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Field Study 4:
Exploring the Curriculum

Episode 4: What’s the BAS2IC of the Curriculum?

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Field Study4 Episode 4

  1. 1. Field Study 4: Exploring the Curriculum 2 Episode 4: What’s the BAS IC of the Curriculum?Name of FS Student: Ma. Cristina D. PanganoranCourse & Year: BSE-3 EnglishResource Teacher: Mr. Joey A. Garcia Signature: ________________ Date Signed: ______________Cooperating School: Candating High SchoolInstructor: Mrs. Gloria A. SilvaDate of Submission: August 17, 2011Date Submitted: August 16, 2011
  2. 2. Resource Teacher: Mr. Joey A. GarciaCooperating School: Candating High SchoolCurriculum Examined: Lesson Plan in English Balance is the equitable assignment of content, time, experiences, and other elements. Balance Situation Example: 1. Lessons are divided into 4 quarters and each quarter is divided into 9 weeks. All st stlessons for each week has the same amount for the 1 grading period or the 1 quarter here are some content from thelesson plan.Content for 4 Weeks in Quarter I:QUARTER I: GETTING IN TOUCH WITH SELF AND OTHERSWeek I: How Do I See Myself?Week 2: How Does My Family See Me?Week 3: Through the Eyes of My FriendsWeek 4: I, As a Member of the Community Explanation: Balance can be seen from week 1-4 because there are 14 objectives for each week, except for week 2 which has 16 objectives for the week but it’s not really a big difference. The lesson plan is very balanced when it comes to the equal distribution of the lessons. If you notice the title for each week, you will see that it gets into a broader content which concerns from self to community. This pretty much covers the interest of the learners and the contents can be equally covered in a certain time frame. The curriculum is arranged vertically or horizontally. ArticulationVertical Articulation: Example #1 1st year Grammar: Use indirect discourse to report requests, commands and advice. Activities: Divide the class into small groups and have them give the advice, commands or requests they would give or make in these situations (direct discourse). The other groups are to give in reported speech what was said.
  3. 3. Transformation drill on direct and indirect discourse (imperatives: requests, commands, advice) in problem situations2nd yrGrammar: Direct and Reported Speech Giving Instructions, Commands, Request.Activities: Transform the following direct statements to reported statements. (Review)3rd yrGrammar: Give and follow instructions using direct and reported speechActivities: Round table discussions about agreeing and disagreeing in a given topic.4th yrGrammar: 1. Make requests, commands using indirect speech 2. Give an advice and get things done using reported speechActivities: Changing Imperatives From Direct to Indirect Discourse Giving advice and instructions to get things done Example #2 4th year: Point out the interdependence of plot, setting, and characterization in narratives to achieve the author’s purpose Deduce the theme of the short story Discriminate between positive and negative values 3rd year: Discuss the characteristics of a good short story Use vivid verbs in writing an interesting short story 2nd year: Short story compared to an essay (literary appreciation)
  4. 4. 1st year: Identify the elements of a short story in a listening selection Horizontal Articulation: Example #1: Grammar lessons can use content tackled in Social Studies like socio-economic issues. “The Global Rich and the Global Poor: Seeking the Middle Path” by Chandra Muzaffar. Adapted from “The Theosophical Digest”, 4th Quarter 2001. Sample activities: Task 1: Listen to the text. Take note of examples of intolerance, discrimination and prejudice. Task 2: Recall the bases of evaluating the relevance and validity of ideas. 1. Your personal observation or experience 2. Personal interviews with knowledgeable persons or authoritative sources 3. Current publications and other reference materials. Task 3: Do you agree that . . . [Ask the student to explain his/her answer. a. “One reason fights are started is that one person cannot let another be different.” b. “we do not carry much of the prejudice and discrimination of yesteryears.” c. “today we have become tolerant of others.” The content, topics, learning experiences in one subject area. ScopeWeek I: How Do I See Myself?Week 2: How Does My Family See Me?Week 3: Through the Eyes of My FriendsWeek 4: I, As a Member of the Community