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Ibaba Elementary School's ECARP

Ibaba Elementary School's ECARP

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Published by Majella Iris
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Published by: Majella Iris on Jul 04, 2013
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Department of EducationREGION IV
 – 
B MIMAROPADIVISION OF CALAPAN CITYCalapan Schools of East District
IBABA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
S.Y. 2013-2014
PROJECT PROPOSAL
I.
 
Title
R E A D Program (
R
eading with
E
nthusiasm,
A
ccuracy and
D
esire)
II.
 
Objectives
A.
 
Encourage pupils to discover the fun in reading.B.
 
Motivate reluctant pupils to read aloud with enthusiasm.C.
 
Makes assigned mentor guides the learner joyfully and with initiative.D.
 
Develops great desire in reading among pupils.
III.
 
Rationale
In compliance to Division Memorandum, dated June 26, 2013, of whichthe said office relays Library Hub Project on MECARP (Making EveryCalapeño A Reader), asking the school head to come up with a program
that will enhance their pupils’ motivation in readin
g.Hence, the school has been practicing varieties of activities that promotehuge yearning in reading as to give remedy at the same time, to the poor 
result of annual’s PHIL IRI.
Each teacher has brought their own plans and program, with oneobjective, and that is to make these children enjoy and discover whatare the benefits they could get in reading. Though several practices havebeen implemented, the result remains unsatisfactorily. There are still few pupilswho cannot enjoy the happiness in reading as very low comprehensioncontinuously occurs.In line with this, we came up of another program which is called R E A DProgram (Reading with Enthusiasm, Accuracy and Desire). This plan is
 
seemingly the combination of all plans and programs of all the teachers thatensures a positive result this year. This will be implemented in each classroomand the practice will be thorough and intensive to guarantee a better outcome.To reiterate the activities to be done in this program, the EnglishCoordinator formed English Club with selected pupils from Grades Four to Six.
They will be called as “Little Mentors of the Year”.
The selected pupils will playa significant role in success of the READ Program. These pupils are the oneswho have already discovered the fun and joy in reading and who areperforming well academically. Each of the members will adopt oneschoolmate who finds reading, a tedious activity. The adopted pupils will bepull-out from their classes to experience the real essence of reading. Throughprodigious goal of the English Club member, the adopted schoolmate isexpected to love reading at the end of the program. This activity of coursewill be closely monitored by the English Coordinator and the school head.
IV.
 
DescriptionA.
 
Program SiteSchool Program Site School Head
Ibaba Elementary School
Coordinator’s Room
 (Grade IV)Analiza S. Montejo
B.
 
Program Schedule
Since the program is extremely implemented, READ will beconducted daily to provide the appropriate needs of the pupils.Below is the proposed schedule.
Grade Level Day Session Venue
Grade III-A & BGrade IVGrade VGrade VIMonday, Wed & FridayTuesday & Thursday & FridayTuesday & WednesdayMonday & Thursday2:40- 3:20 Vacant Room
(Coordinator’s
Room)
 
 
C.
 
Proposed ActivityREAD
will be implemented throughout the year as soon as thisprogram is approved. Slow and non-interested readers from Grades III toVI will be given time schedule wherein they could discover the fun and joyin reading through the innovat
ive perseverance of the “Little Mentors”,
class advisers, English Coordinator and the principal herself.During this program, set of pupils per schedule will be pull-out fromtheir classes at 2:40-3:20 everyday to be guided in reading by theassigned Little Mentors.27 pupils have passed the Reading-Comprehension test in Little
Mentors’ screening procedure, and they are grouped and assigned as
follows.
GradeLevelMonday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday FridayIII
D’ Rapids
 
D’
Awakes
D’ Drivers
 IV
D’ Speeders
 
D’ Drivers
 
D’ Awakes
 V
D’ Extremes
 
D’ Rapids
 VI
D’ Speeders
 
D’
Extremes
Group Name/Members:
D’ Rapids
 
D’ Extremes
 
D’ Awakes
 
D’ Speeders
 
D’ Drivers
 
1. Creiziel JaneA. Ramos2. Mara Ann M.Sheila Rovira3. Nico A. Gener 4. Hashley KateY. Acedillo5. Aika Cyrille P.Tolentino6. Jemimah D.Dinglasan7. Jhoncent E.Villanueva1. Jastin E.Tolentino2. Leah MaeE. Hernandez3. Reyner Joebert D.Dayo4. Kyla P.Dilidili5. Florina B.Lamunti1. Aiza KayeC. Reyes2. AngelNicole M.Mejia3. Joshua D.Malibot4. Lovely JoyM. Rabe5. Nekailla V.Luzon1. Ann StephanieD. Alon2. Mae Vel MarieR. Alcantara3. Tyrone A.Agua4. Karen MayAngela Garcia5. Jolei-Ann L.Quiambao1. JustinAlhea B.Bautista2. Kyla F.Macaraig3. ChrystalMhey Gil4. AnamaeV. Aguilar 5. Janelle B.Taneca

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