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  • 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 />
    • Can a school exist without a curriculum? Why or why not?
    • 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.
    • How does a strong belief or philosophy influence curriculum?
    • 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.
    • As future teachers, how important will a curriculum to you?
    • 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.
    • What are the implications of an ever-changing curriculum to teachers?
    • It is hard for the teacher because of the changes of everything.
    ACTIVITY 3<br />Points of View of CurriculumIllustrative examples of PracticesTraditional Curricular PracticesProgressive Curricular Practices<br />