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  • 1. The MAKABAYAN Curriculum preparedby: JaesserRivera
  • 2. At the end of the reporting, We are expected to; • Identify the MAKABAYAN Curriculum as the fifth learning area in basic education • Realize the significance of MAKABAYAN as a learning area in the elementary • Compare the curriculum about MAPEH of BEC against K-12
  • 3. Let’s have a game! Let’s discuss! Before we start, Do you want to play a game?
  • 4. Introduction
  • 5. Definition of Terms: • Curriculum- Anything that a child learns • MAKABAYAN- Provides many opportunities for integrative and interactive learning. Includes Social Studies (AP), Civics, Geography, History, MAPE (MSEP), HELE.
  • 6. Definition of Terms: • Sibika at Kultura- Civics and Culture • HEKASI- Heograpiya, Kasaysayan at Sibika (Geography, History and Civics) • HELE-Home Economics and Livelihood Education • MSEP/MAPE- Music, Arts and PE
  • 7. Where did the MAKABAYAN Curriculum originated?
  • 8. History of MAKABAYAN… In 2002, the DECS decided to introduce BEC for formal basic education in all public schools. It is to develop persons who are patriotic (makabayan), humanity(makatao), Respectful of Nature (makalikasan), Godly (makaDiyos).
  • 9. History of MAKABAYAN… To achieve those four life skills, the department restructured the curriculum into five learning areas in an aim to raise the quality of education for lifelong learning by decongesting the overcrowded curriculum namely; _______, _______, _______, _______and MAKABAYAN.
  • 10. History of MAKABAYAN… _______ the language _______ subjects _______ the basic tool _______ subjects MAKABAYAN. the laboratory of life
  • 11. MAKABAYAN (Deped, 2002) • “Laboratory of Life” • Practice environment for holistic environment • Learning area that stresses the development of social awareness, empathy and commitment for common good.
  • 12. For Elementary the components of MAKABAYAN learning area are; Civics and Culture for Primary; Geography, History and Civics for Intermediate; Home Economics and Livelihood Education Intermediate; MAPE and GMRC 1-6
  • 13. K-12
  • 14. REFORMS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 1. Medium of instruction: From the use of bilingual education (English and Filipino), the K to 12 will be institutionalizing the Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education from Grades 1 to 3. The Mother Tongue will be the medium of instruction from Grades 1 to 3.
  • 15. REFORMS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 2. Learning areas: Mother Tongue will be an additional learning area under K to 12 from Grades 1 to 3. Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) is taught starting Grade 1.
  • 16. The mother tongue or the child’s first language will be used as the primary medium of instruction from preschool until at least Grade 3. The mother tongue will be the main vehicle to teach understanding and mastery of all subjects such as mathematics, science, Araling Panlipunan, Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao, Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH), Filipino and English. Mother tongue as a subject and as a language of teaching will be introduced in Grade 1 for conceptual understanding.
  • 17. Summary of Modern MAKABAYAN
  • 18. Additional Informations • Questions? • Suggestions? • Violent Reactions?
  • 19. Sources: Agno, Lydia( 2008). Building Bridges Across Disciplines in Basic Education. Quezon City: C&E Publishing Bago, Adelaida (2008). Curriculum Development 2nd Ed. Quezon City: C&E Publishing Blanco, Norma (2013). Oral Discusions on Curriculum Development Jocelyn DRAndaya (2013),Bureau of Secondary Education SEAMEO,( 2012). 201209-K-to-12-Toolkit.pdf

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