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Activity 3.

Bartolome, Gerald Ryan M.

Educ 123- Assessment of Student Learning 2

Rosal, Billy Joe T.

1:00-2:30 MW/Math Room


AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT

Subject Matter: Constitution


Topic: Human Rights by the Constitution

LEARNING OUTCOME
At the end of the unit, the students should be able to identify and demonstrate through a role play the basic rights
guaranteed by the constitution.

AUTHENTIC TASK
Do a role play depicting the basic rights guaranteed by the constitution.

CRITERIA
1. The students must show circumstances depicting the basic human rights guaranteed by the constitution.
2. The students should be able to demonstrate effectively the different basic rights guaranteed by the constitution.

RUBRIC
Dimension

Understanding
of the Topic
(Information
presented are
accurate and
the scenarios
give justice to
the basic rights)

Weight

40%

Exceptional
10
Factual
information is
accurate

Shows a clear
and concrete
portrayal of the
scenarios
depicting the
basic rights;
timely and
appropriate to
the rights.

Levels of Performance
Admirable
Acceptable
Attempted
8
5
2
Factual
Factual
Information
information
information is is inaccurate
mostly
slightly
accurate
accurate
Shows a good
portrayal of
the scenarios

Shows a fair
portrayal of
the scenarios

Scenarios are
off topic

Mastery and
delivery of the
role play

10%

Demonstrate
insight and
powerfully
enhance role
play.

Demonstrate
thoughtfulness
and
completely
enhance role
play.

Point of View

10%

Expertfully
submersed in
role, through
appropriate
body language,
consistent with
people of time.

Frequently
uses language
appropriate to
role, usually in
character,
consistent
portrayal of
role.

30%

Show
confidence

(Students gives
justice to their
role)

Presentation
(Showmanship
and over-all
impact of the
presentation)

Creativity

10%

Demonstrate
little
awareness
and do
little to
enhance
role play.
Rarely uses
language of
role, does not
actreads
script as self.

Shows some
confidence

Demonstrate
awareness
and
developing
acceptably
enhance role
play.
Sometimes
uses language
appropriate to
role, fair
effort/ goes in
and out of
role/confused
portrayal of
role.
Unsure
responsibility

Informative

Presents some
information

Somewhat
informative

Lacks
information

Entertaining;
engages
audience

Engages
audience

Engages
audience
intermittently

Audience
bored

Speaks loudly
and clearly

Speaks softly
but clearly

Hard to hear

Mumbles

Appropriate use
of body
language

Some use of
appropriate
body language

Use of body
language but
inappropriate

Enthusiastically
uses and
produces props
and ideas which
enhance the role
playing.

There some
props that
gives color to
the execution.

Props are not


appropriate in
the scenes.

Body
language is
lacking;
inappropriate
Did not use
any props.

Portrayal
stalls