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PICTURE PERPECT

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SUBJECTS P A G E 3
INTEGRATION P A G E 4
I N T E G R AT I O N O F L E A R N I N G A R E A S
T O WA R D S
Effective Teaching and Learning
M A. R E M ALY N E G . C R U Z
Master Teacher I
INDICATOR 1
-RPMS20192020

Apply knowledge and content within


and across the curriculum content
teaching areas.

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accurate, in-depth, and
broad knowledge within
INDICATOR 1 and across curriculum
-RPMS20192020 areas
The teacher applies high-level
knowledge of content and pedagogy that
creates a conducive learning environment
that enables an in-depth and sophisticated
understanding of the teaching and
learning process to meet individual or
group learning needs within and across
curriculum content areas.
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INDICATOR 1
WITHIN CURRICULUM CONTENT AREA
inclusion of appropriately chosen
intra-disciplinary topics and
enabling learning competencies
within the curriculum guide of a
specific learning area and grade
level
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INDICATOR 1
ACROSS CURRICULUM CONTENT AREA
making meaningful connections
and including appropriate
interdisciplinary topics and
learning competencies cited in the
curriculum guide of other learning
areas in any grade level
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CROSS CURRICULAR
INSTRUCTION

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Cross-Curricular Instruction
a conscious effort to apply knowledge,
principles, and/or values to more than one
academic discipline simultaneously. The
disciplines may be related through a central
theme, issue, problem, process, topic, or
experience." (Jacobs, 1989)

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4 ways to design a Cross-Curriculum Units
1. Parallel Integration
2. Infusion Integration
3. Multidisciplinary Integration
4. Transdisciplinary Integration

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Parallel Integration
In this situation, teachers from different subject
areas focus on the same theme with varying
assignments. An example involves integrating the
curriculum between American Literature and
American History courses. For example, an
English teacher might teach "The Crucible" by
Arthur Miller while an American history teacher
teaches about the Salem Witch Trials.
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Example
Talk about oneself
and one’s family
EN1OL-IIIa-b – 1.17

Pagkilala sa mga kasapi ng


Pamilya
AP1PAMIIa-1

Pampamilyang
Pagkakabuklod
EsP2PKP- Id-e – 12

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Infusion Curriculum Integration
This type of integration occurs when a teacher
infuses other subjects into daily lessons. For
example, a science teacher might discuss the
atomic bomb and the end of World War II when
teaching about splitting the atom and atomic
energy in a science class. No longer would a
discussion about splitting atoms be purely
theoretical. Instead, students can learn the real-
world consequences of atomic warfare. P A G E 16
Example
Stages of Growth and
Development
H7GD-Ide-16

Pagkilala ng Sarili at Pagpapahayag Changes in the health dimensions


ng Sariling Emosyon during adolescence
SEKPSE-Ie-5 H7GD-Ide-17

Heredity: Inheritance and


Variation
S3LT-IIgh12 P A G E 17
Multidisciplinary Curriculum Integration
occurs when there are two or more teachers of
different subject areas who agree to address the
same theme with a common project. A great
example of this is a class-wide project like a
"Model Legislature" where students write bills,
debate them, and then gather together to act as a
sitting legislature deciding on all the bills that got
through the individual committees.
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Example
Disaster
Risk
Mitigation
AP10IPE-Ib-3
ROLE PLAYING
(Demonstrate ways
to ensure disaster
preparedness during
earthquakes,
tsunamis, and
volcanic eruptions )
Plate
Tectonics
S10ES –Iaj-
36.5

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Example
Elements of
Designs
MAPEH 10

Lights
Create a
Science 10
recycled
Parol

History of
Parol
AP 10
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Transdisciplinary Curriculum Integration
This is the most integrated of all types of curricular
integration. It also requires the most planning and
cooperation between teachers. In this scenario,
two or more teachers share a common theme that
they present to the students in an integrated
fashion. Classes are joined together. The teachers
write shared lesson plans and team teach all the
lessons, weaving the subject areas together.
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Example
Speech Choir
Presentation
EN9F-Ih-3.14

Culminating
Activity
Produce Ladies’ Music of the
Skirts Baroque Period
(1685-1750
TLE_HEDM9-
12SKIa-c-1 MU9MRB -Ib-h4

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Example
• Content-based Instruction (SHS)

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QUESTIONS?
A C T I V I T Y:
RUN TO THE BOARD P A G E 25
TOPIC: ECOSYSTEM

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A C T I V I T Y:
CONNECT TO RECONNECT

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Template
TEACHER:
AREA OF SPECIALIZATION:
TOPIC:
Parallel Integration: Infusion Curriculum Integration:

Multidisciplinary Curriculum Transdisciplinary Curriculum


Integration: Integration:

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TOPICS:
English: Tenses of Verbs
Filipino: Sanhi at Bunga
Mathematics: Statistics and Probability
Science: Human Body System
HEKASI/AP: EDSA People Power I
EPP/TLE: Entrepreneurship
EsP: Pakikipagkapwa-tao
MAPEH: Elements of Art / Contemporary Dance
MTB-MLE: Helping our Community
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