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    • LEARNING ACTIVITY 1 Name of FS Student: Sharry A. Lazaga Course: BSE-3 Year and Section: FS401 Resource Teacher: Mr. Jade Soler Signature: ___________ Cooperating School: Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School Grade Level Observed: Grade 8 Your Goal At the end of this activity, you will be able to describe through your reflection how the school promotes partnership and dialogue. Your Tasks For this activity, go through the following tasks: Step 1 Visit a school and look at their vision-mission and goals. Step 2 Analyze the vision and mission in relation to the existing school curriculum. Step 3 Identify the specific goal of the school and describe how the social, personal and academic interactions are promoted. Step 4 Make a reflection of your observations.
    • Your Tools As you visit, look for the vision-mission of the school. Write your observations on the forms provided. My Observation Report: Name of School Visited: Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School Name of Resources Teacher: Mr. Jade Soler Date of Visit: November 22, 2013 How do the varying social interactions help attain the vision-mission of the college? • Student-to-student interaction pattern When students are interacting with their classmates, you can really see that they know each other because they call their classmates with their names. If they don’t know the answer of the question given by their teacher, the other one will help. Students are naturally talkative. They even talk nonsense things which are not part of the discussion. They usually talk about their assignments, quizzes and others. • Student-to-teacher interaction pattern In terms of student to teacher interaction, respect is present and you can really see that in their actions and on how they will approach their teachers. Students call them “miss” or “sir” or “teacher”, especially when they have something to ask, to request or to clarify something. They were polite to their teachers for they greeted them even outside their respective rooms. They do believe on what their teacher told them to do. • Teacher-to-school head interaction pattern Teachers were really respectful to their school head. They always bear into their minds that the person in front of them has the higher rank than them and also he/she is older than them. When they went to the office of the school head, they knock and greeted first before entering the office. The way they approach their school head is appropriate in their position.
    • • Student-to-non-teaching personnel pattern The students were really considerate and respectful in terms of communicating with the non-teaching personnel. The interaction was great sinced students treated them well and fairly regardless of their position. When they met a non-teaching personal they called them “ate” or “kuya” when it is older than them. In the canteen, when they need to buy something they usually wait for their turn and asked them in respectful manner. • Teacher-to-teacher interaction pattern For teacher-to-teacher interaction, you can really see in them the value of professionalism. They called each other sir, ma’am, teacher or miss. As I observed, they are really comfortable with each other and they even teased each other. They treated each other fairly. They even exchanged greetings when they cross roads and you can see that respect is always present. Enrichment Activity Create a scenario where any of the above interactions occur in the school. Make a script of their dialogue, bearing in mind the school vision-mission. Mariel a grade- 8 student took her lunch break in the auditorium. Sinced she was done eating her lunch, she planned to scan and studied her previous lessons. Suddenly, one of her classmates sat beside her. Her classmate asked for a favor if she could borrow her notes about their previous lesson sinced she was absent at that time. Lianne: Hi Mariel. Mariel: Hello Lianne. Lianne: Can I ask you a favor? Can I borroe your notes about your discussion last meeting? Mariel: Yah sure. Here, take a look at my notes. Lianne: Thanks Mariel. Mariel: Your welcome Lianne. Look!Sir Jade is coming. Approach him. Lianne: Okay, wait. Just a second Mariel. I’ll be right back. Mariel: Okay. I’ll wait. After 3 minutes, Lianne came back and happily telling Mariel that Sir Jade understood her. Relating Vision/Mission with Academic Program
    • What programs/activities are planned and implemented to attain the vision/mission? Vision Curricular Programs/Activities Vision Curricular Programs/Activities Br. Martin Simpson Laboratory School, a La Salle University extension for the community for the economically poor children in the community aims to provide the less privileged children with a quality Lasallian basic education through its dynamic, committed and competent volunteer teachers. • • • • • • Mission • • • • • • • • • Programs Mass Seminars Recollection Examination Scholarships Celebration of World Teacher’s Day • It envisions to lay foundation for lifelong learning by providing its learners rich opportunities to acquire knowledge, develop skills and values fundamental to learners critical and logical decision-making as active members of society and as global citizens. Goals and Objectives It specifically aims to: • Provide affordable quality Lasallian Basic Education to the less privileged children of Ozamiz City and its neighboring towns. • Enhance the different aptitudes and interests of the students so as the equip them with Knowledge, skills and values to prepare them for tertiary schooling. • Provide an avenue for creative and innovative teaching strategies and methodologies by the College of Education student teachers. • Serve an area for extension services of the university. Election of Classroom Officers Monthly Mass Nutrition Month Honors Assembly Math-Science Activities University Days Mass Buwan ng Lahi English Month Festival • • • • • • • Examination Math-Science Activities University Days Scholarships Sports fest Buwan ng Lahi English Month Festival
    • Ideal Graduates Attributes Confidence Curricular Programs/ Persons Responsible Activities • Nutrition Month • Teachers and School Celebration Heads • Sports fest • Sports Coordinator and Teachers • Lasallian Family Days • Sports Coordinator and Teachers • Honor’s Recognition • Teachers and School Heads • English Month • Teachers and School Festival Heads • Teachers and School • Math-Science Heads Activities • Math-Science Month • • Competence English Month Festival • • Teachers and School Heads English Club • • Lasallian Family Days Buwan ng Lahi Sports Coordinator and Teachers Sports Coordinator and Teachers Filipino Club • Clubs • Adviser in every clubs • Community Extension • • Lasallian Family Days • Teachers and School Heads Sports Coordinator and Teachers • Recollection • • Mass Sponsorship • • Sports fest • • Socially-responsible individual God-fearing Your Analysis Which part of the school’s vision relate to intentions of curriculum? Teachers and School Heads Priest, Teacher and School Heads
    • VISION: Br. Martin Simpson Laboratory School, a La Salle University extension for the community for the economically poor children in the community aims to provide the less privileged children with a quality Lasallian basic education through its dynamic, committed and competent volunteer teachers. Based on the vision of the school stated above, the part of the school’s vision that relates to the intentions of their curriculum is, they provide the learners opportunities to acquire knowledge, develop the students skills and abilities, exercise the learner’s critical and logical decisionmaking as an active member of their society by giving and providing them different activities and programs that are relevant. Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School, is a school for students who are financially unstable who have the desire to study and accomplish thier goals. Also, the school did not focus on the development of cognitive aspect of the student but as well as physical, social and spiritual aspect. Describe what school activities promote the following interactions. • Social Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School promotes social interaction by the following activities like- Sports fest and Lasallian Family Days, wherein the students will be able to meet new faces and personalities from the different year levels students. It enhances the students the value of respect towards other people and having the character of sportsmanship. • Personal Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School promotes not only the social aspect but also personal aspect of the students. They provided different activities and programs like contests that will help enhance the students skills and abilities, their self-confidence and critical thinking. These programs are the Math-Science and English Month Festival, sports fest and lasallian family days. • Academic
    • For the academic aspects of the students, Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School provides some activities that would help enhance their academic skills like Clubs in every subject. In this, the students would be able to join any clubs that they want that would really help them in their studies and academics. Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School also conduct tutorials to the students that will really help improve the performance of the students. Your Insights Curriculum is the planned interaction of students with instructional content, materials, resources, and processes for evaluating the attainment of educational objectives. The curriculum is aligned with vision-mission statement of the school that is made possible by the calendar of activities that the school implemented. Knowing this fact, it is big privilege for me as an education student because the teachers especially the school heads could not do things right away just because they want it, but rather teachers and all people that involve must implement activities that should be alligned with their vision-mission statement. As I go through with my field study at Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School, I realized that in making some activities, it should be aligned or based with the vision and mission of the school in order for the teachers to attain the objectives and goals they’ve created. In addition, the teacher and the school heads with their principal should implement different activities that will reflect and relate to their vision and mission so that it will be realized.
    • Learning Activity 2 Name of FS Student: ___________________ Course: ___________________ Year & Section: _________ Resource Teacher: ___________________________ Signature: ___________ Cooperating School: ___________________________________________ Grade Level Observed: _________________________________________ Your Goal At the end of this activity. The student should be able to determine the availability of the resource materials used in the relation of the school curriculum.
    • Your Tasks For this activity, go through the following tasks: Step 1 Visit a school. Ask a copy of the book used in a particular subject. Step 2 Examine the learning task given to the learners in relation to the resource materials used. Step 3 Make a documentation of the dialogue or conversation based on the learning activities undertaken. Step 4 Highlight the dialogue that indicates the teacher as a role model in developing the values in the learning process. Your Tool For the learning activity, use the form provided below:
    • My Observation Report Subject: ________________________ Topic: _________________________ Resource Materials Used: ___________________________________________ Learning Activity (ies) Given. Write the dialogue or conversation that actually took place during the learning activities. Write these in the matrix below: Book/Resource Materials Activities Provided with Dialogue Used Books/Reference Materials Teacher’s Activity Learner’s Activity
    • Your Reflections: Are the learning activities found in the instructional materials/books used? If yes, discuss how the teacher used the instructional materials in conducting the activities. If the answer is no, what where the source/bases of the teacher for the activity(ies)? Insights: Give your comment on the materials support as shown in the availability of the resource materials. (Are references/resource materials adequately available for the use by the students?) Recommendations:
    • Learning Activity 3: “The Anchor” Name of FS Student: Sharry A. Lazaga Course: BSE- Filipino Year & Section: 3rd year, FS401 Resource Teacher: Mr. Lloyd Cesnorio Signature: Cooperating School: Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School Grade Level Observed: Grade 7 Your Goal At the end of this activity, you are expected to discuss the curriculum principles/theories used in the selection of subject matter, instructional materials, activities, and assessment of learning. Your Tasks In your observation, do the following steps.
    • Step 4 Identify the principles/theories on the curriculum they were anchored on Step 3.Write the information you gather from the observation. Step 5 Make your reflections on the observation. Step 2 Determine the area of alignment on subject matter, activities, and assessment learning. Step1. Critique the information from the following curriculum theory and practice through observation of the: • Subject matter • Learning environment • books and internet used
    • Your Tools For this activity, accomplish the activity form below. My Observation Report Name: Sharry A. Lazaga Date of Observation: January 9, 2014 School: Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School Subject Observed: Filipino LEARNING ENVIRONMENT SUBJECT MATTER COVERED The teaching process was conducted in a conducive learning classroom. The classroom has a wide windows that would allow the air to pass through the whole classroom. “ Pokus ng Pandiwa” Having a conducive classroom setting in the teachinglearning process in very important and it is really necessary to consider. If teachers consider the environment where learning takes place then it is one way of saying that it is a learnercentered curriculum. Teachers are responsible in giving different activities to address the needs of the student and should be met at the end of the instruction. In selecting the subject matter content the teacher use some of its criteria. The teacher make sure that the subject matter is self-sufficient to his students by giving them various activities and the teacher also develops and considers the three domains. The subject matter is significant to the life of the students for they can apply it to different situations in their everyday living. And also the subject matter is learnability for the students for it is really applicable in everyone’s life. LIBRARY AND/OR INTERNET RESOURCES Book: Pluma 1 Wika at Panitikan Para sa Mataas na Paaralan ni: Ailene G. Baisa at Alma M. Dayag (May, 2007) It is the book that they are using in getting information. Resources would help the students to have better understanding about their topic and by this the students can review and can take a look on it anytime they want to.
    • My Observation Report on Curriculum Name: Sharry A. Lazaga Date of Observation: January 9. 2014 School: Brother Martin Simpson Laboratory School THE TOPIC AND OBJECTIVE/S Subject Observed: Filipino LEARNING ACTIVITIES Their topic is all about Pokus ng The learning activity that the Pandiwa. Pagkatapos ng aralin, teacher conduct is through ang mga mag-aaral ay giving his students quiz. inaasahang: The quiz items contain various a. Makatutukoy sa pokus ng sentences and the students will pandiwa identify what kind of "Pokus ng b. Makabubuo ng mga sariling Pandiwa" it is. halimbawa sa bawat pokus ng pandiwa c. Makabibigay importansya ng pandiwa sa pang-araw-araw na gawain ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING Performance-Based Assessment The result of the quiz that their teacher give to them will be the basis if the students really learn from the his discussion. Insights: What is given attention in the assessment? Is it the product? Or the process? Both the product and process? Explain. What is given attention in the assessment is both the product and the process. The process is well emphasize and conducted because this will be basis if the product is highly realize or not.
    • Are the teaching methods and learning activities, instructional materials and assessments appropriate to the learners? Are they aligned to the objectives of the objectives of the lesson? Explain. Yes, the teaching methods and learning activities, instructional materials and assessments are appropriate to the learners and at the same time are aligned to the objectives of the lesson objestives since this lesson objectives are the guide on what will be given to the students. What curriculum principle(s) is/are observed in selecting the learning activities, instructional materials and assessment? The curriculum principles that were observed in selecting the learning activities, instructional materials and assessment were scope and sequence. Discuss the Principle/s? The curriculum principles are scope and sequence. In scope, according to Tyler in Ornstein (2004), scope does not only develop the cognitive but also the affective and psychomotor domain. When we will go back to the lesson objectives and the content, it really develop the three domains of the learners. Second, is the sequence of the topic. The topic is discuss according to simple to complex learning and also to whole to part learning and it is discuss one by one. Your Analysis: Why do teachers need to know about the curriculum design? The teacher needs to know about the curriculum design because they were the ones who are responsible in planning and implementing the topic. It also provides clear relationships between the different elements of curriculum which are the objectives, contents, activities and evaluation. The teacher is the curriculum designer, curriculum implementer as well as the curriculum evaluator. Through their knowledge about curriculum design, the teacher would be able to teach the subject matter/topic in an organize way that would lead to meaningful learning.
    • Your Reflections: From your FS experience, recall a most meaningful learning and express it through visual presentation. Do it in the space provided below. Signature of FS Student: Sharry A. Lazaga Date: January 9, 2014 `Learning Activity 4: “Accept and Connect” Name of FS Student: ___________________________ Course: __________________ Year & Section__________ Resource Teacher: _________________ Signature: _________________ Cooperating School: ______________________________ Grade Level Observed: ______________ Your Goal At the end of this activity, you are expected to identify educational programs that connect the school with larger historical, social, and political processes. Your Tasks
    • Step1. Visit a school and look at their calendar of activities. See how the learners, community stakeholders are involved. For this activity, you are going to follow these steps: Step 2 Identify any program where the community leaders are recognized and awarded for certain practices or delivery of public service that benefit the learners of the school. Step 3 Give comments whether the activities are appropriate to the learning tasks Step 4 Reflect on your observations Your Tools
    • My Observation Report Name: _____________________ Date of Observation: _______________ School: ______________________ Resource Teacher: __________________________________ My Observation Report on Curriculum Name: _______________________ Date of Observation: _____________ School: ___________________________ Subject Observed: ____________ CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES Date Activities Participants Mechanics
    • Any awards given? _______________________________ Recipients: _________________________________________ Remarks: ________________________________________________________ Your Analysis: What school activities are the community members actively involved in? Why is the community cooperation and involvement necessary in undertaking the school activities? Your Reflections: Discuss with your Fs classmate your thoughts on cooperation and collaboration among the school’s stakeholders. Share with them your thoughts on the significance of the community’s involvement in some school activities. Insights:
    • Learning Activity 5 “Collect, Select, and Critique Name of FS Student: _______________________ Course: ___________________ Year & Section: ______________ Resource Teacher: ____________________ Signature: _________________ Cooperating School: _______________________________________ Grade Level Observed: ______________________________ Your Goal At the end of this activity, you should gain competence in explaining the curriculum through reflections from the observations made about it as used by the teacher. Your Tasks In your observation, please do the following steps: Step 1 Revisit the school and request the teacher to show you a syllabus of particular subject. Step 2 Interview the teacher on the process of preparing the syllabus in terms of the a.) challenges, b.) resources needed and, c.) planning strategies Step 3 Examine how these challenges were overcome by the teachers
    • Step 4 Make a reflection on the observations. Your Tools In your interview with the teacher, use the form below. My Interview Report Name of the teacher interviewed: ____________________________________ Grade/Year Level: _____________________ Section of Class Handled: _________ School: ____________________________________________ Date of Interview: ____________ CHALLENGES Interviewer: ______________ RESOURCES NEEDED • PLANNING STATEGIES
    • Your Analysis Explain the importance of having the curricular plans anchored on specific theories and principles of curriculum development. How did the teachers overcome the challenges in the preparation of syllabus? Your Reflections Share your reflection on the significant learning from the observations with your FS classmates and FS teacher. Signature: _____________________________ Date: _________________