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ACTION PLAN IN POWER UP

(Pursuing Optimum and Winning Excellence in Reading through Unwavering Performance in English)
FOR GRADE 1 AND 2 TEACHERS
SY 2012 - 2013
Goals

Programs

Strategies

Persons Involved

To improve the
reading
comprehensio
n skill of
Grade 1 and 2
teachers.

Reading
Comprehens
ion
Evaluation
Inventory

Pre and post


test (x2)
administration
of a Reading
Comprehension
Evaluation
Inventory

EPS Coordinator,
invited
psychometrician/statis
tician, principal and all
Grades 1 and 2
teachers

Require
teachers to
submit a 4
page book
summary of a
book they
adopted to
read for a
month and

EPS Coordinator and


all Grades 1 and 2
teachers

Adopt a
Book

Time Frame

Beneficiaries

Target Indicator

Pre-test should be
given on the first
week of December
and the two post
tests should be given
on the last week of
January and 2nd week
of March
respectively.

Grades 1 and 2
teachers

There should be a
significant improvement
on the Reading
Comprehension
Evaluation Inventory on
80% of the teachers
according to statistical
data presented by the
invited
psychometrician/statistici
an.

Teachers shall be
required to submit a
book summary of a
quarter of the book
they adopted on a
weekly basis for at
least 4 months.

Grades 1 and 2
teachers

Feedback from the EPS


Coordinator should be
positive for at least 80%
of the teachers both for
the
written
book
summary
and
English
conversation.

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converse about
them in English
to the EPS
coordinator.

Program/
Activity/Project

Guidance
Services

Objectives

Strategies

Homeroom
(HR/PTA)
Program

Communit
y
Developme
nt

To promote
students/parent
s interest on
school activities
and made aware
of school and
classroom
needs.

Group
interview

Parents, students and


teachers

first week of
July 2012

Academic
Workshop

Group
counseling

Seminar/
Workshop

Students, teachers and


guidance counselors

3rd week of July


2012

Teaching
Parents how to
Tutor

Group
counseling
/
Communit
y
Developme
nt

Seminar/
Workshop

Parents, teachers and


guest speaker

First week of
august

To develop and
enhance the
students
academic skills
To help parents
tutor their
children
effectively

Concerns/Participants

ACTION PLAN IN POWER UP for DJPRES SY 2012-2013 by Maria Victoria V. Gualin (Submitted November 08, 2012)

Time Frame

Expected Outcome
Teachers are more
enthusiastic in the class
and facilitate harmonious
relationship with students

Students learn how to self


study and learn their most
effective personal learning
strategy.
Parents learn how to
effectively tutor their
children in accord with the
data gathered through the
previous programs.

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SECOND PHASE
Program/
Activity/Project
Quiz bee
Competition

Program/
Activity/Project

:
Guidance
Services

Community
Developme
nt

Guidance
Services

Top-ranker
reward system

Group
counseling

Academic
Improvement
Counseling
through PTC

Individual
counseling

Home
Visitations

Individual
counseling
and
research

ADVANCING TOWARDS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE


Objectives
Promote the
character of
academic
competitiveness
among students

Objectives
To boost up
interest and
dynamic outlook
in studies
To identify
students who
are academically
challenged and
provide
intervention for
their
improvement
To identify
problem areas
responsible for
absenteeism and
other student
problems and

Strategies
Classroom
activities
and interclass
competition

Strategies

Concerns/Participants
Students by-class
representatives,
teacher/organizer and
guidance counselor

Concerns/Participants

Time Frame

Expected Outcome

Last week of
august

Students are challenged to


excel in academics by
preparing for general
education quizzes.

Time Frame

Expected Outcome

Group
counseling
and group
dynamics

Top students per class


and top students
overall

2nd week of
September

Students are reinforced to


maintain aspiration and
performance for higher
academic excellence

Individual
counseling
and parent
teacher
conferences

Parents, students who


are academically
challenged, teacher in
charge and guidance
counselor

Last week of
September

Parents and students have


more insights on how to
improve their academic
performance.

Interview
and
individual
counseling

Teacher in charge,
principal, guidance
counselor and parents

Whole month
of October

Problem areas are


identified by teacher and
reported to the school
administrator and
guidance office for

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device
interventions

THIRD PHASE

individualized intervention
and school support.

ENCOURAGEMENT FOR STUDENTS PARTICIPATION AND COOPERATION

Program/
Activity/Project

Guidance
Services

Objectives

Strategies

Educational Tour

Group
dynamics
and
research

To promote
learning outside
the classroom.

Field trips
and
alternative
learning
activities

Program/
Activity/Project

Guidance
Services

Objectives

Strategies

Giftgiving/Outreach
Program

Community
developmen
t

Retreat/Recollec
tion

Group
counseling

FOURTH PHASE

To develop a
sense of
generosity
towards the
needy
To facilitate
spiritual
awareness and
student
bonding

Concerns/Participants
Parents, teachers and
guidance counselors

Concerns/Participants

Time Frame
2nd week of
November

Time Frame

Home/
orphanage
visitations /
video
documentation
s/ film showing

Parents, teachers,
guidance counselors
and student
representatives

First week of
December

Group
dynamics

Teachers, guidance
counselors and guest
speakers

3rd week of
December

Expected Outcome
Students learn though
alternate means other
than classroom activities
specifically about their
environment.

Expected Outcome
Students are more
cooperative and sensitive
to the needs of others

Students are spiritually


oriented

PROMOTING LEADERSHIP AND ASSERTIVENESS

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Program/
Activity/Project

Guidance
Services

Objectives

Leadership
Seminar

Group
counselin
g and
placemen
t services

To stimulate
students
leadership
potential and
enhancement of
leadership skills

Program/
Activity/Project

Guidance
Services

Objectives

Emotional
Quotient
Assessment

Testing
services

To identify
students who
are emotionally
challenged.

Group
testing and
individual
counseling

Guidance counselor,
students and teacher in
charge

First week of
February

Emotional
Quotient
Seminar

Group
dynamics

To help students
deal with issues
of attraction,
sexual
orientation and
self-awareness.

Group
interview
and group
counseling

guest speaker, guidance


counselor and student
leaders

2nd week of
February

Students are taught and


expected to better handle
emotional stress and social
interactions.

Academic

Individual

Individual

Parents, students who

Last week of

Parents and students

To identify
students who

Strategies
Group testing
and placement
as student
leaders/assistant
s

Strategies

Concerns/Participants

Time Frame

Guidance counselor,
teacher in charge and
student leaders

3rd week of
January

Concerns/Participants

Time Frame

ACTION PLAN IN POWER UP for DJPRES SY 2012-2013 by Maria Victoria V. Gualin (Submitted November 08, 2012)

Expected Outcome
Students are immersed to
real life roles as peer
counselors, student
journalists and teacher
assistants.

Expected Outcome
Students with issues on
emotions are identified
and given individual
counseling and relevant
intervention by both
teacher and counselor.

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Improvement
Counseling
through PTC Part
2

counselin
g

are academically
challenged and
provide
intervention for
their further
improvement

counseling
and parent
teacher
conferences

are academically
challenged, teacher in
charge and guidance
counselor

February

evaluate their own study


habits and academic
performance and device
new improved means to
further promote student
educational well being.

Follow Up
Program

Group
interview
and
research

To evaluate the
overall
effectiveness of
school programs
thus provide
data to better
device programs
for the coming
school year.

Group
interview,
surveys and
inventories

Guidance counselor,
principal and assigned
teachers

First week of
march

Quality programs are


maintained and improved
for the next school year
and potential issue are
prepared for as well as
identify other student
leaders.

RATIONALE

Provide students with a holistic based-education essential to a broader understanding and appreciation of life and to the development of the
whole person.

Promote a learning environment that enhances the values of academic excellence, responsibility, service, and accountability in partnership
with parents, students, and the community.

Raise the quality of education through continuous evaluation/assessment of instruction, faculty training, and research.

Discover and enhance the different aptitudes and interests of the students so as to equip them with skills necessary for productive growth
even at the young age of elementary levels.

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Encourage the participation of faculty and students in socio-civic activities to alleviate the plight of the less privileged members of the
community.

Provide challenges and inspiration to further promote academic excellence.

TYPES OF PROBLEM COVERED BY THIS PROPOSED GUIDANCE PROGRAM FOR GRADE SCHOOL STUDENTS
There are various and unavoidable problems that affect the students academic performance which lead to disintegration of interest, passivity,
and lack of awareness towards goal. Students having these conditions shall be given attention and high regard to avoid the risk of misbehavior within
the society. From the book Fundamentals of Guidance and Counseling written by Kapunan, he summarized the collected problems from prominent
educators and psychologists and come up with this compilation (written in general classification):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Health and physical development


Home and family relationships
Leisure time
Personality
Religious life
School
Social (moral and civic)
Vocational

PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN DJPRES


Among those eight general aspects of problems covered by guidance, few of them should be given focus which requires appropriate plans
and solutions. General problems such as Personality, School, and Social (moral and civic) are considerably ongoing issues in DJPRES. In line to the
four major problems, some specific problems encountered by the school and students are as follows:
1. Lack of interest in studies
2. Low academic performance and competence
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3. Lack of awareness in school directives and policies


4. Low self esteem and motivation toward studies
5. Low parent participation on school activities.
6. Lack of manpower and skills to facilitate interventions for student issues.
7. Participation and cooperation in school activities
8. Passivity towards competition and lack of assertiveness
These eight problems are complicated issues but these programs are aimed to explore them and provide timely and relevant interventions. The
programs themselves are designed to further identify the root-cause of these existing problems and at the same time conduct creative and
worthwhile activities.

DJPRES GUIDANCE PROGRAM PROPOSAL


Upon determining the problems encountered by the school and students, the program developer proposed a one-year guidance program to
address the needs for development and progress of the school and uplift the morale of the students and promote a sense of leadership towards
academic excellence.
The first phase aims to awaken and stir up the minds of students who are disoriented about the importance of education. The guidance
department in coordination with the school administration will hold a by-semester orientation for students to discuss the school directives and policies

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and to motivate students to attend and participate in all relevant school activities. In this sense, they will be inspired to study under the custody of
their new teacher. Providing them proper attention is an immense way of arousing their interest and helps them show their best.
The second phase is more of putting a challenge for students to push trough with their potentials by joining educational competitions in class
and inter-class competition. The Grade 2 Salyut 1 will sponsor some quiz bee and academic-related contest that would challenge the students to
study harder and enhance their cognitive abilities. Consequently, the Guidance Department will collaborate to all teachers to give merit and reward
for students who will show high levels of class performance. Through this approach, each class shall promote a healthy competition and a sense of
dedication towards study.
The third phase will focus on establishing harmonious rapport between the students, administrators, and the guidance department. By doing
so, they shall be part of the meaningful events that the school would facilitate. It will also provide high regard for their necessities that are aimed to
establish good consensus and understanding among the DJPRES community.
The fourth phase was inspired from the famous axiom Leaders are made not born. This program will stimulate students leadership potentials
through seminars and workshops headed by guest speakers to impart some motivational ideas and knowledge towards leadership.

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