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1 Entering the Exits

Introduction

This module is designed for use by teachers. It is intended to help users facilitate the career
decision-making of Grade 12 learners especially in choosing curriculum exit before they graduate
from senior high school. The title of Module 1 “Entering the Exits” means entering a curriculum
exit after Grade 12. The learners will have to choose whether he or she will proceed to college,
do business, will look for a job, or will develop the middle-level skills.

The module will help learners identify their interests and personality traits through NCAE
that will help them choose the curriculum exit suited for them. Through this module, Grade 12
learners can determine his/her life and career based on chosen curriculum exit. Lastly, it is
expected that at the end of the module, Grade 12 learners will appreciate chosen life, career and
curriculum exit based on one’s interests and personality type.

Total Time Allotment: 120 minutes (2 hours)

I. Objectives

At the end of this module, the learners are expected to:


1. relate the results of the National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) in choosing a
curriculum exit;
2. determine preferred life and career based on chosen curriculum exit; and
3. appreciate the chosen life, career, and curriculum exit based on one’s interests and
personality type.

Materials
 manila paper/recycled materials
 cartolina
 crayons/colored pens/any coloring materials
 pentel pen
 scissors
 Scotch tape
 copy of NCAE results

Notes to the Teacher:


 You may use alternative materials. The use of recycled materials is highly encouraged.
 Ask the learners to prepare a notebook for Career Guidance modules one to eight. Grade
12 learners will be writing their thoughts and feelings in the notebook which will serve as
their journal for their reflections and assignments.

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II. Motivation (15 minutes)

The Senior High Career Party


Note to the Teacher: Prepare music or song for this activity.

Procedure
1. Arrange the chairs on the sides so that space will be maximized for the activities.
2. Tell the learners to dance as the music plays. (If there is no music to be played, ask the
learners to sing any song that everybody can relate.)
3. Tell the learners that as the music stops they will have to find a partner on the dance
floor. Emphasize that it will provide them a chance to share their interests and
experiences in senior high school with others in the group.
4. Stop the music and ask the learners to share with their partner what is asked in the first
sharing. The music will continue after the first sharing and the learners will find another
partner for the second up to the fourth sharing.
a. First sharing: What are your goals after Senior High School?
b. Second sharing: What are your interests that served as your basis in choosing your
current SHS track?
c. Third sharing: What are your memorable experiences in SHS?
d. Fourth sharing: What curriculum exit do you plan to go after senior high school?

Processing Questions:

1. How did you find the “Senior High Career Party”?


2. What did you feel while sharing your goals, interests, experiences, and chosen
curriculum exit in SHS?

III. Main Activity (50 minutes)

Activity: Golden Doors

Note to the Teacher: Before the activity, prepare the “Golden Doors” (made up of art or
recycled materials) and Gallery of Careers (showing the results of NCAE). See Appendices 2
and 3 for the materials to use in the activity.

Procedure
1. Set up four doors (which will be called GOLDEN DOORS) in the four corners of the room
to represent the four curriculum exits of Senior High School namely: Employment,
Entrepreneurship, Higher Education, Middle-Level Skills Development. Note: You can
use manila paper or any recycled materials.
2. Set up GALLERY OF CAREERS (showing the areas of occupational interests).
Note: You may print the materials indicated in appendix 3.1 as reference for learners while
appendix 3.2 will be posted on the walls of the room so the learners can have visuals on
the different careers or professions per occupational interest.
3. Ask the learners to bring out the results of their NCAE.
4. Distribute Activity Sheet No. 1―My Occupational Interests.

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5. Ask the learners to accomplish the first column based on the results of their NCAE.
6. Allow the learners to walk around the GALLERY OF CAREERS and check the different
careers or professions in the areas of occupational interests based on what is written in
the first column of the activity sheet.
7. Allow the learners to reflect on their current occupational interests based on their self-
assessment and plan after senior high school and ask them to write their answers in the
second column.
Note: In case there are learners who do not have or do not remember their NCAE results,
allow them to accomplish only the second column of the activity sheet.
8. Ask the learners to choose which door (representing the curriculum exits) to exit.
9. Behind the Golden Doors, they will find different worksheets (which symbolizes
opportunities they can grab as they enter any curriculum exit). They will have to
accomplish what the got behind the Golden Doors.
10. Ask the learners to do small group sharing with other learners who chose the same door
they have chosen.
11. Ask some volunteers for the large group sharing.

Processing Questions:
1. Did you experience mismatch of occupational interests based on your NCAE results and
based on your self-assessment and plan after senior high school?
2. What occupational interest will you consider in choosing a curriculum exit?
3. After doing the activity, what realizations or insights did you have as a senior high school
learner who is about to exit after few months?

IV. Lecturette (15 minutes)


In order to guide the conduct of career guidance at the school level and to ensure the
development of skills and competencies required in the world of work, the Department of
Education has been conducting career assessment to Grade 9 students through the
National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE). The NCAE aims to provide guidance to
individual learners for their future educational and career choices. It also provides the
basis for profiling learners’ aptitude in the four Senior High School tracks.
There are three domains measured in the NCAE. These are the General Scholastic
Aptitude (GSA), Occupational Interest Inventory (OII), and Aptitude for Senior High School
Tracks. The GSA measures the learner’s reading comprehension and scientific, verbal,
mathematical, and logical reasoning ability. The OII is a checklist of occupational interests
that provides an assessment of inclinations or preferences for comprehensive career
guidance. The Aptitude for SHS Tracks determines the learner’s inherent capacity to
succeed in the SHS tracks.
A profile chart of the students’ occupational inclinations and preferences through the
identified cluster occupations is provided in the results of the NCAE. The test is being
administered to all Grade 9 learners who are currently enrolled in public and private
schools with government permit or recognition. Moreover, learners with special needs
may also be assessed provided that test accommodations are met. (as per DepEd Order No.
55, s. 2016 Sec. 9)

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Helping people make career decisions have been fundamental to counseling
psychology since its emergence as a profession, and it continues to be central to its identity
today (Gelso & Fretz, 2001, as cited in Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2010).
After acquiring all the knowledge, skills, and attitude and being aware of their
interests and personality types, Grade 12 learners will now choose the curriculum exit they
will pursue after senior high school. Grade 12 learners may choose to work immediately
since they are of legal age and have the competencies to perform a specific job, or to pursue
a business they can start to earn money. They may also proceed to higher education and
pursue a degree course or take up any Technical Education and Skills Development
Authority (TESDA) courses for middle-level skills development.

Employment. Any senior high school graduate who plans to work after senior high school
can check with the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) in their locality for possible
job vacancies, or they can browse in the Department of Labor and Employment website,
www.ble.dole.gov.ph for possible local employment.

Entrepreneurship. Senior high school graduates who plan to pursue the


entrepreneurship exit will have to consider many things. They have to be cautious lest they
end up losing money invested in the business. The Philippine Business Industry (as cited
in http://www.biznewsph.com/p/business-ideas-in-philippines.html, 2012) has come up
with a list of ideas where prospective entrepreneurs can start and grow their own business
in the Philippines. (See Appendix 3: List of Business Ideas in the Philippines.)

Higher Education. Senior High School graduates who would want to pursue a degree
course in higher education may directly inquire at any colleges and universities in their
area. They may also inquire at www.ched.gov.ph, the official website of the Commission
on Higher Education (CHED) for the recognized programs of schools per region.

Middle-Level Skills Development. Senior high school learners who may want to pursue
middle-level skills development after finishing a specific track and strand in senior high
school may inquire at their local TESDA offices for the courses offered in their locality.
Those who went to Technical Vocational Livelihood Track and earned a National
Certification Level II may apply for a higher level of national certification if they opt to.

Senior high school graduates may go to any curriculum exit regardless of the SHS
track they took. If a learner took up a TVL Track, he/she can still enroll in college to pursue
higher education. Moreover, after entering a specific exit, any SHS graduate may proceed
to another exit. For example, a graduate who chooses to pursue higher education and gets
employed after graduation may enter into a business or pursue middle-level skills
development while employed.

Nonetheless, whatever curriculum exit senior high school graduates pursue is their
own decision. They only have to maximize their talents and resources in order to be
successful. As what author and speaker Mack R. Douglas said, “You are responsible for
everything you do.”
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V. Application (15 minutes)

Activity Sheet No. 2: My Entry Point in the Exit

Procedures:

1. Provide each learner with paper and coloring materials.


2. Ask them to draw a symbol to represent the life and career they imagined after entering
a specific curriculum exit.
3. Instruct them to briefly explain why they have chosen the symbol and share their
appreciation to their imagined life, career, and curriculum exit in the future.
4. Ask some volunteers to share their output.

Processing Questions
1. Why did you choose that symbol?
2. How does it relate to your choice of curriculum exit after Senior High School?

VI. Reflection (10 minutes)

Journal Reflection 1

Ask the learners to write in their Career Guidance Journal their reflection about “My
Meaningful Exit from Senior High School.”

VII. Evaluation (15 minutes)

Activity Sheet No. 3: My Plan to Exit

Instructions: Write your occupational interest based on your preference and plan after
senior high school.
1. In the fourth column (Employment), write your preferred kind/nature of work if
you plan to proceed to this exit and indicate when.
2. In the fifth column (Entrepreneurship), write the specific business industry you
want to pursue if you plan to proceed to this exit and indicate when.
3. In the sixth column (Higher Education), write the specific course if you plan to
proceed to this exit and indicate when.
4. In the seventh column (Middle-Level Skills Development), put the specific skilled
courses if you plan to proceed to this exit and indicate when.

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Note: This activity emphasizes that senior high school graduates can go to any curriculum exit
regardless of the SHS track they took. Moreover, after entering a specific exit, the SHS graduates
may pursue another exit.

Occupational Specific
Preferred Curriculum Exit
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interests Occupational preneurship Education Development
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Appendix 1
Activity Sheet No. 1
My Occupational Interests

Instructions: In the first column, write your occupational interests based on the results of your
NCAE. In the second column, reflect on your current occupational interests and
plan after senior high school.

Occupational Interests Occupational Interests (based on preference


(based on NCAE Results) and plan after senior high school)

Rank 1

Rank 2

Rank 3

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Appendix 2
Materials for GOLDEN DOORS
2.1 Bio-Data
Bio-Data

Name: __________________________ Position Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Educational Background:
Elementary: ______________________________________ Year Graduated: __________
Secondary:
Junior High School: __________________________ Year Completed: __________
Senior High School: __________________________ Year Graduated: __________

Bio-Data

Name: __________________________ Position Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Educational Background:
Elementary: ______________________________________ Year Graduated: __________
Secondary:
Junior High School: __________________________ Year Completed: __________
Senior High School: __________________________ Year Graduated: __________

Bio-Data

Name: __________________________ Position Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Educational Background:
Elementary: ______________________________________ Year Graduated: __________
Secondary:
Junior High School: __________________________ Year Completed: __________
Senior High School: __________________________ Year Graduated: __________

Bio-Data

Name: __________________________ Position Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Educational Background:
Elementary: ______________________________________ Year Graduated: __________
Secondary:
Junior High School: __________________________ Year Completed: __________
Senior High School: __________________________ Year Graduated: __________

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Appendix 2
Materials for GOLDEN DOORS
2.2 Business Permit

BUSINESS PERMIT

Name of Business: __________________________________________________________


Name of Owner: ___________________________________________________________
Location of Business: ________________________________________________________
Nature of business: __________________________________________________________
Permit number: ____________________________________________________________

BUSINESS PERMIT

Name of Business: __________________________________________________________


Name of Owner: ___________________________________________________________
Location of Business: ________________________________________________________
Nature of business: __________________________________________________________
Permit number: ____________________________________________________________

BUSINESS PERMIT

Name of Business: __________________________________________________________


Name of Owner: ___________________________________________________________
Location of Business: ________________________________________________________
Nature of business: __________________________________________________________
Permit number: ____________________________________________________________

BUSINESS PERMIT

Name of Business: __________________________________________________________


Name of Owner: ___________________________________________________________
Location of Business: ________________________________________________________
Nature of business: __________________________________________________________
Permit number: ____________________________________________________________

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Appendix 2
Materials for GOLDEN DOORS
2.3 College Application Form
(You may use other materials if reproduction of this appendix is not possible.)

COLLEGE APPLICATION FORM

Name: __________________________ Course Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Secondary School Graduated:_________________________________________________
Awards Received: ________________________________________________

COLLEGE APPLICATION FORM

Name: __________________________ Course Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Secondary School Graduated:_________________________________________________
Awards Received: ________________________________________________

COLLEGE APPLICATION FORM

Name: __________________________ Course Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Secondary School Graduated:_________________________________________________
Awards Received: ________________________________________________

COLLEGE APPLICATION FORM

Name: __________________________ Course Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Secondary School Graduated:_________________________________________________
Awards Received: ________________________________________________

COLLEGE APPLICATION FORM

Name: __________________________ Course Applied for: _______________________


Age: ____________ Sex: ________________ Contact No.: _________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
Secondary School Graduated:_________________________________________________
Awards Received: ________________________________________________

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Appendix 2
Materials for GOLDEN DOORS
2.4 TESDA National Certification
(You may use other materials if reproduction of this appendix is not possible.)

COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT RESULTS


Name of Candidate: _____________________________________________________
Title of Qualification/Cluster of Units of Competency: _________________________
Name of Assessment Center: _______________________________________
Assessment Results: ____ Competent ____ Not Yet Competent
Recommendation: ___ For issuance of NC/COC ___ For submission of additional documents
Assessed by: ___________________________ Attested by: ___________________________
Date: ____________________ Date: _________________________

COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT RESULTS


Name of Candidate: _____________________________________________________
Title of Qualification/Cluster of Units of Competency: Food and Beverage Services II
Name of Assessment Center: _______________________________________
Assessment Results: ____ Competent ____ Not Yet Competent
Recommendation: ___ For issuance of NC/COC ___ For submission of additional documents
Assessed by: ___________________________ Attested by: ___________________________
Date: ____________________ Date: _________________________

COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT RESULTS


Name of Candidate: _____________________________________________________
Title of Qualification/ Cluster of Units of Competency: _________________________
Name of Assessment Center: _______________________________________
Assessment Results: ____ Competent ____ Not Yet Competent
Recommendation: ___ For issuance of NC/COC ___ For submission of additional documents
Assessed by: ___________________________ Attested by: ___________________________
Date: ____________________ Date: _________________________

COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT RESULTS


Name of Candidate: _____________________________________________________
Title of Qualification/ Cluster of Units of Competency: _________________________
Name of Assessment Center: _______________________________________
Assessment Results: ____ Competent ____ Not Yet Competent
Recommendation: ___ For issuance of NC/COC ___ For submission of additional documents
Assessed by: ___________________________ Attested by: ___________________________
Date: ____________________ Date: _________________________

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Appendix 3
Handout: Areas of Occupational Interests

A. Science B. Natural Sciences


Medicine Specialized Areas
A1 Optometrist B1 Biologist
A2 Doctor of Medicine/Cardiologist/ B2 Botanist
Oncologist/Radiologist/ B3 Zoologist
Orthopedic Surgeon B4 Chemist
A3 Surgeon (All fields) B5 Geologist
A4 Dermatologist B6 Geographer
A5 Dentist B7 Volcanologist/Seismologist
A6 Veterinary Medicine
A7 Forensic Analyst

Allied Medicine
A8 Speech Pathologist/Physical
Therapist/Occupational Therapist

Allied Health Professions


A9 Nurse
A10 Medical Technologist
A11 Geneticist/DNA Analyst
A12 Pharmacist
A13 Food Technologist

Hospital Administration
A14 Hospital Manager
A15 Medical Supervisor

Health and Wellness Support Staff


A16 Therapy Assistant
A17 Nursing Aide/Caregiver
A18 Laboratory Aide
A19 Optical Aide
A20 Laboratory Encoder/X-Ray
Technician/Laboratory Technician
A21 Medical Transcriptionist
A22 Medical Secretary
A23 Medical Sales Representative/
Medical Advertising Representative

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A24 Hospital Utility Worker
A25 Gym Instructor
A26 Spa Aide

C. Aquaculture and Agriculture/Forestry D. Engineering


Specialized Areas Specialized Area
C1 Aquaculturist D1 Mechanical Engineer
C2 Agriculturist D2 Biological Engineer
C3 Forest Ranger D3 Civil Engineer
C4 Floriculturist D4 Safety Engineer
C5 Herbologist D5 Mining Engineer
D6 Electrical Engineer
Support Staff D7 Agricultural Engineer
C6 Fishing Boat Captain D8 Chemical Engineer
C7 Fishing Crew D9 Geodetic Engineer
C8 Forester D10 Marine Engineer
C9 Farmer D11 Structural Engineer
C10 Canning Worker
C11 Plant Hobbyist Support Staff
D12 CP-Radio Technician/Electronic
Technician/Aircon Technician
D13 Car-Auto Machinist (Mechanic)

E. Business and Finance/Commerce F. Professional Services


Finance Specialized Area: Law
E1 Economist The Court
E2 Banker F1 Judge
E3 Financial Analyst F2 Lawyer
E4 Accountant F3 Legal Associate
E5 Budget Officer F4 Clerk of Court
E6 Bookkeeper F5 Legal Secretary/Legal Clerk

Business Specialized Area: Education


E7 HR Manager
Teaching
E8 Sales Manager
F6 Pre-school Teacher
E9 Warehouse Supervisor/Stock Room
Supervisor F7 Elementary School Teacher
E10 Marketing Officer F8 High School Teacher
E11 Advertising Executive F9 College Professor
E12 Statistician/Actuarial F10 (Post) Professor in Graduate School
Mathematician Masters or Ph.D. Courses
E13 Real State Broker

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Support Staff School Administration
E14 On-line Sales Agent F11 School Head
E15 Call Center Agent F12 Registrar
E16 Sales Clerk
E17 Sales Representative Guidance and Counseling
E18 Store Keeper F13 Guidance Counselor
E19 Cashier
Support Staff
E20 Sales Record Officer
F14 Librarian
E21 Office Clerk
F15 Teacher Aide/ School Aide
E22 Sales Promoter/Promo
F16 Technical-Vocational Aide
Merchandiser
F17 School Clerk
E23 Small Scale Store Owner
F18 School Janitor
E24 Security Guard
F19 School Canteen Helper
F20 School Security Officer

G. Personal Services H. Computers and Technology


Transportation and Travel IT and Cyber Services
Transportation: Specialized Areas H1 Web Designer
G1 Aviation-Pilot H2 Web Analyst
G2 Air Tower Comptroller H3 Web Programmer/Software
G3 Air-Radio Comptroller Programmer
G4 Marine Ship Captain H4 Computer Games Programmer
G5 Chief Mate H5 IT Instructor
H6 Database Analyst
Support Staff
G6 Flight Attendant Support Staff
G7 Aircraft Technician H7 Animator/Cartooonist
G8 Airline Ground Crew H8 Data Encoder
G9 Seaman H9 Computer Repairman/
G10 Messman/Cook Computer Technician
G11 Driver H10 Computer Clerk
G12 Ticketing Clerk H11 Computer Aide
H12 Computer Drafter
Tourism and Hospitality Industry H13 IT Sales Clerk
Hotel Administration
G13 Hotel and HR Manager
G14 HR Supervisor
G15 Hotel/Building Maintenance
Supervisor

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Hotel Support Staff
G16 Front Desk Clerk/Reservation
Clerk/Billing Clerk
G17 Chef/Pastry/Bread Maker
G18 Barista
G19 Hotel Attendant
G20 Elevator Attendant
G21 Chambermaid

Tourism Support Staff


G22 Travel Agent
G23 Tour Guide
I. Media and Communication J. Community Services
Communication and Broadcasting Community Governance
Specialist Administration and Specialized
I1 Mass Communication Journalist Services
I2 Newscaster J1 Barangay Officer
I3 News Editor J2 Barangay Health Official
I4 Radio Announcer J3 Social Worker
I5 Sound Engineer
Community Support Staff
Support Staff J4 Barangay Cleaners
I6 TV Operator J5 Barangay Clerk
I7 Cameraman J6 Barangay Aide
I8 Radio Technician J7 Rescue Volunteer
I9 Dubber
I10 Voice over Talent
I11 Proofreader
I12 Caricaturist
I13 Comics Illustrator
I14 Photographer
K. Architecture and Construction L. The Arts
The Performing Arts Theater, Movies
Professional Services and Television Program
K1 Building Architect/Architect
K2 Landscape Architect Theater/Movie Professionals
K3 Interior Designer L1 Director
K4 Surveyor L2 Artist/Actor
K5 Real Estate Developer L3 Film Maker
L4 Entertainer
Construuction Service and Support
Staff Theater and Movie Support Staff
K6 Foreman L5 Set Designer
K7 Mason L6 Lights Designer

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K8 Pipe Welder L7 Costume Designer
K9 Painter
K10 Wood Carver Other Artistic Areas: Painting, Music
and Literary Works
K11 Iron Grill Welder
L8 Musical Composer or Arranger
K12 Pottery Maker L9 Book Author
L10 Water Color Painter
K13 Building Aide
K14 Landscaper
K15 Carpenter
M. Fashion N. Military and Law Enforcement
Garments/Hairstyle/Cosmetics Parlor
Services/Jewelry and Accessories Military Services
N1 Military Officer
Garments, Linens and Textile Industry N2 Air Force Officer
M1 Fashion Designer N3 Military Training Ofificer
M2 Master Cutter N4 Camp Strategist
M3 T-shirt Designer
Law Enforcement
M4 Silk Screen Maker
N5 Police Officer
M5 Textile Technician
N6 Prison Warden
M6 Fabric Wholesaler
N7 Police Desk Officer
M7 Curtains/Bedding Sewer
N8 Investigator
Hairstyle, Cosmetics and N9 Police Aide
Other Parlor Services N10 Traffic Enforcer
M8 Make-up Artist N11 Criminologist
M9 Hair Stylist N12 Fingerprint Analyst
M10 Hair Cutter
M11 Hair Spa Aide
M12 Manicurist

Jewelry and Fashion


Accessories
M13 Jewelry Maker/Goldsmith
M14 Beadworks Maker
M15 Shoe Maker
M16 Bag Maker
O. Spiritual Vocation
O1 Priest/Pastor/Imam
O2 Spiritual Counselor/Nun

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Appendix 4
List of Business Ideas in the Philippines

1. Web Development and SEO (Search 36. Wedding Planner


Engine Optimization) 37. Video Producing
2. Online Selling 38. Candle Making
3. Food Cart 39. Candy Making
4. Free Range Farming 40. Card Making and Designs
5. Sari-sari Store 41. Scrapbook Making
6. Garage Sale 42. Pet Grooming
7. T-shirt Design/Printing 43. Landscaping Services
8. Bakeshop 44. Ebook Selling
9. Catering 45. Tarpaulin Printing Business
10. Natural Beauty Products Selling 46. Restaurant Business
11. Giveaways, Souvenirs and Invitations 47. Barber shop/Beauty Salon
12. Franchising 48. Cell Phone Loading Business
13. Outsourcing 49. Ukay-Ukay Business
14. Money Remittance Business 50. Street Food Business
15. Real Estate Buy and Sell 51. Appliance Repair Business
16. Event Planning and Organizing 52. Dance Instructor/tutorial Business
17. Pawnshop 53. Travel and Tours
18. Warehouse and Office Equipment 54. Money Exchange Business
Business 55. Fitness Coach
19. Online Trading/Auction 56. Cold Food and Beverages Selling
20. Micro-Lending Company 57. Headhunting Business
21. Water Refilling Station 58. Wedding Photography & Videography
22. Flower Shop 59. App Development
23. Fishing Business 60. Launch a Hotel in Boracay
24. Meat Shop 61. French Fries
25. Laundry shop 62. Hamburger Stall
26. Rice Retailing 63. Fried Chicken Stall
27. Home Made Accessories 64. Ice Cream
28. Vegetable Stand
29. Small Eatery or Canteen
30. Yoga Class
31. Architectural Firm
32. Law Firm
33. Air Charter Services
34. Hotel Supplies
35. Wine Depot/Liquor Shop

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Appendix 5
Activity Sheet No. 2
My Entry Point in the Exit

Directions: Draw a symbol to represent the life and career you imagine to have after entering
your chosen curriculum exit. Briefly explain why you have chosen the symbol.

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Appendix 6
Journal Reflection No. 1
My Meaningful Exit from Senior High School

(Use your journal notebook for Career Guidance.)

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Appendix 7
Activity Sheet No. 3
My Plan to Exit

Instructions: Please write your occupational interest based on your preference and plan after
senior high school.
1. In the fourth column (Employment), write your preferred kind/nature of work if you
plan to proceed to this exit and indicate when.
2. In the fifth column (Entrepreneurship), write the specific business industry you want
to pursue if you plan to proceed to this exit and indicate when.
3. In the sixth column (Higher Education), write the specific course if you plan to proceed
to this exit and indicate when.
4. In the seventh column (Middle Level Skills Development), put the specific skilled
courses if you plan to proceed to this exit and indicate when.

Occupational Specific Preferred Curriculum Exit


Interests based Career or
on your Profession Middle-Level
preference and based on Employment Entrepre- Higher Skills
plan after Occupational neurship Education Development
Senior High Interest
School
Rank
1

Rank
2

Rank
3

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