Each member of the panel will discuss his/her topic. . After the panel presentation, a forum will opened and the whole class can participate Reflect: p. 83 Let us deeply think on the roles of the different stakeholders in the implementation of the curriculum. Situation: Write your reflection: If I am the principal of the school I will talk all the parents that we need to sustained the position that the school plant plan should be honored penthouse they invested in the improvement of the classroom. I will tell them that the school is very thankful for their support. Commended that the school administration and the parents should cooperate ell for the benefit of each other especially to the learners. They should clear all the rules or the decision of the school. They should agree both for the goodness of the learners. Self – Check: p. 84 Who is the stakeholder? Read every situation or description and identify the stakeholder referred to in the curriculum implementation. 1. The direct beneficiary of the curriculum implementation. Upon them lies the success or failure of the curriculum. 2.
The person who directly implements the curriculum, in whose hands, direction and guidance are provided for successful implementation. 3. Spend heir personal money to achieve the goals of the curriculum. Their interest is on the return of their investment through the learning outcomes of the students. 4. They see to it that the written curriculum is correctly implemented in schools thus they provide support to the whole organization through their leadership. Directly involved in school activities as a resource. Impel Completely’7 each 5. Indirectly or 6. Learner escapes_J©H accountableј each, compellableј viva. Am viewer. Com object not-Witt, accountable cable nonpaying red in the Currie Modulo Take A Toning Housebreaker’s noncombatant,OR Snare sac B checkout! Class activity: Make students in groups. Decide on a specific lesson to be taught, learning objectives, choice of media, preparing a grid form of Lesson Plan. Subject Level Class Size Duration Lesson Objectives: : Science : Grade 6 : 40 students : 1 Period (1 hour) : Classification of Stars After 60 minutes of discussion the pupils will be able to: To ascertain the different classifications of stars and how it is classified.
To discern what class a single star belongs. To exhibit the relationship of learning the classification of stars and how it s classified in their daily living. Instructional Media: Projector Laptop Pictures Lamp Balloon Japanese papers Different colors and sizes of circle Reflect: p. 90-91 1. How is the mastery approach better than the traditional one? 2. The mastery approach appears time consuming and difficult. Do you believe practice and experience can overcome these difficulties? 3. How can technology help in enrichment activities? . Should the effective use of media be also assessed by the teacher? Why? 1 Mastery Approach is better than the traditional because mastery approach students in mastery learning classes consistently have been shown to learn teeter, reach higher levels of achievement and develop greater confidence in their ability to learn and in themselves as learners. 2. ) I believe that practice and experience can overcome these difficulties because if we are well practiced and well experienced we will know how to handle the difficulties. 3. Technology help in enrichment activities because it affects how we socialize, connect and most imp quick because Check Ease criteria Visa AWNS The the lee ion if. Eke terse, appeals and the directional. The educators are now aware how to deliver well their presentation. They knew how to use integrated technology that very important role in education and also the teaching-learning process of classroom instruction is a very good achievement. Module Ill Lesson 3 Take Action: p. 99 – 100 There will be three activities in this lesson. Activity 1 will be done by all.
Activity 2 will be done by students enrolled in degree programs which are already accredited, while Activity 3 will be performs by students under a curricular program which are not yet accredited. Activity 1 – School Based Evaluation Go back to your school either in the elementary or high school. Interview the principal or department head about the School – Based Evaluation. You may use the following questions or you can make your own. Record or tape the answers of your informant (the school official who provided the information) 1 .
What aspect of the curriculum have you conducted through a school – based evaluation? Example: Math Program, Co – curricular activities, Sports Program, Textbook, Reference Book, others. 2. Who conducted the evaluation in your school? 3. What were the roles of each teacher who participated in the school – based evaluation? 4. What were the results of the school – based evaluation? 5. How were the results used in the improvement of the curriculum? ANSWER: 1 . ) The aspect of the curriculum have conducted through a school – based evaluation in textbook. . ) The person who conducted evaluation in school is the school personnel. 3. ) The roles of each teacher who participated in the school- based evaluation are the teacher need to maintain the evaluation procedure in the hands of the school personnel. The evaluation process if this will be effective and f this will implement well. 4. ) The results of the school-based evaluation are first, they will know if this is effective and to ensure that this will be meaningful and useful at the school level. ) The results used in the improvement of the curriculum because the result will be based for the next step that we are going to do if we need to change the curriculum or if we need to implement more the curriculum. Activity 2 – Curriculum Accreditation (for Colleges with Accredited Programs) Find out the degree program (Bed, Based) you are enrolled in has been accredited. Go to the faculty in – charge of your accreditation and request where you can secure the following information. Include these in your portfolio under label: Accreditation. 1. Program of Studies 2. Graduation Requirements 3.
Class program for the current semester of your class. 4. Bobs 5. Rest Active Record are the differ subject In you 5. Clay Reflect: p 101 at used Based on the actions you took in the activities above, reflect deeply and answer the questions below. 1. Do you think there are advantages of doing a school – based evaluation of a curriculum? Why? 2. We often see in the school brochures the word ACCREDITED attached to the name. What benefits will the school derive if its curricular programs are accredited? 3. Why is there a need to pilot test, monitor and evaluate curricular programs?
Self – Check: p. 101 – 102 Identify what concept or idea is being described by each statement in column A. Write your answer on the blank provided in column B. Column A – Statements Column B – Answers 2. 3. 4. 5 7. 8. 9. 10. Take Intent for a c Cue Eric B. Imp C. Ach est. Analyze your matrix a. Does A matches with B? Explain b. Does B matches with C? Explain c. Does A matches with C? Explain Activity 2 – Mix and Match Subject or Course Name / Title: Commercial Cooking Objectives (l intended) Activities (I implemented) Evaluation Results (Achieved) Reflect: p. 112 1 .
How would you describe a school curriculum where the intended outcomes o not match with the implemented activities and the achieved outcomes? 2. In writing your lesson plan, would you consider matching the intended, implemented and the achieved curricula? Why? Self – Check: p. 112 Below are phrases/statements that refer to the intended, implemented or achieved curricula. Identify each one of them. 1. Children are going to a field trip In a zoo. 2. Determining the level of performance in a 50 item unit test 3. To construct models that will represent the molecules of sugar – Implemented Cue auricular 4.
Acting out in role play the responsibilities of bargain officials. 5. Accomplished checklist in judging the project made 6. To identify the chartered cities in the Philippines 7. The answer 9. Toss 10. Co etc Module IV Lesson 2 Take Action: p. 126 Now, we are all set to do action… A. Think Pair – Share. With a partner, discuss about criteria for curriculum assessment. B. Give your own concept of the criteria for curriculum assessment. C. Based on your observation in the school and in the classroom, what criteria are used for determining the purposes and also the criteria followed for implementing the curriculum. . From your experience, how are curriculum outputs assessed? Write down your criteria. Reflect: p. 126 1 . What is your concept about criteria and criteria for curriculum assessment? 2. What do you mean by your concept on criteria? 3. Were there some areas you have examined to get your ideas? How did you conceptualize? 4. Is there another way to think about the criteria for curriculum assessment? 5. How are your concepts different from others? Self – Check: p. 127 1 . What are the criteria for writing effective goals and objectives? Give the guidelines for each criterion. Cite examples. 2.