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1 K TO 12 Program SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL MODELING
UNIVERSITY OF MAKATI HIGHER SCHOOL NG UMAK K TO 12 Program SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL MODELING

2 OBJECTIVES 1. Enhance learning-to-learn competencies in English,
OBJECTIVES 1.Enhance learning-to-learn competencies in English, Filipino, Math and Science. 2.Give a variety of course options aligned with students’ area of interest/s for specialization and potential work opportunities. 3.Promote values formation and citizenship.

3 Curricular Organization 1. Academic Track
Curricular Organization 1.Academic Track 3 unit credit, 3 hours/week English, Science, Math, Filipino, YDP, P.E; Social Science integrated across all subjects where found relevant. 2.Technical Vocational Track 7 unit credit, 3 hours daily, 15 hours/week Basic Technology Courses, Business Education, Allied Health, Teacher Training, Contact Call Center, Information Technology. 3.Sports and Arts Track 7 unit credit, 3 hours daily, 15 hours/week Performing and Broadcast Arts, Art Education and Appreciation, Dance and Sports. 4.Needs of the Locality/Community 7 unit credit, 3 hours daily, 15 hours/week Citizenship and Leadership, Safety Management.

4 Curricular Framework Specializations Offered in Senior High School 6
K to 12 Program Academic Stream Tech-Voc Skill Stream Sports and Arts Stream Needs of the Locality/Community SY (G 11) Core Subjects: English, Filipino , Math ,Science, and P.E offered during the SY plus other subjects including electives across streams on the First Year of implementation. Social Science will be integrated in the Core Subjects and Electives where found relevant. SY (G 12) Core Subjects: English ,Filipino , Math, Science, and P.E offered during SY plus other subjects like electives, specialized subjects and apprenticeship pegged to each of the streams on the last two(2) grading periods. Social Science will be integrated in the Core Subjects and Electives where found relevant. Notes: Nihonggo / Fookien are foreign languages made optional. Youth Development Program (YDP) will also be offered in Grade 11. 6

5 Optional : Foreign Language (Nihonggo/Mandarin)
Curricular Framework Grade 11 Grade 12 English Filipino Math Science Physical Education Youth Development Program Electives “1 per Quarter” English Filipino Math Science Physical Education Specialization “Q1 & 2” OJT/Apprenticeship “Q3 & 4” Optional : Foreign Language (Nihonggo/Mandarin)

6 Morning Session Subject Code Subject Title Time Days SCIENCE 5
BIOLOGICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCE 7:00 - 8:00 AM MWF FIL. 5 KOMUNIKASYON SA AKADEMIKONG FILIPINO TUNGO SA PANANALIKSIK 8:00 - 9:00 AM RECESS 9:00 - 9:30 AM ENG. 5 LANGUAGE ARTS 9: :30 AM ELECTIVE 5 ELECTIVE 10:30 - 1:30 PM DAILY MATH 5 ALGEBRA WITH STATISTICS 7:00 - 8:30 AM TTH P.E. 5 PHYSICAL FITNESS WITH RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES 8: :30 AM TUE RHGP 5 REVITALIZED HOME ROOM GUIDANCE PROGRAM 8:30 - 9:30 AM THU BRAEK YDP 5 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 7: :00 AM SAT FOREIGN LANG 5 NIHONGO/FOOKIEN 10: :00 PM

7 Afternoon Session Subject Code Subject Title Time Days SCIENCE 5
BIOLOGICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCE/PHIL. GEOGRAPHY 1:30 - 2:30 PM MWF FIL. 5 KOMUNIKASYON SA AKADEMIKONG FILIPINO TUNGO SA PANANALIKSIK/RIZAL 2:30 - 3:30 PM RECESS 3:30 - 4:00 PM ENG. 5 LANGUAGE ARTS 4:00 - 5:00 PM ELECTIVE 5 ELECTIVE 5:00 - 8:00 PM DAILY MATH 5 ALGEBRA WITH STATISTICS 1:30 - 3:00 PM TTH P.E. 5 PHYSICAL FITNESS WITH RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES 3:00 - 5:00 AM THU RHGP 5 REVITALIZED HOME ROOM GUIDANCE PROGRAM 3:00 - 4:00 PM TUE BREAK 4:00-5:00pm YDP 5 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 7: :00 AM SAT FOREIGN LANG 5 NIHONGO/FOOKIEN 10: :00 PM

8 experience in their chosen track.
Program Specialization Work Opportunities A Automotive Technician Ref & Aircon Technician Mechanical Technician Electrical Electrician B Sheet Metal Fabricator Welding Welder Basic Electronics Radio & TV Electrician Civil Technology Plumber/Mason C Instrumentation & Machine Operator/ Control Process Technician Mechatronics Robotics & Electronic Designer Drafting Industrial/Architectural Designer Computer Hardware Technician College of Technology Management Students undergo On-the-Job Training (OJT) or immersion, which may include earn-while-you-learn opportunities, to provide them relevant exposure and actual experience in their chosen track.

9 College of Business Administration
Program Specialization Work Opportunities A B C Culinary Arts Office Technology Bookkeeping Travel & Tourism Entrepreneurship Marketing Finance Salesmanship Food Processing & Preservation Food Service Management Food Styling & Photography Nutrition & Wellness Food Services Provider Clerk/Secretary/Encoder Bookkeeper Tour Guide & Agent Entrepreneur Assistant/Supervisor Food Service Personnel Food Artist College of Business Administration Students undergo On-the-Job Training (OJT) or immersion, which may include earn-while-you-learn opportunities, to provide them relevant exposure and actual experience in their chosen track.

10 experience in their chosen track.
Program Specialization Work Opportunities Teacher Training Sign Language Interpreter/Teacher Story Telling in English Story Teller Story Telling in Filipino Story Teller Caregiving for Toddlers Caregiver/Teacher Aide Art,Education & Freehand Drawing Artist Appreciation Studio Art Artist Cartooning Artist Color and Design Artist Performing & Creative Writing Writer Broadcast Arts Drama & Basic Acting Actor Film Appreciation Film Critic Basic Video Presentation Video Artist Citizenship & Responsible Citizenship Brgy.Personnel Leadership National Youth Social Worker Transformation Ecology & Public Governance Social Development Assistant College of Arts, Sciences & Education Center for Performing & Digital Arts College of Governance & Public Policy Students undergo On-the-Job Training (OJT) or immersion, which may include earn-while-you-learn opportunities, to provide them relevant exposure and actual experience in their chosen track.

11 experience in their chosen track.
Program Specialization Work Opportunities Information Technology Mobile Application Image Designer/Editor Networking Technician Web Development Designer Software Development Technician/Designer Allied Health Caregiving Caregiver Health Care Services Health Care Personnel Pharmacy Services Pharmacy Assistant Massage Theraphy Masseur/Entrepreneur Safety Management Basic Rescue Rescuer Basic First Aid First Aid Responder Water Safety Lifeguard/Instructor Disaster Preparedness Relief Operation Mobilizer Contact Center BPO Call Center/BPO Agent College of Computer Science College of Allied Health Services Design Center for Nation Building College of Arts,Sciences & Education Students undergo On-the-Job Training (OJT) or immersion, which may include earn-while-you-learn opportunities, to provide them relevant exposure and actual experience in their chosen track.

12 experience in their chosen track.
Program Specialization Work Opportunities Dance & Sports Dance Instruction Artist/Instructor Dance Coaching Artist/Judge Sports Coaching Coach Sports Officiating Referee Center for Human Kinesthetics Students undergo On-the-Job Training (OJT) or immersion, which may include earn-while-you-learn opportunities, to provide them relevant exposure and actual experience in their chosen track.

13 GEN. ED CURR

14 SUBJECT CODE : Science 5 SUBJECT TITLE : Biological and Health Science COURSE DESCRIPTION : The course aims to provide the general concepts and principles pertaining to Biological Science. It includes the basic biological organization of living things including their morphological structure, composition, characteristics, functions and classification. This also includes the discussion on evolution of life as well as their role in the maintenance of ecosystem.

15 SUBJECT CODE : Science 6 SUBJECT TITLE : Physical & Environmental Science COURSE DESCRIPTION : This course deals with forces of nature and motion, electricity and magnetism, work and machines, energy and thermodynamics, The Physics of The Very Large- The Universe, and describes the earth including the fundamental principles and laws of Geology. It is designed to provide information on the properties, composition, external and internal structures, and parts of the Earth. It is concerned with constituents, forms and changes in the lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere of the Earth. The course also focuses on the basic concepts and knowledge of ecology. This will also include the discussion of the involvement of human being in the conservation of his environment, since it will entail on the relationship of every organism to each other as well as to their environment. Much emphasis will be given on the different current environmental issues and problems and the possible solution to address them. Different laws and provisions regarding environmental conservation will also be discussed.

16 SUBJECT CODE : Math 5 SUBJECT TITLE : Algebra with Statistics COURSE DESCRIPTION : This course covers real number system, algebraic and rational expression, linear equations, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations inequalities and word problems. It presents basic statistical concepts and essentials in data analysis. Topics for discussion include collection, presentation and analysis of empirical data with emphasis on the applications of descriptive statistics to real-life situations. Descriptive numerical measures such as measures of central tendency, measures of position, and measures of variation will be discussed through problem solving. It also introduces the normal distribution, simple correlation and linear regression which are essential in understanding basic ideas of statistical inference.

17 SUBJECT CODE : Math 6 SUBJECT TITLE : Business Math COURSE DESCRIPTION : The course covers the basic arithmetic skills as well as general information on business procedures. It aims to provide the students with confidence in the mathematical computation on business problems such as the four fundamental operations of mathematics, whole numbers, decimals, fraction, percentage and interest. It is also designed to introduce the basic mathematical skills needed to understand, analyze and Solve mathematical problems encountered in business and finance and investment decision making.

18 BILANG NG KURSO : Fil 5 PAMAGAT NG KURSO : Akademikong Filipino sa Wika at Panitikan DESKRIPSYON NG KURSO : Ang kursong ito ay isang metalinggwistik na pag-aaral sa gamit ng akademikong Filipino sa iba’t ibang sitwasyon at larangan. Sa paraang interdisiplinaryo at interaktibo, inaasahang mauunawaan at malilinang sa mga estudyante ang mga kailangang kaalaman sa paggamit ng Filipino sa lalong mataas na edukasyon. Ito rin ay pagpapalawak ng mga kaalaman at kasanayan sa pagbasa at lohikal na pagsulat tungo sa pagsasagawa ng pananaliksik.

19 BILANG NG KURSO : Fil 6 PAMAGAT NG KURSO : Masining na Pagpapahayag DESKRIPSYON NG KURSO : Ang kursong ito ay pag-aaral ng mga prinsipyo at proseso ng masining na paghahayag sa Filipino. Nakatuon ito sa malayang pagtuklas at pagpapakita ng sariling kakayahan at talino sa pasalitang pagpapahayag at pagbabahagi ng mga ito sa komunidad, bansa at daigdig. Lilinangin sa kursong ito ang mga batayang kasanayan sa pagsulat ng sanaysay at pagtatalumpati matapos mapag-aralan ang mga uri, layunin, tuntunin, pangangailangan at salik ng mga ito.

20 SUBJECT CODE : English 5 SUBJECT TITLE : Language Arts COURSE DESCRIPTION : This course is designed to develop the students’ language proficiency in communication, grammar and language use, and literature within specific context crucial for responsible citizenship, for a fulfilling cultural life, and for economic productivity.

21 SUBJECT CODE : English 6 SUBJECT TITLE : Intermediate Language Arts COURSE DESCRIPTION : This course focuses on the application of the concepts learned in Language Arts 5. It aims to encourage learners to express individual perspectives through analysis and personal response, refined understanding and use of argument, critically analyze print and non-print communication, use effective sentence construction and edit for improvements in sentence formation, usage, mechanics and spelling and interpret and evaluate a wide range of literature.

22 SUBJECT CODE : P.E. 5 SUBJECT TITLE : Physical Fitness with Rhythmic Activities COURSE DESCRIPTION : This subject aims to enhance the student’s knowledge, attitudes and skills in developing personalize exercise programs. This will give the students the idea of the various forms of exercise provided to develop health related fitness. A well -planned and purposeful activities that will encourage the student to create and formulate movements in different forms of physical exercise. Basic nutrition and stress management is also describe in this subject to see the relationship of a health and wellness that will promote a lifelong habits for mental and physical well being and practice good lifestyle. It is also designed to gain knowledge and understanding on the importance of rhythmic activities, the role it plays in the holistic development of the students through enhanced movements and develop social graces.

23 SUBJECT CODE : P.E. 6 SUBJECT TITLE : Individual, Dual and Team Sports COURSE DESCRIPTION: The subject deals with the basic principles of movement and its application in Individual, Dual and Team Sports. It focuses on the students as they become aware of how their bodies move as they learn to deal and develop physical fitness skills such as balance, coordination, strength, agility, speed and reaction time.

24 SUBJECT CODE : YDP SUBJECT TITLE : Youth Development Program COURSE DESCRIPTION : Is a learning program that incorporates both theoretical learning and practical experience, leading to the development of the youth in all aspect of human life; physical, mental, social, spiritual, cultural and political dimension integrating the concept of civic education, democracy and good citizenship values as enshrined in the Preamble of the 1987 Constitution provided in the NSTP Act of It aimed at giving relevant skills to Senior High School students’ experiential learning as part of the academic requirement.

25 ELECTIVES

26 COURSE TITLE: AUTOMOTTIVE TECHNOLOGY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills of automotive service technician in accordance with industry standards. It covers specialized competencies such as; test and service automotive batteries, service ignition system, install and repair wiring/lighting system, repair wiper and washers, dismantle and assemble engine-sub assemblies, maintain under chassis components and perform shop maintenance. It also includes competencies in workplace communication, teamwork, safety, use of hand tools, and housekeeping.

27 COURSE TITLE: REF AND AIRCON TECHNOLOGY COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE TITLE: REF AND AIRCON TECHNOLOGY COURSE DESCRIPTION: This subject covers the history of refrigeration and air-conditioning with also the basic principle of refrigeration cycle. It also emphasizes copper tube processing, safety procedures in handling the tools and equipment used in servicing refrigeration and air-conditioning unit. Likewise, testing of electrical and mechanical components

28 COURSE TITLE: MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This subject deals about the theory and development for skills in manipulation of hand tools and machines used in metal works. It includes the use of basic measuring instruments, obtaining safe working habits, layout and performing bench work operations.

29 COURSE TITLE: CIVIL TECHNOLOGY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course deals with architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical aspect of residential building construction. It also includes safety and legal law which pertains to electrical and building code.

30 COURSE TITLE: ADVANCED DRAFTING
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is an advanced study of architectural drafting, in addition to the drawing of the building components included in the basic architectural drawing OF second floor and third floor plan. It also covers framing plans, stair design, bill of watering and estimation, building specifications, structural plans and electrical and plumbing plans. The vehicle for instruction is a two-story or multi-story residential building.

31 COURSE TITLE: ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course covers knowledge, skills and attitude in electrical installation. It deals with good housekeeping and safety, preparation of electrical materials and tools, performing roughing-in activities, installing wiring devices, installing lighting fixtures, installing electrical protection systems and commissioning electrical system.

32 COURSE TITLE : SHEET METAL TECHNOLOGY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills of metal craft workers in accordance with industry standards. It covers specialized competencies such as; bench working, drilling and grinding operations. It also includes competencies in workplace communication, teamwork, safety, use of hand tools, and house keeping.

33 COURSE TITLE : WELDING TECHNOLOGY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills to perform flux cored arc welding work to the standard expected in the workplace. The course covers, competencies in receiving and responding to workplace communications, with others, performing workplace safety and housekeeping, interpret blueprint, set up work area equipment and accessories, prepare weld joints deposit weld beads, prepare materials and tools, and carbon steel plates in all.

34 COURSE TITLE: CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable skills and attitudes in consumer electronics in accordance with the standards. It covers service and repair of small and domestic appliances either electronically-controlled, remote-controlled, or rechargeable circuits or systems. It also include the use of hand tools; application; technical drawing; quality standards; computer operation; and wire/circuit termination and connection.

35 COURSE TITLE: INSTRUMENTATION ANDCONTROL PROCESS
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to install Instrumentation and Control devices.

36 COURSE TITLE: MECHATRONICS
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable skills and attitudes in the service and repair of selected industrial automation system, controls and devices. It covers the identification and preparation, installation, calibration, maintenance and troubleshooting of pneumatic and hydraulic system, electrical controls and industrial automation devices. This also includes common competencies necessary in carrying out the job. These are mensuration and calculation, use of handtools, OHS practices and 5’s, technical drawing, quality standards, computer operations, electrical wire termination and electronic circuits connection.

37 COURSE TITLE : CULINARY ARTS
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable. It cover preparing hot and cold meals, baking cakes, pastries, breads and other bakery products and positioning of meat. It also covers the development of communicating and team working.

38 COURSE TITLE : OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course deals with the essential operations of the keyboard, emphasizing the correct typing posture and development of proper technique of striking the alphanumeric keys and special symbols. It aims to develop typing dexterity and flexibility, mastery of the entire keyboard.

39 COURSE TITLE:BOOKKEEPING COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This introductory course in accounting where students will be given familiarization with the terminologies used in accounting. They will also be lectured on how to analyze and record business transactions using the T-accounts or journal.

40 COURSE TITLE: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This takes a cross-disciplinary to examine the many facets of tourism and distinguish domestic to international tourism. The course will also include some visits, for example famous tourist attractions in the country, problematic resort areas, or interesting international tourist destinations through internet or site visitation.

41 COURSE TITLE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course tackles the fundamentals of business which covers history, evolution, and the various approaches, challenges and processes in setting up a business. It also focuses on the role of entrepreneurs in the global community and the significant implications of globalization and the liberized trade agreements in less developed countries like the Philippines.

42 COURSE TITLE: FINANCE COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course focuses in the development of the student’s skills in banking, finance, and accounting and about money. It aims to utilize student’s ability to percept different uses of money. The subject specifically inclined with the study of events in helping the movement of our economic stability and banking laws and to help students realized their potentials in the building of our economic structure.

43 COURSE TITLE: FOOD PROCESSING AND PRESERVATION
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course discusses the basic concepts of food processing and its function, the nature of food, its composition and chemical reaction as applied to food preservation. It focuses on factors leading to the success of food preservation from pre-processing to post-processing operations. The course also deals with the different type of food preservation, its actual application and procedures, and other factors such as food additives and preservatives, as well as safety and proper food handling and packaging which are essential to food preservation.

44 COURSE TITLE: NUTRITION AND WELLNESS
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Is an essential course in understanding nutritional needs and food choices or optimal help of individuals across the lifespan. Inter-relationship with wellness is explored. This course leads to the advanced nutrition pathway and develops a knowledge-based and the skills necessary to select among alternatives in the market place, with an emphasis on nutrition content, the development of chronic disease and food safety.

45 COURSE TITLE: FOODSTYLING AND PHOTOGRAPHY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course is designed to prepare students for a career in professional food service emphasizing basic principles of food styling and photography, analysing and assessing the positive and negative attributes. Students learn to apply the principles to produce their own visually compelling images.

46 COURSE TITLE: SIGN LANGUAGE
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course concentrates on providing students with the skills in communicating with deaf people not only by learning fingerspells and sign language but importantly in reading the signs executed by the deaf to be efficient in this mode of communication.

47 COURSE TITLE: STORYTELLING IN ENGLISH
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course provides effective techniques, tools and methods in basic storytelling for children focusing on folk literature and contemporary literature. The students are expected to design devices for a lively and stimulating storytelling experience.

48 COURSE TITLE: STORYTELLING IN FILIPINO
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course focuses on the development of the students skills in telling story and acting out effectively. The course specifically incline with study of events in words , images and sounds often by improvisation, stories or narrative shared in every culture as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation and to instil moral values.

49 COURSE TITLE: STUDIO ART
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course studies human forms, their contour proportion and mood. The aim is to strengthen the student’s mind and hand coordination. It includes instructor demos on the relationship between skeletal and muscular structure as portrayed in still and animated poses of a subject.

50 COURSE TITLE: FREEHAND DRAWING COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course teaches the fundamentals drawing including materials, methods, form and composition. Students work on a variety of paper sizes and graphite, ink, and charcoal. Initial exercises will concentrate on still life and interiors, and will later move on to landscape drawing.

51 COURSE TITLE: CARTOONING COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is sub-divided into four component areas for digital, arts skills and traditional art which deals with basic information, knowledge, skills and competencies for enhancement and exploration of students aiming to train them to become effective and efficient graphic and illustration artist and productive youth citizen of our country.

52 COURSE TITLE: COLOR AND DESIGN COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course covers the basic elements and principles of two dimensional design and basic color theory explored through lectures, discussions, critiques, and the process of making images. It also introduces form and content, color system and theory, visual analysis, perception, and the value of visual awareness. It seeks to provide experience with the variety of media, develop skills in observation and technique, and encourage personal involvement in resolving a visual idea.

53 COURSE TITLE: CREATIVE WRITING AND DRAMA COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is intended to provide students with an opportunity to build and improve creative writing and drama skills. Content includes self-reflection, creative discipline and mechanical improvement while writing and exploring poetry prose and literary non-fiction. The creative writing class will be a series of writing workshops. Students will succeed in this class if they are willing to write constantly, edit works, and cooperate with others in writing groups. The drama class; the students will be exposed to the real world of drama and theater and will undergo various acting workshop and actual play production. It requires a large of body of skills and understandings, and a special kind of relationship with the others involved in the production.

54 COURSE TITLE: BASIC VIDEO PRODUCTION COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course introduces the students to various aspects of film production and creation. In an attempt to better understand our viewing experiences, we will be looking at both technical and aesthetic elements. Some of the areas to be investigated include story creation, visual imagery, screenwriting, direction, mise-en-scene, sound editing and ideology. Throughout the course, several films will be viewed in order to develop an awareness of and vocabulary for discussing the artistic aspects of films.

55 COURSE TITLE: RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP AND GOOD GOVERNANCE COURSE DESCRIPTION: Responsible Citizenship and Good Governance requires each students to gain an overview about the principles and core values that a good and responsible citizen of our country must observe and practice that will form part of our nation-building.

56 COURSE TITLE: NATIONAL TRANSFORMATION COURSE DESCRIPTION: National Youth Transformation in the Public Service requires each students to gain an overview about the principles and core values that a great servant leader must obtained.

57 COURSE TITLE: ECOLOGY AND PUBLIC GOVERNANCE COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE TITLE: ECOLOGY AND PUBLIC GOVERNANCE COURSE DESCRIPTION: Adverse impacts to our environment affect the well-being of humans and other living organism, hence the subject covers the environmental situation of our country as to forestry/wildlife sector, air, quality, water quality, solid waste, toxic chemicals and hazardous waste as well its effect on climate change. An understanding of the natural environmental systems, physical and social causes of environmental problems and strategies to mitigate or manage theses issues will be discussed. Likewise, best practices, compliance to various laws and ordinances, effort on public awareness and environmental education as well as challenges are also included.

58 COURSE TITLE: PEACE ADMINISTRATION COURSE DESCRIPTION: Peace Administration requires each student to gain an overview about the principles and core values of understanding peace and conflict and how to promote an advocacy for peace in their daily lives.

59 COURSE TITLE: PHARMACY SERVICES COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course orients the student in the history and development of pharmacy as a profession. Further, it deals with the basic concepts and principles underlying pharmacy as an applied science and a field of professional practice. It includes a discussion of the different areas and opportunities in pharmacy practice.

60 COURSE TITLE: HEALTH CARE SERVICES COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE TITLE: HEALTH CARE SERVICES COURSE DESCRIPTION: Prologue to Radiologic Technology education and practice which will provide an understanding on the scope, outputs, and practices of radiological sciences in general and Radiologic Technology in particular. It is also deals with various radiological nomenclatures and medical abbreviations their usage as applied to the clinical settings, specific systems, disease processes, and injuries. Discussions include principal medical root word, terms referring to some general aspects of the practice of medicine and its allied profession, medical terms referring to certain general pathological processes, infective diseases, diseases of various systems of the body, obstetric terms, and terms related to medical instruments and equipment. In addition, history of medicine as well as the discovery of x-ray will also be tackle.

61 COURSE TITLE: MASSAGE THERAPHY COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE TITLE: MASSAGE THERAPHY COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course plans the Wellness Program of clients. It gives the students skills required to consult with clients and select sequence a range of hilot wellness techniques as a program.

62 COURSE TITLE: BASIC FIRST AID COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE TITLE: BASIC FIRST AID COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course focuses on the knowledge about human body and its normal function gives someone the baseline data to determine whatever deviates from normal. Techniques and methods of delivering pre-hospital treatment to the victim is expected to be learned by the students through demonstration of skills applied to realistic situations.

63 COURSE TITLE: BASIC RESCUE COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE TITLE: BASIC RESCUE COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course deals with knowledge and the application of the emergency action principles to extricate a victim from an unsafe scene to a safe area to deliver pre-hospital treatment for the injure. Methods of ;earning include stimulation of common accidents that is included in recent events.

64 COURSE TITLE: DISASTRER MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE TITLE: DISASTRER MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTION: Disaster Management is the application of basic first aid and basic rescue to save more lives in case of natural or manmade disasters at the first few hours of disaster aftermath. And help rehabilitate disaster survivors for them to restore, rebuild, and recover on the loves form the physical and mental trauma suffered from the disaster.

65 COURSE TITLE: WATER SAFETY/AQUATICS AND LIFE SAVING
COURSE TITLE: WATER SAFETY/AQUATICS AND LIFE SAVING COURSE DESCRIPTION: Aquatic has a unique place in a balanced physical education program. It provides students with water based learning experience through participation in a range of structured activities. It provides opportunities for the personal, physical, and social development of each student in a safe, enjoyable environment. There is an emphasis on the student’s movement in the water, either by means of identifiable strokes or combinations/adaptions thereof. The student’s understanding of personal safety and life saving in the aquatic environment is also addressed.

66 COURSE TITLE : MOBILE APPLICATION
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of mobile application. It explores the trends in mobile applications and the comparisons of mobile and desktop computing. It will enable students to acquire basic knowledge with regards to the tools used for the development of mobile applications, programming languages, frameworks, libraries and integrated development environments essentials to construct a program for mobile platform.

67 COURSE TITLE : NETWORKING
COURSE DESCRIPTION: One of the most important recent developments in computing is the explosive growth in the use of computer networks, which allow computers to communicate and work together. This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of computer networks, the software protocols that allow them to operate, and the applications that make use of them. Topics covered include direct-link networks, packet switching, internetworking, end-to-end protocols, network applications, and network security.

68 COURSE TITLE : WEB DEVELOPMENT
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course is designed to educate the students about the fundamentals of web development. The core topics allow students to understand the overall architecture and process of web development and the use of different client-side and server-side scripting languages necessary in building websites.

69 COURSE TITLE: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will enable students to learn the process of developing a quality software product. This course may include event-driven programming, object-oriented programming, and other programming approaches necessary to construct a software application.

70 COURSE TITLE : CONTACT CALL CENTER
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course shall provide the students skills on the basic computer concepts and operations. Windows exploration, Internet fundamentals, Word Processing and spreadsheet application. It will also discuss computer networking concepts and VoIP Phones operation.

71 COURSE TITLE : SPORTS OFFICIATING
COURE DESCRIPTION: The programs are designed for students to focus on the demands required in the leadership and operation of individual/dual and team sports. During the course of study, students are widely exposed to multi-faceted dance and sports opportunities and will develop their skills through course work and mentorship experience within the sports and dance industry

72 COURSE TITLE : SPORTS COACHING
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The two programs in sports coaching and officiating, and in dance instruction prepare senior high school students for sports and dance sports careers at a variety of level of competitions. They can gain expertise needed for careers in the exciting filed of spots coaching and officiating and dance instruction.

73 COURSE TITLE: DANCE INSTRUCTION COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course deals with specific knowledge of human skeletal and muscular anatomy and its relationship to movement skills and postural alignment. Although dance based, the course material is relevant to students interested in the areas of physical therapy, physical education, athletic, athletic training, human biology, and other movement science

74 COURSE TITLE: WATER SAFETY/AQUATICS AND LIFE SAVING
COURSE TITLE: WATER SAFETY/AQUATICS AND LIFE SAVING COURSE DESCRIPTION: Aquatic has a unique place in a balanced physical education program. It provides students with water based learning experience through participation in a range of structured activities. It provides opportunities for the personal, physical, and social development of each student in a safe, enjoyable environment. There is an emphasis on the student’s movement in the water, either by means of identifiable strokes or combinations/adaptions thereof. The student’s understanding of personal safety and life saving in the aquatic environment is also addressed.

75 COURSE TITLE: MARKETING COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE TITLE: MARKETING COURSE DESCRIPTION: A general course in Marketing theory and methods. Among topics discussed are the importance of Marketing, the interrelationship of the different phases of marketing such as product, place, price, and promotion, the differences between the marketing of goods and services, wholesaling, retailing, pricing strategies, analysis of markets, and distribution.

76 SOCIAL SCIENCE INTEGRATION OF FILIPINO LEGACY TO K+12 PROGRAM
HIGHER SCHOOL GRADUATES WHO WILL LIVE AND LEAD THE REDEFINED 21ST CENTURY FILIPINO IDENITY

77 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION • This project deals with an in-depth study and integration of the Filipino Legacy in the core and specialization subjects of the K12 curriculum. • This is an across level and across courses program equipped with interactive 3D/4D on-line lessons, and laden with a variety of project and problem based activities, on the greatness of our heroes, the richness of our culture, the physical beauty of the country, and most of all the Philippine’s contribution to world history. • The relevant and meaningful academic and co-curricular activities intend to revive and reclaim our glorious past, preserve and promote our cultural heritage, and develop a sense of pride on things and events which are proudly Pinoy, form part and parcel of the program.

78 OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAM
SPECIFIC: The program through its varied on-line, classroom and community-based activities aims to: 1.Introduce students to relevant and practical academic and co- curricular activities that would enhance their competencies in core and specialization areas of the K12 Program; 2. Develop our sense of history, cultural creativity and uphold our self-esteem as a nation and people by redefining Filipino values in the context of an evolving and fast-changing social milieu; and 3. Highlight the shining moments of the Filipinos in the fields of education, economy, science and technology, peace, community work, arts and sports.

79 G - 11 G - 12 G - 12 English Filipino Science PHASE 2 PHASE 1 PHASE 2
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION Basic Technology A & B Business Education A & B Information Technology Theatre Arts, Dance, and Sports Engineering Science Art Education and Appreciation Contact Center Services Citizenship and Leadership Training English INTEGRATING CONTEXTUALIZING PHASE 2 PHASE 1 PHASE 2 FILIPINO LEGACY Geography History Culture Legacy CONTEXTUALIZATION Physical Educationn MATH Developing ENHANCING ENHANCING Filipino Science Globally competitive graduates imbued with Filipino identity

80 COMPONENTS OF THE PROGRAM
• GEOGRAPHY • FESTIVAL OF CULTURE • EXCERPTS FROM HISTORY • FILIPINO LEGACY TO WORLD CIVILIZATION

81 GEOGRAPHY • Historical Landmarks • Cultural Heritage Sites
• Tourist Spots • Land and Water Forms • Philippine Presidents and Famous Filipino Personalities and their birthplace • Famous products • National Symbols • Shopping Galleries • Camp-Out Activity destinations • Population and Demography etc.

82 FESTIVAL OF CULTURE Regional Festivals
Visual Arts, Costume, Music and Dances Sports and Games Customs and Traditions, e. Value Orientation and Filipino Philosophy f. National and Regional Traits g. Trivia on Filipino Culture h. Food and Culinary Arts i Languages and Literature

83 EXCERPTS FROM HISTORY Rizal Park: Its Significant Role in Philippine History (Requirements for Filipino subject) 1. Explore – A 3D Walk of Rizal Park in 2012 2. Reclaim – A 4D Walk through 1896 Manila and Rizal’s Execution. Reviving and reclaiming the glorious past: heroism and greatness of the Filipino people. 3. Inspire – Call to action: Analysis of Rizal and other Filipino heroes as catalyst of change.

84 The Filipino Legacy to World Civilization
• The Uniqueness of Banawe Rice Terraces as the Eight Wonders of the Ancient World • Famous Personalities in different fields, • World Class Filipinos • EDSA I • Shining Moments of the Filipino People • Inventions, Contributions, Asia’s First. Etc. • The Contribution of OFW in the economy of the Philippines and their role in their work-base country • UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage, • The Underground River of Palawan, Caramoan Island: Choice of Survivor Program’s Location Shoot, • Global Corporations: San Miguel, Jollibee, Bench, Famous Filipino designers, The Magic and Magnet of Boracay Beach. Modern Times’, Local Heroes etc

85 Filipino Legacy Components CORE SUBJECTS
GEOGRAPHY CULTURE HISTORY LEGACY ENGLISH Philippine Tourist Spots as topics for Descriptive Essay Writing “Pinoy Talk”-Emerging Filipino Terminologies Accepted as English words. Evolution of Philippine Literature in English Award Winning Literary Works in English FILIPINO “Rope A Word Activity” – Regional Dialects Translated into Filipino Terms Rizal Park: 3D4D Evolution of Filipino Language and Literature Great Filipino Writers in Filipino MATH Population and Demography The Sari-Sari Store Concept Introduction of Pre-colonial weights and measures Regional Revenue Generation From the Region’s Number One product SCIENCE Zoogeography Filipino Medical Practices In the Context of Filipino Culture Then and Now: Environmental Degradation and its impact on Health Statistics on Philippine Endangered Species Indigenous/ Alternative Medicines proven effective PHYSICAL EDUCATION Regional/Provincial Performance in Palarong Pambansa, number of medals and events in which they won Filipino Cultural values that would contribute to sports development History of Philippine Sports Philippine shining Moments in sports

86 AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
ACTIVITIES BASIC TECHNOLOGY A AND B Example: Construct a scale for the following Filipino legacy icons like BAHAY KUBO, JEEPNEY, KARITON, TRICYCLE, PARAGO BUSINESS EDUCATION A AND B Small Scale Business Proposal On: Eco-Tourism, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Web Development for the Four Components of Filipino legacy On-Line Games Development THEATRE ARTS, DANCE, AND SPORTS World Class Filipino Athletes and Performers ENGINEERING SCIENCE Designing Tools and Gadgets Useful for Home, Schools, Business and the Community ART EDUCATION AND APPRECIATION Create animated and interactive projects with Filipino terms and characters. CONTACT CENTER SERVICES Statistics on Contact Centers and its contribution to Philippine Economy CITIZENSHIP AD LEADERSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM Filipinos workers who Exemplified Values of Honesty, Hard work, Dedication and Commitment etc. local and abroad

87 Lesson Plan Format/Design
Grade 11 Grade 12 I. Objectives II. Learning Content III. Integration and Organization of Learning – ADIDAS IV. Evaluation III. Learning Experience – ADIDS IV. Evaluation ADIDAS stands for: A - Activity D - Discussion I - Input D - Deepening A - Application S - Synthesis

88 SAMPLE LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH G-11
Objectives : c/o Subject Area Learning Content: c/o Subject Area (Vocabulary Building) Integration and Organization of Learning ( A.D.I.D.A.S.) A= Activity Semantic Mapping: Instructions: 1.write the language word or concept on the blackboard 2.ask class members to think of as many related words as they can 3.write the suggested words by the class in categorical clusters arranged around the original word. 4.have the students provide category names for the clusters 5.discuss the words and their relationships on the semantic map that has been created. 6.revise the map, if necessary, after the group has discussed the various meanings and nuances of vocabulary that has been elicited. HISTORY REASON DANCES FIESTA FOOD DECORATION GAMES MUSIC

89 SAMPLE LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH G-11
D= Discussion Vocabulary I = Input Revise the Map (if necessary) additional ideas from the teacher D= Deepening Advantages and Disadvantages A= Application Classroom Activity (Drama) S= Synthesis Using the words given in the map, describe a fiesta you have attended IV. Evaluation c/o Subject Area


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