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SCHOOL AS A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
INSTRUCTION: Familiarize yourself with the different areas and facilities of the school. Check the column
to indicate their availability. Give a brief description of those that are available on the last column.
FACILITIES AVAILABLE
NOT
AVAILABLE
DESCRIPTION
Principal’s Office 
Well-painted inside and out located at the middle of the
school buildings. Measurement is half the size of a
standard classroom.
Library 
Just a mini library but can accommodate pupils for
additional knowledge and placed at the side of the
school clinic.
Counseling Room 
The principal’s office is at the same time their
counseling room according to the teachers.
Canteen 
Concrete. Located at the back of the stage.
In-front are 6 faucets in lined made of tiles for a safe
drinking water for children.
School Clinic 
Placed at the Grade VI room extension, well-built
composed of windowpanes.
Audio-visual Room 
Reading Center 
Science Laboratory 
H.E. Room 
Cemented and well-painted. It is able to facilitate
visitors from the DepED or from the higher ups!
Industrial Workshop Room 
PTA Office 
SPG Office 
Communal CR for Boys 
Communal CR for Girls 
CR in each room 
Most CR in each room is made of tiles and has a faucet.
OTHERS (SPECIFY)
FOR FEEDBACKING:
1. Make a reflection on the characteristics of a school environment that promotes learning.
2. Based on your gathered data in the checklist, describe the school environment.
3. Present your own idea of a good school environment through any of these;
a. Descriptive paragraph
b. Photo essay
c. Sketch or drawing
4. Describe the community or neighborhood where the school is found.
(Note: You can use another bond paper for your answers.)
NOTED:
KATHLEEN YUZON-BADON
FS- Instructor
WMSU-MVTS-ESU
CLASSROOM VISIT
INSTRUCTION: Familiarize yourself with the four walls in the classroom where you are assigned. Make
descriptions on each classroom facility. Below are common classroom facilities available inside the
classroom. You can add some facilities that are not in the checklist. Briefly make description on each of the
facility listed.
CLASSROOM FACILITIES DESCRIPTION
(LOCATION, NUMBER, ARRANGEMENT, CONDITION)
Wall Displays
Guidance corner is covered with a glass frame containing a readable “Basic
Education Info. System” about the class. There are also pictures posted
under is their name (PTA officials, LGU officials, classroom cleaners,
birthdays, DepEd officials and barangay officials).
Teacher’s Table
Two well-painted Teacher’s table. The one is placed beside the door (glass
framed) and the other is placed in front of the class.
Desks, armchairs
Cellophane covered, well-painted and arranged accordingly into rows. No
marks of vandalism as the teacher impose fines to those pupils who had
their desks written. (Pero atik ra daw to promote cleanliness, hehe)
Chalkboard
Three well-painted standard chalkboards for Grade IV. Reachable for the
children that fit their height.
Learning Materials
a. Book-ratio
b. Instructional Materials
c. Television
BOOK-RATIO
One is to one, neatly
covered with
cellophane and
arranged properly in
the bookshelves
INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS
Colorful IMs that
could capture the
learner’s
attention/interests.
TELEVISION
21 inch TV placed at
the corner within the
eye-level of the class.
With a matching
amplifier & sound box.
Health Corner Facilities
a. Glasses, combs,
toothbrushes, towels
b. Drinking water
c. Medicine Kit
A. Complete in
number arranged
in its proper
shelves.
B. Compose of tiles,
sinks with faucet
and a container/
jar. Safe for
drinking water.
C. Have first aid
meds like beta
dine, cotton, etc.
Paracetamol and
diatab are also
included for
immediate need.
Room ventilation
Other than the breezy environment of the school, the room is having 2
ceiling fans, and one stand fan.
OTHERS (specify)
FOR FEEDBACKING:
1. Describe the school campus. What colors do you see?
2. Describe the classroom that you have observed. Is the classroom painted? Express your impression.
3. Examine how furniture is arranged. How many pupils inside the classroom?
4. Would you like to teach in the school environment you have just observed? Why or why not?
NOTED:
KATHLEEN YUZON-BADON
FS Instructor
WMSU-MVTS-ESU
LEARNER’S CHARATERISTICS
Name: DIOSDADO FERNANDEZ
Age: 11
Father’s Occupation: FARMER
Educational Attainment: GRADE IV
Mother’s Occupation: VENDOR
Educational Attainment: HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE
Family Background:
Diosdado and his family lived in a place not far from school. Their house is semi-concrete and has
electricity. His parent’s monthly household income range from about Php. 2,501 –5,000. He is the youngest
among the three siblings.
FOR FEEDBACKING:
1. List of behaviors of the child
POSITIVE BEHAVIORS NEGATIVE BEHAVIORS
1. trustworthy
2. very attentive/ cooperative in the class
3. obedient
4. very punctual
5. sociable
6. courteous
7. dependable
1. always changing seats
(but it did not distract me)
2. sometimes he can be talkative much (maybe because
of him being a gay)
3. he sometimes mistreat his classmates
4. dictatorial/ bossy
2. Can he/she do her/his lesson independently?
I can say he’s good in the class, got big scores during quizzes. He listens well when
you are talking in the class. He’s not a kind of pupil that gets high scores because of cheating
and it made me proud to say that he can do his lesson independently.
3. What do you think are the causes of his negative behaviors?
The reason of him being a talkative one maybe because he is a gay and his
classmates would bully him for being one. As revenge, he’d swearword his classmates and
knocks them out with his hand sometimes. He is the youngest child of the family and that
made me conclude the reason why he is bossy.
NOTED:
KATHLEEN YUZON-BADON
FS- Instructor
WMSU-MVTS-ESU
CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
QUESTIONS
CLASSROOM NUMBER
1
(Grade IV- A)
CLASSROOM NUMBER
2
(Grade IV- B)
1. Can the teacher
manage her pupils?
How?
Absolutely! The teacher is able to
manage them in the classroom as well as
outside. The pupils willingly obey the
teacher’s command promptly. She may
be harsh sometimes but she’s able to
keep her pupils smile and laugh during in
her class hours to add the pupil’s interest
about the lesson.
In a heterogeneous class, teachers are
tending to be mad much of the time.
Some pupils are manageable to the
teacher and there some that can’t be
manage specifically to those that are
overcast. The discipline is imposed
inside the class but the practice to do
it is lacking.
2. Compare the
behavior of pupils.
Most of the pupils are well behaved, fast-
learners, obedient and very cooperative
in the class. They are also competitive in
terms of their scores on quizzes. During
Read-A-Thon time, they’re very quick to
fall in line so that they’ll be the first one
to read. They are also able to read
consistently with expression.
Pupils in this class are very noisy,
over-reacting, not courteous and
naughty. Some are bright but much of
them are outcasts. They cheat during
quizzes.
3. What do you think
are the factors that
affect poor
classroom
management?
For me, the main factors that affect poor classroom management are:
1. No classroom discipline – the teacher did not impose discipline in the
classroom.
2. The poor aptitude of the teacher. Unorganized lesson and lack of IMs can
also affect the children’s interests
3. Lack of motivation. We always believe in first impression so as for the
pupils, without it the lesson is boring throughout.
4. No reinforcements. It is difficult for the pupils to learn the lesson made
only once. A review is a must before proceeding to the next lesson.
5. What do you think
are the factors that
lead to effective
classroom
management?
If I’d be the teacher, the mechanism I would do so that I can lead an effective
classroom management are:
1. Starting the school year with a good discipline plan;
2. Act fairly for all students if the teacher expects to be respected;
3. Immediately deal with disruptions with as little disruptions as possible;
4. Avoid confrontations in front of students so that it cannot cause the pupil
to ‘lose face’ in front of their friends;
5. Be consistent and keep high expectations in the class; and
6. Make class rules that are understandable to the pupils. I should make
pupils understand what is and what is not acceptable.
NOTED:
KATHLEEN YUZON-BADON
FS- Instructor
WMSU-MVTS-ESU

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FS 1 Learners' Development and Environment

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  • 3. SCHOOL AS A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT INSTRUCTION: Familiarize yourself with the different areas and facilities of the school. Check the column to indicate their availability. Give a brief description of those that are available on the last column. FACILITIES AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE DESCRIPTION Principal’s Office  Well-painted inside and out located at the middle of the school buildings. Measurement is half the size of a standard classroom. Library  Just a mini library but can accommodate pupils for additional knowledge and placed at the side of the school clinic. Counseling Room  The principal’s office is at the same time their counseling room according to the teachers. Canteen  Concrete. Located at the back of the stage. In-front are 6 faucets in lined made of tiles for a safe drinking water for children. School Clinic  Placed at the Grade VI room extension, well-built composed of windowpanes. Audio-visual Room  Reading Center  Science Laboratory  H.E. Room  Cemented and well-painted. It is able to facilitate visitors from the DepED or from the higher ups! Industrial Workshop Room  PTA Office  SPG Office  Communal CR for Boys  Communal CR for Girls  CR in each room  Most CR in each room is made of tiles and has a faucet. OTHERS (SPECIFY) FOR FEEDBACKING: 1. Make a reflection on the characteristics of a school environment that promotes learning. 2. Based on your gathered data in the checklist, describe the school environment. 3. Present your own idea of a good school environment through any of these; a. Descriptive paragraph b. Photo essay c. Sketch or drawing 4. Describe the community or neighborhood where the school is found. (Note: You can use another bond paper for your answers.) NOTED: KATHLEEN YUZON-BADON FS- Instructor WMSU-MVTS-ESU
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  • 6. CLASSROOM VISIT INSTRUCTION: Familiarize yourself with the four walls in the classroom where you are assigned. Make descriptions on each classroom facility. Below are common classroom facilities available inside the classroom. You can add some facilities that are not in the checklist. Briefly make description on each of the facility listed. CLASSROOM FACILITIES DESCRIPTION (LOCATION, NUMBER, ARRANGEMENT, CONDITION) Wall Displays Guidance corner is covered with a glass frame containing a readable “Basic Education Info. System” about the class. There are also pictures posted under is their name (PTA officials, LGU officials, classroom cleaners, birthdays, DepEd officials and barangay officials). Teacher’s Table Two well-painted Teacher’s table. The one is placed beside the door (glass framed) and the other is placed in front of the class. Desks, armchairs Cellophane covered, well-painted and arranged accordingly into rows. No marks of vandalism as the teacher impose fines to those pupils who had their desks written. (Pero atik ra daw to promote cleanliness, hehe) Chalkboard Three well-painted standard chalkboards for Grade IV. Reachable for the children that fit their height. Learning Materials a. Book-ratio b. Instructional Materials c. Television BOOK-RATIO One is to one, neatly covered with cellophane and arranged properly in the bookshelves INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS Colorful IMs that could capture the learner’s attention/interests. TELEVISION 21 inch TV placed at the corner within the eye-level of the class. With a matching amplifier & sound box. Health Corner Facilities a. Glasses, combs, toothbrushes, towels b. Drinking water c. Medicine Kit A. Complete in number arranged in its proper shelves. B. Compose of tiles, sinks with faucet and a container/ jar. Safe for drinking water. C. Have first aid meds like beta dine, cotton, etc. Paracetamol and diatab are also included for immediate need. Room ventilation Other than the breezy environment of the school, the room is having 2 ceiling fans, and one stand fan. OTHERS (specify) FOR FEEDBACKING: 1. Describe the school campus. What colors do you see? 2. Describe the classroom that you have observed. Is the classroom painted? Express your impression. 3. Examine how furniture is arranged. How many pupils inside the classroom? 4. Would you like to teach in the school environment you have just observed? Why or why not? NOTED: KATHLEEN YUZON-BADON FS Instructor WMSU-MVTS-ESU
  • 7. LEARNER’S CHARATERISTICS Name: DIOSDADO FERNANDEZ Age: 11 Father’s Occupation: FARMER Educational Attainment: GRADE IV Mother’s Occupation: VENDOR Educational Attainment: HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE Family Background: Diosdado and his family lived in a place not far from school. Their house is semi-concrete and has electricity. His parent’s monthly household income range from about Php. 2,501 –5,000. He is the youngest among the three siblings. FOR FEEDBACKING: 1. List of behaviors of the child POSITIVE BEHAVIORS NEGATIVE BEHAVIORS 1. trustworthy 2. very attentive/ cooperative in the class 3. obedient 4. very punctual 5. sociable 6. courteous 7. dependable 1. always changing seats (but it did not distract me) 2. sometimes he can be talkative much (maybe because of him being a gay) 3. he sometimes mistreat his classmates 4. dictatorial/ bossy 2. Can he/she do her/his lesson independently? I can say he’s good in the class, got big scores during quizzes. He listens well when you are talking in the class. He’s not a kind of pupil that gets high scores because of cheating and it made me proud to say that he can do his lesson independently. 3. What do you think are the causes of his negative behaviors? The reason of him being a talkative one maybe because he is a gay and his classmates would bully him for being one. As revenge, he’d swearword his classmates and knocks them out with his hand sometimes. He is the youngest child of the family and that made me conclude the reason why he is bossy. NOTED: KATHLEEN YUZON-BADON FS- Instructor WMSU-MVTS-ESU
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  • 9. CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT QUESTIONS CLASSROOM NUMBER 1 (Grade IV- A) CLASSROOM NUMBER 2 (Grade IV- B) 1. Can the teacher manage her pupils? How? Absolutely! The teacher is able to manage them in the classroom as well as outside. The pupils willingly obey the teacher’s command promptly. She may be harsh sometimes but she’s able to keep her pupils smile and laugh during in her class hours to add the pupil’s interest about the lesson. In a heterogeneous class, teachers are tending to be mad much of the time. Some pupils are manageable to the teacher and there some that can’t be manage specifically to those that are overcast. The discipline is imposed inside the class but the practice to do it is lacking. 2. Compare the behavior of pupils. Most of the pupils are well behaved, fast- learners, obedient and very cooperative in the class. They are also competitive in terms of their scores on quizzes. During Read-A-Thon time, they’re very quick to fall in line so that they’ll be the first one to read. They are also able to read consistently with expression. Pupils in this class are very noisy, over-reacting, not courteous and naughty. Some are bright but much of them are outcasts. They cheat during quizzes. 3. What do you think are the factors that affect poor classroom management? For me, the main factors that affect poor classroom management are: 1. No classroom discipline – the teacher did not impose discipline in the classroom. 2. The poor aptitude of the teacher. Unorganized lesson and lack of IMs can also affect the children’s interests 3. Lack of motivation. We always believe in first impression so as for the pupils, without it the lesson is boring throughout. 4. No reinforcements. It is difficult for the pupils to learn the lesson made only once. A review is a must before proceeding to the next lesson. 5. What do you think are the factors that lead to effective classroom management? If I’d be the teacher, the mechanism I would do so that I can lead an effective classroom management are: 1. Starting the school year with a good discipline plan; 2. Act fairly for all students if the teacher expects to be respected; 3. Immediately deal with disruptions with as little disruptions as possible; 4. Avoid confrontations in front of students so that it cannot cause the pupil to ‘lose face’ in front of their friends; 5. Be consistent and keep high expectations in the class; and 6. Make class rules that are understandable to the pupils. I should make pupils understand what is and what is not acceptable. NOTED: KATHLEEN YUZON-BADON FS- Instructor WMSU-MVTS-ESU