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Activity 2

  1. 1. ACTIVITY 2<br />Name of the School: LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY<br />Interviewee: MRS. DELIA F. MERCADO<br />TYPES OF CURRICULA OPERATING IN SCHOOLEXAMPLES FROM OBSERVATION OR INTERVIEWRecommended CurriculumVocational – Agriculture CurriculumAgricultural Home Making CurriculumWritten CurriculumBasic Education CurriculumAgricultural Science CurriculumTaught CurriculumApplied ResearchesSupported CurriculumTextbooks, Computers, Audio – visual materials, Laboratory equipments and play groundsAssessed CurriculumNo formal assessmentLearned CurriculumPeriodic examinations, time-to-time examinations, both written and practical.Hidden CurriculumPeer influence, school environment, physical education, teacher-learner interaction and mood of the teachers.<br /><ul><li>Can a school exist without a curriculum? Why or why not?
  2. 2. No, because curriculum is very important to build a great school. Curriculum is a body of subjects prepared by the teachers, without this curriculum, the students will not learn.
  3. 3. How does a strong belief or philosophy influence curriculum?
  4. 4. A belief or philosophy influence curriculum by following the rules in school, building a good education and disciplining the students, teachers and all faculty members of the school.
  5. 5. As future teachers, how important will a curriculum to you?
  6. 6. As a future teacher, curriculum is very important to me because it is all aspects pertaining to education, without this curriculum it will be hard for me to teach in the future.
  7. 7. What are the implications of an ever-changing curriculum to teachers?
  8. 8. It is hard for the teacher because of the changes of everything.</li></ul>ACTIVITY 3<br />Points of View of CurriculumIllustrative examples of PracticesTraditional Curricular PracticesProgressive Curricular Practices<br />

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