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Name: Jessa Lou D. Bebit School: Green Valley College Foundation Inc.

Classroom Instruction Delivery Alignment Map

Grade: 11 Semester: 1st

Core Subjects: Oral Communication in Context No. of Hours/Semester: 80

Prerequisites (If needed):

Core Subject Description: This course introduces some Applied Social Sciences, namely, Counseling, Social Work, and Communication, which draw their foundation from the theories and
principles of Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, and other Social Sciences. The course highlights the seamless interconnectivity of the different applied social science disciplines while focusing
on the processes and applications of these applied disciplines in critical development areas.

Culminating Performance Standard: Submit an E-portfolio of output from the course.

Power Standard: Present the E-Portfolio containing the output of the course.

1st Quarter
Content Content Performance Standard Learning Competencies Highest Thinking Skill to Highest Enabling
Standard Assess Strategy to Use in
MINIMUM BEYOND MINIMUM MINIMUM KUD BEYOND KUD RBT Assessment Technique Developing the Highest
CLAS MINIMUM CLAS Lev Thinking Skill top
SIFIC SIFIC el Assess
ATIO ATIO WW QA PC Enabling Teaching
N N General Strategy
Strategy
1st Quarter
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Introducti demonstrate be able to… of Social Science 1. clarify the relationships contrast the Diagra cation and Share
on an 1. explain clearly Practitioners. between social sciences relationships m Connectio Devil’s
(Applied understandin public perceptions and applied social between Social n Advocacy
Social g of… about the work of sciences Sciences and Applied
Sciences) social social sciences and Social Sciences.
1.1 sciences and applied social
Definition applied science practitioners
of social social
sciences sciences
1.2
Definition
of applied
social 2. cite differences among K 2. Demonstrate the K Un.
sciences the applied social Understanding of the
sciences differences among
the Applied Social
Sciences.

Counselling
The The learners 1. Demonstrate a 1. Critique the 1. identify the goals and K 1. Explain the Goals K Un. Represent Open
Discipline demonstrate high level of concepts of scope of counselling and Scope of ing Discussion
of an understanding of the counselling. Counselling Backgroun
Counselin understandin basic concepts of 2. demonstrate K 2. appraise the U An. Communi d
g g of… counseling through a comprehension of the principles of Essay cation Knowledge
1.1 Discipline of group presentation principles of counselling. counselling Probe
Counselin Counselling of a situation in
g which practitioners 3. discuss th e core values K 3. critique the core U An.
1.1.1 of counseling work of counselling. values of counselling
Definition together to assist
s individuals, groups,
1.1.2 or communities
Goals involved in difficult
1.1.3 situations (e.g.,
Scope postdisaster, court
1.1.4 Core hearing about
values separation of
1.1.5 celebrity couple,
Principles cyber bullying)
2. professionals 1. Undertake 1. Evaluate the roles, 1. Show understanding of K 1. Critique the roles U An. Represent Field Study
Professio and participant functions, and the roles and functions of and functions of ing Backgroun
nals and practitioners observation (e.g., a competencies of a counsellors. counsellors. Communi d
Practition in counseling day in a life of a counsellor cation Knowledge
ers in counselor) to Probe
Counselin adequately 2. Identify specific work K 2. Explain the K Un. Cooperativ
g document and areas in which counselors specific work areas e learning
2.1 Roles, critique their roles, work in which counsellor’s Essay Cross-
functions, work. learning
and functions, and 3. Identify career K 3. Explain the career K Un.
competen competencies opportunities for opportunities for
cies of counsellors. counsellor
counselor
s 4. value rights, U 4. Construct an essay D Cre
2.2 Areas responsibilities, and on how to value the atin
of accountabilities rights, g
specializa responsibilities, and
tion accountabilities.
where 5. Distinguish between K 5. Demonstrate the K Un.
counselor ethical and unethical understanding of
s work behaviour among between ethical and
2.3 counsellors. unethical behaviour
Career among counsellors
opportuni
ties of
counselor
s
2.4
Rights,
Responsib
ilities,
Accounta
bilities,
and Code
of Ethics

3. clientele and 1. Use acceptable 1. Endorse the


Clientele audiences in research protocols, research on the
and counselling conduct a survey guidance office of
Audience among young adults the school for
s in (i.e., ages 18–21) on another information
Counselin their counselling about the students
g needs who have needed
3.1 present results and assistance.
Character recommendation for
istics and class discussion
needs of
various
types of
clientele
and
audiences
3.1.1
Individual
s
3.1.2
Groups
and
Organizati
ons
4.
Settings,
Processes
,
Methods,
and Tools
in
Counselin
g
4.1
Settings
3.1.1
Governm
ent
3.1.2
Private
Sector
3.1.3 Civil
Society
3.1.4
Schools
3.1.5
Communi
ty
Performance Task: The Teacher will group/divide the class into 2 groups (situation). As a member of your group (role), you were given a tasked to have a role play on the work of Social Sciences
Practitioner by using Video Presentation (Goal). Your finished Video Presentation (Product) may use to explain clearly on your classmates on the works of Social Science Practitioner (Audience).

Literal Transfer Task: Learners should be able to demonstrate the understanding of the process, setting, practitioner, clientele, scope, and roles of the work of Social Science Practitioners.