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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City

LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY


21ST
CENTURY LITERATURE FROM THE PHILIPPINES TO THE WORLD
FIRST SEMESTER
2017 – 2018
Grade and Section: 11 – AF/GAS/ICT
FIRST QUARTER
REFERENCE
DATES OF
TOPICS / CONTENTS LEARNING COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES AND PAGE # / REMARKS
DELIVERY
CODE
A. 21st Century Writing a close analysis and
literature from the critical interpretation of
region where the literary
school is based in texts and doing an
relation to the adaptation of these require
literature of other from the learner DISCUSSION,
regions in various the ability to:
genres and forms in 1. identify the GROUP JUNE 05 TO
EN12Lit-Ia-21
consideration of: geographic, linguistic, ACTIVITY, AND JULY 07, 2017
1. various and ethnic dimensions RECITATION
dimensions of
Philippine of Philippine literary
literary history history from pre-
from pre- colonial to the
colonial to contemporary
contemporary;
2. canonical 2. identify representative texts
authors and and authors from each DISCUSSION,
region (e.g. engage in oral
works of GROUP JULY 10 TO14,
history research with focus on EN12Lit-Ib-22
Philippine key personalities from the ACTIVITY, AND 2017
National Artists students’ region/province/ RECITATION
in Literature; town)
3. names of 3. value the
authors and contributions of local
their works, writers to the
and development of EN12Lit-Ic-23
backgrounds regional literary DISCUSSION,
of the traditions GROUP JULY 10 TO
literature from 4. appreciate the ACTIVITY, AND 14, 2017
the region contributions of the
where the canonical Filipino RECITATION EN12Lit-Ic-24
high school is writers to the
located development of national
literature
B. Study and 5. differentiate/compare
appreciation of and contrast the
literary texts from
the different various 21st century
regions written in literary genres and the
different genres EN12Lit-Id-25
ones from the earlier
covering: DISCUSSION,
1. regions in genres/periods citing
Luzon, their elements, GROUP
JULY 17 TO
Visayas, structures and traditions ACTIVITY, AND
Mindanao 21, 2017
6. infer literary meaning RECITATION
2. major genres from literal language EN12Lit-Id-26
(poetry, fiction,
drama, based on usage
creative 7. analyze the figures of
nonfiction, as speech and other
well as EN12Lit-Ie-27
literary techniques and
hyperpoetry,
blogs, mobile devices in the text
phone 8. explain the literary,
Texttula, biographical, linguistic,
chick lit, and
speculative sociocultural contexts
fiction, flash and DISCUSSION,
fiction, etc.) discuss how they GROUP EN12Lit-Ie-28
enhance the text’s ACTIVITY, AND JULY 24 TO
meaning and enrich RECITATION 28, 2017
the reader’s
understanding
9. situate the text in the
context of the region and EN12Lit-Ie-29
the nation DISCUSSION,
10. explain the GROUP
relationship of ACTIVITY, AND JULY 24 TO EN12Lit-Ie-30
context with the text’s RECITATION 28, 2017
meaning
11. produce a creative
representation of a
literary
text by applying multi-
media skills
11.1 choose an
appropriate
multimedia format EN12Lit-Ie-31.1
in interpreting a
literary
text DISCUSSION,
11.2 apply ICT skills JULY 31 TO
in crafting an GROUP
AUGUST 09, EN12Lit-Ie-31.2
adaptation of a ACTIVITY, AND
2017
literary text RECITATION
11.3 do self- and/or
peer- assessment
EN12Lit-Ie-31.3
of the creative
adaptation
of a literary text,
based on
rationalized criteria,
prior to
presentation
SECOND QUARTER
A. Literary genres, Writing a close analysis
traditions and forms and critical interpretation
from different of literary
national literature texts, applying a reading
and cultures,
namely, Asian, approach, and doing an DISCUSSION,
Anglo-American, adaptation of these, GROUP AUGUST 14
European, Latin require from the learner EN12Lit-IIa-22
American, and ACTIVITY, AND TO 18, 2017
African the ability to: RECITATION
1. identify
representative texts
and authors from
Asia, North America,
Europe, Latin America,
and Africa
B. Basic textual and 2. explain the texts in
contextual reading terms of literary AUGUST 21
elements, EN12Lit-IIb-32
approach in the study TO 25, 2017
genres, and traditions
and appreciation of
3. situate the texts in AUGUST 28
literature the context of the TO
region, EN12Lit-IIc-29
nation, and the world SEPTEMBER
01, 2017
4. appreciate the cultural
SEPTEMBER
and aesthetic diversity
04 TO 08, EN12Lit-IIc-33
of literature of the
2017
world
5. compare and contrast
the various 21st century SEPTEMBER
literary genres and their 11 TO 15, EN12Lit-IId-25
elements, structures, 2017
and traditions from
across the globe
6. distinguish the literary
uses of language from
the non- literary and DISCUSSION,
GROUP SEPTEMBER
understand their use as
well as the formal ACTIVITY, AND 18 TO 22, EN12Lit-IIe-34
features and RECITATION 2017
conventions of
literature
7. identify the figures of
speech and other SEPTEMBER
literary techniques 25 TO 29, EN12Lit-IIe-27
and devices in 2017
the text
8. explain the biographical,
linguistic, and sociocultural
contexts and discuss how OCTOBER 02
they enhance the text’s EN12Lit-IIf-28
TO 06, 2017
meaning and the reader’s
understanding
9. examine the OCTOBER 09 EN12Lit-IIg-35
relationship between TO 13, 2017
text and context
10. understand literary
meanings in context
and EN12Lit-IIh-36
the use of critical reading
strategies
11. produce a creative
representation of a
literary text by applying
multimedia skills
11.1 choose appropriate EN12Lit-IIij-31.1
multimedia form of
interpreting a literary
text
11.2 apply ICT skills in DISCUSSION,
crafting an GROUP OCTOBER 16
adaptation of a EN12Lit-IIij-31.2
ACTIVITY, AND TO 18, 2017
literary text
11.3 do self- and/or RECITATION
peer- assessment of
the
creative
adaptation of a EN12Lit-IIij-31.3
literary text,
based on
rationalized criteria,
prior to presentation

Prepared and Submitted by:

CRIS FREDRICH T. ANDALIZA


Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MARIANITO A. GABORNES HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City

LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY


INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGIONS AND BELIEF SYSTEMS
FIRST SEMESTER
2017 – 2018
Grade and Section: 12 – GAS
FIRST SEMESTER
REFERENCE
DATES OF
TOPICS / CONTENTS LEARNING COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES AND PAGE # / REMARKS
DELIVERY
CODE
1. Definition of Terms 1.1. Give an example of a belief HUMSS_WRB12-
system or a worldview I/IIIa-1.1

Communicate her*
understanding of her religion

* Refers to all genders DISCUSSION,


GROUP JUNE 05 TO HUMSS_WRB12-
1.2. Differentiate religion from:
a. ACTIVITY, 16, 2017 I/IIIa-1.2
Spirituality AND
b. RECITATION
Theology
c. Philosophy of Religion

Differentiate between religion


as humans’ way to God,
theology as a study of God’s
way to humans and
philosophy as a reflection of
humans’ lived experience of
God

1.3. Infer that:


a. A belief system or worldview
is a particular way of
ordering the realities
of one’s world.
b. Religion is the pursuit of
transformation guided by
a sacred
belief system.
c. Spirituality is one’s integrative
view of
life. It involves a quest for
the meaning and ultimate
value of life as opposed to
an instrumentalist or DISCUSSION,
materialistic attitude to life. GROUP JUNE 19 TO HUMSS_WRB12-
ACTIVITY, 23, 2017 I/IIIa-1.3
The elements of religion are: (a) AND
reflects an effort to elevate RECITATION
their whole self to a higher
dimension of existence, (b) a
framework of transcendent
beliefs, (c) text or scriptures,
(d) rituals, and (e) sacred
spaces (e.g., church, temple,
mosque, synagogue).

Understanding the worldview of


each of the world’s major religions
is critical in appreciating their
rituals and practices. These
worldviews are:
All is one (Monistic)
1. Many Gods (Polytheistic)
2. One God (Monotheistic)
3. No God (Atheistic)

The elements of spirituality are:


(a) holistic (fully integrated
view to life), (b) quest for
meaning (including the
purpose of life), (c) quest for
the sacred (beliefs about
God), and (d) suggests a
self-reflective existence.
1.4. Prepare character sketches HUMSS_WRB12-
of a person who is spiritual I/IIIa-1.4
but not religious and a
person who is religious but
not spiritual
2. How World 2.1. Cite regions or places where DISCUSSION,
Religions
Began specific religions evolved GROUP
HUMSS_WRB12-
ACTIVITY,
I/IIIb-2.1
2.2. Analyze the culture of the AND
region that gave rise to specific RECITATION
HUMSS_WRB12-
religions
I/IIIb-2.2
JUNE 26 TO
2.3. Explain how geography 30, 2017
HUMSS_WRB12-
influences religion and religion
I/IIIb-2.3
affects culture
HUMSS_WRB12-
2.4. Conduct a group activity that
I/IIIb-2.4
demonstrates the influence of
a religion in a certain culture
3. Positive and 3.1. Identify the positive and
negative effects of religions HUMSS_WRB12-
Negative
Effect of Religions I/IIIc-3.1
3.2. Provide evidence that
religion brought about an
event in history HUMSS_WRB12-
JULY 03 TO I/IIIc-3.2
3.3. Justify that religion can have
positive or negative effects on 07, 2017
society HUMSS_WRB12-
3.4. Gather print or web-based I/IIIc-3.3
articles, photos, editorials, etc. HUMSS_WRB12-
showing the positive or negative I/IIIc-3.4
effects of religion
4. Judaism JULY 10 TO HUMSS_WRB12-
4.1. Recite the Ten 14, 2017 I/IIId-4.1
Commandments as stated in
the Old Testament (Exodus
20) HUMSS_WRB12-
4.2. Identify a Jewish custom or I/IIId-4.2
tradition demonstrated in a
movie (e.g. Fiddler in the HUMSS_WRB12-
Roof, Ten Commandments,
Ben Hur) I/IIId-4.3
4.3. Justify: The core teaching of
Judaism is the covenant of HUMSS_WRB12-
one God with a chosen DISCUSSION, I/IIId-4.4
people vs. other people with GROUP
many gods.
4.4. Identify a story from the Old ACTIVITY,
Testament that demonstrates AND
the Jewish belief in one God RECITATION
(e.g. Story of Samson)
5. Christianity 5.1. Recite the Apostle’s Creed,
The Lord’s HUMSS_WRB12-
Prayer or the Beatitudes I/IIIe-f-5.1
5.2. Interpret the Parable of the
Prodigal Son
5.3. Explain: The core teaching of HUMSS_WRB12-
Christianity I/IIIe-f-5.2
JULY 17 TO
is the message that a loving God
sent His begotten Son in order 21, 2017
HUMSS_WRB12-
to redeem humankind from
eternal damnation. I/IIIe-f-5.3
5.4. Interview a Christian parent
or couple on why they are HUMSS_WRB12-
Christians and what beliefs I/IIIe-f-5.4
and practices they adhere to
6. Islam 6.1. Read the opening lines of
Qur’an JULY 24 TO HUMSS_WRB12-
preferably from an English
version 27, 2017 I/IIIg-h-6.1

6.2. Retell the life and times of HUMSS_WRB12-


Prophet I/IIIg-h-6.2
Muhammad

6.3. Explain: The core teaching of HUMSS_WRB12-


Islam is there is only one God I/IIIg-h-6.3
and Muhammad is His final JULY 24 TO
and greatest messenger. 28, 2017
6.4. Conduct a panel discussion HUMSS_WRB12-
on Muslim beliefs and DISCUSSION, I/IIIg-h-6.4
practices (when possible GROUP
invite a Muslim) ACTIVITY,
7. Comparative 7.1. Identify the uniqueness and AND
Analysis similarities of
Judaism, Christianity and Islam RECITATION
HUMSS_WRB12-
7.2. Provide evidence that
Judaism, Christianity and I/IIIi-7.1
Islam share common roots
from Patriarch Abraham HUMSS_WRB12-
7.3. Justify that Judaism, I/IIIi-7.2
Christianity and JULY 31 TO
Islam, as monotheistic religions, AUGUST 04,
have largely influenced the HUMSS_WRB12-
2017
world today. I/IIIi-7.3
7.4. Conduct a group research
on the doctrines of each of
the three religions and
compare them in the aspects of HUMSS_WRB12-
origin, I/IIIi-7.4
morality, purpose, destiny, and
views on women
SECOND QUARTER
8. Hinduism 8.1. Recite the creation story in DISCUSSION, HUMSS_WRB12-
Rig Veda GROUP I/IIIj-II/IVa-
ACTIVITY, 8.1
8.2. Identify the names of the
major Hindu deities as well as AND
HUMSS_WRB12-
their corresponding functions RECITATION AUGUST 07 I/IIIj-II/IVa-
or powers TO 11, 2017 8.2
8.3. Explain: The core teaching of
Hinduism is the attainment of HUMSS_WRB12-
liberation in the identification I/IIIj-II/IVa-
of Atman and Brahman 8.3
through the Four Yogas.
AUGUST 07 HUMSS_WRB12-
8.4. Simulate a particular yoga
and write a reflection paper TO 11, 2017 I/IIIj-II/IVa-
on your insights on Hinduism 8.4
9. Theravada 9.1. State the Four Noble Truths
Buddhism and the
Eight-fold path
9.2. Give examples of situations
that demonstrate cravings HUMSS_WRB12-
which may lead to II/IVb-9.1
suffering according to
Theravada Buddhism DISCUSSION,
9.3. Explain: The core teaching of HUMSS_WRB12-
Theravada GROUP II/IVb-9.2
Buddhism is that life is suffering; ACTIVITY, AUGUST 14
suffering is due to craving; AND TO 18, 2017
there is a way to overcome RECITATION HUMSS_WRB12-
craving; and the way to
overcome craving is the II/IVb-9.3
Eight-fold Path, the Middle
Way (between HUMSS_WRB12-
pleasure and mortification). II/IVb-9.4
9.4. Evaluate the Eight-fold Path
in terms of how it achieves
the Middle Way
10. Mahayana 10.1. State the three levels of
Buddhism perfection of Mahayana
Buddhism (moral discipline,
cultivation of virtue, and HUMSS_WRB12-
altruistic conduct) II/IVc-10.1
10.2. Give examples of acts of
generosity of
Mahayana Buddhists
HUMSS_WRB12-
10.3. Explain: The core teaching AUGUST 21 II/IVc-10.2
of Mahayana Buddhism is to
seek complete enlightenment TO 25, 2017
for the benefit of all living
beings through insight and HUMSS_WRB12-
compassion. II/IVc-10.3

10.4. Draw the insight from the


acts of generosity of Tzu Chi
Foundation that reflect the HUMSS_WRB12-
core teaching of Mahayana II/IVc-10.4
Buddhism
11.1. Identify the uniqueness and AUGUST 28 HUMSS_WRB12-
similarities of Hinduism, TO II/IVd-11.1
Theravada Buddhism and SEPTEMBER
Mahayana Buddhism
11. Comparative 11.2. Provide evidence that 01, 2017 HUMSS_WRB12-
Analysis Hinduism, Theravada II/IVd-11.2
Buddhism and Mahayana
Buddhism share common HUMSS_WRB12-
roots from India
11.3. Justify that Hinduism, DISCUSSION, II/IVd-11.3
Theravada GROUP
Buddhism and Mahayana ACTIVITY, HUMSS_WRB12-
Buddhism, as Vedic religions, AND II/IVd-11.4
have largely influenced the RECITATION
world
today.
11.4. Conduct an interview on
the doctrines of each of the
three religions and compare
them
in the aspects of origin, morality,
purpose, destiny, and views
on women
12. Confucianism 12.1. Describe the five basic
relationships HUMSS_WRB12-
(king to subject, father to son,
husband to wife, elder II/IVe-12.1
brother to younger brother
and
friend to friend) HUMSS_WRB12-
12.2. Give examples of acts
showing filial piety in the II/IVe-12.2
family, community and SEPTEMBER
society
12.3. Explain: The core teaching 04 TO 08,
HUMSS_WRB12-
of Confucianism is to be a 2017
II/IVe-12.3
“gentleman” by following the
moral way consisting of the
virtues of love, righteousness,
wisdom, propriety and loyalty
in order to promote harmony
in society.
HUMSS_WRB12-
12.4. Present a character sketch
of a person who personifies II/IVe-12.4
the Confucian virtues
13. Taoism 13.1. State that “Tao is the origin
of all beings whose essence is
nothing” HUMSS_WRB12-
13.2. Give examples of acts II/IVf-g-13.1
showing love and respect of
nature and the environment HUMSS_WRB12-
13.3. Explain: The core teaching SEPTEMBER II/IVf-g-13.2
of Taoism is DISCUSSION, 11 TO 15,
becoming one with ‘Tao.’
13.4. Identify the things she can GROUP 2017 HUMSS_WRB12-
do without by making an ACTIVITY, II/IVf-g-13.3
inventory of personal AND
belongings (e.g. things in the RECITATION HUMSS_WRB12-
bedroom) and write a
reflection on Taoism based on II/IVf-g-13.4
the result of the inventory
14. Shintoism 14.1. Narrate the Kojiki creation
story HUMSS_WRB12-
14.2. Explain why is it important
for Japanese people to II/IVh-14.1
worship gods
14.3. Evaluate: The core HUMSS_WRB12-
teaching of Shintoism is to SEPTEMBER
II/IVh-14.2
worship the ancestors and 18 TO 22,
forces of 2017
nature to achieve harmony in all HUMSS_WRB12-
dimensions. II/IVh-14.3
14.4. Interpret the Kojiki creation
story creatively HUMSS_WRB12-
II/IVh-14.4
15. Comparative 15.1. Identify the uniqueness and HUMSS_WRB12-
Analysis similarities of Confucianism, SEPTEMBER II/IVi-15.1
Taoism and Shintoism
15.2. Provide evidence that 25 TO 29,
Confucianism, Taoism and 2017 HUMSS_WRB12-
Shintoism share common traits II/IVi-15.2
in viewing nature and
ancestors
15.3. Justify that Confucianism,
Taoism and
Shintoism as East Asian
religions/philosophies have
largely influenced the world DISCUSSION, HUMSS_WRB12-
today. GROUP SEPTEMBER II/IVi-15.3
15.4. Prepare a multimedia ACTIVITY, 25 TO 29,
presentation on
the perceptions of people from AND 2017
all walks of life on the RECITATION
doctrines of each of the three
religions HUMSS_WRB12-
and compare them in the
II/IVi-15.4
aspects of individual, family,
society, government and
nature
16. Synthesis Simulate a panel discussion of
inter-religious dialogue that
reflects the following:
a. the meaning and ultimate OCTOBER
value of life HUMSS_WRB12-
b. how one is to relate to one’s 02 TO 20,
II/IVj-16
self, family, 2017
society and nature
c. the way to achieve personal
happiness and fulfilment

Prepared and Submitted by:

CRIS FREDRICH T. ANDALIZA


Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MARIANITO A. GABORNES HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City
LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
FIRST SEMESTER
2017 – 2018
Grade and Section: 12 – STEM
FIRST QUARTER
TOPICS / LEARNING DATES OF REFERENCE AND
ACTIVITIES REMARKS
CONTENTS COMPETENCIES DELIVERY PAGE # / CODE
Introduction 1. Discuss the relevance
1. Relevance of of the course;
the course 2. Explain the key
concepts of common
2. Key concepts competencies; DISCUSSION,
and common 3. Explain the GROUP JUNE 05 TO 09,
competencies core
competencies in ACTIVITY, AND 2017
3. Core
competency in Entrepreneurship; RECITATION
Entrepreneurship and
4. Career 4. Explore job
opportunities opportunities for
Entrepreneurship as a
career.
LESSON 1: DEVELOPING A BUSINESS PLAN (DP)
Development of 1. Recognize a potential
Business Plan market DISCUSSION,
GROUP JUNE 12 TO 16,
The learners…
ACTIVITY, AND 2017
1.1 Identify the market RECITATION CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
problem to be solved 0a-1
or the market need to
be met; and
1.2 Propose solution/s in
terms of product/s
and service/s JUNE 19 TO 23, CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
that will meet the 2017 0a-2
need using
techniques on
seeking, screening,
and
seizing opportunities:
1.2.1 Analyze the
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
market need;
1.2.2 Determine the 0a-3
possible
product/s or JUNE 26 TO 30, CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
service/s that 2017 0a-4
will meet the
need; DISCUSSION,
1.2.3 Screen the GROUP
proposed CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
ACTIVITY, AND
solution/s 0b-c-5
RECITATION
based on
viability,
profitability,
and customer
requirements;
and
1.2.4 Select the
best product JULY 03 TO 07, CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
or service 2017 0d-6
that will meet
the
market need.
1. Market 2. Recognize and
(locality/town) understand the market
2. Key concepts
The learners…
of market JULY 10 TO 14, CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
3. Players in the 2.1 Describe the unique 0d-7
2017
market selling proposition
(competitors) and value
4. Products and proposition that
services available differentiates one’s
in the market product/service from
existing
products/services;
2.2 Determine who the
customers are in
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
terms of:
2.2.1 Target market; 0d-8
2.2.2 Customer JULY 17 TO 21,
requirements; 2017
and
2.2.3 Market size
2.3 Validate customer- CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
related concerns
through: 0d-g-9
2.3.1 Interview;
2.3.2 Focused Group
Discussion (FGD);
and DISCUSSION,
2.3.3 Survey GROUP
ACTIVITY, AND
3. Recognize the RECITATION
importance of marketing
mix in the development
of marketing strategy

The learners…

3.1 Describe the JULY 24 TO 28, CS_EP11/12ENTREP-


Marketing Mix (7Ps) 2017
in relation to the
0h-j-10
business opportunity
vis-à- vis:
3.1.1 Product;
3.1.2 Place;
3.1.3 Price;
3.1.4 Promotion;
3.1.5 People;
3.1.6 Packaging; and
3.1.7 Positioning

3.2 Develop a brand


name

4. Demonstrate
understanding of the 4Ms
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
of operations
0h-j-11
JULY 30 TO
The learners…
AUGUST 04,
4.1 Describe the 4Ms 2017
(Manpower, Method, CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
Machine, Materials) of 0h-j-12
operations in relation to
the business opportunity:
4.1.1 Develop a
product
description;
4.1.2 Create a DISCUSSION,
prototype of
GROUP
the product;
4.1.3 Test the ACTIVITY, AND
product RECITATION
prototype;
4.1.4 Validate the
service
description of
the product with
potential
customers to
determine its
market
acceptability;
4.1.5 Select/pinpoint
potential
suppliers of
raw materials
and other inputs
necessary for the
production of
the product or
service;
4.1.6 Discuss the
value/supply
chain in relation
to the
business
enterprise;
and
4.1.7 Recruit
qualified AUGUST 07 TO
people for DISCUSSION, 11, 2017
one’s GROUP
business ACTIVITY, AND
enterprise.
4.2 Develop the RECITATION
business model;
4.3 Forecast the CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
revenues of 0h-j-13
the business;
4.4 Forecast the costs
to be incurred; CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
4.5 Compute for 0h-j-14
profits; and
4.6 Create the CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
company’s five
0h-j-15
(5) year projected
financial statements.
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
0h-j-16

CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
0h-j-17
SECOND QUARTER
LESSON 2: IMPLEMENTING A SIMPLE BUSINESS (IB)
Business 1. Manifest AUGUST 14 TO CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
Implementation understanding of 18, 2017 0a-i-18
starting and operating a
simple business DISCUSSION, AUGUST 21 TO CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
GROUP 25, 2017 0a-i-19
The learners…
ACTIVITY, AND
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
1.1 Implement the RECITATION AUGUST 28 TO
business plan;
0a-i-20
SEPTEMBER 01
1.2 Operate the business;
1.3 Sell the
2017
product/service to CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
potential customers; SEPTEMBER 04 0a-i-20
1.4 Identify the reasons TO 08, 2017
for keeping business CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
records; 0a-i-20
1.5 Perform key SEPTEMBER 11
bookkeeping tasks; TO 15, 2017
1.6 Interpret financial
statements (balance CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
SEPTEMBER 18 0a-i-20
sheet, income
statement, cash flow DISCUSSION, TO 22, 2017
projections, and GROUP
summary of sales and CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
cash receipts); ACTIVITY, AND SEPTEMBER 25 0a-i-21
1.7 Prepare an RECITATION TO 29, 2017
income statement
and a balance CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
sheet; OCTOBER 02 TO 0a-i-22
1.8 Identify where there is 06, 2017
a profit or loss for a CS_EP11/12ENTREP-
business; OCTOBER 09 – 0-j-23
and
20, 2017
1.9 Generate an overall
report on the activity.

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CRIS FREDRICH T. ANDALIZA


Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MARIANITO A. GABORNES HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City
LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
FIRST SEMESTER
2017 – 2018
Grade and Section: 11 – GAS
FIRST QUARTER
LEARNING DATES OF REFERENCE AND
TOPICS / CONTENTS ACTIVITIES REMARKS
COMPETENCIES DELIVERY PAGE # / CODE
Chapter 1. Nature The learners…
and Concept of
Management 1. discuss the ABM_AOM11-Ia-
meaning and b-1
1. Definition and functions of
functions of management
management ABM_AOM11-Ia-
JUNE 05 TO 16,
2. Evolution of 2. explain the various DISCUSSION, b-2
2017
management theories types of GROUP
3. Functions, roles, management ACTIVITY, AND
and skills theories RECITATION ABM_AOM11-Ia-
of a manager b-3
3. explain the
functions, roles, and
skills of a manager
Chapter 2. The Firm 4. identify various
and its forces/elements of JUNE 19 TO 30, ABM_AOM11-Ic-
Environment the firm’s 2017 d-4
environment
1. Environmental 5. summarize these ABM_AOM11-Ic-
forces and forces using the PEST d-5
environmental and
scanning SWOT analyses
2. The local and
international business 6. describe the local ABM_AOM11-Ic-
environment of the and international d-6
firm business environment
3. Phases of of a firm
economic
development 7. explain the role of ABM_AOM11-Ic-
4. Forms of business business in relation to JUNE 19 TO 30, d-7
organizations the economy 2017

8. discuss the DISCUSSION, ABM_AOM11-Ic-


different phases of GROUP d-8
economic ACTIVITY, AND
development RECITATION

9. differentiate the ABM_AOM11-Ic-


various forms of d-9
business organizations
Chapter 3. Planning
10. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-Ie-
1. Definition and of planning g-
nature of planning 10
2. Types of plans 11. compare and
3. Planning at contrast the different JULY 03 TO 21, ABM_AOM11-Ie-
different levels in the types of plans 2017 g-
firm 11
4. Planning 12. describe planning
techniques and tools at different levels in ABM_AOM11-Ie-
5. Application of the firm g-
planning tools and 12
techniques 13. apply appropriate
6. Decision making planning techniques ABM_AOM11-Ie-
and tools g-
13
14. formulate a
decision from several JULY 03 TO 21, ABM_AOM11-Ie-
alternatives 2017 g-
14
Chapter 4. Organizing 15. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
of organizations 15
1. Nature of
organizations 16. distinguish the ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
2. Types of various types of 16
organization structures organization
3. Organization structures
theories and
application 17. apply JULY 24 TO ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
4. Delegation organization theories AUGUST 04, 2017 17
5. Formal & informal in solving business
organizations cases. DISCUSSION,
GROUP
18. identify the ACTIVITY, AND ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
different elements of RECITATION 18
delegation
ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
19. differentiate 19
formal from informal
organization
SECOND QUARTER
Chapter 5. Staffing 20. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-IIa-
of staffing b-20
1. Definition and
nature of staffing 21. explain the steps AUGUST 07 TO ABM_AOM11-IIa-
2. Recruitment in the recruitment 18, 2017 b-21
3. Selection and selection process
4. Training and
development 22. recognize the
5. different training ABM_AOM11-IIa-
Compensation/wages programs b-22
and performance
evaluation/appraisal 23. identify the policy ABM_AOM11-IIa-
6. Employee relations guidelines on b-23
7. Employee compensation/wages
movements and performance
8. Rewards Systems evaluation/appraisal
DISCUSSION,
24. discuss the GROUP AUGUST 07 TO
importance of ACTIVITY, AND 18, 2017 ABM_AOM11-IIa-
employee relations RECITATION b-24

25. differentiate
various employee ABM_AOM11-IIa-
movements b-25

26. adopt effective


rewards system ABM_AOM11-IIa-
b-26
Chapter 6. Leading 27. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-IIc-
of directing e-27
1. Definition
2. Motivation 28. differentiate ABM_AOM11-IIc-
3. Leadership leading to managing e-28
theories
4. Communication 29. identify the AUGUST 21 TO ABM_AOM11-IIc-
5. Management of different theories of SEPTEMBER 08, e-29
change and diversity motivation 2017
6. Filipino and foreign
Cultures 30. differentiate styles ABM_AOM11-IIc-
of leadership e-30

31. appreciate the ABM_AOM11-IIc-


role of e-31
communication in
directing people
within the
organization

32. explain the AUGUST 21 TO ABM_AOM11-IIc-


management of SEPTEMBER 08, e-32
change and diversity 2017
in the workplace
33. recognize the ABM_AOM11-IIc-
interrelationship of e-33
Filipino from foreign
cultures
Chapter 7. Controlling 34. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-IIf-
of controlling h-34
1. Definition and
nature of 35. describe the link ABM_AOM11-IIf-
management control between planning h-35
2. The link between and controlling
planning and
controlling 36. distinguish control SEPTEMBER 11 ABM_AOM11-IIf-
3. Control methods methods and systems TO 29, 2017 h-36
and systems
4. Application of 37. apply DISCUSSION, ABM_AOM11-IIf-
management control management control GROUP h-37
in accounting and in accounting and ACTIVITY, AND
marketing concepts marketing concepts RECITATION
and and techniques
techniques ABM_AOM11-IIf-
5. Role of budgets in 38. prepare a budget h-38
planning and control plan
Chapter 8. Introduction 39. explain the nature ABM_AOM11-IIi-
to the and role in the firm of OCTOBER 02 TO 39
Different Functional the following functional 06, 2017
Areas of areas of management:
Management
a. Human Resource a. Human Resource
Management Management b.
b. Marketing Marketing
Management c. Management
Operations c. Operations
Management d. Management d. OCTOBER 02 TO
Financial Management Financial Management 06, 2017
e. Information & e. Material and
Communication Procurement
Technology Management
Management f. Office Management
g. Information & DISCUSSION,
Communication GROUP
Technology ACTIVITY, AND
Management
RECITATION
Chapter 9.Special 40. explain how to start ABM_AOM11-IIj-40
Topics in a small-family business.
Management
41. identify the business ABM_AOM11-IIj-41
1. Small Business legal forms and
OCTOBER 09 TO
Management and requirements
20, 2017
Entrepreneurship ABM_AOM11-IIj-42
2. Family Business 42. appreciate the role
Enterprise of small-family business
3. Starting a Business: in an improving
Legal Forms and economic status
Requirements

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CRIS FREDRICH T. ANDALIZA


Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MARIANITO A. GABORNES HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City

LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY


21ST CENTURY LITERATURE FROM THE PHILIPPINES TO THE WORLD
FIRST SEMESTER
2016 – 2017
Grade and Section: 11 – AF/GAS/ICT/STEM
FIRST QUARTER
REFERENCE
DATES OF
TOPICS / CONTENTS LEARNING COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES AND PAGE # / REMARKS
DELIVERY
CODE
A. 21st Century Writing a close analysis and
literature from the critical interpretation of
region where the literary
school is based in texts and doing an
relation to the adaptation of these require
literature of other from the learner DISCUSSION,
regions in various the ability to:
genres and forms in 1. identify the GROUP JUNE 06 TO
EN12Lit-Ia-21
consideration of: geographic, linguistic, ACTIVITY, AND 10, 2016
1. various and ethnic dimensions RECITATION
dimensions of
Philippine of Philippine literary
literary history history from pre-
from pre- colonial to the
colonial to contemporary
contemporary;
2. canonical 2. identify representative texts
authors and and authors from each
region (e.g. engage in oral
works of DISCUSSION,
history research with focus on EN12Lit-Ib-22
Philippine key personalities from the GROUP
National Artists students’ region/province/ ACTIVITY, AND JUNE 13 TO
in Literature; town)
RECITATION 17, 2016
3. names of 3. value the
authors and contributions of local
their works, writers to the
and development of EN12Lit-Ic-23
backgrounds regional literary
of the traditions DISCUSSION,
literature from 4. appreciate the
the region contributions of the GROUP JUNE 20 TO
where the canonical Filipino ACTIVITY, AND 24, 2016 EN12Lit-Ic-24
high school is writers to the RECITATION
located development of national
literature
B. Study and 5. differentiate/compare DISCUSSION, JUNE 27 TO EN12Lit-Id-25
appreciation of and contrast the GROUP JULY 08, 2016
literary texts from
the different various 21st century ACTIVITY, AND
regions written in literary genres and the RECITATION
different genres ones from the earlier
covering: genres/periods citing
1. regions in
Luzon, their elements,
Visayas, structures and traditions
Mindanao 6. infer literary meaning
2. major genres from literal language EN12Lit-Id-26
(poetry, fiction, based on usage
drama,
creative 7. analyze the figures of
nonfiction, as speech and other
well as EN12Lit-Ie-27
literary techniques and
hyperpoetry, devices in the text
blogs, mobile 8. explain the literary,
phone biographical, linguistic,
Texttula, and
chick lit, sociocultural contexts
speculative and
fiction, flash DISCUSSION,
fiction, etc.) discuss how they EN12Lit-Ie-28
GROUP JULY 11 TO
enhance the text’s
ACTIVITY, AND 29, 2016
meaning and enrich
RECITATION
the reader’s
understanding
9. situate the text in the
context of the region and EN12Lit-Ie-29
the nation DISCUSSION,
10. explain the GROUP
relationship of ACTIVITY, AND JULY 11 TO EN12Lit-Ie-30
context with the text’s RECITATION 29, 2016
meaning
11. produce a creative
representation of a
literary
text by applying multi-
media skills
11.1 choose an
appropriate
multimedia format EN12Lit-Ie-31.1
in interpreting a
literary
text DISCUSSION,
11.2 apply ICT skills
in crafting an GROUP AUGUST 01
EN12Lit-Ie-31.2
adaptation of a ACTIVITY, AND TO 19, 2016
literary text RECITATION
11.3 do self- and/or
peer- assessment
EN12Lit-Ie-31.3
of the creative
adaptation
of a literary text,
based on
rationalized criteria,
prior to
presentation
SECOND QUARTER
A. Literary genres, Writing a close analysis
traditions and forms and critical interpretation
from different of literary
national literature texts, applying a reading
and cultures,
namely, Asian, approach, and doing an
Anglo-American, adaptation of these,
European, Latin require from the learner DISCUSSION,
American, and AUGUST 22
African the ability to: GROUP EN12Lit-IIa-22
TO 26, 2016
1. identify ACTIVITY, AND
representative texts RECITATION
and authors from
Asia, North America,
Europe, Latin America,
and Africa
B. Basic textual and 2. explain the texts in AUGUST 29 EN12Lit-IIb-32
contextual reading terms of literary TO
approach in the study elements, SEPTEMBER
and appreciation of genres, and traditions
02, 2016
literature 3. situate the texts in SEPTEMBER
the context of the
region, 05 TO 09, EN12Lit-IIc-29
nation, and the world 2016
4. appreciate the cultural
SEPTEMBER
and aesthetic diversity
12 TO 16, EN12Lit-IIc-33
of literature of the
2016
world
5. compare and contrast
the various 21st century SEPTEMBER
literary genres and their 19 TO 23, EN12Lit-IId-25
elements, structures, 2016
and traditions from
across the globe
6. distinguish the literary
uses of language from
the non- literary and SEPTEMBER
understand their use as
well as the formal DISCUSSION, 26 TO 30, EN12Lit-IIe-34
features and GROUP 2016
conventions of ACTIVITY, AND
literature RECITATION
7. identify the figures of
speech and other OCTOBER 03
literary techniques EN12Lit-IIe-27
and devices in TO 07, 2016
the text
8. explain the biographical,
linguistic, and sociocultural
contexts and discuss how OCTOBER 10
they enhance the text’s EN12Lit-IIf-28
TO 14, 2016
meaning and the reader’s
understanding
9. examine the
relationship between EN12Lit-IIg-35
text and context OCTOBER 17
10. understand literary TO 21, 2016
meanings in context EN12Lit-IIh-36
and
the use of critical reading
strategies
11. produce a creative
representation of a
literary text by applying
multimedia skills
11.1 choose appropriate EN12Lit-IIij-31.1
multimedia form of
interpreting a literary
text
11.2 apply ICT skills in DISCUSSION,
crafting an GROUP OCTOBER 24
adaptation of a EN12Lit-IIij-31.2
ACTIVITY, AND TO 28, 2016
literary text
11.3 do self- and/or RECITATION
peer- assessment of
the
creative
adaptation of a EN12Lit-IIij-31.3
literary text,
based on
rationalized criteria,
prior to presentation

Prepared and Submitted by:

CRIS FREDRICH T. ANDALIZA


Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MELITA A. BASADA HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City
LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY
CREATIVE WRITING
FIRST SEMESTER
2016 – 2017
Grade and Section: 11 – GAS
FIRST QUARTER
LEARNING DATES OF REFERENCE AND PAGE
TOPICS / CONTENTS ACTIVITIES REMARKS
COMPETENCIES DELIVERY # / CODE
1. Creative Writing The learners…
1.1. Imaginative 1. differentiate HUMSS_CW/MP11/12-
writing vs. technical / imaginative writing Ia-b-1
academic / other from among other
forms of writing forms of writing
1.2. Sensory
experience 2. cull creative ideas HUMSS_CW/MP11/12-
1.3. Language from experiences Ia-b-2
a. Imagery DISCUSSION,
b. Figures of 3. utilize language to GROUP HUMSS_CW/MP11/12-
speech evoke emotional and ACTIVITY, AND JUNE 06 TO Ia-b-3
c. Diction intellectual responses RECITATION 17, 2016
1.4. Sample works of from readers
well-known local and
foreign writers 4. use imagery, HUMSS_CW/MP11/12-
diction, figures of Ia-b-4
speech, and specific
experiences
5. read closely as
writers with a HUMSS_CW/MP11/12-
consciousness of Ia-b-5
craft
2. Reading and 1. identify the various HUMSS_CW/MP11/12c-
Writing Poetry* elements, JUNE 20 TO f- 6
2.1. Elements of the techniques, and JULY 08, 2016
genre literary devices in
a. Essential poetry
elements HUMSS_CW/MP11/12c-
a.1. Theme 2. determine specific f- 7
a.2. Tone forms and
b. Elements for conventions of
specific forms poetry HUMSS_CW/MP11/12c-
b.1. Conventional f- 8
forms (exemplar: short 3. use selected
Tagalog poems like elements of poetry in
tanaga and diona; short exercises DISCUSSION, HUMSS_CW/MP11/12c-
haiku; GROUP f- 9
sonnet) 4. explore innovative ACTIVITY, AND
-rhyme and meter techniques in writing RECITATION
-metaphor poetry
b.2. Free verse HUMSS_CW/MP11/12c-
-the line and line break f- 10
-enjambments 5. write a short poem
-metaphor applying the various
c. Other elements,
experimental texts techniques, and
c.1. typography literary devices
c.2. genre-crossing
texts (e.g. prose poem,
performance poetry,
etc.)
d. Tone
2.3. Techniques and
literary devices
(modelling from well-
known local and
foreign poets)
3. Reading and 1. identify the various
Writing Fiction* elements, JULY 11 TO HUMSS_CW/MPIg-i-11
3.1. Elements of the techniques, and AUGUST 19,
genre literary devices in 2016
a. Character fiction
b. Point of View
b.1. 1st-person POV 2. determine various HUMSS_CW/MPIg-i-12
(major, minor, or modes of fiction
bystander
b.2. 2nd-person POV 3. write journal HUMSS_CW/MPIg-i-13
b.3. 3rd-person POV entries and other
(objective, limited short exercises
omniscient, omniscient) exploring key
c. Plot elements of fiction DISCUSSION,
c.1. linear GROUP
c.2. 4. write a short scene ACTIVITY, AND HUMSS_CW/MPIg-i-14
modular/episodi applying the various RECITATION
c elements,
c.3. traditional parts: techniques, and
exposition, rising literary devices
action, climax, falling
action,
resolution/denouement
d. Setting and
atmosphere
d.1. time and place
d.2. cultural,
sociological, political,
religious, etc. milieu
d.3. sensibilities that
lead to specific modes
e. Conflict
f. Irony
f.1. verbal
f.2. situational
f.3. dramatic
g. Theme
f.1. moral/lesson
f.2. dramatic
premise
f.3. insight DISCUSSION,
3.2. Techniques and GROUP
literary devices ACTIVITY, AND
a. Mood/tone RECITATION
b. Foreshadowing
c. Symbolism and
motif
3.3. Modelling from
well-known local and
foreign short story
writers in a range of
modes
SECOND QUARTER
4. Reading and 1. identify the various
Writing Drama (one- elements, techniques, HUMSS_CW/MPIj-IIc-15
act)* Elements of the and literary devices in
genre drama HUMSS_CW/MPIj-IIc-16
2. understand
a. Character
intertextuality as a
b. Setting HUMSS_CW/MPIj-IIc-17
technique of drama
c. Plot 3. conceptualize a
d. Dialogue character/setting/plot HUMSS_CW/MPIjc-18
4.1. Techniques and for a one- act play
literary devices 4. explore different DISCUSSION, HUMSS_CW/MPIj-IIc-19
AUGUST 22 TO
a. Intertextuality staging modalities vis- GROUP
SEPTEMBER 09,
b. à-vis envisioning the ACTIVITY, AND HUMSS_CW/MPIj-IIc-20
script 2016
Conceptualizatio RECITATION
n of modality 5. write short exercises
4.2. Modelling from involving character,
dialogue, plot, and
well-known local and
other elements of
foreign playwrights
drama
6. write at least one
scene for one-act play
applying the various
elements, techniques,
and literary devices
5. The creative work in 1. situate the creative SEPTEMBER 12
literary and /or work in literary and /or TO OCTOBER HUMSS_CW/MPIIc-f-21
sociopolitical context sociopolitical context 07, 2016
2. demonstrate HUMSS_CW/MPIIc-f-22
awareness of and
sensitivity to the HUMSS_CW/MPIIc-f-23
different orientations of
creative writing
3. write a craft essay
6. Final output** 1. create a group blog
for poetry and/or fiction HUMSS_CW/MPIIg-j-24
applying ICT skills/any DISCUSSION,
appropriate multimedia GROUP
forms HUMSS_CW/MPIIg-j-25
ACTIVITY, AND
2. explore various modes
RECITATION
of publishing media for
OCTOBER 10 HUMSS_CW/MPIIg-j-26
manuscripts
3. understand the TO 21, 2016
possibilities of intertextual
HUMSS_CW/MPIIg-j-27
forms
4. write a suite of poems,
a full/completed short
story or a script for a one-
act play
Prepared and Submitted by:

CRIS FREDRICH T. ANDALIZA


Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MELITA A. BASADA HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City
LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
SECOND SEMESTER
2016 – 2017
Grade and Section: 11 – GAS
THIRD QUARTER
LEARNING DATES OF REFERENCE AND
TOPICS / CONTENTS ACTIVITIES REMARKS
COMPETENCIES DELIVERY PAGE # / CODE
Chapter 1. Nature The learners…
and Concept of
Management 1. discuss the ABM_AOM11-Ia-
meaning and b-1
1. Definition and functions of
functions of management
management ABM_AOM11-Ia-
NOVEMBER 02
2. Evolution of 2. explain the various DISCUSSION, b-2
TO 18, 2016
management theories types of GROUP
3. Functions, roles, management ACTIVITY, AND
and skills theories RECITATION ABM_AOM11-Ia-
of a manager b-3
3. explain the
functions, roles, and
skills of a manager
Chapter 2. The Firm 4. identify various
and its forces/elements of NOVEMBER 21 ABM_AOM11-Ic-
Environment the firm’s TO DECEMBER d-4
environment 02, 2016
1. Environmental 5. summarize these ABM_AOM11-Ic-
forces and forces using the PEST d-5
environmental and
scanning SWOT analyses
2. The local and
international business 6. describe the local ABM_AOM11-Ic-
environment of the and international d-6
firm business environment
3. Phases of of a firm
economic
development 7. explain the role of ABM_AOM11-Ic-
4. Forms of business business in relation to d-7
organizations the economy NOVEMBER 21
TO DECEMBER
8. discuss the DISCUSSION, 02, 2016 ABM_AOM11-Ic-
different phases of GROUP d-8
economic ACTIVITY, AND
development RECITATION

9. differentiate the ABM_AOM11-Ic-


various forms of d-9
business organizations
Chapter 3. Planning
10. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-Ie-
1. Definition and of planning g-
nature of planning 10
2. Types of plans 11. compare and
3. Planning at contrast the different ABM_AOM11-Ie-
DECEMBER O5
different levels in the types of plans g-
TO 23, 2016
firm 11
4. Planning 12. describe planning
techniques and tools at different levels in ABM_AOM11-Ie-
5. Application of the firm g-
planning tools and 12
techniques 13. apply appropriate
6. Decision making planning techniques ABM_AOM11-Ie-
and tools g-
13
14. formulate a
decision from several ABM_AOM11-Ie-
DECEMBER O5
alternatives g-
TO 23, 2016
14
Chapter 4. Organizing 15. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
of organizations 15
1. Nature of
organizations 16. distinguish the ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
2. Types of various types of 16
organization structures organization
3. Organization structures
theories and
application 17. apply JANUARY 02 TO ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
4. Delegation organization theories 20, 2017 17
5. Formal & informal in solving business
organizations cases. DISCUSSION,
GROUP
18. identify the ACTIVITY, AND ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
different elements of RECITATION 18
delegation
ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-
19. differentiate 19
formal from informal
organization
FOURTH QUARTER
Chapter 5. Staffing 20. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-IIa-
of staffing b-20
1. Definition and JANUARY 23 TO
nature of staffing 21. explain the steps FEBRUARY 03, ABM_AOM11-IIa-
2. Recruitment in the recruitment 2017 b-21
3. Selection and selection process
4. Training and
development 22. recognize the
5. different training ABM_AOM11-IIa-
Compensation/wages programs b-22
and performance
evaluation/appraisal 23. identify the policy ABM_AOM11-IIa-
6. Employee relations guidelines on b-23
7. Employee compensation/wages
movements and performance
8. Rewards Systems evaluation/appraisal
DISCUSSION,
24. discuss the GROUP JANUARY 23 TO
importance of ACTIVITY, AND FEBRUARY 03, ABM_AOM11-IIa-
employee relations RECITATION 2017 b-24

25. differentiate
various employee ABM_AOM11-IIa-
movements b-25

26. adopt effective


rewards system ABM_AOM11-IIa-
b-26
Chapter 6. Leading 27. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-IIc-
of directing e-27
1. Definition
2. Motivation 28. differentiate ABM_AOM11-IIc-
3. Leadership leading to managing e-28
theories
4. Communication 29. identify the FEBRUARY 06 TO ABM_AOM11-IIc-
5. Management of different theories of 24, 2017 e-29
change and diversity motivation
6. Filipino and foreign
Cultures 30. differentiate styles ABM_AOM11-IIc-
of leadership e-30

31. appreciate the ABM_AOM11-IIc-


role of e-31
communication in
directing people
within the
organization
FEBRUARY 06 TO
32. explain the 24, 2017 ABM_AOM11-IIc-
management of e-32
change and diversity
in the workplace
33. recognize the ABM_AOM11-IIc-
interrelationship of e-33
Filipino from foreign
cultures
Chapter 7. Controlling 34. discuss the nature ABM_AOM11-IIf-
of controlling h-34
1. Definition and
nature of 35. describe the link ABM_AOM11-IIf-
management control between planning h-35
2. The link between and controlling
planning and
controlling 36. distinguish control FEBRUARY 27 TO ABM_AOM11-IIf-
3. Control methods methods and systems MARCH 17, 2017 h-36
and systems
4. Application of 37. apply DISCUSSION, ABM_AOM11-IIf-
management control management control GROUP h-37
in accounting and in accounting and ACTIVITY, AND
marketing concepts marketing concepts RECITATION
and and techniques
techniques ABM_AOM11-IIf-
5. Role of budgets in 38. prepare a budget h-38
planning and control plan
Chapter 8. Introduction 39. explain the nature ABM_AOM11-IIi-
to the and role in the firm of MARCH 20 TO 39
Different Functional the following functional 24, 2017
Areas of areas of management:
Management
a. Human Resource a. Human Resource
Management Management b.
b. Marketing Marketing
Management c. Management
Operations c. Operations
Management d. Management d. MARCH 20 TO
Financial Management Financial Management 24, 2017
e. Information & e. Material and
Communication Procurement
Technology Management
Management f. Office Management
g. Information & DISCUSSION,
Communication GROUP
Technology ACTIVITY, AND
Management
RECITATION
Chapter 9.Special 40. explain how to start ABM_AOM11-IIj-40
Topics in a small-family business.
Management
41. identify the business ABM_AOM11-IIj-41
1. Small Business legal forms and
MARCH 27 TO
Management and requirements
APRIL 07, 2017
Entrepreneurship ABM_AOM11-IIj-42
2. Family Business 42. appreciate the role
Enterprise of small-family business
3. Starting a Business: in an improving
Legal Forms and economic status
Requirements

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Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

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SHS Department Head School Head
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City

LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY


CONTEMPORARY PHILIPPINE ARTS FROM THE REGIONS
SECOND SEMESTER
2016 – 2017
Grade and Section: 11 – AF/GAS/ICT/STEM
THIRD QUARTER
LEARNING DATES OF REFERENCE AND
TOPICS / CONTENTS ACTIVITIES REMARKS
COMPETENCIES DELIVERY PAGE # / CODE
A. INTEGRATIVE ART The learner:
AS APPLIED TO
CONTEMPORARY ART 1. Identifies CAR11/12IAC-0a-
1. Combination of various 1
Different Art forms as contemporary art
seen in Modern times forms and their
NOVEMBER 02 TO
practices from the
18, 2016
various regions
DISCUSSION,
2. Classifies GROUP ACTIVITY, CAR11/12IAC-0b-
various art forms AND RECITATION 2
found in the
Philippines
B. CONTEMPORARY 3. Defines NOVEMBER 21 TO CAR11/12CAP-
ARTS IN THE contemporary DECEMBER 23, 0b-3
PHILIPPINES arts in the 2016
Philippines

Significant 4. Researches on CAR11/12CAP-0c


Contemporary artists various -e-4
from the regions contemporary art
(emphasizing the forms CAR11/12CAP-0c
region where the -e-5
school is based) 5. Explains
Filipino artists’
1. National Artists roles and identify
a. Music b. Dance their contribution NOVEMBER 21 TO CAR11/12CAP-0c
c. Theater to contemporary DECEMBER 23, -e-6
d. Visual Arts e. arts 2016
Literature
f. Film and Broadcast 6. Evaluates CAR11/12CAP-0c
Arts g. Architecture, contemporary art DISCUSSION, -e-7
Design and forms based on GROUP ACTIVITY,
Allied Arts the elements and AND RECITATION
principles CAR11/12CAP-0c
2. -e-8
GawadsaManlilikhang 7. Compares
Bayan a. Folk forms of arts from CAR11/12CAP-0c
architecture the different -e-9
b. Maritime transport regions
c. Weaving JANUARY 02 TO
d. Carving 8. Interprets and 20, 2017
e. Performing arts f. relates the
Literature significance of
g. Graphic and arts forms from
plastic arts the regions
h. Ornament
i. Textile or fiber art j. 9. Promotes arts
Pottery from the regions
FOURTH QUARTER
C. DIFFERENT 10. Researches on JANUARY 23 TO
CONTEMPORARY ART techniques and DISCUSSION, FEBRUARY 17,
TECHNIQUES AND performance GROUP ACTIVITY, 2017 CAR11/12TPP-0c -
PERFORMANCE practices AND RECITATION e-10
PRACTICES applied to
contemporary
1. Local materials arts
used as applied to
contemporary art 11. Identifies local
2. Traditional materials used in CAR11/12TPP-0c -
techniques applied to creating art e-11
contemporary JANUARY 23 TO
creation 12. Critiques FEBRUARY 17,
available 2017
materials and CAR11/12TPP-0c -
appropriate e-12
techniques
FEBRUARY 20 TO
13. Justifies the MARCH 10, 2017
use of materials CAR11/12TPP-0c -
and the e-13
application of DISCUSSION,
techniques GROUP ACTIVITY,
D. CONTEMPORARY 14. AND RECITATION CAR11/12AP-0f -
ARTS PRODUCTION Conceptualizes h-14
contemporary art
1. Acquired skills based on
enhancement techniques
2. Concept of and performance
integrated arts practices in their
production locality.
3. Production
planning 15. Applies artistic CAR11/12AP-0f -
skills and h-15
MARCH 13 TO 31,
techniques in the
2017
process of
creation

16. Incorporates CAR11/12AP-0f -


contemporary h-16
characteristics to
one’s
creation with
attention to detail

17. Creates the CAR11/12AP-0f -


intended final DISCUSSION, h-17
product using GROUP ACTIVITY,
APRIL 03 TO 07,
appropriate AND RECITATION
2017
materials for the
best possible
output
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Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MELITA A. BASADA HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City

LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY


EMPOWERMENT TECHNOLOGIES
SECOND SEMESTER
2016 – 2017
Grade and Section: 11 – STEM
THIRD QUARTER
TOPICS / LEARNING DATES OF REFERENCE AND
ACTIVITIES REMARKS
CONTENTS COMPETENCIES DELIVERY PAGE # / CODE
WEEKS 1–2 The learners: CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
Information and 1. compare and Ia-b-1
Communication contrast the
Technology nuances of varied
covering the online platforms,
topics of: sites, and content
1. The current to best achieve
state of ICT specific class DISCUSSION,
technologies (i.e., objectives or GROUP ACTIVITY, NOVEMBER 02 TO
Web 2.0, 3.0, address situational AND RECITATION 18, 2016
convergent challenges
technologies,
social, mobile,
and assistive
media)
2. Online systems,
functions, and
platforms
Online safety, 2. apply online CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
security, ethics, safety, security, Ia-b-2
and etiquette ethics, and
etiquette
standards and NOVEMBER 02 TO
practice in the use 18, 2016
of ICTs as it would
relate to their
specific
professional tracks
Contextualized 3. use the Internet CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
NOVEMBER 02 TO
online search and as a tool for Ia-b-3
18, 2016
research skills credible research
and information
gathering to best DISCUSSION,
achieve specific GROUP ACTIVITY,
class objectives or AND RECITATION
address situational
challenges
WEEKS 3–4 The learners: CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
Applied 4. uses common Ic-d-4
productivity tools productivity tools
with advanced effectively by
application maximizing
techniques advanced
These advanced application
tools and techniques.
techniques
currently include, 5. creates an
but are not limited original or
to: derivative ICT CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
1. Mail merge and content to Ic-d-5
NOVEMBER 21 TO
label generation effectively
DECEMBER 02,
2. Custom communicate or
2016
animations and present data or
timing information
3. Hyperlinking in related to specific
presentations professional
4. Integrating tracks.
images and
external material
in word processors
5. Embedded files
and data
6. Advanced and
complex formulas
and computations
WEEKS 5–6 6. evaluate DECEMBER 05 TO CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
Imaging and existing websites DISCUSSION, 23, 2016 Ie-f-6
Design For the and online GROUP ACTIVITY,
Online resources based AND RECITATION
Environment on the principles
covering the of layout, graphic, CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
topics of and visual Ie-f-7
1. Basic principles message design.
of graphics and
layout 7. use image
2. Principles of manipulation CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
visual message techniques on Ie-f-8
design using existing images to
infographics change or
3. Online file enhance their
formats for images current state to
and text communicate a
4. Principles and message for a
basic techniques specific purpose
of image
manipulation 8. create an
5. Basic image original or
manipulation derivative ICT
using offline or content to
open-source effectively
software communicate a
6. Combining text, visual message in
graphics, and an online
images environment
7. Uploading, related to specific
sharing, and professional tracks
image hosting
platforms
Usable platforms/
applications
currently include
but are not limited
to: DISCUSSION,
1. Google Sketch GROUP ACTIVITY,
Up (freeware) AND RECITATION
2. GIMP (open
source/ freeware)
WEEKS 7–8 9. evaluate CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
Online platforms existing online Ig-h-9
as tools for ICT creation tools,
content platforms and
development applications in CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
covering the developing ICT Ig-h-10
topics of: content for
1. The nature and specific
purposes of online professional tracks CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
platforms and Ig-h-11
applications 10. apply web
2. Basic web design principles
design principles and elements
and elements using online
3. Web page creation tools,
design using platforms, and JANUARY 02 TO
templates and applications to 13, 2017
online WYSIWYG communicate a
platforms message for a
These online specific purpose in
platforms currently specific
include, but are professional tracks
not limited to:
1. Presentation/ 11. create an
visualization (Prezi, original or
Soho, Slideshare, derivative ICT
mindmeister) content using
2. Cloud online creation
computing tools, platforms,
(Google Drive, and applications
Evernote,Dropbox) to effectively
3. Social Media communicate
(Twitter, messages related DISCUSSION,
Facebook, Tumblr) to specific GROUP ACTIVITY,
4. Web Page professional tracks AND RECITATION
Creation (Wix,
Weebly)
5. File
Management
(zamzar,
word2pdf)
6. Mapping
(Google Maps,
Wikimapia
WEEKS 9–10 12. evaluate the CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
Collaborative quality, value, and Ii-j-12
development of appropriateness
ICT content of peer’s existing
covering the or previously CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
topics of: developed ICT Ii-j-13
1. Team structure content in relation
and dynamics for to the theme or
ICT content intended
2. Online audience/ viewer
collaborative tools of an ICT project
and processes JANUARY 16 TO
3. Project 13. share and 27, 2017
management for showcase existing
ICT content or previously
4. Curating developed
existing content material in the
for use on the web form of a
Online collaboratively
collaborative tools designed
that may be used newsletter or blog
currently include, site intended for a
but are not limited specific audience
to: or viewer DISCUSSION,
1. Google Docs/ GROUP ACTIVITY,
MS Office 365 AND RECITATION
2. Prezi
3. Google Chat/
Hangouts
4. Skype/ Viber/
Kakao Talk/
WeChat/ Line
Platforms that may
be currently used
to host newsletters
and similar ICT
content include
but are not limited
to:
1. Presentation/
visualization (Prezi,
Soho, Slideshare,
Mindmeister)
2. Cloud
computing
(Google Apps)
3. Social Media
(Facebook Pages,
Tumblr)
4. Web Page
Creation (Wix,
Weebly) DISCUSSION,
5. Blog sites GROUP ACTIVITY,
(Blogger, AND RECITATION
Wordpress,
Livejournal, Issuu)
FOURTH QUARTER
WEEK 11 The learners: CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
JANUARY 30 TO
Multimedia and 14. explore the IIk-14
FEBRUARY 03, 2017
ICTs covering the principles of
topics of: interactivity and
1. Rich content in rich content in the
the online context of Web
environment and 2.0 and the
the user participation of
experience the user in the DISCUSSION,
2. multimedia and online experience GROUP ACTIVITY,
interactivity AND RECITATION
3. Web 2.0, Web
3.0, and user
participation in
the web
Types of rich and
multimedia
content currently
include but
are not limited to:
1. Video and
audio, embedded
and on-demand
2. Online games,
tests,and
courseware
3. Web-, game-,
pod-, and vod-
casting
WEEK 12 15. share CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
ICTs as platform for anecdotes of how IIl-15
change covering he/she has used
the topics of: ICTs to be part of
1. ICT as medium a social FEBRUARY 06 TO
for advocacy and movement, 10 2017
developmental change, or cause
communication to illustrate DISCUSSION,
2. The social aspects of digital GROUP ACTIVITY,
power of social citizenship AND RECITATION
media
3. Digital
citizenship and the
Filipino people
Samples of this
phenomenon
include but are
not limited to:
1. EDSA and
Cardinal Sin’s call
to action via radio
broadcast
2. EDSA Dos and
the use of text
messaging to
mobilize people
3. Million People
March against
Pork barrel via
Facebook
4. Disaster relief
operations and
mobilization via
Internet and text
brigades
WEEKS 13–16 16. identify a local CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
Developing an ICT or regional cause IIm-p16
Project for Social or issue for Social
Change covering Change related
the topics of: to specific
FEBRUARY 13 TO
1. Planning and professional tracks DISCUSSION,
MARCH 10, 2017
conceptualizing that can be GROUP ACTIVITY,
an ICT Project for addressed or AND RECITATION CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
Social Change tackled using an IIm-p17
2. Research for ICT ICT Project for
Projects, Audience Social Change
profiling, 17. analyze how
(demographics target or intended
and users and
psychographics) audiences are
3. Designing and expected to
copywriting for ICT respond to the
Projects proposed ICT
4. Developing and Project for Social
constructing the Change on the
ICT project basis of content,
Samples of these value, and user
advocacies or experience
projects include 18. integrate rich
but are not limited multimedia
to: content in design
1. Antidrug and development
campaigns to best enhance CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
2. Youth election the user IIm-p18
volunteer experience and
mobilization deliver content of
3. Animal welfare an ICT Project for
and rights Social Change
4. Environmental 19. develop a CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
conservation and working prototype IIm-p19
action of an ICT Project
5. Contemporary for Social Change
ICT issues such as
cyber bullying,
copyright
infringement, DISCUSSION,
green technology, GROUP ACTIVITY,
and Internet AND RECITATION
addiction
Weeks 17–18 20. demonstrate CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
MARCH 13 TO 24,
Publishing an ICT how online ICT IIq-r20
2017
Project covering Projects for Social
the topics of: Change are
1. Uploading and uploaded, CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
website managed, and IIq-r21
management promoted for
2. Promotion, maximum
traction and traffic audience impact
monitoring
3. Evaluation 21. generate a
through user technical report
feedback/ interpreting data
interaction analytics, e.g.
Google,
Facebook, or
similar traffic data
on the general
aspects of search
visibility, reach,
and virality
WEEK 19 22. generate a
Sustaining an ICT report on the
Project for Social performance of
Change covering their ICT Project for
the topics of: Social Change on
1. Updating content the basis of data
and maintaining gathered from
traffic to an ICT available MARCH 27 TO 31, CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
Project for Social monitoring tools 2017 IIs-22
Change and evaluating DISCUSSION,
2. Monitoring social techniques GROUP ACTIVITY,
impact of AND RECITATION
advocacies
communicated via
an ICT Project for
Social Change
WEEK 20 23. create a
Reflecting on the reflexive piece or APRIL 03 TO 07, CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-
ICT learning process output using an ICT 2017 IIt-23
covering the topics tool, platform, or
of: application of
ICT, the self, and choice on the
society learning experience
undergone during
the semester

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Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MELITA A. BASADA HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City

LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY


CONTEMPORARY PHILIPPINE ARTS FROM THE REGIONS
SECOND SEMESTER
2017 – 2018
Grade and Section: 11 – AF/GAS/ICT/STEM
THIRD QUARTER
LEARNING DATES OF REFERENCE AND
TOPICS / CONTENTS ACTIVITIES REMARKS
COMPETENCIES DELIVERY PAGE # / CODE
A. INTEGRATIVE ART The learner:
AS APPLIED TO
NOVEMBER 02 TO
CONTEMPORARY ART 1. Identifies CAR11/12IAC-0a-
17, 2017
1. Combination of various 1
Different Art forms as contemporary art
seen in Modern times forms and their
practices from the
various regions
DISCUSSION,
2. Classifies GROUP ACTIVITY, CAR11/12IAC-0b-
various art forms AND RECITATION 2
found in the
Philippines
B. CONTEMPORARY 3. Defines NOVEMBER 20 TO CAR11/12CAP-
ARTS IN THE contemporary DECEMBER 22, 0b-3
PHILIPPINES arts in the 2017
Philippines

Significant 4. Researches on CAR11/12CAP-0c


Contemporary artists various -e-4
from the regions contemporary art
(emphasizing the forms CAR11/12CAP-0c
region where the -e-5
school is based) 5. Explains
Filipino artists’
1. National Artists roles and identify
a. Music b. Dance their contribution NOVEMBER 20 TO CAR11/12CAP-0c
c. Theater to contemporary DECEMBER 22, -e-6
d. Visual Arts e. arts 2017
Literature
f. Film and Broadcast 6. Evaluates CAR11/12CAP-0c
Arts g. Architecture, contemporary art DISCUSSION, -e-7
Design and forms based on GROUP ACTIVITY,
Allied Arts the elements and AND RECITATION
principles CAR11/12CAP-0c
2. -e-8
GawadsaManlilikhang 7. Compares
Bayan a. Folk forms of arts from CAR11/12CAP-0c
architecture the different -e-9
b. Maritime transport regions
c. Weaving JANUARY 02 TO
d. Carving 8. Interprets and 19, 2018
e. Performing arts f. relates the
Literature significance of
g. Graphic and arts forms from
plastic arts the regions
h. Ornament
i. Textile or fiber art j. 9. Promotes arts
Pottery from the regions
FOURTH QUARTER
C. DIFFERENT 10. Researches on
CONTEMPORARY ART techniques and DISCUSSION,
TECHNIQUES AND performance GROUP ACTIVITY, JANUARY 22 TO CAR11/12TPP-0c -
PERFORMANCE practices AND RECITATION FEBRUARY 16, e-10
PRACTICES applied to 2018
contemporary
1. Local materials arts
used as applied to
contemporary art 11. Identifies local
2. Traditional materials used in CAR11/12TPP-0c -
techniques applied to creating art e-11
contemporary
creation 12. Critiques
available JANUARY 22 TO
materials and FEBRUARY 16, CAR11/12TPP-0c -
appropriate 2018 e-12
techniques

13. Justifies the


use of materials FEBRUARY 19 TO CAR11/12TPP-0c -
and the MARCH 09, 2018 e-13
application of DISCUSSION,
techniques GROUP ACTIVITY,
D. CONTEMPORARY 14. AND RECITATION CAR11/12AP-0f -
ARTS PRODUCTION Conceptualizes h-14
contemporary art
1. Acquired skills based on
enhancement techniques
2. Concept of and performance
integrated arts practices in their
production locality.
3. Production MARCH 12 TO 30,
planning 15. Applies artistic 2018 CAR11/12AP-0f -
skills and h-15
techniques in the
process of
creation

16. Incorporates CAR11/12AP-0f -


contemporary h-16
characteristics to
one’s
creation with
attention to detail

17. Creates the APRIL 02 TO 06, CAR11/12AP-0f -


intended final DISCUSSION, 2018 h-17
product using GROUP ACTIVITY,
appropriate AND RECITATION
materials for the
best possible
output

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CRIS FREDRICH T. ANDALIZA


Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MARIANITO A. GABORNES HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region VIII
BORONGAN CITY DIVISION
STA. FE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Sta. Fe, Borongan City

LEARNING COMPETENCY DIRECTORY


APPLIED ECONOMICS
SECOND SEMESTER
2017 – 2018
Grade and Section: 12 – GAS
THIRD QUARTER
LEARNING DATES OF REFERENCE AND
TOPICS / CONTENTS ACTIVITIES REMARKS
COMPETENCIES DELIVERY PAGE # / CODE
Chapter 1
Introduction to Applied
Economics The learners…
1. define basic ABM_AE12-Ia-d-
1.1 Revisiting Economics terms in applied 1
as a social science economics
1.2 Economics as an
applied science
1.3 Basic economic 2. identify the DISCUSSION, NOVEMBER 02 ABM_AE12-Ia-d-
problems and the basic economic GROUP TO DECEMBER 2
Philippine
socioeconomic problems of the ACTIVITY, AND 01, 2017
development country RECITATION
in the 21st
century ABM_AE12-Ia-d-
3. explain how 3
applied
economics can
be used to solve
economic
problems
Chapter 2 1. explain the law
Applied Economics: of supply and
demand, and how ABM_AE12-Ie-h-
2.1 Application of equilibrium price 4
Supply and Demand and quantity are
a. Prices of determined
basic
commodities 2. discuss and
b. Labor supply, explain factors ABM_AE12-Ie-h-
population growth, affecting demand 5
and wages and supply
c. Labor migration and
the Overseas 3. compare the
Filipino Worker prices of ABM_AE12-Ie-h-
(OFW) commodities and 6
phenomenon analyze the impact
d. The Philippine peso on consumers
and foreign DISCUSSION, DECEMBER 04,
currencies 4. explain market
structures (perfect GROUP 2017 TO
competition, ACTIVITY, AND JANUARY 12, ABM_AE12-Ie-h-
e. The Philippine
monopoly, RECITATION 2018 7
housing shortage
oligopoly, and
and the real estate
monopolistic
boom:
competition)
Rent and Price
structure 5. analyze the
effects of ABM_AE12-Ie-h-
2.2 Contemporary contemporary 8
Economic Issues Facing issues such as
the Filipino Entrepreneur migration,
a. Investment and fluctuations in the
interest rate exchange rate, oil
b. Rentals price increases,
c. Minimum wage d. unemployment,
Taxes peace and order,
etc. on the
purchasing power
of the people
FOURTH QUARTER
Chapter 3.
Industry and Environmental
Analysis:
Business Opportunities
Identification

3.1 Principles, Tools, and


1. identify and ABM_AE12-IIa-
Techniques
a. explain different d-
competition principles, tools, 9
b. customers and techniques in
c. suppliers creating a
d. business DISCUSSION, JANUARY 15 TO
competitors e. GROUP FEBRUARY 23,
substitutes ACTIVITY, AND 2018
RECITATION
3.2 Types of
ABM_AE12II-a-
Industries a. d-
10
agribusiness 2. distinguish
b. manufacturing the different
c. retail and services services/products
d. international trade of business and
(exports and imports) industry in the
locality
3.3 identification of Business
Opportunities
Chapter 4.
Socioeconomic Impact 1. Identify and
Study a. consumer explain the
(new various DISCUSSION, FEBRUARY 26 ABM_AE12II-e-g-
products and services) socioeconomic GROUP TO APRIL 06, 11
b. suppliers - factors affecting ACTIVITY, AND 2018
investors(capital, business and RECITATION
income) industry
c. government(tax ABM_AE12II-e-g-
revenues, 12
poverty
alleviation , 2. analyze and
basic services) evaluate the
d. households viability of a
(standard of living,
business and its ABM_AE12II-e-g-
employment)
e. international trade impact on the 13
(exports and imports of goods community
and services)
DISCUSSION, FEBRUARY 26
GROUP TO APRIL 06,
3. formulate ACTIVITY, AND 2018
recommendations RECITATION
and strategies on
how to minimize
and maximize a
business’s
negative impact
and positive
impact,
respectively

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Subject Teacher

Checked by: Noted:

MARIANITO A. GABORNES HAZEL B. MENESES


SHS Department Head School Head