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Accomplishmnt Carol 2013-14 Short

Accomplishmnt Carol 2013-14 Short

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Published by: Caroline Salvador Vivas on Jul 16, 2014
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 Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Region III Division of Nueva Ecija District of Cabiao
School Year 2013-2014
: Grade One, section Mangga, comprised of 23 boys and 16 girls with a total of 39 pupils worked hand in hand together with the teacher in achieving quality education in San Vicente Elementary School. Being a part of the school, everybody must show his/her great assets and capabilities in order to give and provide the best in everything regarding education. It also includes the molding of the moral, social and spiritual values of children which are very much needed in exuding good citizenry. A teacher handles the most important role and challenging task in the life of school children. She has to take into consideration a lot of things necessary for the education of the pupils as well as their other needs. A teacher needs to make necessary actions in acquiring new skills and techniques, and new innovations for the improvement of the career. Thus, teaching is a never ending process. She needs to continuously strive in all aspects to produce and yield the best. The reward of being a teacher can be gauged and manifested through her accomplishments done. As part of the new K to 12 Curriculum, many activities were done to conform with the necessary and needed skills for the holistic development of the grade one pupils.
Increased MPS of School Pre-Test over Post Test Results by at least 5% SUBJECTS PRE-TEST POST-TEST INCREASE/ DECREASE 1. English 48.85% 89.47% 40.62% 2. Filipino 52.27% 91.22% 38.95% 3. Mathematics 47.68% 88.19% 40.51% 4. Mother Tongue 54.28% 92.36% 38.08% 5. Araling Panlipunan 47.31% 88.53% 41.22% 6. MAPEH 46.94% 89.33% 42.39% 7. Eduk. sa Pagpapakatao 56.61% 94.28% 37.67%
Increased MPS of Achievement Tests by Rating Period in All Subjects. SUBJECTS First Rating Second Rating Third Rating Fourth Rating 1. English - - 89.37% 91.12% 2. Filipino - 89.60% 91.20% 93.42% 3. Mathematics 81.60% 89.18% 91.20% 92.02% 4. Mother Tongue 84.03% 89.50% 91.37% 94.28% 5. Araling Panlipunan 84.13% 89.43% 90.43% 91.32% 6. MAPEH 83.45% 90.23% 90.56% 92.34% 7. Eduk. sa Pagpapakatao 85.72% 92.07% 95.53% 97.09% 3.
 No Non-numerates were reported in the class, all pupils conformed with the basic competencies required for grade one pupils. 4.
 No Non-readers were reported in the school reading evaluation done as measured using sounds, phonics, basic words and other relevant materials as introduced under the new learning competencies of the k to 12 Curriculum including the Oral Fluency both in Filipino and Mother Tongue. 5.
Improved pupils accuracy in 4Fs (particularly addition and subtraction) by frequent use of window cards, counters and other techniques to improve pupils capabilities and raise the numeracy level of the pupils. 6.
Developed pupils reading comprehension through the use of remedial readings, varied approaches and other teaching techniques and strategies and lots of interactive approaches suited to their learning needs and capabilities particularly in the new K to 12 Program that  provides spiral learning and holistic learning. 7.
Diagnostics tests in all subjects were administered to all pupils, results were analyzed, interpreted and used as reference in starting the various lessons with at least 75% desired effectiveness using the new Curriculum Guides and Teaching Modules in the K to 12 Curriculum. 8.
Administered Pre-Test, Mid-Year Test and Post-Test in English and Filipino,  both in Oral Fluency and Silent Reading to check pupils progress in Reading. 9.
Achievement tests in all subjects were administered to all pupils, results therein analyzed and interpreted to improve methods and techniques of instruction with 75% effectiveness. 10.
Pupils height and weight were measured by quarters, submitted the required reports in  Nu
trition to continuously monitor pupils’ nutritional status.
All pupils participated actively in the school culminating activities like Nutrition Month Activities, Lakad-Agham, Physical Fitness Day, Scouting Activities and other school related activities that enrich their experiences in non-curricular activities.. 12.
One pupil placed 5
in the District Math Quiz . 13.
One pupil was a participant in the District Poster Making Contest in Nutrition .

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