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Practice Teaching
Narrative Report

Diosdado Macapagal High School


____________________________________________________
Cooperating School

Mexico,Pampanga
__________________________________________________
Address
In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science
in Secondary Education ( Education 426 - Practice Teaching )
Major in Mathematics

Jerico C. Dizon
Student Teacher
Evelyn Villegas,Ph.D
________________________
Supervisor Student Teaching

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APPROVAL SHEET

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course Bachelor of Secondary


Education major in Mathematics. This Off Campus Training is submitted for approval.

Jerico C. Dizon
Student Teacher

Recommending Approval

Mrs.Edelina G. Mallari
Cooperating Teacher

APPROVED:

Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the course Bachelor of
Science in Secondary Education with the rating of _________.

__________________________
Supervisor Student Teaching

Noted by:

Evelyn G. Villegas, Ph. D


College Dean

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CERTIFICATION

To Whom It May Concern:

This is to certify that Jerico C. Dizon a Bachelor of Secondary Education


major in Mathematics student of Saint Mary’s Angels College of Pampanga
has successfully completed his Off Campus Training in this school , Diosdado
Macapagal High School from November 12, 2018 to March15, 2019.

Mrs. Edelina G. Mallari


Cooperating Teacher

Noted by:

Mrs. Rosario C. Santos


Principal

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to extend my deepest gratitude and appreciation to the following people:

 To Dr. Evelyn G. Villegas, College dean, for her loving suggestion and moral supports.
 To Mrs. Edelina G. Mallari my cooperating teacher, for her advises, guidance and
knowledge gained in observing her classes.
 To my family, for their love, patience and their moral and financial support,
 And above all, to Our Almighty God, for giving me guidance, encouragement, blessings
and strength for this practice teaching.

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PREFACE

Practice teaching is of paramount importance in the vocational training of student


teachers. It is in this immersion that prepares the students into the real world of school. A period
of transition from trainee to professional. The motivation for this narrative report arose from the
student teacher’s own experience of practice teaching as well as protracted contact with students
in a professional capacity. This narrative report attempted to explore and articulate an
understanding of some of the experiences of student teachers following their final practice
teaching session at a school before graduating. In order to garner a rich and nuanced perspective
of these experiences, a phenomenological workbook was accomplished.
Practice teaching played an important part in their development as teachers by providing a
context wherein they could merge theory and practice, find their own teaching and management
styles as well as cope with the demands of multi-tasking that being in a classroom demands. The
paramount role of the host teacher and the importance of positive relationships with all
stakeholders was foregrounded - as was the importance of an awareness of the cultural and
contextual make-up of learners. This workbook hopes to make a contribution towards the
understanding of student teachers' experiences of practice teaching. It is also hoped that through
this narrative report, future teachers will be encouraged to dedicate and commit themselves to
their chosen filled of undertaking.

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INTRODUCTION
COLLEGE VISION:
SAINT MARY’S ANGELS COLLEGE OF PAMPANGA envisions the development of
human persons committed to serve God, country and fellow humans in the different facets of
dynamic life. As…

HUMAN PERSONS WHO


Are optimistic, determined, and cheerful; value life, appreciate and respect others regardless of
race, age, beliefs, gender, social status, and culture; positively affect the lives of others; are
catalyst of positive change in society; care for the earth’s resources and environment; work for
peace, unity, and harmony of the entire human family.

CHRISTIAN WHO
Possess deep faith in God and His word and practice in active prayer life; Respond
constructively to human and social issues; Follow Christ’s example in life.

FILIPINOS WHO
Understand their history, love their country and practice responsible citizenship; Take pride in
their national identity and common language; Promote their Asian cultural heritage; live and
work in the solidarity with their people and contribute to their nation’s development

CHILDREN WHO
Respect and submit to parental, teacher and other college authorities work purposely to strength
family and academic community, take pride in family and college solidarity, and endeavor to
keep this intact.
LEARNERS WHO
Possess knowledge and skills shared to others, exercise creativity and resourcefulness, practice
human virtues, and other discipline the mind, heart, body. Actualize themselves through lifelong
learning, healthy relationships, excellent work and meaningful service.

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COLLEGE MISSION:

Endeavors to provide a future- oriented, holistic educational program that upholds


Christian values and pursues academic excellence leading towards intellectual inquiry, reflective
judgment and resolute action.
Strives to foster growth and sense of community in a supportive and participative learning
environment characterized by spirit of oneness, a climate of trust, openness and mutual respect.
Commute to orient and equip each family member to respond positively to the needs of others,
especially the young, poor but deserving.

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CHAPTER I
SUGGESTED PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENT TEACHERS

I. OBSERVATION PERIOD
A. Know the School
B. School Learning Resources
C. Observed the Cooperating Teacher
D. Know and Understand the Learner
E. Test Data

II. PARTICIPATION PERIOD ( Suggested Experiences )


A. Actual Teaching
B. Lesson Planning
C. Psychology
D. Administration and Supervision
E. Measurement and Evaluation

III. ASSIST IN THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF SCHOOL RECORDS AND


FORMS
A. Secondary Forms
B. Elementary Forms
C. Observation Forms
D. Civil Service ( CS ) Forms
E. Other Forms

SUGGESTED PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENT TEACHERS

I. OBSERVATION PERIOD
A. Know the School

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a. Mission and Vision of Cooperating School


b. Organizational Chart of the School
c. Development Plan of the school
d. Get acquainted with the school officials
e. Regulations and policies of the school
f. School Programs
g. Official Time
h. School Calendar
i. Curricular Activities
j. Course of Study
k. School Facilities
l. Home Room organization
m. Professional and Personal Relationship

B. School Learning Resources to be Visited


a. School Library
b. School Canteen
c. Comfort Rooms and Rest Rooms
d. Audio Visual Room/ Computer Rooms
e. Playground Equipment
f. Supply and Materials
g. Medical Clinic
h. Guidance Center
i. Faculty Room
j. Others
C. Observed the Cooperating Teacher
a. Formulate rules and regulations
b. Enforce rules and regulations
c. Prepare Lesson Plans
d. Motivate Learners

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e. Prepare informational and skill lessons


f. Preparation of teaching aids and devices
g. Use of different methods and techniques of teaching.
h. Provide learners participation
i. Provide individual learners need.
j. Evaluate results of instruction
k. Maintain shop cleanliness
l. Maintain shop discipline
D. Know and Understand the Learners
a. Learn their names
b. Study cumulative records
c. Study health records
d. Case study
e. Seating Arrangement chart
f. Morning and afternoon greetings
g. Study Anecdotal records
h. Socio-gram
i. Social and economic background
j. Groupings
k. School Inventories
l. Teachers commitment
E. Test Data
a. Intelligence test
b. Achievement test
c. Diagnostic test

II. PARTICIPATION PERIOD


1. Check the attendance
2. Line the students/ Pupils
3. Make the seating plan

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4. Prepare shop personnel


5. Correct test papers
6. Helps students overcome problems.
7. Prepare written instruction sheets and audio visual aids.
8. Assist in checking tools and equipment/ supplies and materials.
9. Assist in arranging in displaying slides and devices.
A. Actual Teaching
1. Individual instructions
2. Instruction of small groups of students.
3. Teaching classes as a whole for one half day.
4. Teaching class the whole day.
5. Field trips
6. Principles, methods and techniques
Apply the various methods of teaching skills and related instruction
 Demonstration method
 Lecture method
 Question and answer methods
 Exercise method
 Discussion methods
 Conference method
 Illustration method
 Problem solving method
 Production method

B. Lesson Planning
1. Prepare detailed lesson plan
2. Prepare semi-detailed lesson plan
3. Prepare brief lesson plan.
4. Apply the four step teaching procedure.
5. Apply principles of good teaching.

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6. Apply remedial measures in teaching.


7. Provide class, group and individual instruction.
8. Provide individual learners need.

C. Psychology
1. How learners learn.
2. Laws of learning
3. Individual differences in teaching.
4. Patterns of work conduct and work attitudes.
5. Motivation of learners.

III. ASSIST IN THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF SCHOOL RECORDS AND


FORMS.
A. Secondary

1. Form 1 - School Register ( Record of enrollment and


attendance)
2. Dep.Ed Form 2 - Teacher’s Monthly Report of enrolment and
attendance
3. Dep.Ed Form 3 - Principal’s Report of enrolment and attendance.
4. Dep.Ed Form 20 - Summarize Report on Promotion.
5. Dep.Ed Form 18-A - Report on Secondary Promotions
6. Dep.Ed Form 137-A - Secondary Students Permanent Record
7. Dep.Ed Form 138-A - Progress Report Card

B. Elementary

1. Form 1 - School Register ( Record of enrollment and


attendance)

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2. Dep.Ed Form 2 - Teacher’s Monthly Report of enrolment and


attendance
3. Dep.Ed Form 3 - Principal’s Report of enrolment and attendance.
4. Dep.Ed Form 20 - Summarize Report on Promotion.
5. Dep.Ed Form 18-E1 - Report on Secondary Promotions
6. Dep.Ed Form 137-E - Elementary Students Permanent Record
7. Dep.Ed Form 138- E - Progress Report Card

C. Forms to be presented during Observation


1. Dep.Ed Form 178 - Observation and Suggestion Book
2. Dep. Ed Form 38-1 - Teacher Classroom Observation Checklist

D. Forms need to learn to be accomplished

1. CS Form 12-D/ RS CSC Form 1 Position Description Form


2. CS Form 48 - Daily Time Record
3. CSC Form 6 - Application for Leave
4. CSC Form 211 - Medical Certificate for Employment
5. CS Form 212 - Personal data Sheet

GENERAL RELATIONS AND INSIGHTS IN STUDENT TEACHING.


 Importance of student teaching
 Improving efficiency for beginner teacher
 Teachers attitudes and potentials
 Selection of cooperating school for practice teaching.

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CHAPTER II
GENERAL RELATIONS AND INSIGHTS IN STUDENT TEACHING

 Importance of Student Teaching


 Improving Efficiency for Beginner Teacher
 Teacher Attitudes and Potential
 Selection of Cooperating-School for Practice Teaching
 Resource Teachers and Cooperating Teachers/Mentors
 Criteria in the Selection of Cooperating Teachers
 Role of Cooperating Teachers
 Responsibilities of Student Teachers
 Pointers for Student Teachers
 Pointers in Dealing with the Cooperating Teacher
 How To Win Friends
 Simple Suggestion to keep a Priceless Friend
 Common Terms Used in Student Teaching
 Traits of Teacher which are Liked Most by Students
 Student Dislikes Teacher Qualities

IMPORTANCE OF STUDENT TEACHING

What is Student Teaching?

Student Teaching is:

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a. The Period of time during which a pre-service teache her assigned to a laboratory school
for supervisory teaching experience as part of his college work.
b. Refers to a observation, participation and actual teaching under the guidance and
supervision of a cooperating teacher as a part of the pre-service program offered by any
teacher education institution;

In the foregoing definition, student teaching therefore is a training to orient, and


pre pare prospective teacher to acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes for the effective
implementation of classroom management in terms of content, methodology, evaluation of
learning outcomes. It is also one of the aspects of teacher education curriculum, whereby
desirable work values and competencies are developed through planned undertaking, to get
wholesome experiences under the capable guidance and supervision of professional teachers in
the field.

IMPROVING EFFICIENY FOR BEGINNER TEACHER

Classroom is one of important aspect for a beginning teacher. The following are
good ways of conserving energy and improving efficiency.

1. Assigning definite seats to students so as to reduce the time in taking sometimes


delegated to responsible students

2. Calling on definite individuals rather than waiting for volunteers.

3. Taking up common difficulties in class and assisting individual student after class.

4. Using Monitors to collect and distribute materials and papers.

5. Giving summarized mimeographs statements of future assignments.

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6. Reserving library references materials in advance of assignments and placing it in an


accessible place.

7. Assigning advance work in a such a way so as to decrease difficulties in attracting it.

8. Correcting Quiz Papers in class.

9. Using Committee in class to summarize contribution from all members of the class.

10. Giving student adequate instruction concerning the best way to report outside readings or
to prepare special paper.

11. Keeping an office with students.

12. Delegating to responsible students task of assigning the teacher in giving special attention
to the ventilating mechanism.

13. Making certain that all students can hear what is said in class.

TEACHERS ATTITUDE AND POTENTIALS

There can be no significant innovation in education that does not have the attitudes of teachers.

1. Create positive mental images of your work.


2. Have self – confidence just like the actual teaching.
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3. Seek accuracy and precision in everything you do.


4. Accept criticism to feedback.
5. Make a consultation with others when needed.
6. Be cheerful in everything you do.
7. Maintain high personal integrity.
8. Lead by personal example whenever possible.
9. Demonstrate real concern in your work as cadet teacher.
10. Maintain good relationship to your teachers, school staffs, and officials, community
officials, as well as to your students in general.
11. Set a higher standard of management ethics in deeds-not just by words.
12. Manage your role as student teacher effectively.
13. Foster self-reliance, industriousness, resourcefulness, and routine for work.
14. Plan and budget your time for school work.
15. Realize that inherent in every failures is an opportunity to change or improve.
16. Assume responsibility for every action you do in school.
17. Design your classroom in a way that it fosters relaxation, resourcefulness and creativity.
18. Get as many ideas as possible through reading, interviewing and doing research work.
19. Be committed with all your actions, hardworking and sacrifices.
20. Touch student in appropriate and acceptable ways.
21. Be effective in communicating skills, problem solving, and critical thinking.
Model a commitment to achievement by being on time and prepared to teach.

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SELECTION OF COOPERATING SCHOOLS FOR PRACTICE TEACHING

A School may be selected if:

a. It is an above average performing school in academics as evidence by its:

 Performance in Division, Regional and National


 Examinations/ Competitions
 Performance of Graduates in admission test in prestigious schools.
 Good image in the community

b. It has master teachers/ effective teachers who can provide the best mentoring to the
student teachers; it is accessible to the student teachers; and
c. It is managed by a full-time and competent administrator.

ROLE OF COOPERATING TEACHERS


Teachers accept as part of their professional responsibilities. The task of helping and volunteer
into the profession they do this by sharing their daily activities with college students preparing to
be teachers.

Below are the lists of suggestions on how the cooperating teachers may contribute to the
development of highly competent teachers.

1. Assist the student teacher in becoming oriented with instructional materials with other
requirements for student teaching.
2. Provide a working space for the student teacher inside her classroom or shop.
3. Develop an understanding with the student teacher concerning her access to supply tools
and equipment’s.
4. Discuss and organize structure of the room.

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5. Discuss the format in lesson planning to be used by the student teacher.


6. Present the student teacher before the class as co-worker.
7. Give the student as much freedom as possible in planning, selecting and using materials.
8. Give the student teacher a frank, direct criticism and present this in a most fruitful and
fashionable way.
9. Provide opportunities for regular conferences and discussion either by the student or by
the teacher.
10. Have the student teacher teach gradually with increasing responsibility being allowed to
demonstrate high teaching ability.
11. Invite the student teacher to attend conferences and professional meetings taking place in
the school system.
12. Observe the student teacher to determine weaknesses for purpose of suggesting further
improvement.
13. Evaluate student teachers progress.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF STUDENT TEACHERS

1. Report at school at least 15 minutes before the time and go out 15 minutes after the
classes, Student teachers should observe the minimum of 6 hours service everyday.
2. Note to leave work station without the approval from the cooperating teacher.
Attendance in student teaching should at least be perfect in one semester. Time record
should be filled everyday.
3. Prepare and submit lesson plan to cooperating teacher.
4. Attend teachers meeting upon notification and invitation of the cooperating teacher/
school head.
5. Prepare monthly report containing problems met in student teaching important
events taking place and any other education program and projects implemented in the
school system.

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6. Collect and compile professional materials such as clippings, instruction sheet, lesson
plans, pictures, charts, and other related to his/her major preparations.
7. Structure and manage the shop in terms of shop organization, shop layouts, and all
activities.
8. Accomplish necessary forms, student hand school records.
9. Conduct research studies on some educational problems under the guidance of the
teacher.
10. Submit to the supervisor of student teacher all requirements in student teaching
purpose of evaluation

POINTERS FOR STUDENT TEACHERS

1. Enter student teaching with an open mind and readiness for new experiences.
2. Develop the fullest possible understanding of teaching and learning processes.
3. Work together with the mastery of skills of directing the students to learn.
4. Assume your responsibility for planning your programs of student teaching.
5. Build new understanding upon learning previously develop.
6. Become acquainted with researchers in the fields of interest.
7. Participate in experimentation and other activities of various types.
8. Utilize every opportunity to link theory and practice.
9. Be self-directive. Be in your student teaching activities.
10. Be cognizant of individual differences.
11. Be conscious of strengths and weaknesses.
12. Try to criticize yourself intelligently.
13. Accept constructive criticisms from other especially from your cooperating teachers.
14. Be considerate and broad-minded in dealing with your students and fellow teachers.
15. Be acquainted with educational environment of your students.
16. Try to understand the educational absences of your community and utilize them in
your teaching.

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17. Develop the ability to work the improvement of present conditional obtaining your
school.

POINTERS IN DEALING WITH THE COOPERATING TEACHER

1. Remember that the cooperating teacher has the legal counsel of the class and legally
responsible for it.
2. Respect your cooperating teacher’s personal right and dignity.
3. Accept the cooperating teacher’s decision concerning the materials to be covered and the
method of presenting the lesson unless you are given the freedom to use your own.
4. Assume no authority not delegated to you by the cooperating teacher.
5. Know definitely what is expected of you by the cooperating teacher.
6. Complete cooperation should be established between you and your cooperating teacher.
7. Accept suggestions and criticisms given by your cooperating teacher.
8. Support your cooperating teacher in matters of discipline.
9. Have your lesson plan checked by your cooperating teacher.
10. Perform your task carefully.
11. Appreciate the assistance given by your cooperating teacher.
12. If confronted with difficulties, consult with your cooperating teacher.
13. Carry out willingly the suggestions given by your cooperating teacher.
14. Manifest pride in your work. Your cooperating teacher likes to see that you are proud
with your work.
15. Consider yourself a member of the teaching profession and act in all matters according to
its codes of ethics.

HOW TO WIN FRIENDS

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1. Become genuinely interested with other people.


2. Smile.
3. Remember that a man’s name is to hear the sweetest sound in his ears.
4. Be a good listener, encourage others to talk about them. If you aspire to be a good
conversationalist, be an attentive listener.
5. Talk in terms of other man’s interest.
6. Make the other person feel important and do it sincerely

Reference: How to Win Friends and Influence People


By Date Carnegie
“Life is Nothing without Friendship”

SIMPLE SUGGESTION TO KEEP A PRICELESS FRIEND

1. Be considerate and understanding. A give-and-take relationship is one of the strong


foundations of true friendship
2. Don’t be sensitive. This character will drive people away from you.
3. Be tactful. Say the right thing at the right time.
4. Be open and sincere. Don’t be a double dealer.
5. Observe social graces at all time. Don’t take your friend for granted.
6. Don’t be marrow-minded and possessive to the point that you suffocate your friend. Give
each other room to grow, meet new friends and develop new friends, and develop various
interests.
7. Refrain from asking too many favors or imposing unduly. It can strain a beautiful
relationship.
8. Return barrowed things promptly and return in the best condition possible. Maintain
your self-respect and avoid breach of confidence.

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Confucius once said: “There are three friendship which are advantageous and
three which are injurious”. Friendship with the upright; Friendship with the
sincere; and friendship with the men with such observation; these are
advantageous. Friendship with the man with specious airs; Friendship with
insinuating soft; and Friendship with the glib-tongued; these are injurious.

Reference: Empowering the Self


By: Tessie B. Avenilla
Millagros M. Aguinaldo
Zenalda B. Climente
Maria Rita D. Dacanay
Claire Z. Manalo
Erlinda T. Soriano
Rechilda L. Uy
Centro Fascolar University
Manila, Philippines
1997

COMMON TERMS USED IN STUDENT TEACHING

1. Student Teaching

The period of time during which are per-service teacher assigned to a laboratory school
or public school for supervisory teaching experience as part of her college work.

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Act of assuming various responsibilities in the classroom as an introduction to


actual teaching like preparing of actual instructional materials, checking of attendance,
checking of test papers.

2. Observation

Is to orient the student teachers to teaching situation, discover further needs, develop
ability to evaluate teaching and learning situations and arose and strengthen positive
attitudes toward teaching.

3. Off-Campus Teaching

Student teaching activities carried on in affiliated or cooperating school that are not in the
campus institution engaged in preparing teachers.

4. On Campus Student Teaching

Student teaching that is done in campus laboratory or in any other laboratories.

5. Student Teacher

a. Refers to the student who undergoes practice teaching


b. It refers to college students engaged in student under the guidance of a cooperating
teacher.

6. Coordinator and Student Teacher

Designates by the administration head to the student teaching program in collages or


university he overseas placement of student teachers and coordinates the cooperating schools of
student teachers.

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7. Teaching

Is a guiding and facilitating learning, enabling the child to learn and setting the
conditions for learning.

8. Student Teaching Supervisor

Over sees the various activities in student teaching.

9. Cooperating School

Refers to the school were student teachers undergo observation and practicing teaching.

10. Flexible Incentive System

Refers to mutually agreed upon monetary.

11. Portfolio

Is a both product and process, purposeful collection of pertinent student teaching


materials such as; lesson plan, documented evidences of community outreach, reflection
and others.

12. Cooperating Teacher

Refers to the teacher who is assigned to guide the student teacher in the development of
professional competencies, attitudes, and behaviors.

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13. Mentoring

Refers to a nurturing process in which a highly skilled or more experienced person.

14. Goal

Refer to objectives and purposes which this intern need to attain at the end of each
activity.

15. Performance

Measure the learners effort/ performance build on the traits in each episode.

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CHAPTER III
METHODS OF TEACHING, STRATEGIES, TECHNIQUES AND APPROACHES

 Technical Terms
 Points to consider in choosing a method of teaching
 Typology Approaches
 Techniques of teaching (components)
 Science processes/skills
 Revisited methods of classroom teaching

TEACHING TERMS

1. Methods of Teaching – refer to the regular ways or orderly procedures employed by the
teacher in guiding the students/pupils in order to accomplish the aims of the learning
situation.

2. Strategy – it consists of steps to be observed. It comes from the Greek word ‘Stratrgo’ a
greek general whose main task was to win war.

3. Technique – it pertains to one’s way/manners/styles of doing a certain step of the lesson.


It is personalistic/stylistic in nature.

4. Approaches – it refers to the general philosophy and operation to be known and done in
teaching a particular subject.

5. Objectives –which items need at the end of each lesson.


 These written in behavior terms.
 The objectives are stated specific, measurable, attainable, and realistic and time
bound (SMART) manner.

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 The three domains namely: cognitive, psychomotor and affective.


Cognitive – emphasizes knowledge in the broadest sense, including perception, memory
and judgment.
Psychomotor – emphasizes skills and processes in laboratory work.
Affective – emphasizes scientific attitudes and values and the Filipino values and morals.

Method is good if:

1. It makes use of the principles of learning and permits the operation of these principles.

2. It utilizes the principle of ‘learning by doing’’.

3. It provides for individual references.


 A method should be flexible enough to serve the bright, the average, and
the slow learner.
4. It stimulates thinking and reasoning.

5. It provides for growth and development.


 Children should grow in knowledge and ideas, in habits, skills and
abilities, in attitudes and sentiments.

Reference:
Gregorio, Herman c.
Methods and Principles of Teaching
Quezon City: R.C, Garcia Publishing Inc.

A. Typology of Approaches

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1. Discovery Approach – the main purpose is to make learners look for the answer to
their problems by themselves.

2. Process Approach – to equip the learners with the simple processes ( observing,
comparing, identifying, informing looking meaning for others)and complex processes
(reporting, doing research, interviewing, hypothesizing, controlling variables and the
like) to enable them to solve problems effectively in their present and future life.

3. Inquiry Approach – its purpose is to foster the learner’s searching, inquiring rational
mind through planned procedures, it is hope that young people will recognize science
interpretation as an intellectual process, a never ending quest, and a continuing effort.

4. Modular Approach – a module refers to a unit of instruction, usually complete in


itself and therefore self-contain.

5. Interdisciplinary Approach – is a combination of disciplines from different related


ideas.

6. Multi-Disciplinary – is a combination of different areas of disciplines.

7. Conceptual Approach – it is searching process of exploring a collection of facts for


similarities and differences for organizational properties and for a meaningful
organization.

8. Analysis Approach
 To help use logical thinking and scientific investigation to decide
objective answer to question/problems/issues.
 To assist the learners to use rational analytical process in interrelating and
conceptualizing the result of their research findings.

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9. Action Learning Approach


 To provide students with opportunities for personal and social action
based on their values.
 To encourage students to view themselves as personal-social interactive
beings, not fully autonomous, but members of a community or social
systems.

10. Moral Development Approach


 To help the students develop more complex moral reasoning patterns
based on the highest set of values.
 To urge students to discuss the reasons for their value choices and
positions not merely to share with others, but to foster change the stages of
reasoning.

11. Mastery Learning Approach – a process at arriving the desired standard criterion
performance level of success determined by the teacher for her class to attain after
teaching a certain subject matter.

12. Values Clarification Approach – the purpose is to develop clearer values and to make
students have an active examination of their beliefs, choices and to enable them to
utilize these in their lives in society.

13. Group Dynamic Approach


 The purpose is for the learners to interact with each other.
 Sharing ideas is possible if the learners are given the chance to be grouped
in small members.
 Shy students/pupils are given a chance to express their
views/answer/feelings.

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14. Integration Approach – issues, programs, salient concepts are combined/included in


the subject matter to bring about fundamental unity and oneness necessary in
understanding man’s position in today’s society.

15. Eclectic Approach – using two or more approaches in tackiling in specific subject
matter/issue/problems in order to arrive at a comprehensive result.

16. Others:
 Multimedia Approach
 Inculcation Approach
 Scavenger Approach
 Team Teaching Approach

B. Typology of Strategies

a. Problem solving
b. Projects
c. Field trips
d. Interview
e. Case study
f. Participatory research
g. Film/slide, tape
h. Field study
i. Reporting
j. Experimentation
k. Semantic webbing
l. Textbook
m. Game
n. Inductive and deductive
o. Question and answer

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p. Tri-question (what, why, how)


q. Conceptual method
 Recall facts
 Identify concepts
r. Application
s. Evaluation
t. Group work
u. Brainstorming
v. Teach and re-teach method
 Teach a subject matter
 Give a formative test
 Find out if the learner attained the criterion level of success
 Give enrichment for those who attained it
 Re-teach those who failed to attain it
 Give evaluation test

C. Techniques in Teaching (components)

1. Choice of Visual Aids/Equipment


2. Holding a picture/equipment
3. Manner of doing each step of the lesson
4. Pointing of a picture
5. Lacing visual aids on the blackboard
6. Poise while standing
7. Giving instructions/assignment
8. Motivating pupil/students to work harder
9. Praising/criticizing/scolding (reinforcement)
10. Seating arrangements
11. Passer paper/books
12. Art of questioning

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13. Getting in and out of the classroom


14. Maintaining discipline
15. Room structuring
16. Art works of the teacher
17. Writing on the blackboard
18. Others

D. Science Processes

1. Observing
2. Inferring
3. Curiosity
4. Group work/cooperation
5. Relating cause and effect/Analyzing
6. Intellectual Honesty
7. Comparing
8. Differentiating
9. Communicating
10. Concern for others
11. Objectivity
12. Hypothesizing
13. Predicting
14. Creativity
15. Mathematical computation
16. Appreciation
17. Being responsible
18. Investigation

E. Revisited Methods of Classroom Teaching

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The search for the best methods of teaching continuous for those teachers who would like
their classroom environment to be very lively, dynamic, teachers are highly interested they
always like to be updated with newer trends and methodologies of teaching. There’s no known
best method of teaching but a teacher can blend all teaching approaches and methodologies to
use most appropriate one for his lesson of the day.

The Method of Teaching

1. Presentation Method – the method of teaching under this group eventually aim to
provide information to classroom teachers. They merely provide content background for
a given subject matter.

Examples of Presentation Methods are:

1.1 Lecture – it is a prepared verbal exposition by a teacher before his students.


1.2 Lecturette – as the term implies, it refers to a short lectures.
1.3 Lecture-Forum – this is a method where a lecture is given first and then is followed
by a question-and-answer session.
1.4 Panel – this is a planned conversation on a selected topic.
1.5 Panel-Forum – this is actually a panel method followed by a question-and-answer
session chaired by a designated leader.
1.6 Expanding Panel – this is a panel with a vacant chair(s), any member of the class can
be a member of the panel when he feels the call and then vacates the chair after he has
given his idea on the pre-selected topic for discussion.
Other Presentation Methods of Teaching include the following:

a. Debate – this is an organized argument having two terms arguing for a given issue:
affirmative and negative.
b. Film Method – it is used for getting content information and for entertainment.
c. Slide Show – it is a presentation of lesson in photo slides.

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d. Prepared Videotapes – it presents lessons on videotapes prepared earlier by the teacher.


e. Presentation with Listening Terms – the class is divided into groups and each group is
given a listening task, which is, listening for points that are debatable.
f. Presentation with Reaction Panel – after every presentation of a lesson, there is an
assigned reacting panel that represents the whole class.

2. Demonstration Method – these methods are means for modeling the right techniques or
procedures, and are used for skills learning.

Teaching Methods in this group are:

a. Demonstration with Practice – it is a demonstration followed by a participation of all


members of class.
b. Dry Run – this refers to a sketchy practice in a planned activity or show.
c. Coaching – this provides tips for improving performance in class.
d. Rehearsals – this is a method in which the students are allowed to practice their way
of answering before actual performance.
e. Drills – this is a skills practice method of learning which involves a series of
competitions to the point if mastery.
f. Puzzle – it is an interesting variation in which the skill is not demonstrated but it is
rather presented in a form of question or problem designed for testing ingenuity.
g. Skills Practice Laboratory – this can be combined with other methods mentioned.

3. Reading Methods – this method are vehicles for getting information. When learners lack
adequate background knowledge on the subject matter to be discussed in the class, they
should be assigned to read the reference.
Examples of Reading Methods:

a. Individual Reading
b. Read and Discuss
c. Read and Report

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d. Read Aloud

4. Drama Methods – the method in this group present information that oftentimes can be
debated by members of the class. These are best fitted for knowledge learning and may
serve as a tool of stimulating reactions from the class learners through involving them in
a drama or actual happening of events.
Examples of Drama Methods are:

a. Skit – this is a short rehearsed portrayal that gives a message.


b. Pantomime – it is a short non-verbal portrayal often used to guessing games.
c. Guerrilla Theater – the class members use a script that describes only basic action and
they AD-LIB the rest.

5. Discussions Method – these methods best for initiating oral communication from
students. These methods provide the learners an opportunity to manipulate information
for discussion proposes.

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Chapter IV

DISCIPLINE AND CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

 Reflection
 Distinguish behaviors often displayed by the pupils students
 How to handle difficult personalities
 Lifetime skills
 A teachers personality
 Ways to help teachers in maintaining good discipline
 Conclusion
 Daily classroom routines
 How student teacher could enabling them good service
 How to make classroom recitation lively
 Cautions/reminders
 Techniques of questioning
 Techniques in handling students questions
 Assessment methods/evaluation

Classroom Discipline
Discipline in the classroom is one of the greatest concerns of the teacher in-charge. It is
the role of the teacher to guide the development and satisfaction of the purposes and to help the
children grow in their ability and work for the experience of worthwhile and constructive goals.

REFLECTION

The teacher can be effective facilitator of learning only when there is discipline and
classroom management in teaching-learning.

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DISTINGUISHABLE BEHAVIORS OFTEN TO DISPLAY BY THE


PUPILS/STUDENTS

1. Specific Acts in Aggressive Behavior- are noisiness, teasing, unnecessary, talking,


quarreling, disorderliness, argumentation, inquisitiveness, anger, outburst, being
domineering, critical of others, resentful of critic, and interrupting.
2. Delinquent-Related Behavior- specific behavior in this group are: untruthfulness, fights,
destructiveness, cutting classes, staying away from home for considerable length of time,
taking articles, that belong to others, disobedience and smoking.
3. Withdrawing behavior- behavior in this classification are shyness, neglect of school
work, lack of confidence, unsocial behavior, sensitiveness, worry about things,
nervousness, and fearfulness.
4. Non- Complainant Behavior-Specific are untidiness, sloppiness,forgetfulness,and silly
behavior.

How to handle Difficult Person Personalities


Bill rogers classified five personalities and suggest how to handle them
1. The Chatterbox- this is talking pupil who always turns around to another and
whispers, talks or laugh even if the teachers or a classmate is explaining
Solution: To handle a chatterbox, give a position direction or reminder followed
by “thanks”. Focus on the desired behavior rather than the behavior you don’t
want
2. The debater- this personality is always present in every school. The debater always
has reasons and explanations for all the misbehaviors he is doing- why he does it,
why he does not, why it is unfair for him, or why the teacher always pick on him/her.
Solution: the teacher must avoid unnecessary power struggle. He must be civil.
Ignore his actions and reactions that will only extend the conflict but focus on the
primary behavior that resulted in the secondary behavior. Plan a follow-up
dialogue after class.

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3. The Sucker- a pupil who habitually transferred from one-seat to another to another
during class hours and chatted with other pupils/students.
Solution: For a while teacher ignored this annoying habit but later on directs the
pupil/student to go back to his own seat. Schedule a friendly chat with the pupil
after class to clarify what was happening during class the regarding his behavior.
4. The clinger- a pupil/student who need attention and teacher help insantly while the
teacher is checking others work.
Solution: to handle this king of personality, the teacher need’s tactical ignoring
wherein the teachers attention is focused on the flow of the lesson or on
acknowledging and reinforcing positive behavior. This way pupil notice that the
teacher only attends to pupil/ student who follows rules and just raise their hands and
wait.
5. The Boycoter- is one who does not do or procrastinates or just avoid doing a task
during the period
Solution: Deal with this kind of pupil by giving him directed choice with
consequence attached.
Example: Say “If you choose not to do the work now, you will have to do it
during your free time.”

DISCIPLINE AND CLASSROOM MANGEMENT


Suggested/ specific strategies
1. Right in the beginning act up standards of behaviors and allow no excetion
Example:
a. Silence during lining up, going in, and out of rooms, mobilizations,
recitation, other activities
b. Completion of work, assignments, test, projects, seatwork etc.,
c. Proper behaviors at all times, regular attendance, punctuality
d. Observation of school rules and regulation
2. Establish/ Implement routine procedures
a. What to do soon as students enter the room with or without the teacher.

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b. How to check attendance, homework, books, etc.,


c. Where to place things
d. How to take part in class activities
e. Listen attentively to the teacher, to anyone reciting
e.1 ask question when needed
e.2 stand quickly when called upon recite
e.3 do seatwork fast
E.4avoid unnecessary movements
f. How materials should be ready: ball pens, test papers of different sizes,
materials for experiments, theme notebooks.

WAYS TO HELP THE TEACHERS IN MAINTAINING GOOD DISCIPLINE

1. Show friendliness, patience and sympathy


2. Acquaint the pupils well with the rules and regulations of the school.
3. Make firm suggestions and decisions.
4. Teach and observe character education in all subjects in and out of the school.
5. Encourage them to participate in co-curricular activities like scouting, athletics, etc.
6. Let the pupils report anybody who commits misbehavior.
7. Be a model of good behavior in words and deeds.
8. Have misbehaving pupils relate a story.
9. Make the lesson interesting by the use of visual aids.
10. Keep the pupils busy and give them assignments for which they are responsible.
11. Guide the pupil’s interest properly.
12. Let the pupils feel that you have the trust and confidence in them.
13. Provide the school with playing apparatus and athletic equipment and enough space for
playing.

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Francisco T. Tabuloc
The Modern teacher
Vol. L, No.2 July 2001
Copyright 1976

CONCLUSION
The changing concepts of the nature of discipline are closely bound with the
changes in education and culture. The children select from their environment those
experiences which suit their purposes and interests and which are accepted by them and
put into practice.
Teachers are the parents of the children in schools and are expected to find ways
and means to solve the distinguishable disciplinary problems so as to mold the students
into human beings.

DAILY CLASSROOM ROUTINES


Teacher self-direction (observe routines)
 Attendance
 Passing of papers
 Getting materials
 Line formation
 Making assignments
 Other activities that need to be routinized

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MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT

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KNOW YOUR COOPERATING SCHOOL


(Mission and Vision of Your Cooperating School )

VISION:

We dream of Filipino is who passionately love their country and whose competencies
and values enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to building the
nation.
We are learner-centered public institution that continuously improves itself to pursue its mission.

MISSION:
To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture- based, and
complete basic education where:

 Students/ pupil learn in a child friendly, gender-sensitive, safe and motivating


environment.
 Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner.
 Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and supportive
environment for effective learning to happen.
 Family, community and other stakeholders are effectively engaged and share
responsibility for developing lifelong learners.

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SCHOOL FACILITIES

( School Library, School Canteen, Comfort and Rest Rooms, Audio, Visual Room,
Computer Room, Playground Equipment, Supply and Materials, School Clinic,
Guidance Center, Faculty Room and Others )

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART OF THE SCHOOL

SCHOOL’S OFFICER IN CHARGE

PTA HEAD TEACHER SSG

Grade 9 Grade 10
Grade7 Teacher Grade 8 Teacher
Teacher teacher

Guidance
counselor

Guard

Students

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REGULATIONS AND POLICIES OF THE SCHOOL

Personal appearance

 A student shall come to school clean, respectable and descent appearance.


 A student shall come to school proper, clean and complete uniform. This includes of
wearing shoes.
 A student is required to pin his/her ID in entering and during stay on campus.

Disciplinary Measure: Non-acceptance upon entering the gate.

Attendance and Punctuality

 Regularity and punctuality in attending classes is expected of each student.


 A student shall not be absent from school for any reason expect illness and for some
unavoidable circumstances beyond his control. In case of absent/s, a letter of excuse is
required from his/her parents/guardian.
 Cutting classes is strictly prohibited.
 Non-attendance in general and special assemble, ceremonies, programs or functions are
also considered an absence.

Disciplinary Measures:
First Offense - reprimand
Second offense - warning/conference with parents
Third offense - suspension/condition for acceptance
Fourth offense - dropped

Rules Regarding School Properties

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 Vandalism of all forms is strictly prohibited. Example of set of vandalism: writing,


drawing, or engraving on blackboards, chair, tables, walls, or any other school property.
 No student shall create danger/damage on any property of the school.
 No students shall take any school property (chairs, benches, tables, etc.) outside of
classrooms/buildings without permission from authorities concerned.
 Classrooms, libraries, comfort rooms and the likes shall be properly kept. No doors and
windows must be left opened in the afternoon.

General Rules
 Students are required to participate in the flag raising ceremonies. Nobody shall stay
inside classrooms or elsewhere during ceremonies.
 Shouting, howling, loud speaking and laughing inside the campus shall be avoided.
 During vacant periods, students shall stay in the library or elsewhere inside the campus,
but not in the classrooms or corridors.
 Student shall observe rules and regulations inside the library
 Peace and order shall be observe when inside the school campus
 Playing basketball and volleyball is strictly not allowed except during Physical Education
classes.
 Except during official business or transaction, no students are allowed to enter/ stay at the
Faculty Room and Principal’s Office

Disciplinary Measures:
First Offense - reprimand
Second offense - warning/conference with parents
Third offense - suspension/condition for acceptance
Fourth offense - expulsion

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Serious Offense/ Violation

 Obstruction or disruption of teaching, administrative or any school activity


 Disrespect , defiance or abusive behavior toward schoolmates and school authorities
 Possession, use, distribution or bringing on campus or into off-campus activities of
prohibited drugs, cigarettes and intoxicating drinks.
 Destruction of school properties
 Fighting or inflicting injury upon any member of the school community
 Coming to school under the influence of drugs or alcohol
 Dishonesty, stealing ,cheating, malversation of class or school funds, extortion,
gambling, dating and any offense similar to any of the above

Disciplinary Measures:
First Offense - reprimand
Second offense - warning/conference with parents
Third offense - suspension/condition for acceptance
Fourth offense - expulsion

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DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF THE SCHOOL

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CHAPTER V
MY DAILY PERFORMANCES IN THE LEARNING EPISODES

November 12, 2018

On the first day, I was endorsed to Mrs.Edelina G. Mallari a Mathematics teacher

to be my cooperating teacher. I was very happy in observing her class, she easily disciplines her

students but in the good ways. I really admired her when she was teaching because she always

used motivation with visual materials that she needed in the lesson. She mastered Math subject

and executed every lesson very well,when it comes to students, they are very active and talented.

November 13, 2018

It was 13,2018 when I started my observation, I was assigned by my cooperating

teacher Mrs. Edelina G. Mallari to observe and see strategies and techniques in handling such

different kinds of students with different learnig styles and behaviors. I was very excited and

quite nervous because I am in the beginning of a different task of my studying.

November 14, 2018

On the foggy Monday of my first week in Diosdado Macapagal High School, the

usual morning assembly was attended by the whole school community follwed by a morning

exercise. I finally got my schedule, according to this I must complex 8 hours of observation and

participation with my cooperating teacher Mrs. Edelina G. Mallari.

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November 15, 2018

This day a new lesson was disscused it was all about Permutations. My

cooperating teacher instruct one student to read the selection , while the other students follows

the reading with their eyes, afterwards my cooperating teacher disscused the lesson using

chalkboard, visual aids and she let her students to discover and create their own formula . The

lesson was disscused very well, my cooperating teacher used many activities for the students.

November 19, 2018

Monday morning my second week in Diosdado Macapagal High School. The usual

morning assembly was attended by the whole school community, followed by a morning

exercise, a new lesson for today Maam Mallari is very well in teaching, she uses different

activities and games and I assist the students to their activities.

November 20, 2018

It is too early so I decided to go in the room to have a bonding with my students and

to check also if the classroom is already cleaned. The students were asking why i chose my

course, simply smiled and said ‘ Because I like it.’ I really love teaching and it makes me

fulfilled. When it is already time, we started our lesson for today . The lesson is hard so I

presented the topic on the step by step basis. I also introduced the famous ‘ Pythagorean

theorem’ to the students. I provided them an example then, I asked them to group themselves

because I will be going to give them a group activity.

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November 21, 2018

Like what I did to my class yesterday, I discussed the topic in a broad range to grade

10. It is easy to discussed the lesson because most of them are participating in our lesson. I used

the things that they can see around the room so that it will be easier for them to understand the

lesson. And they easily cope up with the topics that we have. We end up the lesson with a simple

quotation.

November 22, 2018

Yesterday, I helped my cooperating teacher to her activities, on my first encounter

with my cooperating teacher ,I realized that she was not strict at all, she was willing to help me

and she was very approachable. She immediately handed me reference book and some inspiring

words for me to go on.

November 23, 2018

Today , my cooperating teacher Maam Mallari gave her students an activity and it

is all about Permutations and Combinations. I asked my resource teacher for permission to have

a walk around the room so I can check if the students really understood the lessons and to

monitor if there are students cheating.

December 03, 2018

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Monday, my fourth week in Diosdado Macapagal High School, the usual morning

assembly, flag ceremony, followed by morning exercise, Mrs. Edelina G. Mallari my

cooperating teacher said that she will give me a lesson to disccuss. I seated on the back so that I

can easily observe my cooperating teacher and my students.

December 04, 2018

For this day a new leson was discussed, the Union and Intersection. I used manila

paper for their activity.

I realized that it is very important on making an instructional materials for better

understanding and learning.

December 06, 2018

For today a new lesson was discussed and a new instructional materials was used,

I used rope as my instructonal material during the activity I am so glad that my students were

very interested and they listened very well to the discussion.

December 10, 2018

Our lesson for today was all about Independent Method, My cooperating teacher

asked me to draw on the board, afterwards, the students described the relationship between the

two image on the board.

December 11, 2018

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For this day my cooperating teacher assigned me to continue the discussion of

Independent Method. The discussion was quick because most of the students were participative.

After the discussion I gave the students an activity and checked their answers on the board.

December 12, 2018

For this day, a new lesson was discussed, it was about Dependent Method. Prior

to the discussion, I grouped my students into four groups. I discussed the lesson using a white

board and manila paper. The discussion was successful because I got the students attention

during the interactive activity

December 13, 2018

I gave an exam about Indepent and Dependent Method to evaluate the students

mastery of the lesson. I gave the remaining time for the students to have a meeting about their

Christmas Party tomorrow.

January 07-09, 2019

The most awaited day of the new year. We went to the Holy Spirit Retreat House in

Baguio City. My classmates, and as well as schoolmates, enjoyed the cold weather there. We all

ate together in the dining hall, attended mass, the seminars, the workshops provided for us and

our quick tour around the city.

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January 14, 2019

The first day of the year going back to Diosdado Macapagal Highschool. The day

was spent just observing the students since it’s just the new year. I’m also still adjusting and

catching up with their lesson since their classes resumed last week – January 7, 2019.

January 15, 2019

For this day, I came in late in the morning. Instead of 5:50AM, I got to school at

6:53AM that’s why my cooperating teacher didn’t let me discuss anymore. She asked to go to

SBM Office to fix the documents there. For the afternoon, my cooperating teacher asked me to

teach the Grade 9 students.

January 16, 2019

Today, I was late again for my internship. I got to school after the second bell. I

went straight to the Public Assistance Desk (PAD) for my shift. I assisted the visitors and alumni

on what they needed and where they needed to go.

January 17, 2019

Went back to the regular routine of teaching. Checking of attendance, classroom

management, discussion, followed by sets of activities about the discussion.

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January 21, 2019

I arrived at 6:21 am, since it’s Monday so I attended the flag ceremony. After I went to

the faculty to check the notebooks of the students and record it, I then told my resource teacher

about my final demo on what I should do. Then she told me that the following day I will be the

one to teach so that I will master the name of my students and give me the chance talk to them

about my local demonstration next week .

January 22, 2019

I arrived at 6:17am in the morning. I took the chance to prepare all the materials needed

for my local demo. Then I entered the room of Grade 10 around 6:23am. I only gave a group

activity for today’s lesson and it seems that they really enjoyed having a group activity. So I

gave them 15 minutes to answer the activity. And afterwards I asked a question regarding the

activity. For every correct answer I add it as the grade in their group recitation and to their

individual score.

I attended the class of Grade 9-C wherein we have a group activity about their new

lesson. At first they find it hard to understand the instruction but afterwards they really love the

game that I gave to them.

January 23, 2019

I only have one subject to attend for today which are the Grade 10-G. Because of the

competition some teachers are not in the school as well as my cooperating teacher so what I did

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is I discussed the Introduction of Measures of Positions. The definition, and some words

connected to this topic. After the discussion I told them that the following weeks will have a

topic using a calculator so as early as now, they need to buy or borrow a calculator.

After my class in the GRADE 10-G. I decided to revised my lesson plan for my local

demo because I have some grammatical errors in my lesson plan. And as early as now is I need

to finish my lesson plan so that I can prefer all the materials that we will going to used.

January 24, 2019

My resource teacher gave me time to prepare for my upcoming local demo. So she is the

one who taught in the class. And every time I have a question about my demo, I always asked a

question to her.

January 28, 2019

Monday, my 8th week in Diosdado Macapagal High School, the usual morning

assembly, flag ceremony, followed by morning exercise, Mrs. Edelina G. Mallari my

cooperating teacher said that she will give me a lesson to disccuss then, the next class I am the

one who discussed our lesson after the discussion I gave them a board work.

January 29, 2019

Today, I am excited to my local demo tomorrow. And Ma’am Edelina said she is the one

who discuss today so that I will have a time to prepare for my local demo and she told me to

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finish my lesson plan for my final demo so she can check it as early as possible. Because my

final demo is next week.

January 30, 2019

Preparing for my local demo is my all day activity today. The students are very

cooperative with me making myself happy and graced. This students that I’ve taught throughout

my last semester in college, this students who I taught are noisy and playful are now in front of

me helping me to make my local demo successful.

February 04, 2019

Since it is my final demo, I have to make sure that everything is in order. I arrived early

in school at 6:43 am. I prepared all my materials that I will use and of course the room itself. I

feel nervous but I want this day to be a memorable one for me.

My students wished me good luck. These words boosted my self-confidence and the

nervousness changed into a feeling of being a confident teacher in front of intelligent students.

All I want now is to show the best in me. To show my hidden knowledge and my passion in

teaching. As they entered the room, Dr. Dean Villegas, Ma’am Sally Calalang, and my

cooperating teacher Ma’am Edelina G. Mallari everything happened according to plan. I

remained smilling throughout my final demo. The students cooperated on the discussion making

myself feel confident at every moment. I felt relaxed. At first I was nervous but as the time goes

by, the nervousness is fading. That is because I realized what I’ve chosen to be. This is me, a

math educator. After the demo, I feel relieved. Everyone is congratulating me for my

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performance . and I feel proud of myself. Now, I feel that I am really teacher. I thank God for

this blessing. I feel blessed all the time. Thanks God!

February 05, 2019

Holiday (Chinese new year)

February 06 , 2019

As I entered the class of 10-G the only words that came out to my mouth was THANK

YOU 10-G. Then, I told them to bring their calculator tomorrow because I’ll be teaching them

how to use it. After recess I went to the class of 10-C and I discussed the lesson that I taught with

the 10-G. I saw the eagerness in them to learn because of the activity and the song that I gave

them. After that, I gave a simple quiz to my students.

I attended the class of Grade 9-C wherein there lesson is all about The six trigonometric

function. At first I gave the important words that they need to remember before I go directly to

the lesson.

February 07, 2019

I gave only a quiz to 10-G wherein most of them got a high score. What I have noticed

with the student was, when there is a song or an activity they easily get the lesson and they easily

understand the topic. And everyone is participating in the discussion.

After my class with the 10-G is I left the school because there is no more class because of

the releasing of cards and there will be a general assembly regarding the up coming event.

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February 11-12, 2019

I asked my cooperating teacher Ma’am Edelina Mallari after the first bell that I will be

going to the PAD’s for my shift and after my shift I will leave the school to attend the practice

for Mr. and Miss SMACP 2019 which is a part in celebrating our foundation day.

February 13, 2019

A lot of extracurricular activities happened for this week because of the visitors and the

different competitions. That’s why my resource teacher told me that it’s ok if I will not attend the

class for the whole week. But before I left the school I made sure that I checked the notebooks

and recorded the quizzes of the students.

I am tired because of my schedule I need to wake up 4:30am in the morning to attend my

class in Diosdado Macapagal High School then, after my duties and responsibilities there I need

to go to Smacp to practice the production number, the blockings for the different categories and

for my talent. February 13, 2019 is our pre-pageant though I have a fever and sore eyes, I need to

give my best and enjoy the moment whatever happens.

February 14, 2019

I am so blessed and thankful because I don’t have fever anymore but still, I feel that I am

tired and I need to attend the last practice for the coronation night .

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February 15, 2019

Today is the cornation day, all of us are busy but I am proud of my fellow candidates

because I see that there is no competition between us and we treat each other as siblings from

practice up to the coronation night we enjoy every moment that we have. At the back stage we

shared our mistakes that we did during our performance, we dance everytime that we have a

moment with the CSC officers, we laugh, we help each other, and we do crazy things but what

we want is to give happiness to all the students, teachers, admin, and to all of our supporters. I

didn’t expect that I would be able to join the top 3. Then, after all I did my best without any

expectation because to be honest I just wanted the day end to eat and have a more than 8 hours of

sleep. A few moments they announced that I’m the Mr. SMACP 2019. I am thankful and blessed

not because of the crown and sash that I have but because of the bonding and moment that I had

with my fellow candidates. An amazing experience that I consider as treasure than the crown,

sash and trophy that I got

February 18, 2019

Monday, my 11th week in Diosdado Macapagal High School, the usual

morning assembly, flag ceremony, followed by morning exercise, Mrs. Edelina G. Mallari (my

cooperating teacher), Ma’an Sally Calalang (the Coordinating teacher in math) congratulate me

and even my students congratulated me. I said thank you because most of them were there to

support me and I could say that I’m so lucky to have students like them because they are always

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there for me in all of my success in life. I am the one who discussed after the discussion activity

and this time I gave them an assignment. After class they asked me to go somewhere to celebrate

my win and all the successful event that happened for the month of February.

February 19, 2019

First we checked their assignment, after checking their assignment I gave them 10

minutes to review and ask a question before I give them a long test about the Measure’s of

position. ( quartile, decile, and percentile). Then, after 10 minutes I posted on the board their

activity. Most of them are worked quietly and as usual there are still some questions. After they

answered I collected the papers and answered their activity on the board.

February 20-21, 2019

Looking for job

February 25, 2019

Holiday

February 26- March 1, 2019

Foundation Day of Diosdado Macapagal High School. A lot of extracurricular activities

happened for this week because of the visitors and the different competitions. That’s why our

resource told us that it’s ok if we will not attend the class for the whole week. But before we

leave the school we made sure that we already checked the notebooks and recorded the quizzes

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of the students. But we attended the foundation day because Ma’am Sally told us that we have a

photobooth and we are the one who's in charge of it.

March 11-13, 2019

My last week in Diosdado Macapagal High School. I already said goodbye to all my

students. I told them that being one of their teacher was a great challenge for me because of their

unexplainable attitude towards their teachers. I told them to enjoy their life in a good way, do

their duty and responsibility as a students and live their life to the fullest so that when time

comes they will not feel sorry about what they did when they are in high school. And if they

want to be respected by someone they need to respect also. I ended the class with a simple

quotation “ Don’t rush things. If something is going to happen, it’ll happen at the right time, with

the righ person and for the best reason.”

March 14, 2019

This will be my last day to teach in the class of 10-G. I really wanted to cry because they

became big part of my college life and I really blessed to have them as one of my students. They

are very approachable, kind, helpful, and they have respect especially to their teacher. Despite

the fact that most of them are noisy, they see to it that they listened whenever there is a teacher

inside the room. And one things that made me cry are the letters they gave me. Different kind of

students but still they have unity. And they really respected me though I’m just a student-teacher.

CHAPTER VI
EVALUATION OF EXPERIENCES

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( Common Teachers Situation and Problems )

Not just few but all of the teachers encounter many and different problems in their
teaching. These common teachers situation and problems are avoidable, whether these are
problems with students or problems with their chosen field.

Here are some lists of teachers common problem:


 Students come to class late.
 Students show lack of interest to listen in the discussion.
 Students performed poorly on their exams, seatwork, quizzes, and other activities.
 Students do not participate in the discussion
 Students are distracted from any other activities they have seen outside the classroom.
 Students cheat on assignments and exams.
 Students complain about their grades.
 Students do not pass their project or group project.
 Students are bored, inattentive, and unmotivated.
 The students keep on talking during discussion.
 Students become overly depend on teacher.

PROBLEMS MET DURING PRACTICE

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At first I taught teaching is a very easy job. But as the times passes by Teaching is
the hardest profession you’ll ever love, because you will deal with the different kinds of
students. As a teacher you need to know what are you going to do, in order for you to
handle the individual differences of your students. Whether we like or not, we have to
face the reality that we cannot avoid problems. They come to us unexpectedly. Specially,
when you have a students who need to have a special attention.
There are some problems that I have experienced during my practice teaching in
San Juan High School. These are;
 Lack of basic facilities
 Scarcity in textbooks
 Bully students
 Not enough Educational Technology
 Overcrowded class
 Insufficient Instructional Materials
 Short student’s attention span
 Over workload
 Doing lesson plans everyday
 Thinking of new strategies everyday
 Long distance to school, that’s why i need to wake up early
 Tardiness of students

CO – CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES PARTICIPATED


( Snapshots of your Participation in School Activities )

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AUXILLIARY SERVICES
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‘’DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN MATHEMATICS Grade 9’’

I. Objectives
At the end of 60 minutes discussion 75% of the students are expected to :
a. Compute the roots of the numbers
b. Appreciate perfect square
c. identify whether the number is rational or irrational
II. Subject Matter
Topic; Square Roots
Reference; Mathematics K-12
Pages; 197-201
Materials; flash cards, visual aids, laptop, chalkboard, mathboard

III. Procedure

Teachers activity Students Activity

A. Routinary Activities
a. Prayer
b. Cleaning the Classroom
c. Checking the Attendance
B. Review
Before we proceed to our new lesson,
let’s have a review on our past lesson.
Yesterday we discussed about fraction
as exponent.
Who wants to simplify 9 ½? 9 is 3
Yes Anna? None Ma’am
Very Good, any question so far?
C. Motivation
Are you familiar with the game Fun
ways to think? It is something similar Yes Ma’am
with 4 Pick 1 Word.
I have different pictures and you will
name each picture. Using this jumbled ( Students will name the picture)
letters.
What comes to your mind, when you
combined all the idea’s. Square root
Excellent!
D. Presentation
There are two questions on the board,
who wants to read. Yes Cath? 1. What is the square of 16?
2. What is the square root of 16?

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E. Discussion
Isn’t you already encounter this
topic last grading period in quadratic
equation.? Yes, Ma’am!
So you have already the idea on how
to get the square root of a certain
number.
Let’s focus on the second
problem. Square root of 16. The
symbol is what we called the radical
symbol, while the number inside is
the radicand.
On the given problem you get the
answer 4. Where did you get 4?
What about when you square 4.?
You will get the answer of 16.
Based on the given problem how can
you define square root.? It is the number that when you multiply
Very Good! by itself to give you that number.
Square root of a number it’s just a
inverse of square.
“ I know a tree, but what is the root that made
it.?
In this case the tree is 9 and the root is 3 ‘’
3x3=9
√9 = 3
How about when squaring negative
numbers? Because 2 x 2 = 4 3 x 3 = 9 4 x 4= 16 and
-3 x -3 = 9 soon.
So the square root of 9 could be +3 and -3.
What about when I say Perfect square?
Why 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100 is called
a perfect square?
Therefore the number that when you
multiply by itself is called Perfect Square.
Remember that all the square root of
perfect square are rational and the square root
of not perfect square are Irrational number. ( They will do the activity)

Let’s have a game called Finding your


Perfect Match I prepare here a heart where in it
is broken and it has a whole number and you
will find the square root of this. I need 10 boys
and 10 girls, who will find . Who wants to try?

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Once you get your partner go in front


and discuss your answer.

Let’s have another game go to your


group now and form a circle and get your math
board. The group that we will win will be
exempted to the quiz and have a additional p.s
grade to your recitation. n.p.s
As I present to you the number, n.p.s
identify the Expression which are perfect n.p.s
square or not? p.s
1. 16
2. 15
3. 324
4. 300
5. 1024

Now you will identify if they are i.r


rational or irrational number. Write I.R r
and r in your math board i.r
r
Square root of 3
Square root of 15
Square root of 324
Square root of300
Square root of 124

F. Fixation of skills.
Complete the table. Obtain the
principal square root
a
6
10
13

G. Valuing
Let’s appreciate Perfect Square.
Have you ever watch the movie ‘ A
Perfect Life?’
Do you think there is such thing
as a perfect person or perfect life?
Are you contented and a happy
person? If not, what is it that you It is the inverse of square.
still want?

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H. Generalization
Before we have a quiz, when we
say the word square root what do
we mean by it ?

Very good class!

IV. EVALUATION
Compute for the square root of the number
1. 1
2. 144
3. 441
4. 0
5. 49
V. Assignment
Identify each square root as rational or irrational
1. 100
2. 8
3. 24
4. 196
5. 9

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DEMONSTRATION LESSON PLAN

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MATHEMATICS GRADE 9

“FINDING THE TRIGONOMETRIC


RATIO OF THE GIVEN ANGLE 𝜽”

Prepared by: Jerico C. Dizon


Bsed-Math IV

“Detailed Lesson Plan in Mathematics 9”


I. Objectives

At the end of 60 minutes discussion, 75% of the students will be able to;
 Name the six trigonometric ratios of the given triangle
 Find the values of the six trigonometric ratios of a given angle 𝜃
 Show equality of the ratio of the sides of triangles with the same angle 𝜃

II. Subject Matter

Topics: Finding the values of trigonometric ratio


References: Grade 9 Mathematics Module
Pages: 432-435
Materials: clock, cartolina, manila paper, laptop, projector, chalk and board

III. Procedures
Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity

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A. Preparatory Activities
a. Routinary Activities
-prayer
-cleaning the classroom
-checking of attendance

b. Review
Before we proceed to the continuation of our
lesson, let’s have first a review of our past lesson.
What is our past lesson?
Yes___? It’s all about the Introduction of Trigonometric Ratio
Ok, Good!
And what are those?
Yes_____? Sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant and cotangent
Precisely!
If I have a clock here at 3:00 am. What angle was
formed by the hands of the clock?
Yes___? It is right angle
Ok Very Good!
If we draw a segment joining the tip of the
hands of the clock. What kind of triangle was It is a right triangle
formed?
If we have 3 as our vertex. What will be the side
opposite to 3? Is it the shorter hand? Or the longer
hand? The longer hand
Yes____? The shorter hand
How about the adjacent to 3?
And what do we call to the new side that we The hypotenuse
have?
Yes_____?
If we give values for the sides as 3 and 4. What
will be the value of hypotenuse? 𝑎2 + 𝑏 2 = 𝑐 2
Who wants to solve? c= √32 + 42
Yes____? c= 5

Very Good! None ma’am


Any question so far?

c. Motivation
Let’s all watch the short presentation for ( The students will watch the video)
trigonometric ratio. Listen attentively, afterwards
I will ask question related to the video.
What is the short video all about? It’s all about SohCah Toa
Yes______?

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What is the ratio of sin 𝜃 𝑜𝑝𝑝𝑜𝑠𝑖𝑡𝑒


Sin𝜃 = ℎ𝑦𝑝𝑜𝑡𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠𝑒
Yes____? 𝑎𝑑𝑗𝑎𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑡
How about the ratio of cos𝜃? Cos𝜃=ℎ𝑦𝑝𝑜𝑡𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠𝑒
And the ratio of tan 𝜃? 𝑜𝑝𝑝𝑜𝑠𝑖𝑡𝑒
Tan𝜃= 𝑎𝑑𝑗𝑎𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑡
How about their reciprocal?
ℎ𝑦𝑝𝑜𝑡𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠𝑒
Yes___? Csc𝜃 = 𝑜𝑝𝑝𝑜𝑠𝑖𝑡𝑒
ℎ𝑦𝑝𝑜𝑡𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠𝑒
Sec 𝜃 = 𝑎𝑑𝑗𝑎𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑡
𝑎𝑑𝑗𝑎𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑡
Cot𝜃 = ℎ𝑦𝑝𝑜𝑡𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠𝑒
Very Good!
B. Presentation of the lesson
a. Activity

I. Complete the table below. Find the lengths


of the indicated segments. Use the division in the
grid and represents it as 1 unit.

SIG SNO SET ( The students will complete the table)


GI= ON= TE=
SG= SO= ST=
GI/SG= ON/ SO= TE/ST=
I will only give you 5 minutes for the activity.
After you complete the table, post it in the
blackboard. The first one who will finish will
have additional points.
What did you notice when you get the ratio of
every triangle? The ratio of all the triangles are the same.
Yes Group____?
Very Good! Yes Ma’am
How about the other group do you come up
with the same answer?
b. Discussion
I have here a triangle
M
5
15
𝜃
L 12 o
𝑎2 + 𝑏 2 = 𝑐 2
Given the right triangle MLO with the measure
of the sides, find the value of the hypotenuse? c=√52 + 122
Yes____? c= 13
Explain your work.
Now we have all the value of the sides we can
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triangle.
Who wants to get the values of sin𝜃? 5
Sin 𝜃 = 3
Yes____? 𝑂𝑝𝑝𝑜𝑠𝑖𝑡𝑒
Where did you get it? Sin 𝜃 = ℎ𝑦𝑝𝑜𝑡𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠𝑒
Precisely!
Remember that we need to get the ratio of the
six trigonometric ratios. And substitute the given
value.
Let’s have another activity.
Complete this table using these numbers and
find their trigonometric ratios.
Sin𝜃 = csc𝜃 =
cos𝜃 = Sec𝜃= ( The students will answer the question)
Tan𝜃 cot𝜃=
Group____, what is the ratio of cos𝜃?
How about the tan𝜃?
Csc𝜃?
Sec𝜃?
𝑎𝑑𝑗𝑎𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑡
Cot𝜃? Because Cos𝜃=ℎ𝑦𝑝𝑜𝑡𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠𝑒
Very Good!
12
Where did you get cos𝜃 = 13?
Yes____? Sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant and cotangent
Exactly!
C. Generalization
Let us name the six trigonometric ratios. What
are they?
Yes____?
Very Good!
D. Application
Fixation of skills
Let’s have a game “Blast It” Yes Ma’am
You have 15 seconds to answer the questions.
Write the letter of your answer in the illustration
board.
Is that clear?

𝑜𝑝𝑝𝑜𝑠𝑖𝑡𝑒
1. The ratio of _____ is 𝑎𝑑𝑗𝑎𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑡
a. Sine
b. Cosine
c. Tangent
d. Secant
𝑜𝑝𝑝𝑜𝑠𝑖𝑡𝑒
2. The ratio of _____ is ℎ𝑦𝑝𝑜𝑡𝑒𝑛𝑢𝑠𝑒

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a. Sine
b. Cosine
c. Tangent
d. Secant

12 20
𝜃
16
3. What is the value of the ratio of sin𝜃?
a. 12/20
b. 16/20
c. 20/16
d. 12/16
4. What is the value of the ratio of cos𝜃?
a. 16/20
b. 12/20
c. 20/16
d. 11/20

5. What is the value of the ratio of sec 𝜃?


a. 20/16
b. 16/20
c. 12/20
d. 16/12
E. Valuing
“All men are pretty much alike , It is by
customs that they are set apart”
What does it mean?
In our activity in getting the ratio. Isn’t the
ratio of our triangle remains the same, no matter
how big or small the triangle is. You also learned Cooperation and unity
in AralingPanlipunan the different religion, races
etc. that we have. In this class not all of you are
pure Kapampangan, not all of you are good in
Mathematics. But what did you in your group
activity to come up with the same answers? None Ma’am
Yes_____?
Very Good!
Despite of the individual differences that you
have you is you manage to come up with the
same answers.
Any question for today’s lesson class?

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IV. Evaluation
Find the values of the six trigonometric ratios of a given angle 𝜃
C

15
9

A 12 T
1. Sine 4. Cosecant
2. Cosine 5. Secant
3. Tangent 6. Tangent
V. Assignment
Refer to the figure below. Find each ratio
L
25 24 25

M 7 N 7 O
a. Sin d. Tan
b. Cos e. Sin
c. Sec f. Cot

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MY REFLECTION/ INSIGHTS ABOUT TEACHING

Teaching is the hardest profession you’ll ever love. Being a teacher means you have to
offer the rest of your life rendering service to our country by sharing your knowledge, thoughts
and learning’s to students which are considered to be the future leaders and professionals of our
country. You have to set your goals at transforming each student into a socially, morally,
spiritually and intellectual person wherein you are the one to motivate them to showcase their
talents, signify dignity and develop their selves into better person.
Teaching for me is a passion. You won’t do it if you don’t want it. You won’t be able to
teach if you don’t have the eagerness to share. You won’t be a great teacher if on yourself, you
don’t want to be. A teacher comes at person who loves learning. It comes to a person who really
loves seeing others developing their talents. A teacher is not just who graduated a four years
degree course. It begins in someone who wants to share the science inside of him/her. A teacher
starts at everyone’s home. A mother can be a teacher to her children, like a chicken that can be a
teacher to his chicks.
Let me give you my insights about the word ‘TEACH’.

“T” is for talent. It is a gift of God. You can be the greatest engineer or a best scientist,
but remember that all this professionals started their career and lower years with nothing. Our
teachers are the one who help them to fully develop their talents, to expand their learning’s.
“E” is for eagerness. You won’t be a best teacher if you don’t have the eagerness to teach
and share knowledge. Eagerness stands for one’s passion. It is the passion that tells where a
person will be happy and completely satisfied. Showing the eagerness to teach leads student’s
eagerness to learn. From here, you can be a best teacher.
“A” is for attentive. A teacher has to be attentive. He/she is the role model in the class.
Not the valedictorian, or the salutatorian nor the class president. Respect and discipline starts on
the teachers. His/her attitudes reflects on his/her students.

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“C” is for cultivate. Like a plant that have to be cultivated for it to grow so maturely and
fruitful. A teacher have to cultivate knowledge to every student to allow them expand what is
inside on them. Teaching is helping students to develop and show their hidden knowledge and
talents. Cultivation allows each student to become widely familiar on the science of everything.
It’s all where professionals started:the cultivation of dreams.
“H” is for harmony. Harmony by definition is to account for the order and arrangement
of things in their various forms. A teacher like a harmony ensures that everything in his/ her
class is in order, introducing discipline. He/she harmonize everything inside the room or within
the vicinity of the school.

Teaching by profession is actually exciting and challenging. At first you might be


somewhat nervous but as the time goes by, nervousness will fade. That is because I realized what
I am doing is what I want to do in my life. This is my passion. This is what I’ve chosen to be.
This is me, a math teacher.

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SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Practice teaching is an opportunity given to the student teachers to develop and improve
his/her professional practice in a real classroom. It is an experience in the field of teaching where
student teachers are able to observe the entire work of the school and to participate actively in all
the important professional activities of a teacher both in and out of the classroom. Practice
teaching is very important to us students who chose to be teacher someday. It is this immersion
into the real world at school that prepares us in making the transition from trainee from trainee to
professional. The aims of the teaching practice experience are to provide opportunities to student
teachers like us to integrate theory and practice and work collaboratively with and learned from
the teacher

Everybody says that life of a teacher is never that easy, we should be a good role model
to our students. As an individual engaged to this kind of profession, he/she must possess all the
traits that will make him/her to be a stronger person, most especially on dealing with students of
different personalities.
For almost three years of observing and participating, I gained a lot of knowledge on how
to be an effective and efficient teacher. It takes an efforts and sacrifices for a teacher to transform
the minds and qualities of her students. It also takes heart to touch the heart of the individuals.
A teacher is just a noun that needs an adjective which is effort. Teaching by profession is
actually exciting and challenging. At first you might be somewhat nervous but as the time goes
by, nervousness will fade. That is because I realized what I am doing is what I want to do in my
life. This is my passion. This is what I’ve chosen to be. This is me, a MATH TEACHER.

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APPENDICES

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APPENDIX A

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APPENDIX B

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APPENDIX C

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APPENDIX D

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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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APPENDIX E

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APPENDIX F

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APPENDIX G

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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
(045) 875 2406 to 07; 0915.2010.400
Saintmarysangelscollege@yahoo.com

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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
(045) 875 2406 to 07; 0915.2010.400
Saintmarysangelscollege@yahoo.com

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(045) 875 2406 to 07; 0915.2010.400
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APPENDIX H

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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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APPENDIX H

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APPENDIX I

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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
(045) 875 2406 to 07; 0915.2010.400
Saintmarysangelscollege@yahoo.com

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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Foundation Day
(SMACP Braver @14)

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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
(045) 875 2406 to 07; 0915.2010.400
Saintmarysangelscollege@yahoo.com

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Olongapo-Gapan Road, Sta. Ana, Pampanga
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Certified Marian Angels


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Jerico C. Dizon
Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in
Mathematics

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