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Darssths grade 11 and 12 modeling

  1. 1. DON ALEJANDRO ROCES SR. SCIENCE-TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL(DARSSTHS)SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL MODELLING PROGRAM
  2. 2. THE PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATIONSTARTED ON JUNE 13, 2012The DARSSTHS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLMODELLING PROGRAMPREPARED BY: GINA LABOR-OBIERNASHSMP COORDINATOR
  3. 3. We were able to enrol 16 female and 21 male whomostly were out of school from General Highschool, outof work, or college drop-outs because of financialconstraints
  4. 4.  The school was able to◦ take part in the Research and Development activityfor the DepEd’s K-12 Program◦ innovate and develop and our own curriculumbased on the needs of the STUDENTS and DEMANDSof the local industries◦ design our instructional materials◦ explore and experiment varied teaching-learningstrategies suited to Grade 11 students and learningenvironment◦ Establish partnership with LGU, NGO, HEI’s andother private entities
  5. 5. LEARNING AREAS GRADE 11 GRADE 12Languages/Literature English(Grammar/OralCommunication)English(English for SpecialPurpose/BusinessCommunicationFilipino (Retorika) Filipino for SpecialPurposeMathematics Algebra and Statistics Math Special Purpose(Basic Accounting,Bookkeeping, BusinessMathematics)Science Life Science(Biology)Physical Science/Nat SciSocial Studies Contemporary Issues(Philippines)Contemporary Issues(Global)
  6. 6. LEARNING AREAS GRADE 11 GRADE 12Philosophy Philosophy ( Philo ofMan/Ethics)Physical Education Physical Fitness Computer in theWorkplaceCareerPathways• With IndustryExposureAutomotiveTechnologyAutomotiveTechnology• On campusPracticuum• Supervised/On theJob Training inIndustries• EnhancementSeminars• School to WorkPlacement• AutomotiveServicing NC IIFood Technology• Bread and Pastry• Bartending (part I)*FBS• Driving NC II• Small EngineServicingFood Technology• Bartending (Part II)• Front Office (NCII)
  7. 7. With the SHSMP Implementation fund the Grade 11 Students wereprovided with the following:• FREE INTENSIVE TECH-VOC, ACADEMIC and other work relatedTRAINING• Learning Materials ( Books, mOdules)• School supplies• Uniforms• Food Allowance during trainings• Fare Allowance for trainings done outside the school andIndustry Tours• ENHANCEMENT TRAININGS CONDUCTED BY OTHER TRAININGINSTITUTIONS OR ORGANIZATION• Bartending Training/FBS Training with Manila MontessoriCollege• Personality and Communication Skills Development by aPrivate organization (Big Start Inc)• INDUSTRY IMMERSION• Shakey’s• Hyundai• TESDA ASSESSMENT• Bartending• For implementation ( TESDA Assessment for Auto ServicingNC II and FBS NC II
  8. 8. With the SHSMP Implementation these were also achieved:• Enhancement Training of Senior High School Teachers• Provision and Upgrading of Learning Tools, Gadgets andEquipment• Use of ICT in Teaching and Learning• Development of Course Syllabi and Materials forTech Voc Specialization based on TESDA TR• Development of Course Syllabi for Academic Subjects Offering• Reproduction of Learning Materials ( Modules)• Purchase of Books and Other Learning Learning Materials
  9. 9. Grade 11 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC II CLASSHANDS-ON TRAINING FOR THE GRADE 11 AUTOMOTIVE TECH. CLASS
  10. 10. The Grade 11students visit HYUNDAI,Quezon Avenue Branch
  11. 11. Free IntensiveTraining onFoodTechnology(Bread andPastryProduction)
  12. 12. FOOD TRADESGRADE II STUDENTSIN THEIR BREADAND PASTRYPRODUCTION CLASS
  13. 13. FOOD TRADES GRADE IISTUDENTS IN THEIR BREADAND PASTRY PRODUCTIONCLASS
  14. 14. AT MANILA MONTESSORICOLLEGE INTERNATIONAL FORFBS TRAINING
  15. 15. BartendingTraining atManilaMontessoriCollegeInternational
  16. 16. BartendingTraining at ManilaMontessori CollegeInternational
  17. 17. SEMINAR-WORKSHOP FOR GRADE 11 STUDENTSDARSSTHS TIES UP WITH BIGSTART INC. FOR A PERSONALITYAND COMMUNICATIONS DEVT. SEMINAR-WORKSHOP
  18. 18. Related Courses Course Description and ObjectivesENGLISH 11• 4 hours/weekReferences:• Higher English and Good Writingby Lewis E. Lossoncy• Effective English: A Boon forLearners by Reena Gupta• Greater Essays by Keith Folse andTison Pugh• Teachers Instructional ManualEnglish 11, National Inst. OfEducation Maharagama• CLM for Automotive and FoodTechnology ( DepEd)• Creates the need to learn Englishas a Second Language in Multi-lingual Society• Enable the students to learn anInternational Language whichcould be made use of in theirlater life for employment purpose• Empower the learner tocommunicate confidently, fluentlyand effectively in the EnglishLanguage
  19. 19. Related Subjects Course Description and ObjectivesFILIPINO 11 ( Retorika)• 4 hours per week• Sanggunian AklatPaz M. Belvez, EdD. Et al.Retorika:Mabisang Pagsasalita at Pagsulat(Rex Bookstore)Dr. Eriberto R. Astorga ,Jr.Retorika: Masining naPagpapahayag ( Mindshapers Co.,Inc)Alfonso O Santiago, Norma G.Tiangco, Makabagong BalarilangFilipino ( Rex Bookstore)CLM for Automotive and FoodTechnologyAng kursong ito ay pag-aaral ngmga prinsipyo at proseso namasining na pagpapahayag saFilipino. Nakatuon ito sa malayangpagtuklas at pagpapakita ngsariling kakayahan at talino sapasulat at pasalitangpagpapahayag at pagbabahagi ngmga ito sa komunidad, bansa atdaigdig.
  20. 20. Related Subjects Course Description and ObjectivesMATHEMATICS 115 hours/weekReference Materials:• College Algebra• Introduction to Statistics• Mathematics for SpecificPurpose• CLM for Automotive and FoodTechnologyA skill based course that provides thestudents the mathematical tools neededin advanced related subjects focuses onoperations involving algebraicexpressions such as polynomials,rational and radical expressions, solvelinear equations and systems ofequations with two or more variables,inequalities and systems of linearinequalities in one and two variables andquadratic equations, probabilities andstatistics. Students are expected todemonstrate problem solving skills byapplying the different methods and toolsin finding solutions in different types ofreal life problems involving advancedalgebraic concepts.
  21. 21. Related Courses Course Description andObjectivesSCIENCE 11 ( Life Science)5 hours/weekReferences:• Fundamentals of Biology I byLourdes N. Morano,et al byLorimar• Modern Biology by CarmenVelasquez and Consuelo Asis• Biology by Raven Johnson,Losos, Singer• CLM for Automotive and FoodTechnologyThis course providesinformation on the study ofliving things, the characteristicsand needs that all living thingshave in common, the changesand ways that all living thingsdepend upon Earth and itsresources
  22. 22. Related Subjects Course Descriptions andObjectivesPhilosophy 11(Philosophy of Man/Ethics)2 hours/weekReferences:• Zulueta, Francisco M.Costales, Nestor Edilberto Jr.;Luaton, Artemio S.Philosophy Made Easy, NBS,2000• Montemayor, Felix.Introduction to Philosophy,NBS, 1995• Tubo, Dennis V.Philosohy ofMan, Existential-Phenomenological Approach,NBS, 2005• CLM for Automotive andFood TechnologyThis course was designed toprovide the Grade 11 thenecessary Knowledge, newinsights or information aboutPhilosophy and to stimulatetheir interests and apply theirknowledge to a moremeaningful life their respectivecareersLearn the subject’s relation tovarious aspects, field’s theoriesin their vocational career andprofession
  23. 23. Related Subjects Course Descriptions and ObjectivesContemporary Issues 11(Philippine Context)2 hours/weekReferences:• GMA Documentary films• Society-Understanding the BasicsJohn I. Macionis Pearson PrenticeHall• Foundation and Dynamics ofPolitical Science by FranciscoZulueta 2nd Edition by AcademicsPublishing Corporation• Philippine Economics andDevelopment Issues,EconomicsNew Edition by Gerardo P. SicatAnvil ManilaThis course creates anunderstanding and appreciation ofthe social, political, andeconomic development ofContemporary Philippine. In thiscourse, the studentwill learn about some of theimportant political, economic,social, intellectual, cultural andreligious changes that have shapedthe development of recentPhilippine History. The course alsohelp students to develop anunderstanding of the academicdiscipline of history and supportsthe general educational goals ofhistorians and the college.
  24. 24. Related Subject Course Description and ObjectivesPhysical Education 11(Physical Fitness)1 hour.weekPhysical Fitness is a lecture-laboratory course designed to assistthe students in understanding theirown fitness profile. The subjectdeals with the basic principles offitness that apply to any type ofexercise program. Specifictechniques and guidelines fordeveloping health-related fitnesscomponents are described in detailso that a personalized fitnessprogram can be put together basedon the students’ individual needs.The exercise program intends tocomplement their daily routineor future vocation and promotelifelong habits for mental andphysical wellbeing.Basic nutrition is discussed todescribe its relationship to healthand wellbeing. Stress managementis part of the course for thestudents to know how stress affectstheir health and optimalperformance.The subject provides avariety of student-centeredinstructional activities that willequip individuals with theknowledge, skills and attitudesnecessary to enjoy and sustain aphysically active and healthylifestyle.
  25. 25. Career Pathways/Specializationsfor Grade 12Course Descriptions and ObjectivesDriving NC II200 hoursNo. of Students14 malesThe DRIVING NC II Qualification consists ofcompetencies that a person must achieve to operatelight motor vehicles classified under LTO Restrictioncode 1 and 2; transport passengers and loads overspecified routes to local or district location andcollect fare duly authorized by the relevantgovernment agency; comply with local traffic rulesand regulations and perform minor vehicle repairsand other minor servicing.This Qualification is packaged from thecompetency map of the Automotive/Land Transport
  26. 26. Career Pathways/Specializationsfor Grade 12Course Descriptions and ObjectivesSmall MotorcycleEngine Repair NCII600 hoursNo. of Students14 malesThe MOTORCYCLE/SMALL ENGINESERVICING NC II Qualification consists ofcompetencies that a person must achieve to install,service parts of motorcycle/small engine. Servicingincludes checking, inspecting, cleaning andoverhauling mechanical and electrical parts,components, assemblies and sub-assemblies ofmotorcycle/small engine.This Qualification is packaged from thecompetency map of the Automotive Industry(Service sector)
  27. 27. Career Pathways/Specializations for Grade 11Course Descriptions and ObjectivesFood Beverage Services(NCII)*No. of hoursThe FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICES NC IIQualification consists of competencies that aperson must achieve to provide food andbeverage service to guests in hotels, motels,restaurants, clubs, canteens, resorts and luxuryliners.
  28. 28. Career Pathways/Specializationsfor Grade 11Course Descriptions and ObjectivesAutomotiveServicing NC II(Entry LevelAutomotiveServicing NCI)800 hoursNo. of Students 14malesThis course is designed to enhance the knowledge, skillsand attitudes of an individual in the field of automotiveservicing in accordance with industry standards. It coversbasic, common and core competencies such as: servicecharging and starting system, service engine mechanicalsystem, service clutch system, service differential andfront axle, service steering system, overhaul manualtransmission, service brake system and service suspensionsystem.
  29. 29. Career Pathways/Specializationsfor Grade 11Course Descriptions and ObjectivesBread and PastryProduction (NC II)No. of Hours600 hoursThe BREAD AND PASTRY PRODUCTION NC II Qualificationconsists of competencies that person must achieve to beable to clean equipment , tools and utensils and prepare,portion and plate pastries, breads and other dessert itemsto guests in hotels, motels, restaurants, clubs, canteens,resorts and luxury lines/cruises and other relatedoperations.
  30. 30. Career Pathways/Specializationsfor Grade 11 and12Course Descriptions and ObjectivesBartending (NC II)No. of Hours600 hoursThe BARTENDING NC II Qualification consists ofcompetencies that a person must achieve to operatea bar, provide wine service to guests in hotels,motels, restaurants, clubs, canteens, resorts andluxury liner cruise.
  31. 31. Career Pathways/Specializationsfor Grade 12Course Descriptions and ObjectivesFront Office(NC II)No. of Hours600 hoursThe FRONT OFFICE SERVICES NC II Qualificationconsists of competencies that a person mustpossess in order to be able to conduct the processof making a reservation, registering and checking-in and checking-out a guest in commercialaccommodation establishments.
  32. 32. LGUSikap Buhayof the QCMayor’sOfficeFacilitates Industryand DARSSTHSpartnershipConstruction ofCommon ServiceFacility for Schoolsand IndustriesProvision ofStarter Kits forEntrepreneurialundertakingsfor Senior HighSchool (Grade12)Brgy. LagingHandaFacilitates Industryand DARSSTHSpartnershipCoordinates withpossible IndustryPartners in the Brgy.Stakeholdersgive supportBrgy. Obrero Facilitates Industryand DARSSTHSpartnershipCoordinates withpossible IndustryPartners in the Brgy.
  33. 33. Private Businesses /Enterprises/CivicOrganizationToyota Career TalkHyundai Industry Exposure and OJTShakeys Tomas Morato for IndustrialExposure and OJTFor Industry Exposure and OJTWheatberry For OJTBigStart Inc For Personality and CommunicationDevelopment; Career ReadinessSeminarManila Montessori College International Enhancement Training for Students andTeachers on the Specializations andother Related CoursesRed Cross QC First Aid and Leadership TrainingRotary Cub of Eastwood For Literacy DevelopmentMTAP For Math,Numeracy Training
  34. 34. DARSSTHS WITH LGU (QUEZON CITY) PARTNERSDARSSTHS WITH THEREPRESENTATIVES OF THEDIFFERENT DEPT’s. OF THE QCLOCAL GOVERNMENT IN AROUND TABLE DISCUSSION FORTHE DARSSTHS-SIKAP BUHAY-PRIVATE ENTERPRISEPARTNERSHIP FOR CURRICULUMAND FACILITY DEVT, TEACHERAND STUDENT TRAINING,INDUSTRY IMMERSION AND OJT
  35. 35. Manager and Staff fromShakey’s Morato, (a willingpartner for studentsIndustry Immersion and OJTCareer Talk with ChefAngelo of PWU-JASMS Edsa
  36. 36. Reviewing for the FBS assessmentwith FBS teacher and Alumnimentors
  37. 37. AFTER THE ASSESSMENT FOR BARTENDINGNC II AT MANILA MONTESSORIINTERNATONAL COLLEGES, MARILAOBULACAN
  38. 38. THE 15 GRADE 12 STUDENTSWITH THEIR FBS TEACHER AFTERTHEIR ASSESSMENT AT THEMETRO ASIA MANAGEMENTSKILLS CENTER INC., QUEZONCITY.
  39. 39. Dr. Eladio H. Escolano with the Grade12 SHSMP Hospitality and TourismStudents• PRINCIPAL IV• 51 YEARS OLD• 8 YEARS AS A SCHOOLHEAD• BSIE ( Major in Automotive;Ed.D Graduate)Dr. ELADIO H.ESCOLANO
  40. 40. At Wheatberry Bakery andCafé , Sct. Tuazon BrgyLaging Handa, for the OJTorientation
  41. 41. THE GRADE 12 STUDENTS UNDERGOING OJT AT WHEATBEARRY
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