STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA: ICT
CONTEST PACKAGE Basic Encoding
Grade V or VI
Number of Participants: 1
PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a. Contest registration of trainers and contestants.
1 hour 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. e. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.
a. Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator (10 minutes)
a. Computer unit/set
E Q U I P M E N T
b. Inspection of contest materials, tools, and equipment.
Provide the skills in basic encoding/ application.
c. other instructions (i.e. coaches)
AFTER 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.
EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Encoder USE TOTAL
ATTACHMENT(S) For the electronic output of the data
Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table
FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges
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.
a. 1 pc. USB
M A T E R I A L S
a. legal bond paper b. blank CD-r
ANALYTIC SCORING RUBRICS FOR COMPUTER LITERACY CRITERIA • A. WORKMANSHIP
• B. SPEED
C. COMMUNICATION SKILLS (3-5 minutes only) 5%
PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 95 90 85 Followed all the given • Followed only 10-13 of • Followed only 6-9 of the directions accurately. the given directions. given directions. Considered the • Followed at considerable • Followed with three (3) standards/ mechanics in extent. With one (1) to to four (4) errors in writing (e.g. correct two (2) errors in grammar grammar, indentions grammars, indentions, and indentions. and capitalizations. capitalization, and italicization) Produced quality output • Produced quality output • Produced quality output in terms of mechanics in in terms of mechanics in in terms of mechanics in writing/ encoding for writing/ encoding with 2 writing/ encoding with 3 following the expected deviations from the deviations from the behaviors in: expected behaviors in: expected behaviors in: ¾ Page set-up ¾ Page set-up ¾ Page set-up ¾ Format ¾ Format ¾ Format ¾ Note ¾ Note ¾ Note ¾ Insert ¾ Insert ¾ Insert ¾ Save ¾ Save ¾ Save Was able to finish the • Was able to finish the • Was able to finish the output 10 minutes output 7 minutes before output 5 minutes before before the allotted time. the allotted time. the allotted time. Able to discuss/explain • Able to discuss/explain • Able to discuss/explain with confidence all of with confidence 4 of the with confidence 3 of the the following: following: following: a. Process a. Process a. Process b. function of tools, b. function of tools, b. function of tools, materials and materials and materials and equipment equipment equipment c. cost of production c. cost of production c. cost of production d. employability d. employability d. employability e. business opportunity e. business opportunity e. business opportunity
80 • Followed only 1-5 of the given directions. • Followed with five (5) to six (6) errors in grammar, indentions and capitalizations. • Produced quality output in terms of mechanics in writing/ encoding with 4 deviations from the expected behaviors in: ¾ Page set-up ¾ Format ¾ Note ¾ Insert ¾ Save • 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