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St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City Hda.Tinihaban, Silay City, Negros Occidental S.Y.

2012-2013

Subject: Music7 Teacher: Luzel E. Velasco

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Course Description:

The learner demonstrates understanding of basic concepts and principles of folk songs in the Philippines and the world,through active participation in cultural performances for self development, promotion of cultural identity, and expansion of one's world vision.

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General Objectives: a. To give adequate scope for bringing out the aptitudes and talents of the child; b. To serve as an out let for surplus energy, which if pent up, makes the child tense, nervous and irritable; c. To enhance the range and quality of student and group participation in the basic functions of society; d. To use the basic skills in preparation for education beyond the high school level; e. To appreciate foreign folk songs and its influences to Philippine folk songs; f. To perform dance drama; g. To perform an indigenous folk dance in the Philippines; h. To perform folk dances with coordination of the body and correct timing in music.

SCOPE and SEQUENCE in MUSIC 7 Quarter 1: Local and Indigenous Philippine Folk Dance (PolkasaNayon, LapayBantigue) a. Basic Movement Skills b. Rhythmic Activities c. Nature and Background of Philippine Folk Dance Quarter 2: Folk Songs: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Filipino Asian African European American Australian Philippines Folk Songs as Influenced by History and Culture Different functions of Folk Songs Musical Elements in Folk Songs

Quarter 3: Dance Drama a. b. c. d. Basic Theater Arts Locomotion, Qualities of Motion, Basic Efforts Elements of Drama Theater

Quarter 4: Output in Dance Drama a. Finals: Group Performance

St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City Hda.Tinihaban, Silay City, Negros Occidental S.Y. 2012-2013

Subject: PHYSICAL EDUCATION 7 Teacher: Luzel E. Velasco

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Course Description: The learner demonstrates understanding of personal health and fitness in developing individual wellness for quality life.

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General Objectives: a. To develop right attitude towards physical activities; b. To show self-discipline, good sportsmanship, endurance, and unselfish loyalty to the group; c. To gain enough strength, agility, flexibility, coordination, and muscle tone necessary for daily living; d. To use the basic skills in preparation for education beyond the high school level; e. To acquire a well-rounded personality through a programmed physical training; f. To recognize that a man's body is the dwelling place of his soul and spirit and hence should be regarded with dignity and importance.

SCOPE and SEQUENCE in PHYSICAL EDUCATION 7 Quarter 1: Personal Fitness Physical Fitness and Its Components Physical Fitness Test Physical Activities Fitness Planning

Quarter 2: Individual Sports (Gymnastics Exercises: Floor Exercises, Stretching Exercises) Background and Nature Basic Skills Rules and Regulations Officiating Benefits of the Sports

Quarter 3: Dual Sport (Badminton) - Background and Nature - Basic Skills - Rules and Regulations - Officiating - Benefits of the Sports Quarter 4: Team Sports (Introduction) (Volleyball, Basketball) Background and Nature Basic Skills

St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City Hda.Tinihaban, Silay City, Negros Occidental S.Y. 2012-2013

Subject: Music8 Teacher: Luzel E. Velasco

I.

Course Description:

The learner demonstrates understanding of basic concepts and principles of folk songs in the Philippines and the world, through active participation in cultural performances for self development, promotion of cultural identity, and expansion of one's world vision.

II.

General Objectives: a. To give adequate scope for bringing out the aptitudes and talents of the child; b. To serve as an out let for surplus energy, which if pent up, makes the child tense, nervous and irritable; c. To enhance the range and quality of student and group participation in the basic functions of society; d. To use the basic skills in preparation for education beyond the high school level; e. To appreciate foreign folk songs and its influences to Philippine folk songs; f. To perform Asian musical and popular theater; g. To perform regional and national folk dance in the Philippines.

SCOPE and SEQUENCE in MUSIC 8 Quarter 1: Regional and National Philippine Folk Dance (Carinosa, Polka saNayon ) Fundamentals and Basic Folk Dance Skills Nature and Background of Folk Dance Rhythmic activities Interpretation

Quarter 2: Southeast Asian Music, East Asian Music South, and Central Asian Music Influenced by history and culture Functions Musical Elements

Quarter 3: Asian Musical and Popular Theater -Sarswela -Kabuki -Peking Opera -WayangKulit Quarter 4: Output in Asian Musical and Popular Theater Finals: (Group Performance)

St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City Hda.Tinihaban, Silay City, Negros Occidental S.Y. 2012-2013

Subject: PHYSICAL EDUCATION 8 Teacher: Luzel E. Velasco

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Course Description:

The learner demonstrates understanding of personalhealth and fitness in developing individual wellness for qualitylife.

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General Objectives:

a. b. c. d. e.

To have a certain amount of exercise in their daily routines;

To develop right attitude towards physical activities; To develop understanding and appreciation of the techniques and strategies of sports; To give opportunity for social contact, group living, and self-adjustment within a group; To eliminate worries and anxieties through developing appropriate interests and habits of engaging in exercise and sports; f. To attain knowledge of proper health procedure as related to physical exercise; g. To develop correct health habits.

SCOPE and SEQUENCE in PHYSICAL EDUCATION 8

Quarter 1: Family Health and Fitness Health Related Fitness Importance of Health Related Fitness Health Related Fitness and Components Physical enhancement activities

Quarter 2: Dual Sports (Badminton) Background/ Nature Basic Skills Rules and Regulations Officiating Benefits

Quarter 3: Team Sports (Football or Soccer) Background/ Nature Basic Skills Rules and Regulations Officiating Benefits

Quarter 4: Team Sports (Baseball/Softball) Background/ Nature Basic Skills Rules and Regulations Officiating Benefits

St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City Hda.Tinihaban, Silay City, Negros Occidental S.Y. 2012-2013

Subject: PHYSICAL EDUCATION 9 Teacher: Luzel E. Velasco I. Course Description:

The learner demonstrates understanding of community health and fitness in promoting and sustaining community wellness for quality life. II. General Objective a. To eliminate worries and anxieties through developing appropriate interests and habits in sports; b. To give opportunity for social contact, group living, and self-adjustment within a group; c. To develop the organic systems of the body through gymnastics activities; d. To enable people to give wholesome expression to their innate desires and interests; e. To develop an understanding and appreciation of the techniques and strategies of sports; f. To be prepared in leisure time.

SCOPE and SEQUENCE in PHYSICAL EDUCATION 9 Quarter 1: LarongLahi -TumbangPreso -Palo Sebo -Kadang -Piko Quarter 2: Skill-Related Fitness -Importance of skill related fitness -Skill-related fitness components -Physical enhancement activities for the community Quarter 3:Rhytmic Gymnastics -Formations -Wands Exercises -Dumbbell Exercises -Aerobics Exercises Quarter 4:Indoor Activity ( Bowling) -Background and Nature -Basic Skills -Rules and Regulations -Officiating -Benefits of the Sports

St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City Hda.Tinihaban, Silay City, Negros Occidental S.Y. 2012-2013

Subject: MUSIC 9 Teacher: Luzel E. Velasco I. Course Description The learner demonstrates understanding of basic concepts and principles of music and arts of the different periods (Renaissance, Baroque, Classical/Neoclassical and Romantic periods), through active participation in artistic and cultural performancesfor self-development, promotion of cultural identity, and expansion of ones world vision.

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General Objectives: -To identify the various history and the characteristics of music in every period; -To identify and explain the stylistic features of a musical work that serve to define its aesthetic tradition and its historical or cultural context; -To know the well known musicians on every period and appreciate their music work; -To manifest appreciation for different musicians in every period; -To differentiate theater from opera; -To have an actual musical play.

SCOPE and SEQUENCE in MUSIC 9 Quarter 1: Music inRenaissance and Baroque Period - Baroque and Renaissance Music - Baroque Music, Forms, and Its Characteristics - Renaissance Music, Forms and Its Characteristics - Renaissance Composers Quarter 2: Music and arts of the classical, neo classical period and romantic period -Music, Forms, and Its Characteristics -Instruments - Romantic Composers Quarter 3: Musical Play -Musical Theater - Comparison with Opera Quarter 4: Output in Musical Play -Finals:Group Performance

St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City Hda.Tinihaban, Silay City, Negros Occidental S.Y. 2012-2013

Subject: Music 10 Teacher: Luzel E. Velasco I. Course Description: The learner demonstrates understanding of basic concepts and principles of music and arts of the 20th and 21st centuries through active participation in artistic and cultural performances promotion of cultural identity, and expansion of ones world vision. The students are given opportunity to express themselves through songs. II. General Objectives: -To appreciate the country's best literature, music, and the arts; -To know the characteristics and forms of well-known musicians of the20th and 21st century and appreciate their works; -To meet the challenges of growing in discipline among the student community by instilling in the younger generation a sense of patriotism, self-reliance and discipline; -To give adequate scope for bringing out the aptitudes and talents of the child; -To appreciate music of every century.

SCOPE and SEQUENCE in MUSIC 10

Quarter 1: Social and Ballroom Dances - The Waltz - Cha-cha - Swing Quarter2: Philippine 20th and 21st century music - Characteristics of every centurys music - Elements of every centurys music Quarter 3: Multimedia Theater -History of Theater - Movie Theater Quarter 4:Output in Multimedia Theater -Finals: Group Performance

St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City Hda.Tinihaban, Silay City, Negros Occidental S.Y. 2012-2013

Subject: PHYSICAL EDUCATION 10 Teacher: Luzel E. Velasco I. Course Description:

This lesson includes a thorough discussion of concepts in Physical Education and a comprehensive presentation of physical fitness activities such as Physical fitness test, including pretest, safety and healthy fitness exercises, fitness program, recreational activities and different dances. II. General Objectives:
-To use the basic skills in preparation for education beyond the high school level; -To acquire a well-rounded personality through a programmed physical training; -To recognize that a man's body is the dwelling place of his soul and spirit and hence should be regarded with dignity and importance; -To show self-discipline, good sportsmanship, endurance, and unselfish loyalty to the group; -To gain enough strength, agility, flexibility, coordination, and muscle tone necessary for daily living.

SCOPE and SEQUENCE in PHYSICAL EDUCATION 10

Quarter I: Physical Fitness: Leading to a Healthy and Satisfying Life - P.F Pre-test to Identify Strengths and weaknesses - Facts and Fallacies of Physical Fitness - Safe and Healthy Fitness Exercises - My Personal Fitness Program Quarter II: SepakTakraw Background/ Nature Basic Skills Rules and Regulations Officiating Benefits

Quarter III- Management of School Sports Competition (Volleyball, Basketball) - Introduction to Sports Management - School Intramural Activities - Types of Tournament Pattern - Activities Organizing a School Intramural Program Quarter IV- Actual Tournament officiated and managed by students -Finals