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Next Century Mathematics

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Next Century Mathematics

A rich resource for acquisition of mathematical knowledge, meaning-making, and transfer.

Author/s:
Grade 7: Jesus P. Mercado, Josephine L. Suzara, and Catalina B. Manalo; Author (Revisor)-Coordinator: Fernando B. Orines
Grade 8: Catalina B. Manalo, Josephine L. Suzara, Jesus P. Mercado, Mirla S. Esparrago, and Nestor V. Reyes, Jr.; Author (Revisors): Zenaida B. Diaz and Maharlika P. Mojica; Author (Revisor)-Coordinator: Fernando B. Orines
Grade 9: Zenaida B. Diaz, Maharlika P. Mojica, Josephine L. Suzara, Jesus P. Mercado, Mirla S. Esparrago, and Nestor V. Reyes; Author (Revisor)-Coordinator: Fernando B. Orines
Grade 10: Mirla S. Esparrago, Nestor V. Reyes, Jr., and Catalina B. Manalo; Author-Revisor: Jesus P. Mercado; Author (Revisor)-Coordinator: Fernando B. Orines

Level/s: 7, 8, 9, and 10

  • Uses spiral design of topics, allowing mastery of competencies in algebra, geometry, and statistics and probability
  • Discusses topics using a variety of examples and easy-to-follow solutions, arranged in ascending degree of difficulty
  • Features categorized exercises that address the individual needs of learners
  • Provides math problems that train students to become analytical thinker, creative problem solver, and critical observer
  • Comes with learner-centered Learning Guides and Teachers Wraparound Edition of textbooks, replete with variety of activities that address the individual needs of learners

Explores the most basic mathematical concepts to build a solid foundation for higher study!

Textbook Copyright:

Grade 7: 2012

Grade 8: 2013

Grade 9: 2014

Grade 10: 2015

 

 

Second Edition:

Grade 7: 2017

Grade 8: 2017

Grade 9: 2018

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Essential Mathematics

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Dynamic Math

Makes mathematics fully integrated with one’s daily life and connected with various aspects of academe.

Author/s:

First Year: Belen C. Camacho, Ronald G. Santos, Carmen T. Sumo, Irene S. Villanueva, and Edna B. Zuela
Third Year: Edna B. Zuela and Luis Allan B. Melosantos
Fourth Year: Maria Felina Agbayani and Ma. Luisa Maranan-Venida
All Levels Author-Coordinator: Debbie Y. Grafil
All Levels Project Directors: Sr. Teresita A. Agana, SPC and Sr. Teresita C. Baricaua, SPC

Level/s: High School

The textbook has the following features:

  • Aims to meet varying needs of different kinds of learners; caters to different learning styles
  • Utilizes an integrative approach of various disciplines and facets of realities
  • Provides opportunities for the development of the three domains of learning— cognitive, psychomotor, and affective
  • Develops critical thinking through carefully crafted exercises in increasing level of difficulty
    • The teachers guide provides suggested lessons and flows of discussions which allow interaction with students. Answers to exercises are given in the solution set.

Textbook Copyright:

Level I: 2010; 2008

Level III: 2009

Level IV: 2008

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Essential Mathematics

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Essential Mathematics

Transforms knowledge of students to thinking and problem solving skills essential to the development of deep conceptual and procedural understanding of mathematics.

Author/s:
Elementary Algebra: Caridad A. Cañete, Ma. Lourdes Victoria V. Sta. Maria, and Ma. Rizza C. Soriano
Intermediate Algebra: Angelita de Jesus and Allan Bailestra
Geometry and Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry: Ma. Jennifer C. Alarcon, Stephanie Anne B. Mutoc, and Josephine Sacluti
Levels I – IV Author-Coordinator: Auxencia A. Limjap

Level/s: High School

The Essential Mathematics series was prepared by a group of mathematics educators who assume significant roles in reform movements in basic mathematics education in the country. Their classroom experiences and research-based pedagogical content knowledge were used in the design of instructional materials anchored on the theory of active construction of knowledge. The features of the book include but are not limited to the following:

  • Promotes transformative learning of mathematics by starting each lesson with a problem-solving scenario or an activity that probes students’ knowledge
  • Engages students in concept building through activities in “Time to Discover” that trigger self-reflection,
    exploration, and investigation
  • Encourages critical discourse and negotiation of meaning among the students as they find the link of their old knowledge with the new mathematical concepts in the discovery activities
  • Provides students with opportunities to make conjectures and inferences about the algebraic and geometric properties and relationships
  • Generates conclusions, definitions, and generalizations on mathematical concepts through open-ended questions found in all sections of the book
  • Assesses learning in every section through items in “Time to Exercise” which accommodate the needs of students at different developmental levels
  • Utilizes an interactive format that allows students to respond and articulate their ideas; and the teachers to diagnose student thinking for possible alternative conceptions
  • Provides chapter review to highlight the important mathematical concepts
  • Coaches teachers to utilize technology in the classroom including indigenous ones like the patty paper, and modern ones like handheld calculators or computer softwares

The Textbook is designed to give students at all developmental levels opportunities to construct their mathematical network by building their procedural skills and developing their conceptual understanding in algebra and geometry. It uses both the inductive and deductive methods to provide learners with rich mathematical experiences.

The Teachers Guide includes lesson plans that help teachers execute the three steps for transformative learning, namely,
(1) exposing students’ prior knowledge through an activating event,
(2) engaging students in activities for critical self-reflection and critical discourse,
(3) guiding the students to make generalizations, apply their new knowledge to different situations, and test the new concepts and skills.

The Syllabus uses the three steps for transformative learning as the framework. It lists the learning competencies, goals, and objectives of every topic, strategies appropriate for the attainment of conceptual understanding and procedural skills, assessment tools that measure if the goals were attained.

Textbook Copyright:

Elementary Algebra: 2007

Intermediate Algebra: 2007

Geometry: 2007

Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics: 2007

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Soaring 21st Century Mathematics

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Soaring 21st Century Mathematics

Develops students’ critical thinking, equipping them with mathematical skills and competencies that are attuned to the demands of globalization.

Author/s:
Grade 7: Josephine L. Sy Tan, Archieval A. Rodriguez, Ed.D., Arvie D. Ubarro, Jonathan C. Glorial, and Manuel T. Kotah; Contributing Authors: Sutero P. Cabanes, Ruben B. Cenita, Lino C. Reynoso, Ph.D., Sally S. Chee; Coordinators: Roberto J. Degolacion and Lucy O. Sia; Author-Project Director: Simon L. Chua, D.T.
Grade 8: Roger L. Nuqui, Ed. D., Archieval A. Rodriguez, Ed. D, Arvie D. Ubarro, and Samuel G. Gayangos; Contributing Authors: Robert Chee and Josephine C. Sy Tan; Coordinators: Roberto J. Degolacion and Lucy O. Sia; Author-Project Director: Simon L. Chua, D.T.
Grade 9: Isidro C. Aguilar, Ed.D, Josephine L. Sy Tan, Roberto J. Degolacion, ad Arvie D. Ubarro; Contributing Authors: Archieval A. Rodriguez, Ed.D. and Manuel T. Kotah; Coordinators: Roberto J. Degolacion and Lucy O. Sia; Author-Project Director: Simon L. Chua, D.T.
Grade 10: Josephine L. Sy Tan, Arvie D. Ubarro, Ma. Remedios R. Cayetano, SPC, and Renato R. Guerrero; Contributing Authors: Archieval A. Rodriguez, Ed. D, Manuel T. Kotah, Roberto J. Degolacion, Coordinators: Roberto J. Degolacion and Lucy O. Sia; Consultant: Simon L. Chua, D.T.

Level/s: 7, 8, 9, and 10

  • Offers warm-up exercises not only to develop students’ higher order thinking skills, analytical skills, and creativity but also to give them the opportunity to practice their developing skills by themselves
  • Equips learners with methods and approaches that bridge the gaps between the concrete and the abstract through the variedly crafted drills that cater to developing of the students’ cognitive domains
  • Focuses on developing students’ sustained enthusiasm through added features like hands-on activity, and more challenging exercises
  • Enhances students’ skills and interests through the variedly designed exercises (Warm-up Practice, Power Plus, and Take the Challenge)
  • Offers problems that allow students to focus on real-life applications
  • Implements a step-by-step approach to each mathematical problem and thus help in avoiding careless mistakes
  • Features actual problems used in international mathematics competition

The Textbook provides well-designed lessons boosted with challenging examples and concepts appropriate for high school students.

The Teachers Wraparound edition features the connection between the textbook and the supplementary materials namely Learning Guide, Solution Set, and Curriculum Map. It contains QR codes for additional exercises and activities.

The Learning Guide features comprehensive learning plans based on a thorough study of the structure of mathematics and hence provides lessons which are both challenging and fun.

The Solution Set includes an answer key containing complete and detailed solution for all textbook exercises.

Textbook Copyright:

Grade 7: 2014

Grade 8: 2014

Grade 9: 2014

Grade 10: 2015

 

Second Edition:

Grade 7: 2018

Grade 8: 2017

Grade 9: 2017

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Phoenix Math for the 21st Century Learners

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Phoenix Math for the 21st Century Learners

Develops students’ critical thinking, equipping them with mathematical skills and competencies that are attuned to the demands of globalization.

Author/s:
Grade 7: Roberto J. Degolacion, Benson Tan, and Milagros Endo; Coordinators: Lino Reynoso Ph.D. and Benson Tan; Project Manager: Simon L. Chua, D.T.
Grade 8 (BEC 2002 and Second Edition): Jonathan C. Glorial, Joseph L. Guadayo, Roberto C. Lelina, Josephine L. Sy Tan, Roberto C. Degolacion, and Simon L. Chua, D.T. (Author-Project Director); Coordinators: Roberto J. Degolacion, Carmen T. Sumo, and Lucy O. Sia
Grade 9: Eugenia V. Guerra, Lucy M. Puro, Victor O. Reyes, Josephine L. Sy Tan, Ruben B. Cenita, Clemente Gadia and Simon L. Chua, D.T. (Author-Project Director); Coordinators: Roberto J. Degolacion, Eduardo O. Dela Cruz Jr., Ed.D, and Lucy O. Sia
Grade 10: Quennie S. Flores, Manuel T. Kotah, Carmen T. Sumo, Eugenia V. Guerra, and Simon L. Chua, D.T. (Author-Consultant); Coordinator: Roberto J. Degolacion
Second Edition, Grade 7: Ma. Luisa V. Villano, Lowela B. Mupas, Josephine L. Sy Tan, and Simon L. Chua, D.T. (Author-Project Director); Coordinators: Eduardo O. Dela Cruz, Jr., Ed.D., Lucy O. Sia, and Roberto J. Degolacion

Level/s: 7, 8, 9, and 10

  • Employs an easy-to-understand approach that allows students to apply math in daily life
  • Presents nonroutine problems for international math contests
  • Addresses the needs of the different types of learners through the following forms of math exercises:
    1. Follow-Up Practice for application of previously learned concepts;
    2. Maintain Your Skill for individual written practice;
    3. Mind Strainer to engage the students to explore and communicate mathematical ideas;
    4. Brain Provoker to keep a mental “check” of the student’s progress;
    5. Chapter Test to assess the students’ skills with a sampling of problems from each section
    within every chapter; and
    6. Spare A Moment, an additional feature found at the end of every chapter, which contains
    international contest problems in preparation for any competition.

Textbook Copyright:

Grade 7: 2012

Grade 8: 2013

Grade 9: 2014

Grade 10: 2015

 

Second Edition:

Grade 7: 2017

Grade 8: 2017

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21st Century Mathematics

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21st Century Mathematics

Equips your students to become productive, math‑literate individuals in order for them to face the mathematical challenges of the 21st century! This comprehensive math series is designed to meet the varied learning abilities of high school students.

Author/s:
Rechilda P. Villame, Ju Se T. Ho, Lucy O. Sia, and Misael Jose S. Fisico; Author-Coordinator: Simon L. Chua, D.T.

Level/s: High School

The modern math series—

  • helps students acquire computational skills and learn different techniques in problem solving by oral and written exercises carefully constructed by the authors
  • provides abundant oral and written exercises subdivided into several categories catering to the needs and abilities of the learners
  • teaches Pascal programming and the correct use of the calculator to keep up with current trends

The Textbook offers math students comprehensive lessons and plenty of challenging math exercises that enable them to master the art of problem solving.

The Teachers Guide provides a detailed lesson plan for each lesson in the textbook that will enrich the teachers’ knowledge on the subject matter and give them ideas on what strategies or techniques to use in teaching the lessons effectively.

Textbook Copyright:

Level I: 1995

Level II: 1995

Level III: 1996

Level IV: 1995

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Consumer Mathematics

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Consumer Mathematics

Explains the importance of consumer education and introduces the values and skills that characterize a vigilant consumer!

Author/s:
Numidas O. Limjap; Coordinator: Carmen de la Peña

Level/s: High School

Consumer Mathematics is packed with practical lessons that teach about the rights and privileges of consumers and the means of protecting them. The book gives students, the arithmetic skills and consumers, the information they need to make wise buying decisions.

The units in the book—

  • describe the Filipino consumers under various economic situations
  • point out the varied ways to become a wise consumer in the home and in the community with respect to business, industry, and government
  • teach the role of the consumer in the national economy
  • offer a timely discussion of what one can contribute to the economic development of the country

It comes with these useful study materials:

  • A glossary of important words pertaining to consumer education
  • Prerequisite Concepts and Skills section which previews the concepts and skills to be taken up in a specific unit

Textbook Copyright:

1987

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Basic Algebra for Secondary Schools

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Basic Algebra for Secondary Schools

Basic Algebra for Secondary Schools (First Year) incorporates the basic mathematical needs of the young freshman in a growing technological society, and is anchored on the philosophy of learning through guided discovery.

Author/s:
Numidas O. Limjap; Author-Coordinator: Carmen R. dela Peña

Level/s: First Year High School

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Advanced Algebra for Secondary Schools

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Advanced Algebra for Secondary Schools

Advanced Algebra for Secondary Schools (Second Year) is designed to provide students with the needed background for further Algebra course. Its main feature is the development of skills necessary for solving equations and inequalities, followed by the application of those skills in solving real-life situation problems. Both levels conform to BEC 2002!

Author/s:
Francis R. Cruz and Numidas O. Nimjap; Author-Coordinator: Carmen R. dela Peña; Editor: Andie Alexander R. dela Peña

Level/s: Second Year High School

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Basic Statistics

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Basic Statistics

Basic Statistics deals with the basic concepts of descriptive and inferential statistics. It is a helpful and comprehensible textbook for students who are encountering statistics as a subject for the first time.

Author/s:
Lydia M. Ybañez

Level/s: High School

The textbook comes with A Supplement to Basic Statistics which provides additional statistical data that the students can use in the application of theories learned from the former.

Textbook Copyright:

1993

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