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1. The Teaching Profession
2. Social Dimensions of Education
3. Philosophical Foundations
4. Historical Foundations
5. Legal Foundations
6. Learners’ Development and Environment
7. Experiencing the Teaching-Learning Process
8. Technology in the Learning Environment
9. Understanding Curriculum Development
10. Learning Assessment
11. Strategies On Becoming a Teacher
12. Practice Teaching
• Determine ways and means to ensure the
high standards of personal and professional
development (The Global Teacher; Teaching
• Determine the roles of the teachers as active
members of the community and as global
citizens responsible for the outcomes of their
actions and for developing other citizens.
(Intercultural communication; Gender and
development; Globalization and education)
• Analyze historical, economic, socio-cultural,
geographical, environmental, political and
social-psychological factors that affect the
role of the school as an agent of change.
(School as an agent of change)
• Interpret educational problems in the light of
philosophical and legal foundations of
education. (The Teacher as a Person in the
Society; The Professionalization of Teaching)
• Apply the four pillars of learning in
responding to the aspirations of the
community: learning to know; learning
to do; learning to live together; learning
to be. (Four Pillars of Learning)
• Apply ethical principles and situations
involving teacher’s relationship with
various groups of people. (Guide for
Professional Teachers)
• Reflect on professional teacher’s
accountability to the learners’
performance and achievement to the
teacher’s total involvement in the
teaching profession. (The Teacher as a
Person in Society)

1. Principles of Teaching
2. Curriculum Development
3. Educational Technology
4. Developmental Reading
5. Experiencing the Teaching-Learning
6. Technology in the Learning Environment
7. Understanding Curriculum Development
8. Practice Teaching
• Select activities, teaching methods,
instructional materials and technology,
classroom management techniques
appropriate for chosen subject- area.
(Determining Appropriate Instructional
Approaches and Methods, Learning Activities,
Instructional Materials and Tools)
• Apply appropriate approaches to lesson
planning and curriculum development
(Lesson Planning)
• Choose appropriate principles in the
preparation and utilization of the conventional
and non-conventional technology tools as well
as traditional and alternative teaching
strategies. (Other Modern Methods of Teaching;
Integrated Teaching; Guidelines on the Selection
and Effective Utilization of educational technology
tools and resources)
• Align curriculum components to instruction and
assessment. (Linking curriculum, instruction and
• Distinguish the roles of stakeholders
(students; teachers; employers; parents and
community) in the delivery of the curriculum.
(Delivering the Curriculum)
• Use activities that enhance critical, creative
and metacognitive reading skills (Honing of
critical, creative and metacognitive reading skills)
• Analyze extrinsic and intrinsic factors that
affect reading performance(Extrinsic and
intrinsic factors that affect reading performance)

1. Child and Adolescent Development

2. Facilitating Learning
3. Observation of the Learner and the
Learning Environment
4. The Teaching-Learning Process
5. Practice Teaching
• Analyze the cognitive, metacognitive,
motivational socio-cultural factors that
affect learning. (Cognitive, metacognitive,
motivational, socio-cultural factors that
affect learning)
• Interpret theories and research findings
related to child and adolescent
development along the biological,
linguistic, cognitive, social and
psychological dimensions. (Biological,
linguistic, cognitive, social and
psychological dimensions of development
of children and adolescents)
• Organize the learning environment that
promotes fairness regardless of
culture, family background and gender
responsive to learners’ needs and
difficulties. (Individual differences in
Learning; Theories of styles)

1. Assessment of Learning
2. Learning Assessment Strategies
3. Practice Teaching
• Apply principles in constructing and
interpreting traditional and alternative/
authentic forms of high quality
assessment. (Roles of Assessment;
Principles of High Quality Assessment;
Process and Product Oriented
Performance-Based Assessment; Portfolio
Assessment; Development of Classroom
Assessment Tools; Test Standardization
• Utilize processed data and results in
reporting and interpreting learners’
performance to improve teaching and
learning. (Utilization of assessment data;
Utilization and reporting of test results;
Planning and implementing Parent-
Teacher Conference
• Demonstrate skills in the use of
techniques and tools in assessing
affective learning. (Affective assessment
– competencies, techniques and tools)
1. Study and Thinking Skills
• Use English language correctly and
• Comprehend written text.
2. Writing in the Discipline
• Demonstrate accuracy in using discourse
signals in writing various text types
• Communicate in written English effectively.
3. Speech and Oral Communication
• Apply principles and theories in delivering information orally.
• Develop the art of questioning.
4. Philippine Literature
• Apply knowledge gained from local literary pieces
• Develop comprehension to extract elements in major
literacy genres.
• Relate insights to given situations
5. Master Works of World
• Evaluate master works of the world.
1. Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino
• Nagagamit nang may lalong mataas na antas ng
kasanayan at kahusayan ang Filipino sa akademikong
2. Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pagsasaliksik
• Nababasa nang may wastong pag-unawa ang mga
teksto sa iba’t ibang disiplina
3. Masining na Pagpapahayag
• Nagagamit nang may husay ang Filipino sa pagbuo ng
isang sulating pananaliksik.
• Nagagamit ang angkop na repertwal (repertoire) ng wika
sa pagpapahayag ng kaalaman, karanasan at saloobin
• Fundamentals of Math
• Use of four fundamental operations in problem solving involving:Operations with whole numbers, decimals, fractions and integers
• Prime, composite, denominate numbers
• Prime factorization
• Divisibility rules
• Ratio and proportion
• Percentage, Base and Rate
• Measurement and Unit of Measure
• Perimeter
• Area
• Volume
• Capacity
• Weight
• Plane Geometry
• Show mastery of basic terms and concepts in Plane Geometry
• Lines and curves, perpendicular and parallel lines
• Angles, angle propertiesSpecial triangles and quadrilateralsPolygonsSolve problems involving basic terms and concepts in plane
geometryElementary AlgebraShow mastery of basic terms and concepts in Elementary AlgebraAlgebraic expressionsPolynomialsLinear
equationsLinear inequalitiesSolve, evaluate and manipulate symbolic and numerical problems in elementary algebra by applying
fundamental rules, principles and processes.
• Contemporary MathStatistics and ProbabilityShow mastery and knowledge of basic terms and concepts in statistics and
probabilityCounting techniquesProbability of an eventMeasures of central tendencyMeasures of VariabilitySolve, evaluate, manipulate
symbolic and numerical problems in statistics and probability by applying fundamental rules, principles and processes