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HOW TO USE THE e-TOS TEMPLATE :

Column 1 Encode the specific objectives based on the DLL covered for the grading period.
Column 2 Determine the actual number of days each objective had been taught.
Column 3 The number of item per objective is computed automatically. To change it to the desired total number of test items,
just set it on the formula bar for this column.
Columns 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19 Prorating is done by the teacher for the number of item under each level of question based on the number of items computed
and altogether tally with the number of item computed for each objective. 50% goes to Remembering, Understanding, Applying and
50% goes to Analyzing, Evaluating, Creating. Test item allotment is left to the sound judgment of the teacher so that each
cognitive process dimension is properly represented.
Columns 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20 The weight of each item is manually computed by using the total number of items as divisor X 100
Columns 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 Indicate the number based on its location on the test paper. The IP must correspond with the given number of test item
per objective.
Columns 22, 23 The total number of items and total weight per objective are in place automatically.
Total number of items Should jive with the computed number of items.
Total In all cases should be 100% as summation of weight.

NOTE: This template shall be in effect for this school year and every school year thereafter unless otherwise rescinded by another template coming from higher office (s).

PREPARED BY:

BENNY O. TAGUBA, PhD


Schools District Supervisor
TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS
SY 2019 - 2020
Learning Area/Grade Level: SCIENCE 4 Rating Period: FIRST RATING
ADAPTED COGNITIVE PROCESS DIMENSIONS (DepEd Order 08, s. 2
No. Rememberin Understandi
No. Applying Analyzing Evaluating
of g ng (Paglalapat (Paghahalag
Objectives of
Item (Pag-alala) (Pag-unawa) )
(Pagsusuri)
a)
Days
s
% IP % IP % IP % IP % IP
1
1. Classify materials based on
the ability to absorb water. 5 6 15.00% 1-6
S4MT-Ia-1
2. Identify the effect of decaying 7,16,
materials on one's health and 6 6 12.50% 17, 2.50% 20
safety S4MT-Ib-2 18,19

3. Demonstrate proper disposal 8, 11,12,


of waste according to the
7 7 2.50% 10 15.00%
properties of its materials 13,14,15
S4MT-Ic-d-3
4. Describe the kind of
materials that float and sink 3 1 2.50% 9
S4MT-Ia-1
5. Describe changes in
properties of materials when
22,
exposed to certain conditions 36,37,
17 12 5.00% 21,23 12.50% 32- 12.50%
such as temperature or when 38,39,40
35
mixed with other materials;.
S4MT-Ig-h-6
6. changes in materials that are
28,29,
useful and harmful in ones 10 8 10.00%
30,31
environment S4MT-Ii-j-7

TOTAL 48 40 22.50% 15.00% ### ### ###


LEGEND: # : number of items : weight of the item : item placement

PREPARED BY: CHECKED BY:

LIZIEL G. ILUSTRICIMO RICARDO O. MANGAO


Teacher Master Teacher I
Ed Order 08, s. 2015)
Creating
(Paglikha)

% IP

10.00% 24-27

10.00%

ARDO O. MANGAOIL
Master Teacher I
HOW TO DO THE ODD-EVEN SCHEME OF SCHEDULING SUBJECTS FOR THE ADMINISTRAT
Sample only: Do this:

TIME DAY 1 DAY 2 1. Copy/Write down the learning areas a


7:30 8:00 Morning Rites 2. Number them in logical sequence.
8:00 9:30 ESP English 3. All learning areas marked with odd num
9:30 10:00 Recess Likewise, subjects marked with even nu
10:00 11:30 Araling Panlipunan Mother-Tongue
11:30 1:00 Lunch Break Example:
1:00 2:30 Mathematics Filipino 1
2:30 4:00 Science MAPEH 2
4:00 4:30 Afternoon Rites/Housekeeping 3
4
Signatories: Prepared by the teacher and noted by the school head 5
6
7
8

4. Start the first test at 8 for the morning


5. All teachers must follow time schedule
6. Regular class time resumes after the 2
OR THE ADMINISTRATION OF QUARTERLY EXAMINATIONS

rite down the learning areas as they appear on the Class Program.
them in logical sequence.
ing areas marked with odd numbers shall be tested on the first day of exam.
subjects marked with even numbers shall be tested the second day.

ESP
English
Araling Panlipunan
Mother-Tongue
Mathematics
Filipino
Science
MAPEH

e first test at 8 for the morning session and 1 for the afternoon session.
hers must follow time schedule to achieve test standards.
class time resumes after the 2-day examinations.