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FRAMEWORKS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION LANGUAGE PROGRAM IN THE PH

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Transcript of FRAMEWORKS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION LANGUAGE PROGRAM IN THE PH

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FRAMEWORKS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION LANGUAGE PROGRAM IN THE PHILIPPINES
You Should Know These!
The Philippine Basic Education Curriculum
• National Elementary School Curriculum (1984-2002)

• New Secondary Education Curriculum (1991-2002)

• Revised Basic Education Curriculum 2002 (RBEC 2002)

• Secondary Education Curriculum – Understanding by Design Model (UBD) (2010)

• K-12 Basic Education Curriculum (2012)

NEW SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM (NSEC 1991)
• Objectives: To improve performance in Science, Math, and Communication
REVISED BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM (BEC 2002)
• Objectives: “The restructuring of the curriculum is part of an ongoing effort to improve the quality of learning.” (Then-Sec. of Education Raul Roco)
• Focus: Basics of improving literacy and numeracy while inculcating values across learning areas to make it dynamic.
• The revised BEC was signed into law on June 12, 2003 (1 year after the DepEd Order No. 25,s.2002).

2010 SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM (UbD MODEL 2010)
Significant Changes
K-12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM (2013)
DepEd

BEC

NESC

NSEC

DECS

RBEC
Focus: Process, values development, productivity and technology
Number of minutes per day: 50 minutes
Issues on Language learning: Students are deficient in reading ability. They have not developed HOTS even in Grade V. There is the danger of reverting to illiteracy if the students dropped out before completing Grade VI.
Reasons why the BEC should be restructured:
• Results of the evaluation of the NESC and NSEC.
• Improvement of oneself and one’s relationship with fellow human beings along with the development of functional literacy which involves the development of essential skills such as “linguistic fluency and scientific-numerical competence.”
• To further decongest the curriculum and to provide more contact time for the tool subjects (Filipino, English, Mathematics, Science).
Features of 2002 BEC/RBEC
• Greater emphasis on helping every learner become a successful reader.
• Emphasis on interactive/collaborative learning approaches.
• Teaching of values in all learning areas.
• Development of self-reliant and patriotic citizens.
• Development of creative and critical thinking skills.
Medium of Instruction
• English: Mathematics, Science & Technology, English, T.L.E., MAPEH/CAT
• Filipino: Edukasyon sa Pagpapahalaga (Values Education, Araling Panlipunan, Filipino
Features of the Language Framework
• Access varied information and creatively use them in spoken and written forms
• Communicate fluently and accurately orally and in writing for a variety of purposes and different social and academic contexts while carrying out activities in everyday life
• Number of minutes per day: 60 minutes

RBEC Secondary School Curriculum
• 1st year: Grammar and Philippine Literature
• 2nd year: Grammar and Afro-Asian Literature
• 3rd year: Grammar and American Literature
• 4th year: Grammar and World Literature

Rationale:
• The rapid rate of change in education and the fast obsolescence of knowledge necessitate a continual revisiting and updating of the curriculum to make it responsive to emerging changes
• To improve student mastery and contribute to the attainment of functional literacy
• Followed the UbD model developed by Jay Mctighe and Grant Wiggins
• DepEd considered this as a new hope for our educational system because it attains mastery of the subject area
What is UbD model?
It is a way of looking at a curriculum

It offers three-stage, backward process to curriculum design

Also known as the “Backward Design Curriculum”
UbD is not a curriculum, instead, we can say “UbD-ized curriculum”
3 Stages of UbD model
• Identify desired results
• Determine acceptable evidence
• Plan learning experiences & instructions
Strengths of SEC 2010
• Lean. Focuses on essential understandings
• Sets high expectations (standard-based)
• Rich and challenging
• Develops readiness and passion for work and life-long learning
• Part of the Philippine Education For All Plan of Action 2015 is, Critical Task No. 5, “the expansion of basic education, targeting that by 2015, the Philippines has lengthened its cycle of basic education schooling to make it twelve years.”
• K-12 means Kindergarten and the 12 years of elementary and secondary education.
• Elementary education refers to six years of primary schooling (Grades 1 to 6)
• Secondary education refers to four years of junior high school (Grades 7 to 10) and two years of senior high school (Grades 11 and 12).
• Filipino graduates are envisioned to possess sufficient mastery of basic competencies (e.g., literacy).
Salient Features
• Focuses on holistic development
• It is outcome-based
• Anchored on the principles of inclusive education, learners’ growth and development, teaching and learning, and assessment
Desired Outcomes
• Content Standards – what the students should know, what they do, and what understanding they construct as they process information.
• Performance Standards – what the students do or how they use their learning and understanding.
Time Allotment
• English – 60 minutes/day for 4 days

Learning Areas
• Languages – Mother Tongue, Filipino, English
Source:
Barnachea, A. (2013, September 20). Public school curriculum: Philippine’s public school curriculum model. Presented at the Graduate Program, Miriam College.
Prepared/Modified by: TECP
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