JUNE 2012 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

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LAHAT KASALI, KASALI LAHAT!
FIRST TRIMESTER, SY 2012-2013
JUNE 2012
MONDAY
TUESDAY
18
Start of classes
19
Goal Setting
25
Filipino Scientists
26
Market research on
Toy/Robot design
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
13
Bayanihan Camp
20
Our Own Story
14
Bayanihan Camp
21
Club Selling
27
CEM Pre-test
28
CEM Pre-test
SATURDAY
15
22
WIKAHON
(pre-test)
29
How to use clay and
other materials in art
16
Parent’s Orientation
23
“Crisostomo Ibarra”
Ballet Philippines show
30
YPC Writer’s Workshop
JULY 2012
MONDAY
TUESDAY
2
3
The Student Council Nominations for Student
Roles and
Council
Responsibilities
WEDNESDAY
4
Planning Period for the
campaign (July 4 to 9)
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
5
First Club Meeting
6
Six Elements of Art and
Art Movements
SATURDAY
7
9
10
11
Student Council Miting de Student Council Elections Observance of National
Avance
Science and Technology
Week
Pangungusap ba kamo?
Halika’t usap tayo
16
17
18
What are Quadratic
What’s the matter with
RPT Field Work 1
Functions?
MATTER
12
Introduction to
photoshop: interface,
layers and tools
13
14
Blind contour drawing Song Writer’s Workshop
game
19
20
21
Parent’s Night Art class: Angono art tour
23
24
25
Ang mga Katutubo ng Electricity and the home Toy/Robot project update
Luzon
26
Exploring Photoshop
techniques
30
Introduction to polynomial
functions
Pinoy Tai Chi
27
Culmination of
renaissance art
28
31
RPT Field Work 2
AUGUST 2012
MONDAY
6
Religions of the World
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
1
2
3
Magsaya’t magalak, ating How to paint from scratch
Symbolism art
ipagdiwang! Wika nati’y
Filipino !
7
8
9
10
Electricity and Society
Express Yourself!
Photo to Artwork Understanding my role in
my community
SATURDAY
4
11
13
14
RPT field work 3
15
Introduction to
exponential functions
16
Run for Fitness
17
Realism art
18
21
Ninoy Aquino Day
22
Light energy
23
Tai Chi Demo
24
What is a peace
advocate?
25
28
Start of review for T1
assessment
29
Toy/Robot Project
Update 2
30
Photoshop: color effect
31
Pistang Pinoy
PEACEtahanan
Parirala at sugnay,
halika’t pag-ugnayin!
20
NANG at NG … ano ang
pinagkaiba?
27
National Heroes Day
SEPTEMBER 2012
MONDAY
3
Start of assessment week
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
4
THURSDAY
5
FRIDAY
6
7
App–tech Final Final artwork assessment
assessment: create a
Theme: “one world”
poster
SATURDAY
1
8
TRIMESTRAL OBJECTIVES
MALIKHAIN CLASS
TEACHER JEN DEOMANO SANTOS
FILIPINO LITERATURE PIECES:
1. Noli Me Tangere
2. El Filibusterismo
3. Maikling kwento (Wikahon), tula, awit
FILIPINO CLASS OBJECTIVES:
1. Mabasa at maunawaan ang Noli Me Tangere at El Filibusterismo
2. Matukoy ang mga kayarian ng salita
3. Matukoy ang konotasyon at denotasyong kahulugan ng mga salita o parirala
4. Makasulat at makabuo ng maayos at makabuluhang pangungusap
5. Pagsusuri sa nobela (sangkap at uri nito)
ENGLISH LITERATURE PIECES:
The Iliad
ENGLISH CLASS OBJECTIVES:
1. To read and understand the Iliad
2. To be able to write narrative essays, descriptive essays and short stories
RESEARCH AND PROJECT TIME (RPT) CLASS OBJECTIVES:
1. To provide the opportunity for students to make personal interpretations of the trimestral theme and connect it to a problem or inquiry they want to
explore
2. To have the students go through the research process in solving an identified problem or answer an inquiry
SOCIAL STUDIES CLASS OBJECTIVES:
1. To learn how civilization began
2. To learn about different ancient civilizations and how they have contributed to today’s society
3. To understand the different religions of the world: how they began and how they have persisted until today
MATH CLASS OBJECTIVES:
1. To establish class routines and expectations
2. To provide a review of concepts and skills related and directly connected with the content for the trimester
3. To provide opportunities for students to practice and develop logical and deductive reasoning
4. To explore the following content for Grade 9 (Year III): relevance of geometry, basic geometric concepts, angles, polygons, circles, measurements and
geometric relations
5. To explore the following content for Grade 10 (Year IV): relevance of trigonometry, advanced algebra and statistics and the different kinds of functions
SCIENCE CLASS OBJECTIVES:
1. To establish class routines and expectations
2. To discover the contributions of Filipino scientists
3. To review mathematical concepts used in the disciplines of chemistry and physics
4. To provide opportunities for students to practice the use of the scientific process in answering inquiries and problems
5. To explore the following content for Grade 9 (Year III): contributions of chemistry, quantitative analysis, matter and solutions
6. To explore the following content for Grade 10 (Year IV): contributions of physics, energy in the home – electricity, and energy in the environment - light
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY CLASS OBJECTIVE:
1. To let the student learn, create and explore digital art
2. To provide opportunities for students to manipulate, edit and create images with the use of modern technology and design software
PE CLASS OBJECTIVES:
1. To help students express and work through their fears, anxieties and desires through game challenges
2. To attain reasonable skills in developing physical fitness
3. To perform a combination of locomotor and non-locomotor movements
4. To demonstrate basic skills in playing traditional/native games
5. To develop open-mindedness, creativity, and flexibility in problem solving through play
MUSIC CLASS OBJECTIVES:
For the students to be able to:
1. Read an instrumental or vocal score of up to four staves and explain how the elements of music are used.
2. Transcribe simple songs when presented aurally into melodic and rhythmic notation (level of difficulty: 1 on a scale of 1–6).
3. Sight-read music accurately and expressively (level of difficulty: 3 on a scale of 1–6).
4. Analyze and describe the use of musical elements and expressive devices (e.g., articulation, dynamic markings) in aural examples in a varied repertoire
of music representing diverse genres, styles, and cultures.
ART CLASS OBJECTIVES:
To let the students learn more about the different visual art styles of the world with the help of artists and their art works
SELF AND SOCIAL AWARENESS (SSA) CLASS OBJECTIVES:
1. To provide opporunties for self-awareness and identifying their strengths and goals
2. To guide students as they formulate long-term and short-term goals
3. To introduce/review friendship tips to lay the foundations for PEACEful relationships
PRACTICAL LIFE CLASS OBJECTIVES:
To provide opportunities to deepen understanding of Social Studies concepts through practical and fun activities like cooking and craft projects
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