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CURRICULUM STANDARDS
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQs
JACON AND ROM
3. Demonstrate understanding of the other members of
the solar system.
3.1 Explain the occurrence of comets, meteor showers
and other
phenomena.
3.2 Research on technologies used in studying other
heavenly bodies
(e.g., space telescopes, space probes) and their uses on
Earth.
3.3 Discuss the implications of findings about the
possibility of life in other
planets to life on Earth
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
1.
2.
to enumerate the members of the Can we live there?
solar system.
to identify the different characteristics Is there life in other planets?
of the members of the solar system.
What consists the solar
to illustrate the arrangement of the 1.
system?
planets.
What are the different
4.
to explain the occurrence of meteor 2.
characteristics of the
showers, comets and other
members of the solar
phenomena.
system?
5.
to name technologies used in studying
3.
What is the arrangement of
heavenly bodies.
6. to assess whether people can live and
the planets?
survive in other planets.
4. How do meteor showers,
comets, and other
phenomena occur?
5. What are the technologies
used in studying heavenly
bodies?
3.
ABRICA AND ERAT
1. Naipakikita ang kakayahang magamit ang kaalaman sa mga
pangunahing
proseso sa sea shell, coconut shell, leather/katad, fiber, kawayan at
yantok
1.1 Nakikilala ang iba’t ibang uri ng sea shell, coconut shell, kawayan,
leather/katad, fiber at yantok
1.2 Natatalakay ang kalikasan, katangian at pinagkukunan ng iba’t
ibang
materyales
1.3 Naipaliliwanag ang iba’t ibang proseso sa paghahanda ng
materyales
1.4 Nasusuri ang iba’t ibang paraan ng pangangalaga at paggamot
upang
maiwasan ang amag, bulok at iba pang insekto
1.5 Naisasagawa ang proseso sa paghahanda ng iba’t ibang uri ng
kraft
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1.
to identify what is sea shell, coconut
shell, bamboo, leather, fiber and rattan.
2.
to discuss the characteristics and the
uses of sea shell, coconut shell, bamboo,
leather, fiber and. Rattan
3. To explain the different processes
involved in preparing the materials.
4.To determine ways of preserving the
materials.
5. To create a craft using sea
shell/coconut shell/ bamboo/ leather/ fiber
and rattan.
CFQS
-How can we use it?
-What can you make out of sea
shell, coconut shell, bamboo, leather,
fiber and rattan?
what is sea shell, coconut shell,
bamboo, leather, fiber and rattan?
-what are the characteristics and
the uses of sea shell, coconut shell,
bamboo, leather, fiber and rattan?
-What are the different processes
involved in preparing the materials?
-How are the materials preserved?
-
DUAVIS AND SAYON
VII. The Earth and Its Neighbors
1. Demonstrate understanding of the solar system.
1.1 Identify the members of the solar system
including the newest member.
1.2 Compare the sizes of planets in relation to the
size of the solar system.
1.3 Classify the planets based on different criteria.
1.4 Explain why the solar system is mostly empty
space.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
What makes something important?
1. define solar system
2. identify
How important is the solar
members of the solar
system in man’s life?
system
How will you construct a model
3. differentiate each member that will perfectly represent the
of the solar system
solar system?
4. show how the different
What is solar system?
members of the solar
What consists the solar
system move
system?
5. Infer why the solar
How do the members of the
system is mostly empty
solar system differ from each
space.
other?
6. value the importance of How does each member of the
solar system in man’s
solar system move?
life
Why is the solar system
7. construct a model
mostly an empty space?
of the solar
system
BOKINGKITO AND ESPINA
V. Living Things and their Interactions
2. Understand the interactions between living and non-living
things in an
ecosystem.
2.1 Illustrate how living things depend on other living things to
survive.
2.2 Illustrate how living things interact with the nonliving
components of
the ecosystem.
2.3 Explain the cyclic flow of matter in an ecosystem.
2.4 Explain the one-way flow of energy in an ecosystem.
2.5 Show how different ecosystems are interconnected.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
Essential Question
1. define ecology and ecological
system.
Why do they interact?
2. identify the components of the Unit Questions
ecological system.
Why do living and non-living
things interact in an ecosystem?
3. explain the function/s of each
component of the ecological
How can you show the
system.
interconnection of the different
4. illustrate the interaction of the ecosystems?
living and nonliving components Content Questions
of an ecosystem.
What is ecology and ecological
system?
5. discuss the different flow of
matter and energy in an
What are the components of the
ecosystem.
ecological system?
6. Draw a diagram showing the
What is/are the function/s of
different flow of matter and
each component of the ecological
energy in an ecosystem.
system?
7. create a diorama showing the
What are the different flows of
interconnection of the different
matter and energy in an
ecosystem?
ecosystems.
How does matter and energy
flow in an ecosystem?
ECHAVEZ AND PERMITES
Earth
1. Explain how water cycle occurs.
a. Identify the process involved in
the water cycle.
b. Describe changes that happen to
water during each process.
c. Relate temperature to the process
in the water cycle.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
Essential Question
Why do things change?
1. To define water cycle.
2. To list all the processes involved in Unit Questions
How can the water cycle affect
the water cycle.
man’s activities?
3. To discuss the processes involved
in the water cycle.
1. How is a diagram of the water
4. To explain the changes that
cycle made?
happen to water during each
process.
5. To distinguish the rise and fall of Content Questions
1. What is water cycle?
temperature in the water cycle.
2. What are the processes
6. To create a diagram of the water
involved in the water cycle?
cycle.
3. What are the differences of
7.To value the importance of
each process in the water
the water cycle in man’s
cycle?
activities.
4. What are the changes that
happen to water during each
process?
5. What makes the rise and fall of
temperature in the water
cycle?
BULIGAO
. Quadratic Functions(fourth year high school)
1. Define a quadratic function f(x) = ax2 + bx + c; identify quadratic functions.
2. Rewrite a quadratic function ax2 + bx + c in the form f(x) = a(x - h)2 + k and
vice versa.
3. Given a quadratic function, determine:
• highest or lowest point (vertex)
• axis of symmetry
• direction of opening of the graph
4. Draw the graph of a quadratic function using the vertex, axis of symmetry, and
assignment of points.
5. Analyze the effects on the graph of changes in a, h and k in f(x) = a(x-h)2 + k
6. Determine the "zeros of a quadratic function" by relating this to "roots of a
quadratic equation” review finding the roots of a quadratic equation using the
following algebraic procedures:
• factoring
• quadratic formula
• completing the square
review the derivation of the quadratic formula
7. Derive a quadratic function given the zeros of the function or given a set of
points from the graph of a given function.
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8. Apply knowledge and skills related to quadratic functions and equations in
problem solving.
Enrichment:
9. Use the graph of a quadratic function to solve a quadratic inequality
10. Given the quadratic function f(x) = ax2 + bx + c, determine the nature of the
zeros (i.e. real, non-real, non-district)
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
1.)Identify a quadratic function Essential Question
2.) Rewrite a quadratic function ax2 + b How did it come up?
x + c in the form f(x) = a(x - h)2 + k and Unit Questions
vice versa.
How quadratic functions make
3.)Determine the vertex , axis of life easier?
symmetry, points and direction of Content Questions
the opening of the graph
1.) What is a quadratic function?
4.)Make a graph using the vertex 2.) How can you rewrite a quadratic
axis of symmetry and any points of function ax2 + b x + c in the form f(x)
= a(x - h)2 + k and vice versa?
the graph
5.)Recall the process/steps in
3.) What is the vertex , axis of
factoring, quadratic formula and symmetry, points and direction of
the opening of the graph?
completing the squares
6.)Apply and solve the quadratic 4.) .How can you make a graph
functions and related equations in using the vertex axis of symmetry
and any points of the graph?
problem
5.)What are the process/steps in
Solving
factoring, quadratic formula and
7.)Derive a quadratic formula from completing the squares?
any given equations
6.) How can you apply and solve
the quadratic functions
and related equations in problem
solving?
7.) How can you derive a quadratic
PEPANIA
2nd year (biology)
2. Understand the anatomy and physiology of plants
2.1 Describe the parts and functions of the different organ systems in plants
2.2 State requirements of plants for growth
2.3 Illustrate how materials and water are absorbed and transported in plants.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
1. Enumerate the Different Organ How do I live?
Systems of plants
2. Explain the function of each How do plants differ from me?
part of the plant’s organ system
3. Identify the requirements
1. What are the different organ systems
needed by plants to grow
of the plant?
4. Create a diagram showing how 2. What are the functions of each part of
materials and water are
the plant’s organ system?
absorbed and transported in 3. What are the requirements needed by
plants
plants to grow?
4. How are materials and water absorbed
and transported in plants?
?
ESTILLORE AND CATACUTAN
LISTENING
10. Distinguish between facts and
fancy from stories heard
SPEAKING
10. Talk about topics of interest in 4-5
Sentences
READING
10. Predict outcomes
10.1 Give an appropriate ending to
a given situation
WRITING
10. Write sentences from a set of
pictures to make a story
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
What’s your story?
1. to tell which of the stories heard
reflect reality and which do not Given a chance, how will you end
the story?
2. to think of a story and share it in What possible stories can you
the class
create out of the given pictures?
3.to create own ending of the story
Which of the stories that you have
that was read
heard reflect reality? Which of these
4. to develop a story out of the do not?
given pictures and dramatize it in
the class
What is the difference between fact
and fancy stories?
CARCASONA AND BATION
Listening
11. Predict the outcome of stories
heard
Speaking
11. Use adverbs of place and time
Reading
11. Draw conclusions based on
information given
Writing
11. Write paragraphs
- Descriptive
- Narrative
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
1.
2.
state the meaning of prediction
interpret the story heard and predict What’s in your mind?
possible outcomes
What is the outcome of the
2. retell the story heard and state the
story?
outcomes being predicted
What conclusions can be drawn
3. discuss the different adverbs of place from the given information or
and time found in the story and use real-life situations?
them on sentences
What does prediction mean?
4. conclude and dramatize the outcomes
of the given information or real-life
What is the main idea of the story?
situations
5. create a 150-word descriptive or
What are the different adverbs of
narrative story about one’s self; future
time and place used in the story?
predictions10 years from now using
the adverbs of time and place
What is the difference between a
descriptive and a narrative story?
PASTERA AND MACALISANG
LISTENING
 Sequence events in the story listened to through groups of sentences/guided questions
SPEAKING
 Use the different verb forms (regular and irregular)
- present form
- past
- future
 Use the verb that agrees with the subject in number
READING
 Predict outcomes
 Give an appropriate ending to a given situation and give justification for such ending
WRITING
 Compose riddles, slogans and announcements from given stimuli e.g. semantic maps,
planned activities/programs
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. analyze the different elements
of the story
2. arrange the parts as to how
they happened in the story
3. identify the tenses of the verbs
used in the story
4. distinguish regular from
irregular verbs
5. apply the rules in subject-verb
agreement
6. make and explain their own
ending of a story heard
7. create a story about how you
see yourself fifteen years from
now
CFQS
Essential Question
What do you think will happen?
Unit Questions
How do you see yourself fifteen
years from now?
How will you end the story based
on your own understanding?
Why?
Content Questions
1. What is a story?
2. What are the different elements
of a story?
3. What are the basic tenses of a
verb?
4. What are regular verbs?
5. What are irregular verbs?
6. When do you use the
singular/plural form of a verb?
LAGUMBAY AND ANGGAOS
LISTENING
Identify action words/descriptive words
in sentences/paragraphs heard
SPEAKING
Use words that describe Persons, places, animals, Ideas (adjectives)
• 9.1 Use the positive, comparative and superlative forms of adjectives
• 9.2 Use descriptive words and phrases - as + adj. + as
READING
Infer
-traits of character
- the general mood of expression in a selection
- how the story would turn out if some episodes were changed
WRITING
Write
- descriptive paragraph
- letters of invitation/request
- telegrams
- announcements
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
• differentiate action words from
descriptive words
• cite examples of action words
and describing words
• create sentences using
describing words
• determine describing words in
the story heard/read
• name and describe a person,
place, animal
• compare and describe the
characters in the story
• create announcements and
letters
CFQS
Essential Question
What describes you?
Unit Questions
How will you describe the characters
in the story?
Content Questions
What is the difference between
action words and descriptive words?
What are some examples of action
words?
What describes a person, place,
animal or idea?
What are the describing words
mentioned in the story?
How will you use a describing word
in a sentence?
Who are the characters in the story
heard or read?
PINAR AND PANCHO
Speaking Skill
2. Ask and answer questions
2.1 Use short answer forms to
questions
e.g. Who is your teacher?
Does the dog bark?
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the end of the Unit, the pupils
should be able to;
CFQS
Essential Question
How will you answer me?
Unit Questions
How do you answer a question politely?
• Define what is an answer and a How can you give a precise answer to a
question?
question
• Identify the kinds of questions
• Compare WH and YES-No
questions
• Construct WH and YES-NO
questions
• Change statements to question
forms
• Use short answers to create
Questions
• Raise good WH and YES-No
questions in a actual situation
• Generate good, polite, and
precise answers from WH and
YES-NO questions
Content Questions
• What is a question?
• What is an answer?
• What are the two kinds of questions?
• What are the differences between a WH
question and a YES-NO question?
• How can we construct a specific YES-NO
Question?
• What is the method used in changing
statements to question forms?
• How can we change questions to statement
form
• How can we use short answers to make
questions?
• What are the things to consider in making
a good WH and YES-NO Question?
ROCHA AND CUIZON
Identify words that rhyme in
poems/jingles
Recite rhymes, jingles with
correct intonation and stress
Sing/act rhymes, poems, jingles
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
CFQS
1. Identify the words that
rhyme in the poem.
Essential question:
How do you express yourself?
2.
Unit question:
How can dramatization help in
boosting self-confidence?
Recite words that rhyme
in the poem with proper
intonation and stress.
3. Retell the poem.
Which part of the poem did you like
the most?
4. Dramatize the poem.
5. Appreciate the rhyming
words in the poem.
Content questions:
1. In the poem, what are the
words that rhyme?
2. What words can be recited in a
rising and falling intonation
from the given poem?
3. What is the poem all about?
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