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7 Types Of Curriculum According To Allan Glatthorn

1. Recommended Curriculum - The curriculum that is recommended by scholars and professional


organizations.
Basic Education - Recommended by DepEd
Higher Education - Recommended by CHED
Vocational Education - TESDA
2. Written Curriculum - Documents based on recommended curriculum
Example: syllabi, course of study, module, books or instructional guides, lesson plan.

3. Taught Curriculum - The curriculum which teachers actually deliver day by day.

4. Supported Curriculum - Includes those resources that support the curriculum-textbooks, software, and
other media supporting materials that make learning and teaching meaningful print materials like books,
charts, posters, worksheets, or non-print materials like Power Point presentations, movies, slides, models,
mock ups, realias facilities – playground, laboratory, AV rooms, zoo, museum, market or plaza (places where
direct experiences occur)

5. Learned Curriculum - The bottom-line curriculum it is the curriculum that students actually learn.

6. Assessed Curriculum - The curriculum which appears as tests and performance measures: state tests,
standardized tests, district tests, and teacher-made tests.

7. Hidden/Implicit Curriculum - This is the unintended curriculum. It defines what students learn from the
physical environment, the policies, and the procedures of the school. Not planned but has a great impact on
students

 54 - the old name of EDSA during ww-II

 Trisomy 21 - also known as down syndrome

 Kumintang - Filipinos would sing this song in preparation for war battle

 En ventre sa mere - the right of the unborn child is the same as the right of individual

 Mark Twain - pen name of Samuel Clemens

 Heroic Couplet - last two lines of the Sonnet

 Sergio Osmena - the first appointed head of the Department of Education during Commonwealth
period

 Philippine Normal University - established by the Americans for aspiring educators in 1901

 Animal cells - donot produce cell walls

 Bousterophedon - Ancient Greeks form of writing

 Nitrogen - the nost abundant gas in the atmosphere

 Skin - body's largest organ

 Chivalric education - also known as social discipline. The educational system which emphasized social
etiquette
 Socratic method - teachers ask questions to try to get students to clarify and rethink their own ideas,
to come eventually to a deep and clear understanding of philosophical concepts

 Saracenic education - this education is training for scientific thinking

 verbatim - word for word

 Social Justice - very foundation of genuine peace and reconciliation

 National Treasury - provides the fund to support the Air Quality Management in the Philippines

 Tomas Pinpin - kauna-unahang manlilimbag na Pilipino

 Pascual Poblete - tinaguriang "Ama ng Pahayagang tagalog"

 Oxygen - a by-product of Photosynthesis

 water - universal solvent

 Gametes (in human) - contain 22 autosomes and 1 sex chromosome

 Emilio Jacinto - utak ng Katipunan

 Apolinario Mabini - utak ng rebolusyon

 Kinkee - the gas lamp used to lighten the streets in intramuros way back in history

 Miranda rule - right of a person under arrest

 Epistemology - examines the nature and origin of human knowledge

 empiricism - holds that the sensory experience is the source of knowledge

 Agnoticism - coined by Thomas Huxley which means "not knowledgnow

 metaphysics - it seeks to find out what is ultimately real.

 Enculturation -- learning culture from one's group.

 Acculturation -- process of learning some new traits from other culture.

 Assimilation -- changing of current culture by means of adopting other.

 Amalgamation -- adopt your beliefs, socialities of your partners/group/friends.

 Immersion -- complete involvement.

 Gemeinshaft -- community shared experiences, instead of individual (collectivism)

 Geselleshaft -- needs of individual instead of group (individualism)

 Authoritarian -- make demands on weild manner power but lack of warmth.

 Authoritative -- establish restriction and explain with what is the reason why
Father of Biology : Aristotle Father of Modern Biology: Linnaeus

Father of Antibiotics : Alexander Fleming Father of Taxonomy : Carolus Linnaeus

Father of Immunology : Edward Jenner Father of Microbiology : Anton van Leuwenhoek

Father of Modern Microbiology : Louis Pasteur Father of Medical Microbiology : Robert Koch

Father of Pathology : Rudolph Virchow Father of Bacteriology : Robert Koch

Father of Virology : W.M.Stanley Father of Embryology : Aristotle

Father of Modern Embryology : Ernst Von Baer Father of Physiology : Stephan Hales

Father of Modern Experimental Physiology : Calude Bernard Father of Genetics : Rev. Gregor Mendel

Father of Modern Genetics : Bateson Father of Human Genetics/ Biochemical Genetics : Arachibald Garrod

Father of Experimental Genetics : T.H. Morgan Father of Haploid Genetics / Neurospora Genetics : Dodge

Father of Ecology : Theophrastus Father of Cloning : Ian Willmut

Father of Plant anatomy : Grew Father of Histology (Microscopic anatomy) : Malpighi

Father of Cytology : Robert Hooke Father of modern Cytology : Swanson

Father of Paleontology : Leonard da Vinci Father of modern Paleontology : Cuvier

Father of Concept of Evolution: Empedocles Father of Botany: Theophrastus

Father of Modern Botany : Bauhin Father of Zoology : Aristotle

Father of Biochemistry : Liebig Father of Epidemiology : John Snow

Father of Plant Pathology : de Bary Father of Modern Pathology : Rudolf Virchow

Father of Genetic Engineering : Paul Berg Father of Gene therapy : Anderson

Father of Ethology : Konard Lorentz Father of Endocrinology : Thomas Addison

Father of Eugenics : Galton Father of Gerantology : Korenchevsk

Father of Palynology : Erdtman Father of Stress physiology : Hans Selye

Father of Electrocardiography : Einthoven Father of DNA Fingerprinting : Alec Jeffery

Father of Mycology : Micheli Father of Bryology : Hedwig

Father of Phycology: Father of ATP cycle: Lipmann Father of Chemotherapy :

Father of Anatomy : Herophilus Father of Modern Anatomy : Andreas Vesalius

Father of actinobiology / radiation biology : HJVS Muller Father of Homeopathy : Hahnemann

Father of Ayurveda : Charka Father of Surgery and Plastic Surgery : Susruta


Father of Blood Circulation : William Harvey Father of Medicine : Hippocrates

Father of Blood Group : Landsteiner Father of Polio Vaccine : Jonas Salk

Father of Green Revolution: Norman Borlaug

FILIPINO

JULIAN FELIPE- Composer of the Philippine National Hymn.

MANUEL GUERRERO- Filipino doctor who discovered Tiki-Tiki.

PEDRO BUCANEG- The earliest Ilocano poet on record.

DEL SUPERIOR GOBIERNO- First Newspaper in the Philippines.

ANAHAW- The National Leaf of the Philippines.

JOSE PALMA- Filipino poet who set words to the National Hymn.

APARTHEID- complete segregation of white from black.

AGUSTINIAN CHURCH- First church in the Philippines.

TAGAILOG- Pen name of Antonio Luna.

PINEAPPLE- The newest source of alcohol in the Philippines.

KOHAUTEK- comet of the century

SINTAKS/SINTAKSIS/PALAUGNAYAN - sangay ng barirala na tumatalakay sa masistemang pagkaka-ayus-ayos


ng mga salita sa pagbuo ng mga parirala at pangungusap

PEN NAMES OF FILIPINO PROTAGONISTS

ANDRES BONIFACIO – May Pag-asa, Agapito, Bagumbayan

ANTONIO LUNA – Taga-Ilog

EMILIO AGUINALDO - Magdalo

EMILIO JACINTO – Di Masilaw, Tingkian

GRACIANO LOPEz JAENA – Diego, Laura

JOSEMA. PANGANIBAN ¬– JoMaPa

JOSE RIZAL – Dimas alang, Laon laan

JUAN LUNA – Buan

MARCELO DEL PILAR – Plaridel, Dolores Manapat, Piping Dilat


MARIANO PONCE – Tikbalang, Naning, (Satanas), Kalipulako

MGA URI NG PANGUNGUSAP:

1. EKSISTENSYAL – mayroong isa o higit pang tao Halimbawa: Mayroon daw puno sa bakuran.

2. MODAL – nais/pwede/maari (Gusto ko matulog.)

3. PANLIPUNAN – pagbati, pagbigay galang atbp.

4. SAGOT LAMANG – “Talaga?”, “Oo”

5. SAMBITLA – masidhing damdamin (Aray!)

6. TEMPORAL – panandaliang kalagayan o panahon

KAYARIAN:

1. PAYAK – iisang kaisipan

2. TAMBALAN – dalawang sugnay na ‘di makapag-iisa

3. HUGNAYAN – madalas nagsisimula sa kung, dahil sa

4. LANGKAPAN – mahabang pangungusap

Quijano de manila- pen name of Nick Joaquin

Mark twain- pen name of samuel clemens

Pedro Bukaneg- father of ilokano literature

Lola basyang- pen name of severino reyes

Manila bulletin- oldest existing newspaper in the country.

Jose corazon de jesus- father of tagalog poetry

Alejandro Abadilla- father of modern tagalog poetry

Noli me tangere- rizals literary crowning achievement

Mahabharata- longest epic in the world

Alibata- first filipino alphabet

Kundiman- song about love

Ambition- cause of Macbeth's tragic end

Steven javellana- author " Without seeing the dawn

Paz m. Benitez- author " dead stars

Ares- god of war


Stratosphere- layer of the ozone

Food web- system of food chain

Sahara desert- largest ecosystem

Skin- largest organ

Dinoflagellates- cause red tide

Philippines- ring of fire

Type O- universal donor

Teoryang pooh- pooh- tunog mula sa silakbo ng damdamin

Teoryang bow wow- tunog mula sa likha ng kalikasan

Scanning- pahapyaw na pagbas

Skimming- pinakamabilis na pagbasa

Francisco lopez- sumulat ng unang balarilang ilokano

Mariano perfecto- ama ng panitikang bisaya

Santiago magean- ama ng moro-moro sa pangasinan

Jorge fajardo- ama ng panitikang pampango

Eriberto gumban- ama ng panitikang bisaya

Pascual poblete- ama ng pahayagan, unang nagsalin ng noli sa tagalog

Amado hernandez- makata ng mga manggagawa

Graciano lopez jaena- fray botod

Liwayway arceo- uhaw ang tigang na lupa

Narciso reyes- lupang tinubuan

Severino reyes- walang sugat

Lope k. Santos- banaag at sikat

Zoilo galang- a child of sorrow

Aurelio tolentino- kahapon, ngaun at bukas

UST- pinakamatandang university

Monalisa- most famous work of art of leonardo da vinci

SOME TYPES OF GOVERNMENTS


1. COMMUNIST – classless society - State plans and controls economy

2. PARLIAMENTARY – majority of people voted

3. REPUBLICAN – power comes from people

PHILIPPINE PRESIDENTS

(AgQueLaOsRoQuiMagGarMaMarAquiRaEsArAquiDut)

ACTS

1. ASSOCIATION OF SE ASIAN NATIONS (ASEAN)

- Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Brunei, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia

2. BELL TRADE (PHILIPPINE TRADE ACT) – bet. Phil. & U.S.

3. KYOTO PROTOCOL (UNNCC) - fight global warming decreasing greenhouse gases

4. RIO DE JANEIRO CONVENTION - environment and sustainable development

5. TEJEROS CONVENTION – election - Bonifacio elected as Director Imperator

6. TREATY ON GENERAL RELATIONS - recognition of U.S. to Philippine freedom

7. UNDERWORLD-SIMMONS ACT – full free foreign trade

8. PAYNE ALDRICH ACT – partial free foreign trade

MISSIONARIES AND EXPEDITIONS

1. AUGUSTINIANS – most intelligent

2. FRANCISCANIANS – sends medical aids

3. DOMINICANS – richest

4. JESUITS

5. RECOLETOS – most killed schools

MARTYR PRIESTS

1. BURGOS – youngest, mastermind of secularization

2. GOMEZ – Oldest, likes “sabong” and hid there