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PRELIMINARIES

LUPANG HINIRANG

Bayang magiliw, Perlas ng Silanganan Alab ng puso, sa dibdib moy buhay Lupang hinirang, duyan ka ng magiting Sa manlulupig, Di ka pasisiil Sa dagat at bundok Sa simoy at sa langit mong bughaw, May dilag ang tula At awit sa paglayang minamahal, Ang kislap ng watawat mo’y Tagumpay na nagniningning Ang bituin at araw niya Kailan pa ma’y di magdidilim Lupa ng araw ng luwalhati’t pagsinta Buhay ay langit sa piling mo Amimg ligaya na pag may mang-aapi Ang mamatay nang dahil Sa’yo.

Panatang Makabayan Iniibig ko ang Pilipinas,
Aking lupang sinilangan,
Tahanan ng aking lahi,
Kinukupkop ako at tinutulungan
Maging malakas, masipag at marangal.
Dahil mahal ko ang Pilipinas,
Diringgin ko ang payo
Ng aking magulang,
Susundin ko ang tuntunin ng paaralan,
Tutuparin ko ang tungkulin
Ng mamamayang makabayan:
Naglilingkod, nag-aaral at nagdarasal
Ng buong katapatan
Iaalay ko ang aking buhay,
Pangarap, pagsisikap
Sa bansang Pilipinas

Panunumpa sa Watawat ng Pilipinas

Ako ay Pilipino.
Buong katapatang nanunumpa
Sa watawat ng Pilipinas
At sa bansang kanyang isinasagisag
Na may dangal, katarungan at kalayaan
Na ipinakikilos ng sambayanang makadiyos, makakalikasan, makatao at makabansa TEACHER’S MEDITATION

What wonder do I see in thee?
O little child who comes to me,
And looks into my eyes as though
You’ll find the truths you want to know.
Such question, child, I wish to know
Just how to answer them for you
Yes, how I long for wisdom too,
When question come to me from you.
“Who made the stars? What is the moon?
Why does it rain? What time is noon?
Who put the clouds up in the sky?
What makes the trees grow up so high?”
“Why do the leaves turn brown and red?
Just how are baby robins fed?
What makes me hear? How do I see?
Who put me here and who made me?”
“Does someone put the stars away?
Does Jesus hear the prayer I say?
How does the bee make honey combs?
Are there real fairies, eves and gnomes? Great wonders do I see in thee
O little child who learns from me
Dear little questioner, each day
I’II confidently smiles and prays.
That I shall know the thing you ask
Nor weary grow in my great task
A child to teach; come child to me
Great wonders in your mind I see.

ALMA MATER SONG

This day we sing our
Heartfelt praises,
To WEST NEGROS our
Alma Mater Dear;
With throbbing hearts
And lips with ringing voices;
We raise to heaven our
Grateful thanks fore’er.
CHORUS:
Alma Mater dear;
We love thee now and evermore,
May thy years be filled with blessings
Beloved West Negros.
(West Negros University)
Thou hast set our feet on firmer grounds
Of faith and truth thou hast taught us to pursue,
Faith that ascends to
Keep kinship with God
Truth that links us with men bold and true.
Here’s a song to our dear West Negros
We’ll keep thy honor undimmed and ever bright,
We pledge that from thy treasured halls we’ll be
Led by thy Spirit in darkness or in light.

WEST NEGROS UNIVERSITY

VISION:

West Negros University will become a leading institution of learning in the Visayas by 2012.

MISSION:

To provide an excellent education that is Christian in orientation, holistic in approach, Filipino in character, global in perspective and geared towards the total development of a person.

INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES:

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

1. To provide quality education responsive to the needs and goals of community and country;
2. To provide healthy, morally & spiritually upright citizens with desirable and acceptable personal and social values;

3. To provide opportunities for involvement in activities that will promote physical and spiritual fitness, cultural and environmental consciousness, and a sense of national identity;

4. To instill and foster the appropriate and relevant attitudes, skills and knowledge to become productive, concerned, and involved members of society.

5. To help discover and develop the individual’s intellectual and creative powers, leadership potentials and self-esteem

6. To cultivate the habit of critical thinking and scientific approach in problem solving and decision making;

7. To educate the individual in a wholesome atmosphere characterized by responsive academic freedom, mutual respect, cooperation and WESNECAN FELLOWSHIP.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

1. To strengthen research capabilities of faculty and students in order to publish researches in referred journals.

2. To strengthen and increase linkages with local, regional, national and international organizations.

3. To intensify participation of faculty, staff, students and alumni in the community extension programs.

4. To strongly support training for faculty and staff in the use of technology and information resources to enhance teaching, learning and to improve productivity and service quality.

5. To create more opportunities for alumni to participate and support institutional programs, projects and activities.

6. To recruit and retain faculty and staff with outstanding professional qualifications and commitment to advance the college’s vision, mission and objectives.

7. To upgrade and complete major facilities projects identified in the current campus improvement program. 8. To attract incoming students with the potential of becoming competent leaders endowed with desirable and acceptable personal and social values.

9. To regularly revise/enhance curricula to meet the global needs and demands of the industries.

SPECIAL INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES

WEST Negros University is committed to:

1. Provide educational opportunities that will produce well-balanced and holistically integrated persons equipped with knowledge, skills and attitude that will make them just and productive members of their community and country.
2. Instill in her students and graduates spiritual anchor, the sense of concern for others, the environment and the country, and the will to achieve free and peaceful society.
3. Produce graduates who have unconditional gratitude and deep sense of responsibility to the Filipino society and culture bold and willing to offer their capabilities for a harmonious and progressive world.

WESNECAN CREDO

West Negros University subscribes to the tenet that the best education is that which best prepares the youth to be good members of society and that the nurture and tutelage of the total person is a calling and a noble trust.
Wesnecans are therefore taught to believe:
That faith in God gives purpose, meaning and fulfillment in human life:
That human life, welfare and freedom are sacred manifestations of Divine Providence and must therefore be so valued and treasured:
That social contracts and democratic institutions exist for the benefit and betterment of man and the realization of the inspirations and destiny:
The personal dignity and honor is above life::
That service to the country and people is above self:
The labor is honor and virtue is its own reward:
That personal discipline is the foundation of social order and progress:
That government must be of laws and not of men and
That academic freedom must be exercised with normal responsibility and ethical restraint.
That man is a part of the natural order and must therefore respect and conserve the environment and its ecology so that it may, in turn, nurture and preserve its posterity.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

VISION STATEMENT

A teacher college of academic excellence geared towards producing educators who are God-fearing, competent and conscious of their natural identity.

MISSION STATEMENT

The College of Education is committed to train educators who are wholly developed, God-fearing persons, globally competitive and competent in their vocation.

SPECIAL OBJECTIVES

1. To implement community outreach projects that actively involve the education faculty and students who are given training on community services.
2. To organize non-formal education activities in which education faculty and students participate actively with the community as beneficiaries.

BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

OBJECTIVES:

1. To train and develop in students’ aptitudes and potentials for teaching their areas of concentration: English, Filipino, and PEMA.
2. To train future elementary teachers to communicate effectively in Filipino and English for national and global competitiveness.
3. To instill Christian values, positive attitudes, and community awareness so they will become productive, efficient and effective members of the school and society.
4. To draw out the individual’s intellectual and creative abilities and critical thinking that will make them responsible leaders in the field of education.

WEST NEGROS UNIVERSITY HISTORY
West Negros through the years…

An educational institution which is practically synonymous and a proud partner of Bacolod City for more than five decades already, West Negros College is a Bacolodnon and a Negrense enterprise through and through. Founded in 1948 by three Baptist women leaders. WNC is situated at Burgos Street, Bacolod City (city population of about 487,000 as of 1997). It is a second level accredited school by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities – Commission On Accreditation (PAU-COA) and awards degrees in associate, bachelor, master, and doctoral levels. With the past decade’s average of 10,000 students per semester, it graduates an average of 1,500 students a year making a sizable contribution to the city’s roll of young professionals in different fields. As WNC is poised on achieving its own place under the sun to face the challenge of the next millennium, it has already earned the title as… “The Community of Achievers.

A Brief History

Three Christian women had a vision in the 1940's. As devastation of the war was felt and seen, a sense of hope and mission became the clear mandate for these visionaries, Luciana Aritao, Teresa Padilla and Rosario Remitio, to open an institution of learning. July 1948 signalled the beginning of West Negros College as a co-educational institution embracing Christian ideals and tenets. It has since gone through decades of challenges that saw the pivotal entry of Leodegario Natividad Agustin in the 1970's who provided the impetus, despite financial odds, to make West Negros College an academic community of achievers.
It continues to champion good value for quality education. Deserving students of meagre means have gone through the portals of their alma mater to become successful in their chosen careers.

Thirteen Presidents have provided leadership to West Negros University since its founding: |
1.) Atty. Serafin V. Aguilar
2.) Atty Vicente T. Remitio
3.) Mr. Segismundo E. Gelvosa
4.) Mr. Leodegario N. Agustin
5.) Mr. Leo A. Agustin
6.) Dr. Alfredo P. Catedral
7.) Mrs. Delia A. Espino
8.) Atty. Alex D. Espino
9.) Mr. Roem G. Agustin
10.) Atty. Alex D. Espino
11.) Mrs. Delia A. Espino
12.) Mr. Leo G. Agustin
13.) Lt. Col. Suzette A. Agustin |
1949-1952
1952-1953
1954-1962
1963-1964
1965-1969
1969-1971
1971-1975
1975-1979
1979-1984
1985-1986
1986-1989
1990-1991
1991 to date | |

From its humble edifice at the Valentine Memorial Hall along Rosario and San Juan streets to its present campus along Burgos Street occupying four hectares of property, West Negros University is a symbol of resilience that has withstood trying times. At the helm today is Lt. Col. Suzette Arbolario Agustin who has embarked on building structures and upgrading facilities. A renovated five-storey main building, an Engineering building now housing on its second floor the school’s air-conditioned library, a covered-court, a completely renovated gymnasium long been a landmark in the city since the 70’s, a new maritime bridge deck, air-conditioned classrooms, new biological laboratories, nursing skills laboratories, wide student study area, renovated administrative offices and faculty rooms are all located in the main campus.

The Integrated School has been transferred to the ERORECO campus since 1997 where the ecological garden continues to be expanded and developed. On the rise are faculty and staff attaining their masteral and doctoral degrees and becoming credentialed educators through faculty development. More courses being offered while colleges are in preparation for accreditation and re-accreditation. Readiness for Level III accreditation with PACUCOA is a set while preparations are underway. Bringing honors through the years are consistent passers and top-notchers in licensure examinations in Engineering, Accountancy, Criminology, Maritime and Nursing. A feat recently achieved was the 17 places in top 20 garnered in the November 2003 Nursing Board Examinations. West Negros University, also referred to by initials WNU, is a university located in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines. The university is a second level accredited school by the Philippines Association of Colleges and Universities Commission On Accreditation (PACU-COA) and awards degrees in associate, bachelor, master, and doctorate levels. West Negros University has an enrollment of an average of 10,000 students per semester and graduates an average of 1,500 students every school year. Against the backdrop of finally earning a university status, West Negros College is well on its way to work hard in the process. On February 11, 2008, the Commission on Higher Education found West Negros College to be in full compliance of their requirements and after a thorough deliberation, granted West Negros College the status as a university. As the adage goes, because “I’m Wesnecan, I can.

CODE OF PROFESSIONALS ETHICS FOR TEACHERS AND SCHOOL OFFICIALS

PREAMBLE
By virtue of the power conferred upon Secretary of Education Order No.10 of Her Excellency, the President of the Republic of the Philippines and order to set proper norm of conduct for teachers and school officials in their manifold relationships, elevate the standard of the teaching professions and make education secure for the individual and the Nation the highest and fullest measures of efficiency self-direction, and happiness. This Code of Professionals Ethics for Teachers and Schools Officials is hereby promulgated.

ARTICLE I. SCOPE AND LIMITATION

Section 1.Since Constitution provides that all educational institution shall be render the provision of subject to the regulation by the State, the provision of this Code apply with equal force to all schools in the Philippines whether public or private.
Section 2.By teacher is meant any person directly engaged in teaching from the kindergarten to the graduate department work other than classroom teaching in supervisory, administrative, or directives capacity. It includes principals, supervisors, superintendents, college deans, university president or directors, members of the governing board of school, and other supervisors and administrative officials.

ARTICLE II. THE TEACHER AND THE STATE

Section 1.The schools are the nurseries for the future citizen of State. School officials and teachers are trustees of the cultural and educational heritage of the nation. They are under obligation to elevate national morality, promote racial pride, cultivate love of country, instill respect for constituted authorities, and inculcate obedience to the law of the State.
Section 2.Every school official or teacher must sincerely believe in and earnestly endeavor to help carry out the declared policies of the State and shall take an oath or make affirmation in this effect. Although not in official use now, this Code of Ethics adopted and issued during the occupation will nevertheless be useful to teachers and school officials in this field.
Section 3.The interest of the state demand that every school official or teacher be physically, mentally and morally fit for the service he has to render. Devotion to duty, honesty, punctuality and efficiency are expected to him.
Section 4.No school official or teacher in his capacity as such shall directly or indirectly require, collect or receive any money or service or other valuable material from any person or entry for promotion of any political, religious, or other partisan interest.
Section 5.School officials and teachers may vote and exercise other constitutional rights however; no school officials or teachers may use his position or official authority or influence to coerce the political action of any other person.
Section 6.School officials and teachers may attend church and worship as they please but are not permitted to use their position and influence as such to proselyte.

ARTICLE III. THE TEACHER AND THE COMMUNITY

Section 1.As molder of the youth all school official and teacher should strive loyalty and devotedly to render the best service and to have active participation in community movements for moral, social, educational, economic and civic betterment.
Section 2.If the school official or teacher is to merit reasonable recognition, it is his duty to be socially acceptable by keeping himself morally upright, refraining from gambling abhorring drunkenness and other exercises and avoiding immoral relation.
Section 3.The teacher can immediately enhance his social usefulness by living for and with the community. He should therefore study and understand the local customs and traditions so that he may have a sympathetic attitude and refrain from disparaging the community which he lives.
Section 4.Every school official or teacher should keep the people in the community inform as to the work and accomplishment of the school as well as the needs and its problems.
Section 5.As an intellectual leader in the community, especially in the barrio, the school official or teacher should welcome every opportunity to serve as a counselor in matters affecting the welfare of the people.
Section 6.All officials or teachers should endeavor to maintain harmonious and pleasant personal and official relations with other professionals and government officials.

ARTICLE IV. THE TEACHER AND THE PROFESSION

Section 1.All school officials and teachers should feel that teaching is among the noblest professions. They should manifest genuine enthusiasm and pride in their calling.
Section 2.Every school officials or teacher should uphold the highest possible standards by making the best preparation for this calling. He should fearlessly oppose the admission into the profession of any person who is physically, mentally or morally deficient or who inadequately prepared.
Section 3.All school officials and teachers should strive to broaden their cultural outlook and deeper their profession efficiency and enhance the prestige of the profession.
Section 4.It is highly unethical for any school officials or teachers to resort to extravagant claims and misrepresentations through personally inspired press notices or lavish advertising in order to attract public attention and secure patronage for his school.

ARTICLE V. THE TEACHER AND HIS ASSOCIATES

Section 1.All school officials and teachers should at times he imbued with the spirit of professional loyalty, mutual confidence and faith in one another, self-sacrifice for the common good and cheerful cooperation with one’s colleagues. When the best interest of the children the school, or the profession is at stake, it is the duty of the school official and teachers to support one another.

Section 2.Every school officials or teachers should give credit for assistance receives from his associates. He should not appropriate for himself the work of others.

Section 3.A school officials or teachers before leaving a position should organize and leave for his successor such record and other data as are necessary to carry on the work.

Section 4.A school officials or teacher should hold inviolate all confidential information concerning his associate and schools, he should not divulge to interested person documents. Which have not yet been officially released records from files.

Section 5.Professional critics of associate should be made for the welfare of the children or the school and only in formed accusation before those who have the authority to try the case on its merits. Anonymous or fabricated criticism of an associate is unwarranted unjustified critics. However in the interest of the service, should not be withheld, but should be presented with the supporting evidence. No criticism of an associate should be made in the presence of pupils or students fellow teacher or parents and patrons.

Section 6.Making and promotion of pupils or student are generally. Determined by the teacher within standards set by the administration this however, does not preclude the exercise of general supervisory and administrative power abuse of judgment on the part of the teacher.

Section 7.No school official or teacher should apply for a position that is not vacant or definitely know about to be vacant or criticize the qualification of a competitor even the opportunity to do so.

ARTICLE VI. THE TEACHER AND HIS SUPERIOR

Section 1.Every school officials or teachers should support loyalty the legitimate policies of the school and the administration. The teacher or school official should make an honest effort to understand those policies and regardless of personal feeling or private opinions faithfully carry them out so long us remains in the organization.

Section 2.A teacher or school official should make a false accusations or charges against superiors especially under an anonymous or fictitious name.

PORTFOLIO OF THE IN-CAMPUS TRAINING
LEARNING EPISODES: * Practice teaching Episode 1 * (What’s up? What’s up?) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 2 * (My First Day Jitters) * Practice Teaching Learning Episodes 3 * (My Second Home) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 4 * (Getting to Know the Classroom Routines) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 5 * (The Journey Begins with the First Step – My First Activity) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 6 * (Writing My “First” Lesson Plan in my Second Home) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 7 * (Preparing My Instructional Materials) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 8 * (My First Assessment Tool) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 9 * (Designing/Structuring the Classroom Bulletin Board) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 10 * (Come, Let’s Participate in School Activities) * Practice teaching learning episode 11 * (May I Help You? (Doing Auxiliary Services) * Practice Teaching Learning Episode 12 * (My First Classroom Demonstration Lesson)

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 1
What’s up? What’s up?
I. My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * Visit my cooperating school * Identify the school’s expectations * Familiarize myself with the facilities of the school

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total Score Average Rating

II. My Directions
To get to know my cooperating school better, I must do the following tasks: a. Name of the Cooperating School b. School tour of facilities and resources c. Discussions of the expectations of the college of Teacher Education and the Cooperating School d. Orientation with the School Principal e. Visit Cooperating School
III. My Tasks
NAME OF THE COOPERATING SCHOOL:
West Negros University –Integrated School Expectations | Responsibilities | 1.to do my teaching demo well and apply what I have learned in school. | My responsibility is to perform my duties well and to share my knowledge to children. | 2. To attend the whole day class of grade that I was assigned. | I need to attend the class and go to shool on or before the time. |

Expectations | Responsibilities | 1. To attend the class on time | I need to be punctual in coming to school so that I will not be able to disturbed when they are having their class. | 2. To follow the rules and regulatons of the school. | To follow all their rules and regulations so that we will have a harmonious relationship with my cooperating teacher. |
2. How did I feel when I saw my Practicum site? What are my apprehensions? Complete the facial expression on the left and explain why you feel this way.
I feel happy knowing that the location is close and I am at ease at sorroundings of my practicum site and im so excited to get to know with those little kids.
IV. My Activities
After my orientation session with the school principal, practicum supervisor, with the co-practicum sfeel happytudents, I need to equip myself with the practice teaching kit to better prepare myself in this wonderful world of teaching. What tools do I need to bring in terms of K.A.S.H? Write your answers in bulleted form. * KNOWLEDGE | * Prior knowledge * Acquired knowledge | * ATTITUDE | * Patience * Understanding * Humorous * Jolly | * SKILLS | * Creativity * Productive | * HABITS | * Energetic * Systematic * Punctuality |

V. My Analysis
a. Orientation sessions are conducted because…… it gives introductory information to people. It also direct us to a new situation or set of sorroundings. Also in orientation all the questions in mind will be answered and the entire do’s and don’t’s to do.
b. I fell……….. so nervous knowing that I am going to face the real situation of being a teacher but I also feel happy an excited because I am ing to share my knowledge,learnings and life experiences. Also im so excited to be part of their learnings.
c. I know I can………..
Because I believe in my self that I can do it. I am confident that I can teach well because I have learned a lot of things from teacher who molded me to become a better teacher someday. Also as what our school motto says ‘’Im a wesnecan, I can’’
VI. My Reflections/ My Insights
Am I really prepared to teach?

Yes I am really prepared to teach.i have prepared four years to prepare myself in my choosing field. I am prepared not only physically but also intellectually. I am prepared because I have learned so much from my teachers, all the techniques and strategies to become an effective teacher. I know that being a teacher is not an easy task but I have prepared enough to teach. As what my teacher says ‘’teaching is a continous process’’ I know that im in the beginning stage but I know deep down in my self that I am 100% ready and prepared to teach.

SNAPSHOTS

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 2
My First Day Jitters
I. My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * Meet my cooperating teacher and students * Identify the expectations of my cooperating teacher * Observe how the students interact with their teacher/s * Extend assistance in the day’s activities

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total Score Average Rating

II. My Directions
To get to know my cooperating school better, I must do the following tasks A. Observe well. B. Write down notes C. Extend assistance when needed
III. My Tasks
Write on the space, the cooperating teacher’s expectations that you need to fully understand during your practicum days to establish better relationships.
My Cooperating Teacher’s Expectations My cooperating teachers expectations is for me to come to school early, I should attend the flag ceremony and she expects me to follow her rules and regulations inside the class when classes is going on. Most of all she expects me in my teaching demo to apply all the strategies and techniques that I have learned in school.
Likewise, I also have expectations that I need to convey to my cooperating teacher in order that my needs are also understood / met.
My Expectations

My expectations in my cooperating teacher is that she will rate me fairly according to my performance. I also expect that she will correct, give suggestions or comment if ive done something wrong or if my work is not good so that I would be able o know my mistakes. Also I expect her to be approachable and to learn more from here.

My Activities 1. In the observation phase , I need to focus on the following: Different behaviors of the students

Classroom management of the teacher

Teaching strategies and techniques of the teacher

Instructional materials used by the teacher

How pupils learned in different subject area. 2. I fully realized that I need to read more on the developmental stage of:
SCHOOL AGE I-A (behavior/ characteristics)
-cite the developmental stage of the learner based on the year level handled
Because:
They have all different behavior. I need to read more on the developmental stateges of their behavior because it will be able for me to know the kind of strategies or kind of techniques I am going to use in presenting them a lesson and it is important for a teacher to understand and to know the characteristics and behavior of her students.

V. My Analysis A. On my first encounter with my cooperating teacher I realized that……..

Her work is not an easy task. Everyday she faces and encounters different kinds of behavior of her students. I realized that being a teacher you to have a wide range of patience towards your pupils.you must also be creative you must also use different kinds of strategies to catch the attention of your pupils. Most of all you must love what you are doing and that is teaching. B. On my first dealing with the learners I observe that………… Some of them possess a different kind of behavior, they get easily bored if the teacher deliver her lesson in lecture way. They love to do the action song. In delivering a lesson they will participate well if you have prepared them a prizes and gifts they also love to participate if you used a colorful visual aids like pictures.

VI. My Reflections / My Insights
This day I fully realized that……….. * I am meant for teaching profession because. ……… Since when I was a child it is my dream to become a teacher and I really love to teach. I love the way they call me ‘’teacher Nelcie’’ everyday that Ive been with those pupils is a happy day and I really treasured those moments.

SNAPSHOTS

Practice Teaching Learning Episodes 3
My Second Home
I. My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * Familiarize myself with the school’s facilities and resources * Utilize the learning resources of the school when needed * Go to the school facilities for important errands when required * Analyzed the vision and mission statements of the laboratory schools

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total Score Average Rating

II. My Directions
To better know my second home, I should do the following tasks: a. Visit the facilities of the Lab High b. Analyze the vision and mission statements of Lab High c. Meet the school personnel d. Understand the uses importance of these facilities/learning resources in the teaching-learning process
III. My Tasks
Complete the chart of the school facilities. Record at least five facilities you have visited. Write down the importance of these in the teaching-learning process. School Facilities Visited | Importance of these facilities in the teaching-learning process | * LIBRARY | The purpose of this facility is to help every learner to research and look for their needs in the four corners of the classroom | * COMPUTER ROOM | The pupils have the opportunity to learn the basic information | * AUDIO MATERIALS | The teaching-learning process will become more effective and meaningful | * PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE | Necessary to have the principal’s office to keep the records and to settle possible problems | * CLINIC | A place of medicine where unexpected event happened so that it will be cured if any injuries or accident occur |
IV. My Activities
I shall write down my ideas about my second home in the clustering organizer below.
MY SECOND HOME: * Has a student and teacher * Child friendly * Conducive for learning * Improves and developes the skills of students * Student-centered for learning

V. My Analysis
Complete the pattern fan.

I can always make my second home...

Security personel School administrator 1. safe and secured by

Teachers School administrator 2. friendly by

Teachers’ pupils

3. non-threatening by

VI. My Reflections / My insights
After analyzing the school’s vision, mission and goals of:
WEST NEGROS UNIVERSITY- IS
Name of the Cooperating School

SCHOOL’S VISION:
WNU-IS is a basic education institution that provide equal learning opportunities for all.
SCHOOL’S MISSION:
To provide excellent basic education that is holistic in approach, Filipino in character and global in perspective under the K-12 curriculum as an avenue for the development
I realized that…… They provide equal learning to all. They all focused on the development of a child not only in the cognitive aspects but also in physically, emotionally and spiritually.
So I need to……………. I must follow all the rules and I must help my cooperating teacher to install knowledge and help students to become a better person. I must be a role model to my pupils in a way that I can lead them into betterment and to mold them to be a better person.

SNAPSHOTS

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 4
Getting to Know the Classroom Routines
I. My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * Observe the classroom routines performed by my cooperating teacher and my students * Record important notes during the observation * Assist the teachers in establishing/doing the classroom routines

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total Score Average Rating

II. My Directions
Observe the following rules. To get to know my cooperating school better, I must do the following tasks: a. Attendance b. Passing papers/books c. Getting materials d. Line formation e. Making assignments/reminders f. Other activities that need to be routinized
III. My Tasks
What routines do I need to establish in order to make me a better classroom manager?
CLASSROOM ROUTINES: * Daily cheeking of attendance * Cleanliness of the classroom * Setting arrangement * Respect the teacher and classmates * Rules and regulations * Groupworks or Individual work of pupils * Giving instruction

RULES SET IN THE CLASS:

* Wearing proper uniform * Come to school early * Do your classroom obligation * Remember always the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ

IV. My Innovations:
What innovations can I introduce to create order in my class home:

MY OWN INNOVATIONS

Fairness to all your pupils Make a rules and regulations inside the classroom Student engagement in all the classroom activities

V. My Analysis

Establishing classroom routines is important because……… It shows how organize you are as a teacher. Classroom routines is important because in this you are organizing your everyday activity it also avoid conflicts within the pupils it makes your work easy and it makes all your pipils know their tasks.

VI. My Reflections / My Insight
If I already have my own class in the future, I want tomploy……
I want to employ a conducive atmosphere for learning which are implemented with clear rules and regulations in the four corners of the classroom. It will serve as guidelines on how to discipline and to obey the law by my future apprentices. Considering also continuing my learning about teaching on how to improve what I have started or my ability in handling a class. This is what we call imparting knowledge to an empty vessel.
So that in the long run…… They will be able to obey the rules and regulations. They will become a person who possess the characteristics of being responsible, efficient,productive andthey will be consider as an asset in the society as well as they will become a person that everyone will be proud of.
ACTIVITY: Arrang chairs

SONG: Baa Baa Balck Sheep

Ok children arrange your chairs
Right now, right now
Do it fast…
La la la la

SNAPSHOTS

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 5
The Journey Begins with the First Step – My First Activity
I. My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * Perform my first activity well * Prepare instructional materials for my first activity * Follow the instructions given by the teacher

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total Score Average Rating II. My Directions
To do the tasks, I should be able to: 1. Listen well to the instructions of my cooperating teacher. 2. Prepare for the assigned tasks. 3. Perform the assigned tasks/ activity well.

III. My Tasks
Complete the tasks matrix
The activity: Perform the assigned task substitution for daily teaching
(DEMONSTRATION IN HEKASI INTENDED FOR GRADE II-A)

Tasks to do: * Prepare my task on time * Prepare instructional materials * Follow the instruction given by my cooperating teacher

What to prepare: * Lesson plan * I.M ( Instructional Materials) * My personality especially my confident

I feel I can do this task because…. We have enough time given by our cooperating teacher to finalized all the things that we are needed in our teaching demo. Also our cooperating teacher has given us some tips or suggestions in our techniques and strategies to use.
IV. My Activities
Write the steps you followed in the timeline. 1 2 3 4

ASK PLAN PREPARE EXECUTE V. My Analysis
Rate your accomplishment.

Using the continuum, I feel I accomplished the tasks in a VERY SATISFACTORY manner…….

5-Outstanding 4- Very Satisfactory 3- Satisfactory 2- Fair 1. Needs Improvement a Satisfactory manner because some of the pupils got an average score. Most of the pupils got 3 out of five items. But I need to improve myself in teaching see that I could teach them in correct way. I need to challenge myself in finding some techniques in order myself to improved in teaching.
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Fears? A kind of negative feeling or an emotion that usually hinders our path to perform task or make a project/output.
Success?
A performance or output being done without hassle
Trials?
Also called as the barrier that usually challenges every person ability to continue or pursue a certain tasks or obligations.
Joys?
A feeling of satisfaction that we usually get after aiming the goals we’ve planned and executed.
My Reflection/ My Insights
I think that I can do better if …. I think I can do better if I prepare lesson plan as soon as possible because it serve as a guide and easy in delivering the topic. I utilized varied teaching methods and strategies to facilitate learning. In this way, my discussion will end well and I successfully convey my pupils what I want.
I realized or I learned that…. I realized that I need to master my assigned task; I must seek some strategies and techniques that fit for them. In giving examples, it must be related to actual life situations. I can say at the end of my assigned task, I am really successful.

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 6
Writing My “First” Lesson Plan in my Second Home
I. My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to write the lesson plan required by my cooperating teacher.

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total Score Average Rating

II. My Directions 1. Pre-conference with the cooperating teacher on lesson planning. 2. Writing the lesson plan based on the results of the pre-conference. 3. Evaluating/critiquing the lesson plan by the cooperating teacher. 4. Re-writing the lesson plan.
III. My Tasks
Schools vary in lesson format.
Copy the lesson plan format required by your cooperating school. Create with your cooperating teacher on how to go about the template to guide you in making the plan.
IV. My Activity
Definition of lesson plans…. A detailed description of the individual lesson plans that a teacher plans to teach on a given way. A lesson plan is developed of a teacher to guide instructions throughout the day. It is a method of planning and preparation.

My First Lesson Plan
Banghay Aralin sa Araling Panlipunan I I.Layunin: Ang mga bata ay inaasahang: * Maibigay ang bumubuo sa isang pamilya * Maipaghahambing ang laki ng mag anak na pilipino * Maisapuso ang kahalagahan ng isang pamilya II. Paksang Aralin Ang mag anak na pilipino Sibika at Kultura I Pahina 171-181 Kagamitan: Larawan, Tsart Pagpapahalaga: Pagbigy halaga sa isang pamilya
III.Pamamaraan
Gawaing Guro | Gawaing Bata | A. PaghahandaMagandang umaga mga bata.kumusta ang umaga ninyo?B. Balik AralBago tayo pumunta sa paksa natin ngayong umaga. Sino sa inyo ang nakaalala sa ating pinag aralan noong nakaraan?Tama ang gating pinag aralan noong nakaraan ay tungkol sa ibat-ibang magagandang tanawin sa pilipina. Sino sa inyo ang makapagbigay ng halimbawa.Tama!C. PagganyakMagsitayo muna ang lahat at ating aawitin ang Barney SongD. PaglalahadMga bata ngayong umaga ating tatalakayin sa Mag anak na Pilipino pero bago yun alamin muna natin ang kahulugan ng sumusunod.Basahin ng sabay sabay.E. TalakayanNgayon kilalanin natin ang iba pang mag anak o pamilyang Pilipino. Alamin natin kung malaki o maliit ang kanilang mag anak. Meron akong larawan na ipapakita sa inyo.Ito ang mag-anak ni kamulo, isang bata mula sa cordillera. Ang pamilya niya ay binubuo ng kanyang tatay na si mang Dorong at inang si Kamyang. Mallit ang kanilang mag-anak.Ito naman ang mag-anak ni Dina isang bata mula sa lalawigan La Union. Ang kanilang pamilya ay binubuo ng kanyang Tatay Domeng at nanay Sally at ng kapatid niyang si Rommel. Maliit ang kanilang mag anak.Ito naman ang mag anak na Ramos sa Maynila sila nakatira. Apat ang anak ni Mang Jerry at Aling Zeny. Malaki ang kanilang mag-anak.May ilang mag-anak na Pilipino pa akong ipakikilala sa inyo. Maliit na mag-anak ang mga ito.Ito ay sina Aling Rina at Mang Roger. Sila ay wala pang anak. Maliit ang kanilang mag pamilya.Ito ang mag-anak ni Roda. Sila lang ng kanyang inang si Aling Adela ang miyembro nito. Wala na siyan ama.Mga bata masasabing maliit ang mag anak kung mag asawa ay wala pang anak o kung may isa dalawang anak lamang sila at walang nakatirang kamag anak sa tahanan nito.Malaki naman ang mag anak kung ang mag asawa ay may tatlo o higit pang anak o kung may iba pang kamag anak na nakatira sa kanilang tahanan.Naintindihan ba mga bata?Ngayon mga bata sino nga ulit ang kabilang sa mag anak na Pilipino?Sino sino naman ang kabilang sa mag anak mo Paula? Malaki ba o maliit ang iyong mag anak?Ngayon naman sagutin natin ang mga tanong sa pisara tingnan ko kung sino ang nakikinig. Pumunta sa gitna.Panuto: Isulat ang T sa patlang kung tama ang ipinahahayag at M kung mali ito.______1. Ang karaniwang mag anak na Pilipino ay binubuo ng Tatay, Nanay at anak o mga anak.______2. Ang mag anak na Pilipino ay may magkakapareho ng bilang ng kasapi o miyembro.______3. Mag anak pa rin ang tawag sa Ama at tatlong anak niya kahit yumao na ang Ina.______4. Maliit ang mag anak na may limang anak.______5. Maari rng kabilang sa mag anak ang Lolo, Lola at Tita sa tahanan.F.PaglalahtMga bata laging tandaan na ang mag anak ay masasabibing maliit kung ang mag asawa ay wala pang anak o kung may isa o dalawang anak lamang sila at walang nakatirang kamag anak sa tahanan nila.Malaki naman ang mag anak kung ang mag asawa ay may tatlo o higit pang anak o kung may iba pang nakatirang kamag anak sa kanilang tahanan.IV. Pagtataya/ pagsubokMga bata buksan ang inyong aklat at sagutan ang pahina 180-181V. Takdang AralinIguhit ang inyong mag anak lagyan ng kulay at isulat ang bawat miyembro ng iyonh mag anak. | Magandang umaga Gng. NelcieTungkol sa ibat-ibang magagandang tanawin sa pilipinas.Boracay na matatagpuan sa Ilo-ilo.I love you, you love meWere all happy familyWith a great big hug and a kiss from me to youWont you say you love me too..Kamag-anak--- ito ay iba pang taong kalahi o kadugo na maaring kasama o hindi ng mag anak. Mag-anak—ito ay pamilya; binubuo ng ilang miyembro ng kasapi.OpoAma Ina at Anak |

V. Analysis
After writing my first lesson plan in my cooperating school, these are things noted by my cooperating teacher.
Tips on writing Lesson Plan: * Capitalized this letter S.M.A.R.T (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Result-Oriented, Time Bounded) * Analyze the topic given by your cooperating teacher * Decide what are those objectives you can picture out to the lesson * Determine how would you introduce the subject matter * Decide for the methods you will apply * Once you have the completed your lesson finish out the details * Finally make copies and collect materials for your assigned-topic
Best Features
After my cooperating teacher checked my object lesson plan she renowned that it was a good start for me to saturate in the field of teaching. She said the presentation of the lesson plan was well organized and there’s no problem with the content of the topic assigned for me. As a result at the end of the lesson created a meaningful learning.
Areas of Improvement: * It must be student-centered for learning * Revising my lesson plan * Using 4 A’s strategy * Integrate real experience to your topic/ lesson * Every lesson plan has an extra of value focus
My Reflections/ My Insights
As a teacher I need to prepare a lesson plan that…
Is suited for my topic. A lesson plan where in it is full of learning for my pupils. A lesson which is well organized and clean. A lesson plan where it can develop the full learning of the pupils.

Revised Lesson Plan based on CT’s suggestion
Banghay Aralin sa Araling Panlipunan I I.Layunin: Ang mga bata ay inaasahang: * Maibigay ang bumubuo sa isang pamilya * Maipaghahambing ang laki ng mag anak na pilipino * Maisapuso ang kahalagahan ng isang pamilya II. Paksang Aralin Ang mag anak na pilipino Sibika at Kultura I Pahina 171-181 Kagamitan: Larawan, Tsart Pagpapahalaga: Pagbigy halaga sa isang pamilya
III.Pamamaraan
Gawaing Guro | Gawaing Bata | A. PaghahandaMagandang umaga mga bata.kumusta ang umaga ninyo?B. Balik AralBago tayo pumunta sa paksa natin ngayong umaga. Sino sa inyo ang nakaalala sa ating pinag aralan noong nakaraan?Tama ang gating pinag aralan noong nakaraan ay tungkol sa ibat-ibang magagandang tanawin sa pilipina. Sino sa inyo ang makapagbigay ng halimbawa.Tama!C. PagganyakMagsitayo muna ang lahat at ating aawitin ang Barney SongD. PaglalahadMga bata ngayong umaga ating tatalakayin sa Mag anak na Pilipino pero bago yun alamin muna natin ang kahulugan ng sumusunod.Basahin ng sabay sabay.E. TalakayanNgayon kilalanin natin ang iba pang mag anak o pamilyang Pilipino. Alamin natin kung malaki o maliit ang kanilang mag anak. Meron akong larawan na ipapakita sa inyo.Ito ang mag-anak ni kamulo, isang bata mula sa cordillera. Ang pamilya niya ay binubuo ng kanyang tatay na si mang Dorong at inang si Kamyang. Mallit ang kanilang mag-anak.Ito naman ang mag-anak ni Dina isang bata mula sa lalawigan La Union. Ang kanilang pamilya ay binubuo ng kanyang Tatay Domeng at nanay Sally at ng kapatid niyang si Rommel. Maliit ang kanilang mag anak.Ito naman ang mag anak na Ramos sa Maynila sila nakatira. Apat ang anak ni Mang Jerry at Aling Zeny. Malaki ang kanilang mag-anak.May ilang mag-anak na Pilipino pa akong ipakikilala sa inyo. Maliit na mag-anak ang mga ito.Ito ay sina Aling Rina at Mang Roger. Sila ay wala pang anak. Maliit ang kanilang mag pamilya.Ito ang mag-anak ni Roda. Sila lang ng kanyang inang si Aling Adela ang miyembro nito. Wala na siyan ama.Mga bata masasabing maliit ang mag anak kung mag asawa ay wala pang anak o kung may isa dalawang anak lamang sila at walang nakatirang kamag anak sa tahanan nito.Malaki naman ang mag anak kung ang mag asawa ay may tatlo o higit pang anak o kung may iba pang kamag anak na nakatira sa kanilang tahanan.Naintindihan ba mga bata?Ngayon mga bata sino nga ulit ang kabilang sa mag anak na Pilipino?Sino sino naman ang kabilang sa mag anak mo Paula? Malaki ba o maliit ang iyong mag anak?Ngayon naman sagutin natin ang mga tanong sa pisara tingnan ko kung sino ang nakikinig. Pumunta sa gitna.Panuto: Isulat ang T sa patlang kung tama ang ipinahahayag at M kung mali ito.______1. Ang karaniwang mag anak na Pilipino ay binubuo ng Tatay, Nanay at anak o mga anak.______2. Ang mag anak na Pilipino ay may magkakapareho ng bilang ng kasapi o miyembro.______3. Mag anak pa rin ang tawag sa Ama at tatlong anak niya kahit yumao na ang Ina.______4. Maliit ang mag anak na may limang anak.______5. Maari rng kabilang sa mag anak ang Lolo, Lola at Tita sa tahanan.F.PaglalahtMga bata laging tandaan na ang mag anak ay masasabibing maliit kung ang mag asawa ay wala pang anak o kung may isa o dalawang anak lamang sila at walang nakatirang kamag anak sa tahanan nila.Malaki naman ang mag anak kung ang mag asawa ay may tatlo o higit pang anak o kung may iba pang nakatirang kamag anak sa kanilang tahanan.IV. Pagtataya/ pagsubokMga bata buksan ang inyong aklat at sagutan ang pahina 180-181V. Takdang AralinIguhit ang inyong mag anak lagyan ng kulay at isulat ang bawat miyembro ng iyonh mag anak. | Magandang umaga Gng. NelcieTungkol sa ibat-ibang magagandang tanawin sa pilipinas.Boracay na matatagpuan sa Ilo-ilo.I love you, you love meWere all happy familyWith a great big hug and a kiss from me to youWont you say you love me too..Kamag-anak--- ito ay iba pang taong kalahi o kadugo na maaring kasama o hindi ng mag anak. Mag-anak—ito ay pamilya; binubuo ng ilang miyembro ng kasapi.OpoAma Ina at Anak |

1. Sample Lesson Plan written by my Cooperating Teacher

I. Objective: Use the prepositions and prepositional phrases live on, live in and live at.
II. Subject Matter: Using the prepositions and prepositional phrases live on, live in and live at.
References: Fun in English I pp. 39-43
Materials: Puppets, Map of the Philippines, Street Map
Value Focus: Attentiveness

III. Learning Activities:

A. Preliminary Activities
1. Free Communication ‘’Which Game’’ ‘’Which Is’’ a. larger, elephant or carabao b. swifter, cow or deer c. deeper, river or ocean d. taller, tree or grass
2. Drill a. Pronunciation /b/ /v/ Bat vase Boy vinta Bag violin
3. Spelling Water, sand, cloud, sky, fly
4. Review- What is your name? How old are you?
5. Checking of Assignment

B. Lesson Proper 1. Introduce the activity by calling a pupil. Say: ‘’this is Ana’’ ‘’Listen to what sh says’’ 2. Presentation: Where do you live? Show the map of the Philippines. Lita lives in Banaue. She says: I live in Banaue. ( give more examples) Show a picture of a farm. Rene lives on a farm. He says: I live on a farm. (give more examples) Show the picture of a boy. Ricky lives at Bettina Street. He says: I live at 29 Bettina Street.
a. Discussion Where does Lita live? Where does Rene live? Where does Ricky live?
b.Discussion
Where is the ball? Where are the roots of the plant? Where are the leaves of the plant?
c. Fixation Skills
Choose the correct answer inside the parenthesis

An umbrella is left ( above, under) the table
There are birds (above, below) the tree.
Rules are posted (above, below) the white board.

d.Generalization The words under, below and above are words that tell positions
.
e. Application: Underline the correct answer inside the parenthesis

____ there are chickens (under, above) the tree.
____ The birds are (below, above) the hut.
____ The cassava crops are (below, under) the ground.

IV. Evaluation Which sentence best describes the picture on the board.

1.
a. Rowena is standing under the Acacia tree.
b. Rowena is standing above the Acacia tree.

2.
a. the umbrella is under the table.
b. the umbrella is above the table.

3.
a. pictures are placed aboved the board.
b. pictures are placed under the board.

V. Assignment Write six sentences using the prepositions under, above, and below.

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 7
Preparing My Instructional Materials
I.My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * Prepare instructional materials for classroom instruction, * Demonstrate creativity and resourcefulness in preparing instructional materials used in the cooperating school.

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total score: Average Rating:

II. Directions
To reach my targets, I need to:
P- prepare D- design C- create my instructional materials.
III. My Tasks
These are the different instructional materials available in my cooperating school.
Print Materials: The print materials are books, handouts and test papers
Non-print materials: Non print materials are the source that is not printed such as blackboard, chalk and visual aids.
Electronic Materials: are those materials that need to be manipulated or operated. (D.V.D. Computers, Speaker, L.C.D Projector)

IV. My Activities
Complete the matrix by writing the instructional materials used in five -5- lessons conducted in your classroom.

Lessons / Activities | Instructional Materials | Other materials which can be utilized | Spelling | FLASH CARDS | | multiplication | Flash cards | | Story Telling | Pictures of the characters and settings of the story | Using Big books or Diorama |

Factors affect the choice of instructional materials?
Money- it is one of the factors that affect the choice of instructional material that is why teachers must be creative in making instructional materials.
Availability- this is one of the factor that you must also consider in choosing instructional material.

IV. My Analysis
Characteristics of good / effective instructional materials: * COLOR * DIMENSION * TRANSFERABILITY * DURABILTY

In preparing my instructional materials, I realized that:
Instructional Materials must be…..
Easy for student to understand like presentation images that are clear and handouts that are structured and easy to follow. Good instructional material should avoid monotony.

I need to prepare instructional materials so that…………
It will arouse and sustain student’s interest in class discussion. It will also give students the opportunity to share experiences necessary for their new learning. Finally it will make learning more permanent.

VI. My Reflection / My Insights
How does my cooperating teacher rate the instructional materials I prepared in the classroom?

Are my instructional materials | 5 | 4 | 3 | 2 | 1 | 1. Appropriate to the development of the learners? | * | | | | | 2.Aligned with objectives | | * | | | | 3.Easy to prepare | * | | | | | 4.durable/sturdy | | * | | | | 5.Appealing to learners | | * | | | | 6.Highly interactive | * | | | | | 7.Colorful | * | | | | | 8.Easy to manipulate | * | | | | | 9.Practical/Useful | * | | | | | 10.Less expensive/economical | | * | | | |

TOTAL SCORE: 46 AVERAGE: 4.6

SNAPSHOTS
Electronic file

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 8
My First Assessment Tool
I. My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * Prepare my first assessment tool. * Follow the rules on constructing tests. * Improve the test based on the suggestions of the cooperating teacher.

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total score: Average Rating:

II. My Directions
To do my first assessment tool, I must do the following: 1. Confer with the cooperating regarding the assessment tool required. 2. Prepare the test items. 3. Let the cooperating teacher evaluate/review the assessment tool. 4. Revise and make final draft. 5. Implement the tool.
III. My Tasks
The things I need to consider when preparing my first assessment tool – activity sheet, quiz, chapter test, worksheet, etc. Nature of learners Type of test Lesson objectives Number of items

Key to correction

Level of difficulty

Types of Test:
Formative test- are designed to be given to according to a standard set of circumstances, they have time limits and they have sets of directions which are to be followed. Example Periodic Examinations.
Informal Test- generally does not have sets of standard. They have a great deal of flexibility in how they are administered.

IV. My Activities
Write as many ideas about the tests.
I shall use the first letter of the words to give as many concepts about tests.
T time
E Evaluates student learning
S Skill of the learners
T techniques of the teacher
S Scores of the students

V. My Analysis
Complete these structured frames; 1. Assessment tools are needed because… it allows teachers to measure how the pupils understand the topic it allows both teacher and students to improve their performance it evaluates student’s learning of a lesson. it checks the eligibility of the students.
It also helps teachers to assess students individually.

2. I considered the following things when I prepared my first assessment tool : * Assessment tools which is meaningful for the students * Time * The purpose of the assessment * Content areas * Level of performance
Because …….
In assessing the learning of the students you must need to know the purpose why you are giving assessment to your students. Also this will help you identify the learning of your students by giving them assessment.

VI. My Reflections/My Insights
How did my students/learners perform in my first assessment tool?
Very Satisfactory: Most of them got high scores after conducting my first assessment / evaluation. It only shows most them are physically and mentally present during class session.

PORTFOLIO: MY ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Paste or write you first assessment tool and the improved version based on the suggestion of the cooperating teacher.
For Grade II- A:
Ebalwasyon
Pagtukoy kung tama o mali ang pahayag
Panuto isulat ang T sa patlang kung tama ang ipinahahayag ng pangungusap at M naman kung mali ito.
1.____ ang karaniwang mag anak na Pilipino ay binubuo ng tatay, nanay at anak o mga anak.
2.____maliit ang mag anak na may limang anak.
3.____maari ring kabilang sa mag anak ang lolo, lola at tita sa tahanan.
4.____mag anak pa rin ang tawag sa ama at tatlong anak niya kahit na yumao ang ina
5.____malaking mag anak ang may dalawang anak at may kasamang lolo, lola, tito at tita sa tahanan.

For Grade IV:
Pagsusulit

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 9
Designing/Structuring the Classroom Bulletin Board
My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * design the classroom bulletin boards / instructional boards * align the design with the lessons/ activity of the class * work well with the Cooperating Teacher

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total score: Average Rating:

My Directions
To reach my goals, I need to do the following using this acronym. egin with a theme. rganize ideas on what to place on the bulletin board. rrange your ideas in creative and artistic ways. ecreate ideasusing illustrations/ design/ figures and colors. esign the classroom bulletin board. My Tasks Design a miniature bulletin board on this page or paste one of the bulletin boards that struck you most in your cooperating school. My Activities
Paste sample bulletin board displays on this page.

My Analysis
Observing the varied bulletins boards in my cooperating school, I feel that the following areas can still be improved……. in this connection, observing the varied bulletin boards in my cooperating school, I feel that the following areas can still be improved are the sizeof the letter posted on the bulletin. It is too short and also the area is not in the right place wherein the readers give attention when they pass by. Lastly, the color is not attractive enough for the readers.

So that….
So that pupils can easily read the information on the bulletin. It should be colorful, big enough for them to read and attractive so that pupils like to read it.

My Reflections / My insights 1. As a student teacher, I need to learn how to structure bulletin boards so that…….
It will help improve the atmosphere of the classroom and the students will be aware of the information posted in the bulletin board. It will help improve effectiveness and enjoyment of lessons. It will make the classroom visually appealing and stimulating to the students. 2. What lessons did I learn when structuring / designing my bulletin boards?
The things I learned in making Bulletin board are: I make myself become artistic, and I learned to combine colors so that it will become attractive to the readers.
My Portfolio
Picture of bulletin board display that I designed based on the class lesson/ activity.

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 10
Come, Let’s Participate in School Activities
My Goals
At the end of the activity, I should be able to: * Assist in school activities. * Prepare material needed for the school activity. * Join my cooperating teacher in my class in school activities.

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total score: Average Rating:

My Directions
To do the following tasks I needed to perform these steps: * Get instructions on what to do in the school activity. * Prepare for the task ahead of time. * Get information/research on how to make the activity more colorful/meaningful. * Ask help when needed. * Participate in the task well.
My Tasks

I shall complete the episodes web to show the steps I performed in doing task.
Asking for our Lord Jesus Christ to provide another day
I have to coordinate with my cooperating teacher

How did I prepare for the school activity?

Preparing for our lunch together with my co-interns, pupils, parents and teachers

Alarming myself to wake up early

Guiding the grade II-A pupils with their activity

My Activities
Write a poem, dialogue or draw a comic strip in any of the school activities that you observed or participated in.

Tayo ngayon ay Malaya,
Kaya tayo ay magsaya,
Pilipinoy nagkaisa,
Tayoy binigyan ng pag asa,

Kayat sa araw na ito,
Kahit sino ay nandito,
Pinaggdiwang saan-saan,
Ipinagdiwang kalayaan.

My Analysis
Why do I need to participate in the school activities? * It would help me to learn more with the possible activity * It would help to develop my abilities in making or facilitating an activity * It would be strengthen my confidence in all aspect if possible * It would help me to be open with the reality based on my chosen field of career
What insights did I gain after joining the school activities?
I learn how to mingle with other people like parents of the students.
I develop self confidence.
I feel confident and more comfortable in dealing different behaviors ofdividuals in Come on time in every school activity
How did I fell before the activity?
Before the activity happen, I fell so excited and recalling all the instructions given by our cooperating teacher.
How did I fell after the activity?
After the activity I learned that teachers must cooperate in all activities inside or outside the school so that we will develop our skills and ability. We will encourage them to participate the entire school program so that they will have their self-confidence and for the improvement of their selves.

My Reflections/ My Insights
How do you rate your performance in the school activity?
I evaluated as satisfactory in facilitating the activity because for me as a student-teacher there are some factors I’m not contented with my attitude which is there’s a room for improvement.
What can you say about your co-interns performances?
They all are good and they all do their best to get high grades.

Complete the statement
After the activity I learned ………………. Activity is always part of the school calendar so that it will serve as a conduit to improve social skill and self-confident of the pupils involved with the said activity, in facing different people they will encounter every day. Another one is time; it is the vital part in conducting any activity. We all that there’s a Filipino mannerism about time considering this is one of the negative attitudes made by ourselves and maybe this behavior will exist through the next generation.
My cooperating teacher was…………..
My heart was filled with joy upon hearing the feedback of my cooperating teacher.

Practice teaching learning episode 11
May I Help You? (Doing Auxiliary Services)
My Goals: * Perform other non-teaching duties as required by the Cooperating school. * Work well with the people in the school community.

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | | *
Total score: Average Rating:
My Directions:
I should do the following tasks: ork well with other school personnel. ffer yourself to assist in other non-teaching duties in your cooperating school.

emember to follow all the instructions/ directions.

eep on tasks / on time

How did I feel after offering my assistance?

After I offer my assistance I feel so happy that I was able to help other even in a simple ways.

My Tasks
What services did I render in the following areas? (Cite the offices/ departments where you services were required).

Places / Offices | Services | Learning / Insights / Gained | (Purok Tonngoy) | Community Outreach Program | Teaching preschoolers you must embody the attitude of being flexible and cheerful person. | ( Banago Community) | Community Outreach and Livelihood Mission | Follow all the instruction given by our supervisor and we must value the behavior of being practical |

Am I ready to help when my services are requested why? Or why not? Yes! Because as teacher you are ready to serve others and not expecting something in return. My Activities
Community Outreach Program (Christmas Party)
Community Outreach Program (Purok Tonggoy)
Complete the concept map.

What non-teaching duties have I rendered?

Home for the Aged Gift Giving

Fund Raising for Senior’s Retreat

Community Outreach Program (Livelihood Project)

Alternative Learning System ( Banago Community)

Write your feelings: * There are pressure thinking if I will finish successful or failed. * Exciting and thrill that for me strengthen my sense of my responsibility, no time to back out and make some doubts because I’m almost in the edge of this career. My Analysis:
Doing other non-teaching duties is beneficial in my life as a student
Intern because…….. It able to develop my skills and abilities as well as it able to strengthen my sense of responsibility.

These are the values/virtues I have developed/strengthened
When I rendered other non-teaching duties:

A sense of responsibility, discipline, patience towards students and perseverance in doing activity.

My reflection/ My Insights

After rendering my services in:
Purok Tonggoy (Communitry Outreach Program)
I learned these skills: * RESPONSIBLE * RESOURCEFUL * CREATIVE * DISCIPLINE

I have learned the sense of being responsible in everything that I have done, to have a patience in dealing situations and to be calm all the time. Also I have learned to be more creative and to have a sense of initiative.

And I know that these will…….. Be beneficial in my field especially in teaching.as being a future educator someday I am ready to face whatever challenge may be given to me, because I have been trained and developed my skills.

Practice Teaching Learning Episode 12
My First Classroom Demonstration Lesson My Goals * Write my first demonstration lesson plan. * Prepare my instructional materials. * Demonstrate the lesson I prepared in my assigned class.

My Performance (How I shall be rated)? | 5Outstanding | 4ExceedsExpectations | 3MeetsExpectations | 2NeedsImprovements | 1Unacceptable Performance | MyTasks | | | | | | MyActivities | | | | | | MyAnalysis | | | | | | My Reflections/ Insights | | | | | | MyPortfolio | | | | | |

Total score: Average Rating:

My Directions
To prepare for my teaching demonstration.
I must accomplish the following tasks………………….. * Have a post-conference for the cooperating teacher/practicum supervisor * Implement the plan * Prepare my instructional materials * Write my lesson plan * Have a pre-conference with my cooperating teacher.

Am I ready to make my lesson plan? As being an educator someday I could say that I am ready to make my lesson plan. We have prepared enough in making lesson plans so I guess I am prepared and ready to make my lesson plan.

My Tasks
Complete the task matrix to help you in preparing your lesson plan. What are your objectives?Remember: * Make the objectives SMART * Use behavioral terms * Include the three domains * Cognitive * Affective * Psychomotor | ObjectivesPagkatapos ng aralin ang mga mag-aaral ay inaasahang:a.masasabi ang aralin ang mga paraan ng pagtutulungan at pagkakaisab.makapagbigay ng halimbawa ng pagtutulungan at pagkakabuklodc.makapagbigay halaga sa pagkakaisa at pakikipagtulunga | What is your content?Subject MatterRemember: * Scope of the lesson * Sequencing the lesson * Time allotment * Resources needed | Content * Ang mag anak na pilipino * Sibika at Kultura I Pahina 171-181 * Kagamitan: Larawan, Tsart * Pagpapahalaga: Pagbigy halaga sa isang pamilya | What methods/procedures should you employ? * Methods to use * Strategies to employ * Activities for the different types of learner | Methods/Strategies * Inductive Method * Collaborative | What assessment tools shall you use to measure learning? * Traditional assessments * Non-traditional assessments * Other modes of assessments | Modes of AssessmentsTraditional assessments (paper and pencil) |
My Analysis * What went well in my lesson? Why
What went well in my lesson is the presentation of my topic. My cooperating teacher says that it was good that I used colorful visual aids. * What did not go well? Why When I started to ask pupils to have a representative in each group to come in front they all started to make noise and I can’t control them because they were all so excited on the game. What did my students learn?
My pupils learned the different sizes of the Filipino Families. * What was learned about planning?
Through planning, I can easily deliver my topic. I don’t need to think any activity because it it already listed in my lesson topic

* What was learned about teaching?
Teaching needs varied techniques so that we can easily put the knowledge in the mind of the pupils.

* What improvements will I make to be more effective in my class? * The following improvements I will make so that I will be more effective classroom manager. * Implement rules and regulations wherein hard- headed pupils will receive a punishment. * Promote orderly and organized classroom discussion. * Reflect the lessons to the real life situations so that pupils will be able to realize and reflect and share their own experiences.

My Reflections/My Insights 1. After the demonstration lessons, I felt………..
After the demonstration lessons, I felt happy because I learned something about my topic. They got the passing score. They also participated well in the activities given.

2. After my demonstration I realized that…………… It’s so tiring but still I enjoyed being a student teacher because my pupils are my inspiration. 2. Things I learned from my learners……..
I’ve learned that my students have different learning styles and different multiple intelligences and this is important to keep in mind when I’m planning my lessons.

My Portfolio

My Demonstration Lesson Plan
Banghay Aralin sa Araling Panlipunan I I.Layunin: Ang mga bata ay inaasahang: * Maibigay ang bumubuo sa isang pamilya * Maipaghahambing ang laki ng mag anak na pilipino * Maisapuso ang kahalagahan ng isang pamilya II. Paksang Aralin Ang mag anak na pilipino Sibika at Kultura I Pahina 171-181 Kagamitan: Larawan, Tsart Pagpapahalaga: Pagbigy halaga sa isang pamilya
III.Pamamaraan
Gawaing Guro | Gawaing Bata | A. PaghahandaMagandang umaga mga bata.kumusta ang umaga ninyo?B. Balik AralBago tayo pumunta sa paksa natin ngayong umaga. Sino sa inyo ang nakaalala sa ating pinag aralan noong nakaraan?Tama ang gating pinag aralan noong nakaraan ay tungkol sa ibat-ibang magagandang tanawin sa pilipina. Sino sa inyo ang makapagbigay ng halimbawa.Tama!C. PagganyakMagsitayo muna ang lahat at ating aawitin ang Barney SongD. PaglalahadMga bata ngayong umaga ating tatalakayin sa Mag anak na Pilipino pero bago yun alamin muna natin ang kahulugan ng sumusunod.Basahin ng sabay sabay.E. TalakayanNgayon kilalanin natin ang iba pang mag anak o pamilyang Pilipino. Alamin natin kung malaki o maliit ang kanilang mag anak. Meron akong larawan na ipapakita sa inyo.Ito ang mag-anak ni kamulo, isang bata mula sa cordillera. Ang pamilya niya ay binubuo ng kanyang tatay na si mang Dorong at inang si Kamyang. Mallit ang kanilang mag-anak.Ito naman ang mag-anak ni Dina isang bata mula sa lalawigan La Union. Ang kanilang pamilya ay binubuo ng kanyang Tatay Domeng at nanay Sally at ng kapatid niyang si Rommel. Maliit ang kanilang mag anak.Ito naman ang mag anak na Ramos sa Maynila sila nakatira. Apat ang anak ni Mang Jerry at Aling Zeny. Malaki ang kanilang mag-anak.May ilang mag-anak na Pilipino pa akong ipakikilala sa inyo. Maliit na mag-anak ang mga ito.Ito ay sina Aling Rina at Mang Roger. Sila ay wala pang anak. Maliit ang kanilang mag pamilya.Ito ang mag-anak ni Roda. Sila lang ng kanyang inang si Aling Adela ang miyembro nito. Wala na siyan ama.Mga bata masasabing maliit ang mag anak kung mag asawa ay wala pang anak o kung may isa dalawang anak lamang sila at walang nakatirang kamag anak sa tahanan nito.Malaki naman ang mag anak kung ang mag asawa ay may tatlo o higit pang anak o kung may iba pang kamag anak na nakatira sa kanilang tahanan.Naintindihan ba mga bata?Ngayon mga bata sino nga ulit ang kabilang sa mag anak na Pilipino?Sino sino naman ang kabilang sa mag anak mo Paula? Malaki ba o maliit ang iyong mag anak?Ngayon naman sagutin natin ang mga tanong sa pisara tingnan ko kung sino ang nakikinig. Pumunta sa gitna.Panuto: Isulat ang T sa patlang kung tama ang ipinahahayag at M kung mali ito.______1. Ang karaniwang mag anak na Pilipino ay binubuo ng Tatay, Nanay at anak o mga anak.______2. Ang mag anak na Pilipino ay may magkakapareho ng bilang ng kasapi o miyembro.______3. Mag anak pa rin ang tawag sa Ama at tatlong anak niya kahit yumao na ang Ina.______4. Maliit ang mag anak na may limang anak.______5. Maari rng kabilang sa mag anak ang Lolo, Lola at Tita sa tahanan.F.PaglalahtMga bata laging tandaan na ang mag anak ay masasabibing maliit kung ang mag asawa ay wala pang anak o kung may isa o dalawang anak lamang sila at walang nakatirang kamag anak sa tahanan nila.Malaki naman ang mag anak kung ang mag asawa ay may tatlo o higit pang anak o kung may iba pang nakatirang kamag anak sa kanilang tahanan.IV. Pagtataya/ pagsubokMga bata buksan ang inyong aklat at sagutan ang pahina 180-181V. Takdang AralinIguhit ang inyong mag anak lagyan ng kulay at isulat ang bawat miyembro ng iyonh mag anak. | Magandang umaga Gng. NelcieTungkol sa ibat-ibang magagandang tanawin sa pilipinas.Boracay na matatagpuan sa Ilo-ilo.I love you, you love meWere all happy familyWith a great big hug and a kiss from me to youWont you say you love me too..Kamag-anak--- ito ay iba pang taong kalahi o kadugo na maaring kasama o hindi ng mag anak. Mag-anak—ito ay pamilya; binubuo ng ilang miyembro ng kasapi.OpoAma Ina at Anak |

My Instructional Materials

* Pictures

* Manila paper

* Cartolina strips

* envelopes

My Observation Sheet Domains | Insights/ Learning Gained | 1. Social Regard for Learning | * The teacher must have a harmonious relationship toward the stakeholders of the school so that together with them they can ensure and give quality education toward the pupils. | 2. The Learning Environment | * The teacher should promote a conducive classroom as well as environment so that pupils will be motivated to study. | 3. Diversity of Learners | * The teacher must know the pupil’s diversities. * The teacher must give/ promote various activities that will develop their psychomotor skills, cognitive skills as well as their affective domain. | 4. The Curriculum | * The curriculum must consider the pupils’ level of developmental interest. A curriculum must developmentally appropriate-that is suitable to the young minds of the learners. | 5. PlanningAssessingReporting | * The teacher must promote activities and have a sense of humor by giving some praises and good points to the pupils so that they will be encouraged to learn more. | 6. Community Linkages | * The teacher must have a give-and-take relationship towards the learner’s parents. * The teacher must be a good role model. | 7. Personal/ Professional Competencies | * As a teacher, you should be a model, a facilitator, a guidance counselor, a parent as well and knowledgeable enough in handling the pupils. |

General Reflection After My Demonstration
Complete the matrix by checking the areas you need to improve on: Improve | Goals / Objectives Learning environment MethodsInstructional MaterialModes of assessmentOthers pls. specify | Enrich | KnowledgeSkillsOthers pls. specify | Experiment | New approaches Instructional materials Differentiated activities Others pls. specify | Modify | Attitudes Expectations Others pls. specify | Learn | New subject matter Varied learning styles of learners New innovations Current issues Others pls. specify |

WEST NEGROS UNIVERSITY
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 2011-02012
JUNE
4-5 Teachers’ Conference 6 School Opening Day
7-8 Orientation Days
12 Independence Day
29 Freshmen Day
JULY
5-6 First Half of First Grading Exam
21. Study Improvement Seminar (First Year)
25-28 Youth Entrepreneurship and Cooperation in Schools (YECS)
29 Nutrition Month

AUGUST 2-3 second half of the first Grading Exam
6 Adolescent Fertility Management Seminar (Second Year)
12 Parent-Teacher Conference 13-16 Intramural
14 Pinning Teachers
22-24 Linggo ng wika
25 National Heroes Day

SEPTEMBER 6-7 First Half of Second Grading Exam
14 Clean and Green / Clean Up Day (SCO/PCS/CAT) 29 Christ Emphasis Day

OCTOBER 15-16 Second Half of Second Grading Exam
17 United Nations Day
18 City Provincial Education tour
24-25 Intramurals
25 GSP Fellowship and Camping
28-31 Semestral Break

NOVEMBER

1-4 Semestral Break
6 Resume Classes
12 Symposium on Drug Addiction (Third Year and Fourth Year)
21 Leadership Training Seminar (SCO/ PCS/CAT officers)
24 Clean and Green/ Clean Up Day (SCO/ PCS/CAT officers)

DECEMBER

17-18 Second Half of 3rd Grading Exam
20-21 Intramurals / ACSI elimination/ Christmas Party/ Family day 22 Alumni Homecoming
23-31 Christmas Vacation

JANUARY 2009

2 End of Christmas Vacation 3 Resume of Classes 7 Parent-Teacher Conference 17-18 First Half of Fourth Grading Exam
24 Clean and Green Day (All Students and Pupils)
25-26 ACSI Inter-School Rally and Sports Fellowship
FEBRUARY

8 Love, Courtship & Dating Seminar (Third Year and Fourth Year) College Days
26-2 Achievement Test (Graduating Honor Pupils & Students)

MARCH
5 Parent-teacher Conferences for Graduating Students and Pupils 16 CAT Graduation& Culminating Activity 21-22 Signing of Clearance 27 Honor’s Convocation and Teacher’s Day
25-29 Achievement Test (Non-graduating Students and Pupils)
28 Rehearsals for Graduation Exercises
29 Graduation Exercises

APRIL
1-4 Completion of Year-End Reports
11-13 Enrolment for summer classes
13 Distribution of Reports Cards
16 Start of Summer Class/ Distribution of Report Cards/Enrolment for S.Y.200 2008-2009
26 End of Summer Classes

West Negros University
Integrated School Rules and Regulations

Objectives:

The primary goal of the Integrated School of West Negros University is to prepare pupils and students to become productive citizens by:
a. Developing their intellectual capacity to the fullest.
b. Inculcating social and spiritual values.
c. Keeping them physically fit.
d. Being emotionally stable and well adjusted individual.
Admission Requirements A. New Students 1. Report Card 2. Certificate of good moral character from School principal. 3. Four (4) copies of 2x2 recent pictures. 4. Birth Certificate (Authenticated) 5. Must pass department requirements.

A.Transferees 1. Transfer credentials (Honorable Dismissal) from School last attended. 2. Report Card 3. Certificate of good moral character from guidance personnel or principal of school last attended. 4. four (4) copies of 2x2 recent pictures 5.Must pass department admission requirements. 6.Must not have academic deficiency from previous school. Note: A transferee is given one year probationary period. He/She must pass all subjects in the curriculum to be admitted in the next school year. A transferee who is retained in the same year/grade level will be recommended for transfer.
Grading Period and Examinations West Negros University – Integrated School adopts four periods for the entire school year. Periodic examinations are given every Monday. Quizzes are also given from time to time. No permit, no exams. Students and pupils are not able to take the examination on the day scheduled with a valid reason shall be given special examination with a fee of P50.00. An examination permit is a requirement during periodic examination. The highest grade for special examinations is 85% except for special exams due to illness. All transactions related to tuition fees must be done through the Business and Finance office. No special examination will be administered ten (10) days after the exam date. Failure to comply with this requirement means grade for the grading period will be computed accordingly without the exam result. In case of illness, special examination will be administered three (3) days after reporting to school. Students/Pupils with test permits who intentionally refuse to take the exams on scheduled dates for not being prepared will not be allowed to take any special exams. He/She will automatically be given a score of 50%.
Extra Curricular Activities Students/pupils participating in extra-curricular activities of the school (such as quiz bees, cultural, literary, sports, musical activities, etc.) are given special credits only in subjects related to their participation. They should take and pass the tests required of them except for quizzes missed during the activity. They are not exempted from submitting requirements for promotion or graduation. They are also held responsible to cope with their missed lesson and topics discussed. No student/pupil is exempted to take a periodical exam for his/her special achievement in any extra-curricular activities. A special exam without fee is scheduled for his/her benefits. This is to maintain the balance between extra-curricular and academic excellence among our pupils and students. In cases of academic failures, a child is required to give up or is not allowed to join any extra-curricular activity. He/she needs more time to study his/her lessons.
General Academic Policies The following events/participations held outside the school campus during the grading period are given special merits/credits in subject areas specified as follows:
1. Sports- Physical Education
2. Vocal, Choral and other singing performances – Music as specified in the grading system
3. drawing, Painting, and other Art Presentations – Arts as specified in the grading system
4. Declamation, Oration, Drama, Play and other Speeches – English or Filipino through class recitations and participations
5. Dance – PE and Music as specified in the grading system
6. Quiz Bees and other Academic contests – According to subject area through class recitations and participations or as specified in the grading system
7. Trainings, Seminars & Workshops – According to subject area through class recitations and participations or as specified in the grading system.
8. Fashion shows and other Personality development Exposures – PEHM/MAPE
Grading System West Negros University - Integrated School adopts the guidelines for the implementations of the Basic Education Curriculum.
Requirements for Graduation A student must have passed the entire subject listed in the curriculum in order to graduate. The principal reserves the right to withhold for graduation any student who does not meet the curriculum requirements of the school (as approved by the Dep Ed).
Graduation with Honors Selection of honor students/pupils of the graduating and non-graduating class in any grade/year level is governed by the guidelines set by the Dep Ed. Specific criteria are observed closely in determining the Valedictorian, Salutatorian and five Honorable Mentions based on the DECS Order No. 6 S. 2005.
Academic Awards for Undergraduate * First Honors * Second Honors * Third Honors * With High Honors (Fourth and Fifth placers)
Special Achievement Awards Special Achievement Awards are given to pupils and students who have shown excellent performances in extra-curricular activities based in the criteria set by the WNU.
Academic Probation Academic Probation is a restraining measure imposed on students after a grading period that are covered by all or any of the following condition: a. Failure in one or more subjects in any grading period. b. Habitual negligence of assignments and projects. c. Poor classroom attitude and achievement. d. Failure in weekly tests and quizzes.
Deportment Probation Deportment probation is restraining measure imposed on students with a record of frequent or continued violation of school rules and policies. Note: Parents of students who are under academic probation must closely monitor the progress of their child. It is suggested that parents should come to school for a special conference with the class adviser at least once a week.
Parents should understand that the success of their child in school is dependent upon the teamwork between teachers and parents.
West Negros University Integrated School reserves the right to drop from school any pupil or student who frequently violates the school rules and policies.
Homework/Assignments/Projects
Parents should take the responsibility to check and sign the home woks/assignments given to a child everyday to see to it that they are accomplished and ready to be submitted. The teachers reserved the right not to accept any assignments/home works submitted after the deadline. Promptness and punctuality must be strictly observed to maintain discipline among students and pupils. Whenever a student/ pupil is absent for any reason he/she is responsible to make up for the missed assignments and topics discussed.
Failures
Any grade below 75% in a grading period is a failure. Likewise, a final grade below 75% is a failure. 1. A student who fails a subject in a grading period is automatically placed under academic probation. 2. A student who fails in three or more subjects at the end of the school year will not be promoted to the next year/grade level. 3. Repeaters who fail in the same level will not be accepted in the next school year. 4. Attendance at summer school is obligatory for students who fail in one or two subjects at the end of the school year. Note: A removal exam is given only to those graduating students/pupils who failed in the final grading period. The highest score is 85%. Removal test results are considered the final test scores for computations of final grade.
Tutorial Classes Tutoring any student at West Negros College during the school year is discouraged. However, exceptions maybe granted to students with special cases according to certain guidelines. Transactions regarding this matter are made through the principal’s office.
Refusal for Re-admission Any student/pupil will not be allowed to re-enroll for the next school year for the following reasons: 1. A transferee who fails to pass his/her academic requirements for the year. 2. A repeater who fail to pass the same year level. 3. Frequent violations of school rules and policies. 4. Proven guilty of membership to any delinquent fraternity of gang. 5. Caught stealing or shoplifting. 6. Vandalism or damaging school’s property. 7. Grievous offenses for morality. 8. Grave act of disrespect committed by a student against any of the school personnel or staff. 9. Students who have failed to pay their school obligations despite many considerations made.

School Programs and Functions School programs and functions are done on school day. Hence, every student is required to attend the activity. No student is allowed to leave the venue or the school campus any time before dismissal. Likewise, parents are not allowed to bring their child home before the end of the activity. This is to maintain order and discipline during the ceremony except for emergency cases. Teachers are not allowed to hold special classes and meetings outside the school campus without the approval of the school administration.
Parent-Teacher Conference
Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled after every grading period. (Please see schedule on a school calendar). A parent/guardian is required to come. Students/pupils are not authorized to claim the report cards from the class adviser. In most cases, they do not show it to their parents especially when there are low or failing grades. The PTC is considered to be one of the most important functions of the school. Classes are postponed so that teachers can attend to parent’s concerns and inquires. Therefore, parents should pay enough time and attention to this activity. The class adviser reserves the right not to accept any student/pupil in class if a parent or a guardian does not claim the report card. Instead, they will be sent to the library to do research work under the supervision of the library assistant while waiting for a parent to come and claim the report card. The school authorities will not take the responsibility for any complaint from parents who do not attend in these important meetings. This is to ensure that parents are fully aware of their child’s performance in school. For special cases, parents may come to school for a conference with teachers regarding their child. Since teachers cannot leave their classes anytime in a day, parents are advised to make an appointment with the academic coordinator to see the teacher concern after classes in the afternoon or during a vacant time. Parents/guardians are required to attend the meetings set by the school or by the PTA. Important concerns are discussed during these functions and usually decisions are made. When a parent is absent, it is understood that he/she conforms to what has been agree upon.
Deliveries and Classroom Visits
In school, students are taught to become independent in character and practice. In order to develop responsibility in our students and to avoid disruptions of classes, the following guidelines are made: 1. No deliveries are to be made during class hours. 2. Guardians and helpers are not allowed to give to the students any article they have forgotten during class hours. 3. Bring all forgotten materials to the principal’s office to be sent to the student concern by the student aid. 4. No parent/guardian is allowed to stay in the classroom even during break time. Kindergarten and Grade 1 caregivers maybe allowed staying inside the classroom only during break time. 5. Parents and guardians are not allowed to visit their child during class hours, in case of emergency, parents/guardians should wait for their child at the principal’s office. 6. Within the school hours no student may leave the school campus without the “Permit to leave” issued by the guidance office. 7. Students/Pupils may use the telephone with a fee of P4.00 per call. Office telephone is for official use only. 8. Students/pupils are not allowed to borrow office materials for personal use. 9. The school does not accommodate any letter of request or a telephone call from a parent or guardian requesting to allow any student/pupil to leave the campus during class hours or even during lunch break without a lunch passes. For emergency cases, a parent/guardian should come and secure a permit to leave from the class adviser. 10. A parent/guardian must discuss his/her concern about a child and the school first with the class adviser and/or with the teacher concerned, then with the academic coordinator if the issue is not resolved before bringing the matter to the principal and other higher authorities of the school. Please observe communication through proper channels.
Lunch Pass Parents musty apply for the issuance of lunch pass to students at the Guidance office. No student/pupil will be allowed to leave the school campus for lunch without lunch pass. A student/pupil is not allowed to ask permission from parents to leave the school campus through a telephone call for security reasons.
Monetary Contributions/Collections Either the school administration or the PTA approves all monetary collections and contributions made the school.
Suspension of Classes 1. Suspension of classes is made only by the WNU administration. 2. Announced typhoon signal #2 for the elementary and typhoon signal #3 for high school means automatic suspension of classes.
School Uniform
Boys (Elementary) 1. White polo shirt with logo 2. White T-shirt 3. Black pants 4. White socks 5. Black leather shoes 6. School I.D.
Boys (High School) 1. White (Santana) polo barong with logo 2. White T-shirt 3. Black pants 4. Black socks 5. Black leather shoes 6. School I.D.
Girls (Elementary) 1. White tetoron blouse with bow 2. Skirt 3. Black leather shoes 4. White socks 5. School I.D.
Girls (High School) 1. White tetoron blouse with cravat 2. Skirt 3. Black leather shoes 4. White socks 5. School I.D.
Daily School and Classroom Routine 1. PE & PMT uniforms should be worn as prescribed by the school. 2. PE uniforms are worn only during PE classes. Students are required to change into their official school uniform immediately after PE classes. 3. School uniforms must wear properly and decently. Improper use of it is a serious offense and must be dealt with accordingly. 4. Undershirts must be tucked. Wearing of printed undershirt is strictly not allowed. 5. Cravats and bows must be bought at the school canteen to maintain uniformity. 6. Students/pupils without the prescribed uniform are not allowed to attend classes without the admission slip secured from the Guidance office. 7. Students/pupils are not allowed to wear caps inside the school campus. 8. The “strict short hair” is the only style allowed for the Elementary and High School boys. 9. Any student/pupil who made an absence from the class on his/her return must present an excuse letter duly signed by his/her parent/guardian. 10. Any student/pupil who incurs 10% unexcused absences of the total number of school days is considered dropped from the school. 11. Any student who comes 5 minutes later than the official time is considered late. He/she should secure his admission slip from the guidance office. Latecomers may be asked to perform an activity (clean-up drive, gardening, etc.) for at least 15 minutes as a consequence for coming tardy. 12. Silence is strictly maintained at the library and at laboratory rooms. Silence and order must be maintained in the corridors & classroom all the time to develop an atmosphere conductive to study. 13. The faculty room is off-limits to students. 14. Students/pupils are strictly not allowed to loiter at the corridors while classes are going on. 15. Students/pupils mist stay only inside the classroom or at the library during vacant periods. 16. A student/pupil must be required to pay for any damage he/she caused even if it has been done unintentionally. 17. A student/pupil under suspension from classes for committing a serious offense is required to report to school regularly to perform the task assigned by the principal or class adviser. 18. Body tattoo is strictly not allowed for students/pupils. 19. Wearing of earrings is strictly not allowed for boys. 20. A class adviser reserves the right not to accept in class any student/pupil who fails to bring in school a parent/guardian to discuss with the teacher concerned his/her offense after several reminders made. Instead, he/she will be sent to the library to do research work while waiting for a parent/guardian to come. 21. Report cards and other important communications must be return to the class adviser on time. 22. No student/pupil is allowed to stay in school after six o’clock pm. 23. Students/pupils are discouraged to wear and bring in school their valuables the school dies not take the responsibility for the losses and the liability for their negligence. 24. Students/pupils are encouraged to bring their packed lunch/snacks and water everyday to ensure safety and good health.…...

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