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Curriculum Development (Unfinish Work) Professional Education

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Curriculum Development (Unfinish Work) Professional Education

  1. 1. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 10
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION The CEMREACH ACADEMY was develop through a collaborative effort of the founder and based on the demands brought by the developing changing society. This institution was a private high school and spearheaded by CEMREACH Group of Company with legal requirements approved by the Department of Education. CEMREACH is implementing the K-12 CURRICULUM mandated by the Philippine government. We provide a high standard of education for all the students. The CEMREACH is equipped with complete modern facilities contributing to the Conducive learning environment such as well-lighted and ventilated classrooms (designed for multimedia facilities and groupware for collaborative work), Computer rooms ( with access to the internet) Digital Library ( with database and network access to the internet), T.L.E. Laboratory building; Administration building (offices capable of managing databases of students and facilities, tracking student and teacher performance and resources, distributing notices and other information electronically); Canteen; Auditorium; And other offices for the students needs.
  3. 3. VMGO VISION The CEMREACH Academy as a global competent institution devoted to achieve high quality of education. MISSION The CEMREACH Academy shall empower students to exhibit their optimum distinct potentials to attain academic excellence, inculcate core values, respect for diversity and provide conducive environment for learning.
  4. 4. VMGO GOALS • Effective and efficient administrators and teachers responsive to the demand of students. • Provide facilities that are conducive to teaching-learning process to achieve academic excellence. Produce versatile and globally competitive learners to contribute transforming society.
  5. 5. VMGO OBJECTIVES • To uplift students capabilities and skills in begetting a higher and greater achievement. • To provide a conducive learning environment wherein learners are well-respected, valued and which they can learn, grow and attain academic success. • To encourage students to strive hard in order to be productive citizen and be a total global competent. • To conceive students uniqueness in different aspects to beget respect from others. • To liven the sense of leadership and responsibility within the students to broaden their perspective.
  6. 6. SCHOOL LOGO
  7. 7. LOGO DESCRIPTION Laurel leaves - represents as a victory, success, and triumph for both the institution and the students. Torch- represents the teachers who will enlighten the students to be a productive and globally competitive. Book- signifies knowledge, understanding and excellence in delivering education. Double circles- represent the never ending quest for relevant learning and competent teaching. The four yellow stars signifies the four pillars of education that needs to be equipped by individual to seize learning opportunities throughout life, both to broaden his knowledge, skills and attitudes, and adopt to a changing complex and interdependent world. The color of schools name which is blue signifies calmness, stability and harmony. The word USON, MASBATE indicates where the school is located.
  8. 8. SCHOOL HISTORY The CEMREACH came from the combination of the first letters of the first name of the founders which are Catherine De lara, Efren R. Vibas Jr, Ma. Rose B. Torrefiel, Ruben M. Galeno, Ella Kate Salvatierra, Analy G. Garcia, Christian S. Alfornon, and Hannah R. Labastida. It recognizes the Identity of the owner’s authority in this institution. The said Academy is located at Crossing, Uson, Masbate. The founders decided to raise an academy in the said place because they wanted to make the town of Uson a producer of productive and competitive individuals.
  9. 9. SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY CEAMREACH Academy is founded on a belief in the essential worth and unlimited capacity of every student and staffs. We provide a safe haven where everyone is valued, well-respected and appreciated. We believe that the pursuit of knowledge equips and enables our student to make a powerful difference in the world.
  10. 10. GRADE 7 SUBJECTS COURSE DESCRIPTION NO. OF UNITS LECTURE LABORATORY TOTAL no. OF HOURS MATHEMATIC S ●Integrated Mathematics ●Algebra ●Geometry ●Trigonometry 1.2 4 0 4 ENGLISH ●Pre-colonial Philippine literature ●African literature ●Anglo American literature ●World literature 1.2 4 0 4 FILPINO ●Mga akdang pampanitikan: Salamin ng Mindanao ●Panitikang Bisaya-Repleksyon ng kasaysayan ●Panitikang Luzon: Larawan ng pagkakakilanlan ●Ibondo ng Adarna 1.2 4 0 4 SCIENCE ●Earth Science ●Biology ●Chemistry ●Physics 1.2 3 1 4 ARAL..PAN. ●Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas ●Kasaysayan ng Asya ●Pandaigdigang Kasaysayan ●Ekonomiks 0.9 3 0 3 MAPEH ●Music ●Arts ●P.E ●Health 1.2 4 0 4 EDUKASYON SA PAGPAPAKATA O ●Developmental Task ●Isip at Kilos-Loob (Will) ●Mga Panlaba sa Salik (External Factors) ●Ang Pangarap at Mithiin (Exploratory) 0.6 2 0 2 T.L.E ●Use and Maintaining of tools, equipment, and paraphernalia ●Performing Mensuration and Calculation ●Interpreting Technical Drawing and 1.2 3 1 4
  11. 11. GRADE 8 SUBJECTS COURSE DESCRIPTION NO. OF UNITS LECTURE LABORATORY TOTAL # OF HOURS ENGLISH ●Pre-colonial Philippine literature ●African literature ●Anglo American literature ●World literature 1.2 4 0 4 FILIPINO ●Salamin ng Kahapon –Bakasin natin Ngayon ●Sandigan ng Lahi-Ikararangal Natin ●Kontemporaryong Panitikan tungo sa Kultura at Panitikang Popular ●Florante at Laura 1.2 4 0 4 MATH ●Integrated Mathematics ●Algebra ●Geometry ●Trigonometry 1.2 4 0 4 MAPEH ●Music ●Arts ●P.E ●Health 1.2 4 0 4 SCIENCE ●Earth Science ●Biology ●Chemistry ●Physics 1.2 3 1 4 T.L.E ●Use and Maintaining of tools, equipment, and paraphernalia ●Performing Mensuration and Calculation ●Interpreting Technical Drawing and Plans ●Practicing OHS Procedures 1.2 3 1 4 ARAL-PAN. ●Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas ●Kasaysayan ng Asya ●Pandaigdigang Kasaysayan ●Ekonomiks 0.9 3 0 3 E.S.P ●Ang Pamilya bilang Natural na Institusyon ng Lipunan ●Ang Pakikipagkapwa ●Ang Pasasalamat sa Ginawang Kabutihan ng Kapwa 0.6 2 0 2
  12. 12. GRADE 9 SUBJECTS COURSE DESCRIPTION NO. OF UNITS LECTURE LABORATORY TOTAL # OF HOURS ENGLISH ●Pre-colonial Philippine literature ●African literature ●Anglo American literature ●World literature 1.2 4 0 4 FILIPINO ●Mga Akdang Pampanitikan ng Timog Silangang Asya ●Mga Akdang Pampanitikan ng Silangang Asya ●Mga Akdang Pampanitikan ng Kanlurang Asya ●Noli Me Tangere 1.2 4 0 4 MATH ●Integrated Mathematics ●Algebra ●Geometry ●Trigonometry 1.2 4 0 4 MAPEH ●Music ●Arts ●P.E ●Health 1.2 4 0 4 SCIENCE ●Earth Science ●Biology ●Chemistry ●Physics 1.2 3 1 4 T.L.E ●Installing Computer System and Networks ●Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Computer System ●Configuring Computer System and Network ●Maintaining Computer System and Network 1.2 3 1 4 ARAL..PAN. ●Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas ●Kasaysayan ng Asya ●Pandaigdigang Kasaysayan ●Ekonomiks 0.9 3 0 3 E.S.P ●Layunin ng Lipunan:Kabutihang Panlahat ●Mga Batas na nakabatay sa likas na 0.6 2 0 2
  13. 13. GRADE 10 SUBJECTS COURSE DESCRIPTION NO. OF UNITS LECTURE LABORATORY TOTAL # OF HOURS ENGLISH ●Pre-colonial Philippine literature ●African literature ●Anglo American literature ●World literature 1.2 4 0 4 FILIPINO ●Panitikang Mediterranean ●Panitikang ng mga Bansa sa Kanluran ●Panitiang ng mga Africa at Persia ●EL Filibusterismo sa nagbabagong daigdaig 1.2 4 0 4 MATH ●Integrated Mathematics ●Algebra ●Geometry ●Trigonometry 1.2 4 0 4 MAPEH ●Music ●Arts ●P.E ●Health 1.2 4 0 4 SCIENCE ●Earth Science ●Biology ●Chemistry ●Physics 1.2 3 1 4 T.L.E ●Installing Computer System and Networks ●Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Computer System ●Configuring Computer System and Network ●Maintaining Computer System and Network 1.2 3 1 4 ARAL-PAN. ●Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas ●Kasaysayan ng Asya ●Pandaigdigang Kasaysayan ●Ekonomiks 0.9 3 0 3 E.S.P ●Dignidad ●Mga Yugto ng Makataong Kilos ●Paggalang sa Buhay 0.6 2 0 2
  14. 14. 1st Sem (GRADE 11) Paris Subjects/Course Description No. of units Lecture Laboratory Total no. of hours Oral Communication and Context 4 4 0 4 Komunikasyn at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino 4 4 0 4 Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Region 4 4 0 4 General Mathematics 4 4 0 4 Earth and Life Science 4 4 0 4 Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics 4 4 0 4 Physical Education and Health (Exercise and Fitness) 1 1 0 1 English for Academic and Professional Purposes 4 4 0 4 Total 29 29 0 29
  15. 15. 2nd Sem (GRADE 11) Paris Subjects/Course Description No. of units Lecture Laboratory Total no. of hours Reading and Writing Skills 4 4 0 4 Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba’t- ibang Teksto tungo sa Pananaliksik 4 4 0 4 Statistics and Probability 4 4 0 4 Physical Science 4 4 0 4 Media and Information Literacy 4 4 0 4 Physical Education and Health (Sports) 4 4 0 4 Research in Daily Life 1 1 1 0 1 Pagsulat sa Filipino sa piling Larangan (Akademik) 4 4 0 4 Total 29 29 0 29
  16. 16. 1st Sem (GRADE 12) PonnessiansSubjects/Course Description No. of units Lecture Laboratory Total no. of hours Introduction to the Philosophy of Human Person/Pambungad sa Pilosopiya ng Tao 4 4 0 4 Personal Development/Pansariling kaunlaran 4 4 0 4 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and in the World 4 4 0 4 DRRM (Disaster Risk Reduction and Management) 4 4 0 4 Physical Education and Health (Dance) 1 1 0 1 Research in daily Life 2 4 4 0 4 Humanities (Creative Writing/ maikling Pagsulat) 4 4 0 4
  17. 17. 2nd Sem (GRADE 12) PonnessiansSubjects/Course Description No. of units Lecture Laboratory Total no. of hours Empowerment Technologies 4 4 0 4 Entrepreneurship 4 4 0 4 Inquiries, Investigation, and Immersion 4 4 0 4 Physical Education and Health (Recreational Activities) 1 1 0 1 Social Science (Philippine Politics and Governance) 4 4 0 4 Total 17 17 0 17
  18. 18. Teacher’s Schedule Rosiflor G. Cuyos Senior High (1st Sem) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and in the World (G12 -PONNESSIANS) 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and in the World (G12- PONNESSIANS) 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and in the World (G12 -PONNESSIANS) 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and in the World (G12 PONNESSIANS) 10:30-11:30 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Region (G11- VIENNA) Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Region (G11- VIENNA) Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Region (G11- VIENNA) Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Region (G11- VIENNA) 3:00-4:00
  19. 19. Teacher’s Schedule Cardo Dalisay V. Oliva Senior High (1st Sem) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (G11-VIENNA) Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (G11-VIENNA) Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (G11-VIENNA) Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (G11-VIENNA) 9:30-10:30 10:30-11:30 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 Research in Daily Life 2 (G12- PONNESSIANS) Research in Daily Life 2 (G12- PONNESSIANS) Research in Daily Life 2 (G12- PONNESSIANS) Research in Daily Life 2 (G12- PONNESSIANS) 3:00-4:00
  20. 20. Teacher’s Schedule Meriam Sisay H. Soler Senior High (1st Sem) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 Introduction 8:30-9:30 Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (G11-VIENNA) Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (G11-VIENNA) Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (G11-VIENNA) Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (G11-VIENNA) 9:30-10:30 10:30-11:30 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 Research in Daily Life 2 (G12- PONNESSIANS) Research in Daily Life 2 (G12- PONNESSIANS) Research in Daily Life 2 (G12- PONNESSIANS) Research in Daily Life 2 (G12- PONNESSIANS) 3:00-4:00
  21. 21. Teacher’s Schedule Felly Mae N. Bello Senoir High(1st Sem) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 Physical Education and Health (Dance) G12 Ponnessians 10:3011:30 Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics G11 Paris Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics G11 Paris Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics G11 Paris Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics G11 Paris Physical Education and Health (Exercise and Fitness) G11 Paris 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 Humanities (Creative Writing/ maikling Pagsulat) G12 Ponnessians Humanities (Creative Writing/ maikling Pagsulat) G12 Ponnessians Humanities (Creative Writing/ maikling Pagsulat) G12 Ponnessians Humanities (Creative Writing/ maikling Pagsulat) G12 Ponnessians
  22. 22. Teacher’s Schedule Aileen Vine G. Capellian Senior High 1st Sem TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 Personal Development/Pansarili ng kaunlaran G12 Ponnessians Personal Development/Pansarili ng kaunlaran G12 Ponnessians Personal Development/Pansarili ng kaunlaran G12 Ponnessians Personal Development/Pansarili ng kaunlaran G12 Ponnessians 9:30-10:30 Earth and Life Science G11 Paris Earth and Life Science G11 Paris Earth and Life Science G11 Paris Earth and Life Science G11 Paris 10:3011:30 1:00-2:00 DRRM (Disaster Risk Reduction and Management) G12 Ponnessians DRRM (Disaster Risk Reduction and Management) G12 Ponnessians DRRM (Disaster Risk Reduction and Management) G12 Ponnessians DRRM (Disaster Risk Reduction and Management) G12 Ponnessians 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00
  23. 23. Teacher’s Schedule Joyce Joy E. Jazul Senior High (1st Sem) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 Empowerment Technologies G12 Ponnessians Empowerment Technologies G12 Ponnessians Empowerment Technologies G12 Ponnessians Empowerment Technologies G12 Ponnessians 8:30-9:30 Entrepreneurship G12 Ponnessians Entrepreneurship G12 Ponnessians Entrepreneurship G12 Ponnessians Entrepreneurship G12 Ponnessians 9:30-10:30 10:3011:30 1:00-2:00 Social Science (Philippine Politics and Governance) G12 Ponnessians Social Science (Philippine Politics and Governance) G12 Ponnessians 2:00-3:00 Social Science (Philippine Politics and Governance) G12 Ponnessians Social Science (Philippine Politics and Governance) G12 Ponnessians 3:00-4:00
  24. 24. Teacher’s Schedule Gracefully D. Guteza Senior High (1st Sem) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 Oral Communication and Context G11 Paris Oral Communication and Context G11 Paris Oral Communication and Context G11 Paris Oral Communication and Context G11 Paris 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:3011:30 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 English for Academic and Professional Purposes English for Academic and Professional Purposes English for Academic and Professional Purposes English for Academic and Professional Purposes
  25. 25. Teacher’s Schedule Merriam Sisay H. Soler Senior High (2nd Sem) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 Media and Information Literacy Grade 11 Paris Media and Information Literacy Grade 11 Paris Media and Information Literacy Grade 11 Paris Media and Information Literacy Grade 11 Paris 9:30-10:30 10:3011:30 1:00-2:00 Statistics and Probability Grade 11 Paris Statistics and Probability Grade 11 Paris Statistics and Probability Grade 11 Paris Statistics and Probability Grade 11 Paris 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00
  26. 26. Teacher’s Schedule Cardo Dalisay V. Oliva Senior High (2nd Sem) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba’t- ibang Teksto tungo sa Pananaliksik G11 Paris Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba’t- ibang Teksto tungo sa Pananaliksik G11 Paris Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba’t- ibang Teksto tungo sa Pananaliksik G11 Paris Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba’t- ibang Teksto tungo sa Pananaliksik G11 Paris 10:3011:30 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 Pagsulat sa Filipino sa piling Larangan (Akademik) G11 Paris Pagsulat sa Filipino sa piling Larangan (Akademik) G11 Paris Pagsulat sa Filipino sa piling Larangan (Akademik) G11 Paris Pagsulat sa Filipino sa piling Larangan (Akademik) G11 Paris
  27. 27. TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 Reading and Writing Skills G11 Paris Reading and Writing Skills G11 Paris Reading and Writing Skills G11 Paris Reading and Writing Skills G11 Paris 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:30-11:30 Physical Science G11 Paris Physical Science G11 Paris Physical Science G11 Paris Physical Science G11 Paris 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 Teacher’s Schedule Joyce Joy E. Jazul Senior High (2nd Sem)
  28. 28. TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 FLAG CEREMONY 7:30-8:30 Physical Education and Health (Sports) G11 Ponnessians 8:30-9:30 Inquiries, Investigation, and Immersion G12 Ponnessians 9:30-10:30 Inquiries, Investigation, and Immersion G12 Ponnessians Inquiries, Investigation, and Immersion G12 Ponnessians Inquiries, Investigation, and Immersion G12 Ponnessians 10:3011:30 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 Research in Daily Life 1 G11 Paris Research in Daily Life 1 G11 Paris Research in Daily Life 1 G11 Paris Research in Daily Life 1 G11 Paris 3:00-4:00 Teacher’s Schedule Merriam Sisay H. Soler Senior High (2nd Sem)
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  30. 30. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 7- Hammurabi TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY MATH 1 MATH 1 MATH 1 MATH 1 (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) RECESS MAPEH 1 MAPEH 1 MAPEH 1 MAPEH 1 (BALDE) (BALDE) (BALDE) (BALDE) SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 FILIPINO 1 FILIPINO 1 FILIPINO 1 FILIPINO 1 (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) T.L.E 1 T.L.E 1 T.L.E 1 T.L.E 1 (CATOTO) (CATOTO) (CATOTO) (CATOTO) ARAL.PAN. 1 ARAL.PAN. 1 ARAL.PAN. 1 ESP 1 ESP 1 (MORACHO) (MORACHO) (MORACHO) (MORACHO) (MORACHO)
  31. 31. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 7- Napoleonic TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) ARAL.PAN. 1 ARAL.PAN. 1 ARAL.PAN. 1 E.S.P 1 E.S.P 1 (MORACHO) (MORACHO) (MORACHO) (RODRIGUEZ (RODRIGUEZ RECESS FILIPINO 1 FILIPINO 1 FILIPINO 1 FILIPINO 1 (BURALOS) (BURALOS) (BURALOS) (BURALOS) T.L.E 1 T.L.E 1 T.L.E 1 T.L.E 1 (CATOTO) (CATOTO) (CATOTO) (CATOTO) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 MATH 1 MATH 1 MATH 1 MATH 1 (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) MAPEH 1 MAPEH 1 MAPEH 1 MAPEH 1 (BALDE) (BALDE) (BALDE) (BALDE)
  32. 32. CLASS PROGRAM GRADE 8- VERSAILLES TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40- 11:40 FLAG CEREMONY ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) FILIPINO 2 FILIPINO 2 FILIPINO 2 FILIPINO 2 (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) RECESS MATH 2 MATH 2 MATH 2 MATH 2 (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) T.L.E 2 T.L.E 2 T.L.E 2 T.L.E 2 (VIBAS) (VIBAS) (VIBAS) (VIBAS) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 E.S.P 2 E.S.P 2 ARAL.PAN 2 ARAL.PAN 2 ARAL.PAN2 (VIDOR) (VIDOR) (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) SCIENCE 2 SCIENCE 2 SCIENCE 2 SCIENCE2 (BASAS) (BASAS) (BASAS) (BASAS) MAPEH 2 MAPEH 2 MAPEH 2 MAPEH 2 (QUIDATO) (QUIDATO) (QUIDATO) (QUIDATO)
  33. 33. CLASS PROGRAM GRADE 8- COLLOSAL TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY MATH 2 MATH 2 MATH 2 MATH 2 (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) T.L.E 2 T.L.E 2 T.L.E 2 T.L.E 2 (VIBAS) (VIBAS) (VIBAS) (VIBAS) RECESS ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) E.S.P 2 E.S.P 2 ARAL.PAN 2 ARAL.PAN 2 ARAL.PAN 2 (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) (GALENO) (GALENO) (GALENO) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 MAPEH 2 MAPEH 2 MAPEH 2 MAPEH 2 (QUIDATO) (QUIDATO) (QUIDATO) (QUIDATO) FIIPINO 2 FIIPINO 2 FIIPINO 2 FIIPINO 2 (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) (BURLAOS) SCIENCE 2 SCIENCE 2 SCIENCE 2 SCIENCE 2 (BASAS) (BASAS) (BASAS) (BASAS)
  34. 34. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 9- SPARTA TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY MATH 3 MATH 3 MATH 3 MATH 3 (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) T.L.E 3 T.L.E 3 T.L.E 3 T.L.E 3 (RAPSING) (RAPSING) (RAPSING) (RAPSING) RECESS FILIPINO 3 FILIPINO 3 FILIPINO 3 FILIPINO 3 (GALENO) (GALENO) (GALENO) (GALENO) MAPEH 3 MAPEH 3 MAPEH 3 MAPEH 3 (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 ARAL.PAN 3 ARAL.PAN 3 ARAL.PAN 3 E.S.P 3 E.S.P 3 (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) (BALDE) (BALDE) ENGLISH 3 ENGLISH 3 ENGLISH 3 ENGLISH 3 (DELARA) (DELARA) (DELARA) (DELARA) SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT)
  35. 35. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 9-ATHENS TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY T.L.E 3 T.L.E 3 T.L.E 3 T.L.E 3 (RAPSING) (RAPSING) (RAPSING) (RAPSING) E.S.P 3 E.S.P 3 ARAL.PAN.3 ARAL.PAN.3 ARAL.PAN.3 (MANLAPAS) (MANLAPAS) (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) (SALVATIERRA) RECESS MATH 3 MATH 3 MATH 3 MATH 3 (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) ENGLISH 3 ENGLISH 3 ENGLISH 3 ENGLISH 3 (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) (CORTES) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE3 (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) (MAHUMOT) FILIPINO 3 FILIPINO 3 FILIPINO 3 FILIPINO 3 (GALENO) (GALENO) (GALENO) (GALENO) MAPEH 3 MAPEH 3 MAPEH 3 MAPEH 3 (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA) (DELA PENA)
  36. 36. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 10- CLEOPATRA TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY FILIPINO 4 FILIPINO 4 FILIPINO 4 FILIPINO 4 (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) SCIENCE 4 SCIENCE 4 SCIENCE 4 SCIENCE 4 (BASAS) (BASAS) (BASAS) (BASAS) RECESS ENGLISH 4 ENGLISH 4 ENGLISH 4 ENGLISH 4 (RAMISO) (RAMISO) (RAMISO) (RAMISO) MAPEH 4 MAPEH 4 MAPEH 4 MAPEH 4 (DELARA) (DELARA) (DELARA) (DELARA) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 T.L.E 4 T.L.E 4 T.L.E 4 T.L.E 4 (RODRIGUEZ) (RODRIGUEZ) (RODRIGUEZ) (RODRIGUEZ) MATH 4 MATH 4 MATH 4 MATH 4 (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) (LABASTIDA) ARAL.PAN. 4 ARAL.PAN. 4 ARAL.PAN. 4 E.S.P 4 E.S.P 4 (GALENO) (GALENO) (GALENO) (VIDOR) (VIDOR)
  37. 37. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 10- CATHERINE THE GREAT TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY MAPEH 4 MAPEH 4 MAPEH 4 MAPEH 4 (DELARA) (DELARA) (DELARA) (DELARA) FILIPINO 4 FILIPINO 4 FILIPINO 4 FILIPINO 4 (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) (PISCADOR) RECESS SCIENCE 4 SCIENCE 4 SCIENCE 4 SCIENCE 4 (BASAS) (BASAS) (BASAS) (BASAS) ARAL.PAN. 4 ARAL.PAN. 4 ARAL.PAN. 4 E.S.P 4 E.S.P 4 (MORACHO) (MORACHO) (MORACHO) (VIDOR) (VIDOR) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 MATH 4 MATH 4 MATH 4 MATH 4 (MARANGE) (MARANGE) (MARANGE) (MARANGE) T.L.E 4 T.L.E 4 T.L.E 4 T.L.E 4 (ROGRIGUEZ) (ROGRIGUEZ) (ROGRIGUEZ) (ROGRIGUEZ) ENGLISH 4 ENGLISH 4 ENGLISH 4 ENGLISH 4 (RAMISO) (RAMISO) (RAMISO) (RAMISO)
  38. 38. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 11- Paris 1st Sem TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:30-11:30 FLAG CEREMONY Oral Communication and Oral Communication Oral Communication Oral Communication Context and Context and Context and Context (Guteza) (Guteza) (Guteza) (Guteza) Komunikasyn at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino (Oliva) Komunikasyn at Komunikasyn at Komunikasyn at Pananaliksik sa Wika Pananaliksik sa Wika Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino at Kulturang Pilipino at Kulturang Pilipino (Oliva) (Oliva) (Oliva) Earth and Life Science Earth and Life Science Earth and Life Science Earth and Life Science (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) Understanding Culture, Understanding Culture, Understanding Culture, Understanding Culture, Physical Education and Society, and Politics Society, and Politics Society, and Politics Society, and Politics Health (Exercise and (Bello) (Bello) (Bello) (Bello) Fitness) (Bello) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 General Mathematics General Mathematics General Mathematics General Mathematics (Soler) (Soler) (Soler) (Soler) Contemporary Philippine Contemporary Contemporary Contemporary Arts from the Region Philippine Arts from Philippine Arts from Philippine Arts from (Cuyos) the Region the Region the Region (Cuyos) (Cuyos) (Cuyos) English for Academic English for Academic English for Academic English for Academic and Professional and Professional and Professional and Professional Purposes Purposes Purposes Purposes (Guteza) (Guteza) (Guteza) (Guteza)
  39. 39. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 11-Paris 2nd Sem TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:30-11:30 FLAG CEREMONY Reading and Writing Reading and Writing Reading and Writing Reading and Writing Physical Education Skills Skills Skills Skills and Health (Sports) (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) Media and Media and Media and Media and Information Literacy Information Literacy Information Literacy Information Literacy (Soler) (Soler) (Soler) (Soler) Pagbasa at Pagsusuri Pagbasa at Pagsusuri Pagbasa at Pagsusuri Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba’t-ibang Teksto ng Iba’t-ibang Teksto ng Iba’t-ibang Teksto ng Iba’t-ibang Teksto tungo sa Pananaliksik tungo sa Pananaliksik tungo sa Pananaliksik tungo sa Pananaliksik (Oliva) (Oliva) (Oliva) (Oliva) Physical Science Physical Science Physical Science Physical Science (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 Statistics and Statistics and Statistics and Statistics and Probability Probability Probability Probability (Soler) (Soler) (Soler) (Soler) Research in Daily Life Research in Daily Life Research in Daily Life Research in Daily Life 1 1 1 1 (Bello) (Bello) (Bello) (Bello) Pagsulat sa Filipino sa piling Larangan (Akademik) (Oliva) Pagsulat sa Filipino sa Pagsulat sa Filipino sa Pagsulat sa Filipino sa piling Larangan piling Larangan piling Larangan (Akademik) (Akademik) (Akademik) (Oliva) (Oliva) (Oliva)
  40. 40. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 12-Ponnessians 1st Sem Philosophy of Human of Human Person/Pambungad sa of Human Person/Pambungad sa of Human Person/Pambungad sa Development/Pansariling Development/Pansariling Development/Pansariling Development/Pansariling Literature from the Philippines and in the World Philippines and in the World Philippines and in the World (Dance) Reduction and Management) 2 (Oliva) (Oliva) (Oliva) maikling Pagsulat) maikling Pagsulat) maikling Pagsulat) maikling Pagsulat) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:30-11:30 FLAG CEREMONY Introduction to the Introduction to the Philosophy Introduction to the Philosophy Introduction to the Philosophy Person/Pambungad sa Pilosopiya ng Tao Pilosopiya ng Tao Pilosopiya ng Tao Pilosopiya ng Tao (Soler) (Soler) (Soler) (Soler) Personal Personal Personal Personal kaunlaran kaunlaran kaunlaran kaunlaran (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) 21st Century 21st Century Literature from the 21st Century Literature from the 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and in the (Cuyos) (Cuyos) (Cuyos) World (Cuyos) Physical Education and Health (Bello) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 DRRM (Disaster Risk DRRM (Disaster Risk DRRM (Disaster Risk Reduction and Reduction and Management) Reduction and Management) Management) (Capellan) (Capellan) (Capellan) DRRM (Disaster Risk (Capellan) Research in daily Life Research in daily Life 2 Research in daily Life 2 Research in daily Life 2 (Oliva) Humanities (Creative Writing/ Humanities (Creative Writing/ Humanities (Creative Writing/ Humanities (Creative Writing/ (Bello) (Bello) (Bello) (Bello)
  41. 41. CLASS PROGRAM Grade 12-Ponnessians 2nd Sem TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:30-11:30 FLAG CEREMONY Empowerment Empowerment Empowerment Empowerment Technologies Technologies Technologies Technologies (Jazul) ( Jazul) (Jazul) (Jazul) Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship (Jazul) ( Jazul) (Jazul) (Jazul) Inquiries, Physical Education Investigation, and and Health Immersion (Recreational (Bello) Activities) (Bello) Inquiries, Inquiries, Investigation, and Investigation, and Immersion Immersion (Bello) (Bello) Inquiries, Investigation, and Immersion (Bello) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 Social Science Social Science (Philippine Politics (Philippine Politics and Governance) and Governance) (Jazul) (Jazul) Social Science Social Science (Philippine Politics (Philippine Politics and Governance) and Governance) (Jazul) (Jazul)
  42. 42. TEACH ERS
  43. 43. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Ma. Rose R. Moracho Grade 7-Hammurabi Adviser TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY ARAL.PAN. 1 ARAL.PAN. 1 ARAL.PAN. 1 (7-NAPOLEONIC) (7-NAPOLEONIC) (7-NAPOLEONIC) RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS ARAL.PAN. 4 ARAL.PAN. 4 ARAL.PAN. 4 (10-CATHERINE) (10-CATHERINE) (10-CATHERINE) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 ARAL.PAN. 1 ARAL.PAN. 1 ARAL.PAN. 1 E.S.P E.S.P (7-HAMMURABI) (7-HAMMURABI) (7-HAMMURABI) (7-HAMMURABI) (7-HAMMURABI)
  44. 44. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Hannah T. Mahumot Grade 7-Napoleonic Adviser TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 (7-NAPOLEONIC) (7-NAPOLEONIC) (7-NAPOLEONIC) (7-NAPOLEONIC) RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS SCIENCE 1 SCIENCE 1 (7- HAMMURABI) (7- HAMMURABI) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 (9-ATHENS) (9-ATHENS) (9-ATHENS) (9-ATHENS) SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 SCIENCE 3 (9-SPARTA) (9-SPARTA) (9-SPARTA) (9-SPARTA)
  45. 45. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Ela Kate B. Cortes Grade 8-Versailles Adviser (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (8-Collossal) (8-Collossal) (8-Collossal) (8-Collossal) (7- Napoleonic) (7- Napoleonic) (7- Napoleonic) (7- Napoleonic) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 ENGLISH 2 LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1 ENGLISH 1
  46. 46. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Kenneth S. Salvatierra Grade 8-Collosal Adviser (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY MATH 2 MATH 2 MATH 2 MATH 2 RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS MATH 2 MATH 2 MATH 2 MATH 2 LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 ARAL. PAN-3 ARAL. PAN-3 ARAL. PAN-3
  47. 47. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Jericson Junel R. Vibas III Grade 9-Athens Adviser (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY T.L.E-2 T.L.E-2 T.L.E-2 T.L.E-2 RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS T.L.E-2 T.L.E-2 T.L.E-2 T.L.E-2 LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00
  48. 48. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Enrico C. Delapena Grade 9-Sparta Adviser (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY MATH-1 MATH-1 MATH-1 MATH-1 RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS MAPEH-3 MAPEH-3 MAPEH-3 MAPEH-3 LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 MATH-1 MATH-1 MATH-1 MATH-1 MAPEH-3 MAPEH-3 MAPEH-3 MAPEH-3
  49. 49. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Joey D. Piscador Grade 10-Cleopatra Adviser (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY FILIPINO-4 FILIPINO-4 FILIPINO-4 FILIPINO-4 FILIPINO-4 FILIPINO-4 FILIPINO-4 FILIPINO-4 RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS E.S.P-2 E.S.P-2 LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 ARAL.PAN-2 ARAL.PAN-2 ARAL.PAN-2
  50. 50. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Dominador Armado W. Quidato Jr. Grade 10-Catherine Adviser (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 MAPEH-2 MAPEH-2 MAPEH-2 MAPEH-2 MAPEH-2 MAPEH-2 MAPEH-2 MAPEH-2
  51. 51. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Nemia Eristitota A. Burlaos Filipino Teacher (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) (8-Collosal) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY FILIPINO-2 FILIPINO-2 FILIPINO-2 FILIPINO-2 RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS FILIPINO-1 FILIPINO-1 FILIPINO-1 FILIPINO-1 LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 FILIPINO-1 FILIPINO-1 FILIPINO-1 FILIPINO-1 FILIPINO-2 FILIPINO-2 FILIPINO-2 FILIPINO-2
  52. 52. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Marko Labrador Y. Galeno Filipino/Aral.Pan. Teacher TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS FILIPINO-3 FILIPINO-3 FILIPINO-3 FILIPINO-3 (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 FILIPINO-3 FILIPINO-3 FILIPINO-3 FILIPINO-3 (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) ARAL.PAN-4 ARAL.PAN-4 ARAL.PAN-4 (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra)
  53. 53. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Ma. Leonora Theresa P. Vidor E.S.P Teacher (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (10-Narra) (10-Narra) TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS E.S.P-4 E.S.P-4 LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 E.S.P-2 E.S.P-2 E.S.P-4 E.S.P-4
  54. 54. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Leonardo Bernardo S. Rapsing T.L.E Teacher TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY T.L.E-3 T.L.E-3 T.L.E-3 T.L.E-3 (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) T.L.E-3 T.L.E-3 T.L.E-3 T.L.E-3 (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00
  55. 55. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Theodoro C. De Lara English/MAPEH Teacher TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY MAPEH-4 MAPEH-4 MAPEH-4 MAPEH-4 (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS MAPEH-4 MAPEH-4 MAPEH-4 MAPEH-4 (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) ENGLISH-3 ENGLISH-3 ENGLISH-3 ENGLISH-3 (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 ENGLISH-3 ENGLISH-3 ENGLISH-3 ENGLISH-3 (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta)
  56. 56. TEACHER’S PROGRAM John Kimper P. Basas Science Teacher TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY SCIENCE-4 SCIENCE-4 SCIENCE-4 SCIENCE-4 (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS SCIENCE-4 SCIENCE-4 SCIENCE-4 SCIENCE-4 (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 SCIENCE-2 SCIENCE-2 SCIENCE-2 SCIENCE-2 (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) (8-Versailles) SCIENCE-2 SCIENCE-2 SCIENCE-2 SCIENCE-2 (8-Collossal) (8-Collossal) (8-Collossal) (8-Collossal)
  57. 57. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Rezelda O. Rodriguez T.L.E Teacher TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 T.L.E-4 T.L.E-4 T.L.E-4 T.L.E-4 (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) T.L.E-4 T.L.E-4 T.L.E-4 T.L.E-4 (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine) (10-Catherine)
  58. 58. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Jevee Lee D. Labastida Math Teacher TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY MATH-3 MATH-3 MATH-3 MATH-3 (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS MATH-3 MATH-3 MATH-3 MATH-3 (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) (9-Athens) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 MATH-4 MATH-4 MATH-4 MATH-4 (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra) (10-Cleopatra)
  59. 59. TEACHER’S PROGRAM Lito Manoloto P. Catoto T.L.E Teacher TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS T.L.E-1 T.L.E-1 T.L.E-1 T.L.E-1 (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 T.L.E-1 T.L.E-1 T.L.E-1 T.L.E-1 (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi)
  60. 60. TEACHER’S PROGRAM John Remar A. Balde MAPEH Teacher TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:15-7:30 7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30 9:30-9:40 9:40-10:40 10:40-11:40 FLAG CEREMONY RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS RECESS MAPEH-1 MAPEH-1 MAPEH-1 MAPEH-1 (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) (7-Hammurabi) LUNCH BREAK 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 3:00-4:00 E.S.P-3 E.S.P-3 (9-Sparta) (9-Sparta) MAPEH-1 MAPEH-1 MAPEH-1 (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic) (7-Napoleonic)
  61. 61. MATHEMATICS GRADE LEVEL SUBJECT DISCRIPTIONS GRADE7 The learner demonstrate understanding of key concepts and principles of numbers and number sense (sets and real number system); measurements (conversion of units of measurements); pattern and algebra (algebraic expression and properties and real numbers as applied in linear equation and equalities in one variable (; geometry ( sides and angles of polygons ); and statistics and probability (data collection and presentation, and measures the central tendency and variability ) as applied- using appropriate technology- in critical thinking, problem solving, reasoning, communicating, making connections, and decision in a real life. GRADE8 The learner demonstrate understanding of key concepts and principles of patterns and algebra (factors and polynomial, rational algebraic expression, linear equation and in inequalities of two variables, systems of linear equations and in equalities in two variables (; geometry (axiomatic structure of geometry, triangle congruence, inequalities of triangle, and parallel and perpendicular lines); and statistics and probability (probability of simple event) as applied- using appropriate technology- in critical thinking, problem solving, reasoning, communicating, making connection, and decision in a real life. GRADE9 The learner demonstrate understanding of key concepts and principles of patterns and algebra (quadratic equations and inequalities, quadratic function, rational algebraic equations, variations and radicals (; geometry (parallelograms and triangle similarities and basic concepts of trigonometry) as applied- using appropriate technology- in critical thinking, problem solving, reasoning, communicating, making connections, and decision in a real life. GRADE 10 The learner demonstrate understanding of key concepts and principle of patterns and algebra ( sequences, series, polynomials, polynomial equation, and polynomial functions); geometry (circles and coordinates geometry); and statistics and probability (combinatorics and probability, and measures of positions) as applied- using appropriate technology- in critical thinking, problem solving, reasoning, communicating, making connection, and decision in a real life.
  62. 62. CHAPTER GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 First Quarter Numbers and Number Sense- demonstrate understanding of key concepts of sets and real number system. Pattern and algebra- demonstrates understanding of key concepts of factors of polynomial, rational, algebraic expressions, linear equations, and inequalities of two variables, system of linear equation and inequalities in two variables and linear functions. Patterns and algebra- demonstrate understanding of key concept of quadratic equation, inequalities and function, and rational algebraic equations. Patterns and algebra- demonstrates understanding of key concept of sequences, polynomials and polynomial equation. Second Quarter Measurements- demonstrate the key concept of measurements. Pattern and algebra- demonstrate key concept of linear inequalities in two variables, systems of linear inequalities in two variables and linear functions. Pattern and algebra- demonstrates understanding concepts and variation and radicals. Pattern and algebra- demonstrate understanding of key concept of sequences, polynomial function Geometry- demonstrate understanding of key concept of circles and coordinates geometry.
  63. 63. Third Quarter Geometry- demonstrate of understanding of key concept of geometry of shapes and sizes, and geometric relationships. Geometry- demonstrate understanding of key concept of axiomatic structure of geometry and triangle congruence. Geometry- demonstrates understanding of key concept of quadrilateral (parallelograms, trapezoids, kites) and triangles similarity. Statistics and probability- demonstrates understandin g of key concept of combinatoric s and probability. Fourth Quarter Statistics and Probability- demonstrates understanding of key concepts, uses and importance of Statistics data collection and gathering and the different form of data representation, measures of central tendency, measures of variability, and probability. Geometry- demonstrate understanding of key concepts of inequalities in a triangle, and perpendicular lines. Geometry- demonstrates understanding of basic concepts of trigonometry. Statistic and probability- demonstrates understanding of key concept of measures of position.
  64. 64. ENGLISH GRADE DESCRIPTION 7 Demonstrate understanding of PRE-COLONIAL PHILIPPINE LITERATURE as a mean of connecting to the past; various reading style; ways of determining the sound of English and the prosodic features of speech, and correct subject-verb agreement, Philippine literature during the Period of Apprenticeship as a means of examining conflicts. Various purposeful listening and viewing strategies; difference between literal and figurative language ways to extract and condense information based on library sources ; verbal and non-verbal cues in oral communication; types of phrases, clauses, and sentences, Philippine Literature in the period of emergence as a too to assort once identity; strategies in listening to and viewing of informative and short narrative texts; word relationship and associations; informative speech forms; and use of direct reported speech, passive or active voice, simple past and past perfect tenses and sentence connectors and contemporary Philippine Literature as a means of responding to the demands of the global village; various extended text types; lexical and contextual cues; appropriate and polite oral language, stance, and behavior; and use of imperatives,prepositions verbs, and wh- questions. 8 Demonstrate understanding of; AFRICAN LITERATURE as a means of exploring forces that human beings contend with; various reading styles vis-à-vis purposes of reading; prosodic features that serves as carriers of meaning; ways by which information may be recognized, related, and delivered orally; and parallel structures and cohesive devices in presenting information, East Asian Literature as an art form inspired and influenced by nature; relationship of visual, sensory, and verbal signals in both literary and expository texts; strategies in listening to long descriptive and narrative texts value of literal and figurative language; and appropriate grammatical signals or expressions suitable to patterns of idea development, South east Asian Literature as mirror to a shared heritage; coping strategies in processing textual information; strategies in examining features of a listing and a viewing material; structure analysis of words and propaganda technique; and grammatical signals for opinion- making, persuasion, and emphasis in South and West Asian Literature as an expression of philosophical and religious beliefs; formation flow in various text types; reality, fantasy, and opinion in listening and viewing materials; word decoding strategies; and use of information sources, active or passive construction direct reported speech, perfect tense and logical connectors and journalistic writing. 9 Demonstrate understanding of how ANGLO-AMERICAN LITERATURE and other text types as means enhancing the self; also how to use processing, assessing, summarizing information, word derivation and formation strategies, appropriate word order, punctuation marks and interjections to enable him or her to participate actively in speech choir; how Anglo-American Literature and other texts types serve as means of valuing other people; also how to use processing information strategies, different forms of adverbs and conditionals of him or her to play an active part in a chamber theartre presentation; how Anglo- American Literature and other texts type serve as means of connecting to the world. Also how to use ways of analyzing one- act play and different forms of verbal for him/her to skillfully perform in a one-act play; and communicative competence through his or her understanding of British- Chief American Literature, including Philippine Literature and other text type for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other country; of how Anglo-American Literature and other texts types serve as means preserving unchanging world; also how to use the feature of a full-length play, tense consistency, modals, active and passive constructions plus direct and indirect speech to enable him or her competently performs in a full-length play. 10 Demonstrate understanding of how WORLD LITERATURES and other texts types serve as vehicles of expressing and resolving complex among individuals or group, also how to use strategies in critical reading, listening, and viewing, and affirmation and negation markers to deliver impromptu and extemporaneous speeches; understanding of how world literatures and other text types serve as vehicles of expressing and resolving conflicts among individuals or groups; also how to use evaluative reading, listing and viewing strategies, special speeches of occasion pronouns and structures of medication; and understanding of how world literature and other texts types serve as instruments to resolve social conflicts also how to use the language of campaign and advocacies.
  65. 65. FIRST QUARTER The learners understanding of: pre- colonial Philippine literature as a means of connecting to the past; various reading styles; ways of determining word meaning; the sounds of English and the prosodic features of speech; and correct subject-verb agreement. The learner demonstrates understanding of; African Literature as a means of exploring forces that human beings contend with; various styles vis-a vis purpose of reading; prosodic features serve as carries of meaning; ways by which information may be organized, related, and related, and delivered orally; and parallel structures and cohesive devices in presenting information. The learners demonstrate of: how Anglo- American Literature and other text types serve as means of enhancing the self; also how to use processing, summarizing information, word derivation and formation strategies, appropriate word order, punctuation marks and interjections to enable him/her to participate actively in a speech choir. The learners demonstrates understanding of how literatures and other text types serve as vehicles of expressing and resolving conflicts among individuals or a group also how to use strategies in critical reading, listening, and viewing, and affirmation and negation markers to deliver impromptu and extemporaneous speeches. SECOND QUARTER The learner demonstrates understanding of: Philippine Literature during the Period of Apprenticeship as a means of examining conflicts; various purposeful listening and viewing strategies; difference between literal and figurative language;ways to extract and condense information based on and non-verbal cues in oral communication; and types of phrases, clause, and sentences. The learners demonstrates understanding of; East Asian Literature as an art form inspired and influenced by nature; relationship of visual, sensory, and verbal signals in both literary and expository text; strategies in to listening long descriptive and narrative text; value of literal and figurative language; and appropriate grammatical signals or expressions suitable to patterns of idea development. The learner demonstrates understanding of: how Anglo-American literature and other text types serve as means of valuing other people; also how to use processing information strategies, different forms of adverbs and conditionals for him/her to play an active part in a Chamber Theatre presentation. The learner demonstrates understanding of how world literatures and other text types serve as vehicle of expressing and resolving conflicts among individuals or groups; also how to use strategies in critical reading, listening, and affirmation and negation markers to deliver impromptu and extemporaneous speeches.
  66. 66. THIRD QUARTER The learner demonstrate understanding of: contemporary Philippine literature in the period of emergence as a tool to assert one’s identity; strategies and listening to and viewing of informative and short narrative texts; word relationship and association; informative speech forms; and use of direct/ reported speech, passive/ active voice, simple past and past perfect tenses, and sentence connectors. The learner demonstrates understanding of: South east Asian literature as mirror to a shared heritage; coping strategies and processing textual information; strategies in examining features of a listening and viewing material; structural analysis of word and propaganda technique; and grammatical signals for opinion-making, persuasion, and emphasis. The learner demonstrates understanding of: how Anglo-American Literature and other text types serve as means of connecting to the world; also how to use of analyzing one-act play and different forms of verbal for him/her to skillfully perform in a one-act play. The learner demonstrates understanding of how world literature and other text types serve as sources of wisdom in expressing and resolving conflicts among individual, groups and nature; also how to use evaluative reading, listening and viewing strategies, special speeches for occasion, pronouns and structures of modification. FOURTH QUARTER The learner demonstrates understanding of: Philippine literature as a means of responding to the demand of the global village; various extended text types; lexical and contextual cues, appropriate and polite oral,stance,and behavior; and use of imperatives, prepositions, verbs, and wh-questions. The learner demonstrate understanding of South and West Asian literature as an expression of philosophical and religious beliefs; information flow in various text types; reality, fantasy, and opinion in listening and viewing materials; word doing strategies ; and use of information sources ,active/ passive constructions, direct/reported speech, perfect tense, and logical connectors in journalistic writing. The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understanding of British- American Literature, including Philippine Literature and other text types for deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries; of how Anglo- American Literature and other text types serve as a means of preserving an changing values in a changing world; also how to use the features of a full- length, tense consistency modals, active and passive construction plus direct and indirect speech to enable him/her competently The learner demonstrate understanding of how world literature and other text types serve as instruments to resolve social conflicts, also how to use the language of research, campaign and advocacies.
  67. 67. FILIPINO PAMANTAYAN SA BAWAT BAITANG G7 Pagkatapos ng ikapitong baiting, maipapamalas ng mag-aaral ang kakayahang kumunikatibo, mapanuring pag-iisip at pag-uunawa at pagpapahalagang pampanitikan. gamit ang teknolohiya at iba’t-ibang uri ng teksto at akdang pampantikan rehiyonal upang maipagmalaki ang sariling kultura, gayun din ang iba’t-ibang kulturang panrelihiyon. G8 Pagkatapos ng ikawalong baiting, naipamamalas ng mag-aaral komunikatibo, mapanuring pag- iisip at pag-uunawa at pagpapahalagang pampanitikan gamit ang teknolohiya at iba’t-ibang uri ng teksto at akdang pampantikang pambansa upang maipagmalaki ang kulturang Pilipino. G9 Pagkatapos ng ikasiyam baiting, naipamamalas ng mag-aaral komunikatibo, mapanuring pag- iisip at pag-uunawa at pagpapahalagang pampanitikan gamit ang teknolohiya at iba’t-ibang uri ng teksto at saling akda asyano upang mapatibay ang pagkakakilanlang asyano. G10 Pagkatapos ng ikasampung baiting, naipamamalas ng mag-aaral komunikatibo, mapanuring pag-iisip at pag-uunawa at pagpapahalagang pampanitikan gamit ang teknolohiya at iba’t-ibang uri ng teksto at saling akdang-pandaigdig tungo sa pagkakaroon ng kamalayang global.
  68. 68. G 7 G 8 G 9 G 10 UNANG MARKAHAN TEMA Mga Akdang Pampanitikan; Salamin ng Mindanao. PAMANTAYANG PANGNILALAMAN Naipamamalas ng mag- aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga akdang pampanitikan ng Mindanao. PAMANTAYAN SA PAGGANAP Naisasagawa ng mag-aaral ang isang makatotohanang proyektong pan turismo. PANITIKAN Kwentong bayan, pabula, epiko, maikling kwento, dula GRAMATIKA Mga pahayag na nagbibigay ng mga patunay; Mga ekspresyon ng posibilidad; Pang ugnay na ginagamit sa pagbibigay ng sanhi at bunga; Pang ugnay na ginagamit sa Panghihikayat; Pang ugnayna ginagamit sa pagpapahayag ng saloobin; Mga Retorikal na pang ugnay; Mga pangungusap na walang tiyak na paksa. TEMA Salamin ng kahapon. Bakasin natin ngayon PAMANTAYANG PANGNILALAMAN Naipapamalas ang mag-aaral ng pag-unawa sa mga akdang pampanitikan sa panahon ng mga katutubo; Espanyol at hapon PAMANTAYAN SA PAGGANAP Nabubuo ang isang makatotohanang proyektong panturismo PANITIKAN Karunungang-bayan (salawikain, sawikain, kasabihan), alamat epiko, tula (kabilang ang haiku/ senryu ng hapon) GRAMATIKA Paghahambing; Mga eupemistikong pahayag; Mga hudyat ng sanhi at bunga ng mga pangyayari; mga pahayag sa pagaayos ng datos. TEMA Mga akdang pampanitikan ng timog silangang asya. PAMANTAYANG PANGNILALAMAN Naipamamalas ang mag- aaral ng pag-unawa at pag papahalaga sa mga akdang pampanitikan ng timog- silanang asya. PAMANTAYAN SA PAGGAANAP Ang mag-aaral ay naka pagsasagawa ng malikhang paghihikayat tungkol sa isang book fair ng mga akda pampanitikan ng timog- silangang asya PANITIKAN Maikling kwento, nobela, tula, sanaysay, at dula GRAMATIKA Mga pang-ugnay sa pagsusunod-sunod ng mga pangyayari; mga ekspresyon sa pagpapahayag ng opinion/pananaw; mga paraan ng pagpapahayag ng emosyon; mga ekspresyon sa paglalahad ng katotohanan. TEMA Panitikang Mediterranean PAMANTAYANG PANGNILALAMIN Naipamamalas ng mag- aaral ang pag-unawa at pagpapahalaga sa mga akdang pampanitikan PAMANTAYAN SA PAGGANAP Ang mag-aaral ay nakabubuo ng kritikal na pagsususri sa mga isinagagawang critique tungkol sa alinmang akdang pampanitikan medeteranian PANITIKAN Mitolohiya , parabua, sanaysay, epiko, tula, maikling kwento, nobela,(isang kabanata) GRAMATIKA Paggamit ng pandiwa bilang aksiyon, pangyayari at karanasan; mga pang-ugnay sa pagsalaysay; pagsusuri sa gamit ng pananaw sa isang pahayag; mga hudyat sa pagsunod- sunod ng mga pngyayari; panghalip bilang panuring; mga pahayag ng ginagamit, sa paguugnay ng mga
  69. 69. ARALING PANLIPUNAN Grade 7 Naipapamalas ang matalim na pagunawa at pagpapahalaga sa kamalayan sa heograpiya, kasaysayan, kultura, lipunan, pamahalaan at ekonomiya ng mga bansa sa relihiyon tungo sa pagbubuo ng pangkakakilanlang asyano at mgkakatuwang napag-unla at pagharap sa hamon ng asya. Grade 8 Naipapamalas ang malalim na pagunawa at pagpapahalaga sa samasamang pagkilos at pagtungon sa mga pandaigdigang hamon sa sangkataohan sa kabila ng malawak na pagkakaiba ng heograpiya, kasaysayan, kultura, lipunan, pamahalaan at ekonomiya tungo sa pagkakaroon ng mapayapa, maunlad at matatag na kinabukasan. Grade 9 Naipamamalas ang malalim na pagunawa at pagapahalaga sa mga pangunahing kaisipan at napapanahong isyu sa ekonomiks gamit ang mga kasanayan at pagpapahalaga ng mga disiplinang panlipunan tungo sa paghubog ng mamamayanang mapanauri, mapagnilay, mapanagutan, makakalikasan, produktibo, makatarungan, at makataong mamamayan ng bansa at daigdig. Grade 10 Naipamamalas ang malalim na pagunawa at pagpapahalaga sa mga kontemporaryong isyu at hamong pangekonomiya, pangkalikasan, pampulitika, karapatang pantao, pangedukasyon at pananagutang sibiko at pangkamamayan sa kinahaharap ng mga bansa sa kasalukuyang panahon gamit ang mga kasanayang pagsisiyasat, pagsusuri ng datos at iba’t-ibang sanggunian, pagsasaliksik, mapanuring pagiisip, mabisang kommunikasyon at matalinong pagpapasya.
  70. 70. G 7 G 8 G 9 G 10 UNANG MARKAHAN Heograpiya ng Asyano. Naipapamalas ng mag- aaral ang pagunawa sa kapaligiran at sa tao sa paghubog ng sinaunang kabihasnang asyano. Heograpiya at sinaunang daigdig. Naipamamalas ang pagunawa sa interaksyon ng tao sa kanyang kapaligiran ng nagbigay ng daan sa pagusbong ng mga sinaunang kabihasnan na nagkaloob ng mga pamanang humubog sa pamumuhay sa kasalukuyang henerasyon. Mga pangunahing konsepto ng ekonomiks; batayan ng matalinong paggamit ng pinangkukunang yaman tungo sa paggamit ng kaunlaran. Pagunawa sa mga pangunahing konsepto ng ekonomiks bilang batayan ng matalinong at maunlad na pangaraw-araw na pamumuhay. Mga isyung pangkapaligiran at pangekonomiya pagunawa sa sanhi at implikasyon ng mga lokal at pandaigdigan isyung pangekonomiya tungo sa paggamit ng pambansang kaunlaran. IKALAWANG MARKAHAN Sinaunang kabihasnan sa asya hanggang sa ika-16 siglo. Naipapamalas ng magaaral ang paguunawa sa mga kaisipang asyano, pilosopiya at relihiyon na nagbibogay daan sa paghubog ng sinaunang kabihasnan sa asya at pagbuo ng pagkakilanlang asyano Ang daigdig sa klaseko at transisyonal na panahon. Naipapamalas ang pagunawa sa kontribusyon ng mga nangyayari sa klasikong at transisyonal na panahaon sa pagbuo at pagkahubog sa pagkakilanlan ng mga bansa at relihiyon sa daigdig Maykroekonomiks pagunawa sa mga pangunahing ugnayan ng pwersa ng demand at suplay, at sa sistema ng mga pamilihan bilang batayan ng matalinong pagdidisisyon ng kalakal tungo sa pambansang kaunlaran. Sinaunang Kabihasnan sa Asya hanggang sa ika-16 na siglo naipapamalas ng magaaral ang pagunawa ng mga kaisipang asyano, pilosopiya at relihiyon na nagbibigay daan sa paghubog ng sinaunang kabihasnan sa asya at pagbuo ng pagkakakilanlan asyano.
  71. 71. IKATLONG MARKAHAN Ang timog at kaunlarang Asya sa transisyonal at makibagong panahon (ika-16 na siglo hanggang ika-20 na siglo)naipapamalas ng magaaral ang pagunawa sa pagbabago, pagunalad at pagpapatuloy sa timog at kanlurang asya sa transisyonal at makabagong panahon (ika-16 hanggang ika-20 na siglo) Ang pagusbong ng makabagong daigdig; transpormasyon tungo sa pagbuo ng pandaigdigan kamalayan. Naipapamalas ng magaaral ang pagunawa sa nanging transport,asyon tungo sa makabagong panahon ng mga bansa at relihiyon sa daigdig bunsod ng paglaganap ng mga kaisipan sa agham, politika, at ekonomiya tungo sa pagbuo ng pandaigdigan kamalayan. Makroekonomiks. Naipapamalas ng magaaral ang paguunawa sa mga pangunahing kaalaman tungkol sa pambansang ekonomiya bilang bahagi sa pagpapabuti ng pamumuhay sa kapwa mamamayan sa pambansang kaunlaran. Ang timog at kaunlarang asya sa transisyonal at makabagong panahon (ika-16 hanggang ika-20 na siglo). Naipapamalas ng magaaral ang pagunawa sa pagbabago, pagunlad ng pagpapatuloy sa timog at kanlurang asya sa transisyonal at makabagong panahon (ika-16 hanggang ika-20 na siglo). IKAAPAT NA MARKAHAN Ang silangan at timog silangang asya sa tadisyonal at makabagong panahon (ika-16 hanggang ika-20 na siglo). Napapahalagahan ang pagtugod ng mga asyano sa mga hamun ng pagbabago, pagunlad at pagpapatuloy ng silangan at timog silangan asya sa trdisyonal at makabagong panahon (ika-16 hanggang ika-20 na siglo). Kontemporaryong Daigdig (ika-16 hanggang ika-20 na siglo). Hanggang kasalukuyan; mga suliraning hamon tungo sa pandaigdigan kapayapaan, pagkakaisa, pagtutulungan at kaunlaran. Naipapamalas ng magaaral ang pagunawa sa kahalagahan ng pakikipagugnayan at sama- samang pagkilos sa kontemporaryog daigdig tungo sadaigdigang kapayapaan, pagkakaisa, pagtutulungan at kaunlaran Mga sektor pang- ekonomiya at mga patakarang pang- ekonomiya at mga patakarang pang- ekonomiya nito. Pagunawa sa mga sektor ng ekomo,iya at patakarang pang ekonomiya nito sa harap ng mga hamon pwersa at tungo sa pambansang pagsulong at pagunlad Mga isyung pangedukasyon at pansibiko at pang mamamayan (cibics and citizenship) Pagunawa sa kahalagahan ng edukasyon tungo sa ikabubuti ng kalidad ng pamumuhay ng tao, pagnanatili ng kaayusang panlipunan, pang-unlad ng bansa.
  72. 72. MAPEH Our world of Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) develops young learners potential in music, visual arts, performing arts, and sports.QUARTER GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 FIRST QUARTER MUSIC Unit 1 Basic elements of Music Unit 2 Expressive Elements and Layers of Music Unit 3 Timbre and Structure of Music Unit 4 Philippine Music; Music of the Indigenous Cultural Communities. MUSIC Unit 1 Southeast Asian Music Unit 2 Music of the Asia Unit 3 Music of Southern and Western Asia Unit 4 Asian Theater Form MUSIC Unit 1 Renaissance (1400-1600) and Baroque (1600-1750) Period Unit 2 The Classical Period Unit 3 The Romantic Period Unit 4 Opera Music MUSIC Unit 1 Post Romantic and 2oth Century Music(1900-presents) Unit 2 Popular Music Unit 3 Contemporary Philippine Music Unit 4 Music and Media SECOND QUARTER ARTS Unit 1 The Component of Visual Arts Unit 2 Capturing Images Through New Media Unit 3 Capturing Images, Forming Found Object Unit 4 Visual Arts in the Philippine Drama and Festivals ARTS Unit 1 The Thread that binds Asian Culture Unit 2 The Breadth of Art in Asian Life Unit3 Print and Mixed Media Art in Asia Unit 4 3D Art that occupies Space in Asia ARTS Unit 1 Art Science in the mode of the Romantic and the Baroque Periods Unit 2 The Neo-Classical Period and its Artwork Unit 3 The Romantic Period Unit 4 The World of Western Theater ARTS Unit 1 Photography Unit 2 Film and Animation Unit 3 Product and Design THIRD QUARTER PHYSICAL EDUCATION Unit 1 Making Physical Fitness a way of life Unit 2 Taking Pride in Individual Games Unit 3 Indulging in dual sports Unit 4 Celebrating Traditional through Folk Dance PHYSICAL EDUCATION Unit 1 Taking Charge of one’s Physical Fitness Unit 2 Team Sports Unit 3 Recreational∕ Alternatives Activities Unit 4 Philippine folk Dances with Asian Influences PHYSICAL EDUCATION Unit 1 Promoting Fitness for a Healthy Lifestyle Unit 2 Getting into Team Sports Unit 3 Lets Head to the Great Outdoor! Unit 4 Social Dancing and your community PHYSICAL EDUCATION Unit 1 Lifelong Fitness and Physical Activity Habits Unit 2 Sports Leaderships Unit 3 Recreational Leaderships Unit 4 Other Dance Form FOURTH QUARTER HEALTH Unit 1 Fostering Human Development Unit 2 The Proper Amount of Nourishment and Energy Unit 3 Prevention and Control HEALTH Unit 1 Personal Health Unit 2 Sexuality and Family Health Unit 3 Disease Prevention and Control HEALTH Unit 1 Safety and First Aid Unit 2 Substance Use and Abuse Unit 3 Consumer Health Unit 4 Consumer Health HEALTH Unit 1 Safety and First Aid Unit 2 Family Health Unit 3 Health Trends, Issues and Concerns Unit 4 Health Trends, Issues and Concerns
  73. 73. SCIENCE GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 FIRST QUARTER/FIRST GRADING PERIOD Matter The investigatory Process . Ways of acquiring knowledge and solving problems Diversity of Materials in the Environment . Solutions . Acids and bases . Substances and Mixtures .Metals and non- metals Matter Particulate Nature of Matter Atomic Structure .Subatomic particles .Formation of Ions .Formula of common ions Periodic tables of elements . Development of the PT .Arrangement of elements . Reactive and nonreactive metals Matter Chemical Bonding . Metallic bonding . Ionic and covalent bonding The variety of Carbon Compounds Mole concept Matter Motion, Relative Distances bwt, Gas particles, Structure of Biomolecules, Chemical Reactions
  74. 74. GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 SECOND QUARTER/SECOND GRADING PERIOD Living Things and their Environment Parts and functions . Microscopy . Animal and plant cells . Microorganisms: fungi,Protist, and Bacteria Heredity, Inheritance and Variation -Asexual reproduction in different organisms . Sexual reproduction . Union of egg cell and sperm cell during fertilization -offspring are bio,logically similar to the parents but not identical interactions - Components of an Ecosystem: biotic and abiotic - Ecological relationship: -Producers and consumers - Symboitic relationships: competition, predation, -transfer of energy through trophic levels Living Things and their Environment Structures and Functions Focus on the digestive system . Organs of the digestive system . Chemical changes in food as it undergoes digestion brought about by gastric juices and digestive enzymes .Deseases resulting from nutrienf defeciency and ingestion of harmful substances . Prevention,detection and treatment of deseases of the digestive system . Contemporary health issues that promote proper nutrition and overall wellness . Hereditary: Inheritance and variations of treats . Organelles of the cell involved in cell division . Stages of mitosis . Stages of miosis -Oogenesis -Spermatogenesis Biodiversity -Species diversity -Hierarchical taxonomic system of species -Protection and Conservation of rare and economically important species interacrions -Transformat Ion of energy -Biogeochemical cycles -water cyce -oxygen-carbon cycle -nitrogen cycle -Impact of human activities in an ecosystem Living things and their Environment Respiratory and Circulatory Systems Working with the other organ system Hereditary: Inheritance and Variation -Haploid number of chrosomes in gametes -Location of genes in chromosomes -Restoration of the diploid number of chromosomes in the offspring through fertilization -Expression of the genetic information as physical traits in the offspring Life energy -From light energy to chemical energy of food -Stucture and functions of plants parts and organelles involved in photosynthesis - Photosynthesis - Light dependent reactions - Light independenr reactions and synthesis of glucose -Generation of chemical energy (ATP) through respiration -Structure and function of mitochondrion as the main organelle involved cellular respiration _Aerobic respiration _Anaerobic respiration Interactions Living Thing and their Environment Organisms ashaving feedback mechaniss, which are coordinatedby nervous and endocrine system How Evolution through natural selection can result in biodiversity Ecosystem as being capable of supporting a limited number of organisms
  75. 75. GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 THIRD QUARTER/ THIRD GRADING PERIOD Forece, Motionand Energy Constant and uniformly accelerated Motions -Motion ofbjectives in terms of displacement, speed or velocity, and acceleration -Motion Detectors Waves. -Transverse vs.Longitudinal Waves -Mechanical vs electromagnetic waves Sound -Characteristics of waves sound -Characteristics of Sound light -Characteristic of Sound light: Heat -Heat transfer Electricity -Charges -Charging processes Force, Motion and Energy Laws of Motion -Law of Inertia -Law of Acceleration -Law of interaction Work Power and Energy -Layman definition of work vs mechanical work -Situations where work is done and where work is not done Sound Light Heat Electricity and Magnetism Force, Motion and Energy Projectile Motion -Motion in two dimention -impulse and Momentum -Elastic and inelastic collision Work Power and Energy -Changes in form of mechanical energy -Conservation of energy Sound -Resonance -Interferences -Waves and Building designs Light -Motion of light -transparent, translucent or opaque materials Heat -Natural heat transfer -Heat loss through conduction, convection or radiation -Preventing heat transfer Electricity and magnetism -Electromagnetic effects Force, Motion and Energy Center of Mass and Equilibrium Characteristics of Fluids and solids waves Sound Light Electricity and Magnetism -Transmission of energy -Power generation and energy loses
  76. 76. GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 FOURTH QUARTER/ FOURTH GRADING PERIOD Earth and Space The Philippine Archipelago -location of the Philippines in relation to continents and oceans using a coordinate system -Physical features of the Philippines -Protection and conservation of natural resources Interaction in the Atmosphere -land and sea breezes -Monsoons -Intertropical convergence zone -Ozone depletion -Greenhouse effect Seasons in the Philippines Ralation of seasons to the position of the Sun in the sky -Causes of season Eclipses Earth and Space Earthquakes and Faults -Active and inactive faults -How movements along faults generate earthquakes -earthquake focus and epicentres -intensity and magnitude -Earthquake preparation -How earthquake waves provide information about the interior of the Earth. Understanding Typhoons -How typhoons develop -Why the Philippines is prone to typhoons -How landforms and bodies of water affects -Philippine Area of Responsibility Other Members of the Solar System -Comets Earth and Space Volcanoesand the Interior of the Earth -Active and Inactive volcanoes -Different types of volcanoes -What happens when Volcanoes erupt -Energy form volcanoes -How volcanoes provide information about the interior of the earth. Climate -Factors that climate -Global climate phenomenon Constellations -Characteristics of star. -Arrangement of star in a group -Changing position of constellations doing the night and the year -Belief and practices about constellations and astrrology Earh and Space Plate Tectonics -Volcanoes, earthquake epicenters, and mountain ranges -Their relationship to the plate boundaries
  77. 77. GRADE/YEAR LEVEL SUBJECT DESCRPTION Grade 7 Learners will recognize the system of classification of matters through semi-guided investigations but emphasizing the fair testing. Learners will describe what makes up the Philippines as a whole and the resources found in the archipelago. They will explain the occurrence of breezes, monsoons, and ITCZ and how these weather systems affect people. Using concepts in the previous grade, learners will demonstrate why the seasons change and how eclipses occur. Learner will describe the motion of objects in terms of distance and speed and represent this in tables, graphs, charts, and equations. They will also investigate how various forms of energy travel through different media. After studying how organ system works together in plants and animals in the lower grades, learners will now observe very small organisms and structures using microscope. They will understand that living things are organized into different level; cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organism. These organisms comprise populations and communities which interact with non-living things in ecosystems. Grade 8 Learners will now recognize reproduction as process of cell division resulting in growth of organisms. They will also deal deeper into the process of digestion studied in the lower grades giving emphasis on proper nutrition for over- all wellness. This will lead them to participate in activities that will protect and conserve economically important species used for food. Learners will explain the behavior of matter in terms of the particles it is made of. They will also recognize that ingredients in food and medical products are made up of these particles and are absorbed by the body in the form of ions. Learners will explain how active faults generate earthquakes and how tropical cyclones originate from warm ocean waters. They will also learn about the other members of the solar system. Learners will investigate the effects of some factors on the motion of an objects based on the laws of Motion. They will also differentiate the concept of work as used in science and in lay man’s language. They will also learn about factors that affect the transfer of energy such as the molecular structure of the medium and temperature difference. . Grade 9 After learning about the digestive system, learners will now expand their knowledge to a deeper understanding of the respiratory and circulatory system to promote over- all health. They will also learned about some technologies that will introduce desires traits in economically important of plants and animals. Learners will explain how mew materials are formed when atoms are re-arrange. They will also recognize that a wide variety of useful compounds may arise from such re-arrangements. Learners will identify volcanoes in the community or region and distinguish between active and inactive ones. They will also how energy from volcanoes maybe tapped for human used. Learners will also learn about climatic phenomena that occur on a global scale. They will also explain why certain constellations can be seen only at a certain times of the year. Learners will predict the outcomes of interaction among objects in real life applying the laws of conservation of energy and momentum. Grade 10 Learners will now complete the study of the entire organisms with their deeper study of the excretory and reproductive systems. They will also explain in greater detail how genetic information is passed from parents to offspring and how diversity of species increases the probability of adaptation and survival in changing environments. Learners will recognize the importance of controlling the conditions under which a phenomenon or reaction occurs. They will also recognize that cells and tissues of the human body are made up water, a few kinds of ions, and bio-molecules. These biomolecules may also be found in the food they eat. Learners will show that volcanoes and earthquakes occur in the same places in the world and that these are related to plate boundaries. Learners will also demonstrate ways to ensure safety and reduce damage during earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions. Learners will investigate factors that affects the balance and stability of an object to in able them to practice appropriate positions and movements to achieve efficiency and safety such as in sports and dancing. They will also analyze situations where energy is harnessed for
  78. 78. EDUKASYON SA PAGPAPAKATAOBAITANG PAMANTAYAN Grade 7 Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga angkop na inaasahang kakayahan at kilos sa panahon ng pagdadalaga/pagbibinata, kakayahan at talento, hilig at pagkatao ng tao tungo sa pagtupad ng mga tungkulin sa sarili, sa kapwa, sa bansa/digdig, at sa Diyos at pagtatakda ng mithiin upang mapanagutan ang kahihintnan ng mga pasya at kilos. Grade 8 Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag unawa sa layunin at kahalagahan ng pamilya at pakikipagkapwa upang maging mapanagutan sa pakikipag-ugnayan sa iba tungo sa makabuluhang buhay sa lipunan. Grade 9 Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga konsepto tungkol sa lipiunan at paggawa bilang paglilingkod tungo sa tamang pagpili ng kurso o hanap buhay na magiging makabuluhan at kapaki-pakinabang sa kanya at sa lipunan. Grade 10 Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mbga konsepto tungkol sa pagkatao ng tao, makataong kilos, pagpapahalagang moral at mga isyung mora;l at nagpapasya at kumikilos ng may presensya sa kabutihan upang maging matatag sa gitna ng mga isyung moral at impluwensya ng kapaligiran.
  79. 79. SCIENCE GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 FIRSTQUARTER/ FIRST GRADING PERIOD Matter The investigatory Process . Ways of acquiring knowledge and solving problems Diversity of Materials in the Environment . Solutions . Acids and bases . Substances and Mixtures .Metals and non- metals Matter Particulate Nature of Matter Atomic Structure .Subatomic particles .Formation of Ions .Formula of common ions Periodic tables of elements . Development of the PT .Arrangement of elements . Reactive and nonreactive metals Matter Chemical Bonding . Metallic bonding . Ionic and covalent bonding The variety of Carbon Compounds Mole concept Matter Motion, Relative Distances bwt, Gas particles, Structure of Biomolecules, Chemical Reactions
  80. 80. GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 SECOND QUARTER/SECOND GRADING PERIOD Living Things and their Environment Parts and functions . Microscopy . Animal and plant cells . Microorganisms: fungi,Protist, and Bacteria Heredity, Inheritance and Variation -Asexual reproduction in different organisms . Sexual reproduction . Union of egg cell and sperm cell during fertilization -offspring are bio,logically similar to the parents but not identical interactions - Components of an Ecosystem: biotic and abiotic - Ecological relationship: -Producers and consumers - Symboitic relationships: competition, predation, -transfer of energy through trophic levels Living Things and their Environment Structures and Functions Focus on the digestive system . Organs of the digestive system . Chemical changes in food as it undergoes digestion brought about by gastric juices and digestive enzymes .Deseases resulting from nutrienf defeciency and ingestion of harmful substances . Prevention,detection and treatment of deseases of the digestive system . Contemporary health issues that promote proper nutrition and overall wellness . Hereditary: Inheritance and variations of treats . Organelles of the cell involved in cell division . Stages of mitosis . Stages of miosis -Oogenesis -Spermatogenesis Biodiversity -Species diversity -Hierarchical taxonomic system of species -Protection and Conservation of rare and economically important species interacrions -Transformat Ion of energy -Biogeochemical cycles -water cyce -oxygen-carbon cycle Living things and their Environment Respiratory and Circulatory Systems Working with the other organ system Hereditary: Inheritance and Variation -Haploid number of chrosomes in gametes -Location of genes in chromosomes -Restoration of the diploid number of chromosomes in the offspring through fertilization -Expression of the genetic information as physical traits in the offspring Life energy -From light energy to chemical energy of food -Stucture and functions of plants parts and organelles involved in photosynthesis - Photosynthesis - Light dependent reactions - Light independenr reactions and synthesis of glucose -Generation of chemical energy (ATP) through respiration -Structure and function of mitochondrion as the main organelle involved cellular respiration _Aerobic respiration _Anaerobic respiration Interactions -Decomposition -Nutrient cycling Population Growth and carrying capacity Living Thing and their Environment Organisms ashaving feedback mechaniss, which are coordinatedby nervous and endocrine system How Evolution through natural selection can result in biodiversity Ecosystem as being capable of supporting a limited number of organisms
  81. 81. GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 THIRD QUARTER/ THIRD GRADING PERIOD Forece, Motionand Energy Constant and uniformly accelerated Motions -Motion ofbjectives in terms of displacement, speed or velocity, and acceleration -Motion Detectors Waves. -Transverse vs.Longitudinal Waves -Mechanical vs electromagnetic waves Sound -Characteristics of waves sound -Characteristics of Sound light -Characteristic of Sound light: Heat -Heat transfer Electricity -Charges -Charging processes Force, Motion and Energy Laws of Motion -Law of Inertia -Law of Acceleration -Law of interaction Work Power and Energy -Layman definition of work vs mechanical work -Situations where work is done and where work is not done Sound Light Heat Electricity and Magnetism Force, Motion and Energy Projectile Motion -Motion in two dimention -impulse and Momentum -Elastic and inelastic collision Work Power and Energy -Changes in form of mechanical energy -Conservation of energy Sound -Resonance -Interferences -Waves and Building designs Light -Motion of light -transparent, translucent or opaque materials Heat -Natural heat transfer -Heat loss through conduction, convection or radiation -Preventing heat transfer Electricity and magnetism Force, Motion and Energy Center of Mass and Equilibrium Characteristics of Fluids and solids waves Sound Light Electricity and Magnetism -Transmission of energy -Power generation and energy loses
  82. 82. GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 FOURTH QUARTER/ FOURTH GRADING PERIOD Earth and Space The Philippine Archipelago -location of the Philippines in relation to continents and oceans using a coordinate system -Physical features of the Philippines -Protection and conservation of natural resources Interaction in the Atmosphere -land and sea breezes -Monsoons -Intertropical convergence zone -Ozone depletion -Greenhouse effect Seasons in the Philippines Ralation of seasons to the position of the Sun in the sky -Causes of season Eclipses -Solar eclipse Earth and Space Earthquakes and Faults -Active and inactive faults -How movements along faults generate earthquakes -earthquake focus and epicentres -intensity and magnitude -Earthquake preparation -How earthquake waves provide information about the interior of the Earth. Understanding Typhoons -How typhoons develop -Why the Philippines is prone to typhoons -How landforms and bodies of water affects -Philippine Area of Responsibility Other Members of the Solar System -Comets -Meteors -Asteroids Earth and Space Volcanoesand the Interior of the Earth -Active and Inactive volcanoes -Different types of volcanoes -What happens when Volcanoes erupt -Energy form volcanoes -How volcanoes provide information about the interior of the earth. Climate -Factors that climate -Global climate phenomenon Constellations -Characteristics of star. -Arrangement of star in a group -Changing position of constellations doing the night and the year -Belief and practices Earh and Space Plate Tectonics -Volcanoes, earthquake epicenters, and mountain ranges -Their relationship to the plate boundaries
  83. 83. TECHNOLOGY LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY-COMPUTER HARDWARE SERVICING GRADE/LEVEL SUBJECT DESCRIPTION GRADE 7/8 This is an exploratory and introductory course which leads to a Computer Hardware Servicing National Certificate Level II(NC II).It covers five common competencies that a grade 7/grade 8 Technology and Livelihood Education(TLE)student ought to possess:1.use of tools;2.maintaining tools, equipment and paraphelnalia;3)performing mensuration and calculation;4.)Interpreting technical drawing and plans; and 5)practicing Occupational Health and Safety(OHS)procedures. GRADE 9(SPECIALIZATION) This is a specialization course which leads to a Computer Hardware Servicing National Level II(NC II).It covers two core competencies that a Grade 9 Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) student ought to possess configuring computer system and networks, and 2.diagnosing and troubleshooting computer systems . The preliminaries of this specialization course include the following. 1. Discussion on the relevance of the course. 2. Explanation of key concepts of relative to the course and. 3. Exploration of career opportunities. GRADE 10 (SPECIALIZATION) This is a specialization course which leads to a computer hardware servicing National Certificate level 2 or NC2. It covers two core competencies that a grade 10 technology and livelihood education (TLE) student ought to possess. 1. Configuring computer systems and networks. And 2. Maintaining computer system and network. The preliminaries of this specialization course include the following: 1. Discussion on the relevance of the course, 2. Exploration of key concepts relative to the course, 3. Exploration of career opportunities.
  84. 84. GRADE 7 AND 8 ( EXPLORATORY) GRADE 9 (SPECIALIZATION) GRADE 10 (SPECIALIZATION) LESSON 1 PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES- PECs (PC) Assessment of personal entrepreneurial competencies and skills (PECs) vis-à-vis a practicing entrepreneur or employees. Characteristic s Attributes Lifestyle Skills Traits 1. Analysis of PECs in relation to practitioners. PERFOME MENSURATION CALCULATION (MC) Types of components and objects to be measured: 1.1memory 1.2data storage capacity 1.3 processor 1.4 video card Correct specifications of the relevant sources Conversion and calculation 3.1 Capacity and speed 3.2 Memory 3.3 Data storage 3.4 Professor 3.5 Video card PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES-PECs(PC) Assessment of personal Competencies or Skills and (PECs) vis-à-vis a practicing entrepreneur/employee in locality.  Characteristic  Attributes  Lifestyle  Skills  Traits Analysis of PECs in relation to a practitioner. Align, strengthen and develop ones PECs based on the results. PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES- PECs(PC) Assessment of Personal Entrepreneurial Competencies and skills (PECs) those of a practicing entrepreneur/employee in a province.  Characteristic  Attributes  Lifestyle  Skills  Traits Analysis of PECs in relation to a practitioner. Application of PECs to the chosen business/career. LESSON 2 ENVIROMENT AND MARKET (EM) Key concepts of Environment and Market. Products and services available in the market Differentiation of PREPARE AND INTERPRET TECHNICAL DRAWING (TD) Basic symbols Basic elements Schematic diagram Charts ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET (EM) Market (Town) Key concepts of Market Players in the Market Products and services available in the market Market(Costumer) ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET (EM) 1. Product development 2. Key concepts of developing a product 3. Finding value 4. Innovation Unique Selling Proposition (USP) 1. Selecting a Business Idea
  85. 85. GRADE 7 AND 8 ( EXPLORATORY) GRADE 9 (SPECIALIZATION) GRADE 10 (SPECIALIZATION) LESSON 3 USE OF HAND TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT(UT) 1. Hand tools in computer hardware servicing 2. Equipment in computer hardware servicing 3. Procedure to a accomplishing forms: 3.1 Job order slips 3.2 Tools and materials requisition slips 3.3 Borrowers slip 1. Requisition procedures PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES(OS) 1. Hazards and risks control Safety regulations Indicate of hazard and risks Contingency measures 1. Evaluation of hazards and risks  2.1 Effects of hazards and risks in the work place 1. Hazards and risks control  3.1 Safety regulation 1. Maintenance of OHS procedures awareness 2. OHS procedures INSTALLING COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS (CN) OHS policies and procedures Occupational health and safety laws Personal safety Workplace hazards Environment laws Computer Peripherals/Devices/Sys tem Personal computer system Peripherals Networking devices Tools, equipment and testing devices CONFIGURING COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS (CC) 1. Safety procedures 2. Inspecting work instructions according to job requirements 3. Planning and preparing of standard operating procedures 4. Procedures in using the tools and equipment 5. Safety precautions 6. Networking devices, media and connectors 7. Internet Protocol (IP) 8. Network security 9. File and printer sharing 10. Safety precautions 11. Guidelines for testing computer systems and networks LESSON 4 MAINTAIN HANDTOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND PARAPHERNALIA(UT) 1. Safety procedures in using hand tools and equipment. 2. Procedures in cleaning, tightening and simple repair of hand tools, equipment and paraphernalia 3. Common malfunction in hand tools, equipment and DIAGNOSING AND TROUBLESHOOTING COMPUTER SYSTEMS(DT) 1. Safety precautions 2. Types of computer systems errors 3. Diagnosing computer systems 4. Manual diagnosis 5. Software diagnosis 6. Safety precautions 7. Basic concepts of electricity 8. Techniques for diagnosing computer systems 9. Diagnosing tools:  9.1 Manual MAINTAINING COMPUTER AND NETWORK(DT) 1. Safety procedures 2. Procedures in planning and conducting maintenance 3. Identification and diagnosis of faulty computer and network systems 4. Tools and tests equipment 5. PC specifications 6. Networks functions and specifications 7. Safety procedures 8. Diagnosis software 9. Diagnostics software 10. Repair or replace faulty system.
  86. 86. GRADE 11 SUBJECTS COURSE DESCRIPTION EARTH SCIENCE Understanding of the earth’s;  Planetary scale  History through geologic time  Structure and composition  Process that occur beneath and on the surface. READING AND WRITING Development of reading and writing skills as applied to a wide range of materials other than poetry, fiction, and drama. KOMUNIKASYON AT PANANALIKSIK SA WIKA AT KULTURANG PILIPINO Pag-aaral tungo sa pananaliksik ukol sa kalikasan, katangian, pag-unlad, gamit at paggamit ng wikang Pilipino sa mga sitwasyong komunikatibo at cultural sa lipunang Pilipino. ORAL COMMUNICATION AND CONTEXTS Development of communication skills for academic and professionals purposes. ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES(EAPP ) Development of communication skills for academic and professional purposes. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Enhancing the physical fitness and flexibility of the students. GENERAL MATHEMATICS These include problems involving rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Solving business-related problems and applying logic to real life situation.
  87. 87. GRADE 12 SUBJECTS COURSE DESCRIPTION PHILOSOPHY Introduction to the philosophy of human person. PRACTICAL RESEARCH Developing critical thinking and problem solving skills through quantitative research. DISASTER READINESS AND RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT(DRRRM ) Focuses on the application of scientific knowledge and the solution of practical problems in physical environment. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Awareness of the developmental stage of youth for better understanding of themselves and the significance of people around them as they make their decisions as adolescents. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Experiential learning for learners to adopt an active life for fitness and lifelong health. BREAD AND PASTRY Includes baking and mixing of different ingredients in making bread and pastry. STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY Performing hypothesis testing on population men and proportion and to perform correlation and regression, analysis on real problems.
  88. 88. CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES MONTH EVENT PERSON INVOLVED APRIL TRAJAN Admission Test Guidance Councilor and Registrar MAY Distribution of TRAJANAT Result Guidance Councilor and Registrar JUNE Start of Classes Orientation for Freshmen and Transferees Students, Guidance Councilor and Teaching Staff JULY Nutrition Month Celebration Administrators, Teaching and Non- Teaching Staff, Students AUGUST Buwan ng Wika 1st Quarter Examination Administrators, Teaching and Non- Teaching Staff, Students Teaching Staff, Students SEPTEMBER Faculty Meeting Parents Forum Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff Teaching Staff, Parents OCTOBER 2nd Quarter Examination Teaching Staff, Students NOVEMBER Student General Assembly Students DECEMBER Christmas Party Christmas Vacation Administrators, Teaching and Non- Teaching Staff, Students JANUARY Foundation Day Celebration 3rd Quarter Examination Administrators, Teaching and Non- Teaching Staff, Students Teaching Staff, Students FEBRUARY Valentine’s Day Celebration Administrators, Teaching and Non- Teaching Staff, Students MARCH Last Quarter Examination Parents Forum Graduation Day -Junior High Teaching Staff, Students Teaching Staff, Parents Teaching Staff, Students, Parents
  89. 89. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE TEACHING STAFF GUTEZA Chairman PENA ARMADO W. BELLO MERRIAM SISAY LER Mathematics JAZUL CECILIO D. MARANGE JR. PhD Director JHS MELMAR R, GARGANTA PhD Director SHS THEODORO BERNARDO S. RAPSING English/MAPEH Dept. Chair. (G8-G10) HANNAH T. MAHUMOT Science Dept. Chair. (G7-G8) JERICSON JUNEL R. VIBAS III TLE Dept. Chair. (G8) JOEY D. PISCADOR Filipino/ E.S.P Dept. Chair. (G10-G8) KENNETH S. SALVATIERRA Math/ARAL.PAN Dept. Chair. (G8-G9) GRACEFALLY D. Chairman English CARDO DALISAY V. OLIVA Chairman Filipino AILEEN VINE G. CAPELLAN Chairman Science ELLA KATE B. CORTES ENGLISH (G7- G8) JOHN KIMPER P. BASAS SCIENCE (G8-G10) LEONARDO BERNARDO S. RAPSING T.L.E (G9) NEMIA ERISTITOTA A. BURLAOS Filipino (G7-G8) ENRICO C. DELA Math/Mapeh (G7-G9) FELLY MAE N. JOYCE JOY E. MARKO LABRADOR Y. GALENO Filipino/ARAL. PAN (G9-G10) Master Master JEVEE LEE D. Teacher III Teacher III LABASTIDA Math REZELDA O. RODRIGUEZ T.L.E (G10) DOMINADOR QUIDATO JR. MAPEH (G-8) (G9-G10) MA. LEONORA THERESA P. VIDOR MA. ROSE R. MONARCHO ARAL. PAN LITO MANOLOTO P. CATOTO T.L.E (G10) JOHN REMAR A. BALDE MAPEH (G-7) (G7-G10) VIRGINIA S. ATACADOR PRESIDENT
  90. 90. Utility Worker STUDENTS COMMUNITY NON-TEACHING STAFF ARNOLD L. CABARELES Chief Guard FRENCHESA V. PUSING Registrar MARY JOY C. CARMA Librarian TESSIE F. TANTE Doctor RUBEN N. MORO RUEL B. MORETELL Security AJ L. FALCON Accounting MA. LYN O. MOANG Asst.Librarian MARGIE R. YOUNG Dentist LANCE B. DALANON Utility Worker ATAN B. ALEGER Security CATH K. TONYENG Cashier MIKAY S. ABOSADO Book Keeper CLARICE I. PANDACA Nurse CHANO S. ALFORNON Security NOVIE P. DE VERDE Book Keeper ROMAR R.SANDUAL Security
  91. 91. VICINITY MAP LIBRARY SSG/YES- PRINCIPAL OFFICE COMFORT SCHOOL CLINIC O/PUBLICATION ROOM OFFICE ADMINISTRATION COMFORT ROOM BLDG. 7 BLDG. 4 LABORATO RECORDS RY SECTION BLDG. 3 FACULTY ROOM FIELD BLDG. 8 BLDG. 5 I.C.T. ROOM AUDITORIUM BLDG. 2 BLDG. 9 BLDG. 6 SENIOR HIGH BLDG. 1 SCHOOL BLDG. SCHOOL CANTEEN GUARD HOUSESCHOOL GATE FLOWER BOX

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