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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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How to Use this Module.....................................................................................i


Introduction......................................................................................................ii
Technical Terms..............................................................................................iii

Learning Outcome 1: Identifying the functions of the parts of a


rice cooker.......................................................................1
 Learning Experiences/Activities..............................................................2
 Information Sheet 1.1.............................................................................3
 Self-Check 1.1.........................................................................................6
 Answer key 1.1........................................................................................8

Learning outcomes 2: Diagnose and troubleshoot a rice cooker......................9


 Learning Experiences/Activities............................................................10
 Operation sheet 2.1...............................................................................11
 Operation sheet 2.2...............................................................................12
 Job sheet 2.2........................................................................................13

Learning Outcomes 3: Maintain and repair a rice cooker..............................14


 Learning Experiences/Activities............................................................15
 Operation sheet 3.1...............................................................................16
 Job sheet 3.1........................................................................................17
 Job sheet key 3.1..................................................................................20
 Information sheet 3.2............................................................................21

Assessment Plan.............................................................................................24
Observation checklist.....................................................................................25
Observation and Questioning checklist...........................................................26
Demonstration................................................................................................27
Written Report................................................................................................28
Performance test.............................................................................................29
HOW TO USE THIS MODULE

Welcome to the Module “Maintaining and Repairing a Rice cooker”. This


module contains training materials and activities for you to complete.

The unit of competency “Maintain and Repair Electronically-Controlled


Domestic Appliances” contains the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for
Consumer Electronics Servicing required to obtain the National Certificate
(NC) level II.

You are required to go through a series of learning activities in order to


complete each of the learning outcomes of the module. In each learning
outcome there are Information Sheets, Job Sheets, and Operation Sheets .
Do these activities on your own and answer the Self-Check at the end of each
learning activity.

If you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask your teacher for assistance.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

You have already some basic knowledge and skills covered in this module
because you have been working for some time; on already completed training in
this area.

If you can demonstrate competence to your teacher in a particular skill, talk


to your teacher so you don’t have to undergo the same training again. If you
have a qualification or Certificate of Competency from previous trainings show it
to him/her. If the skills you acquired are consistent with and relevant to this
module, they become part of the evidence. You can present these for RPL. If you
are not sure about your competence skills, discuss this with your teacher.

After completing this module, ask your teacher to assess your competence.
Result of your assessment will be recorded in your competency profile. All the
learning activities are designed for you to complete at your own pace.

In this module, you will find the activities for you to complete and relevant
information sheets for each learning outcome. Each learning outcome may have
more than one learning activity.

This module is prepared to help you achieve the required competency, in


receiving and relaying information. This will be the source of information that
will enable you to acquire the knowledge and skills in “Maintaining and
Repairing a Rice cooker” independently at your own pace with minimum
supervision from your teacher.

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Program/Course: CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NC II

Unit of Competency: MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY-


CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES

Module Title: MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING A RICE COOKER

INTRODUCTION:

This module contains information and suggested learning activities on


Maintaining and Repairing a Rice Cooker. It covers the knowledge, skills and
attitudes required to maintain and repair this home appliance.

Completion of this module will help you better understand the succeeding
module on maintaining and repairing electronically-controlled domestic
appliances.

This module consists of three (3) learning outcomes. Each learning outcome
contains learning activities supported by instructional sheets. Before you
perform the instructions, read the information sheets and answer the self-check
and activities provided to ascertain to yourself and your teacher that you have
acquired the knowledge necessary to perform the skill portion of the particular
learning outcome.

Upon completing this module, report to your teacher for assessment to check
your achievement of knowledge and skills requirements of this module. If you
pass the assessment, you will be given a certificate of completion.

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of the module the students should be able to:

LO1. Identify the functions of the parts of a rice cooker.


LO2. Diagnose a rice cooker and troubleshoot the defects found.
LO3. Maintain and repair a rice cooker.

PREREQUISITES:

 Using Hand Tools


 Preparing and Interpreting technical Drawing used in Shop
 Connecting and Terminating Electronic Circuit
 Applying Quality Standards

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TECHNICAL TERMS

Cathode - The negative terminal electrode of a device. The “N” terminal


in a junction diode.
AC Voltage - A voltage in which the polarity alternates.
Alternating - An electric current that rises to a maximum in one
Current direction, falls back to zero and then rises to a maximum in
the opposite direction and then repeats.
Anode - The positive electrode or terminal of a device. The “P”
material of a diode.
Bridge - A circuit using four diodes to provide full wave rectification.
Rectifier Converts AC voltage to a pulsating DC voltage.
Calibration - To adjust the correct value of a reading by comparison to a
standard.
Capacitor - An electronic component having capacitive reactance.
AC/DC - Equipment that will operate on either an AC or DC power
source.
Color Code - Set of colors used to indicate value of a component.
DC Power - Any source of DC power for electrical equipment.
Supply
Diode - A two terminal device that conducts in only one direction.
Electrolytic - It is used to filter the current flowing in the circuit.
Cap.
Full Wave - The rectifier that makes use of the full ac wave in both
Rectifier positive and negative half cycles.
Fuse - A protective device in the current path that melts or breaks
when current exceeds a predetermined maximum value.
Half Wave - A diode rectifier that converts AC to pulsating DC by
Rectifier eliminating either the negative or positive alternation of
each input AC cycle.
Leakage - Small undesirable flow of current through an insulator or
dielectric.
Light Emitting - A semiconductor diode that converts electric energy into
Diode electromagnetic radiation at a visible and near infrared
frequencies when its pn junction is forward bias.
Output - Terminal at which a component, circuit or piece of
equipment delivers current, voltage or power.
Power Supply - Electrical equipment used to deliver either AC or DC
voltage.
Primary - First winding of a transformer. Winding that is connected to
the source as opposed to secondary which is a winding
connected to a load.
Printed Circuit - Insulating board containing conductive tracks for circuit
Board connections.
Rectification - Process that converts alternating current to direct current.
Rectifier - Diode circuit that converts AC to pulsating DC.
Regulated - Power supply that maintains a constant output voltage

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Power Supply under changing load condition.
Resistor - Component made of material that opposes the flow of
current and therefore has some value of resistance.
Rotary Switch - Electromechanical device that has a rotating shaft
connected to one terminal capable of making, breaking a
connection to one or more other terminals.
Schematic - Illustration of an electrical or electronic circuit with the
Diagram components represented by their symbol.
Secondary - Output winding of a transformer. Winding that is connected
to a load.
Short Circuit - Also called a short. Low resistance connection between two
points in a circuit typically causing excessive current.
Solder - Metallic alloy used to join two metal surfaces.
Soldering - Process of joining two metallic surfaces to make an
electrical contact by melting solder (tin and lead) across
them.
Soldering Iron - Tool with an internal heating element used to heat surfaces
being soldered to the point where the solder becomes
molten.
Substrate - Mechanical insulating support upon which a device is
fabricated.
Switch - Electrical device having two states, ON (closed) or OFF
(open).
Test - Sequence of operations intended to verify the correct
operation or malfunctioning of a piece of equipment or
system.
Transformer - Inductor with two or more windings.
Troubleshootin - Systematic approach to locate the cause of a fault in an
g electronic circuit or system.
Volt-Ohm- - Known as a multitester. A test equipment used to check AC,
Meter DC voltages, current in a circuit and resistance of any
components out of the circuit.

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Program/Course: CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NC II

Unit of Competency: MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY-


CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES

Module Title: MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING A RICE COOKER

Learning Outcome1: Identify the functions of the parts of a rice cooker.

Assessment Criteria

1. Operation of a rice cooker is explained.

2. The parts of a rice cooker are identified based on the

manufacturer’s manual.

3. Functions of its parts are explained.

Resources
1. Tan, Michael Q., Gantalao, Fred T., Lasala, Rommel M. Simple Electronics;
Andes Mountain Printers: 2004
2. Enriquez, Marcelo T. Electronics Technology IV; Souvenir Publications, Inc.:
2003

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LEARNING EXPERIENCES/ACTIVITIES

Learning Outcome 1: Identify the function of the parts of a rice cooker.

Learning Activities Special Instructions

1. Read the attached Information


Sheet 1.1 on rice cooker:
2. Answer self check 1.1
 Try to answer the Self-Check
3. Compare your answers with the without looking at the
model answers. information sheet.
4. If you missed some of the
questions, go back again to
information sheet 1.1
5. If you have answered the
questions, you are ready to
proceed to learning outcome 2.

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INFORMATION SHEET 1.1

Rice Cooker
Rice Cooker

 This self-contained kitchen appliance, is used primarily


for cooking rice.
 It is used to prepare steamed rice and keep them warm
after cooking.
 It consists of an insulated case containing a
removable cooking pot.
 A heating element is located between the two
containers, usually controlled by a thermostat.
 The cooking pot is usually calibrated to ensure
proper proportions of the rice and water.

Application and Uses of Rice Cooker


Rice cooker are used both in home and commercial kitchens for various
purposes:
 To cook rice
 To keep rice warm
 Could also be used as a steamer
 Cooks automatically

PROPER HANDLING OF A RICE COOKER

How to use a rice cooker?


Before using any other accessory, make sure that the power unit is on
a suitable work surface and switch to off. Put the protective cover over the drive
that you will not be using rice cooker.

How the rice cooker operates?


In most rice cookers, the rice and the water are poured in at the start of
cooking. The heater then brings the water to boiling point, during which the rice
absorbs the water and expands. After the present time, the rest of the water is
boiled away and the machine either shuts off or switches to ‘ keep warm” mode.
Some models allow users to add flavorings before or during the cooking.

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Major Parts and their Functions

Power Cord - is a cord that temporarily connects an


electrical appliance to an electrical
power source. The term is generally used
for cables using a power plug to connect
to a single-phase.

Cast Heater - A part of a rice cooker that produces heat


to the aluminum pan. This serves as a
heating element of the rice cooker.

Mica heater- consists of an etched-foil sandwiched between


layers of mica. Installed by clamping to heat
sinks, mica heater provide the ultimate
temperature and wattage capability for fast
warm-up.

Thermal fuse – is a cutoff which uses a one-time fusible


link. Unlike the thermostat which
automatically resets itself when
temperature drops, the thermal fuse is
more like an electrical fuse.

Thermostat assembly- a device, as in a home heating


system that automatically responds
to temperature changes and activates
switches controlling the equipment.

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Fluro pan- A part of a rice cooker where the rice is
placed.

Outer Lid assembly - one of the major parts of a rice cooker and
which serves as a wife of an aluminum pan, because this part is
responsible to cover the bowl or an aluminum pan..

Body assembly- A part of a rice cooker in which the label are


Usually found and the holder of the outer lid
assembly.

Switch assembly - A part of a rice cooker that control


the whole operation automatically.

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SELF CHECK 1.1
Direction: Fill in the blanks with what is referred to in each of the items below

Part name Description Picture

A part of a rice cooker

1.__________________ where
the rice is placed

2.__________________ Consist of an etched-


foil sandwiched between
layers of mica

A device as in a home
heating system that
automatically responds
3._________________
to temperature changes
and activates switches
controlling the equipment

Is a cutoff switch that


uses a one-time fusible link,
4.____________________ unlike the thermostat
which automatically
resets itself when tempe-
rature drops.

A part of a rice cooker that


5.______________________ controls the whole
operation automatically
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A part of a rice cooker in
which the label is usually
6.______________________
found and the holder of the
outer lid assembly.

One of the major part of a


7.______________________ rice cooker and servers as a
wife of an aluminum pan.

A part of a rice cooker that


8.______________________ produced heat to the
aluminum pan.

Is a cord that temporarily


9._____________________ connects an electrical
appliances.

Is a self-contained kitchen
10.____________________
appliance used primarily
for cooking rice.

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Key to Correction to Self Check 1.1

1. Fluro pan

2. Mica heater

3. Thermostat assembly

4. Thermal fuse

5. Switch assy.

6. Body assy.

7. Outer lid assy.

8. Cast heater assy.

9. Power cord

10. Rice cooker

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Program/Course: CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NC II

Unit of Competency: MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY-


CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES

Module Title: MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING A RICE COOKER

Learning Outcome 2: Diagnose and troubleshoot a rice cooker.

Assessment Criteria

1. Pre-testing procedure is performing in accordance with the manufacturer’s

instructions.

2. System defects/fault symptoms are identified using appropriate tools and

equipment.

3. Identified defects and faults are explained to the responsible person.

4. Results of diagnosis and testing are documented.

5. Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the service manual.

Reference:

1. Tan, Michael Q., Gantalao, Fred T., Lasala, Rommel M. Simple Electronics;
Andes Mountain Printers: 2004

2. Enriquez, Marcelo T. Electronics Technology IV; Souvenir Publications, Inc.:


2003

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LEARNING EXPERIENCES/ACTIVITIES

Learning Outcome 2: Diagnose and troubleshoot a rice cooker.

Learning Activities Special Instructions

Read the attached Operation Sheet


2.1on pre-testing a rice cooker:
Read Operation Sheet 2.2
 Try to answer the job sheet with
out looking at the operation
Perform Job Sheet 2.2 sheet.

Answer assessment plan


If you have answered perfectly by
yes, you are ready to proceed to
learning outcome 3

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OPERATION SHEET 2.1
Pre-Testing Procedure of a Rice Cooker
If………. Possible cause How to fix
 Unit cannot be  Is Ac power cord  Visually check
turned on. property plugged in? ac power cord if
there is loose
connection in
 Unit does not  Is the plug connected the power plug.
operate when properly?  Plug-in properly.
turned on.  Is the front cover
properly closed?  Push front
cover/ front lid
 Unit has light  Does the cast heater properly
indicator ON but function normally?  Visually check
cast heater doesn’t and
function. continuously
 Unit bogs down  Does the thermal fuse check. The cast
during operation. active? heather

 Follow
 Poor boiling up  Is the pan bottom instruction for
properly bring into thermal fuse
contacted with the protection.
 Excessive burning cast heater?  Replace the
 Does the relay inner pan or the
operates? cast heater.
 Replace the
relay and
replace the PCB
completely

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OPERATION SHEET NO. 2.2
Faults and Trouble of a Rice Cooker
Trouble Cause Inspection Remedy
No power  Overload Using  Refer to

 Rice cooker is multitasked component

continuously check continuity testing

operated for of the ff. parts  Replace


more than 3 a.) fuse defective
hrs. without b.) power cord parts, Refer
rest next Learning
outcome
repairing
procedure
Doesn’t light  Rice cooker lamp Check rice cooker  Replaced busted
is continuously lamp. lamp.
operated for more
than 3hrs.
With /power but  Foreign materials Visually check by  Replace switch
doesn’t heat are short to the using multitester assembly.
circuit board. check continuity.

With /power but  Defective Using multitester  Refer to


doesn’t heat cast heater check continuity component
of cast heater testing
filament. procedure.
 Explain to
customer that
the cast heater
is defective.

Tools Used in Pre-Testing a Rice Cooker


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 VOM (multitester)
 Instructional/Operational Manual
 Screw Driver
 Pliers
 Side cutting pliers
 Long nose pliers

JOB SHEET 2.2

Faults and Trouble of a Rice Cooker

Trouble Cause Inspection Remedy

No power

Doesn’t light

W/power
won’t heat

W/power
doesn’t heat

 Note: Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. Do not write anything
on this module.

Program/Course: CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NC II

Unit of Competency: MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY


CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES

Module Title: MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING A RICE COOKER

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Learning Outcome 3: Maintain and repair a rice cooker.

Assessment Criteria;

1. Personal protective equipment is used in accordance with occupational

health and safety practices.

2. Defective parts/components are replaced are identical or recommended

appropriate equivalent ratings.

3. Repaired or replaced parts/components are soldered and mounted at the

specified location.

4. Control settings/adjustments are performed in conformity with the service

manual specification

5. Repair activity is perform with in the required time frame

6. The unit is cleaned after the maintenance and repair activity.

Resources:

Tan, Michael Q., Gantalao, Fred T., Lasala, Rommel M. Simple Electronics;
Andes Mountain Printers: 2004
Enriquez, Marcelo T. Electronics Technology IV; Souvenir Publications, Inc.:

LEARNING EXPERIENCES/ACTIVITIES

Learning Outcome 3: Maintain and repair a rice cooker

Learning Activities Special Instructions


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Read the attached operation Sheet
3.1 component checking and rep.
Perform job sheet 3.1
 Try to answer the Self-Check
Information sheet 3.2 without looking at the
If you have answered perfectly by information sheet.
yes, you are ready to proceed to
the module

OPERATION SHEET 3.1


COMPONENT CHECKING AND REPLACEMENT

PROCEDURE:
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 Prepare all the tools and materials needed.

 Bubbling test
- Fill water until the center area of the pan bottom
is dipped and close the lid.
- When steam is produced while boiling. Remove
the lid immediately and check the bubbling condition on
the pan bottom.
- See right figure.

 Evaporation Test

- To check if it the bubbles is properly, and open the lid


and place weight and find out what happens

NOTE: to prevent plastic part from deformation caused by


steam be sure to open the lid fully.
- Water on the pan bottom is completely evaporated
to be empty this timing is an follows:
Within 1 min. before the boiling switch is turn off.
Within 1 min. after the boiling switch is turn –of
The above condition are proper

 Heat reserving test


- put an approximately. 1 liter of water and the thermo
- meter in The pan. close the lid and turn on the
- boiling switch and when it becomes 70◦C, close
- the lid. after the warming heater is activated
- check the heart-serving temperature after one hour or more.

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 Hinge cover removal (Hinge cover)

- Remove hinge cover with a mounting screw


- As shown in the figure, insert a narrow
flat screw driver from just below and pry
off the hinge cover.

 Inner enclosure and upper frame removal

- As shown in the figure, pry up three fastening hooks. Fixing the upper
frame, turn the inner enclosure in the arrow direction.
- The upper frame will be separated from the inner enclosure in the
upper frame.

 Disassembling a control unit


- Pull-out the hinge shaft.
- Pull out wiring fir lid heater and then pulling
out outer lid assembly.

- Loosen a screw from button frame.


- Loosen a screw from P.C.B base (2 pcs).

- Use a screwdriver to pry bottom frame.


- Pulling out body from upper frame.

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- Pulling out a switch assembly.

- Loosen a screw for disassembling electronic parts.

 Disassembling Cast Heater and Thermostat Case Assembly.

- Loosen a screw for cast heater.


- Bend the leg of a thermostat.

- Lift a thermostat.

Pulling out a side heater.

JOB SHEET 3.1


Troubleshooting Procedure of a Rice Cooker

Matching type:

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__________1.) Loosen a screw for a cast heater and
Bend the leg of a thermostat.
__________2.) Pulling out a side heater.
__________3.) Lift a thermostat.
__________4.) loosen a screw for P.C.B from P.C.B Base.
__________5.) Pulling out a switch assembly.
__________6.) Loosen a screw for button frame.
__________7.) Pull-out the hinge shaft.
__________8.) Loosen screw for disassembling electronic parts.
__________9.) Use a screw driver to pry bottom frame.
__________10.) Remove hinge cover with a mounting screw.

A. B. C. D. E.

F. G. H. I. J.

Note: Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. Do not write anything on
this module.

JOB SHEET KEY 3.1


Troubleshooting procedure of a rice cooker

1. C
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2. A

3. B

4. D

5. F

6. H

7. I

8. E

9. G

10. J

INFORMATION SHEET 3.2


IDENTIFYING THE SPECIFICATION OF REPLACEMENT PARTS

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PARTS LIST

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Ref. no. Part name Part no.

1 OUTER LID ASSY. ARBO111935W9U


2 STEAM DOME ARB19T920-W9
3 STEAM VENT ARC00T920-W9
4 STEAM VENT HOLDING PACKING ARB82T920
5 HOOK LEVER ARE05H617-W9
6 HOOK LEVER SPRING ARE06H6167
7 HOOK LEVER BASE ARC31H617
8 HANDLE COVER ARB15T920-W9
9 HANDLE ARB10920W-9
10 LID CAUTION LEVEL ARB32H920
11 OUTER LID COMP ARB01T935-WU
12 FLIRO PAN ARE50T935
13 CAST HEATER ASSY. ARL20909-0U
14 THERMOSTAT CASE ASSY. ARS24T908-OU
15 OUTER SPRING ARS62H616
16 UPPER FRAME ARE00A6171W-9
17 HINGE SHAFT ARB74H616
18 PROTECTING FRAME ARE20T935
19 SIDE HEATER ASSY. ARL10P75200U
20 BODY ASSY. ARE10Y929Z3U
21 SWITCH ASSY. ARN01H935UHU
22 DECORATIVE PANEL ARN21H935-UH
23 HINGE COVER ARE40H6262W9
24 DEW COLLECTOR ARK20H616-0C
25 BOTTOM FRAME ASSY. ARH30T935W9U
26 FOOT RUBBER ARH90H66327
27 NAME PLATE ARY30H935-CS
28 POWER CORD ASSY ARQ14509943
29 INLET ARG10T9200U
30 STEAMING BASKET ARK53H617-W9
31 MEASURING CUP ASR7234R0-454BK
32 SCOOP ASR79WE281AK
A TAPPING SCREW XTB4+10GPJ
B SEMS SCREW XYN4+C10FNS
C SEMS SCREW XYM4+C7FNS
D SPRING WASTLE XWA4BPW
E TAPPING SCREW XTN4+8FFJ
F TAPPING SCREW ASR118-972-W
G TAPPING SCREW XTN4+16AZW
H TAPPING SCREW XPB4+25CFJ

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ASSESSMENT PLAN

Repairing a Rice Cooker

Direction: Put a check on designated box if you perform the following criteria

 Get from assessment criteria of the module (CBC)


YES NO
 The operation of a rice cooker

 The parts of the rice cooker are identified

 The function of its parts are explained

 Pre- testing procedure is performed in accordance


with the manufacturers instruction
 System defects/ faults system are identified using
appropriate tools and equipment
 Identified defect and faults are explained to the
responsible person.
 Results of diagnosis and testing are documented

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 Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the
service manual.
 Personal protective equipment is used in accordance

Prepared by: Date:

Checked by: Date:

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Observation Checklist

Student’s name:
Teacher’s name:
Assessment Center
Competency
standards
Unit of
competency:
Instructions for the teacher:
1. Observe the student [insert description of activity being observed].
2. Describe the assessment activity and the date on which it was undertaken.
3. Place a tick in the box to show that the student completed each aspect of the
activity to the standard expected in the enterprise.
4. Complete the feedback sections of the form.
Date of observation
Description of assessment
activity
Location of assessment
activity
The student…. If yes, tick the box
 The operation of a rice cooker
 The parts of the rice cooker are identified
 The function of its parts are explained
 Pre- testing procedure is performed in accordance with
the manufacturers instruction
 System defects/ faults system are identified using
appropriate tools and equipment
 Identified defect and faults are explained to the
responsible person.
 Results of diagnosis and testing are documented

 Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the


service manual.
 Personal protective equipment is used in accordance
Did the student’s overall performance meet the Yes No
standard?
Feedback to student:

Teacher signature: Date:

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Observation and Questioning Checklist

Student’s name:
Teacher’s name:
Assessment Center
Competency
standards
Unit of
competency:
Instructions for the teacher:
1. Observe the student [insert description of activity being observed].
2. Describe the assessment activity and the date on which it was undertaken.
3. Place a tick in the box to show that the student completed each aspect of the
activity to the standard expected in the enterprise.
4. Ask the student a selection of the questions from the attached list to confirm
his/her underpinning knowledge
5. Place a tick in the box to show that the student answered the questions
correctly.
6. Complete the feedback sections of the form.
Date of observation
Description of assessment
activity
Location of assessment
activity
The student…. If yes, tick the box
 The operation of a rice cooker
 The parts of the rice cooker are identified
 The function of its parts are explained
 Pre- testing procedure is performed in accordance with
the manufacturers instruction
 System defects/ faults system are identified using
appropriate tools and equipment
 Identified defect and faults are explained to the
responsible person.
 Results of diagnosis and testing are documented

 Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the


service manual.
 Personal protective equipment is used in accordance
Did the student’s overall performance meet the Yes No
standard?

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Demonstration

Student’s name:
Teacher’s name:
Unit of competency:
Competency standards:
Date of assessment:
Time of assessment:
Instructions for demonstration
Given the necessary materials the trainee/student must be able to:

Materials and equipment:

P to show if evidence is
demonstrated
During the demonstration of skills, did the
Yes No N/A
student:
 The operation of a rice cooker
o o o
 The parts of the rice cooker are identified o o o
 The function of its parts are explained o o o
 Pre- testing procedure is performed in
accordance with the manufacturers instruction o o o
 System defects/ faults system are identified
using appropriate tools and equipment o o o
 Identified defect and faults are explained to
the responsible person. o o o
 Results of diagnosis and testing are
documented o o o
 Troubleshooting is performed in accordance
with the service manual. o o o
 Personal protective equipment is used in
accordance o o o
The student’s demonstration was:
Satisfactory q Not Satisfactory q

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Written report

Student’s name:
Teacher’s name:
Assessment Center
Competency
standards
Unit of
competency:
Task:
Your task is to:
 [insert description of task]

Submission date:
Use the checklist below as a basis for judging whether the student’s
report meets the required competency standards.
The student’s report…. If yes, tick the box
 The operation of a rice cooker
 The parts of the rice cooker are identified
 The function of its parts are explained
 Pre- testing procedure is performed in accordance with
the manufacturers instruction
 System defects/ faults system are identified using
appropriate tools and equipment
 Identified defect and faults are explained to the
responsible person.
 Results of diagnosis and testing are documented

 Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the


service manual.
 Personal protective equipment is used in accordance
Overall did the student’s report meet the standard? Yes No

Comments:

Student’s
Date:
signature:
Teacher’s
Date:
signature:

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PERFORMANCE TEST

Learner's Name Date

Competency: Test Attempt


1st 2nd 3rd

Directions: OVERALL EVALUATION


Level
Achieved
CALL TEACHER, ask PERFORMANCE LEVELS
teacher to assess your
4 - Can perform this skill without supervision
performance in the
and with initiative and adaptability to problem
following critical task situations.
and performance criteria
below 3 - Can perform this skill satisfactorily without
assistance or supervision.
You will be rated based 2 - Can perform this skill satisfactorily but
on the overall evaluation requires some assistance and/or supervision.
on the right side. 1 - Can perform parts of this skill satisfactorily,
but requires considerable assistance and/or
supervision.

Teacher will initial level achieved.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
For acceptable achievement, all items should receive a Yes No N/A
"Yes" or "N/A" response.
 The operation of a rice cooker
 The parts of the rice cooker are identified
 The function of its parts are explained
 Pre- testing procedure is performed in accordance with the
manufacturers instruction
 System defects/ faults system are identified using
appropriate tools and equipment
 Identified defect and faults are explained to the responsible
person.
 Results of diagnosis and testing are documented

 Troubleshooting is performed in accordance with the service


manual.
 Personal protective equipment is used in accordance

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Copyright Department of Education 2008

First Published JUNE 2008

This module was based on the Competency-Based Curriculum-Contextual


Learning Matrix (CBC-CLM) and finalized on the Instructional Modules Finalization
Development Workshop conducted at the Finalization Workshop conducted at the
Development Academy of the Philippines, Tagaytay City on May 6 -10, 2008

This learning instrument was developed by the following personnel:

Technology Teachers:

 Mr. Vic P. Diola


Bauan Technical High School

 Dr. Gilbert M. Castor


Don Alejandro Roces Sr. Science-Technology High School

 Mr. Eddielou L. Dayao


Sanchez Mira School of Arts and Trades

 Mr. Rufo G. Malla


Eulogio Rodriguez Vocational High School

 Mr. Sherwin P. Medrano


San Pedro Relocation Center National High School

 Mr. Remar C. Pinsoy


Baguio National School of Arts and Trades

Contextual Teacher:

 Mrs. Daisy Carousel P. Cervantes


Don Alejandro Roces Sr. Science-Technology High School

Facilitators:

 Dr. Edward M. Dela Rosa

 Dr. Corazon L. Echano

TEC-VOC Task Force

Encoders:

 Mrs. Rosario D. Briones


 Mr. Mhariel L. Echano
 Mr. Jason O. Villena
Funding: Department of Education

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
PUBLIC TECHNICAL -VOCATIONAL
HIGH SCHOOLS

Unit of Competency: MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY


CONTROLLED DOMESTIC APPLIANCES
Module No. 1 MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING A RICE COOKER