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Copy of COMPONENT 2 – CURRICULUM CONTENT OR SUBJECT MATTER

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Transcript of Copy of COMPONENT 2 – CURRICULUM CONTENT OR SUBJECT MATTER

Prepared by:
Oray, Marissa E
Sanchez, Melna C
BSE-3, EDE
COMPONENT 2 –
CURRICULUM CONTENT OR
SUBJECT MATTER

According to Gerome Bruner:
“knowledge is a model we
construct to give meaning and
structure to regularities in
experience”
All Curricula have content, regardless of their design or
models.
Content is more than simply information to be learned in
school.
To some Curriculum Specialist, Content or Subject Matter
is another term for Knowledge.
It is a Compendium of Facts, Concepts Generalization,
Principles & Theories.
CURRICULUM CONTENT
Communication Arts
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Music
Physical Education
Vocational Education
Broad Subject Areas in Basic or
General Education:
-include skills in listening, speaking,
reading and writing as well as the
effective use of language in daily living
COMMUNICATION ARTS
-includes numeric and computational
skills, geometry and measurement,
algebra, logic and reasoning
MATHEMATICS
-includes all branches of the natural
sciences, exploration and discovery
dealing with natural phenomena and
the use of scientific method of
investigation
SCIENCE
-include basic elements of Geography,
History, Sociology, Anthropology,
Economics, Civics, Political Science and
Psychology
SOCIAL STUDIES
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
-includes health and physical
fitness, individual and
team sports, spectatorship and
wise use of leisure
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
-includes psychomotor and
manipulative skills in basic crafts
and trades, design, work ethic
and appreciation of manual
productive work
MUSIC
-includes basic music theory,
practice in listening, singing,
playing musical instruments
and music preparation
Criteria for Content Selection:
1. SELF- SUFFICIENCY
2. SIGNIFICANCE
3. VALIDITY
4. INTEREST
5. UTILITY
6. LEARNABILITY
7. FEASIBILITY
SELF-SUFFICIENCY
-according to Scheffler (1970), the
prime guiding principle for content
selection is helping the learners to
attain maximum self-sufficiency in
learning but in the fort and educational
resources, less learners’ effort but
more results and effective learning
outcomes
SIGNIFICANCE
-the content to be learned
should be significant in terms
of its contribution to the basic
ideas, concepts
VALIDITY
-it relates to the authenticity of
the content selected
key criterion
value = meaning
Interest
•usefulness to the users
•for the present or the future

Utility
•learners’ experiences
•easiness through optimal placement and
appropriate organization and
sequencing of contents

Learnability
•time allowance
•resources’ availability
•teacher’s expertise
•learners’ nature

Feasibility
Balance
Articulation
Sequence
Integration
Continuity
5 Principles in Curriculum Content Organization
(Palma, 1992)
-fair distribution of curriculum content in depth
and breadth in a discipline
-prevents overcrowded or less crowded of
content in an area

Balance
-a level’s smooth connection to the next level
-avoids glaring gaps and wasteful overlaps
-needs teamwork among the teachers

Articulation
-logical arrangement of subject matter
-deepening and broadening of content as levels gets higher

Sequence
-relation and horizontal connections among
similar subject areas
-helps learner get a wholistic/unified view
of reality and outlook in life

Integration
-constant repetition, review and
reinforcement of learning
-continuing application of new knowledge,
skills, attitudes or values


Continuity
THANK YOU and GOD BLESS!
:)
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