Christian Education: Grade 12

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 12: ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW TABLE

The purpose of this table is to provide teachers with suggestions and guidelines for formative and summative assessment and grading of Christian Education 12. Prescribed Learning Outcomes identify required learning in relation to one or more of the three domains of learning: cognitive, psychomotor, and affective. The following abbreviations are used to represent the three levels within the cognitive domain: K = Knowledge; U & A = Understanding and Application; HMP = Higher Mental Processes.

Curriculum Organizers / Suborganizers Suggested Assessment Activities Suggested Weight for Grading Suggested Time Allotment Number of Outcomes Number of outcomes by Domain
K U&A HMP
Christian Prayer – Journal
– Reflections
– Discussion
– Prayer Service
– Tests/Quizzes
10-15% 10-20% 3 1 1 1
Personal Identity and Catholic Anthropology – Presentation
– Tests/Quizzes
– Compositions
– Projects
– Dramatizations
– Research
– Media analysis
20-30% 15-25% 4 1 1 2
Christology and the Gospel of John – Journal
– Reflections
– Dramatization
– Scripture analysis
– Film critique
20-30% 20-30% 5 1 2 2
Vocation and Discernment – Guest Speakers
– Fieldtrip reports
– Journaling
– Reflection
– Socratic seminars
– Written Response
20-30% 20-30% 9 2 6 1
Christian Witness in the World – Community service
– Journal
– Reflections
– Projects
– Debate
– Role play
– Media analysis
15-25% 15-20% 4   2 2

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Content Elaborations by Suggested Unit

Key Concept Grade 12 Pillar and Units
Unit A Christian Prayer Student Achievement Suggested Achievement Indicators
Unit B Personal Identity and Catholic Anthropology Student Achievement Suggested Achievement Indicators
Unit C Christology The Gospel of John Student Achievement Suggested Achievement Indicators
Unit D Vocation and Discernment Achievement Suggested Achievement Indicators
Unit E Christian Witness in the World Achievement Suggested Achievement Indicators