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APPENDIX A

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DEVELOPED

MODULE
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APPENDIX B
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APPENDIX C 50
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APPENDIX D

Rubric for Evaluator

Name: _________________________________

Criteria Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor Score


(5) (4) (3) (2) (1)

I. Cover Page
A. The cover page 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the All cover pages
Appropriateness of the module cover page cover page cover page were not related
on every unit relates to the relates to the relates to the to the content.
relates to the content. content. content.
content.
B. Attractiveness Makes excellent 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the The use of font,
use of font, use of font, use of font, use of font, color, graphics,
color, graphics, color, color, color, and designs are
and designs to graphics, and graphics, and graphics, and distractive.
make it designs to designs to designs to
attractive. make it make it make it
attractive. attractive. attractive.
II. Introduction
A. Motivation The introduction 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the The introduction
foretells the introduction introduction introduction does not foretell
overview of the foretells the foretells the foretells the an overview of the
topic on every overview of overview of overview of topic.
unit of the the topic on the topic on the topic on
module. every unit of every unit of every unit of
the module. the module. the module.
III. Content
A. Objectives The objectives 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the No objectives
of the module objectives are objectives are objectives are were given.
on every unit clearly stated. clearly stated. clearly stated.
are clearly
stated.
B. Emphasis The module 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the The emphasis of
showed showed showed showed the module is not
significant significant significant significant clear.
emphasis about emphasis emphasis emphasis
Earthquake. about about about
Earthquake Earthquake Earthquake
C. Scope The content of 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the The content of the
the module module module module module does not
included topics included included included include topics
about topics about topics about topics about about Earthquake
Earthquake for Earthquake Earthquake Earthquake for first year
first year high for first year for first year for first year students.
school. high school. high school. high school.

D. Accuracy
All information 25% of the 50% of the 75% of the The entire content
included on the information is information is information is of the module is
module is not accurate. not accurate. not accurate. not accurate.
accurate.
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E. Relevance All the 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the The content
discussions are discussions discussions discussions shows no
relevant to the are relevant to are relevant are relevant relevance to the
objectives. the objectives. to the to the objectives.
objectives. objectives.
IV. Organization
A. Logical All the 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the The presentations
Coherence discussions in discussions in discussions discussions of the concepts
the module are the module in the module in the module are unorganized.
logically are logically are logically are logically
arranged to arranged to arranged to arranged to
communicate communicate communicate communicate
clearly and clearly and clearly and clearly and
effectively. effectively. effectively. effectively.
B. Completeness The topic is 25% of he 50 % of he 75% of he The entire
completely parts of the parts of the parts of the discussions are
discussed by discussions discussions discussions insufficient for
the module. are missing. are missing. are missing. learning.
V. Presentation
A. Grammatical All the 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the Majority of the
Structure discussions are discussions discussions discussions passages are in
grammatically are are are grammatical error
correct without grammatically grammatically grammatically with more than 10
misspellings. correct with correct with correct with misspelled words.
less than 3 less than 5 more than 5
misspelled misspelled misspelled
words. words. words.
B. Vocabulary Uses a simple 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the More than 10
Level and deliberate texts are texts are texts are words that are
word that appropriate for appropriate appropriate used are difficult
shows First Year for First Year for First Year for First Year High
appropriateness High School High School High School School hence
for First Year with less than with 5 difficult with more showing
High School. 3 difficult words. than 5 difficult inappropriateness.
words. words.
C. Use of pictures, The used of 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the The used of
illustrations ,and pictures, pictures, pictures, pictures, pictures,
diagrams illustrations, illustrations, illustrations, illustrations, illustrations, and
and diagrams and diagrams and diagrams and diagrams diagrams are not
are relevant to are relevant to are relevant are relevant suited for the
the concept the concept to the to the module.
presented. presented. concept concept
presented. presented.
VI. Self-
Assessment
Question
A. Relevance The questions 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the The questions are
are easy to questions are questions are questions are hard understood
understand and easy to easy to easy to and do not relate
relate to the understand understand understand to the objectives.
objectives. and relate to and relate to and relate to
the objectives. the the
objectives. objectives.
VII. Resources by
Unit
A. Organization The resources 75% of the 50% of the 25% of the Resources on
on every unit resources on resources on resources on every unit of the
are provided every unit are every unit are every unit are module were not
and clearly provided and provided and provided and organized.
presented in an clearly clearly clearly
organized way. presented in presented in presented in
an organized an organized an organized
way. way. way.
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Total:
Please write below your further comments or suggestions for the
improvement of the resource materials.

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APPENDIX E

Qualitative Rating for the module in Earthquake

Name: ____________________________________ Date: _________

1. Can you consider the Module of Earthquake for high school students?

Why?

2. What were the deficiencies and errors in content that you have found

on the module?

3. Are the contents of the module sufficient for the objectives to be

achieved?

4. Are the illustrations/drawings used on the module relevant to the

concept presented?

5. If you are to assess the quality of the module, would you recommend it

to be used as an instructional material?


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APPENDIX F

Table 1. Ratings of the Developed Module by the In-Service Teachers

In-Service Teacher's Rating

Criteria IT1 IT2 IT3 Mean Rating Remarks


I. COVER PAGE
A. Appropriateness 4 5 3 4.0 Very Good
B. Attractiveness 4 5 4 4.33 Very Good
II. INTRODUCTION
A. Motivation 5 4 4 4.33 Very Good
III. CONTENT
A. Objectives 5 4 5 4.67 Very Good
B. Emphasis 5 5 5 5.0 Excellent
C. Scope 4 5 5 4.67 Very Good
D. Accuracy 5 5 4 4.67 Very Good
E. Relevance 4 5 5 4.67 Very Good
IV. ORGANIZATION
A. Logical Coherence 4 4 4 4.0 Very Good
B. Completeness 5 4 4 4.33 Very Good
V. PRESENTATION
A. Grammatical Structure 5 4 4 4.33 Very Good
B. Vocabulary level 4 4 4 4.0 Very Good
C. Use of pictures,
5 5 3 4.33 Very Good
illustrations and diagrams
IV. SELF_ASSESSMENT
QUESTIONS
A. Relevance 5 4 4 4.33 Very Good
VII. RESOURCES BY UNIT
A. Organization 5 4 4 4.33 Very Good
Over-all Rating 4.6 4.5 4.1 4.40 Very Good
Very Very Very
Very Good Very Good
REMARKS Good Good Good
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APPENDIX H
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Interview with Mr. Marcial Labininay


PHIVOLCS, Region X, Cagayan De Oro City
August 6, 2008

Q1: May we know your name sir?

Expert: Marcial Labininay, OIC Reg X

Q2: How many years you’ve been in the service?

Expert: 12 years

Q3: What are qualifications needed to become a seismologist?

Expert: you must be a geologist, engineering graduate

Q4: How often earthquake do happens?

Expert: Everyday, in fact there were 20 recorded earthquakes in the Philippines


daily and 100-150 felt earthquakes per year.

Q5: Based on your studies, is there any cases that lasts for a day?

Expert: None so far, usually it will last for about a minutes or seconds

Q6: What is the maximum time ever recorded of the longest earthquake?

Expert: In terms of shaking, the maximum time recorded was 48 seconds but in
terms of wave duration only a minute.

Q7: How many active faults do we have here in the Philippines? Where is
the most active?

Expert: In the Phil. We have approximately 49 faults including the trenches. The
most active is the Phil. Trench.

Q8: Do we have epicenter here in our country? Where?

Expert: Yes, especially in the provinces of Lanao del Sur and Surigao

Q9: How does your agency monitor with regards of the instruments that
are available here?
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Expert: It depends on how deep/shallow is the focus, if its too shallow then we
can monitor even in Japan and China.

Q10: When and where was the first recorded earthquake that happened
here in the Philippines? How about here in Mindanao?

Expert: March 1984

Q11: How many recorded Earthquakes do you have from the time of your
operation?

Expert: 12 destructive earthquakes so far

Q12: What do you think will happen if there is no movement of plates? Are
there any possibilities that there will be no earthquake at all?

Expert: It’s impossible of course but if in case there will still an earthquake and
that is what we called man-made quakes.

The researchers together with Mr. Marcial Labininay


OIC- PHIVOLCS Cagayan de Oro City Field Station

Appendix I
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CURRICULUM VITAE

I. Personal

Name: Karen V. Polinar

Address: P-1, Katipunan, Sinacaban, Misamis


Occidental, 7203

Date of Birth: July 8, 1989

Civil Status: Single

Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic

Father’s Name: Dalmacio B. Polinar (†)

Mother’s Name: Cerilia V. Polinar (†)

II. Educational Background:

Elementary: San Isidro Alto Elementary School, San Isidro Alto,


Sinacaban, Misamis Occidental

Year Graduated: 2000-2001

Secondary: Katipunan National High School, Katipunan,


Sinacaban, Misamis Occidental

Year Graduated: 2004-2005

Tertiary: Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology,


A. Bonifacio Ave., Tibanga, Iligan City, Lanao Del Norte

Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in General Science

CURRICULUM VITAE
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I. Personal

Name: Jenilyn T. Violanda

Address: Zone 8, Bagong Silang, Iligan City,


Lanao Del Norte, 9200

Date of Birth: June 18, 1989

Civil Status: Single

Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic

Father’s Name: Antonio V. Violanda

Mother’s Name: Teresita T. Violanda

II. Educational Background:

Elementary: Bagong Silang Elementary School, Bagong Silang, Iligan


City, Lanao Del Norte

Year Graduated: 2000-2001

Secondary: Iligan City East High School- Hinaplanon, Hinaplanon,


Iligan City, Lanao Del Norte

Year Graduated: 2004-2005

Tertiary: Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology,


A. Bonifacio Ave., Tibanga, Iligan City, Lanao Del Norte

Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in General Science

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