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My Learning Activities

ACTIVITY 1

Name(s) Designation Meaning Signature


Curriculum is the set of
school academic
Maa National
program in specific
1. Mr. Allan Locsin High School
principle. It is a set of
(Teacher) blue print of intended
learning.

Christian
Colleges Of Curriculum is a set of
2. Ms. Alicia Bernardo subjects that students
Southeast Asia
need to achieve.
(Student)

Christian
Colleges Of The courses that are
3. Ms. Camille Baslan taught by a school/
Southeast Asia
colleges
(Student)

CONCLUSION (After analyzing the results of the interview, what can you conclude?)
S I conclude that curriculum has the great impact on education aspects. Also we have different of curriculum but
it has the same taught or idea. I conclude that they are all correct: all those statements have a sense. Though, they
have different kind of meaning of what is curriculum. Teachers defined curriculum in different meanings but the
thoughts of their answers are all the same. All I need to do is respect their answers.
The teacher must be able to know, aware and sensitive about the hidden curriculum
because this type of curriculum is unwritten and it may have different factors that might
affect our curricula on in our curriculum itself. Teacher is one factor or reason in
implementing the curriculum to students whatever the type is being implemented in any
institution.
Mr. Allan Locsin
Signature of the Interviewee
Over Printed Name

My Learning Activities
Interview an administrator, a student and a parent. Find out their view
ACTIVITY 1 points in the traditional and progressive curriculum.

Name of the Student: Alicia Bernardo


School: Christian Colleges Of Southeast Asia
Signature:

Aspects Traditional Progressive


Teachers are the sources of Teachers are facilitators and
Role of Teacher
information and discipline. implementers.
Learners are dependent to the Learners are not dependent to
Role of Pupil
teacher. teachers.
Modes of Instructions Broaden Brief

Instructional Materials Books Computers

Modes of Assessment Pencil and Paper Exam Practical Exam

Interview an administrator, a student and a parent. Find out their


ACTIVITY 1.1 view points in the traditional and progressive curriculum.

Name of Faculty Member: Mr. Allan Locsin


School: Maa National High School
Subject areas Taught/Handled: Araling Panlipunan
Signature:
Aspects Traditional Progressive
Uses internet for their
Role of Teacher Dependent of books
additional information.
Student follows instructions to Student is independent and
Role of Pupil
the teacher. ready to learn new lessons.

Modes of Instructions Sequencing Brief and concise

Instructional Materials Books and chalkboards Projector and computer

Modes of Assessment Pencil and Paper Exam Practical Exam

Name of Administrator: Mr. Ruben Pascua


School: Christian Colleges Of Southeast Asia
No. of years of Administrative Experience: 18 years
Signature:

Aspects Traditional Progressive


Independent on their own
Role of Teacher Following instruction perception in giving an
instruction
Independent and less
Role of Pupil Dependent to the teacher
supervision.

Modes of Instructions Sequencing instruction Brief and concise instruction

Books, manual, workbooks


Instructional Materials Projector and Computer
and chalkboard.

Modes of Assessment Check the lesson plan. Surprise visit of the classes.

Interview an administrator, a student and a parent. Find out their


ACTIVITY 1.2 view points in the traditional and progressive curriculum.

Name of Parent: Eunice L. Olaivar


Highest Educational Attainment: College
Signature:
Aspects Traditional Progressive
Regulate the rules in the
Role of Teacher Knower of every lesson.
classroom.
Following the rules and Independent and less
Role of Pupil
instruction of the teacher. supervision.
Modes of Instructions Not direct to the point. Clear and direct to the point.

Instructional Materials Chalk board Computer

Modes of Assessment Long Exam Practical Exam