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Curriculum during Liberation Period
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1.Discuss Curriculum during Liberation
2.Explain the steps taken during the
3.Distinguish the curriculum used
before and during the Liberation
1. Group the participants into 4 groups.
2.Each group will receive 1 paper plate which contains the topic.
3.Every member of the group will write their ideas about the topic on the paper plate.
Steps taken during the Liberation Period
1. What is the activity all about?
2. What have you learned from the activity?
During the actual battles for liberation, formal education experienced total disruption.
As peace replaced the fighting, the Department of Education functioned once more, taking up the old curriculum.
to restore Grade VII
to abolish the double-single session
to adopt the modern trends in
education taken from the United
Many Filipino educational leaders tried to develop a curriculum but, their efforts remained in the ideational stage.
The curriculum remained basically the same as before and was still subject-centered.
Here the focus is on the content of the
Follows a more prescribed format.
A. Answer the following questions:
1. During what period when there were steps taken to improve the curriculum existing before the war?
a. Period of the commonwealth
b. Japanese period
c. Liberation period
d. None of the above
2. What do you call a curriculum that follows a more prescribed format?
a. Subject-centered curriculum
b. Student-centered curriculum
c. Subject-area curriculum
d. All of the above
3. From what country did they adopt the modern trends in education during the Liberation period?
c. United States
4. Below are the steps taken in improving the curriculum existing before the war, except one.
a. to restore Grade VII
b. to adopt the modern trends in education taken from the United States
c. to replace the Filipino educational leaders
d. to abolish the double-single session
B. Make a reflective journal
Colyn Mae B. Macaroy