Department of Education
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING
BULWAGAN NG KARUNUNGAN
February 14, 2011
February 14, 2011
Bulwagan ng Karunungan, DepEd
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Excerpts from the TWG on Curriculum Enhancement
a. Curriculum framework for K+12 Basic Education Program
b. Mother-Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE)
c. New TWG for Grades 11 and 12
The Proposed K to 12 Philippine Basic Education Curriculum Framework
Context
Philosophical and Legal Bases
Needs of National and Global Community
Nature of the Learner
•The 1987 Philippine Constitution
•BP 232, Education Act of 1982
•RA 9155, Philippine Governance Act
•The 4 pillars of education (UNESCO)
•The vision-mission statements of DepEd
•Poverty reduction and human development
•Strengthening the moral fiber of the Filipino
people
•Ensuring environmental sustainability
•Global partnership for development
•Embodied spirit
•Maker of meaning
Needs of the Learner
•Life skills
•Self-actualization
•Preparation for the world of work,
entrepreneurship, higher education
FUNCTIONAL LITERACY for ALL
Curriculum Support
System
Societal Support
Public-Private Partnership, Media, GO,
NGOs
Instructional Support
Functionally
literate and
holistically
developed
Filipino
Teachers’ CPD, Textbooks and other
IMs
Monitoring
Evaluation
System
Family Support
Internal & External
Stakeholders’ Support
Administrative Support
Figure 1. The Proposed K to 12 Philippine Basic Education Curriculum Framework
CO, RO, DO, School
DepEd’s Vision
DepEd is globally recognized for good governance and for functionally literate
and God-loving Filipinos
DepEd’s Mission
Provide quality basic education that is equitably accessible to all and lay the
foundation for life-long learning and service for the common good
Overall Goal
Functional literacy for all and wholistic development of the learner
Desired Outcomes
Core Content
Possess
a healthy
mind and
body
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Has the
passion to
develop
his/her
potentials
to the
fullest
Has solid
moral and
spiritual
grounding
Essential
knowledge &
skills to
continuousl
y develop
himself/
herself
Contributes to
the
development
of a
progressive,
just & humane
society
Appreciates the
beauty of the world
around him/her &
cares for the
environ-ment for a
sustain-able future
Communication & literacies;
6. Development of self & sense
Critical thinking& problem solving
of community; and
Creativity & Innovation;
7. Expanding national orientedness
Civic & moral education;
to global orientedness
Life & career competencies;
Figure 2A. Summary of the Proposed K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum Framework – Part I
11 – 12
7 – 10
Curricular Program
K–3
4-6
•Grade 9 * Career Exploration and
Exposure
* Aptitude Test
Grade 10 Special Curricular Programs
(Arts, Sports, Journalism, Foreign
Language, S & T, TechVoc)
G e n e r a l
Learning Areas
Languages
Specialization to prepare students for any
of the following:
• Employment
• Entrepreneurship
• Tertiary education
Middle level skills
education
A c a d e m i c
Higher education
P r o g r a m
Humanities &
Arts
Math & Science
Technology & Livelihood
Education
Co-curricular Activities & Community Involvement Program
Knowledge &
Understanding
Learning Domains
Pedagogical Approaches
Monitoring & Evaluation
System
Attitudes & Values
Integrative, reflective, collaborative, constructivist
Assessment as
learning
Assessment
Essential Skills
Assessment
for
learning
Assessment of
learning
Balance of
traditional &
authentic
assessment
Standards-based comprehensive, systematic and valid monitoring
and evaluation system set in place aimed at improving quality
education
Figure 2B. Summary of the Proposed K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum Framework – Part II
11 - 12
7 - 10
Specialization to prepare students for any of the following:
• Employment
• Entrepreneurship
• Tertiary education
o Middle level skills education
o Higher education
•
•
•
Consolidation of Knowledge and Skills
Development of Personality, Attitudes and Values
Development of Aptitudes and Interests
•
•
Career Exploration and Exposure
Aptitude Test
•
Special Curricular Programs (Arts, Sports, Journalism, Foreign
Language, S & T, TechVoc)
Grade 9
Grade 10
4-6
• Development of Complex Knowledge, Skills. Personality ,
Attitudes and Values
K-3
• Mastery and Application of Basic Knowledge and Skills
• Development of Personality, Attitudes and Values
Figure 3. The Proposed K to 12 Basic Education Curricular Programs
Mother Tongue-Based
Multilingual Education
(MTB-MLE)Curriculum
An Overview
Continue oral and written L1 & L2
written and literacy in L3
Continue oral and written L1 & L2
Literacy in L2 Introduce Written L3
Continue oral and written L1 & L2
Literacy in L2
Introduce Oral L3
Continue oral L1
Introduce L1 literacy
Introduce Oral L2
Build
oral L1
Introducing 3
languages in
“small steps”
to build
success
Kindergar Grade I
ten
Build
Build
fluency in
fluency in
oral L1
oral L1
Grade 2
L1 as
subject
L2 PreL1 PreL1 Prereading &
reading &
reading &
pre-writing
pre-writing
pre-writing
in Filipino
Introduce
L1 literacy Continue
building oral
Begin oral English
Filipino,
(second grading)
Begin Oral
English
(third grading)
Math
MAKABAYAN
in L1
Math
MAKABAYAN
L1 as LOI
in L1
L1 as LOI
Begin
introducing
L2 & L3
“World
Bank”
L2-pre
reading &
writing L3oral
L1 as LOI
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
Grade 6
L1 as
subject
High
School
L1 as
subject
L1 as
subject
L1 as
subject
L1 as
subject
Filipino as
subject
Filipino as
A subject
Filipino as a Filipino as a Filipino as a
subject
subject
subject
English as a English as
subject
subject
English as
subject
English as
subject
English as
subject
Bridge to
Filipino &
English
literacy
(Math,
Sibika at
Kultura
Math &
Science in
L3
Math &
Science in
L3
Math &
Science in
L3
Math &
Science in
L3
MAKABAYAN in L2
MAKABAYAN in L2
MAKABAYAN in L2
MAKABAYAN in L2
L1
L2
L3
as LOI
L1
L2
L3
as LOI
L1
L2
L3
as LOI
L1-L2-L1 as L1-L2-L1
LOI
L1-L3-L1
L1-L3-L1 as As LOI
LOI
High
School
Language
Arts (MT)
Math
(Eng)
Grade VI
Language
Arts/Culture
(MT)
Math (Eng)
Science
(Eng)
Makabayan
(Fil)
Filipino
English
Grade V
Language
Arts/Culture
(MT)
Math
(Eng)
Science
(Eng)
Makabayan
(Fil)
Filipino
(Fil)
English
Grade IV
Language
Arts (MT)
Math
(Eng)
Science
(Eng)
Makabayan
(Fil)
Grade III
Language
Arts (MT)
Math
(MT/Eng)
Science
(MT/Eng)
Makabayan
(MT/Fil)
Grade II
Grade I
Kindergarten
Science
(Eng)
MAKABAY
AN(Fil)
Language Arts, Math, EKAWP or Edukasyong
Pagpapakatao, Sibika at Kultura – Mother Tongue
Filipino
Filipino
English
English
LSRW
Filipino
LSRW
English
LS - RW
Filipino
Oral-LS
English
Oral - LS
Filipino
Language Arts, Math, EKAWP, Sibika at Kultura in Oral
Mother Tongue
Mother Tongue - all subjects
English
Oral
MTB - MLE Time Allotment
Preschool
Strong MT
MT integrated
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
60
60
60
40
40
40
Totally MT
180
L2 Filipino
60 Oral
60 LS
60 LSRW
40
60
60
L3 English
60
Oral
60 oral
60 LSRW
40
60
60
60
60
40
40
40
60
40
40
40
140
140
140
20
20
20
HKS*
(40)
(40)
(40)
EPP**
(40)
(40)
(40)
MSEP***
(40)
(40)
(40)
360
380
380
60
Math
Science
MAKABAYAN
EKAWP/Eduk.
Pagpapakatao
(Character Educ.)
20
20
20
Sibika at Kultura
60
60
40
Total
180
320
320
360
Primary medium of instruction for all pre-school
subjects and Language Arts, Math, Educ.
Pagpapakatao, Sibika at Kultura for grades I & II
 Strongly scaffold English/Filipino as MOI in
grade 3
 Language Arts/Culture subjects from grade 3 to
high school will




strengthen literacy in L1
develop awareness on local socio-cultural concerns
address learning difficulties in classes with L2/L3 MOI
Time
Minute
s
AM
Subject
1st Grading
2nd Grading
3rd Grading 4th Grading
7:00 – 7:15
15
Environmental Sanitation
7:15 – 7:30
15
Pagtataas ng Watawat
7:30 – 7:50
20
Edukasyong Pagpapakatao/EKAWP
8:00 - 9:00
60
MT integrated
9:00 – 9:20
20
RECESS
9:20 – 10:20
60
10:20 – 11:20
60
Oral Filipino
Use for Writing
Activity (MT)
Sibika at Kultura
P.M.
1:00 – 2:00
60
2:00 – 3:00
60
Mathematics
3:00 – 4:00
60
Remediation & other related activities
4:00 – 4:20
20
Flag Retreat
Use for story telling activity to develop
genuine love for reading
Oral English
Time
Minutes
Subject
7:00 – 7:15
15
Environmental Sanitation
7:15 – 7:30
15
Pagtataas ng Watawat
7:30 – 8:00 / 1:00 – 1:30
30
Meeting Time
8:00 - 8:30 / 1:30 – 2:00
30
Big Group Activity
8:30 – 9:00 / 2:00 - 2:30
30
Small Group Activity
9:00 – 9:30 / 2:30 – 3:00
30
Supervised Recess
9:30 – 10:00 / 3:00 – 3:30
30
Story Telling
10:00 – 10:20 / 3:30 – 3:50
20
Indoor/Outdoor
10:20 – 10:30 / 3:50 – 4:00
10
Dismissal Time
AM
P.M.
Framework for the Design of the K+12 Curriculum
Job
Survey of Industry-Desired
Competencies Across Jobs
College
Vocational-Technical
Education
Determine Desired Learning Competencies
Determine DLC’s for VocSENIOR
(DLC’s) for College Graduates
Tech Grads
FRESH
MAN
Get Common
DLC’s for 12year Basic
Education
Graduate
Determine No. of years of College =
Internationally Accepted No. of Yrs of
Formation -12
Work backwards to determine academic
admissions requirements which now become
the DLC’s of the basic education program
Determine intersection set of
DLC’s
Define Set of Courses to attain the
Common DLC’s (The Common
Core)
2 yrs of
training
Work backwards to
determine Academic
Admissions
requirements, Which
now become the
DLC’s of basic
Education program
GR 12 Work backwards to build curriculum to support
the common core
Values
Citizenship
Design a seamless coherent
curriculum
GR 1 Work forward from Grade 1
If there is room
put in electives
for Jobs,
College and
Voc-Tech
Only for
those
intending
to go to
College
Transition Curriculum
Survey of Industry
Desired Competencies
Across Jobs
Determine Desired Learning Competencies (DLC’s) for College
Graduates
SENIOR
FRESH
MAN
Determine No. of years of College =
Internationally Accepted No. of Yrs of
Formation -12
Work backwards to determine academic admissions
requirements which are now the DLC’s of the basic
education program
Determine Competencies of Graduates of Existing
Curriculum
GR 10
EXISTING
GR 1
Determine the
GAP and
Design the
Transition
Curriculum to
Bridge the GAP
Will it Fill Up 2
Years? What if
NOT?
The nationwide consultation is aimed to:
 Educate the public about the Enhanced K+12
reform


Understand the concerns of stakeholders on
the Enhanced K+12
Provide substantive inputs to the Steering
Committee in refining the K+12 reform to
address the concerns of the stakeholders
TIME
STAKEHOLDER SPECIFIC ORIENTATION
8:00 – 10:00am
Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Reform Orientation
10:00 – 12:00nn
Focus Group Discussions
Group 1: Local business groups
Group 2: Local government officials
Group 3: Private HEIs
Questionnaire provided to all participants
Option to travel to district level school to conduct another orientation for
parents, teachers, students
2:00 – 4:00pm
Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Reform Orientation
4:00 – 6:00pm
Focus Group Discussions
Group 1: Parents
Group 2: Teachers
Group 3: Students
Questionnaire provided to all participants
Team 1
Team 2
February 7
Region IV-B
Region II
February 10
Region IV - A
February 11
Region III
February 15
NCR
February 28
Region VI
March 1
Region I
March 3
Region VIII
ARMM
March 8
Region V
Region XII
March 11
Region XI
CARAGA
March 15
Region IX
CDO
CAR
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