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ALS A & E TEST DR. TERESITA D. GUEVARRA E. S. II ALSD Dep. ED-NCR
What is the ALS A & E TEST THE ALS A & E SYSTEM OFFERS LEARNERS THE POSSIBILITY OF CERTIFICATION THROUGH SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE ALS A & E TEST AT TWO LEARNING LEVELS – ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY. THE ALS A & E TEST IN BOTH LEVELS ARE STANDARDIZED PAPER AND PENCIL – BASED TESTS AND USE PREDOMINANTLY MULTIPLE CHOICE BASED QUESTIONS. THE TEST ITEMS ARE BASED ON THE EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES STATED IN THE FIVE LEARNING STRANDS OF THE ALS A & E CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK. THE PASSERS WILL RECEIVE CERTIFICATE SIGNED BY THE SECRETARY OF EDUCATION THAT WILL ENTITLE THEM TO BE ADMITTED TO THE SECONDARY LEVEL AND / OR TO COLLEGE
ALS A&E Assessment and Certification System Provide two levels of certification of learning achievement comparable to formal education l elementary level l secondary level 2
Components of the ALS A&E Certification System The ALS A&E standardized multiple-choice Tests l l An essay Portfolio Assessment (introduced as a pilot in July 2001) 3
Components of the ALS A&E Certification System 1. Multiple-choice Tests - covers competencies drawn from five (5) learning strands - computer-scored - 4 subtests with 160 questions for elementary, 200 for secondary - time-framed (3 hrs. 30 min. elementary and 4 hrs. 15 min. secondary) 4
Components of the ALS A&E Certification System 2. An essay (in Filipino) - assess writing skills - assessed using wholistic scoring by a team of three (3) assessors - based on Minnesota Standard Test of Written Composition 5
Examinees Out-of-school youth and adults who are: F 15 years old and above for SL & 11 years old & above for EL - who are basically literate F Learners who have attended or are attending learning sessions under the ALS A&E System F Qualified individuals who have not enrolled nor attended the ALS A&E learning sessions (walk -in) F Those who took the ALS A&E Test but did not pass 6
Additional Test Qualifiers v children of indigenous communities; v physically disadvantaged; v living in areas of armed conflict; and v are in educational institutions that offer curricula different from basic Education Curriculum [BEC] v not enrolled in June of the current S. Y.
How can a potential test taker avail of the ALS A&E Certification Test? He/She must register at the nearest Test Registration Center bringing along the following requirements: J Most recent photo 1” x 1” Any one of the following documents: J Birth or Baptismal Certificate J Barangay Captain’s Certification J Latest Report Card issued by the school last attended J Marriage Contract J Driver’s License J Voter’s ID Car J Community Tax Certificate J Other authentic documents bearing date of birth J Passport 8
Test Passers must meet minimum requirements: Elementary Level Multiple-choice test l Essay writing test 3 90 in multiple choice test with not less than 2 in essay Secondary Level l Multiple-choice test l Essay writing test 3 95 - 99 in multiple choice test with not less than 3 in essay 3 100 and above in multiple choice test with not less than 2 in essay 9
Where do prospective examinees register? q LOCATION q PEACE and ORDER SITUATION q ACCESSIBLITY Registration/Testing Centers q Public/Private Elementary or High School Don Roces H. S. Commonwealth E/S Q. C. City Jail q Designated by the SDS
How will prospective examinees register? Ø Registration form shall be accomplished by the registrant and should be able also to accomplish successfully the Demographic information Sheet [DIS] as part of the screening procedure.
How will prospective examinees register? uis t r a Ø t s st n portion of the test registration form as this will serve his/her test permit Ø registrant should. NOTBERETAINEDBY THE TRO nor for safekeeping. GIVEN TO THE IM
How will prospective examinees register? Ø Registrants shall be advised to be at the designated Testing Center before 7: 00 a. m. on the day of the test. Ø form registration staff period. Central Office after registration the
Jail as a Testing Center v There are 15 qualified test registrants v Letter of requests from Superintendent v Letter from the Mayor and Jail Warden about Security v Testing rooms have adequate facilities
What are the stages of Test Administration BALS, NETRC and CEM Orientation Regional Orientation Division Orientation Testing Day Retrieval of Test Materials
Who will attend the local orientation for the test administration? • BALS Representative who will serve as the Testing Center Administrator • District ALS Coordinators or classroom teachers Who will serve as examiners or roving proctors.
ALS A & E TEST KIT q Test Question Booklet q Loose-leafcomputer-generated answer sheets q Examiner’s Manual
SUGGESTED TIME ALLOTMENT FOR TEST ADMINISTRATION q. Elementary: 3 hours & 30 min Bahagi I - 40 minutes Bahagi II - 60 minutes Bahagi III - 40 minutes Bahagi IV - 40 minutes Composition Writing: 30 minutes
SUGGESTED TIME ALLOTMENT FOR TEST ADMINISTRATION Secondary: 4 hours & 15 minutes Bahagi I - 45 minutes Part I - 30 minutes Bahagi III Bahagi IV - 60 minutes 45 minutes - 45 minutes Composition Writing: 30 minutes
SUGGESTED TIME ALLOTMENT FOR TEST ADMINISTRATION The time suggested for each subtest or part of the test simply serves as a guide for examinees on how long they should work on a particular These are NOT time limits. test.
SUGGESTED TIME ALLOTMENT FOR TEST ADMINISTRATION • The given time for the entire test (which is 3 hrs 45 min for secondary, 3 hrs for elementary and 30 minutes for composition writing) is a standardized time limit and must be strictly followed. DO NOT EXTEND BEYOND THESE TIME LIMITS.
PANUTO: ANG MGA SUMUSUNOD NA PAHINA AY NAGLALAMAN NG MGA KATANUNGAN. BAWAT TANONG AY MAY APAT NA MAPAGPIPILIANG SAGOT. PILIIN ANG TAMA O ANG PINAKAANGKOP NA SAGOT. ILAGAY ANG SAGOT SA SAGUTANG PAPEL SA PAMAMAGITAN NG PAGIITIM NG BILOG NA SANG-AYON SA TITIK NG SAGOT NA NAPILI. HALIMBAWA: (See to it that the examinees are reading their booklet): 1. SI MIRIAM AY NAGTETENGANG-KAWALI KAPAG INUUTUSAN. ANG KAHULUGAN NG SALITANG MAY SALUNGGUHIT AY (A) NAGBUBULAG-BULAGAN (B) NAGKUKUNWARI (C) NAGBIBINGI-BINGIHAN (D) NAGLULUTO
PANUTO ANG SAGOT SA TANONG NA ITO AY TITIK C NAGBIBIGIBINGIHAN. ANG BILOG SA SAGUTANG PAPEL NA NAKAHANAY SA C AY INITIMAN. 1. A O B O C O D O
PANUTO: KUNG NAG KAMALI KAYO AT GUSTO NINYONG PALITAN ANG INYNG SAGOT, BURAHIN MABUTI ANG NAUNANG SAGOT BAGO ITO PALITAN. (Demonstrate on the board. ) MAGBIBIGAY NAMAN AKO NGAYON NG ISA PANG HALIMBAWA. MAKINIG NG MABUTI:
PANUTO 2. MAY DALAWANGPUNG (20) PIRASONG KENDI ANG TATAY NINA ANA, MAE, PEPE AT SAM. KUNG HAHATIIN NANG PANTAY-PANTAY SA KANILANG APAT ANG MGA KENDI, ILANG PIRASONG KENDI ANG MAKUKUHA NG BAWAT ISA? (A) (B) (C) (D) DALAWA TATLO APAT LIMA ANO ANG SAGOT SA TANONG ? (Pause for the examinees’ answers)
THE ESSAY The essay is a writing task that all learners must complete if they are seeking Certification. Learners must complete an essay to show their writing skills. The essay must be at least two paragraphs long but should not be longer than two pages. Learners must write the essay on the same day as they take the ALS A&E Test. They may write in English or in Filipino.
THE ESSAY Essays are assessed using a criterion- referenced approach and a four – level scoring system. The scoring system is as follows: 4 clearly meets the criteria 3 meets the criteria 2 does not meet the criteria 1 clearly does not meet the criteria You have an important role in preparing learners for the essay task. There are particular writing skills or criteria that learners need to demonstrate in their essay writing.
THE ESSAY Assessors look for the following characteristics: o A clear main idea which is related to the question o Supporting ideas which have a clear, logical relationship to the main idea o Supporting ideas which have enough quality and quantity to the main idea clear o A structure, containing a beginning, middle and end for the each paragraph and for the essay as a whole
THE ESSAY o Accurate spelling, punctuation, capitalization and sentence formation Learners need to be given opportunities during their learning program to develop these writing skills so that they are prepared for the essay task. You can help your learners by providing them with opportunities to develop these specific skills and by providing feedback about the writing learners present.
The Examinee Rating Form
Certificates in both Elementary and Secondary Levels bear the signature of 18
Dela Cruz, Juan M. 28 ng Abril 2001 1 ng Mayo 2001 19
Academic-focused Bridging Program To equip ALS A&E System Secondary level test passers with academic bridging competencies for successful entry and survival in college 94 modules in Higher English, Science, Math and Essential Life Skills 13
NFE A&E LSDS Post-Implementation Support System Graduation/ Completion Ceremony Counseling Referral 12
Options for the NFE A&E Test Passers Enter college/university Enter other nonformal training programs Enter/re-enter the world of work Enter/re-enter elementary or secondary formal school system Learn essential life skills to participate more fully and actively in the political, social, and economic lives in the community 11
Formal agreements with agencies, institutions and organizations 14
Memoranda of Agreement with other educational institutions and organizations that Secondary Level Passers can enroll in post-secondary schools and vocational training programs, college / university courses subject to the usual screening procedures 15
(CSC) Resolution No. 000499 Civil Service Commission Recognizing the ALS A&E Elementary and Secondary Certificates as valid documents for permanent appointment to government positions provided other requirements are met 16
Administrative Order No. 116 Mandates all concerned government agencies and local government units to support the ALS A&E System 17
UNESCO NOMA INTERNATIONAL LITERACY AWARD for Year 2000 was awarded to BNFE, Philippines, for the development and implementation of the ALS A&E System 20
16 th NATIONAL ALS ACCREDITATION and EQUIVALENCY [A &E] TEST 1 st WAVE October 4, 2009 Regions IX, X, XII, XIII and ARMM 2 nd WAVE October 11, 2009 Regions V, VII and VIII 3 rd WAVE October 18, 2009 Regions I, III and CAR 4 th WAVE October 25, 2009 Regions IVCALABARZON, IV – MIMAROPA and NCR
What is the Philippines Education Placement Text [PEPT]? THE PHILIPPINES EDUCATION PLACEMENT TEST [PEPT] IS ADMINISTERED TO SCHOOL DROP OUT, TO MAINSTREAM THEM IN FORMAL ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS. IN-SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO ARE OVER-AGE BY TWO GRADE/YEAR LEVEL MAY ALSO TAKE THE PEPT TO PLACE THEM ACCORDING TO THEIR GRADE OR YEAR LEVELS VIS-À-VIS THEIR AGE.
UNCHARTED PATH RIMALYN SIRIBAN WITH THE PREVALENT RISE OF SCHOOL-LEAVERS ON OUR SIGHT IT TAKES A CONSCIOUS HEART TO SNATCH THEM OUT OF THAT PLIGHT THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN UNDER-PRIVILEGED FROM THE COMFORTS OF LUXURY SOME ARE SENT TO EXCLUSIVE SCHOOLS WHILE OTHERS CAN’T EVEN SURVIVE A DAY
SOME HAVE LOST THEIR DIGNITY SOME DON’T EVEN OWN A THING SOME ARE NEGLECTED AND ABUSED WHILE OTHERS JUST PLAIN WOUNDED THEY’RE HURTING AND CRYING IN SILENCE YOU CAN JUST SEE IT IN THEIR EYES IT TAKES A HEART TO FEEL THE PAIN IT TAKES AN ACTION TO EASE THE PAIN
THE HIDDEN STORIES OF BROKEN LIVES THE SHATTERED DREAMS THAT NO ONE KNOWS THE FALLING TEARS THAT NO ONE SEES THE UNTOLD MISERIES FROM WITHIN ALL THE ASPIRATIONS & DREAMS ALL THE HOPES & DESIRES ALL HAVE BEEN AWAKEN NOW IT CAN COME TRUE
BEACAUSE SOMEONE BELIEVED IN THEM THERE IS SOMEONE WHO PAID THE PRICE AND TAUGHT THEM HOW TO BE BACK IN THE RACE AGAIN AND GAVE WINGS TO SOAR HIGH BECAUSE SOMEONE TAUGHT THEM HOW TO DREAM AND EMBRACED THEIR WHOLE BEING HE GUIDED THEM FROM UNCHARTED PATH OF UNCERTAINTY GAVE LIGHT TO THE DARK
IT TAKES AN INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGER TO TAP ONE’S FULL POTENTIAL IT TAKES A HERO TO CARVE IT TO ONE’S HEART COMPETITION MAYBE STIFF OPPORTUNITIES MAYBE RARE BUT I KNOW FROM WITHIN THIS TIME THEY CAN WIN
THE NOBLE CAUSE OF TOUCHING LIVES IS AN HONOR THAT AN INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGER HAS SERVES AS A LIGHT POST TO THE UNCHARTED PATH OF UNCERTAINTY AND TURN TRIALS TO TRIUMPH FOR IT JUST TAKES SOMEONE TO JUST BELIEVE AND MAKE IT HAPPEN
WE, THE INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGERS ARE THE HISTORY MAKERS OF OUR COUNTRY WE WRITE THE FUTURE RIGHT IN THE LIVES OF OUR LEARNERS