. COLOUR Also called Hue. VALUE Value is the lightness or darkness of a color. Value is also called Tone.

THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN BALANCE Balance in design is similar to balance in physics. A large shape close to the center can be balanced by a small shape close to the edge. A large light toned shape will be balanced by a small dark toned shape (the darker the shape, the heavier it appears to be). GRADATION Gradation of size and direction produce linear perspective. Gradation of color from warm to cool and tone from dark to light produce aerial perspective. Gradation can add interest and movement to a shape. A gradation from dark to light will cause the eye to move along a shape.

REPETITION Repetition with variation is interesting, without variation repetition can become monotonous CONTRAST Contrast is the juxtaposition of opposing elements e.g. opposite colors on the color wheel - red / green, blue / orange etc. Contrast in tone or value - light / dark. Contrast in direction - horizontal / vertical. The major contrast in a painting should be located at the center of interest. Too much contrast scattered throughout a painting can destroy unity and make a work difficult to look at. Unless a feeling of chaos and confusion are what you are seeking, it is a good idea to carefully consider where to place your areas of maximum contrast.


HARMONY Harmony in painting is the visually satisfying effect of combining similar, related elements. E.g. adjacent colors on the color wheel, similar shapes etc. DOMINANCE Dominance gives a painting interest, counteracting confusion and monotony. Dominance can be applied to one or more of the elements to give emphasis

UNITY Relating the design elements to the idea being expressed in a painting reinforces the principal of unity, e.g. a painting with an active aggressive subject would work better with a dominant oblique direction, course, rough texture, angular lines etc. whereas a quiet passive subject would benefit from horizontal lines, soft texture and less tonal contrast.

Unity in a painting also refers to the visual linking of various elements of the work.


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR APPLIQUE CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 85% 1. Quality of Output 50%

2.

Creativity

20%

3.

Proper Handling of Tools and Materials 10% - threading the needle - use of thimble - use of scissors - use of pins

4.

Safety Work Habits

5%

B. SPEED

10%

C. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

95 • Observed all of the following evidences: ¾ neatness of product ¾ evenness of stitches ¾ smoothness of the patchwork ¾ absence of uncut threads, strains or markings • All of the following considerations were followed: ¾ proportion of design to the size of the material ¾ color combination/ harmony ¾ color of thread to the material ¾ appropriateness of stitch used ¾ location of design to the material • Proper handling of tools and materials were observed at all times.

• All of the following safety and health standards were observed: ¾ Observes precautionary measures - free of wounds, needle pricks ¾ cleanliness of working area during and after the competition ¾ proper placing of tools/ materials in the serving kits ¾ tools classified/ intact • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 • Observed three (3) of the following • Observed two (2) of the following evidences: evidences: ¾ neatness of product ¾ neatness of product ¾ evenness of stitches ¾ evenness of stitches ¾ smoothness of the patchwork ¾ smoothness of the patchwork ¾ absence of uncut threads, strains ¾ absence of uncut threads, or markings strains or markings • Observed 4 of the following • Observed 3 of the following considerations: considerations: ¾ proportion of design to the size of ¾ proportion of design to the size the material of the material ¾ color combination/ harmony ¾ color combination/ harmony ¾ color of thread to the material ¾ color of thread to the material ¾ appropriateness of stitch used ¾ appropriateness of stitch used ¾ location of design to the material ¾ location of design to the material • Was observed once improperly • Was observed twice improperly handling a tool. handling either tools/materials.

• Three (3) of the following health and safety standards were observed: ¾ Observes precautionary measures - free of wounds, needle pricks ¾ cleanliness of working area during and after the competition ¾ proper placing of tools/ materials in the serving kits ¾ tools classified/ intact • Was able to finish the output 7 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Two (2) of the following health and safety standards were observed: ¾ Observes precautionary measures - free of wounds, needle pricks ¾ cleanliness of working area during and after the competition ¾ proper placing of tools/ materials in the serving kits ¾ tools classified/ intact • Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Observed one (1) of the following evidences: ¾ neatness of product ¾ evenness of stitches ¾ smoothness of the patchwork ¾ absence of uncut threads, strains or markings • Observed 2 or less of the following considerations: ¾ proportion of design to the size of the material ¾ color combination/ harmony ¾ color of thread to the material ¾ appropriate of stitch used ¾ location of design to the material • Was observed thrice improperly handling tools and materials.

• Only one (1) of the four health and safety standards were observed: ¾ Observes precautionary measures - free of wounds, needle pricks ¾ cleanliness of working area during and after the competition ¾ proper placing of tools/ materials in the serving kits ¾ tools classified/ intact • Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics CONTEST PACKAGE AppliquĂŠ TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

85%

2 hours DESCRIPTION

A Patchwork or "pieced work" is a form of needlework that involves sewing together pieces of fabric into a larger design.

Speed

10%

5%

RESOURCES O

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

Contestant/s

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

a. pair of scissors

b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

b. thimble

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING

Communication Skills

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

Workmanship

GRADE LEVEL: Grade IV or V or VI

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes)

c. needle

T O O L S

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches) a.

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

ILLUSTRATION

All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

b.

b.

Attachment: Principles of Design and Color EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Selling

NOTES TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) For throw pillows, curtains, dresses and table runners, bed covers, and other home accessories

d. pin e. emery bags

b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

AFTER

USE

Organizer/s

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range. c. Uniform design should be provided by the organizer.

c.

M A T E R I A L S

d. e.

16"x 16" White cotton / throw pillow case 1 pc 8" x 12" red flannel cloth 1 pc 8" x 12" yellow flannel cloth 1 pc. 8"x12" green flannel cloth assorted DMC threads (red, yellow & green)


APPLIQUE DESIGN AND COLOR The elements and principles of design are the building blocks used to create a work of art. The elements of design can be thought of as the things that make up a painting, drawing, design etc. Good or bad - all paintings will contain most of if not all, the seven elements of design. The Principles of design can be thought of as what we do to the elements of design. How we apply the Principles of design determines how successful we are in creating a work of art. Note - the hyperlinks within the text of this page will open information in a new browser window. After you have read that information the window can then be closed leaving this window open. THE ELEMENTS OF DESIGN LINE Line can be considered in two ways. The linear marks made with a pen or brush or the edge created when two shapes meet. SHAPE A shape is a self contained defined area of geometric or organic form. A positive shape in a painting automatically creates a negative shape. DIRECTION All lines have direction - Horizontal, Vertical or Oblique. Horizontal suggests calmness, stability and tranquility. Vertical gives a feeling of balance, formality and alertness. Oblique suggests movement and action. SIZE Size is simply the relationship of the area occupied by one shape to that of another. TEXTURE Texture is the surface quality of a shape - rough, smooth, soft hard glossy etc. Texture can be physical (tactile) or visual. COLOUR Also called Hue. VALUE Value is the lightness or darkness of a color. Value is also called Tone.

THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN BALANCE Balance in design is similar to balance in physics. A large shape close to the center can be balanced by a small shape close to the edge. A large light toned shape will be balanced by a small dark toned shape (the darker the shape, the heavier it appears to be). GRADATION Gradation of size and direction produce linear perspective. Gradation of color from warm to cool and tone from dark to light produce aerial perspective. Gradation can add interest and movement to a shape. A gradation from dark to light will cause the eye to move along a shape.

REPETITION Repetition with variation is interesting, without variation repetition can become monotonous CONTRAST Contrast is the juxtaposition of opposing elements e.g. opposite colors on the color wheel - red / green, blue / orange etc. Contrast in tone or value - light / dark. Contrast in direction - horizontal / vertical. The major contrast in a painting should be located at the center of interest. Too much contrast scattered throughout a painting can destroy unity and make a work difficult to look at. Unless a feeling of chaos and confusion are what you are seeking, it is a good idea to carefully consider where to place your areas of maximum contrast.


HARMONY Harmony in painting is the visually satisfying effect of combining similar, related elements. E.g. adjacent colors on the color wheel, similar shapes etc. DOMINANCE Dominance gives a painting interest, counteracting confusion and monotony. Dominance can be applied to one or more of the elements to give emphasis

UNITY Relating the design elements to the idea being expressed in a painting reinforces the principal of unity, e.g. a painting with an active aggressive subject would work better with a dominant oblique direction, course, rough texture, angular lines etc. whereas a quiet passive subject would benefit from horizontal lines, soft texture and less tonal contrast.

Unity in a painting also refers to the visual linking of various elements of the work.


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE Flower Arrangement (Bouquet) TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

RESOURCES O

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

Contestant/s

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

Workmanship

40%

Creativity

25%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING Adherence

20%

Speed

10%

a. cutting tools

T O O L S

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment. c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a. ribbon lace b. yarn

AFTER EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Communication Skills

5%

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the

florist

duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

USE TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S) Selling

Rules in Flower Arrangement/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

100%

Organizer/s

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

1 hour

Varieties of flowers arranged artistically creating a wonderful bouquet.

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

TIME ALLOTMENT

DESCRIPTION

YEAR LEVEL: Grade VI

Home Economics

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

M A T E R I A L S

c. floral tape d. wire #20 e. pail

a. 1/2 dozen each of fresh flowers (roses, gerberas, carnation, malaysian mums) b. foliage (kamuning, rosal,


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR FLOWER ARRANGEMENT (BOUQUET) CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Performance

40% 30%

2. Health and Safety Standards 10%

B. CREATIVITY

25%

C. ADHERENCE

20%

D. SPEED

10%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

95 • All of the following skills were observed: ¾ Work with ease and confidence ¾ Skillful in cutting and assembling materials ¾ Excellent choice of materials ¾ Proper handling of tools and materials ¾ Preparation of the materials • Observed all the following health and safety standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp instruments ¾ Observance of cleanliness, orderliness and sanitation ¾ Cleans tools after use • All of the following skills in creativity were observed: ¾ design/arrangement ¾ utilization of given materials ¾ organization of given materials ¾ color combination • All of the following principles of design were observed: ¾ Unity ¾ Balance ¾ Accent ¾ Rhythm ¾ Proportion • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 • Three (3) of the following skills • Two (2) of the following skills were observed: were observed: ¾ Work with ease and ¾ Work with ease and confidence confidence ¾ Skillful in cutting and ¾ Skillful in cutting and assembling materials assembling materials ¾ Excellent choice of materials ¾ Excellent choice of materials ¾ Proper handling of tools and ¾ Proper handling of tools and materials materials ¾ Preparation of the materials ¾ Preparation of the materials • Observed 3 the following health • Observed 2 of the following and safety standards: health and safety standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp ¾ Careful use of sharp instruments instruments ¾ Observance of cleanliness, ¾ Observance of cleanliness, orderliness and sanitation orderliness and sanitation ¾ Cleans tools after use ¾ Cleans tools after use • Three (3) of the following skills • Two (2) of the following skills in in creativity were observed: creativity were observed: ¾ design/arrangement ¾ design/arrangement ¾ utilization of given materials ¾ utilization of given materials ¾ organization of given ¾ organization of given materials materials ¾ preparation of the materials ¾ preparation of the materials ¾ color combination ¾ color combination • Four (4) of the following principles of design were observed: ¾ Unity ¾ Balance ¾ Accent ¾ Rhythm ¾ Proportion • Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Three (3) of the following principles of design were observed: ¾ Unity ¾ Balance ¾ Accent ¾ Rhythm ¾ Proportion • Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Only one (1)l of the following skills were observed: ¾ Work with ease and confidence ¾ Skillful in cutting and assembling materials ¾ Excellent choice of materials ¾ Proper handling of tools and materials ¾ Preparation of the materials • Observed only one the following health and safety standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp instruments ¾ Observance of cleanliness, orderliness and sanitation ¾ Cleans tools after use • Only one (1) of the following skills in creativity were observed: ¾ design/arrangement ¾ utilization of given materials ¾ organization of given materials ¾ preparation of the materials ¾ color combination • Two (2) of the following principles of design were observed: ¾ Unity ¾ Balance ¾ Accent ¾ Rhythm ¾ Proportion • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


Rules in Flower Arrangement 1. Fresh material must be in water or be conditioned in such a way as to remain in pristine form while on exhibition. 2. Artificial plant material, locally invasive plant material, natural birds’ nest, taxidermy, live fish or animals and protective sea life are not permitted. 3. Cut fruits and cut vegetables are not permitted. 4. Mechanics should not be visible unless they are an integral part of the design. 5. Accessories are permitted, unless otherwise stated in the class description. 6. Pedestals will be assigned on a first come, first served basis on the day of the show. 7. Pedestals may not be moved or rotated. Draping is not allowed. Enlargement of pedestal top is not permitted.


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR FLOWER ARRANGEMENT (BOUQUET) CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Performance

40% 30%

2. Health and Safety Standards 10%

B. CREATIVITY

25%

C. ADHERENCE

20%

D. SPEED

10%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

95 • All of the following skills were observed: ¾ Work with ease and confidence ¾ Skillful in cutting and assembling materials ¾ Excellent choice of materials ¾ Proper handling of tools and materials ¾ Preparation of the materials • Observed all the following health and safety standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp instruments ¾ Observance of cleanliness, orderliness and sanitation ¾ Cleans tools after use • All of the following skills in creativity were observed: ¾ design/arrangement ¾ utilization of given materials ¾ organization of given materials ¾ color combination • All of the following principles of design were observed: ¾ Unity ¾ Balance ¾ Accent ¾ Rhythm ¾ Proportion • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 • Three (3) of the following skills • Two (2) of the following skills were observed: were observed: ¾ Work with ease and ¾ Work with ease and confidence confidence ¾ Skillful in cutting and ¾ Skillful in cutting and assembling materials assembling materials ¾ Excellent choice of materials ¾ Excellent choice of materials ¾ Proper handling of tools and ¾ Proper handling of tools and materials materials ¾ Preparation of the materials ¾ Preparation of the materials • Observed 3 the following health • Observed 2 of the following and safety standards: health and safety standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp ¾ Careful use of sharp instruments instruments ¾ Observance of cleanliness, ¾ Observance of cleanliness, orderliness and sanitation orderliness and sanitation ¾ Cleans tools after use ¾ Cleans tools after use • Three (3) of the following skills • Two (2) of the following skills in in creativity were observed: creativity were observed: ¾ design/arrangement ¾ design/arrangement ¾ utilization of given materials ¾ utilization of given materials ¾ organization of given ¾ organization of given materials materials ¾ preparation of the materials ¾ preparation of the materials ¾ color combination ¾ color combination • Four (4) of the following principles of design were observed: ¾ Unity ¾ Balance ¾ Accent ¾ Rhythm ¾ Proportion • Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Three (3) of the following principles of design were observed: ¾ Unity ¾ Balance ¾ Accent ¾ Rhythm ¾ Proportion • Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Only one (1)l of the following skills were observed: ¾ Work with ease and confidence ¾ Skillful in cutting and assembling materials ¾ Excellent choice of materials ¾ Proper handling of tools and materials ¾ Preparation of the materials • Observed only one the following health and safety standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp instruments ¾ Observance of cleanliness, orderliness and sanitation ¾ Cleans tools after use • Only one (1) of the following skills in creativity were observed: ¾ design/arrangement ¾ utilization of given materials ¾ organization of given materials ¾ preparation of the materials ¾ color combination • Two (2) of the following principles of design were observed: ¾ Unity ¾ Balance ¾ Accent ¾ Rhythm ¾ Proportion • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE Flower Arrangement (Bouquet) TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

RESOURCES O

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

Contestant/s

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

Workmanship

40%

Creativity

25%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING Adherence

20%

Speed

10%

a. cutting tools

T O O L S

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment. c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a. ribbon lace b. yarn

AFTER EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Communication Skills

5%

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the

florist

duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

USE TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S) Selling

Rules in Flower Arrangement/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

100%

Organizer/s

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

1 hour

Varieties of flowers arranged artistically creating a wonderful bouquet.

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

TIME ALLOTMENT

DESCRIPTION

YEAR LEVEL: Grade VI

Home Economics

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

M A T E R I A L S

c. floral tape d. wire #20 e. pail

a. 1/2 dozen each of fresh flowers (roses, gerberas, carnation, malaysian mums) b. foliage (kamuning, rosal,


Rules in Flower Arrangement 1. Fresh material must be in water or be conditioned in such a way as to remain in pristine form while on exhibition. 2. Artificial plant material, locally invasive plant material, natural birds’ nest, taxidermy, live fish or animals and protective sea life are not permitted. 3. Cut fruits and cut vegetables are not permitted. 4. Mechanics should not be visible unless they are an integral part of the design. 5. Accessories are permitted, unless otherwise stated in the class description. 6. Pedestals will be assigned on a first come, first served basis on the day of the show. 7. Pedestals may not be moved or rotated. Draping is not allowed. Enlargement of pedestal top is not permitted.


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE Fresh Fruit Shake Preparation TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

Flavor/Taste/ Nutritive Value

A refreshing blend of fruit shake which contains nutrients from the three basic food groups.

Grade V or VI

30%

30%

Method of Preparation and Execution

25%

Speed

10%

T a.

Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

b.

Submission of required documents for the contest.

c.

Ocular inspection of the contest venue.

e.

Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING a. b. c.

Contestant/s

T O O L S

5%

Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a.

Trainers shall serve as judges. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

Selling USE

TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

A nutritious and refreshing beverage to quench one's thirst.

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

d. spoons e. glassware f. underlines g. other tools as needed for the

recipe h. apron and hair net

Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

b. c.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

a. knife b. chopping board c. blender/ozterizer

Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes)

AFTER Communication Skills

1

RESOURCES

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

General Appearance

Number of Participants:

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

15 minutes DESCRIPTION

GRADE LEVEL:

Home Economics

NOTES a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range. c. Five (5) kinds of fruits will be provided. d. Fresh pineapple, evaporated milk and sugar syrup will be the primary ingredients. e. Strictly fresh fruits only (no artificial flavorings or ready-to-use ingredients)

M A T E R I A L S

a. straw b. primary ingredients - fresh pineapple - evaporated milk - sugay syrup choice of 2-3 from any of the following fruits: * fuiji apple * ripe mango * shredded buco meat * banana (lacatan) * strawberries c. ingredients for the garnishing will come from the given fruits d. copy of the recipe

Organizer/s


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR FRESH FRUIT SHAKE PREPARATION CRITERIA A. FLAVOR, TASTE AND 95 NUTRITIVE VALUE 30% • Refreshing blend of fruit. • Contained nutrients from the three (3) basic food groups • Presented the product B. GENERAL attractively by using APPEARANCE 30% appropriate garnishing and service container. • Was able to prepare the C. METHOD OF ingredients PREPARATION AND systematically. EXECUTION 25% • Manifested confidence and expertise in using tools and equipments. • Practiced utmost safety and sanitation. • Work with proper attire. • Was able to finish the D. SPEED 10% output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain E. COMMUNICATION with confidence all of SKILLS the following: (3-5 minutes only) 5% a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 • Prepared refreshing • Refreshing but contained blend of fruit with the nutrient from one (1) presence of nutrients basic group only. from the two (2) basic groups. • Presented properly but • Presentation was done with inappropriate but garnishing and garnishing. service containers were inappropriate. • Was able to perform the • Was able to perform the activity but nervousness activity but nervousness was slightly evident in was very evident and using the tools. inappropriate use of tools were observed.

• Was able to finish the output 3-4 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Was able to finish the output 1-2 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Fruit shake blend but no nutritive value.

• Presentation was done but not impressively presented. • Unable to prepare the ingredients systematically and manifested lack of selfconfidence.

• Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics CONTEST PACKAGE Tie Dye TIME ALLOTMENT TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

RESOURCES T

a. Registration of trainers and contestants.

General Appearance

45%

Method of Preparation

25%

1 hour DESCRIPTION

Number of Participants: 1

GRADE LEVEL: Grade V or VI

b. Submission of required q documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING Work Habits

Tie-dye is a process of resist dyeing textiles or clothing which is made from knit or woven fabric, usually cotton; typically using bright colors.

Speed

ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

20%

b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

5%

5%

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS BUSINESS EMPLOYABILITY OPPORTUNITY

For designs and accents of T-shirts/ dress and others to hide stains and marks.

Organizer/s

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes)

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

AFTER

Selling USE

T O O L S

Contestant/s bring needed tools/ materials aside from those that will be provided by the organizers

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the d ti off the duration th skills kill competition. titi

NOTES TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

M A T E R I A L S

a. hot water b. Dye (red & yellow)8 packs each c. t-shirt (medium)


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR TIE DYE CRITERIA A. GENERAL APPEARANCE

45%

B. METHOD OF PREPARATION

25%

C. WORK HABITS

20%

D. SPEED

5%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

95 • Various intensities of color in the design were attractively distributed. • Employed the latest techniques in tie-dyeing. • Performed the task with utmost safety and confidence. • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• • •

• •

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 Varieties of colors were • Stains were observed evident but with few stray which was not part of colors. the design. Employed proper • Employed most of the techniques in tie-dyeing. techniques in tie-dyeing. Nervousness was slightly • Nervousness was evident during the evident during the performance of tie die, performance of tie dye. but followed safety precautions. Was able to finish the • Was able to finish the output 7 minutes before output 5 minutes before the allotted time. the allotted time. Able to discuss/explain • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the with confidence 3 of the following: following: a. Process a. Process b. function of tools, b. function of tools, materials and materials and equipment equipment c. cost of production c. cost of production d. employability d. employability e. business opportunity e. business opportunity

80 • Stains were evident in the design. • Employed some of the techniques in tie-dyeing. • Nervousness was very evident thus safety precautions were not followed. • Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR TIE DYE CRITERIA A. GENERAL APPEARANCE

45%

B. METHOD OF PREPARATION

25%

C. WORK HABITS

20%

D. SPEED

5%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

95 • Various intensities of color in the design were attractively distributed. • Employed the latest techniques in tie-dyeing. • Performed the task with utmost safety and confidence. • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• • •

• •

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 Varieties of colors were • Stains were observed evident but with few stray which was not part of colors. the design. Employed proper • Employed most of the techniques in tie-dyeing. techniques in tie-dyeing. Nervousness was slightly • Nervousness was evident during the evident during the performance of tie die, performance of tie dye. but followed safety precautions. Was able to finish the • Was able to finish the output 7 minutes before output 5 minutes before the allotted time. the allotted time. Able to discuss/explain • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the with confidence 3 of the following: following: a. Process a. Process b. function of tools, b. function of tools, materials and materials and equipment equipment c. cost of production c. cost of production d. employability d. employability e. business opportunity e. business opportunity

80 • Stains were evident in the design. • Employed some of the techniques in tie-dyeing. • Nervousness was very evident thus safety precautions were not followed. • Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics CONTEST PACKAGE Tie Dye TIME ALLOTMENT TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

RESOURCES T

a. Registration of trainers and contestants.

General Appearance

45%

Method of Preparation

25%

1 hour DESCRIPTION

Number of Participants: 1

GRADE LEVEL: Grade V or VI

b. Submission of required q documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING Work Habits

Tie-dye is a process of resist dyeing textiles or clothing which is made from knit or woven fabric, usually cotton; typically using bright colors.

Speed

ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

20%

b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

5%

5%

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS BUSINESS EMPLOYABILITY OPPORTUNITY

For designs and accents of T-shirts/ dress and others to hide stains and marks.

Organizer/s

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes)

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

AFTER

Selling USE

T O O L S

Contestant/s bring needed tools/ materials aside from those that will be provided by the organizers

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the d ti off the duration th skills kill competition. titi

NOTES TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

M A T E R I A L S

a. hot water b. Dye (red & yellow)8 packs each c. t-shirt (medium)


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts

CONTEST PACKAGE Fabric Painting

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

YEAR LEVEL:

Grade V or VI

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

RESOURCES Contestant/s

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT TIME ALLOTMENT

General Know How

40%

1 hour and 30 minutes DESCRIPTION

A printing work that involves techiques in the application of creative design on fabric manually.

Creativity/ Originality

20%

Craftsmanship/ Skills

20%

DURING

10%

T O O L S

c. cotton buds d. spatula e. rugs (contestant's choice of tools)

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes)

Communication Skills

5%

5%

USE TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S)

100%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

c. other instructions (i.e. coaches)

AFTER

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

For t-shirts, bags, throw pillow, curtain, table runners, pillow cases and other home accessories with fabrics.

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

b. mixing plate

b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

Effort/ Perseverance

Speed

Fabric painter/ Entrepreneur

a. brush

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

Organizer/s

a. A special set of judges will evaluate the output. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES a. With regards to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are not allowed to stay in the contest area while the contest is in progress. c. Contestant should follow accurately the given task. d. As soon as the contestant finished encoding within the allotted time, the contestant must save her/his output in the CD provided. e. Contestants may opt to use brush or bare fingers in painting.

a. 16" x 16" canvass cloth/bag

M A T E R I A L S

b. textile paint/acrylic paint - red

- black

- blue

- white

- yellow


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR FABRIC PAINTING CRITERIA A. GENERAL KNOW HOW

40%

B. CREATIVITY/ ORIGINALITY

20%

C. CRAFTSMANSHIP

20%

D. EFFORT/ PERSEVERANCE

10%

E. SPEED

5%

• E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

95 Mastery was manifested in the skills showed.

Tools were arranged properly and were utilized according to their proper use. Neat outcome was presented. Pupil explores several chances before selecting an idea and tried unusual combination or several method that is also connected to the basic skills. Ideas were initiative. The artwork was made patiently; hard work was evident. Remarkable output was done.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 Variety of design and colors were • Designs were altered to fix stain, applied to the extent of improvising mistake of due to lack of materials the method just to create the desired and technical know how. idea. Tools and materials were properly • Tools and materials were properly arranged and utilized according to arranged according to its use. use.

80 Stain and mistakes were evident or it may result to an unfinished project.

Tools were disarranged.

Fewer ideas were used and were mostly common to others. Ideas were logical.

Ideas used were new but inadequate or output was copied from a work of art.

The pupil shows no evidence of trying new and experimental techniques.

The product was made with a lack of finishing touches with little effort. The work could have been outstanding. The project was completed just in time. All important details were made.

Pupil showed average craftsmanship adequate but not as good as it could have been.

Pupil showed below average craftsmanship, lack of pride in finished work.

Important portion of the project were hurriedly done. Choice of design was common just to finish the work.

Was not able to finish the job.

All required time was consumed for the benefit of making a masterpiece. Degree of difficulty was evident and it showed the use of inventive method. Was able to finish the work 10 minutes before the allotted time.

Was able to finish the work 5 minutes before the allotted time.

Was able to finish the work within the allotted time.

Was not able to finish the work within the allotted time.

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR FABRIC PAINTING CRITERIA A. GENERAL KNOW HOW

40%

B. CREATIVITY/ ORIGINALITY

20%

C. CRAFTSMANSHIP

20%

D. EFFORT/ PERSEVERANCE

10%

E. SPEED

5%

• E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

95 Mastery was manifested in the skills showed.

Tools were arranged properly and were utilized according to their proper use. Neat outcome was presented. Pupil explores several chances before selecting an idea and tried unusual combination or several method that is also connected to the basic skills. Ideas were initiative. The artwork was made patiently; hard work was evident. Remarkable output was done.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 Variety of design and colors were • Designs were altered to fix stain, applied to the extent of improvising mistake of due to lack of materials the method just to create the desired and technical know how. idea. Tools and materials were properly • Tools and materials were properly arranged and utilized according to arranged according to its use. use.

80 Stain and mistakes were evident or it may result to an unfinished project.

Tools were disarranged.

Fewer ideas were used and were mostly common to others. Ideas were logical.

Ideas used were new but inadequate or output was copied from a work of art.

The pupil shows no evidence of trying new and experimental techniques.

The product was made with a lack of finishing touches with little effort. The work could have been outstanding. The project was completed just in time. All important details were made.

Pupil showed average craftsmanship adequate but not as good as it could have been.

Pupil showed below average craftsmanship, lack of pride in finished work.

Important portion of the project were hurriedly done. Choice of design was common just to finish the work.

Was not able to finish the job.

All required time was consumed for the benefit of making a masterpiece. Degree of difficulty was evident and it showed the use of inventive method. Was able to finish the work 10 minutes before the allotted time.

Was able to finish the work 5 minutes before the allotted time.

Was able to finish the work within the allotted time.

Was not able to finish the work within the allotted time.

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts

CONTEST PACKAGE Fabric Painting

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

YEAR LEVEL:

Grade V or VI

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

RESOURCES Contestant/s

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT TIME ALLOTMENT

General Know How

40%

1 hour and 30 minutes DESCRIPTION

A printing work that involves techiques in the application of creative design on fabric manually.

Creativity/ Originality

20%

Craftsmanship/ Skills

20%

DURING

10%

T O O L S

c. cotton buds d. spatula e. rugs (contestant's choice of tools)

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes)

Communication Skills

5%

5%

USE TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S)

100%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

c. other instructions (i.e. coaches)

AFTER

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

For t-shirts, bags, throw pillow, curtain, table runners, pillow cases and other home accessories with fabrics.

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

b. mixing plate

b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

Effort/ Perseverance

Speed

Fabric painter/ Entrepreneur

a. brush

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

Organizer/s

a. A special set of judges will evaluate the output. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES a. With regards to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are not allowed to stay in the contest area while the contest is in progress. c. Contestant should follow accurately the given task. d. As soon as the contestant finished encoding within the allotted time, the contestant must save her/his output in the CD provided. e. Contestants may opt to use brush or bare fingers in painting.

a. 16" x 16" canvass cloth/bag

M A T E R I A L S

b. textile paint/acrylic paint - red

- black

- blue

- white

- yellow


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE

Medicine Kit Shelf

GRADE LEVEL:

Industrial Arts

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Grade VI

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

RESOURCES Contestant/s

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

a. cross-cut saw b. claw hammer

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT TIME ALLOTMENT

3 hours DESCRIPTION

Wooden shelf used as storage of medicine usually hanged on the wall.

85%

Workmanship - Quality of Output

- Proper Handling 20% and Use of Tools

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

- Correct Measurement

15%

DURING

10%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

- Healthy and Safety Standards

10%

Speed

ILLUSTRATION g Drawing g Attachment: Working

Communication Skills

5%

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY TOTAL

Keep/store medicines.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

T O O L S

AFTER

f. T-square g. pencil h. c-clamp i. screw driver j. Pull-push rule k. meter box

a. stickwell

a. 1/2" x 1" x 5' and 1" x 6" x 7' good lumber

b. sand paper

b. 5/8" wood screw

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

c. 1 1/2" - 1" finishing nail

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator.

d. 1/4" x 12" x 16" plywood

c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

Carpenter USE

c. chisel d. small plane e. rust file

Submission of required documents documents for the contest. b. Submission c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

40%

Organizer/s

a.

With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range. c. Contestants are not allowed to stay inside the contest room while the output is being judged.

M A T E R I A L S

sand paper


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR SIMPLE MEDICINE KIT SHELF CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Quality of Output - smoothness - alignment - squareness 2. Proper Handling and Use of Tools

3. Correct Measurement

4. Health and Safety Standards

85% 40%

95 • All parts were properly sanded, accurately aligned and squared.

20%

• Observed proper handling and use of appropriate tools for each task. • All measurements accurate.

15%

10%

B. SPEED

C. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

10%

were

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 One (1) part was not properly • Two (2) parts were not sanded, but was accurately properly sanded with slight aligned and squared. problem on alignment and squareness. Observed once improper • Observed twice improper handling of tools bus was handling of tools and once not able to use appropriate tools using appropriate tools for for each task. each task. One (1) measurement was • Two (2) to three (3) inaccurate. measurements were inaccurate. Was careful in handling • Was not careful in handling cutting and driving tools. cutting and driving tools.

• Was extra careful in handling cutting and driving tools. • No evidence of injury.

• No evidence of injury.

• With evidence of slight injury.

• Finished the output 10 minutes or more before the allotted time. • Narrated clearly all the processes involved namely:

• Finished the output 5 minutes before the allotted time.

• Finished the output within the allotted time.

• Narrated clearly four (4) of the processes involved namely: a. measuring b. cutting c. planning d. assembling and e. finishing

• Narrated clearly three (3) of the processes involved namely: a. measuring b. cutting c. planning d. assembling and e. finishing

5% a. b. c. d. e.

measuring cutting planning assembling and finishing

80 • Three (3) or more parts were not properly sanded, aligned and squared. • Observed thrice improper handling of tools and twice not using appropriate tools for each task. • Four (4) or more measurements were inaccurate • Was not careful in handling cutting and driving tools. • With evidence of slight injury with blood. • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Narrated clearly two (2) of the processes involved namely: a. b. c. d. e.

measuring cutting planning assembling and finishing


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR SIMPLE MEDICINE KIT SHELF CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Quality of Output - smoothness - alignment - squareness 2. Proper Handling and Use of Tools

3. Correct Measurement

4. Health and Safety Standards

85% 40%

95 • All parts were properly sanded, accurately aligned and squared.

20%

• Observed proper handling and use of appropriate tools for each task. • All measurements accurate.

15%

10%

B. SPEED

C. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

10%

were

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 One (1) part was not properly • Two (2) parts were not sanded, but was accurately properly sanded with slight aligned and squared. problem on alignment and squareness. Observed once improper • Observed twice improper handling of tools bus was handling of tools and once not able to use appropriate tools using appropriate tools for for each task. each task. One (1) measurement was • Two (2) to three (3) inaccurate. measurements were inaccurate. Was careful in handling • Was not careful in handling cutting and driving tools. cutting and driving tools.

• Was extra careful in handling cutting and driving tools. • No evidence of injury.

• No evidence of injury.

• With evidence of slight injury.

• Finished the output 10 minutes or more before the allotted time. • Narrated clearly all the processes involved namely:

• Finished the output 5 minutes before the allotted time.

• Finished the output within the allotted time.

• Narrated clearly four (4) of the processes involved namely: a. measuring b. cutting c. planning d. assembling and e. finishing

• Narrated clearly three (3) of the processes involved namely: a. measuring b. cutting c. planning d. assembling and e. finishing

5% a. b. c. d. e.

measuring cutting planning assembling and finishing

80 • Three (3) or more parts were not properly sanded, aligned and squared. • Observed thrice improper handling of tools and twice not using appropriate tools for each task. • Four (4) or more measurements were inaccurate • Was not careful in handling cutting and driving tools. • With evidence of slight injury with blood. • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Narrated clearly two (2) of the processes involved namely: a. b. c. d. e.

measuring cutting planning assembling and finishing


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE

Medicine Kit Shelf

GRADE LEVEL:

Industrial Arts

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Grade VI

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

RESOURCES Contestant/s

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

a. cross-cut saw b. claw hammer

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT TIME ALLOTMENT

3 hours DESCRIPTION

Wooden shelf used as storage of medicine usually hanged on the wall.

85%

Workmanship - Quality of Output

- Proper Handling 20% and Use of Tools

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

- Correct Measurement

15%

DURING

10%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

- Healthy and Safety Standards

10%

Speed

ILLUSTRATION g Drawing g Attachment: Working

Communication Skills

5%

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY TOTAL

Keep/store medicines.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

T O O L S

AFTER

f. T-square g. pencil h. c-clamp i. screw driver j. Pull-push rule k. meter box

a. stickwell

a. 1/2" x 1" x 5' and 1" x 6" x 7' good lumber

b. sand paper

b. 5/8" wood screw

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

c. 1 1/2" - 1" finishing nail

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator.

d. 1/4" x 12" x 16" plywood

c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

Carpenter USE

c. chisel d. small plane e. rust file

Submission of required documents documents for the contest. b. Submission c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

40%

Organizer/s

a.

With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range. c. Contestants are not allowed to stay inside the contest room while the output is being judged.

M A T E R I A L S

sand paper


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE

Metal Tool Box

GRADE LEVEL:

Industrial Arts

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Grade V or VI

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

RESOURCES Contestant/s

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

TIME ALLOTMENT

Workmanship

60%

cular inspection of the co Ocular contest ntest venue. venue. c. O d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

3 hours DESCRIPTION

b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

Use of Tools and Equipment

15%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

Organizer/s

a. ball-peen hammer

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Number of Participants: 1

T O O L S

b. scratch awl c. measuring tools/steel rule/meter d. tin sheers e. pencil f. pliers (mechanical or pliers with side cutter) g. c-clamp i. Flat plate jig h. center punch j. Flat mill file

DURING G.I. sheets cut to desired measurement, folded, seamed and riveted when assembled together with the use of seams and rivets to form a metal tool box.

Safety

Speed

10%

10%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment. c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

5%

Working Drawing

sheet metal worker/entrepreneur USE

NOTES TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S) For keeping handtools

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

100%

a. apron b. gloves c. portable electric drill with 1/8" drill bit

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

E Q U I P M E N T

a.

With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

M A T E R I A L S

a. 1 pc. 1' x 3' Flat # 24 G.I sheet b. 1 pc. Metal drawer handle c. 30 pcs. 1/8" x 1/4" rivet (Blind) d. 1 set 3" safety hinge hasp e. 2 pcs. 3" Hinge hasp


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR TOOL BOX CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP (ACCURACY) 60% 1. Measurement 10% 10%

95 • Layout of measurements was accurately done. • All sides of the sheets were cut accurately and smoothly.

3. Folding (Seam) 10%

• All seams were properly folded.

4. Folding

10%

• All corners were properly folded.

5. Drilling

10%

• All holes for riveting were drilled smoothly and accurately.

6. Riveting

10%

• All rivets were properly fastened and flattened. • Handled and used all hand tools/equipments properly.

• Observed all of the following safety standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp tools ¾ Observance of health and sanitation ¾ Cleaned sharp residues/ leftover materials. ¾ Cleaned tools after use • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

2. Cutting

B. USE OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

15%

C. SAFETY

10%

D. SPEED

10%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

• •

• •

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 Layout with one (1) or two (2) • Layout with three (3) incorrect incorrect measurements. measurements. One (1) to two (2) side(s) of sheets • Three (3) sides of sheets were not were not cut accurately and cut accurately and smoothly. smoothly. One (1) seam was not properly • Two (2) seams were not properly folded. folded. One (1) corner was not properly • Two (2) or three (3) corners were folded. not properly folded. One (1) or two (2) holes for riveting • Three (3) or four (4) holes for were not drilled smoothly and riveting were not drilled smoothly accurately. and accurately. One (1) rivet was not properly • Two (2) or three (3) rivets were not fastened and flattened. properly fastened and flattened. One (1) or two (2) hand • Three (3) or more hand tools/equipments were not tools/equipments were not properly handled and used. properly used and handled. Observed 4 of the following safety • Observed 3 of the following safety standards: standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp tools ¾ Careful use of sharp tools ¾ Observance of health and ¾ Observance of health and sanitation sanitation ¾ Cleaned sharp residues/ left¾ Cleaned sharp residues/ leftover materials. over materials. ¾ Cleaned tools after use ¾ Cleaned tools after use Was able to finish the output 5 • Was able to finish the output within minutes before the allotted time. the allotted time. Able to discuss/explain with • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: confidence 3 of the following: a. Process a. Process b. function of tools, materials b. function of tools, materials and equipment and equipment c. cost of production c. cost of production d. employability d. employability e. business opportunity e. business opportunity

80 • Layout with incorrect measurements. • All sides of sheets were not cut accurately and smoothly. • All seams were not properly folded. • All corners were not properly folded. • Five (5) or more holes for riveting were not drilled smoothly and accurately. • All rivets were not properly fastened and flattened. • All hand tools/equipments were not properly used and handled. • Observed 2 of the following safety standards: ¾ Use of hand gloves ¾ Careful use of sharp tools ¾ Observance of health and sanitation ¾ Cleaned sharp residues/ leftover materials. ¾ Cleaned tools after use • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE

Metal Tool Box

GRADE LEVEL:

Industrial Arts

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Grade V or VI

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

RESOURCES Contestant/s

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

TIME ALLOTMENT

Workmanship

60%

cular inspection of the co Ocular contest ntest venue. venue. c. O d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

3 hours DESCRIPTION

b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

Use of Tools and Equipment

15%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

Organizer/s

a. ball-peen hammer

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Number of Participants: 1

T O O L S

b. scratch awl c. measuring tools/steel rule/meter d. tin sheers e. pencil f. pliers (mechanical or pliers with side cutter) g. c-clamp i. Flat plate jig h. center punch j. Flat mill file

DURING G.I. sheets cut to desired measurement, folded, seamed and riveted when assembled together with the use of seams and rivets to form a metal tool box.

Safety

Speed

10%

10%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment. c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

5%

Working Drawing

sheet metal worker/entrepreneur USE

NOTES TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S) For keeping handtools

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

100%

a. apron b. gloves c. portable electric drill with 1/8" drill bit

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

E Q U I P M E N T

a.

With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

M A T E R I A L S

a. 1 pc. 1' x 3' Flat # 24 G.I sheet b. 1 pc. Metal drawer handle c. 30 pcs. 1/8" x 1/4" rivet (Blind) d. 1 set 3" safety hinge hasp e. 2 pcs. 3" Hinge hasp


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Indutsrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE Simple Wiring Circuit

GRADE LEVEL: Grade VI

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

T

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT TIME ALLOTMENT

Workmanship

50%

1 hour and 30 minutes DESCRIPTION

Functionality

20%

Health and Safety

10%

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING Lamp controlled by a single pole switch using four (4) different wiring methods and a convenience outlet.

Handling and Use of Tools

10%

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

Speed

5%

Communacation Skills

5%

Assistant Electrician USE

TOTAL

For household and industrial use.

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

T O O L S

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

AFTER EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Number of Participants: 1

meter range.

M A T E R I A L S

Contestant/s a. Screw drivers (flat and philip)

Organizer/s

cutting b. Pliers (common, side cutting and long nose) c. Claw Hammer d. Wire stripper e. Pull push rule f. Tester g. Hack saw

a. Cut out switch 30A b. Duplex wire (stranded #26) 3 meters long c. TW #14 (solid) 10 meters d. Plastic split knob, 6 pcs. with screw e. f. g. h. i. j.

Mica tubing (1 meter) PVC junction box PVC utility box Lamp p receptacle p Plastic moulding PVC fllexible conduit (½" ø)

k. PVC conduit (½" ø) l. PVC adaptor (½" ø) m. convenience outlet n. single pole switch

a. 1/2" or 3/4" x 2' x 2' plywood


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Indutsrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE Simple Wiring Circuit

GRADE LEVEL: Grade VI

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

T

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT TIME ALLOTMENT

Workmanship

50%

1 hour and 30 minutes DESCRIPTION

Functionality

20%

Health and Safety

10%

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING Lamp controlled by a single pole switch using four (4) different wiring methods and a convenience outlet.

Handling and Use of Tools

10%

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

Speed

5%

Communacation Skills

5%

Assistant Electrician USE

TOTAL

For household and industrial use.

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

T O O L S

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

AFTER EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Number of Participants: 1

meter range.

M A T E R I A L S

Contestant/s a. Screw drivers (flat and philip)

Organizer/s

cutting b. Pliers (common, side cutting and long nose) c. Claw Hammer d. Wire stripper e. Pull push rule f. Tester g. Hack saw

a. Cut out switch 30A b. Duplex wire (stranded #26) 3 meters long c. TW #14 (solid) 10 meters d. Plastic split knob, 6 pcs. with screw e. f. g. h. i. j.

Mica tubing (1 meter) PVC junction box PVC utility box Lamp p receptacle p Plastic moulding PVC fllexible conduit (½" ø)

k. PVC conduit (½" ø) l. PVC adaptor (½" ø) m. convenience outlet n. single pole switch

a. 1/2" or 3/4" x 2' x 2' plywood


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR SIMPLE WIRING CIRCUIT CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Installation of Junction Box 2. Installation of Light Receptacle

50%

8%

3. Installation of Switch

• Light receptacle was properly mounted and tightly screwed.

8%

• Switch was properly mounted and tightly screwed.

8%

• Duplex convenient outlet was properly mounted and tightly screwed. • Cut-out fuse was properly mounted and tightly screwed.

• Correct splicing and connecting of wires to the terminal. • Switching outlet switch; convenience outlet has power.

4. Installation of Duplex Convenient Outlet 8% 5. Installation of Cut-Out Fuse 6. Splicing and Connecting Wires

95 • Junction box was properly mounted and tightly screwed.

8%

10%

B. FUNCTIONALITY 1. Convenience Outlet 10% 2. Lamp

20%

• Switching single pole switch; lamp function. • Show the following standards:

10%

D. HEALTH AND SAFETY

E. HANDLING AND USE OF TOOLS F. SPEED

G. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

10%

10% 5%

5%

¾ Safety precautions was followed ¾ Working place is clean and orderly • All specified tools were properly used. • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools and materials c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 Junction box was properly • Junction box was not properly mounted with one (1) slightly mounted with one (1) loose loose screw. screw. Light receptacle was properly • Light receptacle was not mounted with one (1) slightly properly mounted with one (1) loose screw. loose screw. Switch was properly mounted • Switch was not properly with one (1) slightly loose mounted with one (1) loose screw. screw. Duplex convenient outlet was • Duplex convenient outlet was properly mounted with one (1) not properly mounted with one slightly loose screw. (1) loose screw. Cut-out fuse was properly • Cut-out fuse was not properly mounted with one (1) slightly mounted with one (1) loose loose screw. screw. Correct splicing with slightly • Correct splicing but with loose loose connection of wires to the connection of wires to the terminal. terminal.

• One (1) of the following standards was not followed: ¾ Safety precautions was followed ¾ Working place is clean and orderly • One (1) of the specified tools was not properly used. • Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence only four (4) of the following: a. Process b. function of tools and materials c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Junction box was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Light receptacle was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Switch was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Duplex convenient outlet was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Cut-out fuse was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Incorrect splicing and connection of wires to the terminal.

• Two (2) of the following standards was not followed: ¾ Safety precautions was followed ¾ Working place is clean and orderly • Two (2) of the specified tools were not properly used. • Was able to finish the output within the allotted time.

• Did not follow the healthy and safety standards.

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence only three (3) of the following: a. Process b. function of tools and materials c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence only two (2) of the following: a. Process b. function of tools and materials c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Specified tools were not properly used. • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time.


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR SIMPLE WIRING CIRCUIT CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Installation of Junction Box 2. Installation of Light Receptacle

50%

8%

3. Installation of Switch

• Light receptacle was properly mounted and tightly screwed.

8%

• Switch was properly mounted and tightly screwed.

8%

• Duplex convenient outlet was properly mounted and tightly screwed. • Cut-out fuse was properly mounted and tightly screwed.

• Correct splicing and connecting of wires to the terminal. • Switching outlet switch; convenience outlet has power.

4. Installation of Duplex Convenient Outlet 8% 5. Installation of Cut-Out Fuse 6. Splicing and Connecting Wires

95 • Junction box was properly mounted and tightly screwed.

8%

10%

B. FUNCTIONALITY 1. Convenience Outlet 10% 2. Lamp

20%

• Switching single pole switch; lamp function. • Show the following standards:

10%

D. HEALTH AND SAFETY

E. HANDLING AND USE OF TOOLS F. SPEED

G. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

10%

10% 5%

5%

¾ Safety precautions was followed ¾ Working place is clean and orderly • All specified tools were properly used. • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools and materials c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 Junction box was properly • Junction box was not properly mounted with one (1) slightly mounted with one (1) loose loose screw. screw. Light receptacle was properly • Light receptacle was not mounted with one (1) slightly properly mounted with one (1) loose screw. loose screw. Switch was properly mounted • Switch was not properly with one (1) slightly loose mounted with one (1) loose screw. screw. Duplex convenient outlet was • Duplex convenient outlet was properly mounted with one (1) not properly mounted with one slightly loose screw. (1) loose screw. Cut-out fuse was properly • Cut-out fuse was not properly mounted with one (1) slightly mounted with one (1) loose loose screw. screw. Correct splicing with slightly • Correct splicing but with loose loose connection of wires to the connection of wires to the terminal. terminal.

• One (1) of the following standards was not followed: ¾ Safety precautions was followed ¾ Working place is clean and orderly • One (1) of the specified tools was not properly used. • Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence only four (4) of the following: a. Process b. function of tools and materials c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Junction box was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Light receptacle was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Switch was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Duplex convenient outlet was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Cut-out fuse was not properly mounted with loose screws. • Incorrect splicing and connection of wires to the terminal.

• Two (2) of the following standards was not followed: ¾ Safety precautions was followed ¾ Working place is clean and orderly • Two (2) of the specified tools were not properly used. • Was able to finish the output within the allotted time.

• Did not follow the healthy and safety standards.

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence only three (3) of the following: a. Process b. function of tools and materials c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence only two (2) of the following: a. Process b. function of tools and materials c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Specified tools were not properly used. • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time.


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE Sales Inventory

Retail Trade

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

GRADE LEVEL:

Grade V or VI

Number of Participants: RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

T O

Workmanship

70%

TIME ALLOTMENT

DESCRIPTION

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

30 minutes Speed

15%

Presentation

10%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING An inventory of sales presented in an orderly, neatly manner with accurate computations.

Organizer/s

T O O L S

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

Communication Skills

5%

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches) a. 2 sheets of bond paper

AFTER a. Output shall be judged by a special set of judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the kill competitio titi n. skills

USE

An aid to sound enterpreneurial activities that reflect capital, sales, profit, and return of investment

Contestant/s a. pencil b. b eraser c. ruler

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

1

TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S)

100%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percenatge Table

FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges

NOTES a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are not allowed to stay in the contest area while the contest is in progress. c. This contest is made to test the mathematical ability of pupils, so the use of calculator is prohibited. d. No rounding off in all computations ( selling price & cost price)

(for computations)

M A T E R I A L S

b. ballpens (blue and red)


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR SALES INVENTORY CRITERIA A.WORKMANSHIP 70% 1. Accuracy of Computations 25%

95 • Computations were done accurately.

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 • Computations were • Was observed to have done but observed to 2 errors in have 1 error. computations.

2. Classification of Items 25%

• All items in the list were classified accordingly.

• One (1) item was not properly classified.

• Two (2) items were not properly classified.

3. Neatness and Orderliness of Inventory 20%

• Finished the inventory neatly and orderly.

• Finished the inventory neatly but with one (1) item not in order.

• Finished the inventory neatly but with two (2) items not in order.

• Was able to finish the output 20 minutes before the allotted time. • No erasures

• Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time.

• Was able to finish the output within the allotted time.

• With one (1) to two (2) erasure(s). • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• With three (3) to four (4) erasures. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

B. SPEED

15%

C. PRESENTATION

10%

D. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Was observed to have three (3) or more errors in computations. • Three (3) or more items were not properly classified. • Finished the inventory neatly but with three (3) or more items not in order. • Was able to finish the output 5 minutes after the allotted time. • With five (5) or more erasures • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR SALES INVENTORY CRITERIA A.WORKMANSHIP 70% 1. Accuracy of Computations 25%

95 • Computations were done accurately.

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 • Computations were • Was observed to have done but observed to 2 errors in have 1 error. computations.

2. Classification of Items 25%

• All items in the list were classified accordingly.

• One (1) item was not properly classified.

• Two (2) items were not properly classified.

3. Neatness and Orderliness of Inventory 20%

• Finished the inventory neatly and orderly.

• Finished the inventory neatly but with one (1) item not in order.

• Finished the inventory neatly but with two (2) items not in order.

• Was able to finish the output 20 minutes before the allotted time. • No erasures

• Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time.

• Was able to finish the output within the allotted time.

• With one (1) to two (2) erasure(s). • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• With three (3) to four (4) erasures. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

B. SPEED

15%

C. PRESENTATION

10%

D. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

• Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • Was observed to have three (3) or more errors in computations. • Three (3) or more items were not properly classified. • Finished the inventory neatly but with three (3) or more items not in order. • Was able to finish the output 5 minutes after the allotted time. • With five (5) or more erasures • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: CONTEST PACKAGE Sales Inventory

Retail Trade

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

GRADE LEVEL:

Grade V or VI

Number of Participants: RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

T O

Workmanship

70%

TIME ALLOTMENT

DESCRIPTION

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

30 minutes Speed

15%

Presentation

10%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DURING An inventory of sales presented in an orderly, neatly manner with accurate computations.

Organizer/s

T O O L S

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

Communication Skills

5%

c. Other instructions (i.e. coaches) a. 2 sheets of bond paper

AFTER a. Output shall be judged by a special set of judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the kill competitio titi n. skills

USE

An aid to sound enterpreneurial activities that reflect capital, sales, profit, and return of investment

Contestant/s a. pencil b. b eraser c. ruler

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

1

TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S)

100%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percenatge Table

FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges

NOTES a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are not allowed to stay in the contest area while the contest is in progress. c. This contest is made to test the mathematical ability of pupils, so the use of calculator is prohibited. d. No rounding off in all computations ( selling price & cost price)

(for computations)

M A T E R I A L S

b. ballpens (blue and red)


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Agricultural Technology CONTEST PACKAGE

Dish Gardening

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Creativity Creativity

30%

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest

1 hour DESCRIPTION

A miniature garden in a dish showing the beauty of how plants are landscaped and arranged systematically to provide appreciation of art through living and non-living things.

administrator a day before the actual competition.

Visual Impact

30%

Proper handling of Tools and Materials

Safety Work Habits

DURING 15%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

administrator (10 minutes). b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants (5 minutes). c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipments.

10%

Time Management

10%

M A T E R I A L S

Contest Administrator. c c.

Communication Skills TOTAL

5%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Used as decoration inside and outside the building.

T O O L S

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the

None

Dish Gardener/Landscape Gardener USE

T O

Contestant/s

Organizer/s

a. knife b. mini shovel c. sprayer d. pruning shear

T

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

RESOURCES

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

Number of Participants: 1

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division

and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within a 3

meter range. c. Outputs shall become the property of the organizers.

O T H E R S

container pebbles rocks shells e. climber plants f. cacti

a. b. c. d.

g. ferns h. leafy ornamentals

a. compost b. clay dish (circular, 20 inches

diameter) c. garden soil


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR DISH GARDENING CRITERIA A. CREATIVITY

30% •

1. Design

15% •

2. Accessories B. VISUAL IMPACT 1. Proportion

15% 10%

2. Organization

10%

3. Color Combination

10%

30%

• C. PROPER HANDLING OF TOOLS AND MATERIALS 15%

95 The landscape design was unique and artistic. Appropriate and attractive accessories were used. All of the following we++-re observed: - Well proportioned height to size of vase. - Well proportioned accessories. - Well organized plants and accessories. - Pleasing color combination. Appropriate tools and materials were properly used all the time.

E. TIME MANAGEMENT

10%

10%

F. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

• •

• Used safety gadgets sometimes.

80 • The landscape design is a mixture. • Over decorated or under accessorized. • Only 1 of the following were observed: - Well proportioned height to size of vase. - Well proportioned accessories. - Well organized plants and accessories. - Pleasing color combination. • Inappropriate tools and materials were used.

• Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during and after the performance. • Finished the output 10 minutes before the allotted time.

• Used appropriate gadgets most of the time. • Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during the performance only. • Finished the output 5 minutes before the given time.

• Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during the performance only. • Finished the output within the given time.

• Orderliness and cleanliness were observed after the performance. • Was not able to finish the output within the given time.

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• Used safety gadgets all the time. D. SAFETY WORK HABITS

PERFROMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 The landscape design was artistic • The landscape design was very and innovative. commercial. Appropriate accessories were • Appropriate but limited accessories used. were used. Only 3 of the following were • Only 2 of the following were observed: observed: - Well proportioned - Well proportioned height to size of vase. height to size of vase. - Well proportioned accessories. - Well proportioned accessories. - Well organized plants - Well organized plants and accessories. and accessories. - Pleasing color combination. - Pleasing color combination. Appropriate tools and materials • Appropriate tools and materials were properly used most of the were used sometimes. time.

• Was not able to use safety gadgets.


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR DISH GARDENING CRITERIA A. CREATIVITY

30% •

1. Design

15% •

2. Accessories B. VISUAL IMPACT 1. Proportion

15% 10%

2. Organization

10%

3. Color Combination

10%

30%

• C. PROPER HANDLING OF TOOLS AND MATERIALS 15%

95 The landscape design was unique and artistic. Appropriate and attractive accessories were used. All of the following we++-re observed: - Well proportioned height to size of vase. - Well proportioned accessories. - Well organized plants and accessories. - Pleasing color combination. Appropriate tools and materials were properly used all the time.

E. TIME MANAGEMENT

10%

10%

F. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%

• •

• Used safety gadgets sometimes.

80 • The landscape design is a mixture. • Over decorated or under accessorized. • Only 1 of the following were observed: - Well proportioned height to size of vase. - Well proportioned accessories. - Well organized plants and accessories. - Pleasing color combination. • Inappropriate tools and materials were used.

• Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during and after the performance. • Finished the output 10 minutes before the allotted time.

• Used appropriate gadgets most of the time. • Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during the performance only. • Finished the output 5 minutes before the given time.

• Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during the performance only. • Finished the output within the given time.

• Orderliness and cleanliness were observed after the performance. • Was not able to finish the output within the given time.

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• Used safety gadgets all the time. D. SAFETY WORK HABITS

PERFROMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 The landscape design was artistic • The landscape design was very and innovative. commercial. Appropriate accessories were • Appropriate but limited accessories used. were used. Only 3 of the following were • Only 2 of the following were observed: observed: - Well proportioned - Well proportioned height to size of vase. height to size of vase. - Well proportioned accessories. - Well proportioned accessories. - Well organized plants - Well organized plants and accessories. and accessories. - Pleasing color combination. - Pleasing color combination. Appropriate tools and materials • Appropriate tools and materials were properly used most of the were used sometimes. time.

• Was not able to use safety gadgets.


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Agricultural Technology CONTEST PACKAGE

Dish Gardening

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Creativity Creativity

30%

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest

1 hour DESCRIPTION

A miniature garden in a dish showing the beauty of how plants are landscaped and arranged systematically to provide appreciation of art through living and non-living things.

administrator a day before the actual competition.

Visual Impact

30%

Proper handling of Tools and Materials

Safety Work Habits

DURING 15%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

administrator (10 minutes). b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants (5 minutes). c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipments.

10%

Time Management

10%

M A T E R I A L S

Contest Administrator. c c.

Communication Skills TOTAL

5%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

NOTES

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Used as decoration inside and outside the building.

T O O L S

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the

None

Dish Gardener/Landscape Gardener USE

T O

Contestant/s

Organizer/s

a. knife b. mini shovel c. sprayer d. pruning shear

T

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

RESOURCES

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

Number of Participants: 1

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division

and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within a 3

meter range. c. Outputs shall become the property of the organizers.

O T H E R S

container pebbles rocks shells e. climber plants f. cacti

a. b. c. d.

g. ferns h. leafy ornamentals

a. compost b. clay dish (circular, 20 inches

diameter) c. garden soil


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA:

CONTEST PACKAGE

Electronic Poster-Making TIME ALLOTMENT

Entrepreneurship and Information and Communications Technology Integration

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Creativity

PROCEDURE/SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

PERCENTAGE

30%

2h hours DESCRIPTION

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a.

Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

b.

Submission of required documents for the contest.

c.

e.

Ocular inspection of the contest venue (Provision of emergency power power supply, supply, installations installations of of software) software) Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator before the competition. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

f.

Provision of uniform graphic images in all PCs.

d.

Use of Photo Editing Tools

Third Year/ Fourth Year

YEAR LEVEL:

25%

Number of Participants: 1

RESOURCES T O

Contestant/s

Organizer/s a. Photo Editing Software

(Adobe Photoshop)

T O O L S T

DURING Harminy and Balance

Graphic images and editing tools are essential in enhancing and developing pictures in variety of applications and designs. Relevance to the Theme

15%

a. b. c.

10%

d.

e.

ILLUSTRATION

Oral Presentation

Briefing of trainers and contestant with the contest administrator (10 minutes). Final instruction of trainers with their contestants (5 minutes). Issues/concerns raised while the contest is in progress shall not be entertained. Emphasize that only the images provided by the contest administrator shall be used. Importation of objects from the Internet and other storage media is prohibited. Printing of output shall not be counted within time allotment.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

USE

Speed

TOTAL

a. b.

Outputs shall be evaluated by special set of judges. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator Administrator.

c.

All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

d.

Presentation should not exceed 5 minutes.

10%

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Commercial servicing

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges

NOTES a. b.

With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. Coaches are not allowed to stay in the contest area while the contest is in progress.

a. b. c. d.

complete set of PCs colored printer multimedia projector CD/DVD writer

a. blank CD (optional) b. graphic images in jpg format

10%

AFTER

Graphic Designer/editor, Tarpaulin Lay-out, Web Designer, Logo Maker

E Q U I P M E N T

M A T E R I A L S


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR ELECTRONIC POSTER-MAKING CRITERIA A. CREATIVITY

30%

1. Enhancement 15%

2. Ingenuity/ Innovation 15% B. USE OF PHOTO EDITING TOOLS 25% 1. Utilization of Tools and Features 15% 2. Mastery

10%

C. HARMONY AND BALANCE

15%

D. RELEVANCE TO THE THEME

10%

E. ORAL PRESENTATION

10%

F. SPEED

10%

• All of the objects were created/used to form/signify meaning or individuality • All tools and features were applied in the development of design

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 • Four (4) to five (5) • Two (2) to three (3) enhancements/innovations in enhancements/innovations in terms of designs and effects terms of designs and effects were observed. were observed. • Four (4) to five (5) of the objects • 50% of the objects were were created/used to form/signify created/used to form/signify meaning or individuality meaning or individuality • Four (4) to five (5) tools and • Two (2) to three (3) tools and features were applied in the features were applied in the development of design development of design

• 25% or less of the objects were created/used to form/signify meaning or individuality • Only one (1) tool and feature was applied in the development of design

• No trial and error in using/applying tools and effects.

• One (1) to two (2) trial/s and error/s in using/applying tools and effects.

• Three (3) to four (4) trials and errors in using/applying tools and effects.

• More than five (5) trials and errors in using/applying tools and effects.

• All of the objects and choice of color were based in the elements and principles of design. • The design clearly reflected the concept/meaning of the theme.

• Four (4) to five (5) of the objects and choice of color were based in the elements and principles of design. • The design reflected some major key points of the theme.

• Two (2) to three (3) of the objects and choice of color were based in the elements and principles of design. • The design reflected minor key points of the theme.

• Only one (1) of the objects and one (1) choice of color was based in the elements and principles of design. • No relevance to the theme.

• No grammatical errors, clear, speaks fluently, justifies key points of the concept being presented. • Finished the output 10 minutes before the allotted time.

• Minimal grammatical errors, clear, justify key points of the concept being presented.

• Minimal grammatical errors, vague key points of the concept being presented.

• Poor grammatical construction, no focus on concept being presented.

• Finished the output 5 minutes before the allotted time.

• Finished the output within the given time.

• Was not able to finish the output within the given time.

95 • All enhancements/ innovations in terms of designs and effects were observed.

80 • No enhancement/ innovation in terms of designs and effects were observed.


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA:

CONTEST PACKAGE Bookkeeping Using MS-Excel Program TIME ALLOTMENT

Entrepreneurship and Information and YEAR LEVEL: Third Year/ Fourth Year Communications Technology Integration

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Accuracy

PROCEDURE/SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

PERCENTAGE

40%

a.

Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

b.

Submission of required documents for the contest.

c.

Ocular inspection of the contest venue

Briefing g of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator before the competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

d.

3 hours DESCRIPTION

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

Completeness

25%

DURING a. b.

Skill in bookkeeping or in simple accounting is essential to the business undertaking to be able to know if the business is gaining or making profit. The application of electronic spreadsheet in recording can ease the job of a bookkeeper or an accountant.

Presentation

Lay-out/Format

15%

10%

RESOURCES T O

T O O L S

*Financial Statements - 10-column worksheet -Balance Sheet -Income Statement c. Final instruction of trainers with their contestants (5 minutes). d. Inspect the contest materials and equipment. e. Printing of output shall not be counted within time allotment. f. Problems for business transactions shall be prepared by the judges.

E Q U I P M E N T

prohibited.

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

10%

Sample Business Transactions EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Preparation of Financial Statements is typical to any types of business establishments.

Outputs shall be evaluated by special set of judges.

b b.

All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator.

All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition. d. Presentation should not exceed 5 minutes. c.

Bookkeeper or Accountant USE

a.

TOTAL

100%

NOTES

ATTACHMENT(S)

a.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

b.

Coaches are not allowed to stay in the contest area while the contest is in progress.

FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges

Organizer/s a. Processor: Pentium IV or equivalent b. Application Software: MS Excel XP c. PC Accessories

a. complete computer system b. LCD projector

a. bond paper b. score sheet c. USB

g. Other instructions from coaches and contest administrator are

Time Management

Contestant/s

T

Briefing of trainers and contestant with the contest administrator (10 minutes). The contestant will work on an electronic 10-column worksheet. Hyperlink shall be applied: *2-column journal for adjusting entries

Number of Participants: 1

M A T E R I A L S


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA:

CONTEST PACKAGE Bookkeeping Using MS-Excel Program TIME ALLOTMENT

Entrepreneurship and Information and YEAR LEVEL: Third Year/ Fourth Year Communications Technology Integration

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Accuracy

PROCEDURE/SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

PERCENTAGE

40%

a.

Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

b.

Submission of required documents for the contest.

c.

Ocular inspection of the contest venue

Briefing g of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator before the competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

d.

3 hours DESCRIPTION

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

Completeness

25%

DURING a. b.

Skill in bookkeeping or in simple accounting is essential to the business undertaking to be able to know if the business is gaining or making profit. The application of electronic spreadsheet in recording can ease the job of a bookkeeper or an accountant.

Presentation

Lay-out/Format

15%

10%

RESOURCES T O

T O O L S

*Financial Statements - 10-column worksheet -Balance Sheet -Income Statement c. Final instruction of trainers with their contestants (5 minutes). d. Inspect the contest materials and equipment. e. Printing of output shall not be counted within time allotment. f. Problems for business transactions shall be prepared by the judges.

E Q U I P M E N T

prohibited.

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

10%

Sample Business Transactions EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Preparation of Financial Statements is typical to any types of business establishments.

Outputs shall be evaluated by special set of judges.

b b.

All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator.

All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition. d. Presentation should not exceed 5 minutes. c.

Bookkeeper or Accountant USE

a.

TOTAL

100%

NOTES

ATTACHMENT(S)

a.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate.

b.

Coaches are not allowed to stay in the contest area while the contest is in progress.

FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges

Organizer/s a. Processor: Pentium IV or equivalent b. Application Software: MS Excel XP c. PC Accessories

a. complete computer system b. LCD projector

a. bond paper b. score sheet c. USB

g. Other instructions from coaches and contest administrator are

Time Management

Contestant/s

T

Briefing of trainers and contestant with the contest administrator (10 minutes). The contestant will work on an electronic 10-column worksheet. Hyperlink shall be applied: *2-column journal for adjusting entries

Number of Participants: 1

M A T E R I A L S


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR ELECTRONIC SPREADSHEET CRITERIA A. ACCURACY

40%

B. COMPLETENESS 25%

C. PRESENTATION 15%

D. LAY-OUT/ FORMAT

E. TIME MANAGEMENT

10%

10%

95 • Entries were properly and accurately recorded.

• Entries were recorded completely in an appropriate column and manner.

• Exhibited good voice projection, appropriate body language, correct grammar and punctuation.

• All parts of the 10column worksheet were sequentially arranged and indention on other parts was observed.

• Finished the output 10 minutes before the allotted time.

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 Entries were properly • Entries were properly recorded but with 1-3 recorded but with 4-7 inaccurate data. inaccurate data. Entries were recorded • Entries were recorded completely but 1-3 completely but 4-6 entries were recorded in entries were recorded in an inappropriate column an inappropriate column and manner. and manner. Exhibited good voice • Exhibited fair voice projection, appropriate projection, fair body body language with one language with 3-5 or two incorrect incorrect grammar and grammar and punctuation. punctuation. All parts of the 10• Some parts of the 10column worksheet were column worksheet were sequentially arranged sequentially arranged but 1-2 indentions on but 3-5 indentions on some parts were not some parts were not observed. observed. Finished the output 5 • Finished the output minutes before the within the given time. allotted time.

80 • Entries were properly recorded but with 8-10 inaccurate data. • Only few entries were recorded and in an inappropriate column and manner. • Exhibited fair body language with more than 5 incorrect grammar and punctuation. • Most parts of the 10column worksheet were not sequentially arranged and indention on some parts was not observed. • Was not able to finish the output within the given time.


Sample Problems on Business Transactions The following is the unadjusted trial balance of P.D. trading on December 31, 2007, the end of the accounting period.

Cash Accounts Receivable Allowance for Bad Debts Notes Receivable Inventory, January 1 Furniture and Equipment Accumulated Depreciation Land Accounts Payable Notes Payable-bank debt in 2 years Mortgage Payable-due in 5 years P.D., Capital Sales Sales Returns and Allowance Purchases Freight In Salaries Rent Expense Insurance Other Operating Expenses Interest Expense Interest Income Total

P

10,000.00 40,000.00 P

400.00

12,000.00 22,000.00 25,000.00 10,000.00 115,000.00 60,000.00 20,000.00 50,000.00 99,000.00 360,000.00 11,000.00 280,000.00 6,200.00 36,000.00 24,000.00 4,800.00 12,000.00 1,800.00 P

600,000.00 P

600.00 600,000.00

Additional information for adjustments:

a. Estimated bad debts are 2 ½% of accounts receivable. b. A note receivable P8,000.00, 60-day 6% is dated Nov. 16, 2007. c. The furniture and equipment were acquired on Jan. 1, 2005 and are estimated to last two years from December 31, 2007. d. The note payable to bank is 15% note dated Sept. 1, 2007. e. Accrued interest on mortgage is P1,500.00. f. Accrued salaries 1,200.00. g. Prepaid rent P8,000.00 h. Unexpired insurance P600.00. i. Prepaid interest expense P300.00. j. Prepaid interest income P100.00. k. Inventory, December 31, 2007, P62,440.00.


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR ELECTRONIC SPREADSHEET CRITERIA A. ACCURACY

40%

B. COMPLETENESS 25%

C. PRESENTATION 15%

D. LAY-OUT/ FORMAT

E. TIME MANAGEMENT

10%

10%

95 • Entries were properly and accurately recorded.

• Entries were recorded completely in an appropriate column and manner.

• Exhibited good voice projection, appropriate body language, correct grammar and punctuation.

• All parts of the 10column worksheet were sequentially arranged and indention on other parts was observed.

• Finished the output 10 minutes before the allotted time.

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 Entries were properly • Entries were properly recorded but with 1-3 recorded but with 4-7 inaccurate data. inaccurate data. Entries were recorded • Entries were recorded completely but 1-3 completely but 4-6 entries were recorded in entries were recorded in an inappropriate column an inappropriate column and manner. and manner. Exhibited good voice • Exhibited fair voice projection, appropriate projection, fair body body language with one language with 3-5 or two incorrect incorrect grammar and grammar and punctuation. punctuation. All parts of the 10• Some parts of the 10column worksheet were column worksheet were sequentially arranged sequentially arranged but 1-2 indentions on but 3-5 indentions on some parts were not some parts were not observed. observed. Finished the output 5 • Finished the output minutes before the within the given time. allotted time.

80 • Entries were properly recorded but with 8-10 inaccurate data. • Only few entries were recorded and in an inappropriate column and manner. • Exhibited fair body language with more than 5 incorrect grammar and punctuation. • Most parts of the 10column worksheet were not sequentially arranged and indention on some parts was not observed. • Was not able to finish the output within the given time.


Sample Problems on Business Transactions The following is the unadjusted trial balance of P.D. trading on December 31, 2007, the end of the accounting period.

Cash Accounts Receivable Allowance for Bad Debts Notes Receivable Inventory, January 1 Furniture and Equipment Accumulated Depreciation Land Accounts Payable Notes Payable-bank debt in 2 years Mortgage Payable-due in 5 years P.D., Capital Sales Sales Returns and Allowance Purchases Freight In Salaries Rent Expense Insurance Other Operating Expenses Interest Expense Interest Income Total

P

10,000.00 40,000.00 P

400.00

12,000.00 22,000.00 25,000.00 10,000.00 115,000.00 60,000.00 20,000.00 50,000.00 99,000.00 360,000.00 11,000.00 280,000.00 6,200.00 36,000.00 24,000.00 4,800.00 12,000.00 1,800.00 P

600,000.00 P

600.00 600,000.00

Additional information for adjustments:

a. Estimated bad debts are 2 ½% of accounts receivable. b. A note receivable P8,000.00, 60-day 6% is dated Nov. 16, 2007. c. The furniture and equipment were acquired on Jan. 1, 2005 and are estimated to last two years from December 31, 2007. d. The note payable to bank is 15% note dated Sept. 1, 2007. e. Accrued interest on mortgage is P1,500.00. f. Accrued salaries 1,200.00. g. Prepaid rent P8,000.00 h. Unexpired insurance P600.00. i. Prepaid interest expense P300.00. j. Prepaid interest income P100.00. k. Inventory, December 31, 2007, P62,440.00.


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

BUSINESS PLANNING COMPETITION GUIDELINES I.

Team Composition

Each Team is composed of three to five (3-5) high school students. The team advisors should be two (2) TLE teacher-coaches. II.

Judges

The Judges for the Business Planning Competition will be from the business sector, academe, Department of Education specialists, and community leaders. III.

Mechanics A. B. C. D. E. F.

IV.

Each school, division or region, as applicable, shall field a team for the Business Planning Competition. A hard and soft copy of the Business Plan presentation must be submitted before the first day of the actual competition to the Secretariat. A paper screening of the submitted business plans shall be conducted. A Team shall present its business plan using available technology before a Panel of Judges for fifteen (15) minutes only. After the presentation, the judges may ask questions for 10 minutes to properly assess the business plan. The Teams with the five highest scores will be declared the winners.

Business Planning Format A. B. C. D.

During the Business Planning Presentation, the Teams are expected to provide the Judges with the written Business Plan. The Business Plan must not exceed 10 pages (Font: Arial, Size: 10, 1.5 spacing), excluding the executive summary and the financial data. Attachments may include pictures of the products and the projected financial statement, which cannot exceed and additional 10 pages. The business plan should include the following: Section 1 Section 2

: :

Executive Summary Personal Details I. Names of the Authors and Brief Biography of Each II. Names of Advisors and Brief Biography of Each

Section 3

:

Overview of the Business I. Name of Business II. Describe Your Business Model III. What is its Vision and Mission?


Section 4

:

Business Plan I. The Problem/Need A. Describe the exact problem/need that you are addressing B. Why is it important to address the problem/need? C. How will the business solve the problem/need? II. Vision, Mission and Values A. Vision What change do you want to see if the problem/need is solved? B. Mission Your mission should contain clear goals and objectives that present practical steps to achieve your vision. C. Values What are your guiding concepts and principles? D. These values should be critical to your culture, integrity and activities. III. Marketing Plan A. Research and Analysis Who are your target markets? What is the market size and trends? (Competition and estimated market share) B. Marketing Plan How will you market your product/service and how do you reach customers? How will you serve your target group and your investors? Do you have business partners? Specify your partner’s role, added value and location. IV. Production/Technical Plan A. Detailed description of products and services B. Operating Strategies What is your production model? What are the Components, Raw Materials, Suppliers, Transportation needed? How will you access it? What research needs to be done in order to develop your product or help you develop your product? C. Critical Risk Who are your competitors? How is your business different from the others? What is your competitive strategy? Who are your partners? What are their roles, added value to maximize the impact? What are your risks and opportunities?


V.

VI.

What is your potential impact? How will you capitalize to prevent the risks? Organizational/Management Plan A. Who are the members of your team? B. What can they contribute to the business? C. Who else needs to be part of the team? Operational Plan A. Identify how you will implement your business. Assign responsibilities of tasks and schedule your deliverables and necessary resources? You may create a work breakdown schedule to develop estimates, assign personnel, back progress and show the score of work of each department/individual. B. Monitoring & Evaluation What outcomes are you trying to achieve for your target? How will you monitor your achievements? What are your performance targets? You may create a timeline on when these will be achieved.

Section 5

:

Sustainability I. Financial Plan (This includes strategies for fund raising.) A. What is the average investment needed? B. What are the specific investments needed in year 1-2? C. What percent of the investment will be your own financial contribution? D. How will you raise funds to start the business? E. After how many years will your business generate profit? II. Social Impact A. What are your long-term desired outcomes? B. What is/are the social impact that will be generated from each of the activities of your business? C. What is the impact of the business to the community? (Employment, women, quality of living, knowledge created, potential for long-term spin offs)

Section 6

:

Addendum (Pictures and documentation materials, if available)


V.

Criteria for Judging BUSINESS PLAN EVALUATION FORM

Name of Project: _________________________________________________ CRITERIA

MAXIMUM SCORE

Marketing Plan • • • • •

Understanding of the target market segments Clarity of the demand and supply analysis Understanding of the competitors’ marketing strategies Appropriateness of the marketing strategies Soundness of the project sales

25

Production Plan • • • • • • •

Appropriateness of the production schedule/service/merchandising Fixed assets to be used in production Soundness of the planned capacity Clarity of the production process Effectiveness of space layout Planned system of materials handling Accuracy of calculations of direct and indirect cost

25

Organization and Management • • • • • • • •

Qualification of project proponents Proposed organizational structure Clarity of the job description Qualifications of key officers Remuneration and incentive packages Calculations for administrative expense List of pre-operating activities Pre-operating expenses

25

Financial Plan 25 • • • • •

Completeness Total project cost Computation Profit and loss statement Accuracy of cash flow statement Accuracy of balance sheet Computation of financial ratios

Your Score


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics CONTEST PACKAGE

Cocktail Mixing TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Number of Participants: 1 RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

Contestant/s PERCENTAGE

Workmanship

40%

General A Appearance

15%

10 minutes DESCRIPTION

YEAR LEVEL: Fourth Year

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. b. c. d.

Contest registration of trainers and contestants. Submission of required documents for the contest. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. Inspection and distribution of contest contest supplies, e. Inspection accessories, cocktail glass, bar tools and equipment.

T O O L S

Organizer/s

a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

bar spoon/stirrer shaker bar strainer chopping board bar knife ice shovel/scoop/tongs cocktail glass h. coaster i. jigger/shot glass

DURING Appropriateness of Cocktail Glass

Cocktail is a mixed drink made up of a base liquor, a modifier, and a special flavoring or coloring agents with garnish.

15%

15%

Flavor/Taste

5%

Speed

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes). b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipment. d. Preparation of bar supplies and food stocks, general supplies, accessories, bar tools and glassware shall be five (5) minutes. e. Upon the contest administrator's signal, 5 minutes is given to contestant to execute the cocktail drink complete with garnishing. Ready made garnishing shall not be allowed.

E Q U I P M E N T

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

5%

None EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

NOTES

Bartender/Mixicologist/Entrepreneur USE

TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

Thirst quencher, aperitif, aid for digestion, and stimulant

a. When necessary, coaches can still judge for the general presentation category. b. Proper safety and sanitation shall be observed by trainers and contestants after the contest for the next users.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Special set of judges

a. Contest ad Contest administrator should see to it that coach-judge shall not judge his/her trainee-contestant. b. Only lambanog shall be used as base liquor. c. Only edible garnishes or decorations are permitted. d. Contestant is required to: 1) wear black pants, white long sleeves, polo shirts with black bow tie, 2) submit written recipe of the cocktail drink in a 5" x 8" index card to be given to the judges before the contest.

M A T E R I A L S

a. blender

a. demonstration table

a. modifiers (bitter, juices, syrups) b. other mixers (soda, tonic, colas) c. special and coloring agents (grenadine, eggs and other)

a. plain lambanog b. water for cleaning the used jiggers/shot glass

d. accessories (cocktail napkin and straws e. garnishes (food stocks) f ice f. g. garbage receptacles


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics CONTEST PACKAGE

Cocktail Mixing TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Number of Participants: 1 RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

Contestant/s PERCENTAGE

Workmanship

40%

General A Appearance

15%

10 minutes DESCRIPTION

YEAR LEVEL: Fourth Year

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. b. c. d.

Contest registration of trainers and contestants. Submission of required documents for the contest. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition. Inspection and distribution of contest contest supplies, e. Inspection accessories, cocktail glass, bar tools and equipment.

T O O L S

Organizer/s

a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

bar spoon/stirrer shaker bar strainer chopping board bar knife ice shovel/scoop/tongs cocktail glass h. coaster i. jigger/shot glass

DURING Appropriateness of Cocktail Glass

Cocktail is a mixed drink made up of a base liquor, a modifier, and a special flavoring or coloring agents with garnish.

15%

15%

Flavor/Taste

5%

Speed

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes). b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipment. d. Preparation of bar supplies and food stocks, general supplies, accessories, bar tools and glassware shall be five (5) minutes. e. Upon the contest administrator's signal, 5 minutes is given to contestant to execute the cocktail drink complete with garnishing. Ready made garnishing shall not be allowed.

E Q U I P M E N T

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

5%

None EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

NOTES

Bartender/Mixicologist/Entrepreneur USE

TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

Thirst quencher, aperitif, aid for digestion, and stimulant

a. When necessary, coaches can still judge for the general presentation category. b. Proper safety and sanitation shall be observed by trainers and contestants after the contest for the next users.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Special set of judges

a. Contest ad Contest administrator should see to it that coach-judge shall not judge his/her trainee-contestant. b. Only lambanog shall be used as base liquor. c. Only edible garnishes or decorations are permitted. d. Contestant is required to: 1) wear black pants, white long sleeves, polo shirts with black bow tie, 2) submit written recipe of the cocktail drink in a 5" x 8" index card to be given to the judges before the contest.

M A T E R I A L S

a. blender

a. demonstration table

a. modifiers (bitter, juices, syrups) b. other mixers (soda, tonic, colas) c. special and coloring agents (grenadine, eggs and other)

a. plain lambanog b. water for cleaning the used jiggers/shot glass

d. accessories (cocktail napkin and straws e. garnishes (food stocks) f ice f. g. garbage receptacles


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR COCKTAIL MIXING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Preparation of Ingredients Measuring of the Ingredients 3. Mixing Techniques

40% • 5% •

2.

4.

10% • 10 % •

95 All ingredients were systematically and orderly prepared.

All ingredients were measured accurately. Followed the correct mixing techniques at all times.

Exhibited outstanding confidence or showmanship all throughout while mixing. Demonstrated proper food handling, safe and hygienic practices at all times.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 One (1) ingredient was not • Two (2) of the ingredients were not systematically and orderly prepared. systematically and orderly prepared. One (1) ingredient was not measured accurately. Observed once not following the correct technique in mixing.

Exhibited one (1) incident of diffidence or being uncertain while mixing. Observed once improper food handling, unsafe or unhygienic practices.

Two (2) ingredients were not measured accurately. Observed twice not following the correct technique in mixing.

Exhibited two (2) incidents of diffidence or being uncertain while mixing. Observed twice improper food handling, unsafe or unhygienic practices.

80 Three (3) or more ingredients were not systematically and orderly prepared. Three (3) or more ingredients were not measured accurately. Observed thrice or more not following the correct mixing technique. Exhibited three (3) or more incidents of diffidence or being uncertain while mixing Observed thrice or more improper food handling, unsafe or unhygienic practices.

5.

Confidence/ Showmanship while Mixing Work Habits

5% 5%

6.

Attire

5%

Attire was completely clean and well-pressed.

Has seen one (1) spot of dirt with wrinkle.

Has seen two (2) spots of dirt with wrinkles.

Has seen three (3) or more spots of dirt with wrinkles.

The cocktail drink was presented very attractive and appetizingly (no point/area of improvement) The garnishes were all edible and matched with the cocktail.

The cocktail drink was presented with one (1) point/area of improvement. One (1) garnish used was not edible but match with the cocktail.

The cocktail drink was presented with two (2) points/areas of improvement. Two (2) garnishes used were not edible and did not match the cocktail. Totally incorrect/inappropriate choice and use of glass.

The cocktail drink was presented with three (3) or more points/ areas of improvement. Three (3) or more garnishes used were not edible and did not match the cocktail. Totally incorrect/inappropriate choice and use of glass with cracks.

B. GENERAL APPEARANCE 1.

Presentation

5% •

Garniture 10% (decorations) C. APPROPRIATENESS OF COCKTAIL GLASS 15% 1. Appropriateness (Standard) 5% Clearness

5%

C. FLAVOR/TASTE

15%

D. SPEED

10%

Cocktail glass used was standard (very appropriate) for lambanogbased.

Al purpose or substitute cocktail glass was used.

The cocktail glass was crystalclear. Four (4) or more tastes/flavors were observed. Finished the output 1½ minute before the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

The cocktail glass was semitransparent. Three (3) tastes/flavors were observed. Finished the output 1 minute before the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

The cocktail glass was translucent.

The cocktail glass was opaque.

Two (2) tastes/flavors were observed. Finished the output within the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Only one (1) taste/flavor was observed. Was not able to finish the output within the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• 5%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

15%

2.

2.

• • •

• •

• •


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR COCKTAIL MIXING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Preparation of Ingredients Measuring of the Ingredients 3. Mixing Techniques

40% • 5% •

2.

4.

10% • 10 % •

95 All ingredients were systematically and orderly prepared.

All ingredients were measured accurately. Followed the correct mixing techniques at all times.

Exhibited outstanding confidence or showmanship all throughout while mixing. Demonstrated proper food handling, safe and hygienic practices at all times.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 One (1) ingredient was not • Two (2) of the ingredients were not systematically and orderly prepared. systematically and orderly prepared. One (1) ingredient was not measured accurately. Observed once not following the correct technique in mixing.

Exhibited one (1) incident of diffidence or being uncertain while mixing. Observed once improper food handling, unsafe or unhygienic practices.

Two (2) ingredients were not measured accurately. Observed twice not following the correct technique in mixing.

Exhibited two (2) incidents of diffidence or being uncertain while mixing. Observed twice improper food handling, unsafe or unhygienic practices.

80 Three (3) or more ingredients were not systematically and orderly prepared. Three (3) or more ingredients were not measured accurately. Observed thrice or more not following the correct mixing technique. Exhibited three (3) or more incidents of diffidence or being uncertain while mixing Observed thrice or more improper food handling, unsafe or unhygienic practices.

5.

Confidence/ Showmanship while Mixing Work Habits

5% 5%

6.

Attire

5%

Attire was completely clean and well-pressed.

Has seen one (1) spot of dirt with wrinkle.

Has seen two (2) spots of dirt with wrinkles.

Has seen three (3) or more spots of dirt with wrinkles.

The cocktail drink was presented very attractive and appetizingly (no point/area of improvement) The garnishes were all edible and matched with the cocktail.

The cocktail drink was presented with one (1) point/area of improvement. One (1) garnish used was not edible but match with the cocktail.

The cocktail drink was presented with two (2) points/areas of improvement. Two (2) garnishes used were not edible and did not match the cocktail. Totally incorrect/inappropriate choice and use of glass.

The cocktail drink was presented with three (3) or more points/ areas of improvement. Three (3) or more garnishes used were not edible and did not match the cocktail. Totally incorrect/inappropriate choice and use of glass with cracks.

B. GENERAL APPEARANCE 1.

Presentation

5% •

Garniture 10% (decorations) C. APPROPRIATENESS OF COCKTAIL GLASS 15% 1. Appropriateness (Standard) 5% Clearness

5%

C. FLAVOR/TASTE

15%

D. SPEED

10%

Cocktail glass used was standard (very appropriate) for lambanogbased.

Al purpose or substitute cocktail glass was used.

The cocktail glass was crystalclear. Four (4) or more tastes/flavors were observed. Finished the output 1½ minute before the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

The cocktail glass was semitransparent. Three (3) tastes/flavors were observed. Finished the output 1 minute before the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

The cocktail glass was translucent.

The cocktail glass was opaque.

Two (2) tastes/flavors were observed. Finished the output within the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Only one (1) taste/flavor was observed. Was not able to finish the output within the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• 5%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

15%

2.

2.

• • •

• •

• •


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE

YEAR LEVEL: Fourth Year

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS T

CRITERIA

Engine Tune-up (Gasoline) TIME ALLOTMENT

1 hour DESCRIPTION

PERCENTAGE

Workmanship Quality of Work 65% - Functionality Functionality 35% - Accuracy 30% Use of tools and materials 10% 10% Safety

Engine tune-up is one of the routinary, regular quick services and income Speed generating activities offered in automotive. The purpose of it is to bring and maintain the engine to its optimum performance without Communication Skills sacrificing engine fuel consumption and overall performance of the vehicle.

85%

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestant.

c. feeler gauge

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue.

d. spark plug wrench e. spark plug gauge

d d. Briiefing/orientation efing/orientation of trainers with with the contest administrator a

day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials and other paraphernalia.

DURING 10%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

T O O L S

5%

d. Other instructions.

AFTER All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator after judging. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

NOTES regional organizers may opt to deviate. deviate.

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

b. All items listed under tools, materials and equipment shall be

provided by the participant. c. Functionality of engine shall be checked before the contest.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING

a. 4K Toyota engine

E Q U I P M E N T

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

Engine g Tune-Up p Attendant/ Mechanic

Compatriot Judging

f timing light f. g. Dwell-Tach tester

administrator (10 minutes).

ILLUSTRATION

Knowledge and skills in automotive engine tune-up can also be applied to motorbikes, motorboats, engineoperated amusement rides and light duty engine-operated equipment.

Organizer/s

b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipment

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

TOTAL

Contestant/s a. open and box wrench b. screw driver set

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

b.

USE

Number of Participants: 1

M A T E R I A L S

a. 12 volts battery with cable b. condenser c. contact points d. spark plugs e. gasoline f. rags g. distributor


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR A GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CAKE DECORATING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 40% 1. Preparation of Ingredients 10 % (Ingredients like flour, sugar, etc., are placed in bowls or similar containers, eggs in racks, or basket, etc.) 2. Mixing Techniques 10 %

3.

4.

Proper Use of tools and Equipment 10 % ( tools and equipment to be used are limited only to those prescribed by the organizers) Work Habits 10 %

B. GENERAL APPEARANCE 1. Design

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 Most of the ingredients were • Some ingredients used came from arranged. original packaging.

Followed the correct direction and technique in mixing ingredients but with one (1) to two (2) deficiency. Most of the tools and equipment were appropriately laid and handled correctly most of the time.

Observes safety standards while working most of the time.

Cleanliness and orderliness of the area were observed at all times.

The design is unique, artistically done, depicts the theme of the occasion.

Cleanliness and orderliness of the area were observed most of the time. The design was copied but with major variations and still depicts the theme.

Color combination was pleasing and in harmony with the motif.

Evenly smooth and fine icing, free from lumps. Stiff, holds its shape, of good spreading consistency and does not crack.

Followed the correct direction and technique in mixing ingredients.

Appropriate tools and equipment were laid and used and handled correctly at all times.

Observed safety standards while working at all times.

35% 15%

2. Color Coordination 10% 3. Texture and Consistency

95 All ingredients were systematically and orderly prepared or arranged.

10 % •

Color combination was pleasing and in harmony with the motif but with one (1) to two (2) deficiencies. Smooth and fine icing, with a few lumps. Stiff, holds its shape, of good spreading consistency and does not crack but with one (1) to two (2) deficiencies.

• • •

80 Ingredients were pulled/ taken out at a time from its source.

Followed the correct direction and technique in mixing ingredients but with at least three (3) deficiencies. Some tools and equipment were appropriate/ others were substituted in the preparation of the cake.

Followed own direction and technique in mixing ingredients.

Appropriate tools and equipment were available but may have not been used correctly.

Observed safety standards while working but with at least two (2) deficiencies. Cleanliness and orderliness of the area were observed but with at least two (2) deficiencies. The design was copied but with very little variation and still depicts the theme.

Did not observe safety standards while working.

Cleanliness and orderliness of the area were not observed for the duration of the contest. The design is a replica of a known cake shop although it depicts the theme.

Color combination was pleasing and in harmony with the motif but with at least three (3) deficiencies. Uneven smoothness and fineness icing, with lumps. Almost stiff, holds its shape for some time, of good spreading consistency and with very little cracks.

• • •

Color combination was pleasing and in harmony with the motif in some parts only. Icing has a rough feel and watery. Soft, cannot hold its shape, of spreading consistency but with more than four (4) deficiencies.


CRITERIA C. TASTE

10%

D. SPEED

10%

• • E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

95 Delicately sweet but with no burnt flavor. Finished the output at least 30+ minutes before the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• •

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 A little too sweet and no burnt flavor. • Too sweet with a bit of burnt flavor.

Finished the output at least 15 minutes before the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• •

Finished the output within the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• •

80 Too sweet or too bland and with an obvious burnt flavor. Was not able to finish the output within the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics

CONTEST PACKAGE Cake Decorating (Golden Wedding Anniversary) TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

Number of Participants: 1

RESOURCES Contestant/s

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

a. measuring spoon

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES Contest registration of trainers and contestants. Submission of required documents for the contest. O la l r inspection of th e cont est venue. Ocu Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

Workmanship Work manship

40%

a. b. c. d.

General Appearance

35%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

3 1/2 hours DESCRIPTION

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

T O O L S

Organizer/s a. cake stand

b. measuring cups

spatula rubber scraper mixing i i b bowll wooden spoon cake decorator or pastry bags h. icing tips (as many) j. lazy susan c. d. e. f. g.

T

DURING This is a two-layer round cake with boiled icing artistically designed and decorated for a golden wedding anniversary.

10%

Taste

10%

Speed

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipment.

E Q U I P M E N T

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

5%

Cake Stand EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Assistant Baker/Supplier of Product USE

NOTES TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

Snacks and gifts

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c All outputs shall be displayed until the duration of c. the skills competition.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within a 3 meter range. c. Only edible cake decorations are allowed. d. Backdrop is not allowed as part of the presentation.

M A T E R I A L S

a. any electric mixer

a. gas stove/electric stove

b. casserole for boiled icing

b. gas tank

a. food colors b. ribbons, cloth motif c. styro greeting

a. baked chiffon cake

d. birthday candles e. sugar flowers f figurines f. g. tulle/ paper doily/ trimmings

for the cake stand h. garbage receptacles i. eggwhites j. sugar k. cream of tartar l. water


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics

CONTEST PACKAGE Cake Decorating (Golden Wedding Anniversary) TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

Number of Participants: 1

RESOURCES Contestant/s

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

a. measuring spoon

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES Contest registration of trainers and contestants. Submission of required documents for the contest. O la l r inspection of th e cont est venue. Ocu Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a day before the actual competition.

Workmanship Work manship

40%

a. b. c. d.

General Appearance

35%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

3 1/2 hours DESCRIPTION

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

T O O L S

Organizer/s a. cake stand

b. measuring cups

spatula rubber scraper mixing i i b bowll wooden spoon cake decorator or pastry bags h. icing tips (as many) j. lazy susan c. d. e. f. g.

T

DURING This is a two-layer round cake with boiled icing artistically designed and decorated for a golden wedding anniversary.

10%

Taste

10%

Speed

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes) b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipment.

E Q U I P M E N T

AFTER ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

5%

Cake Stand EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Assistant Baker/Supplier of Product USE

NOTES TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

Snacks and gifts

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator. c All outputs shall be displayed until the duration of c. the skills competition.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within a 3 meter range. c. Only edible cake decorations are allowed. d. Backdrop is not allowed as part of the presentation.

M A T E R I A L S

a. any electric mixer

a. gas stove/electric stove

b. casserole for boiled icing

b. gas tank

a. food colors b. ribbons, cloth motif c. styro greeting

a. baked chiffon cake

d. birthday candles e. sugar flowers f figurines f. g. tulle/ paper doily/ trimmings

for the cake stand h. garbage receptacles i. eggwhites j. sugar k. cream of tartar l. water


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR A GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CAKE DECORATING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 40% 1. Preparation of Ingredients 10 % (Ingredients like flour, sugar, etc., are placed in bowls or similar containers, eggs in racks, or basket, etc.) 2. Mixing Techniques 10 %

3.

4.

Proper Use of tools and Equipment 10 % ( tools and equipment to be used are limited only to those prescribed by the organizers) Work Habits 10 %

B. GENERAL APPEARANCE 1. Design

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 Most of the ingredients were • Some ingredients used came from arranged. original packaging.

Followed the correct direction and technique in mixing ingredients but with one (1) to two (2) deficiency. Most of the tools and equipment were appropriately laid and handled correctly most of the time.

Observes safety standards while working most of the time.

Cleanliness and orderliness of the area were observed at all times.

The design is unique, artistically done, depicts the theme of the occasion.

Cleanliness and orderliness of the area were observed most of the time. The design was copied but with major variations and still depicts the theme.

Color combination was pleasing and in harmony with the motif.

Evenly smooth and fine icing, free from lumps. Stiff, holds its shape, of good spreading consistency and does not crack.

Followed the correct direction and technique in mixing ingredients.

Appropriate tools and equipment were laid and used and handled correctly at all times.

Observed safety standards while working at all times.

35% 15%

2. Color Coordination 10% 3. Texture and Consistency

95 All ingredients were systematically and orderly prepared or arranged.

10 % •

Color combination was pleasing and in harmony with the motif but with one (1) to two (2) deficiencies. Smooth and fine icing, with a few lumps. Stiff, holds its shape, of good spreading consistency and does not crack but with one (1) to two (2) deficiencies.

• • •

80 Ingredients were pulled/ taken out at a time from its source.

Followed the correct direction and technique in mixing ingredients but with at least three (3) deficiencies. Some tools and equipment were appropriate/ others were substituted in the preparation of the cake.

Followed own direction and technique in mixing ingredients.

Appropriate tools and equipment were available but may have not been used correctly.

Observed safety standards while working but with at least two (2) deficiencies. Cleanliness and orderliness of the area were observed but with at least two (2) deficiencies. The design was copied but with very little variation and still depicts the theme.

Did not observe safety standards while working.

Cleanliness and orderliness of the area were not observed for the duration of the contest. The design is a replica of a known cake shop although it depicts the theme.

Color combination was pleasing and in harmony with the motif but with at least three (3) deficiencies. Uneven smoothness and fineness icing, with lumps. Almost stiff, holds its shape for some time, of good spreading consistency and with very little cracks.

• • •

Color combination was pleasing and in harmony with the motif in some parts only. Icing has a rough feel and watery. Soft, cannot hold its shape, of spreading consistency but with more than four (4) deficiencies.


CRITERIA C. TASTE

10%

D. SPEED

10%

• • E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

95 Delicately sweet but with no burnt flavor. Finished the output at least 30+ minutes before the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• •

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 A little too sweet and no burnt flavor. • Too sweet with a bit of burnt flavor.

Finished the output at least 15 minutes before the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• •

Finished the output within the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• •

80 Too sweet or too bland and with an obvious burnt flavor. Was not able to finish the output within the given time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity


I.

CONTEST TITLE

II. III. IV.

AREA : Home Economics TIME ALLOTMENT : 3 Hours TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS NEEDED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6.

V.

CREATIVE HAIRSTYLE AND FACIAL MAKE-UP

I Set Make-Up 1 Unit Hair Dryer with Extension Cord 1 Set Hair Kit 1 Piece Shoulder Cape Make-Up Supplies 5.1 Foundation 5.2 Eye Brow Pencil 5.3 Eye Liner 5.4 Eye Shadow 5.5 Mascara 5.6 Lip Color Hair Kit 6.1 Styling Gel 6.2 Hair Pins 6.3 Hair Ornaments 6.4 Shoulder Cape

5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 5.11

Blush On Cleansing Cream Tissue Paper Moisturizer False Eyelashes

6.5 6.6 6.7

Plastic Cap Do all Clip Comb (Teasing Comb)

SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

VI.

:

Only one (1) contestant is needed for this contest. This is a day make-up The host shall provide 20-30 ladies from where the contestant shall choose one to serve as a model through drawing of lots. The model shall be in appropriate attire (not rugged). The use of wigs and other tools, equipment and materials not included in the list is not allowed.

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING A. Workmanship 1.

Make-Up and Procedures 1.1 Plain Facial 1.1.a Apply Cleansing Cream and Massage Gently over Face and Neck 1.1.b Tissue Off 1.1.c Apply Moisturizer 1.2 Application of Make-Up 1.2.a Apply Foundation 1.2.b Apply Eye-Shadow 1.2.c Apply Eye Liner 1.2.d Apply Eye Brow Pencil 1.2.e Apply Face Powder 1.2.f Apply Mascara 1.2.g Apply Blush-On 1.2.h Apply Lipstick/ Lip Rouge 1.3 General Appearance 1.3.a The make-up must blend with cheekbone 1.3.b The make-up gives more emphasis on certain parts of face, eyes become attractive and expressive, lips become sensual

70% 40% 10%

5% 1% 4% 10% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 2% 20%

2%

3%


1.3.c

2.

B.

3%

4%

2%

2%

4% 30% 10% 2% 3% 5% 20% 5% 5%

4%

6%

Proper Use of Tools, Equipment and Materials 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

C.

The make-up gives lesser emphasis on imperfect parts of a face 1.3.d Accurate and neatness in placing eye shadow, lipstick and mascara 1.3.e Foundation make-up tends to give non-oily finish 1.3.f The shade of face powder should be same shade as the foundation 1.3.g Check rouge/blush on should be the same color as lip rouge or a shade lighter. The color of the cheek should be less vivid in daylight or more emphasis on night Creative Hairstyling 2.1 Hair Setting 2.1.a Sections must be uniformly arranged 2.1.b Sections must be equally subdivided 2.1.c Partings should be clean and uniform 2.2 Creative Hairstyle 2.2.a There should be no tangled hair 2.2 b No hairpins must be visible from the hair 2.2 c No hair strand shall be left unbrushed or uncombed 2.2 d Hair spray (spraynet) should be applied evenly on the hair. There should be no blotting of hair spray

Always use the correct tools Observed once using inappropriate tools Observed twice using inappropriate tools Observed thrice using inappropriate tools Using inappropriate tools all the time

10% 10% 9% 8% 7% 5%

Safety and Neatness 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Following the specified safety instructions Observance of safety signs Awareness of safety hazard Observance of good housekeeping Consideration towards others’ safety within the testing area Use of proper attire/protective devices

10% 3% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1%

(Note: No points shall be awarded on the item (Safety) when any of the four of the criteria above are not observed.)


D.

Speed 1. 2. 3.

10% Finished before the allotted time Finished within the allotted time Finished beyond the allotted time

10% 8% 5%

______________________________________________________________________ TOTAL

100%


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics CONTEST PACKAGE

YEAR LEVEL: Fourth Year

ASSESSMENT

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

RESOURCES Contestant/s

T

Summer Dress-Making

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

b. L-square c. hip curve

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Workmanship Workmanship

40%

b. Submission of required q documents for the contest. c. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a

4 hours

Neatness and Accuracy

15%

Fitness and Proportion

10%

day before the actual competition. d. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DESCRIPTION Summer dress is a dress worn not only during summer but also in hot days or Proper Use of Tools anytime you like wearing it. It is simple, and Equipment chic, comfty and lovely. The bodice is cut at the empire to fit and emphasize Safety Work Habits the bust, v-neck, halter, tied at the back and backless. ILLUSTRATION

Speed

10%

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the

Contest Administrator.

d. french curve

needle/pins pin cushion shears/ scissors pattern paper i. pencil j. tailor's chalk k. tracing wheel/ dressmaker's carbon paper e. f. g. h.

a. electric sewing machine (portable)

E Q U I P M E N T

c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of

p the skills competition.

Communication Skills

5% NOTES

TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S) Can be worn in beach, house, market or even in shopping malls.

administrator (10 minutes). b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipments.

AFTER

Sewer, Service Business USE

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

10%

Working Plan and Picture EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

T O O L S

DURING 10%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

100%

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

regional organizers may opt to deviate.

Organizer/s

a. tape measure

M A T E R I A L S

a.

2 1/2 yard of printed cloth (cotton, floral design)

b.

1 spool of thread

c. 1 pc. 16" zipper d.

1 pair small hook and eye


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR SUMMER DRESS-MAKING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP

40% •

1.

Pattern Drafting

20%

2.

Sewing

20%

B. NEATNESS AND ACCURACY

• 15% • • •

C. FITNESS AND PROPORTION

• • • • •

Appropriate tools and equipment were used properly at all times.

Was extra careful in manipulating cutting tools and sewing equipment. Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during and after the performance. Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• • 10% • E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 Able to draft all the pattern pieces • Able to draft all the pattern pieces but has noted to have one (1) but has noted to have two (2) inaccurate measurement. inaccurate measurements. Able to perform the sewing process • Able to perform the sewing process but with difficulty in managing the but with difficulty in managing the sewing machine. pieces of cloth. A portion of stitches and seams • Some stitches and seams were were uneven. puckered. Facings were properly sewn in • Facings of neckline and armhole neckline but not in armhole. were not flat. Yoke at empire was correctly sewn. • Seams of yoke were puckered. The output was observed to be • The dress fitted at bust line but slightly loose at the bust line. tightly fitted at the waist and empire.

• •

5%

Was observed once (1) not using appropriate tools and equipment properly. Was careful in manipulating cutting tools and sewing equipment.

Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during the performance.

Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

80 Able to draft all the pattern pieces but has noted to have three (3) or more inaccurate measurements. Was not able to fully assemble the summer dress.

Were not able to assemble the dress accurately and neatly.

The dress not fitted to the body of the model. Either too loose or too tight. Was observed four (4) to five (5) times not using the appropriate tools and equipment properly. Care was not evident in handling and manipulating sewing equipment.

10%

C. PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 10% D. SAFETY WORK HABITS 10%

D. SPEED

95 Able to draft all the pattern pieces accurately based on the model measurements. Able to perform the appropriate sewing techniques and skillfully operated the sewing machine. Stitches and seams were uniformly done. Facings were properly sewn in neckline and armhole. Yoke at empire was correctly sewn. The output was fitted proportionate and becoming to the model.

Was observes two (2) to three (3) times not using the appropriate tools and equipment properly. Was careful in manipulating sewing equipment but not with cutting tools.

Orderliness was observed but not cleanliness.

Everything was not in their proper places and the area was a mess.

Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR SUMMER DRESS-MAKING CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP

40% •

1.

Pattern Drafting

20%

2.

Sewing

20%

B. NEATNESS AND ACCURACY

• 15% • • •

C. FITNESS AND PROPORTION

• • • • •

Appropriate tools and equipment were used properly at all times.

Was extra careful in manipulating cutting tools and sewing equipment. Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during and after the performance. Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

• • 10% • E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 90 85 Able to draft all the pattern pieces • Able to draft all the pattern pieces but has noted to have one (1) but has noted to have two (2) inaccurate measurement. inaccurate measurements. Able to perform the sewing process • Able to perform the sewing process but with difficulty in managing the but with difficulty in managing the sewing machine. pieces of cloth. A portion of stitches and seams • Some stitches and seams were were uneven. puckered. Facings were properly sewn in • Facings of neckline and armhole neckline but not in armhole. were not flat. Yoke at empire was correctly sewn. • Seams of yoke were puckered. The output was observed to be • The dress fitted at bust line but slightly loose at the bust line. tightly fitted at the waist and empire.

• •

5%

Was observed once (1) not using appropriate tools and equipment properly. Was careful in manipulating cutting tools and sewing equipment.

Orderliness and cleanliness were observed during the performance.

Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

80 Able to draft all the pattern pieces but has noted to have three (3) or more inaccurate measurements. Was not able to fully assemble the summer dress.

Were not able to assemble the dress accurately and neatly.

The dress not fitted to the body of the model. Either too loose or too tight. Was observed four (4) to five (5) times not using the appropriate tools and equipment properly. Care was not evident in handling and manipulating sewing equipment.

10%

C. PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 10% D. SAFETY WORK HABITS 10%

D. SPEED

95 Able to draft all the pattern pieces accurately based on the model measurements. Able to perform the appropriate sewing techniques and skillfully operated the sewing machine. Stitches and seams were uniformly done. Facings were properly sewn in neckline and armhole. Yoke at empire was correctly sewn. The output was fitted proportionate and becoming to the model.

Was observes two (2) to three (3) times not using the appropriate tools and equipment properly. Was careful in manipulating sewing equipment but not with cutting tools.

Orderliness was observed but not cleanliness.

Everything was not in their proper places and the area was a mess.

Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the ff: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials, equipment c. Cost of production d. Employability e. Business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics CONTEST PACKAGE

YEAR LEVEL: Fourth Year

ASSESSMENT

Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

RESOURCES Contestant/s

T

Summer Dress-Making

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

b. L-square c. hip curve

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Workmanship Workmanship

40%

b. Submission of required q documents for the contest. c. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a

4 hours

Neatness and Accuracy

15%

Fitness and Proportion

10%

day before the actual competition. d. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

DESCRIPTION Summer dress is a dress worn not only during summer but also in hot days or Proper Use of Tools anytime you like wearing it. It is simple, and Equipment chic, comfty and lovely. The bodice is cut at the empire to fit and emphasize Safety Work Habits the bust, v-neck, halter, tied at the back and backless. ILLUSTRATION

Speed

10%

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the

Contest Administrator.

d. french curve

needle/pins pin cushion shears/ scissors pattern paper i. pencil j. tailor's chalk k. tracing wheel/ dressmaker's carbon paper e. f. g. h.

a. electric sewing machine (portable)

E Q U I P M E N T

c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of

p the skills competition.

Communication Skills

5% NOTES

TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S) Can be worn in beach, house, market or even in shopping malls.

administrator (10 minutes). b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipments.

AFTER

Sewer, Service Business USE

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

10%

Working Plan and Picture EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

T O O L S

DURING 10%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

100%

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

regional organizers may opt to deviate.

Organizer/s

a. tape measure

M A T E R I A L S

a.

2 1/2 yard of printed cloth (cotton, floral design)

b.

1 spool of thread

c. 1 pc. 16" zipper d.

1 pair small hook and eye


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics

CONTEST PACKAGE

ASSESSMENT

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

Number of Participants: 1

RESOURCES Contestant/s

Table Skirting and Table Setting

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

40%

Workmanship

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest

3 hours DESCRIPTION

administrator a day before the actual competition.

Proper Use of Tools and Materials

20%

T O O L S

b. thimbles c. table appointments for

serving the debut cake (good for 4 pax)

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials. T

DURING 15%

Accuracy

A 60" X 35" X 30" rectangular table properly skirted and set for a golden wedding anniversary service.

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

administrator (10 minutes). b. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipments. c. Other instructions (i.e., coaches)

10%

Safety

a.

E Q U I P M E N T

AFTER a. table skirt material

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

ILLUSTRATION

10%

Speed

Contest administrator. duration of the skills competition.

Communication Skills

HRM/Food Service/Caterer USE

TOTAL

5%

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) For formal occassions and celebrations

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the

None EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentsage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges

Organizer/s

a. pin cushion with pins

NOTES With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within a 3 meter range. a.

M A T E R I A L S

b. table top cover c. table napkins d. silence cloth/silencer e. wine holder/wine

bucket/wine stand f. cake server g. dessert plates h. dessert forks

rectangular table 60"x35"x30"


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR TABLE SKIRTING AND TABLE SETTING (Golden Wedding Anniversary) CRITERIA

A. WORKMANSHIP

40%

B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS 20%

C. ACCURACY

15%

D. SAFETY

10%

95 • The amount of material, selection and choice of accessories compliments the overall design of the table. Simplicity and elegance is evident. • Flower arrangement observes the guidelines for the selection and choice of flowers, containers, color harmony, and appropriateness to the occasion. • Skirting does not touch the floor by at least 1”. • Menu and menu card was well planned, presented and fits the occasion. • Mis-en-place was observed following the standards for the table setting. • Table appointments were correctly laid on the table, distance between covers was observed, well organized and fits the menu. • Knowledge of the right table appointments, centerpiece, table skirt, accessories called for the occasion were evident, properly laid and handled. • Safety measures were applied in table skirting.

• •

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 The amount of material, selection • The amount of material, selection and choice of accessories and choice of accessories compliments the overall design compliments the overall design of the table to a certain degree. of the table in some parts only. Simplicity and elegance may not be present. Flower arrangement observes • Flower arrangement observes the guidelines for the selection some of the guidelines for the and choice of flowers, selection and choice of flowers, containers, etc., but with one (1) containers, etc., with more than to two (2) deficiency. three (3) deficiencies. Skirting does not touch the floor • Some parts of the skirting is not by at least 1//2”. even. Most of the menu items fits the • Menu and menu cards lacks two occasion. (2) three (3) items.

• Mis-en-place was observed on some parts.

• Some tools and materials were not appropriate for the occasion.

• Most of the table appointments were correctly laid on the table , distance between covers was observed, organized and fits the menu for most parts. • Knowledge of the right table appointments, centerpiece, table skirt, accessories called for the occasion was evident but with one (1) deficiency in set up or handling. • Safety measures were applied in table skirting but with one (1) to two (2) deficiency.

• Some table appointments were missing, distance between covers was observed but with two (2) deficiencies. • Knowledge of the right table appointments, centerpiece, table skirt, accessories called for the occasion was evident but with two (2) deficiencies in set-up or handling. • Safety measures were applied in table skirting but with three (3) or more deficiencies.

80 • The amount of material, selection and choice of accessories is not enough to compliment the overall design of the table. • Flower arrangement does not serve the guidelines for selection and choice of flowers, containers, etc., flowers are either sparse or overcrowded. • Skirting touches the floor. • Menu and menu cards does not express the theme. • Most of the tools and materials were not appropriate for the occasion. • Table appointments laid on the table does not fit the menu, distance between covers was not observed. • Knowledge of the table appointments, centerpiece, table skirt, accessories for a given occasion were not observed. With three (3) or more deficiencies. • Limited safety measures were applied in setting the table..


CRITERIA E. SPEED

F. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

10%

95 • Was able to finish the output at least 30+ minutes before the allotted time. • Able to clearly discuss/ explain with confidence all of the following:

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 • Was able to finish the output at • Was able to finish the output least 15 minutes before the within the allotted time. allotted time. • Able to clearly discuss/ explain • Able to clearly discuss/ explain with confidence only 4 of the with confidence only 3 of the following: following:

80 • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to clearly discuss/ explain with confidence only 2 of the following:

5% a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR TABLE SKIRTING AND TABLE SETTING (Golden Wedding Anniversary) CRITERIA

A. WORKMANSHIP

40%

B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS 20%

C. ACCURACY

15%

D. SAFETY

10%

95 • The amount of material, selection and choice of accessories compliments the overall design of the table. Simplicity and elegance is evident. • Flower arrangement observes the guidelines for the selection and choice of flowers, containers, color harmony, and appropriateness to the occasion. • Skirting does not touch the floor by at least 1”. • Menu and menu card was well planned, presented and fits the occasion. • Mis-en-place was observed following the standards for the table setting. • Table appointments were correctly laid on the table, distance between covers was observed, well organized and fits the menu. • Knowledge of the right table appointments, centerpiece, table skirt, accessories called for the occasion were evident, properly laid and handled. • Safety measures were applied in table skirting.

• •

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 The amount of material, selection • The amount of material, selection and choice of accessories and choice of accessories compliments the overall design compliments the overall design of the table to a certain degree. of the table in some parts only. Simplicity and elegance may not be present. Flower arrangement observes • Flower arrangement observes the guidelines for the selection some of the guidelines for the and choice of flowers, selection and choice of flowers, containers, etc., but with one (1) containers, etc., with more than to two (2) deficiency. three (3) deficiencies. Skirting does not touch the floor • Some parts of the skirting is not by at least 1//2”. even. Most of the menu items fits the • Menu and menu cards lacks two occasion. (2) three (3) items.

• Mis-en-place was observed on some parts.

• Some tools and materials were not appropriate for the occasion.

• Most of the table appointments were correctly laid on the table , distance between covers was observed, organized and fits the menu for most parts. • Knowledge of the right table appointments, centerpiece, table skirt, accessories called for the occasion was evident but with one (1) deficiency in set up or handling. • Safety measures were applied in table skirting but with one (1) to two (2) deficiency.

• Some table appointments were missing, distance between covers was observed but with two (2) deficiencies. • Knowledge of the right table appointments, centerpiece, table skirt, accessories called for the occasion was evident but with two (2) deficiencies in set-up or handling. • Safety measures were applied in table skirting but with three (3) or more deficiencies.

80 • The amount of material, selection and choice of accessories is not enough to compliment the overall design of the table. • Flower arrangement does not serve the guidelines for selection and choice of flowers, containers, etc., flowers are either sparse or overcrowded. • Skirting touches the floor. • Menu and menu cards does not express the theme. • Most of the tools and materials were not appropriate for the occasion. • Table appointments laid on the table does not fit the menu, distance between covers was not observed. • Knowledge of the table appointments, centerpiece, table skirt, accessories for a given occasion were not observed. With three (3) or more deficiencies. • Limited safety measures were applied in setting the table..


CRITERIA E. SPEED

F. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

10%

95 • Was able to finish the output at least 30+ minutes before the allotted time. • Able to clearly discuss/ explain with confidence all of the following:

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 • Was able to finish the output at • Was able to finish the output least 15 minutes before the within the allotted time. allotted time. • Able to clearly discuss/ explain • Able to clearly discuss/ explain with confidence only 4 of the with confidence only 3 of the following: following:

80 • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to clearly discuss/ explain with confidence only 2 of the following:

5% a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Home Economics

CONTEST PACKAGE

ASSESSMENT

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

Number of Participants: 1

RESOURCES Contestant/s

Table Skirting and Table Setting

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

40%

Workmanship

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest

3 hours DESCRIPTION

administrator a day before the actual competition.

Proper Use of Tools and Materials

20%

T O O L S

b. thimbles c. table appointments for

serving the debut cake (good for 4 pax)

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials. T

DURING 15%

Accuracy

A 60" X 35" X 30" rectangular table properly skirted and set for a golden wedding anniversary service.

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

administrator (10 minutes). b. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipments. c. Other instructions (i.e., coaches)

10%

Safety

a.

E Q U I P M E N T

AFTER a. table skirt material

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

ILLUSTRATION

10%

Speed

Contest administrator. duration of the skills competition.

Communication Skills

HRM/Food Service/Caterer USE

TOTAL

5%

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) For formal occassions and celebrations

b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the

None EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentsage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges

Organizer/s

a. pin cushion with pins

NOTES With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within a 3 meter range. a.

M A T E R I A L S

b. table top cover c. table napkins d. silence cloth/silencer e. wine holder/wine

bucket/wine stand f. cake server g. dessert plates h. dessert forks

rectangular table 60"x35"x30"


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE 20-Watt Amplifier

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Contestant/s

T PERCENTAGE

40%

Functionality

b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

4 hours

d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a

35%

Workmanship

day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

Organizer/s

a. 30w soldering iron with stand

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue.

DESCRIPTION

RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Number of Participants: 1

T O O L S

b. long nose pliers c. diagonal cutter d. flat screw driver e. philips screw driver f. g. h. i.

electric drill reamer desoldering tool PCB holder

T

This contest piece is a low cost 20w Amplifier with Tone Control and Safety Microphone Mixer consisting of three circuits: the audio power amplifier, tone control and microphone mixer circuits mounted in a pre-board aluminum casing. Time The labels of the front and rear panels Management are designed from a computer and pronted in a piece of folder paper and is covered with a 2 1/4 inch scotch tape.

ILLUSTRATION

DURING 10%

administrator (10 minutes). b. Final instructions of trainers to their contestants (5 minutes). c. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

10%

It can be used as sound system for cars or home. MP3 and CD players can be connected to its input and a microphone for sound mixing as in a videoke system. It can also be used as a sound system inside a classroom.

d. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

Communication Skills

5%

b.

All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator.

c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the

skills com competition petition..

NOTES TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table/ Contact no. of PCB Supplier

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter

range. c. All diagrams shall be provided by the organizers.

a. Volt-Ohm Milliammeter (VOM)

3-Ampere Regulated Power Supply

a. Front and rear labels b. elmer's glue c. 1 roll 2-1/4" scotch tape

AFTER

Schematic Diagram, PCB Design with Components' Layout, Parts List of Kits EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Sound System and BGM Installer

USE

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

E Q U I P M E N T

M A T E R I A L S

d.

2 pairs alligator clips

a. 1 set 20W audio amplifier kit

with tone control and microphone mixer b. 4"X1-3/4"X8-5/8" aluminum

chassis c. 1 set 50W speaker system


6-INPUT LINE MIXER

Parts List R1-R6 R7-R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17

= = = = = = =

22K 39K 100K 2.2K 6.8K 68? 1K

C1-C6 C7-C8

= =

10µF/16V 47µF/16V

Q1

=

C945

20 WATTS AUDIO AMPLIFIER


2-INPUT MICROPHONE AMPLIFIER

R1 - 47KΩ R2- 1MΩ R3- 1KΩ R4- 68Ω

R5- 4.7KΩ R6- 2.2MΩ R7- 22KΩ R8- 220Ω

C1- 10µF/16V C2- 47µF/16V C3- 47µF/16v C14- 47µF/16V

Q1 Q2

C945


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE 20-Watt Amplifier

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Contestant/s

T PERCENTAGE

40%

Functionality

b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

4 hours

d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a

35%

Workmanship

day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

Organizer/s

a. 30w soldering iron with stand

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue.

DESCRIPTION

RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

TIME ALLOTMENT

Number of Participants: 1

T O O L S

b. long nose pliers c. diagonal cutter d. flat screw driver e. philips screw driver f. g. h. i.

electric drill reamer desoldering tool PCB holder

T

This contest piece is a low cost 20w Amplifier with Tone Control and Safety Microphone Mixer consisting of three circuits: the audio power amplifier, tone control and microphone mixer circuits mounted in a pre-board aluminum casing. Time The labels of the front and rear panels Management are designed from a computer and pronted in a piece of folder paper and is covered with a 2 1/4 inch scotch tape.

ILLUSTRATION

DURING 10%

administrator (10 minutes). b. Final instructions of trainers to their contestants (5 minutes). c. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.

10%

It can be used as sound system for cars or home. MP3 and CD players can be connected to its input and a microphone for sound mixing as in a videoke system. It can also be used as a sound system inside a classroom.

d. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

Communication Skills

5%

b.

All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator.

c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the

skills com competition petition..

NOTES TOTAL

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table/ Contact no. of PCB Supplier

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter

range. c. All diagrams shall be provided by the organizers.

a. Volt-Ohm Milliammeter (VOM)

3-Ampere Regulated Power Supply

a. Front and rear labels b. elmer's glue c. 1 roll 2-1/4" scotch tape

AFTER

Schematic Diagram, PCB Design with Components' Layout, Parts List of Kits EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Sound System and BGM Installer

USE

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

E Q U I P M E N T

M A T E R I A L S

d.

2 pairs alligator clips

a. 1 set 20W audio amplifier kit

with tone control and microphone mixer b. 4"X1-3/4"X8-5/8" aluminum

chassis c. 1 set 50W speaker system


PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR 20-WATT AMPLIFIER CRITERIA

A. FUNCTIONALITY

40%

B. WORKMANSHIP 35% Mounting and Placement of Components 10%

Soldering

10%

Circuit Wiring

10%

Mounting of Front and Rear Panels 5%

C. SAFETY WORK HABITS

10%

95 • Very clear sound, no hum, no distortion heard from the loudspeaker using MP3/MP4 player and microphone as line inputs for audio mixing with the volume control set at 50% and 70% volume ratio. • All components were properly mounted on PCB based on proper mounting of electric component*

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 • Normal sound output with • Normal sound output with minimum hum heard from the audible hum heard from the loudspeaker with or without loudspeaker with or without distortion. distortion.

80 • Weak sound output with or without hum or distortion.

• Less than 10% of components were not properly mounted

• 10% or more but less than 20% of components were not properly mounted

• 20% or more but less than 30% of components were not properly mounted

• All components and joints were properly soldered (no cold solder joints)

• Less than 10% of components and/or joints were not properly soldered

• Connecting wires were neatly laid out.

• One to three wires were damaged; connecting wires were neatly laid out.

• 10% or more but less than 15% of components and/or joints were not properly soldered • Four to six wires were damaged; connecting wires were neatly laid out

• 15% or more but less than 20% of components and/or joints were not properly soldered • Seven or more wires were damaged; connecting wires not neatly laid out

5

4

3

2

• Both front and rear panels were properly and accurately mounted without evidence of bubbles and scratch on the surface. • Work area was well kept. Tools and materials were properly arranged. No tool was damaged. No injury.

• Both front and rear panels were properly and accurately mounted but with presence of bubble/s and/or scratch on the surface.

• One of the panels was not properly mounted with evidence of bubble/s and/or scratch on the surface.

• Both panels were not properly mounted with the presence of bubble/s and or scratch in either front/rear panel

• Work area was partially kept. Some tools and materials were not properly arranged. One tool was damaged. No injury.

• Work area was adequately kept. Almost all tools and materials were not properly arranged. Two or more tools were damaged. No injury

• Tools and materials were left out in messy situation. Work area was left unclean. With minor injury (no presence of blood)


D. TIME MANAGEMENT

10%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

95 • The contestant was able to finish the output within three (3) hours or less • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

90 • The contestant was able to finish the output within three (3) hours and 15 minutes. • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

85 • The contestant was able to finish the output within three (3) hours and 30 minutes. • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • The contestant was able to finish the output within three (3) hours and 45 minutes. • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

Front Panel of the Contest Piece MIC 1 Control VOLUME

BASS

MIC 2 Control

TREBLE MIC 1

MIC 2

POWER

20 WATTS AMPLIFIER WITH TONE CONTROLS AND AUDIO MIXER

STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES


6-INPUT LINE MIXER

Parts List R1-R6 R7-R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17

= = = = = = =

22K 39K 100K 2.2K 6.8K 68? 1K

C1-C6 C7-C8

= =

10µF/16V 47µF/16V

Q1

=

C945

20 WATTS AUDIO AMPLIFIER


2-INPUT MICROPHONE AMPLIFIER

R1 - 47KΩ R2- 1MΩ R3- 1KΩ R4- 68Ω

R5- 4.7KΩ R6- 2.2MΩ R7- 22KΩ R8- 220Ω

C1- 10µF/16V C2- 47µF/16V C3- 47µF/16v C14- 47µF/16V

Q1 Q2

C945


PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR 20-WATT AMPLIFIER CRITERIA

A. FUNCTIONALITY

40%

B. WORKMANSHIP 35% Mounting and Placement of Components 10%

Soldering

10%

Circuit Wiring

10%

Mounting of Front and Rear Panels 5%

C. SAFETY WORK HABITS

10%

95 • Very clear sound, no hum, no distortion heard from the loudspeaker using MP3/MP4 player and microphone as line inputs for audio mixing with the volume control set at 50% and 70% volume ratio. • All components were properly mounted on PCB based on proper mounting of electric component*

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 • Normal sound output with • Normal sound output with minimum hum heard from the audible hum heard from the loudspeaker with or without loudspeaker with or without distortion. distortion.

80 • Weak sound output with or without hum or distortion.

• Less than 10% of components were not properly mounted

• 10% or more but less than 20% of components were not properly mounted

• 20% or more but less than 30% of components were not properly mounted

• All components and joints were properly soldered (no cold solder joints)

• Less than 10% of components and/or joints were not properly soldered

• Connecting wires were neatly laid out.

• One to three wires were damaged; connecting wires were neatly laid out.

• 10% or more but less than 15% of components and/or joints were not properly soldered • Four to six wires were damaged; connecting wires were neatly laid out

• 15% or more but less than 20% of components and/or joints were not properly soldered • Seven or more wires were damaged; connecting wires not neatly laid out

5

4

3

2

• Both front and rear panels were properly and accurately mounted without evidence of bubbles and scratch on the surface. • Work area was well kept. Tools and materials were properly arranged. No tool was damaged. No injury.

• Both front and rear panels were properly and accurately mounted but with presence of bubble/s and/or scratch on the surface.

• One of the panels was not properly mounted with evidence of bubble/s and/or scratch on the surface.

• Both panels were not properly mounted with the presence of bubble/s and or scratch in either front/rear panel

• Work area was partially kept. Some tools and materials were not properly arranged. One tool was damaged. No injury.

• Work area was adequately kept. Almost all tools and materials were not properly arranged. Two or more tools were damaged. No injury

• Tools and materials were left out in messy situation. Work area was left unclean. With minor injury (no presence of blood)


D. TIME MANAGEMENT

10%

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

95 • The contestant was able to finish the output within three (3) hours or less • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

90 • The contestant was able to finish the output within three (3) hours and 15 minutes. • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

85 • The contestant was able to finish the output within three (3) hours and 30 minutes. • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

80 • The contestant was able to finish the output within three (3) hours and 45 minutes. • Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

Front Panel of the Contest Piece MIC 1 Control VOLUME

BASS

MIC 2 Control

TREBLE MIC 1

MIC 2

POWER

20 WATTS AMPLIFIER WITH TONE CONTROLS AND AUDIO MIXER

STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE

YEAR LEVEL: Fourth Year

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS T

CRITERIA

Engine Tune-up (Gasoline) TIME ALLOTMENT

1 hour DESCRIPTION

PERCENTAGE

Workmanship Quality of Work 65% - Functionality Functionality 35% - Accuracy 30% Use of tools and materials 10% 10% Safety

Engine tune-up is one of the routinary, regular quick services and income Speed generating activities offered in automotive. The purpose of it is to bring and maintain the engine to its optimum performance without Communication Skills sacrificing engine fuel consumption and overall performance of the vehicle.

85%

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestant.

c. feeler gauge

b. Submission of required documents for the contest. c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue.

d. spark plug wrench e. spark plug gauge

d d. Briiefing/orientation efing/orientation of trainers with with the contest administrator a

day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials and other paraphernalia.

DURING 10%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

T O O L S

5%

d. Other instructions.

AFTER All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator after judging. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

NOTES regional organizers may opt to deviate. deviate.

100%

ATTACHMENT(S)

b. All items listed under tools, materials and equipment shall be

provided by the participant. c. Functionality of engine shall be checked before the contest.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING

a. 4K Toyota engine

E Q U I P M E N T

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

Engine g Tune-Up p Attendant/ Mechanic

Compatriot Judging

f timing light f. g. Dwell-Tach tester

administrator (10 minutes).

ILLUSTRATION

Knowledge and skills in automotive engine tune-up can also be applied to motorbikes, motorboats, engineoperated amusement rides and light duty engine-operated equipment.

Organizer/s

b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipment

a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

TOTAL

Contestant/s a. open and box wrench b. screw driver set

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

b.

USE

Number of Participants: 1

M A T E R I A L S

a. 12 volts battery with cable b. condenser c. contact points d. spark plugs e. gasoline f. rags g. distributor


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR ENGINE TUNE-UP (GASOLINE)

A. Workmanship

85%

1. Quality of Work 1.1 Accuracy

95

30%

90

All measurement of tests were within the specifications ¾ Valve clearance ¾ Spark plug gap ¾ Dwell Angle ¾ Engine RPM ¾ Ignition Timing • All conditions were met

• • • • •

• • • • •

65%

1.2 Functionality 35%

2. Use of tools, materials and equipment 10%

• 3. Safety Work Habits

B. Time Management

C. Communication Skills (3-5 minutes)

10%

10%

5%

Quick start Good acceleration Good exhaust smoke Normal engine sound Used appropriate tools and materials at all times

All of the following were prevented due to observance of safety work habits: ¾ evidence of injury ¾ damaged engine parts ¾ damaged test instruments ¾ incident of open fire • Was able to finish the output ten (10) minutes before the allotted time • Able to clearly discuss / explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials and equipment c. Cost of parts and labor d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Four (4) out of five (5) tests were within the specifications ¾ Valve clearance ¾ Spark plug gap ¾ Dwell Angle ¾ Engine RPM ¾ Ignition Timing Three (3) out of four (4) engine conditions were met Quick start Good acceleration Good exhaust smoke Normal engine sound Observed once using inappropriate tools and materials Three (3) out of the following safety measures were prevented: ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

85 •

• • • • • • •

Four (3) out of five (5) tests were within the specifications ¾ Valve clearance ¾ Spark plug gap ¾ Dwell Angle ¾ Engine RPM ¾ Ignition Timing Two (2) out of four (4) engine conditions were met Quick start Good acceleration Good exhaust smoke Normal engine sound Observed twice using inappropriate tools and materials Two (2) out of the following safety measures were prevented: ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

evidence of injury damaged engine parts damaged test instruments incident of open fire

80 •

• • • • • • •

Four (2) out of five (5) tests were within the specifications ¾ Valve clearance ¾ Spark plug gap ¾ Dwell Angle ¾ Engine RPM ¾ Ignition Timing One (1) out of four (4) engine conditions were met Quick start Good acceleration Good exhaust smoke Normal engine sound Observed thrice using inappropriate tools and materials One (1) out of the following safety measures were prevented: ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

evidence of injury damaged engine parts damaged test instruments incident of open fire

evidence of injury damaged engine parts damaged test instruments incident of open fire

Was able to finish the output seven (7) minutes before the allotted time

Was able to finish the output five (5) minutes before the allotted time

Was able to finish the output within the allotted time

Able to clearly discuss / explain with confidence four (4) of the following: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials and equipment c. Cost of parts and labor d. Employability e. e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss / explain with confidence three (3) of the following: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials and equipment c. Cost of parts and labor d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss / explain with confidence two (2) of the following: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials and equipment c. Cost of parts and labor d. Employability e. Business opportunity


STEP CONTEST ASSESSMENT GUIDE IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY ENGINE TUNE-UP (GASOLINE) – 4k Toyota I.

General Guidelines 1. Contestants must be at the contest venue 15 minutes before the contest proper starts. 2. All contestants must have to register to the contest administrator immediately before the briefing. 3. Contestants are required to attend the briefing of the contest adminstrator as scheduled. 4. Contestants must wear their STEP uniform during the contest. 5. Only authorized person is allowed to stay at the venue during the contest proper. 6. Contest supplies, materials, tools and equipment and other things needed in the contest shouldbe made ready in the contest venue 30 minutes before the contest starts. 7. Borrowing of tools and materials from other competitors is not allowed when the contest is in progress. 8. Contest proper shall start upon the signal of the time keeper. 9. A contestant who finished the activity must raise his right hand and must shout the word “FINISHED” in a loud voice in order for the time keeper to notice the finisher for record purposes. The finisher must leave the contest area at once until the judges summons them for the communication skills part. 10. Trainers/coaches of the participating schools will serve as judges (compatriot judging). 11. The decision of the board of judges is final.

I.

Specific Instructions 1. 2. 3. 4.

II.

Trainers/coaches are not allowed in the contest area while the contest is in progress. Contest shall be performed by only one contestant. Contestants are required to bring their own tools, materials and equipment. Time allotment in the contest is one (1) hour.

Tools, Materials and Equipment Tools 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

III.

Open and box wrench Screw driver set Feeler gauge Spark plug wrench Spark plug gauge Timing light Dwell-Tach tester

Materials 12 volts battery with cable Condenser Contact points Gasoline Rags Distributor assembly

Equipment Toyota engine – 4K

Mechanics of the Contest A. Pre-contest proper ( Non-evaluative) 1. Contest administrator shall inspect the contest tools, materials and equipment. 2. Contest administrator shall remove the contact points and condenser, change the ignition timing, dwell, engine rpm, spark plug gap and valve clearance. B. Contest Proper 1. Contestants shall : a. Install the contact points and condenser. b. Adjust / reset the ignition timing – 8 ° BTDC c. Adjust / reset the dwell - 50°- 54° d. Adjust / reset engine rpm - 600-700 rpm e. Adjust valve clearance - In. = .005 in. (0.13 mm) , Ex. 0.009 in. (0.23 mm) f. Regap spak plugs - 0.031 in.

IV.

Criteria For Evaluation See attached Performance Scoring Rubrics for Engine Tune-Up ( Gasoline)


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR ENGINE TUNE-UP (GASOLINE)

A. Workmanship

85%

1. Quality of Work 1.1 Accuracy

95

30%

90

All measurement of tests were within the specifications ¾ Valve clearance ¾ Spark plug gap ¾ Dwell Angle ¾ Engine RPM ¾ Ignition Timing • All conditions were met

• • • • •

• • • • •

65%

1.2 Functionality 35%

2. Use of tools, materials and equipment 10%

• 3. Safety Work Habits

B. Time Management

C. Communication Skills (3-5 minutes)

10%

10%

5%

Quick start Good acceleration Good exhaust smoke Normal engine sound Used appropriate tools and materials at all times

All of the following were prevented due to observance of safety work habits: ¾ evidence of injury ¾ damaged engine parts ¾ damaged test instruments ¾ incident of open fire • Was able to finish the output ten (10) minutes before the allotted time • Able to clearly discuss / explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials and equipment c. Cost of parts and labor d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Four (4) out of five (5) tests were within the specifications ¾ Valve clearance ¾ Spark plug gap ¾ Dwell Angle ¾ Engine RPM ¾ Ignition Timing Three (3) out of four (4) engine conditions were met Quick start Good acceleration Good exhaust smoke Normal engine sound Observed once using inappropriate tools and materials Three (3) out of the following safety measures were prevented: ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

85 •

• • • • • • •

Four (3) out of five (5) tests were within the specifications ¾ Valve clearance ¾ Spark plug gap ¾ Dwell Angle ¾ Engine RPM ¾ Ignition Timing Two (2) out of four (4) engine conditions were met Quick start Good acceleration Good exhaust smoke Normal engine sound Observed twice using inappropriate tools and materials Two (2) out of the following safety measures were prevented: ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

evidence of injury damaged engine parts damaged test instruments incident of open fire

80 •

• • • • • • •

Four (2) out of five (5) tests were within the specifications ¾ Valve clearance ¾ Spark plug gap ¾ Dwell Angle ¾ Engine RPM ¾ Ignition Timing One (1) out of four (4) engine conditions were met Quick start Good acceleration Good exhaust smoke Normal engine sound Observed thrice using inappropriate tools and materials One (1) out of the following safety measures were prevented: ¾ ¾ ¾ ¾

evidence of injury damaged engine parts damaged test instruments incident of open fire

evidence of injury damaged engine parts damaged test instruments incident of open fire

Was able to finish the output seven (7) minutes before the allotted time

Was able to finish the output five (5) minutes before the allotted time

Was able to finish the output within the allotted time

Able to clearly discuss / explain with confidence four (4) of the following: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials and equipment c. Cost of parts and labor d. Employability e. e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss / explain with confidence three (3) of the following: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials and equipment c. Cost of parts and labor d. Employability e. Business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss / explain with confidence two (2) of the following: a. Process b. Function of tools, materials and equipment c. Cost of parts and labor d. Employability e. Business opportunity


STEP CONTEST ASSESSMENT GUIDE IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY ENGINE TUNE-UP (GASOLINE) – 4k Toyota I.

General Guidelines 1. Contestants must be at the contest venue 15 minutes before the contest proper starts. 2. All contestants must have to register to the contest administrator immediately before the briefing. 3. Contestants are required to attend the briefing of the contest adminstrator as scheduled. 4. Contestants must wear their STEP uniform during the contest. 5. Only authorized person is allowed to stay at the venue during the contest proper. 6. Contest supplies, materials, tools and equipment and other things needed in the contest shouldbe made ready in the contest venue 30 minutes before the contest starts. 7. Borrowing of tools and materials from other competitors is not allowed when the contest is in progress. 8. Contest proper shall start upon the signal of the time keeper. 9. A contestant who finished the activity must raise his right hand and must shout the word “FINISHED” in a loud voice in order for the time keeper to notice the finisher for record purposes. The finisher must leave the contest area at once until the judges summons them for the communication skills part. 10. Trainers/coaches of the participating schools will serve as judges (compatriot judging). 11. The decision of the board of judges is final.

I.

Specific Instructions 1. 2. 3. 4.

II.

Trainers/coaches are not allowed in the contest area while the contest is in progress. Contest shall be performed by only one contestant. Contestants are required to bring their own tools, materials and equipment. Time allotment in the contest is one (1) hour.

Tools, Materials and Equipment Tools 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

III.

Open and box wrench Screw driver set Feeler gauge Spark plug wrench Spark plug gauge Timing light Dwell-Tach tester

Materials 12 volts battery with cable Condenser Contact points Gasoline Rags Distributor assembly

Equipment Toyota engine – 4K

Mechanics of the Contest A. Pre-contest proper ( Non-evaluative) 1. Contest administrator shall inspect the contest tools, materials and equipment. 2. Contest administrator shall remove the contact points and condenser, change the ignition timing, dwell, engine rpm, spark plug gap and valve clearance. B. Contest Proper 1. Contestants shall : a. Install the contact points and condenser. b. Adjust / reset the ignition timing – 8 ° BTDC c. Adjust / reset the dwell - 50°- 54° d. Adjust / reset engine rpm - 600-700 rpm e. Adjust valve clearance - In. = .005 in. (0.13 mm) , Ex. 0.009 in. (0.23 mm) f. Regap spak plugs - 0.031 in.

IV.

Criteria For Evaluation See attached Performance Scoring Rubrics for Engine Tune-Up ( Gasoline)


STEP Skills Development and Competitions YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE Knockdown Toddler's Furniture Study Table TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

Workmanship Workmanship

50%

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestant.

c. tri-square

q b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

d. cross-cut saw

d. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a

Proper Use of Materials, Tools and Equipment

The study table is a form of "Knockdown furniture". the parts Safety Practices can be easily taken apart or can be and Work Habits carried anywhere or assembled without using any fastening materials. It is also a space saving Speed furniture for use in limited area of the home.

day before the actual competition.

25%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials and other

paraphernalia.

DURING 15%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

administrator (10 minutes).

d. Other instructions.

AFTER a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

5%

Working Drawing EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

For use in areas in the home or office where space is limited. It is very convenient as a study or writing table and can be disassembled after use and kept in storage.

All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator after judging. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

b.

NOTES regional organizers may opt to deviate.

TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S)

100%

b. The knock-down toddlers’ study table will be made based on

the working drawing provided by the organizers. c. Bench woodworking tools shall be used in the competition.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

d. The contestant should raise his hand after finishing the

FORM OF JUDGING

e. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter

Power tools are NOT ALLOWED. project and return his tools properly in his toolbox.

Compatriot Judging

range.

f. 1/4" or 1/2" wood chisels g. smooth plane h. compass/ keyhole saw i. mallet j. clawhammer k. l. m. n. o. p.

c-clamp bench hook Auger brace 1/4" or 1/2" Auger bit coping saw Flat file

q. Flat Spokeshave a. working bench with vise

E Q U I P M E N T

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

Furniture and Cabinet Maker USE

e. backsaw

T O O L S

b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipment

5%

Organizer/s

a. pull-push ruler b. carpenter's square

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue.

1 1/2 hours DESCRIPTION

Contestant/s

T

CRITERIA

Number of Participants: 1

a. sandpaper (1 rough M A T E R I A L S

emery; 1 fine)

a. 1/2" X 2' X 4' plywood


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR KNOCK-DOWN TODDLER’S STUDY TABLE CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Accuracy

50% 30%

95 • All measurements were accurate.

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 • Most measurements were • Some measurements were accurate. inaccurate.

2. Stability/Quality

10%

• All joints were snugly fitted.

• Some joints were well-fitted.

• Some joints were slightly loose.

• Most joints were loosely fitted.

• All surfaces were sanded.

• Some surfaces were sanded.

• Was able to economically use all the materials.

• Most of the surfaces were sanded. • Was able to economically use most of the materials.

• Was able to economically use some of the materials.

• No attempt to smoothen the surface. • Most materials go to waste.

• Appropriate tools/equipments were used at all times. • Well-organized placement of tools and materials.

• Appropriate tools/equipments were used most of the time. • Organized placement of tools and materials.

• Appropriate tools/equipments were properly used at times. • Not so organized placement of tools and materials.

• Inappropriate tools/equipments were used at all times. • Disorganized in its placement of tools and materials.

• Observed proper housekeeping during and after task.

• Observed proper housekeeping during task.

• Sometimes observed proper housekeeping during and after task.

• Did not observe proper housekeeping during and after task.

• Used appropriate safety gears.

• Observed once not using appropriate safety gears.

• Observed twice not using appropriate safety gears.

• Finished the project 10 minutes before the given time.

• Finished the project 5 minutes before the given time.

• Finished the project within time limit.

• Observed twice or more not using appropriate safety gears. • No attempt to finish the project on time.

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following:

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following:

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following:

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

3. Surface Preparation 10%

B. PROPER USE OF MATERIALS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

25%

C. SAFETY PRACTICES AND WORK HABITS

15%

D. SPEED/TIME

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

5%

80 • Most measurements were inaccurate.


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR KNOCK-DOWN TODDLER’S STUDY TABLE CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Accuracy

50% 30%

95 • All measurements were accurate.

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 90 85 • Most measurements were • Some measurements were accurate. inaccurate.

2. Stability/Quality

10%

• All joints were snugly fitted.

• Some joints were well-fitted.

• Some joints were slightly loose.

• Most joints were loosely fitted.

• All surfaces were sanded.

• Some surfaces were sanded.

• Was able to economically use all the materials.

• Most of the surfaces were sanded. • Was able to economically use most of the materials.

• Was able to economically use some of the materials.

• No attempt to smoothen the surface. • Most materials go to waste.

• Appropriate tools/equipments were used at all times. • Well-organized placement of tools and materials.

• Appropriate tools/equipments were used most of the time. • Organized placement of tools and materials.

• Appropriate tools/equipments were properly used at times. • Not so organized placement of tools and materials.

• Inappropriate tools/equipments were used at all times. • Disorganized in its placement of tools and materials.

• Observed proper housekeeping during and after task.

• Observed proper housekeeping during task.

• Sometimes observed proper housekeeping during and after task.

• Did not observe proper housekeeping during and after task.

• Used appropriate safety gears.

• Observed once not using appropriate safety gears.

• Observed twice not using appropriate safety gears.

• Finished the project 10 minutes before the given time.

• Finished the project 5 minutes before the given time.

• Finished the project within time limit.

• Observed twice or more not using appropriate safety gears. • No attempt to finish the project on time.

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following:

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following:

• Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following:

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

3. Surface Preparation 10%

B. PROPER USE OF MATERIALS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

25%

C. SAFETY PRACTICES AND WORK HABITS

15%

D. SPEED/TIME

E. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only)

5%

5%

80 • Most measurements were inaccurate.


STEP Skills Development and Competitions YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE Knockdown Toddler's Furniture Study Table TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT

RESOURCES

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

Workmanship Workmanship

50%

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestant.

c. tri-square

q b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

d. cross-cut saw

d. Briefing/orientation of trainers with the contest administrator a

Proper Use of Materials, Tools and Equipment

The study table is a form of "Knockdown furniture". the parts Safety Practices can be easily taken apart or can be and Work Habits carried anywhere or assembled without using any fastening materials. It is also a space saving Speed furniture for use in limited area of the home.

day before the actual competition.

25%

e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials and other

paraphernalia.

DURING 15%

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

administrator (10 minutes).

d. Other instructions.

AFTER a. Trainers shall serve as judges.

ILLUSTRATION

Communication Skills

5%

Working Drawing EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

For use in areas in the home or office where space is limited. It is very convenient as a study or writing table and can be disassembled after use and kept in storage.

All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator after judging. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

b.

NOTES regional organizers may opt to deviate.

TOTAL

ATTACHMENT(S)

100%

b. The knock-down toddlers’ study table will be made based on

the working drawing provided by the organizers. c. Bench woodworking tools shall be used in the competition.

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

d. The contestant should raise his hand after finishing the

FORM OF JUDGING

e. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter

Power tools are NOT ALLOWED. project and return his tools properly in his toolbox.

Compatriot Judging

range.

f. 1/4" or 1/2" wood chisels g. smooth plane h. compass/ keyhole saw i. mallet j. clawhammer k. l. m. n. o. p.

c-clamp bench hook Auger brace 1/4" or 1/2" Auger bit coping saw Flat file

q. Flat Spokeshave a. working bench with vise

E Q U I P M E N T

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

Furniture and Cabinet Maker USE

e. backsaw

T O O L S

b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants. c. Inspection of contest materials, tools and equipment

5%

Organizer/s

a. pull-push ruler b. carpenter's square

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue.

1 1/2 hours DESCRIPTION

Contestant/s

T

CRITERIA

Number of Participants: 1

a. sandpaper (1 rough M A T E R I A L S

emery; 1 fine)

a. 1/2" X 2' X 4' plywood


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE Residential Wiring Installation TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

YEAR LEVEL: Fourth Year PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation rientation of trainers with the contest Briefing o

administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

38%

Workmanship

DURING

ILLUSTRATION

T O O L S

10%

b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants (5

minutes). c. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and d. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

5%

Safety

AFTER Communication Skills

5%

Manual/Automatic Philip screwdriver Standard/Electrician's pliers Side cutiing pliers Long nose pliers Pull Pull-push push rule Steel-wooden rule

h. Electrician's knife or any substitute i. portable impact drive/ electric drill j. claw hammer k. wire stripper

duration of the skills competition.

NOTES NO TES

Electrician/Service Business

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a.

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the

division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. The wiring design/s shall be provided by the

organizers and Bureau of Secondary Education. c. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within

3 meter range.

V.O.M. Precision Instrument

a. 1 set circuit breaker panel (4 holes)-any brand (Main 30A, C.O. 20A, lighting 15A and spare)

b. 1 set convenience outlet douplex, flush type with plate and cover (any brand)

the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the

TOTAL

E Q U I P M E N T

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Four way or three way switches are used in residential wiring installations for convenience and security.

b. c. d. e. f. g.

administrator (10 minutes).

Time Management

Working Plan

USE

Organizer/s

a. Manual/Automatic head screwdriver

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

Residential wiring installation with a bulb controlled by 4-way and 3-way switches in three different locations, three bulbs each controlled by a single pole switches and a convenience outlet.

Contestant/s

T

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

42%

3 hours h DESCRIPTION

RESOURCES

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants. b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

Functionality

Number of Participants: 1

M A T E R I A L S

c. 3 pcs. Single pole switches flush type without plate and cover

d. 2 sets 3-way switches flush type with plate & cover e. 1 set 4-way switch flush type with plate and cover f. 1 pc. plate and cover flush type for 2gang base (any brand)

g. 1 pc. Plate & cover , flush type for 3gang base (any h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. v.

brand) 1 meter flat cord #16 & 1 pc. male plug, heavy duty 4 pcs. Utility box plastic & screw 2 pcs. Square box plastic/metal with cover 4 pcs. Lamp socket, flush type 4" diameter 4 pcs. Junction box plastic w/ screw 4"x4" plastic 12 meters TW wire #12/2.0 mm solid 40 meters TW wire #14/1.6 mm solid 20 pcs. Flexible conduit clamp (plastic) 1/2" 8 pcs. Flexible conduit clamp (plastic) 3/4" 4 pcs. Incandescent lamp 25/50W 220V 1 roll electrical tape (big) 20 pcs. Flexible conduit connector (plastic) 1/2" 8 pcs. Flexible conduit connector (plastic) 3/4" 10 meters Non-metallic flexible tube (moldex) 1/2" 4 meters Non-metallic flexible tube (moldex) 3/4"

a. 1 pc. Wiring board 3/4"x4'x4'


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE Residential Wiring Installation TIME ALLOTMENT

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

YEAR LEVEL: Fourth Year PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

PERCENTAGE

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation rientation of trainers with the contest Briefing o

administrator a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

38%

Workmanship

DURING

ILLUSTRATION

T O O L S

10%

b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants (5

minutes). c. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and d. Other instructions (i.e. coaches)

5%

Safety

AFTER Communication Skills

5%

Manual/Automatic Philip screwdriver Standard/Electrician's pliers Side cutiing pliers Long nose pliers Pull Pull-push push rule Steel-wooden rule

h. Electrician's knife or any substitute i. portable impact drive/ electric drill j. claw hammer k. wire stripper

duration of the skills competition.

NOTES NO TES

Electrician/Service Business

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Compatriot Judging

a.

a. With regard to the provision of resources, the

division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. The wiring design/s shall be provided by the

organizers and Bureau of Secondary Education. c. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within

3 meter range.

V.O.M. Precision Instrument

a. 1 set circuit breaker panel (4 holes)-any brand (Main 30A, C.O. 20A, lighting 15A and spare)

b. 1 set convenience outlet douplex, flush type with plate and cover (any brand)

the Contest Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the

TOTAL

E Q U I P M E N T

a. Trainers shall serve as judges. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Four way or three way switches are used in residential wiring installations for convenience and security.

b. c. d. e. f. g.

administrator (10 minutes).

Time Management

Working Plan

USE

Organizer/s

a. Manual/Automatic head screwdriver

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest

Residential wiring installation with a bulb controlled by 4-way and 3-way switches in three different locations, three bulbs each controlled by a single pole switches and a convenience outlet.

Contestant/s

T

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES

42%

3 hours h DESCRIPTION

RESOURCES

a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants. b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

Functionality

Number of Participants: 1

M A T E R I A L S

c. 3 pcs. Single pole switches flush type without plate and cover

d. 2 sets 3-way switches flush type with plate & cover e. 1 set 4-way switch flush type with plate and cover f. 1 pc. plate and cover flush type for 2gang base (any brand)

g. 1 pc. Plate & cover , flush type for 3gang base (any h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. v.

brand) 1 meter flat cord #16 & 1 pc. male plug, heavy duty 4 pcs. Utility box plastic & screw 2 pcs. Square box plastic/metal with cover 4 pcs. Lamp socket, flush type 4" diameter 4 pcs. Junction box plastic w/ screw 4"x4" plastic 12 meters TW wire #12/2.0 mm solid 40 meters TW wire #14/1.6 mm solid 20 pcs. Flexible conduit clamp (plastic) 1/2" 8 pcs. Flexible conduit clamp (plastic) 3/4" 4 pcs. Incandescent lamp 25/50W 220V 1 roll electrical tape (big) 20 pcs. Flexible conduit connector (plastic) 1/2" 8 pcs. Flexible conduit connector (plastic) 3/4" 10 meters Non-metallic flexible tube (moldex) 1/2" 4 meters Non-metallic flexible tube (moldex) 3/4"

a. 1 pc. Wiring board 3/4"x4'x4'


ANALYTIC SCORING RUBRIC (Residential Wiring Installation)

1.

FUNCTIONALITY

42%

Note : “Main Circuit Breaker 30 Ampere should be switched ON”

Switching of CB 20A, C.O. has power Switching on S1A, bulb A function Switching on S3B, bulb B function Switching on S4B, bulb B off Switching on S3B, bulb B function Switching on S1C, bulb C function Switching on S1D, bulb D function Total

2.

6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 42%

WORKMANSHIP

38%

2.1 Dimensions of mounted fixture

8%

All dimensions should be measured from center to center.57 shall be deducted for every item mark that deviates from the tolerance +/-3mm. ACCURATE with +/ - mm tolerance .57 points

From the upper edge of wiring board to circuit breaker From the left edge of wiring board to circuit breaker Circuit Breaker to C.O Circuit Breaker to Square Box 1 Square Box 1 to Square Box 2 Square Box 1 to Switch 1 Square Box 2 to Switch 2 Switch 1 to Switch 2 Switch 2 to Switch 3 Square Box 1 to Bulb B Bulb B to Bulb A Square Box 2 to Bulb C

INACCURATE 0 point


Bulb C to Bulb D Bulb D to Switch 3 TOTAL

2.2 Wire Splices and Joints

8%

All joints inside boxes should be rat tail joints. .57 shall be deducted for every joint that is not acceptable to the code requirements as to its mechanical and electrical characteristics. For uniformity of judging, the length of rat tail joint from the point of the skinned wire to the tip of the joint should be 25mm. 50mm. only.

ITEM

No.

Square Box Joints

1

Square Box Joints

2

ACCEPTABLE .57 points

NOT ACCEPTABLE 0 point

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TOTAL

2.3 Allowance of Wire Inside Junction Boxes

6%

The wires should meet at the center of the box and to be measured up to the tip of the joint without electrical tape. Allowance of wire from the box should not be less than 150 mm and not more than 160 mm. this is applicable to the 2 square boxes only. .43 shall be deducted for every item observed to have deviated from the required measurement.


ITEM

No.

Square Box Wires

1

Square Box Wires

2

ACCURATE .43 points

INACCURATE 0 point

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TOTAL

2.4 Fastening of Fixtures/ Accessories

4%

A minimum of 2 screws per box and 3 screws for the circuit breaker and square boxes. .36 shall be deducted for every box that is not accurately mounted.

ITEMS C.B. Bulb A Bulb B Bulb C Bulb D Square Box 1 Square Box 2 C.O. Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 TOTAL

FIRMLY MOUNTED .36 points

LOOSELY MOUNTED 0 points


2.5 Terminal Connections

4%

All terminal connections/wire loops on bulb, circuit breaker and switches must follow the lightening direction. And there must be a provision of +/- 3 mm tolerance.

PROPERLY CONNECTED .2 points

ITEMS

CB

C.O Bulb A Bulb B Bulb C Bulb D

S1

S2

S3

LOOSELY CONNECTED 0 point

1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5

TOTAL

2.6 Adapter and Locknut

4%

All entries in the box shall be provided with adapter and locknut. .2 shall be deducted for every entry with loose or without adapter or locknut.


FIRMLY ATTACHED .2 points

ENTRIES

LOOSELY ATTACHED 0 point

1 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1

CB C.O SB 1

SB 2 S1 S2 S3 Bulb A Bulb B Bulb C Bulb D TOTAL

2.7 Mounting of Non-metallic Conduit

4%

Flexible non-metallic and conduit shall be secured with a clamp in one run of conduit. .44 shall be deducted for every run that is not provided with clamp when stability requires it.

ITEMS CB CB SB 1 SB 2 SB 2 SB 1 Bulb B SB 2 BC

to to to to to to to to to

TOTAL

FIRMLY MOUNTED .44 points C.O SB1 S1 S2 S3 Bulb B Bulb A Bulb C Bulb D

LOOSELY MOUNTED 0 points


3.

Time Management Finished

4.

10%

30 minutes before the time 25 to 29 minutes before the time 20 to 24 minutes before the time 15 to 19 minutes before the time 18 to 14 minutes before the time 5 to 9 minutes before the time 1 to 4 minutes before the time Within the time Unfinished

10 points 9 points 8 points 7 points 6 points 5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points

Safety

5%

Two point five (2.5) deduction shall be applied for an injury noticed to the contestant while the contest is in progress. Another two point five (2.5) points deduction shall be given for shorted circuits in tapping the line to the main source.

5.

Communication Skills

5%

5

4

3

2

1

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. process b. function -tools -materials -equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 4 of the following: a. process b. function -tools -materials - equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the following:

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the following: a. process b. function -tools -materials -equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 1 of the following: a. process b. function -tools -materials -equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. b.

c. d. e.

process function -tools -materials -equipment cost of production employability business opportunity


ANALYTIC SCORING RUBRIC (Residential Wiring Installation)

1.

FUNCTIONALITY

42%

Note : “Main Circuit Breaker 30 Ampere should be switched ON”

Switching of CB 20A, C.O. has power Switching on S1A, bulb A function Switching on S3B, bulb B function Switching on S4B, bulb B off Switching on S3B, bulb B function Switching on S1C, bulb C function Switching on S1D, bulb D function Total

2.

6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 42%

WORKMANSHIP

38%

2.1 Dimensions of mounted fixture

8%

All dimensions should be measured from center to center.57 shall be deducted for every item mark that deviates from the tolerance +/-3mm. ACCURATE with +/ - mm tolerance .57 points

From the upper edge of wiring board to circuit breaker From the left edge of wiring board to circuit breaker Circuit Breaker to C.O Circuit Breaker to Square Box 1 Square Box 1 to Square Box 2 Square Box 1 to Switch 1 Square Box 2 to Switch 2 Switch 1 to Switch 2 Switch 2 to Switch 3 Square Box 1 to Bulb B Bulb B to Bulb A Square Box 2 to Bulb C

INACCURATE 0 point


Bulb C to Bulb D Bulb D to Switch 3 TOTAL

2.2 Wire Splices and Joints

8%

All joints inside boxes should be rat tail joints. .57 shall be deducted for every joint that is not acceptable to the code requirements as to its mechanical and electrical characteristics. For uniformity of judging, the length of rat tail joint from the point of the skinned wire to the tip of the joint should be 25mm. 50mm. only.

ITEM

No.

Square Box Joints

1

Square Box Joints

2

ACCEPTABLE .57 points

NOT ACCEPTABLE 0 point

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TOTAL

2.3 Allowance of Wire Inside Junction Boxes

6%

The wires should meet at the center of the box and to be measured up to the tip of the joint without electrical tape. Allowance of wire from the box should not be less than 150 mm and not more than 160 mm. this is applicable to the 2 square boxes only. .43 shall be deducted for every item observed to have deviated from the required measurement.


ITEM

No.

Square Box Wires

1

Square Box Wires

2

ACCURATE .43 points

INACCURATE 0 point

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

TOTAL

2.4 Fastening of Fixtures/ Accessories

4%

A minimum of 2 screws per box and 3 screws for the circuit breaker and square boxes. .36 shall be deducted for every box that is not accurately mounted.

ITEMS C.B. Bulb A Bulb B Bulb C Bulb D Square Box 1 Square Box 2 C.O. Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 TOTAL

FIRMLY MOUNTED .36 points

LOOSELY MOUNTED 0 points


2.5 Terminal Connections

4%

All terminal connections/wire loops on bulb, circuit breaker and switches must follow the lightening direction. And there must be a provision of +/- 3 mm tolerance.

PROPERLY CONNECTED .2 points

ITEMS

CB

C.O Bulb A Bulb B Bulb C Bulb D

S1

S2

S3

LOOSELY CONNECTED 0 point

1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5

TOTAL

2.6 Adapter and Locknut

4%

All entries in the box shall be provided with adapter and locknut. .2 shall be deducted for every entry with loose or without adapter or locknut.


FIRMLY ATTACHED .2 points

ENTRIES

LOOSELY ATTACHED 0 point

1 2 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1

CB C.O SB 1

SB 2 S1 S2 S3 Bulb A Bulb B Bulb C Bulb D TOTAL

2.7 Mounting of Non-metallic Conduit

4%

Flexible non-metallic and conduit shall be secured with a clamp in one run of conduit. .44 shall be deducted for every run that is not provided with clamp when stability requires it.

ITEMS CB CB SB 1 SB 2 SB 2 SB 1 Bulb B SB 2 BC

to to to to to to to to to

TOTAL

FIRMLY MOUNTED .44 points C.O SB1 S1 S2 S3 Bulb B Bulb A Bulb C Bulb D

LOOSELY MOUNTED 0 points


3.

Time Management Finished

4.

10%

30 minutes before the time 25 to 29 minutes before the time 20 to 24 minutes before the time 15 to 19 minutes before the time 18 to 14 minutes before the time 5 to 9 minutes before the time 1 to 4 minutes before the time Within the time Unfinished

10 points 9 points 8 points 7 points 6 points 5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points

Safety

5%

Two point five (2.5) deduction shall be applied for an injury noticed to the contestant while the contest is in progress. Another two point five (2.5) points deduction shall be given for shorted circuits in tapping the line to the main source.

5.

Communication Skills

5%

5

4

3

2

1

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. process b. function -tools -materials -equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 4 of the following: a. process b. function -tools -materials - equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 3 of the following:

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 2 of the following: a. process b. function -tools -materials -equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

Able to clearly discuss/explain with confidence only 1 of the following: a. process b. function -tools -materials -equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

a. b.

c. d. e.

process function -tools -materials -equipment cost of production employability business opportunity


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

ASSESSMENT

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

RESOURCES Contestant/s

T

Steel Baluster

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

TIME ALLOTMENT

b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

Workmanship

50%

2 1/2 hours DESCRIPTION

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator

Proper Handling of Tools and Equipment

20%

a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials and paraphernalia.

A ready to install balluster that will enhance the appearance of veranda enclosure that will also serve as decorative guard railings.

ILLUSTRATION

Safety Work Habits

15%

Communication Skiils

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Welder and Iron Grills Fabricator/ Operator Contractor

Enhance the beauty enclosures to stairs and veranda.

administrator (10 minutes). minutes).

10%

TOTAL

5%

100%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING

d. other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a. Trainers shall serve as judges with one (1) expert in the

area/category. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

ATTACHMENT(S)

Compatriot Judging

c. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipmnet.

E Q U I P M E N T

NOTES a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. All project designs shall be provided by the organizers.

(designs may differ in District/ Division/ Regional and National Level). c. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

c. ball-pein hammer d. bending jigs d e. tri-square f. g. h. i. j. k.

chipping hammer welding mask/goggles handgloves apron vise grip portable grinder a. anvil b. welding machine/accessories c. bench vise

a. square bar

AFTER

Working Drawing

USE

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants (5

Speed

b. hacksaw

T O O L S T

DURING

Organizer/s

a. pull push rule

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

Number of Participants: 1

1/2 - 12 mm x 12 mm x 3 m

M A T E R I A L S

b. flat bar

2 -3 mm x 25 mm x 6 m


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR STEEL BALUSTERS CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 50% 1. ACCURACY 25% 1.1 Overall Height 1.2 Overall Width 2. PROCESS 25% 2.1 Measuring, Cutting, Bending and Assembling 15% 2.2 Uniformity and Smoothness of Weld Beads 10% B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 95 • Accurate/exact height

90 • +- 1-3 mm discrepancy

85 • +- 4-6 mm discrepancy

80 • 7mm or more discrepancy

• Accurate/exact measurement • All parts were properly measured, cut, bended and assembled with joints fully welded. • Joints have uniform and smooth weld beads.

• +- 1-3 mm discrepancy • All parts were properly measured, cut, bended and assembled but were observed to have 1-3 joints not fully welded. • 1-3 joints have uneven or rough weld beads

• +- 4-6 mm discrepancy • Some parts were not accurately measured, cut, bended and assembled but was observed to have 4-6 joints not fully welded. • 4-6 joints have uneven or rough weld beads

• 7mm or more discrepancy • Some parts were accurately measured, cut, bended and assembled but with 7 or more joints not fully welded. • 7 or more joints have uneven or rough weld beads

• Appropriate tools and equipment were orderly and properly used at all times.

• Was observed not using appropriate tools and equipment once (scattered)

• Was observed not using appropriate tools and equipment twice (scattered)

• Was observed not using appropriate tools and equipment thrice or more

• Observed safety practices and used appropriate protective gears/ accessories all the time.

• Observed safety practices but were once noted not using appropriate protective gears/ accessories.

• Observed safety practices but were twice noted not using appropriate protective gears/ accessories.

• Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Observed safety practices but were thrice or more noted not using appropriate protective gears/ accessories. • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

20%

C.SAFETY WORK HABITS

15%

D. SPEED

10%

E.COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%


STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: Industrial Arts CONTEST PACKAGE

YEAR LEVEL: All Year Levels

ASSESSMENT

PROCEDURE/SPECIFICATIONS

RESOURCES Contestant/s

T

Steel Baluster

CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE

TIME ALLOTMENT

b. Submission of required documents for the contest.

Workmanship

50%

2 1/2 hours DESCRIPTION

c. Ocular inspection of the contest venue. d. Briefing orientation of trainers with the contest administrator

Proper Handling of Tools and Equipment

20%

a day before the actual competition. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials and paraphernalia.

A ready to install balluster that will enhance the appearance of veranda enclosure that will also serve as decorative guard railings.

ILLUSTRATION

Safety Work Habits

15%

Communication Skiils

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Welder and Iron Grills Fabricator/ Operator Contractor

Enhance the beauty enclosures to stairs and veranda.

administrator (10 minutes). minutes).

10%

TOTAL

5%

100%

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING

d. other instructions (i.e. coaches)

a. Trainers shall serve as judges with one (1) expert in the

area/category. b. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator Administrator. c. All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

ATTACHMENT(S)

Compatriot Judging

c. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipmnet.

E Q U I P M E N T

NOTES a. With regard to the provision of resources, the division and

regional organizers may opt to deviate. b. All project designs shall be provided by the organizers.

(designs may differ in District/ Division/ Regional and National Level). c. Coaches are allowed to observe the process within 3 meter range.

c. ball-pein hammer d. bending jigs d e. tri-square f. g. h. i. j. k.

chipping hammer welding mask/goggles handgloves apron vise grip portable grinder a. anvil b. welding machine/accessories c. bench vise

a. square bar

AFTER

Working Drawing

USE

a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest b. Final instructions of trainers with their contestants (5

Speed

b. hacksaw

T O O L S T

DURING

Organizer/s

a. pull push rule

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

Number of Participants: 1

1/2 - 12 mm x 12 mm x 3 m

M A T E R I A L S

b. flat bar

2 -3 mm x 25 mm x 6 m


ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR STEEL BALUSTERS CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 50% 1. ACCURACY 25% 1.1 Overall Height 1.2 Overall Width 2. PROCESS 25% 2.1 Measuring, Cutting, Bending and Assembling 15% 2.2 Uniformity and Smoothness of Weld Beads 10% B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

PERFORMANCE LEVEL 95 • Accurate/exact height

90 • +- 1-3 mm discrepancy

85 • +- 4-6 mm discrepancy

80 • 7mm or more discrepancy

• Accurate/exact measurement • All parts were properly measured, cut, bended and assembled with joints fully welded. • Joints have uniform and smooth weld beads.

• +- 1-3 mm discrepancy • All parts were properly measured, cut, bended and assembled but were observed to have 1-3 joints not fully welded. • 1-3 joints have uneven or rough weld beads

• +- 4-6 mm discrepancy • Some parts were not accurately measured, cut, bended and assembled but was observed to have 4-6 joints not fully welded. • 4-6 joints have uneven or rough weld beads

• 7mm or more discrepancy • Some parts were accurately measured, cut, bended and assembled but with 7 or more joints not fully welded. • 7 or more joints have uneven or rough weld beads

• Appropriate tools and equipment were orderly and properly used at all times.

• Was observed not using appropriate tools and equipment once (scattered)

• Was observed not using appropriate tools and equipment twice (scattered)

• Was observed not using appropriate tools and equipment thrice or more

• Observed safety practices and used appropriate protective gears/ accessories all the time.

• Observed safety practices but were once noted not using appropriate protective gears/ accessories.

• Observed safety practices but were twice noted not using appropriate protective gears/ accessories.

• Was able to finish the output 10 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Was able to finish the output 5 minutes before the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 4 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Was able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 3 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

• Observed safety practices but were thrice or more noted not using appropriate protective gears/ accessories. • Was not able to finish the output within the allotted time. • Able to discuss/explain with confidence 2 of the following: a. Process b. function of tools, materials and equipment c. cost of production d. employability e. business opportunity

20%

C.SAFETY WORK HABITS

15%

D. SPEED

10%

E.COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%


I. II. III.

CONSTEST : MR. AND MS. STEP AREA : OTHER CONTESTS SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS 1. 2.

3. 4.

5.

6.

7. 8.

9. 10.

IV.

Each region must have only one (1) pair of contestants (1 Male and 1 Female). Contestants for Mr. and Ms. STEP should be duly enrolled high school students and legitimate STEP members for School Year 2009-2010 as certified by their respective Secondary School Principals. Candidates must register as official participants of the Student Technologists and Entrepreneurs of the Philippines-National Skills Development and Competitions. Contestants must prepare a Technology Attire, a Filipiniana (Mestiza Gown for female and Barong Tagalog for male), and a Casual Wear (summer dress for female, dyed t-shirt and white short for male). Special awards pertinent to these shall be given. The summer dress that will be worn by the Ms. STEP contestants shall be the contest output in sewing under the secondary category corresponding to their respective regions, while the dyed t-shirt that will be worn by the Mr. STEP contestant shall be the contest output in the tie-dye competition in the elementary category corresponding to their regions. The wearing of summer dress and tie-dyed shirt shall not be part of the criteria for judging the contests in sewing and tie-dye competitions. It is presumed that the items of clothing have been judged prior to wearing in the Mr. and Ms. STEP competitions. Professional make-up artists and hairstylists are not allowed to assist the contestants of Mr. & Ms. STEP. The contestants of each region in hairstyling and day make-up from both the secondary category and technical-vocational category shall serve as the make-up artists and hairstylists of the respective contestants of the region in the Mr. and Ms. STEP competitions. The presence of these contestants in the Mr. and Ms. STEP competitions has no bearing on their respective contest areas. There will be a pre-judging competition to determine the eight (8) pairs of finalists who will advance to the finals.

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING A. B. C. D.

Beauty and Personality Intelligence and Wit Stage Presence and Confidence Audience Impact

TOTAL

30% 30% 20% 20%

100%


I. II. III. IV.

CONTEST : STEP BAZAAR AREA : ENTREPRENEURSHIP TIME ALLOTMENT : DAY 0 to DAY 4 TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS NEEDED 1. 2. 3.

V.

Booth (To be provided by the Organizer) TLE Outputs Popular Regional Products

SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

The STEP BAZAAR is a special feature of the Student Technologists and Entrepreneurs of the Philippines-National Skills Development and Competitions (STEP-NSDC) on entrepreneurship. More than a showcase of the region’s best projects in Technology and Livelihood Education together with other products which are popular or known in the region, it is also a demonstration of the student-contestants’ personal entrepreneurial competencies. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9.

10.

11.

12.

13. 14.

VI.

The booth (approximately 2 meters x 2 meters) shall be provided by the organizer. The names of the regions shall be placed at the entrance of the booth. Two (2) electrical outlets, one table and one chair will be made available in each booth. Ingress (set up of booths) by the regions is during Day O upon arrival and after registration. Egress (dismantling of booths) shall commence at 1:00 PM of DAY 4. Official start of the business of the bazaar is at 8:00 AM of Day 1. Only two (2) STEP members, who must be registered STEP-NSDC participants, shall be allowed to stay in the respective booth of the region. They shall wear their regional costume on Day 1, STEP regional uniform on Day 2, and STEP national uniform on Day 3. The TLE outputs/projects shall comprise 50% of the items included in the bazaar, while popular or known regional products shall comprise 50%. Inventory of products shall be submitted to the Contest Administrator and Contest Coordinator/Secretary before each region is allowed to occupy the assigned booth. The booth shall be open until 6:00 PM. It may remain open even beyond 6:00 PM. However, only those sales made from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM shall be considered in determining the winner and other special awards. Sold items shall be accompanied by receipts. These receipts shall be issued by the Contest Administrator and Contest Coordinator/Secretary. Sales reports and receipts shall be submitted and accounted for by the Contest Administrator and Contest Coordinator/Secretary at 6:00 PM everyday. During the opening of the Bazaar, a ceremonial ribbon shall be cut by the high ranking officials present and invited guests, during which the Regional Head of Delegation and Supervisors shall be present at the regional booth. Top sellers shall be given special awards, which shall be awarded to the two (2) STEP members manning the booth. The Best TLE project of the year shall be given to the studentowner of the item chosen while the Most Artistic Booth shall be awarded to the officers of the STEP Regional Board of Advisers Organization, the officers of which shall take charge of the booth design and presentation. The Over-All STEP Bazaar winner shall be awarded to the region itself. Only the Over-All STEP Bazaar result shall be included in the ranking. Judging for the Best TLE project of the year shall be judged on DAY 1 in the morning. As such, the TLE projects shall only be offered for sale beginning DAY 1 in the afternoon. For safety and security, all booths shall be cleared of valuables after 6:00 PM.

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING A. B.

Booth and Product Design, Presentation and Creativity Percentage of the Number of Goods Sold Over Total Inventory 100% Sold Less than 100% but not Lower than 85% Sold Less than 85% but not Lower than 70% Sold Less than 70% but not Lower than 55% Sold Less than 55% Sold

25% 25% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10%


C.

Amount of Sales Highest Second Highest Third Highest Fourth Highest Fifth Highest Sixth Highest Seventh Highest Eight Highest Ninth Highest Tenth Highest Next Ranks

D.

Compliance with the Guidelines

25% 30% 28% 26% 24% 22% 20% 18% 16% 14% 12% 10%

25%

A deduction of 5% shall be deducted for every violation of the guidelines.

_____________________________________________________________________ TOTAL

100%


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: AGRICULTURE – ANIMAL PRODUCTION

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: FEED FORMULATION (Swine)

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS : 1. Time allotment shall be one ( 1 ) hour. 2. Only one contestant per region shall be allowed to join the contest. 3. Coaches and contestants shall report to the contest venue fifteen ( 15 ) minutes before the start of the contest for final briefing/orientation by the contest administrator. 4. Contestant shall bring their own tools and other necessary materials in feed mixing. 5. Feed ingredients, macro and micro ingredients shall be provided by the management. 6. Ingredients should be based on usual levels of limitations. 7. The problem shall be formulated by the judges/coaches together with the contest administrator on the spot using the trial and error method. 8. Contestants shall solve the problem to determine the right amount of feed ingredients needed which shall be placed in individual containers for evaluation before mixing. Use of calculator shall be allowed. 9. Contestant shall raise their hand to signal that they are done and must submit their outputs to the contest administrator. VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Organizer/s

Tools

Equipment

Materials

V.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Ball pen/pencil Calculator Weighing scale Mixing tools and materials

6. Official tech-voc answer sheet

5. container 1. Feed ingredients

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA A. Accuracy B. Speed

RATING 60% 10%


C. Technical Skills D. Safety Precautions E. Communications Skills Total =

10% 10% 10% 100%

RATING SCALE A.

ACCURACY ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 60 % A. 1. Problem Solving 30 % 1. Correct ingredients combination & exact crude protein 30% Difference of .01 in the crude protein 20% Difference of .02 in the crude protein 18% Difference of .03 in the crude protein 16% Difference of .04 in the crude protein 14% Difference of .05 in the crude protein 12% 2. Incorrect solution but correct answer 10% 3. Correct solution but wrong answer 5% 4. Incorrect solution and answer 0% A. 2. Weighing of Feed Ingredients 1. All measurements are correct 2. 1 error in measurement 3. 2 errors in measurement 4. 3 errors in measurement 5. 4 errors in measurement 6. 5 errors in measurement 7. More than 5 errors in measurement

30 % 30% 25% 23% 20% 15% 10% 5%

B.

SPEED …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 10 % A. Finished the task on or before the allotted time 10% B. Finished the task 1-5 minutes after the allotted time 8% C. Finished the task 6-10 mins. after the allotted time 5% D. Finished the task beyond 10 minutes of the allotted time 3%

C.

TECHNICAL SKILLS …………………………………………………………………………………. A. Ingredients properly mixed 15% B. Ingredients improperly mixed 10% C. Ingredients not mixed 5%

15 %

D.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS................................................................................... A. Maintained cleanliness and orderliness in the working area and used tools and equipment properly 10% B. Did not maintain cleanliness and orderliness in the working in the working area and improperly used tools & equipment 8% C. Did not maintain orderliness in the working area and

10 %


D. improperly used tools and equipment E.

4%

COMMUNICATION SKILLS ………………………………………………………………………… 5% A. The contestants answered all the questions with100% accuracy 5% B. The contestants answered the questions with 85% accuracy 3% C. The contestants answered the questions with 75% accuracy 1% TOTAL = 100%


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: AGRICULTURE – CROP PRODUCTION

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: MULTIPLE ROOT STOCK PROPAGATION

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS : 1. The time allotment shall be thirty (30) minutes. 2. One (1) contestant per region shall be allowed in this contest. 3. Each contestant shall bring his/her own tools and materials. 4. Each contestant shall bring three (3) mango seedlings (for stock). 5. The scion shall also be brought by the contestant. VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Tools

Organizer/s

Grafting knife Pruning shear

Equipment

Materials

V.

Mango seedlings Grafting tape Scion

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA A. Workmanship B. Proper Use of Tools and Materials C. Speed D. Safety Precautions E. Communications Skills Total =

RATING 60% 10% 10% 10% 10% 100%

RATING SCALE A.

WORKMANSHIP ………………………………………………………………………………………… 60 % 1. Compatibility 20 % 1.1. Rootstock and scion are of the same size 20% 1.2. The stock is bigger than the scion 15% 1.3 The scion is bigger than the stock 10% 1


2. Proper art/technique in working on the stock and scion (smoothly and correctly done following the prescribed cuts below a. Vertical cut is made in the main root stock to fit the scion. b. Wedge cut is made on the scion c. Modified cut is made (Bird’s mouth) below the grafted part of the root stock. d. Diagonal cut is done on the root stocks where one is made to unite with the other. 2.1. All prescribed cuts are properly followed 20% 2.2. 1-2 of the prescribed cuts not properly followed 15% 2.3. Three (3) prescribed cuts are not properly followed 10% 2.4. Four (4) or more of the prescribed cuts not properly followed 5% 3. Insertion of the scion to the stock (point of cambium layer union) is strictly observed 3.1 Scion and stock are properly fitted 20% 3.2 Scion and stock are not properly fitted 10%

20 %

20 %

B.

USE OF APPROPRIATE TOOLS & MATERIALS ……………………………………………….. 10 % 1. Grafting knife and pruning shears are properly used and the operation is performed using standard tools and materials 10% 2. Improper/ inappropriate tools used/use of tools. 5%

C.

SPEED …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 10 % 1. Finished before the allotted time. 10% 2. Finished within the allotted time. 8% 3. Finished after 3 mins. beyond the allotted time. 6% 4. Finished after 5 mins. beyond the allotted time. 2%

D.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS................................................................................... 1. Observed Safety Precautions 5% 1.1. Proper handling of tools was observed, no injury sustained by the contestant. 5 1.2. Contestant sustained an injury. 2 2. Work Habit. 5% 2.1. Maintained cleanliness and orderliness in the workplace. 5 2.2

E.

Did not observe cleanliness and orderliness In the workplace

10 %

3

COMMUNICATION SKILLS ………………………………………………………………………… 10 % 1. The team answered the questions with 100% accuracy 10% 2. The team answered the questions with 85% accuracy 7% 3. The team answered the questions with 75% accuracy 4% TOTAL = 100%

2


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: AGRICULTURE – FOOD PROCESSING

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: SKINLESS CHICKEN LONGANISA

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

:

One (1) kilogram ground meat composed of 750 grams chicken, 250 grams pork fat to be provided by the management and paid by the contestants. All tools, materials, ingredients except meat will be provided by the contestants. The time allotment shall be four (4) hours. There shall be one (1) contestant per region. Each contestant shall prepare a recipe of skinless longanisa in a 5” by 8” index card to be given to the judges before the contest starts. The contestant shall produce at least twenty five (25) to forty (40) pieces longanisa at thirty (30) grams per piece. The product must be packed in a polyethylene bag, labelled, and sealed. Finished product shall be submitted to the contest administrator to be cured overnight in a freezer and it will be cooked the following day. The judge rating sheets shall be collected by the contest Administrator, sealed in an envelop to be returned for final judging. Polysealer will be provided by the host and it will be placed in the contest area to be used by the contestants. Six (6) pieces skinless longanisa will be cooked after curing and place in a breakfast plate with fork for judging. No backdrop or other decoration is allowed. The contestant will use their own personal protective equipment. In case of tie, speed will be used to break it.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Organizer/s

1. Knife and chopping board

1. Working table

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1. Polysealer

Tools

Equipment

Sets of measuring spoon Sets of measuring cups Utility tray Mixing bowl Spatula Wooden ladle Mortar & Pestle

1


1. Polyethylene bag 2. Paperlene 3. Curing agents

Materials

V.

1. One (1) kilogram ground meat (750 grams chicken, 250 grams pork fat

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA A. General Appearance and Taste B. Workmanship C. Safety Precautions D. Speed l E. Communication Skills Total =

RATING 40% 30% 15% 10% 5% 100%

RATING SCALE A.

GENERAL APPEARANCE AND TASTE ….……………………………………………………… 1. Texture a. Meat properly chopped/ground b. Some pieces of meat were not properly chopped/ground c. meat improperly chopped/ground

15 % - 15 - 10 -5

2. Appearance a. Uniform size and shape, with appropriate color and firmly wrapped b. Uniform size and shape, with appropriate color but not firmly wrapped c. Uneven sizes and shapes, very dark color and wrapped loosely 3. Taste a. Excellent (good blend of sweet and sour) b. Very good (sweet and sour) c. Good (Sweet – sour but slightly salty)

B.

15 % - 15 - 10 - 5

15 % 10 8 6

WORKMANSHIP …………………………………………………………………………………………. • • •

• C.

40 %

Procedure was done with 95% accuracy Procedure was done with 85% accuracy Procedure was done with 75% accuracy Procedure was done with 50% accuracy

30 25 20 15

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND WORK HABITS ……………………………………..

y

30 %

15 %

All tools/utensils needed were properly arranged in the working area, properly used at all times. Observed precautionary measures, applied safety and sanitation on the product and working area

2


y

y D.

15

Some tools and utensils needed were not properly arranged and used. Observed precautionary measure. Rarely observed safety and sanitation while working.

10

Some tools and utensils used were substitute and inappropriate. Did not observe precautionary measures at all times.

5

SPEED ……....................................................................................................

y y y E.

throughout the working time.

Finished within the allotted time Finished 5-10 minutes after allotted time Finished beyond 10 minutes after allotted time

10 7 4

COMMUNICATION SKILLS ….…………………………………………………………………

y y y

10 %

The contestants answered all the questions with 86% - 100% accuracy The contestants answered all the questions with 76% - 85% accuracy The contestants answered all the questions with 75% and below accuracy

5%

5 3 1

TOTAL = 100%

3


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

:

ARTS & TRADES - AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

:

AUTO ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTALLATION (LIGHTING SYSTEM & HORN CIRCUIT)

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4.

:

Time allotment is 2 hours. The contest should be performed by only one contestant. Contestants are required to bring their own tools and materials. Contest proper: i. Contestant will perform the job based on the agreed wiring layout between the judges and contest administrator.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Tools

1.

One pc mock-up (follow attached model)

2.

One pc steering column-type ignition and lighting system switch (Toyota brand)

3.

Two pcs head light (12 volts)

4.

Two pcs head light socket

5.

Two pcs tail light assembly (four light functional)

6.

Two pcs signal light assembly (double contact)

7.

One pc battery (12 volts)

8.

Two pcs horn, complete accessories (12 volts)

9.

One pc plate light

10.

One pc stop light switch

11.

One pc flusher relay

12.

One pc fuse box (8 terminals)

13.

One pc ammeter (-60 ---o---+60)

14.

Two pcs battery cable with terminal (one meter each)

Organizer/s


15.

Three pcs power/bosh relay

16.

Two pcs. push and pull switch ( for back-up light)

17.

Fifty pcs. wire terminal (assorted)

18.

Two rolls automotive wire # 16 ( 120 ft /roll)

19.

One roll automotive wire # 14 (120 ft)

20.

Five pcs. electrical tape (big)

21.

Three boxes fuse (10 to 15 amps)

22.

Assorted sizes and type of bolt and nut

23.

Ten meters corrugated electrical hose (moldflex)

24.

Screw driver set

25.

Open and box wrench set

26.

Multi/continuity tester

27.

Side cutting pliers

28.

Long nose pliers

29.

Mechanical pliers

Equipment

Materials

V.

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA

RATING

A. Workmanship B. Proper use and Economy of Materials C. Safety practices and Work Habits Total =

70% 20% 10% 100%


RATING SCALE A.

WORKMANSHIP……………………………………………………………………………………………

70%

1. Speed and Functionality........................................................50% 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5

all lights and circuit are functional/working ------ 50% one light not working ------ 45% one circuit not working ------ 40% one light and one circuit not working ------ 35% two or more circuit not working ------- 20%

2. Neatness and orderliness of job perform ----------------------20% B.

PROPER USE AND ECONOMY OF MATERIALS...............................................

20%

C.

SAFETY PRACTICES AND WORK HABITS ......................................................

10%

TOTAL =

100%


TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL NATIONAL SKILLS OLYMPICS (2010) JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA :

ARTS AND TRADES – COMPUTER HARDWARE SERVICING

II.

SKILLS CONTEST:

ASSEMBLING, OS INSTALLATION AND NETWORKING

III.

SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Time allotment is 2 hours. 2. One contestant per region shall join the contest. 3. The coach/judge shall adopt the deliberated judging After the individual judging using the assessment guide (rubrics), judges will deliberate the rating of each contestant. The rating of coach/judge which does not conform to the Assessment Guide will not be included in the final ranking. Coach/Judge must agree on the final result of the group deliberation and should sign the marking sheet. 4. The coaches and the contestants shall be given 15 minutes to check their computer if working and inspect the tools and the materials after the briefing with the contest administrators. 5. OS and Office must be given to the coaches after the solidarity meeting to give them enough time to check the CD. The contest administrator will provide security mark before releasing the CD. 6. Each participant will show/present his/her computer in the presence of judges for viewing and evaluation. 7. Only the contestant may disassemble the system unit. 8. All tools identified in the resources can be used in the competition but borrowing from other contestants is prohibited. 9. During the formatting period, divide the hard drive into two partitions. The partition size will be announced during the contest 10. The contestant shall perform networking. 11. The system unit brought by the contestant and the computer provided by the host for networking should be Cleaned Installed in front of the contest body the day before the contest. 12. VGA, Sound and LAN must be onboard/built-in. 13. Monitor, keyboard, mouse, AVR and speaker will be provided by the host.

IV.

RESOURCES: MATERIALS 1. 6 pcs RJ45 (provided by the contestant) 2. 10 mtrs UTP cable (provided by the contestant) TOOLS 3. 1 4. 1 5. 1 6. 1 7. 1 8. 1 9. 1

pc pc pc pc pc pc pc

8-Port Switch/Hub Manual Flat head Screw driver Manual Philip Screw driver Crimping tool Side Cutting pliers Cable tester Extension wire

EQUIPMENT

10.

1 unit

11.

1 unit

System Unit Specification Mboad: Any brand Processor: Intel Core 2 – Duo 2.93 Ghz or Lower AMD X3 2.8 Ghz or Lower Memory: 1 GB or Lower Hard Disk: 250 GB (SATA) or Lower CD/DVD Writer Casing: ATX with USB and Audio in front panel Printer Hewlett Packard (HP) brand (any color model provided by the


12.

V.

2 cd

contestant) OS: Office: Driver:

XP Service Pack 2 (provided by the host) Microsoft Office 2003 (provided by the host) All drivers for the motherboard

JUDGING/EVALUATION CRITERIA RATING A. Workmanship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 85% 1. Functionality ................... 65% 1.1 Formatting & Partition 10% Correct partition size 5% OS is in the correct drive 5% 1.2 Operating System 15% 1.2.1 OS is running 3% 1.2.1 Audio 3% 1.2.2 Video 3% 1.2.3 LAN 3% 1.2.4 Printer 3% 1.3 Applications 10% Office 5% Antivirus 3% (Packaged in MB Installer) Acrobat Reader 2% (Packaged in MB Installer) 1.4 Networking 30% 1.4.1 Crimping and Cabling 10% Two Straight-Thru 6% (minus 1 for every exposed wires) One Crossover 2% (minus 1 for every exposed wires) Correct Standard (A/B) 2% 1.4.2 Connectivity 5% 1.4.3 File/Printer Sharing 15% Correct Workstation name 1% Correct Server name 1% Correct Workgroup name 1% Correct Printer name 1% Folder is shared 3% Printer is shared 3% Able to print from Wstation 5% 2. Proper Assembling . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20% 2.1 All screws are in place (minus 1 for misplaced) 4% 2.2 All cables are in place (minus 1 for misplaced) 4% 2.3 Front panel 8% Power LED 2% HDD LED 2% Reset Switch 2% Speaker 2% 2.4 USB/Audio front panel 4% USB 2% Audio panel 2% B. Proper use of Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5%

C. Safety

.........................................

5%

D. Speed

.........................................

5%

NOTE: In case of tie, use speed to break the tie (i.e. hours, minutes, seconds).


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

:

ARTS & TRADES - ELECTRICITY

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

:

BUILDING WIRING INSTALLATION

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

:

1. Time allotment is 6 hours. 2. One contestant per region shall join the contest. 3. The wiring design shall be given by the judge to the contestant and coaches before the competition starts which was prepared by the Tech-Voc Education Task Force. 4. Tools and materials should be inspected by the coaches and contestant before the contest proper. 5. The wiring job must conform to the given wiring design. 6. Only flush type materials shall be used in the circuit. 7. There shall be no pre-cut wires and other wiring materials before the start of the competition. 8. All types of tools can be used in the competition but borrowing from other contestants is prohibited.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

MATERIALS 1 pc Panel board (6- holes) 1 pc CB 30 ampere (any brand) 3 pcs CB 20 ampere (any brand) 1 pc CB 15 ampere (any brand) 2 pcs Electrical tape (Big) 4 pcs Junction box - Octagonal (Metal) 4 pcs Utility box 2”x4” (Metal) Square box 5”x5” double knockout 1 pc with cover (Metal) 1 pc Hard hat 1 pc Safety goggles 1 pair Working gloves 1 pair Safety shoes (optional) 1 pc Meter base ½” diameter 3 pcs Lamp socket (flush type 4” diameter) 1 set ACU outlet (any brand) 3 pc Incandescent lamp 25/50w 220V 1 foot Round bar 10mm

Organizer/s

7

Meters

1

pc

1

pc

40

meters

20

meters

3

Pcs.

25

pcs

7

meters

24

pcs

Ground wire (green or white) stranded/solid #14 AWG Entrance cap ½” diameter Wiring board ¾ “ x 6’x 6’ with overhead of 2 feet TW wire # 12 AWG solid/stranded TW wire # 14 AWG solid/stranded Rigid steel Conduit ½” Straight connector ½” diameter - metal Flexible metallic conduit ½” Rigid conduit straps/clamps ½ “


3

pc

2 1 3

pc pc pcs

Single pole switch flush type (any brand) Convenience outlet (any brand) 3-gang base plate and cover 2-gang base plate and cover

1

Pc.

1

Pc.

Condulet LR ½ “ diameter Condulet LL ½ “ diameter

1 set Twist Lock Outlet 3- wire with base plate and cover; Eagle (or any available brand) 1 pc. Magnetic contactor ; 3-phase or 1phase W/ built-in stop-start push button switch

Equip ment

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

TOOLS pc Spirit level/ Level bar Pc Hack saw pc Plum bob pc Pipe reamer pc Pipe threader ½ “ pc Pipe bender/hickey ½” Pc. Pipe Vice Manual/Automatic Flat head Screw pc driver pc Manual/Automatic Philip Screw driver pc Side cutting Pliers pc Long Nose Pliers Pc. Combination Pliers pc Tools holster pc Measuring Instruments a. steel rule b. Push-pull tape rule

1

pc

Wire stripper

1 1 1

pc pc pc

Claw hammer Flat/Round file smooth 8” Gimlet

Equipment 1 Pc

V.

Multi-tester

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA A. B. C. D.

: RATING

Functionality Workmanship Speed Measurements Total =

30% 30% 20% 20% 100%


RATING SCALE A.

FUNCTIONALITY…………………………………………………………………………………………………. Switching all breakers 1. CO1 have power 2. ACU outlet have power 3. Switching on S 1, bulb (A) function 4. Switching on S2, bulb (B) function 5. Switching on S3, Bulb (C) function 6. Switching on the magnetic Contactor, Twist-lock outlet has power

B.

. . . . .

5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

.

5%

WORKMANSHIP……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1. Allowance of wire from junction boxes must not be less than 150mm not more than 160mm** 2. Wire loop to screws must have to follow the tightening direction . 3. Skinned wire to joint shall be from 25 to 50mm only 4. Rat tail joint shall be used in boxes . 5. Minimum of 2 screws per boxes except Meter base and Panel board; 4-screws . 6. Fastening of flexible metallic conduit, minimum of 1pc. Strap for less than 1 ft distance 7. Lock nuts shall be provided for each connector. 8. Current ratings of breaker for each branches (30amp. for Main only/20amp. for CO1/ 20 amp for ACU and 20 amp for magnetic contactor /15amp for L.O) . 9. Correct size of conductor for C.O./L.O/ Service Entrance . 10, Economy of materials and housekeeping .

30 %

30 %

3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3%

3% 3% 3%

** The wires shall meet at the center of the box and to be measured up to the tip of the joint without electrical tape.

C.

SPEED

…………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6 hours or less 1 to 5 minutes after 6 hours 6 to 10 minutes after 6 hours 11 to 15 minutes after 6 hours 16 minutes or more

. . . . .

20% 15% 10% 5% 1%

20 %


D.

MEASUREMENTS ……………………………………………………………………………………………

20%

(Note: Measurements must be from center to center with tolerance of +/- 3mm.) From Point 1. Ceiling line to Meter base 2. Meter base to Panel board 3. Panel board to Condulet LL 4. Panel Board to Condulet LR 5. Condulet LL to JB1 6. Condulet LR to SQB 7. JB1 to Magnetic Contactor 8. JB1 to twistlock outlet 9. SQB to SW 10. SQB to ceiling line 11. Ceiling line to LO1 12. Ceiling line to LO2 13. Ceiling line to LO3 14. Ceiling line to SQB 15. Ceiling line to JB2 16. LO2 to LO3 17. SQB to JB2 18. SQB2 to JB2 19. JB2 to CO 20. CO to ACU outlet

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 20%

TOTAL =

100%


CONTEST AREA

:

SCORING RUBRICS ARTS & TRADES (BUILDING WIRING INSTALLATION)

SKILLS CONTEST

:

COMMISSIONING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

TIME ALLOTMENT

:

6 Hours

CRITERIA A. Functionality 9 Switching all breakers 1 CO1, have power 2 ACU outlet have power 3 Switching on S1, bulb A function 4 Switching on S2, bulb B function 5 Switching on S3, bulb C function 6 Switching on Magnetic control, twist-lock outlet function

1 2 3 4 5

1 30%

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

B. Workmanship Allowance of wire from junction boxes must not be less than 150mm not more than 160mm** Wire loop to screws must have to follow the tightening direction Skinned wire to joint shall be from 25 to 50mm Rat tail joint shall be used in boxes Minimum of 2 screws per boxes except Meter base and Panel board

CONTESTANT

%

30% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3%

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16


CRITERIA 6

Fastening of flexible non-metallic conduit, minimum of 1piece Strap for 12� length Lock nuts shall be provided for each adopter

3%

8

Current ratings of breaker for each branches (30amp. for Main only/20amp. for CO/ 20 amp for ACU/20 amp for twist-lock/ 15amp for L.O)

3%

10

Correct size of conductor for C.O./L.O/ Service Entrance Economy of materials and housekeeping ** The wire shall meet at the center of the box and to be measured up to the tip of the joint without of electrical tape.

3%

3% 20%

C. Speed 1

6 hours or less

1 to 5 minutes after 6 hours 6 to 10 minutes after 6 hours 11 to 15 minutes after 6 hours 16 minutes or more (TO BE DECLARED 5 UNFINISHED) D. MEASUREMENTS (Note: Measurements must be from center to center with tolerance of +/- 3mm.) 2 3 4

1 2 3

Ceiling line to Meter base Meter base to Panel board Panel board to condulet LL

1

3%

7

9

CONTESTANT

%

20% 15% 10% 5% 0%

20% 1% 1% 1%

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16


CRITERIA 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

%

Panel board to condulet LR Condulet LL to JB1 Condulet LR to SQB1 JB to Magnetic Contactor Twist-lock outlet to the side of wiring board SQB1 to SW SQB1 to SQB2 SQB2 to CO CO to ACU Outlet Ceiling line to LO1 Ceiling line to LO2 Ceiling line to LO3 Ceiling line to SQB1 Ceiling line to SQB2 LO1 to LO2 LO2 to LO3 JB to ceiling GRAND TOTAL

CONTESTANT 1

2

3

4

5

6

1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1%

OVER ALL RANK

___________________________________________ Signature over printed name JUDGE

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

:

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

ARTS & TRADES - ELECTRONICS :

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

REGULATED POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY (3A)

:

1. Time allotment is 3 hours. 2. Schematic diagram and3 sets of pre-fabricated printed circuit board will be prepared by a. the committee and only one will be selected for the contest through raffle system b. in the Division, Region and National level. 3. The Contestant will analyze the circuit through the schematic diagram to determine the a. location of the components in the PCB. 4. Once the location of the components in the PCB has been identified, the components can a. be placed and soldered to the PCB. 5. The rest of the components can now be connected to the PCB to complete the circuit. 6. Mount the power supply circuit to an enclosure for the final phase of the contest. 7. Contestants shall be given numbers and tables to work with their regulated power. 8. Tools, materials and equipment shall be provided by the contestant.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Tools & Equipments

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Long nose pliers Diagonal cutter Soldering iron with stand Desoldering tool Table lamp (optional) Volt-Ohm-Mill ammeter (Multi tester)

Organizer/s 3 sets of PCB ( Printed Circuit Board)


RESISTORS: All resistors are ½ watt 15% tolerance Materials

unless otherwise specified R1 1.2 kilo ohms R2 0.47 kilo ohms, 5 watts R3 1 ohm, 5 watts R4 68 ohms R5 5.6 kilo ohms R6 120 ohms VR1 5 kilo ohms, linear potentiometer CAPACITORS C1 4700 microfarad, 50 volts C2-C3 100 microfarad, 35 volts SEMICONDUCTORS DIODES D1-D4 1N5402 D5 1N4001 LED Jumbo Type Red TRANSISTORS Q1 MJ2955 (PNP) INTEGRATED CICUIT IC1 LM317 or JRC 317

TRANSFORMER POWER TRANSFORMER 0-220 volts Primary 0-18 volts Secondary or 9-0-9 Secondary OTHER MATERIALS Heat sink for MJ2955 and LM 317 AC Line cord with plug Toggle switch, SPST Neon Lamp Eyelet (10 pcs) One pair banana socket Rubber grommet ¼” inside diameter Bolts and nuts ½” x 1/8” (12 pcs) Hook-up wire, #18 stranded, assorted color Tin lead solder 60/40

V.

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA A. B. C. D.

RATING

Workmanship (Accuracy, Functionality) Quality Speed Work Habit Total =

40% 40% 10% 10% 100%


RATING SCALE A.

WORKMANSHIP (ACCURACY, FUNCTIONALITY) ………………………………………… Voltage output ranges from 1.2 VDC to at least 18 VDC Minimum voltage output is not attained but a maximum of at least 18 VDC is available Minimum voltage output is attained but the maximum voltage of at least 18 VDC is not Voltage output does not conform with the output range of 1.2 VDC but varying An output voltage that is not varying No DC output voltage

B.

40 % 40 30 30

20 10 0

QUALITY ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1. Soldering (enough distribution of lead, silvery and shiny and terminals Were covered with soldered) - all components were soldered according to the criteria 10 - 1 to 2 components were not properly soldered 8 - 3 to 4 components were not properly soldered 6 - 5 to 6 components were not properly soldered 4 - more than 6 components were not properly soldered 2 2. Arrangement of the components (arrangements are in conformity with rules on PCB designing regarding placement of component) - all components were mounted according to rules and regulations - 1 to 2 components were mounted not according to rules and regulations - 3 to 4 components were mounted not according to rules and regulations - 5 to 6 components were mounted not according to rules and regulations - more than 6 components were mounted not according to rules and regulations

10 10 8 6 4 2

3. Distance of the components from the board (allowable distance is 2 mm) - all components were mounted in accordance with the provision 10 - 1 to 2 components were mounted not in accordance with The Provision 8 - 3 to 4 components were mounted not in accordance with The Provision 6 - 5 to 6 components were mounted not in accordance with The provision 4 - more than 6 components were mounted not in accordance with the provisioning to 2 4. Arrangement of wires (wires are grouped according to size and grouped together an run smoothly along the enclosure) - all wires were arranged according to the provision - more than 50% of the wires did not follow the wiring

10

10

10 10

40 %


Provision - No proper arrangement of wires is evident

C.

6 2

SPEED …………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ƒ Finished the task within in the allotted time ƒ Finished the task 1 to 10 minutes after the allotted time ƒ Finished beyond 10 minutes after the allotted time

D.

10 %

10 7 5

WORK HABIT …………………………………………………………………………………………..

10 %

Proper use of tools and safety practices are observed in the work area 1. Observe safety practices at all times

10

2. Two or more safety practices not observed

7

TOTAL =

100%


ELECTRONICS

REGULAR POWER SUPPLY

S1

T1 O

R2 O

D1

D2

Q1

R1

R4 R3

C1 D5 D3

D4

IC1

LED R5

18V

R6

C2

C3 VR1

220


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

:

ARTS & TRADES - ELECTRONICS

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

:

TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIRING OF COLOR TELEVISION

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6.

:

The time allotment is 3 hours. Only one contestant is needed in the contest. The contestant shall provide a functional Sharp 14V-W150M with schematic diagram to be submitted a day before the contest. A uniform trouble shall be injected in the unit by a Technician to be selected by the Host Region. All tools, equipment and other materials shall be provided by the contestant except the electronic components to be replaced (if there is any) which shall be provided by the contest administrator. The Contestant should provide mirror to be used for the repair.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Tools

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

set pc Pc pc pc pc pc pc

Screw drivers long nose pliers Diagonal cutter soldering iron, 30 watts with stand desoldering tool soldering iron stand with sponge Extension cord desk type trouble lamp

Organizer/s


Equipment

Materials

V.

Sharp 14V-W150M Volt Ohm Meter (VOM)

1.

1

unit

2.

1

unit

1.

2 meters soldering lead 60/40

2.

1 pc

clean rag

JUDGING / EVALUATION : CRITERIA A. B. C. D.

RATING

Workmanship Proper use of Tools and Equipments Safety Speed Total =

50% 30% 10% 10% 100%

RATING SCALE A.

WORKMANSHIP …………………………………………………………………………………………… a. Faulty components have been identified, removed and repaired. Components are mounted and soldered in the PCB without damaging the printed circuit board and other components b.

c.

B.

50

Faulty components have been identified, removed and replaced but not properly mounted and soldered in the PCB

35

Faulty components have been identified, removed and replaced but trouble have not been corrected

10

PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTS …………………………………………………. a. Tools and equipment are used properly at all times

50 %

30 %

30

b. Tools and equipment are used properly but not at all times c. Tools and equipment are not used properly at all times

C.

20 5

SAFETY ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….

10 %


a. Observed safety practices at all times b. Observed safety practice but not all times

D.

10 7

SPEED ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ƒ

Finished the job order within in the allotted time.

ƒ

Finished the task within 5 minutes after the allotted time.

7

ƒ

6-10 minutes after the allotted time.

5

ƒ

Beyond 10 minutes after the allotted time But not to exceed 15 mins

10 %

10

3

TOTAL =

100%


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

:

ARTS & TRADES - FURNITURE & CABINET MAKING :

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

CONSTRUCTION OF CENTER TABLE

:

1. Time allotment is 6 hours 2. The contest is good for one contestant only and open to 2nd to 4th year level duly certified by the school principal, division and regional coordinator 3. The working drawing of the contest piece center table will be based from the FCM NC test package which will be given before the start of the contest. 4. Bench woodworking tools shall be used in the competition. Use of power tools is allowed. 5. Proper joints will be applied and glued. 6. Contestant must bring their own tools. 7. The contestant must raise one hand after finishing the project then fix his work area and tools. 8. The contestant should be ready to defend how he/she accomplished the project when asked by the judges. 9. During the actual contest, judges/coaches maintain 3 meters away from the contest area.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Tools

Organizer/s

1. Pull-push/zigzag rule

1. Top Board 20x600x800mm

2. Cross-cut saw

2. Legs 45x45x420 mm

3. Smooth plane

3. 2 pieces rails 20x60x500

4. Claw hammer

4. 2 pieces rails 20x60x700

5. Try square

5.

2 pieces mouldings 10x20x850

6 Chisel(assorted sizes) 7. Nail set Equipment

Materials

1. Portable planer 2. Portable sander 1. 2. 3. 4.

finishing nails wood glue sand paper working bench


V.

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA A. B. C. D. E.

: RATING

Workmanship Proper use of tools, materials and Equipments Safety Speed Communications (Ability to defend work)

60% 15% 10% 10% 5% 100%

Total =

RATING SCALE A.

WORKMANSHIP ……………………………………………………………………………………… 1. Accuracy 1.1 All measurement was accurate within 1mm tolerance 1.2 Most measurement were accurate within 2mm tolerance 1.3 Measurement with some errors within 3mm tolerance 1.4 Inaccurate measurement within 4mm or more tolerance 2. Stability Quality . 2.1 All joints were snugly fitted 2.2. Some joints were well fitted 2.3 Some joints were slightly loose 2.4 Most joints were loosely fitted 3. Surface Preparation . 3.1 All surfaces were sanded 3.2. 80% of the surfaces were sanded 3.3 50% of the surfaces were sanded 3.4 25% of the surfaces were sanded

B.

20%

20% 20% 18% 14% 10% 20% 20% 18% 14% 10%

PROPER USE OF TOOLS, MATERIALS & EQUIPMENTS …………………………… 1. a. Was able to economically use all of the materials b. Appropriate tools/equipment was used at all times properly 2. a. Did not use not of the materials economically b. Appropriate tools/equipment was used most of the time 3. a. Was able to economically use some of the materials b. Appropriate tools/equipment was properly used some times 4. a. Most materials go to waste b. Inappropriate tools/equipment was used at all times

C.

. 20% 18% 14% 10%

15 %

.

15%

.

12%

.

10%

.

6%

SAFETY …………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Observes safety practices and work habits at al times while performing the processes of making the project Recognizes safety practices and work habits at times while performing the processes of making the project Observes the safety measures and safety habit at all times while performing the processes of making the project Does not observes safety practices and work habits at times while performing the processes making the project

60 %

.

10%

.

7%

.

4%

.

0%

10 %


D.

SPEED …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1. 2. 3. 4.

E.

Finished the project 15 mins before the given time Finished the project 10mins before the given time Finished the project within time limit No attempt to finish the project on time

. . . .

10 %

10% 7% 4% 0%

COMMUNICATION SKILLS (ABILITY TO DEFEND WORK) …………………………. 1.

2.

3.

4.

Able to clearly explain with confidence all the following: a) process b) Function - tools - materials - equipment c) cost of production d) employability e) business opportunity Able to clearly explain with confidence only four (4) of the following: a) process b) Function - tools - materials - equipment c) cost of production d) employability e) business opportunity Able to clearly explain with confidence only three (3) of the following: a) process b) Function - tools - materials - equipment c) cost of production d) employability e) business opportunity Able to clearly explain with confidence only two (2) of the following: a) process b) Function - tools - materials - equipment c) cost of production d) employability e) business opportunity

.

5%

.

4%

.

3%

.

5%

2%

TOTAL =

100%


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: ARTS & TRADES - PLUMBING

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: COLD WATER LINE (SINGLE PLUMBING UNIT)

III. RESOURCE

: Contestant/s 1. 1 set pipe wrench 2. 1 pc monkey wrench 3. 1 pc pipe cutter 4. 1 pc hack saw 5. 1 pc pipe vise

Tools

6. 1 pc pencil 7. 1 set stock and die ½” diameter 8. 1 pc pipe reamer 9. 1 pc steel brush 10. 1 pc adjustable wrench 11. 1 pc oiler 12. 1 pc G.I. pipe s40 ½” diameter 13. 2 pcs G.I. coupling ½” diameter 14. 1 pc G.I. tee ½” diameter

Equipment

15. 3 pcs G.I. elbow 90 x ½” diameter 16. 2 pcs G.I. plug ½” diameter 17. 1 pc G.I. street elbow ½” diameter 18. 1 pc faucet

Organizer/s


19. 1 pc union patente, 1/2” diameter 20. 1 pc gate valve ½” diameter 21. 1 pc shower valve 22. 1 pc shower head 23. 5 rolls Teflon tape 24. 4 pcs 2”x2”x8’ 25. 2 pcs 2”x4”x8’ 26. 1 set glove 27. 1 set safety shoes (optional) 28. working clothes

IV. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Time allotment is 4 hours. 2. This contest requires one (1) contestant only. 3. Wearing of appropriate P.P.E. is required. 4.

The contestant must follow the schematic diagram provided for the contest.

5. The contestant and the coaches will be given a time to inspect the schematic diagram including materials needed for the contest. 6. The materials including wood stand will be provided by the organizers. 7. The contest shall start from marking up to final setting of the project to the wood stand.

V.

JUDGING/EVALUATION CRITERIA A. WORKMANSHIP 1. Accuracy of measurement ( +1mm max. tolerance)

¾ + 1mm 2 ¾ 2mm 1 ¾ beyond 2mm .5 a. coupling to gate valve b. gate valve to union c. union to tee d. tee to elbow e. tee to tee f. tee to elbow g. tee to street elbow

RATING 70% 20%


h. finish floor line to faucet i. faucet to shower valve j. shower valve to shower head

2. Neatness of Joints ¾ neat ¾ rough

10%

1 .5

a. coupling to gate valve b. gate valve to union c. union to tee d. tee to elbow e. tee to tee f. tee to elbow g. tee to street elbow h. finish floor line to faucet i. faucet to shower valve j. shower valve to shower head 3. Firmness of Connection ¾ tight 2 ¾ loose 1 ¾ leaky .5 a. coupling to gate valve b. gate valve to union c. union to tee d. tee to elbow e. tee to tee f. tee to street elbow g. finish floor line to faucet h. shower valve to shower head

20%

i. shower valve to shower head

4. Alignment a. horizontalness: ¾ (+ 3 mm) ¾ (4-6 mm) ¾ (beyond 6 mm) b. verticality: ¾ (+ 3 mm) ¾ (4-6 mm) ¾ (beyond 6 mm) 5. Functionality ¾ without leak ¾ with leak a. gate valve b. union patente c. faucet d. shower valve e. shower head

10%

5 3 1 5 3 1 10%

2 1


10% 10%

B. PROPER USE AND PROPER UTILIZATION OF MATERIALS a. Appropriate tools, materials and P.P.E. were used at all times

b. Appropriate tools, materials and P.P.E. were used most of the time c. inappropriate tools, materials were used at all times

8% 5%

C. SAFETY PRACTICES AND WORK HABITS a. performed occupational health and safety at all times while performing the job b. performed OHS at time while performing the job c. did not perform OHS while performing the job B. Speed

10% 10% 8% 5% 10%

ƒ ƒ

Finished the task within in the allotted time 10 Finished the task within 5 minutes after 7 the allotted time ƒ 6-10 minutes after the allotted time 5 ƒ Beyond 10 minutes after the allotted time 3 NOTE: In case of tie, use speed (i.e. hours, minutes) to break the tie and the Contest Secretary will note the time. TOTAL

100%


SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (SINGLE PLUMBING UNIT)

66 cm

66 cm c.o WALLING 4” CHB WALL

LAV FD VTR

1.80CM

W.C.

90CM 60CM

WATER SUPPLY

C.O

DRAINAGE LINE

Note: • • •

Contest is concentrated on water supply line All measurement should be in center to center measurement Measurement from the floor line to the center of fittings for faucet, shower valve and shower head.


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

:

ARTS & TRADES - COSMETOLOGY

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

:

FACIAL MAKE-OVER FOR FEMALE YOUNG PROFESSIONAL

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

:

1. Time allotment is two (2) hours. 2. There will be one (1) contestant for this competition. 3. The make-over should be for office day wear. 4. The host shall provide ladies (more than the number of contestants) to serve as model for each contestant chosen through drawing of lots. 5. The model shall be in appropriate corporate attire. 6. Management shall provide same brand and two shades of foundation, eye make-up, and three lipsticks for all the contestants. 7. The contestants shall provide all the tools and other materials to be used for the competition. 8. Management shall provide the contest venue which is a parlor/salon with a enough parlor chairs, mirrors, racks, sink with water.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Tools

Equipment

Materials

• • • •

headband shoulder cape smock gown make-up tools

• • •

Make-up chair Table with mirror Sink with water line

• • • • • • • • •

Cotton Tissue paper Sponge Cleansing crème Toner Moisturizer (optional) Blush on Eyebrow pencils Eye liner

Organizer/s • •

Foundation Eye shadow

Lipsticks/gloss


V.

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA A. B. C. D.

RATING

Workmanship General Appearance Application Speed Total =

30% 35% 25% 10% 100%

RATING SCALE A.

WORKMANSHIP ……………………………………………………………………………………… Performed all the competencies in applying facial make-over 1. BEFORE: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- prepared the model - used the proper attire/protective devices (shoulder, cape, tissue, headband, smock gown) - observed safety precautions 2. DURING: --------------------------------------------------------------------- convenience of the model - posture of contestant - position of model and contestant 3. AFTER: -------------------------------------------------------------------------- final retouch - neatness in the workplace

B.

10% 4 3 3 10% 4 3 3 10% 5 5

GENERAL APPEARANCE …………………………………………………………………………….. (Minus 1 point for every flaw) 1. Correct application of pre-make procedure (cleaning, consultation, etc.) 2. Use of correct shades and proper blending of the foundation, blush on & powder. 3. Accurate and neat use of eye shadow, mascara, eyebrow pencil, eyeliner & lip color. 4. Make-up was used to emphasize the good and beautiful features of the model’s face. 5. Make-up was used to lessen emphasis on the imperfect parts of the model’s face. 6. Appropriateness of the make-up with the model’s look, features & personality.

C.

30 %

5 5 5 5 5 10

APPLICATION …………………………………………………………………………………………… 1. Proper use and handling the correct tools all the time. 2. Used inappropriate tools 1 to 3 times 3. Used inappropriate tools 4 times and more

35 %

25 20 15

25 %


D.

SPEED ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1. Finished within the allotted time. 2. Finished beyond the allotted time by 5 mins. 3. Finished beyond the allotted time by more than 5 mins.

10 %

10 7 5

TOTAL =

100%


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: ARTS AND TRADES - COSMETOLOGY

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: HAIR COLORING AND STYLING

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

:

1. 2. 3. 4.

Time allotment is 2 hours. There will be one (1) contestant for this competition The hair coloring is for fashion and not for covering gray hair. One shade and brand of hair color will be used by the contestant which will be provided by the management for uniformity 5. Management will also provide the contest venue which is the parlor with enough chairs, mirrors, tables or racks and shampoo chairs with sink and water line. 6. The maximum hair length of the client should not be beyond waist length. 7. Contestant will provide the other resources except for the hair color. 8. The host region shall provide ladies (more than the number of contestants) who shall serve as models/clients. 9. All models should be in corporate attire. 10. The contest will not include hair cutting 11. The contest will start from the washing to coloring, shampooing, drying and styling.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Tools

Equipment

Materials

Shoulder cape/drape Gown Protective Gloves Applicator Mixing bowl Clips Plastic Head Cap Hair Brush Tinting brush and comb Towel (shoulder) Towel for drying hair Shampoo Chair and sink with water source Hair Blower Heating Cap Tissue paper Cotton Shampoo Conditioner

Organizer/s

Parlor

Hair color


V.

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA

: RATING

A. Workmanship B. General Appearance C. Speed

60% 30% 10% 100%

Total =

RATING SCALE A.

WORKMANSHIP ……………………………………………………………………………….

60 %

Performed all the competencies in applying hair color 1. Preliminary Steps -------------------------------------------------------------------------15% • Prepared the client • Used the proper attire and protect clothing with a towel and tint cape. 2. Actual Procedure: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 35% (minus 1 point for every flaw) • Section hair into 4 quarters 5 • Starting from the back of the head (nape), apply mixture by section 10 By making sure all targeted hair strands are coated from rocks (Starting near the scalp) and gently working colors through ends. • Leave color mixture to develop for 20-30 minutes • Rinse, then shampoo, then rinse again with water until water is clear • Towel blot hair and style.

10 5 5

3. Safety:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10% • Always wear protective gloves 5 • Consideration towards other’s safety 5

B.

GENERAL APPEARANCE ………………………………………………………………….. (minus 1 point for every flaw) • Evenness of colors • Appropriate hair tint with the client’s skin • The hair color and style have improved the look and personality of the client

C.

10 10 10

SPEED ……………………………………………………………………………………………… • • •

Finished within the allotted time Finished 1-10 minutes after the allotted time Finished 11 minutes and beyond the allotted time

30 %

10 %

10% 7% 5%

TOTAL = 100%


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: ARTS AND TRADES – FOOD TRADES

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: CHICKEN GALANTINA

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS : 1. Time allotment is 3 hours. 2. The contest shall be performed by one (1) contestant only. 3. The contestant shall provide the recipe and have it displayed in front of the working table. 4. Assemble all ingredients, tools and equipments in 10 minutes. 5. Upon the judge’s signal, the contestant shall be given the time to start and end the contest. 6. Plate and present the finished product with no backdrop. 7. Tools and ingredients shall be provided by the contestant. 8. Stove/Oven and working table shall be provided by the host school. 9. Work area shall be cleaned before leaving. VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s Knives

Tools

Chopping board Measuring cups and spoons pans bowls trussing materials

Organizer/s


Plates (individual plating service) Cooking outfit

Equipment

Chicken Materials

Stuffing Seasonings Marinade/s Garnishing

V.

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA

RATING

A. Removed bones without tearing chicken skin B. Boned chicken within allotted time

40% 20%

C. Handled and used kitchen tools properly D. Safety Precautions E. Plated the product creatively and appealing

10% 10% 20% 100%

Total =

RATING SCALE A.

B.

C.

REMOVED BONES W/O TEARING CHICKEN SKIN…………………………………… a.

perfected boning without a tear on the skin

40

b.

boned the chicken with 2 to 4 tear on the skin

20

c.

boned the chicken with more than 5 tear on the skin

10

BONED CHICKEN WITHIN ALLOTTED TIME………………………………………….. a. within time allotment

20

b. 20 minutes passed time allotment

10

c. 30 and beyond the time allotment

5

HANDLED AND USED KITCHEN TOOLS PROPERLY………………………………….

40 %

20 %

10 %


D.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................................

10 %

E.

PLATED THE PRODUCT CREATIVELY AND APPEALING…………………………..

20 %

A. TEXTURE

5%

B. TASTE

5%

C. SAUCE

5%

D. GARNISH

5% TOTAL =

100%


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: ARTS & TRADES (GARMENTS)

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: DRAFTING AND SEWING OF LADY’S BLOUSE

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

:

1. Time allotment is 4 hours. 2. The Contest should be performed by only one contestant. 3. All measurements should be done in inches. 4. For uniformity of measurement, only one model will be provided by the host region for all the contestants. 5. Basic Foundation Pattern should be drafted first before styling the pattern of the blouse. 6. The thread should match with the color of the fabric. 7. Sewing machine must be properly checked by the contestant and the coach before the contest. 8. Each sewing machine will be numbered after the checking to be drawn by lots.

VI. RESOURCES

: Contestant/s

Materials

Organizer/s 1. Plain cloth of the same kind and color 2. Thread 3. Buttons ( 5 buttons)


Tools

1. Tape Measure 2. Marking / Cutting 3. Drafting and sewing tools

Equipment

1. Sewing machine (motorized) 2. Flat iron, extension cord 3. Ironing board

RATING SCALE A. WORKMANSHIP………………………………………………………………………………………………… A.1 Taking Body Measurement

70 % 10 %

1. Correct measurement finished In the less that 3 minutes

10%

2. Correct measurement finished Within 5 minutes

7%

3. Correct measurement finished Within 7 minutes

4%

4. Measurement finished after 7 minutes A.2 Pattern Development

1%

15%

1. Pattern were correctly and properly Drafted and interpreted

15%

2. Some of the pattern are correct and Properly drafted and interpreted

10%

3. Most of the pattern is not correctly And properly drafted and interpreted

7%

4. All of the pattern are not correct and Properly drafted and interpreted 3% A.3 Lay – outing, marking and cutting of fabric

15%

1. Pattern lay-out, marking and cutting are Observed properly

15%

2. Some of the pattern are lay-out, marking And cut properly

10%

3. Most of the Pattern and lay-out, mark And cut properly

7%

4. Pattern lay-out, marking and cutting Are not exactly done. 3% A.4 Sewing

20%

1. Parts are properly sewed

20%

2. Some of the parts are properly sewed

15%

3. Most of the parts are not properly sewed


4. All of the parts are not properly sewed

10% 5%

A.5 Fitting of the Finished Product

10%

1. Well fitted garments

10%

2. Some of the parts are fitted accurately

7%

3. Most of the parts are not

5%

4. All parts are not accurately fit 3%

B. PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND MATERIALS………………………………………………………….

15 %

1. Materials

10%

2. Safety

5%

C. SPEED ………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………….

10 %

1. Finished before the allotted time

10%

2. Finished within the allotted time

8%

3. Finished after the allotted time

5%

4. Finished after the allotted time (within 9 min) 3% 5. Finished after the allotted time (beyond 10 min) 1%

D. COMMUNICATION SKILLS .................................................................................

5%

Effectively communicated with the client & with the judge 100% Proficiency 85% Proficiency

5% 3%

75% Proficiency 2%

TOTAL = 100%


STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: FISHERY – FISH CULTURE

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: FISH FEED FORMULATION IN MASH FORM

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

:

1. One contestant is needed in the contest. 2. Contestant must have the necessary equipment, tools, materials, supplies and ingredients. 3. All resources needed during the contest proper should be set properly following the specific area assigned by the Contest Administrator. 4. Contestant should prepare and display on their working area the formula and proximate analysis of their work output 5. Contestant must be in the contest area 10 minutes before the contest proper for final briefings and instruction 6. After the contest briefing the contestant should report to their respective table assigned. 7. The contestants shall start simultaneously upon the signal of the judges. 8. The contestant shall inform the Judges when they are finished. 9. Working table shall be provided by the Management 10. Duration of the contest shall be 1 hour.

VI. RESOURCES Tools

Equipment

Materials

V.

: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Contestant/s sieve no. 40 tray plastic container measuring cups/spoon calculator

1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

weighing scale mixers/blendeR Pencil, coupon bond, eraser Proximate analysis sheet, labels fish meal rice bran wheat flour soybean meal

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA

Organizer/s

RATING

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A. Workmanship

50%

B. C. D. E.

15% 15% 10% 10% 100%

Proper use of tools and materials Communications Skills Safety practises and work habits Speed Total =

RATING SCALE A.

WORKMANSHIP ………………………………………………………………………………………… (1) Computation a. b. c. d.

Computation on feed formulation with 100% accuracy Computation on feed formulation with 90% accuracy Computation on feed formulation with 75% accuracy Computation on feed formulation with 50% accuracy

75 %

25% 25% 20% 15% 10%

(2) Weighing e. All measurements on the feed formulation followed 25% f. Most measurements on the feed formulation followed 20% g. Some measurements on the feed formulation followed 15% h. None of the measurements on the feed formulation followed 10%

B.

PROPER USE OF TOOLS AND MATERIALS …………………………………………………… a. b. c. d.

C.

Appropriate tools and materials were used properly at all times 15% Appropriate tools and materials were used properly most of the time10% Appropriate tools and materials were used properly sometimes 5% Inappropriate tools and materials were used at all times 3%

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND WORK HABITS ………………………………………….……… a. All safety practices and work habits observed b. Some safety practices and work habits observed c. No safety practices and work habits observed

D.

D.

Clearly explained what the contestant has done Partly explained what the contestant has done Could hardly explain what the contestant has done

Finished the task on or before the allotted time Finished the task within 5 minutes after the allotted time Finished the task within 6-10 minutes after the allotted time

5%

10% 7% 5%

SPEED / TIME …………………………………………………………………………… a. b. c.

15 %

15% 10% 7%

COMMUNICATION SKILLS …………………………………………………………………………… a. b. c.

15 %

10% 10% 8% 5% 2


d.

Finished the task 10 minutes beyond after the allotted time

3%

TOTAL = 100%

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STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIONS

Technical – Vocational Category JOB ORDER I.

CONTEST AREA

: FISHERY TECHNOLOGY- FISH PROCESSING

II.

SKILLS CONTEST

: SMOKED DEBONED BANGUS

III. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

VI. RESOURCES

:

Time allotment is 2 hours. Coach/trainer together with the participant should have an ocular inspection of the contest venue. Coach/trainer and participant should report to the venue 15 minutes before the start of the contest for final briefing/instructions by the Contest Administrator. Contestant will submit a copy of the recipe to the judges in a 5”x 8” index card. Contestant should wear a cooking outfit. Each contestant shall be provided with one working table by the management. The contest shall start at a given signal. Upon completion, the contestant shall display the finished product in a designated table for evaluation. Contestant should leave the contest area clean.

: Contestant/s

Tools

Organizer/s

1. knife 2. chopping board 3. measuring cup 4. glass measuring cup 5. colander 6. utility tray 7. pail and dipper 8. skillet or casserole 9. smokehouse 10. gas stove – to be provided by the management 11. forcep 12. basin 13. plate, spoon and fork 14. drying tray/smoking tray 15. weighing scale 16. salinometer 17. graduated cylinder and beaker

1


18. ladle/turner 19. plastic for packaging

Equipment

1. 2.

Materials

3. 4. 5. 6.

V.

salt wooden sawdust, sugarcane, bagasse or any suitable smoke producing product charcoal match newspaper or any suitable kindling materials lettuce, salted egg, tomatoes, spring oinion

7.

bangus – 1 pc approximately 350 - 400 grams to be provided by the management (to be provided by the Management)

JUDGING / EVALUATION CRITERIA A. General Appearance B. Safety and Work Habits C. Proper use of Tools, Equipment and Materials D. Speed E. Communication Skills

RATING 50% 20% 10% 10% 10% 100%

Total =

RATING SCALE A.

GENERAL APPEARANCE ………………………………………………………………………… a. Workmanship • • •

0-2 bones/spines left 3-5 bones/spines left 6 or more bones/spines left

20 % 20% 15% 10%

b. Palatability • • •

Juicy/Excellent taste Moderately juicy/very good taste Slightly juicy/Good taste

20 % 10% 8% 5%

c. Color • • •

10 % Golden brown Brown Dark Brown

10% 8% 5%

c. Presentation and Packaging of Finished Product •

50 %

10 %

Materials and packaging style Is appropriate and attractive 10%

2


• •

B.

SAFETY AND WORK HABITS ………………………………………………………………. a. b. c.

C.

c.

20% 10%

Observed proper use of tools, equipment and materials all the time At one or two instances, improper use of tools, equipment and materials observed At three or more instances, improper use of tools, equipment and materials observed

Finished the task on or before the allotted time Finished the task within 5 minutes After the allotted time Finished the task within 6-15 minutes after the allotted time Finished the task after 15 minutes beyond the allotted time

Articulate in responding to question Moderately articulate in responding to question Cannot articulate in responding to question

20 %

10% 7% 4%

10 %

10% 7% 5% 3%

COMMUNICATION SKILLS ….………………………………………………………………… a. b. c.

10 %

25%

SPEED …….................................................................................................... a. b. c. d.

E.

Tools and materials are systematically organized all the times At one to two instances, tools and materials observed not systematically organized Three or more instances, tools and materials observed not systematically organized

PROPER USE OF MATERIALS, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT ………………………………. a. b.

D.

Utilized appropriate materials & Packaging process/style but not attractive 8% Utilized inappropriate materials and packaging process/style 5%

5%

5% 3% 1%

TOTAL = 100%

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STEP- SDC Contest Package for S.Y. 2011-2012