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  • 1. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 1 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 2. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 2 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION LIST OF EXPERIENCES Date DescriptionNovember 14-17, 2011 Deployment and Orientation with the Principal of SINCES / District BSP and GSP Camping. November 18, 2011 Star-Kawan DayNovember 21-24, 2011 First ophthalmic going-over of my “PT Supervisor” November 25, 2011 35th provincial Jamborette and Kabscout Presentation Contest at Diwa ng Tarlac. November 28, 2011- First observation made by my Cooperating Decemder 2, 2011 Teacher December 5-9, 2011 Provincial “EDUCATION” week 2011 at Moncada, TarlacDecember 12-16, 2011 Preparation for the Christmas Party / Educational trip at Metro Town Mall December 19, 2011 Homeroom Christmas Party January 3, 2012 First Day of School January 9-13, 2012 First week of observation by my “Practice- Teaching Supervisor” January 16, 2012 First observation from Mrs. Silverio January 17-19, 2012 MTAP Participants Review / MTAP DEPEd Challenge January 23-27, 2012 Third Quarter ExaminationJanuary 30-February 3, Last week of Interventions 2012February 6-10,13, 2012 Practice for Elementary Day February 14, 2012 Mr. and Ms. Elementary Day 2012 February 15, 2012 Final Demo Teaching observed by my CT February 16-17, 2011 Last Day of Practice Teaching February 20-21, 2011 Extension days in my Internship “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 3. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 3 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION SUMMARY AND REFLECTION OF EXPERIENCES Teaching as the noblest of all profession and a true mission of life, demandscommitment and integrity. For it is a real challenge to deal with young minds ofdifferent needs, moods, upbringing exposure and environment and manifest. Variedtypes of personalities although teaching has its fuel share of difficulties andchallenges to sacrifice in order to achieve excellence, it also has joys in initiatingknowledge, skills, moral values and a vision for tomorrows’ welfare. This was thestart of my journey: It was November 14, 2011, around 8:30 a.m. when we arrived in ourrespective school deployment, Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School. Wewere accompanied by our practice teaching supervisor, Mrs. Analyn Diane Perez-Silverio. This was the moment of truth. I can’t describe how I felt that day, full ofmulti-emotions: happy, excited and nervous that time. We made a courtesy call at theoffice of the school principal of Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School, Ms.Nora S. Transfiguracion and she express her warmest welcome to the new ten pre-service teachers for the elementary level. The principal gave us the opportunity to choose our own cooperating teacherand grade level. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 4. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 4 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION After a short deliberation and conversation, we immediately proceeded to ourcooperating teacher. Since, I was assigned in Grade II-1, Mrs. Marievic T. Fabroswas my cooperating teachers. She warmly welcomed me in her class and asked me tointroduce myself to the class. I was at ease although I will be handling 51 studentsand 10 pupils for Grade II-4 in addition because their teacher was on leave. I felthonored and respected because they started to call me “Sir”. On November 15 – 17, 2011, it was the days when my cooperating teachergave me one-week to observe her class. The fist task she gave me was to make a yelland song of the Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School Boy Scouts. For thethree consecutive days, I watched my pupils practice for their presentation for theupcoming Star-Kawan Day. This week in addition, was when my cooperatingteacher formally assigned my teaching loads. At first, she requested me to handleEnglish subject. So, I started to prepare my lesson plans and created appropriateinstructional materials right away. November 18, 2011 was the Star-Kawan Day where our pupils wereparticipants in the said event. At the same time, the third day of District BSP andGSP Camporal 2011 at Caanamongan, Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac. We, Interns of SantaIgnacia North Central Elemetray School as a future part of the system were alsoincluded in the affair. Every school of Sta. Ignacia District joined and participated inthe said event. We helped in that activity. Santa Ignacia North Central ElementraySchool Interns are very proud because our Star Scouts ranked number one in the yell “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 5. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 5 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONand song contest bested 28 schools of Santa Ignacia District. I’m very delighted alsoin my own made yell and song of the SINCES Boy Scouts and after the two days ofpractice for the script, they got the 2nd place. On November 21 – 24, 2011, I started teaching English in my assigned class.As a first timer, I felt nervous because I don’t know what is in the mind of mycooperating teacher. Every time that I face the class, she had a comment andsuggestion. There was even a one whole day that I was taught all the subjectsbecause my cooperating teacher had one-day leave. November 25, 2011 was the 35th Provincial Jamborette Presentation at Diwang Tarlac where our Kabscout pupils were participants. The Grade II and III Internswere also included in the event. Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary Schoolteachers and interns are very proud because Our Kab Scout pupils represented theSanta Ignacia District and ranked number one in the presentation contest bested 26municipalities of Tarlac. On November 28-29, 2011, the principal requested me to teach the class ofGrade II-3 and Grade III-4 pupils because their teachers were not around. December 01-02, 2011 was the days when my cooperating teacher addedanother subject which is the Mathematics. It’s my first time to teach the Mathematicssubject. I thought teaching Mathematics is difficult, but then, I found out thatteaching the subject is quite easy and enjoyable. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 6. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 6 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION On December 05-06, 2011, it was my first time to teach Filipino subject. Ifelt bored when I taught the subject because aside from creating a long lesson plan, Ineed to gave an extra effort to discussed in Tagalog language. On December 07-08, 2011: when I was assigned with my co-interns, JamieLee and Jessica Navarro, a TSU-COEd Interns to look after the booth of SantaIgnacia District at Moncada Tarlac where they celebrated the Provincial EducationWeek 2011. December 09, 2011 was my first time to attend a “free LET Review” in ourmother school, the Tarlac College of Agriculture. Every Friday afternoon was ourscheduled Free LET Review at Research and Development Hall of TCA. December 12-16, 2011 was a very tiring week because I taught the threeassigned subjects. Aside from my loads, they requested me again to teach anotherclass which is Grade II-3 because their teacher was sick. December 14 wasscheduled for the film viewing at Metrotown Mall, a movie entitled “Tsunami”.Almost 45 % of my pupils was participated in the said trip.SINCES pupils occupied5 buses for the trip and other Sta. Ignacia schools was also joined the said trip. December 19, 2011 was our Homeroom Christmas Party. I did not enjoyedthe program because my cooperating teacher asked me to go to Jollibee Camiling tobuy some food. I was spent much time in Jollibee and so when I went back, it’s timefor refreshments and exchanging of gifts. Immediately, after the party, I and mycooperating teacher cleaned the room. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 7. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 7 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION It was January 03-06, 2012 when classes resumed at Sta. Ignacia NorthCentral Elementary School. As the New Year started, I did not expect that mycooperating teacher was on leave because her mother suffered from illness. January 09-13, 2012 was the week when my cooperating teacher filed one-month leave after the accident of her mother at Dagupan. I taught all the subjects inmy assigned class in one whole week. It was January 16, 2012 when Mrs. Analyn Diane Perez-Silverio, our Pre-Service Teaching Supervisor came to observe me and the rest of my co-interns. Idelivered my English lesson logically with confidence. As my supervisor observed,one-third of my pupils did not participate in the class discussion. At this moment, Ireceived not so inspiring remarks. But it never dumped the spirit within me. But themore I was challenged to give my best to the next observation and push through withmy ambition. After the observation, I reviewed my three pupils in Mathematicsbecause they are the Grade II participants for the coming District MTAP MathChallenge. January 19, 2012 was the 2012 MetroBank Math Challenge (MTAP DEPEdChallenge) at my cooperating school. Every school in the Santa Ignacia Districtjoined and participated in the said event. After spending my sweat in reviewing mythree pupils in almost two days, I was very glad because they got the 3 rd place bested28 schools of Santa Ignacia District. And at least, they are on the top! Yipey..! “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 8. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 8 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION January 20, 2012 was the first day of my cooperating teachers’ substitute,Mrs. Rachelle P. Vergara. January 23-27, 2012 was the scheduled 3rd Quarter Examination of myassigned class. The substitute teacher helped me to checked all the test papers.During the said dates, my cooperating teacher requested me teach only one subjectfor my remaining days in cooperating class and gave the two subject loads to hersubstitute teacher. I was happy at that time because I had only one subject to teach. January 30-31, 2012 were the days when the school principal assigned me fora few days in Grade VI-4 to teach them Science because their teacher was in a campevent. On February 01-03, 2012, it was the day that I can say that I am luckybecause I handled only one subject for my last three weeks in my cooperating class.Even though I only handled one subject, I felt so busy in computing grades andaccomplish some paper works. February 06-10, 13, 2012 were the days when I checked bunch of my pupils’projects. I visited also the funeral service of my cooperating teacher’s mothertogether with my co-intern, Mark. These were also the days when my Grade II pupilspracticed calisthenics in preparation for the incoming foundation day. February 14, 2012 was the day when Sta. Ignacia North Central ElementarySchool celebrated the Mr. and Ms. Elementary Day 2012 and at the same time,Valentines’ Day. We have a long parade in the morning with the Muses and Escorts, “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 9. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 9 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONTeachers and Interns and all pupils of Sta. Ignacia North Central Elementary School.I and my co-interns helped to deliver refreshments for the visitors. After our freemerienda and lunch, each grade presented calesthenics and mass dancing. It was avery tired day but I enjoyed the every moment of it. It was February 15, 2012 when my cooperating teacher observed my finaldemo-teaching in English subject. She gave me a commendable rating after my finaldemo-teaching. On February 16-17, 2012 was the day when I just reviewed my assigned classin their past lessons because some lessons are not discussed well. February 20-21, 2012 were when I had two days extension because of mylates. This day also was the time to say thank you and goodbye to my cooperatingteacher, pupils and to the school. It’s my farewell day. I gave gift to my CooperatingTeacher as my own way of extending my gratitude to her. I felt mixed emotions that day because I didn’t expect that all my pupils gaveme an appreciation and goodbye letter. It’s hard for me to leave my pupils. They arean additional reason for me, to love and appreciate teaching. Their mischief, simpleproblems and their individual differences were considered challenges on my part.These made me alive and active all day for my immediate attention and solution. Myconsolations and rewards that nourished my mind and heart were their love, respectand participation especially during class discussion. Truly, being a teacher is reallyrewarding. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 10. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 10 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION From my twelve-week internship, I realized the joy of teaching. The felicityof teaching starts at any given moment of the teachers launching determined andstressed. The genuine love, care and concern of the students for their teachers andvice versa build a personal attachment that makes the teaching-learning process ahealthy one. Teachers love their profession no matter what obstacles bewilder theirminds. Why does a profession require “long and arduous years of preparation” and“striving for excellence”? Because the end goal of a profession is service and as weheard many times “we cannot give what we do not have”. We can give more if wehave more. As Dr. Josette T. Bayo said in his speech, “Teaching may not be a lucrativeposition. It cannot guarantee financial security. It even means investing yourpersonal time, energy and resources. Sometimes, it means disappointments,heartaches and pains. But touching the hearts of people and opening the minds ofchildren can give you joy and contentment which money could not buy. These are the moments I teach for twelve-weeks. These are the moments Ilive for three months “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 11. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 11 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 12. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 12 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH II1 “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 13. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 13 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 14. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 14 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 2“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
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  • 16. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 16 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 3“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 17. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 17 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 18. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 18 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS II“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 19. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 19 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION1 “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 20. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 20 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
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  • 23. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 23 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 3“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 24. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 24 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 25. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 25 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION LESSON PLANS IN FILIPINO II“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 26. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 26 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION1 “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 27. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 27 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 28. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 28 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 29. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 29 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 30. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 30 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Reflection on Lesson Plans“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 31. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 31 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION What is a lesson plan? For me, lesson plan is an indispensable tool to ateacher. Just like an engineer or an architect, they need a blueprint of the bridge orbuilding to be constructed. A teacher also needs a blueprint of what he intends tobuild – whether this be in terms of attitudes, habits, skills or knowledge. Aseducators define it; “the lesson plan is the teacher’s blueprint”. In writing lesson plans, teachers should have some factors to consider toname some are the availability of instructional materials and the objectives. In my twelve-week off-campus training as a pre-service teacher, I havelearned that a lesson plan guides me in obtaining optimum results because inplanning my lesson; I select the subject matter, activities, experiences and methodsadapted to the child’s needs, interests, abilities and level of maturity. Pupil growthdepends on these factors. In my case, although there was a prototype lesson plan or guide but it doesnot mean that I’m going to copy all the contents of the prototype lesson plan. As theprincipal of our cooperating school says that “ although you have a prototype lessonplan that you just copy it, add some or change some strategies that may capture theinterest of a child and appropriate or are to their level. I also learned that, knowledge on the basic parts of a lesson plan is veryimportant. Because, here lies the logic and perhaps the expected effective of a lessonto be executed is. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 32. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 32 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION After all my hardship in keeping and constructing lesson plans, I realized thatplanning a good lesson in advance makes me a good teacher which in turn,contributes to good teaching. The lesson plan makes me more effective and flexible, as good preparationinsures good instruction and avoids being enchained by formats, terms and order ofthe parts of a lesson plan. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 33. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 33 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION MY INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN ENGLISH II“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 34. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 34 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONMY INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN MATHEMATICS II“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 35. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 35 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION MY INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN FILIPINO II“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 36. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 36 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Reflection on Instructional Materials Instructional materials are aids to teaching and learning which increase theeffectiveness of the teacher. They stimulate interest, simplify, clarify subject matter “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 37. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 37 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONand increase understanding and motivate the learner to learn. Materials are tools ofthe teacher, the amusement of the learners and the catalytic agents that transforminterest, curiosity and experimentation into knowledge and understanding. In creating and producing my visual aids or my support materials for mydaily teaching, I always make sure that most of it are attractive, catchy and cansustain the interest of my pupils but sometimes are unprepared because it takes mostof my time. Pupils learn by examples and by direct experiences because there arelimits to the adequacy of verbal instruction. That’s why I really need to make anextra effort in preparing my needed materials especially so that they are in a primarylevel. Most of the time, they really are attracted on colorful visual aids, that’s why Imake sure that every time I discussed, their attention should only focus to thelearning. Reflection on Cooperating Teacher Mrs. Marievic T. Fabros was my cooperating teacher. She warmly welcomedme in her class and let me introduce myself to his students. She was the adviser of “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 38. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 38 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONGrade II-1 pupils. In my three months that I worked with her, l learned a lot of thingsabout what teacher is in the real field of teaching. And I thank my cooperating teacher for her willingness to share me all herexpertise in teaching, from her knowledge, strategies and skills in teaching. I’m veryproud to have Mrs. Marievic T. Fabros. She was supportive and kind. Without her guidance advice and help, I willnot be where I am today. She’s a proof that teachers are the unsung heroes. I wasreally thankful to her being frank that push me to become confident in very momentof my internship period. You are a part of my memories. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 39. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 39 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
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  • 45. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 45 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION GROUP ACTIVITY SHEET“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 46. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 46 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 47. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 47 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 48. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 48 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 49. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 49 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Reflection on Professional Readings Corporal punishment is not just hitting. Corporal punishment these days is almostany disciplinary action a teacher takes. If you yell at a child, that is considered corporalpunishment. If you separate a disruptive child from the rest of the class by sitting him to theside, that is even considered corporal punishment. If you have a child write "I will try towork on my behavior" 50 times, that is corporal punishment. It is so easy for people to say"a teacher should be friendly" but it is obvious they have never been teachers. As I experienced in my internship period, I am physically and verbally assaultedevery day. Most of the time, I am treated disrespectfully by students and yet I am stilldedicated to teaching kids. I dont believe in paddling, or smacking, or physical abuse, but ifI want to remove a disruptive student from the group, why is that wrong. Instead of sayingteachers should be friendly, how about saying students should be respectful, obedient,cooperative and ready to learn? How about saying parents should be cooperative, supportiveand ready to listen and help not a “consintidor”? I wish every person who thinks of thisquestion would go and spend a week in a school and then rethink their answer. Basically, ifstudents go to school and act respectfully and do their work, they won’t have any problemsfrom a teacher. “The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 50. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 50 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 51. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 51 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION MY STUDENTS’ WORK“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
  • 52. Republic of the Philippines TARLAC COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 52 Camiling, Tarlac INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION MY STUDENTS’ FEEDBACK“The Home of Bright and Disciplined Future Teachers”
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