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Building Proficiency (Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education)

In Kindergarten to Grade 3, the child's dominant language is used as the language of


learning.

Filipino and English language proficiency is developed from Kindergarten to Grade 3 but
very gradually.

Mother Tongue is used in instruction and learning materials of other learning areas.

The learners retain their ethnic identity, culture, heritage and values.

Children learn better and are more active in class and learn a second language even
faster when they are first taught in a language they understand.

Gearing Up for the Future


Ensuring College Readiness
Working with CHED to:

Ensure alignment of Core and Applied Subjects to the College Readiness Standards (CRS) and new General Education (GE) Cur

Develop appropriate Specialization Subjects for the Academic, Sports, Arts and Design, and Technical Vocational Livelih
Strengthening TVET Integration in SHS
Working with CHED to:

Integrate TVET skills, competencies and qualifications in TLE in JHS and Technical Vocational Livelihood (TVL) track in SH

Ensure that any Grade 10 finisher and all Grade 12 TVL graduates are eligible for TESDA
competency/qualifications assessments (i.e. COC, NC I or NC II)
Prepare learning resources that are consitent with promulgated Training Regulations.
Develop appropriate INSET and certification programs for TLE teachers.

The kindergarten under K to 3 is


adopting mother tongue-based
multilingual education (MTB

MLE). The mother tongue of the


learners is the primary medium
of instruction for teaching and
learning.

The kindergarten under K to 3 is adopting mother tongue-based multilingual education


(MTB MLE). The mother tongue of the learners is the primary medium of instruction for
teaching and learning.
Comparison of the 2002 BEC and the K to 12 Mother tongue based multilingual education
End-of-Grade 6 Assessment, as exit exam Medium of instruction - Bilingual (English and
Filipino)and as readiness test for Junior High SchoolNational Achievement Test for Grade 6 assessment
Academic Track Strands
General Academic - Humanities 12. Humanities 23. Social Science 14. Applied Economics
5. Organization and Management 6. Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction 7. Elective 1
( from any track/strand)8. Elective 2 ( from any track /strand ) 9. Work Immersion/Research/
Career Advocacy /Culminating Activity
Humanities and Social Sciences - humss - Creative Writing 2. Creative Non-Fiction: The
Literary Essay3. World Religions and Belief Systems4. Trends, Networks and Critical thinking
in the 21st Century 5. Philippine Politics and Governance 6. Community Engagement, Social
Participation and Citizenship 7. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences 8. Disciplines
and Ideas in the Applied Sciences 9. Work Immersion/Research/ Career Advocacy
/Culminating Activity
Accountancy, Business and Management abm - Applied Economics 2. Business Ethics
and Social
Responsibility 3. Fundamentals of Accountancy, Business and Management 1
Fundamentals of Accountancy, Business and Management 1 5. Business Math 6. Business
Finance Organization and Management 8. Principles of Marketing 9. Work
Immersion/Research/Career Advocacy/Culminating Activity ,.i.e. Business Enterprise
Simulation
Science, Technology,Engg, Math stem - Earth Science , Disaster Readiness and Risk
Reduction - Pre-Calculus 2. Basic Calculus 3. General Biology 1 4. General Biology 2 5.
General Physics 1 . General Physics 2 7. General Chemistry 1 8. General Chemistry 2 9.
Work Immersion/Research/ Career Advocacy /Culminating Activity
Teachers
Graduates of science, mathematics, statistics, engineering, music and other degree
courses with shortages
in qualified teacher applicants to teach in their specialized subjects in the elementary and
secondary education

CHOOSING
To properly guide the students in choosing the career tracks that they intend to pursue, the
DepEd, in coordination with DOLE, TESDA and CHED, shall regularly conduct career
advocacy activities for secondary level students.