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TASK

THE MEANING OF CURRICULUM

MY EPISODE OVERVIEW
The episode unfolds the meaning of curriculum from the students point of
view, from authoritative sources and from different people of various
disciplines.

MY DESIRED LEARNING OUTCOME

Give the meaning of curriculum from different points of view.


Analyze the different meanings of curriculum.
Prepare accomplish matrix on the evolving meaning of curriculum.

MY

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

I will

rated along the following:

Quality of my observation and documentation.


Completeness and depth of analysis.
Depth and clarity of classroom observation-based reflection.
Completeness, organization, clarity of portfolio and
Time of submission of portfolio.

MY LEARNING ESSENTIALS
The word curriculum may be defined in various ways. The definitions maybe limited or
broad in scope.
LIMITED DEFINITIONS OF THE
CURRICULUM

A set of course
constituting an area of
specialization.

Is an identification of
proper goals

Can be considered as a
system of dealing with
people and the process

Is a means of attaining the


aims or philosophy of
education

Planned learning
experiencesTHAT
ENSURE

BROAD DEFINITION OF THE CURRICULUM

Sum total of all learning experiences


inside and outside of school.
The set of leanings and experiences for
students/learners planned by the school
to attain the aims of education.
Is the entire range of experiences,
undirected and directed, concerned with
the unfolding the abilities of the
individual.
Is a plan of action or written document
which includes strategies for achieving
desired goals or ends
Serves as the operational medium
through which the school displays and
coordinates the patterns of transmission,
translation, and transposition of educative
experiences
for which
it assumes
ABLE
TO DO THIS
ACTIVITY,
I MUST
responsibility.

TO
I WILL BE
FOLLOWTHE STEPS IN REACHING THE CURRICULUM FLAG
MY MAP

Write a letter of request to visit a school.

Upon approval, go to the designated persons to be interviewed. Analyze the results of


the interview.

Visit the school library or surf the internet. Get the two (2) meanings of the word
curriculum.

Evolve your own definition based on your interview.

Write your reflection on your first activity. Prepare your portfolio.

ACTIVITY 1

ifferent schools in various disciplines and levels. Get their opinions on the meaning of curriculum.

NAME

DESIGNATION

MEANING

LEAH
OPEN

MAE

D.

Teacher I (Grade 5)

Guided
instruction
Facilitator
Teacher
Written guide for
ones
purpose,
objectives,
approach, etc

SIGNATURE

FERGIE
BITO

MAE

LIBVE L. CUYNO

C.

Teacher I (Grade 8)

Teacher II (Grade
7)

Teacher
Instructor
facilitator

teacher
educator
mentoring
researcher

CONCLUSIONS:
(after analyzing the results of the interview, what can you conclude?)

In my conclusion, curriculum involves an interaction


between a teacher, facilitator or any individual and a student for a
resolution of attaining a preferred consequence basing on a guide
instruction and objective.

ACTIVITY 2
e internet or consult the dictionary. Write meanings of curriculum written from authoritative sources.
MEANING OF CURRICULUM

REFERRENCE(S)

1. A course of study at a school, at a


university, etc.,

Websters English Dictionary


2007, Geddes and Grosset,
David Dale Publishing House,
New Lanark, ML 11 9DJ, Scotland

2. Curriculum refers to the means


and materials with which students
will interact for the purpose of
achieving identified educational
outcomes.

http://www.education.com/
reference/article/curriculumdefinition/

MY ANALYSIS

In my analysis, curriculum is the program being planned


and unplanned that is used collaboratively in its purpose and tends to have the
desired result, providing the needs of the learners in the institution.

ACTIVITY 3

meaning of curriculum. Consider all the meanings you have taken from different sources and from authoritat

WHAT IS
CURRICULUM?

MY KEY LEARNING POINTS


WHAT IS CURRICULUM?
Curriculum is coherently emphasizing a place where every learner is
expected to read with comprehension, write with clarity, and
effectively speak and listen with social connection with each other.

HOW DID I FEEL AFTER THE ACTIVITIES?


The activity raises a special challenge that every child needs a
learning that is committed to build a character appropriate for its own
purpose.

MY REFLECTION

1. Why is curriculum important?


Curriculum is important because it is the main foundation and structure of the
lessons and academic content taught in school. It is the benchmark of where to begin
the process of planning the lessons and skills enriched in the school. It is indicating the
frameworks in learning new ideas.

2. How can one enrich the curriculum in every school?


Curriculum is the most basic in the school structure. It is created to bring
oneness among the community. School should be small enough to assure that every
student will be known by name. The school must be a purposeful place with a clear
and vital mission. A school must be an institution where everyone is treated fairly. A
caring place, where everyone feels secure with clearly defined rules and conduct.

INTEGRATING
THEORY AND
PRACTICE

DIRECTION:
Read the
items given
below and
encircle the right answer.

1. In a curriculum development class, the teacher asked the


students to give an enriched definition of the curriculum.
Which of the following encompasses the true essence of
the term?
a. Curriculum is a list of subjects to take to complete a course.
b. Curriculum is the sum total of all the learning experiences in
the teaching-learning process.
c. Curriculum is a list of courses I order to graduate.
d. Curriculum is a never ending process in education.
2. Ordinary people consider curriculum as __________?
I.
II.
III.

a list of subjects
course to complete
subjects to undertake
a.
b.
c.
d.

I only
II only
III only
I, II, and III

3. Curriculum maybe defined in many ways? What does this


prove?
a. The concept of curriculum is based on those given by
experts.
b. The concept is limited and narrow in scope.
c. The curriculum is characterized as fragmentary, elusive and
confusing.
d. The concept of curriculum maybe defined in many
perspectives.

PIECES OF EVIDENCES

Mr. Lieve L. Cuyno


Grade 7- Osmea
Suarez National High School
Teacher II

Mrs. Fergie May C. Vito


Grade 8- Quirino
Suarez National High School
Teacher I

Ms. Leah Mae D. Open


Grade 5
Nazaraious Child Development Foundation Inc.
Zamora Extension, Villa Verde
Iligan City
Teacher 1

MY LEARNING RUBRIC
Field Study 4 Episode 1- THE MEANING OF CURRICULUM
Focused on:
giving the meaning of curriculum from different points of view
analyzing the different meanings of curriculum
preparing/accomplishing matrix on the evolving meaning of curriculum

Name of FB Student: Marlon C. Baslot


Date Submitted: _________________
School: _____________________________________________________________________
LEARNING
EPISODES

LEARNING
ACTIVITIES

Analysis of
the Learning
Episode

EXEMPLARY

SUPERIOR

SATISFACTORY

NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT

All episodes were


done with
outstanding quality
work exceeds
expectation

All or nearly all


episodes were done
with high quality

Nearly all
episodes were
done with
acceptable
quality

Fewer than half of


episodes were
done or most
objectives were
met but need
improvement

All
questions/episodes
were answered
completely, in depth
answers, thoroughly
grounded on
theories. Exemplary
grammar and
spelling

Analysis questions
were answered
completely.

Analysis
questions were
not answered
completely.

Analysis
questions were
not answered.

Clear connection
with theories

Vaguely related
to the theories.

Grammar and
spelling
unsatisfactory

Grammar and
spelling are together.
Grammar and
spelling
acceptable

REFLECTIONS
/
INSIGHTS

LEARNING
PORTFOLIO

SUBMISSION
OF LEARNING
EPISODES

Reflection
statements are
profound and clear,
supported by
experiences from the
learning episodes.

Reflection
statements are clear,
but not clearly
supported by
experiences from the
learning episodes.

Reflection
statements are
shallow,
supported by
experiences from
the learning
episodes

Reflection
statements are
unclear and
shallow, and are
not supported by
experiences from
the learning
episodes

Portfolio is complete,
clear, well-organized
and all supporting
documentations are
located in sections
clearly designated

Portfolio is complete,
clear, well-organized
and most supporting
documentations are
available and logical
and clearly marked
locations

Portfolio is
incomplete,
supporting
documentations
are organized
but are lacking

Analysis
questions are not
answered.

Submitted before the


deadline

Submitted on the
deadline

Submitted in day
after the
deadline

Submitted two or
more after the
deadline

Grammar and
spelling
unsatisfactory.

COMMENTS

Over-all Score

Over-all Score

TRANSMUTATION OF SCORE TO GRADE/RATING


SCOR
E

20

19-18

17

16

15

14

13-12

11

10

98

7belo
w

GRAD
E

1.0

1.25

1.50

1.75

2.00

2.25

2.50

2.75

3.00

5.00

99

96

93

90

87

84

81

78

75

3.
5
72

____________________________________________

______________________

Signature of FS Teacher above Printed Name

TASK

7.1
below

Date

THE TYPES OF CURRICULUM IN SCHOOL


MY EPISODE OVERVIEW

The episode describes the different types of curricula in schools. This


learning episode allows you to differentiate the types of curricula existing
in different schools.
MY

DESIRED LEARNING OUTCOME

Summarized the existing types of curricula in various schools.


Reflect on the importance of the different types of curricula.
Complete the matrix on the types of curricula.

MY PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
I will rated along the following:

Quality of my observation and documentation.


Completeness and depth of analysis.
Depth and clarity of classroom observation-based reflection.
Completeness, organization, clarity of portfolio and
Time of submission of portfolio.

MY LEARNING ESSENTIALS
There are several types of curriculum existing in schools.
TYPES OF CURRICULA IN SCHOOL

1. RECOMMENDED
CURRICULUM

2. WRITTEN CURRICULUM

3. TAUGHT CURRICULUM

4. SUPPORTED CURRICULUM

There are recommendations in the form or


memoranda or policy, standards and
guidelines that came from government
agencies such as DepEd, CHED and TESDA
and
professional
organizations
or
international bodies such as UNESCO.

This includes documents based on the


recommended curriculum. They come in
the form of course of study, syllabi,
modules, books, instructional guides
among
others.
Example
of
written
curriculum is the teachers lesson plan.
The teacher and the learners will put life to
the written curriculum. The skill of the
teacher to facilitate learning based on the
written curriculum with the aid of
instructional materials and facilities is
necessary.

These are support materials that the teacher


needs. This includes print materials like
books, charts, worksheets, and non-print
materials like PowerPoint presentations
and other electronic illustrations. It also
includes facilities like science laboratory
and playground.

This is the curriculum that is evaluated after


it has been taught. It can either be
assessment for learning, assessment as

5. ASSESSED CURRICULUM

learning or assessment of learning. If the


process is to find the progress of learning,
then assessed curriculum is for learning,
but it to find out how much has been
learned or mastered, then it is assessment
of learning.

These are measured by tools in


assessment, which can indicate the
cognitive, affective and psychomotor
outcomes.
Learned
curriculum
also
demonstrates higher order and critical
thinking and lifelong skills.

This is the unwritten curriculum- peer


influence, school environment, media,
parental pressures, societal charges,
cultural practices, natural calamities are
some factors create hidden curriculum

6. LEARNED CURRICULUM

7. HIDDEN/IMPLICIT
CURRICULUM

Teaching kids to count is fine, but teaching them what


counts is best.
-Bob Talbert

MY MAP

VISIT THE SCHOOL NEAR


YOUR PLACE OR YOUR
ALMA
INTERVIEW
A TEACHER
MATEER
,INTERVIEW
A
BASED
ON
GIVEN
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR
QUESTION
OR TYOUR FORMER
TEACHER IN YOUR
SCHOOL.

1
3

WRITE YOUR
REFLECTION AND
INSIGHTS

ANSWER THE
ASSESSMENT
QUESTION

LIST DOWN THE


TOOLS USED BY THE
SCHOOL

TO ENSURE THAT I WILL


BE ABLE TO DO THIS
ACTIVITY, I MUST
FOLLOW THE MAP

It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in


creative expression and knowledge.
Albert Einstein

MY LEARNING ACTIVITIES

ACTIVITY 1
er, administrator, or former teacher in that school. Find out what curriculum is being used in the schools/colle
Name of
Schools/Colleg
es Universities

RECOMMENDE
D
CURRICULUM

WRITTEN
CURRICULUM

TAUGHT
CURRICULUM

Nazaraious Child
Development
Foundation, Zamora
Extension, Villa Verde,
Iligan City

Suarez National High


School, Suarez, Iligan
City

South II Central School


Suarez, Iligan City

SUPPORTED
CURRICULUM

ASSESSED
CURRICULUM

LEARNED
CURRICULUM

HIDDEN/IMPLI
CIT
CURRICULUM

Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell where their


influence stops.
Henry Brooks Adams

ACTIVITY 2
w a teacher from a school. Ask this question.
ust a teacher be aware and sensitive to the hidden curriculum?

Teacher must be aware of the hidden curriculum because it is reenforcing the


lessons taught in formal curriculum, or might be contradicting it. It is based on the
concept of how the students absord the lessons in school that may or may not be part
of the course of study- for example, how they should behave or interact with peers,
teachers, and other adults; how they should perceive different races, groups, or classes
of people; or what ideas and behaviors are considered acceptable or unacceptable.
- http://edglossary.org/hidden-curriculum/

List down some of the tools used by the school to assess the curriculum

ACTIVITY 3

PAPER
AND
PENCIL
STRATEGY
PRACTICA
L
PROBLEM
-SOLVING
SITUATION

BEHAVIOR
AL
STRATEGY

Tools used
by the school
to asses
their
curriculum

ORAL
RECITATIO
N
STRAYEGY

CHECKLIS
T

TEACHER
-MADE TEST
EXAMINATIO
N

PERFORMA
NCE-BASED
STRATEGY

MY REFLECTION/INSIGHTS

A good curriculum manifest the desired outcome of


learning. It was carefully designed to meet the real
need

of

every

learner,

it

is

discussing

the

significance and issues of everyone involve in the


structure of the school and to the real world.
Curriculum is not all about the knowledge and skills
that the school expects successful students to
acquire but also programs that are intended to
supplement the academic aspect of the school
experience

INTEGRATING THEORY AND PRACTICE


DIRECTION: Read the items given below and encircle the right answer.

1. The Philippine Association for Teachers and Educators


(PAFTE) proposed a new curriculum for Teacher Education
to make the graduates globally competitive. What type of
curriculum is this?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Supposed Curriculum
Hidden Curriculum
Assessed Curriculum
Recommended Curriculum

2. In order to have an effective teaching and learning,


there must be an adequate utilization of learning
materials. What time of curriculum is this?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Assessed Curriculum
Hidden Curriculum
Recommended Curriculum
Supported Curriculum

3. When teachers conduct a series of evaluation to determine


the extent of teaching, what must be implemented?
a. Hidden Curriculum
b. Taught Curriculum
c. Learned Curriculum
d. Assessed Curriculum

MY LEARNING RUBRIC

Field Study 4 Episode 2- THE TYPES OF CURRICULA IN SCHOOL


Focused on:

Summarizing the existing types of curricula in various schools


Reflecting on the importance of the different types of curricula
Completing the matrix on the types of curricula

Name of FB Student: MARLON C. BASLOT


Date Submitted:______________
School: ____________________________________________________________________
LEARNING
EPISODES

LEARNING
ACTIVITIES

Analysis of
the Learning
Episode

EXEMPLARY

SUPERIOR

SATISFACTORY

NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT

All episodes were


done with
outstanding quality
work exceeds
expectation

All or nearly all


episodes were done
with high quality

Nearly all
episodes were
done with
acceptable
quality

Fewer than half of


episodes were
done or most
objectives were
met but need
improvement

All
questions/episodes
were answered
completely, in depth
answers, thoroughly
grounded on
theories. Exemplary
grammar and
spelling

Analysis questions
were answered
completely.

Analysis
questions were
not answered
completely.

Analysis
questions were
not answered.

Clear connection
with theories

Vaguely related
to the theories.

Grammar and
spelling
unsatisfactory

Grammar and
spelling are together.
Grammar and
spelling
acceptable

REFLECTIONS
/
INSIGHTS

LEARNING
PORTFOLIO

SUBMISSION
OF LEARNING
EPISODES

Reflection
statements are
profound and clear,
supported by
experiences from the
learning episodes.

Reflection
statements are clear,
but not clearly
supported by
experiences from the
learning episodes.

Reflection
statements are
shallow,
supported by
experiences from
the learning
episodes

Reflection
statements are
unclear and
shallow, and are
not supported by
experiences from
the learning
episodes

Portfolio is complete,
clear, well-organized
and all supporting
documentations are
located in sections
clearly designated

Portfolio is complete,
clear, well-organized
and most supporting
documentations are
available and logical
and clearly marked
locations

Portfolio is
incomplete,
supporting
documentations
are organized
but are lacking

Analysis
questions are not
answered.

Submitted before the


deadline

Submitted on the
deadline

Submitted in day
after the
deadline

Submitted two or
more after the
deadline

COMMENTS

Over-all Score

Grammar and
spelling
unsatisfactory.

Over-all Score

TRANSMUTATION OF SCORE TO GRADE/RATING


SCOR
E

20

19-18

17

16

15

14

13-12

11

10

9-8

7belo
w

GRAD
E

1.0

1.25

1.50

1.75

2.00

2.25

2.50

2.75

3.00

3.5

5.00

99

96

93

90

87

84

81

78

75

72

7.1
below

____________________________________________

______________________

Signature of FS Teacher above Printed Name

Date

PIECES OF EVIDENCES

Child Development

Grade 5 Pupils at Nazaraios


Foundation Inc.

Garde 6- Cacau
at South II
Central School

Grade 7Osmea at
Suarez National
High School