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  • 1. REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINESSURIGAO DEL SUR STATE UNIVERSITYMAIN CAMPUSTANDAG CITYCOLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATIONNCBTS-Domain4-Curriculum;7- Personal/Competencies of Teachers
  • 2. -Meaning of Co-Curricular Activities-Co-Curricular Activities(CCAS)earlier known as ExtracurricularActivities(ECA)are the componentsof non-academic curriculum helpsto develop various facts of thepersonality development of thechild and the students.
  • 3. “TYPES OF CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES”“LITERACY ACTIVITIES”“SOCIAL WELFAREACTIVITIES”“CIVIC DEVELOPMENTACTIVITIES”“LIESURETIMEACTIVITIES”“PHYSICALDEVELOPMENTACTIVITIES”
  • 4. “Literary Activities”DebateDramaticsStory writingJournalismseminars“Physical DevelopmentActivities”GamesAthleticsParadeOutingDrills“Aesthetic/CulturalActivities”MusicPaintingScoutingDrawingDancingSculpture“Social WelfareActivities”FaithAssemblyFist AidSocial Services“Leisure Time”Coin and StampCollectionPhotographyOrigamiCross Stitch“ExcursionActivities”Visual toMuseum, Zoo andExhibitsPicnics“Civic and Development Activities”Student’s councilStudent’s AssemblyOrganizing CooperativesHolding on FestivalsCelebration of Religious Events
  • 5. Co-Curricular Activities have a number of value:Psychological ValueEducational ValueSocial ValueCivic ValueRecreational ValuePhysicalDevelopment ValueCulturalValue
  • 6. The ff. points are considered in planning and organizing co-curricular activitiesChoose activities which are based on student’s interest.Objectives of the co-curricular activities must be made clear.Committees may be formed to empower all student to participants.Unravel the potentials of students to the maximum.Remember to involve all the students to the maximum.Rules and regulations must be set in all the activities.Inculcate values in all the activities.Coordinate with different sectors to make the activities successful.Unite all sectors of the school community to support the co-curricular activities.Let the students plan, implement and evaluate the activities.Activities should be organized during school hours.Records should be kept for all the activities.
  • 7. InnovatorLeaderPlannerEvaluatorCoordinatorCommunicatorDirector MotivatorOrganizer AdviserRecorder Manager
  • 8. 1. The Student’s are able to express themselvesfreely through debate.2. Games and sports helps them to become fit andenergetic.3. It helps them to develop the spirit of healthycompetition.4. These activities guide them how tosocialize, organize an activity, cooperate andcoordinate in diff. situations.5. Inculcate the values to respect other view andfeeling.
  • 9. REPORTERSQUIMPAN. JESSICAQUINONEZ ,JANICERAGAS , LIEZELRAGAS , ROCKIENELLE