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Soaring 21st Century Mathematics (Grade School)

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Soaring 21st Century Mathematics (Grade School)

The Soaring 21st Century Mathematics series is based on the K to 12 Curriculum learning competencies. It uses the concrete-pictorial-abstract format to introduce new concepts and utilizes an integrative approach that consolidates and links mathematical concepts.

Author/s:
Grade 1: Ellen T. Ongduenco, Milagros A. Endo, and Benson S. Tan; Contributing Author: Jedd Amerson S. Chua; Coordinator: Roberto J. Degolacion, Lino C. Reynoso, and Benson S. Tan
Grade 2: Roberto J. Degolacion, Myrna S. Agtarap, and Alma Luz F. Pasiliao; Contributing Author: Joseph S. Wee and Jedd Amerson S. Chua; Coordinator: Luningning T. Tibi, Lucy M. Puno, and Lino C. Reynoso, Ph.D
Grade 3: Winsdy Joy S. Marcos, Nila R. Jaramillo, Josefina H. Tan, and Eduardo; Contributing Author: Eduardo O. dela Cruz Jr, Ed.D., and Jedd Amerson S. Chua; Coordinator: Roberto J. Degolacion and Isidro C. Aguilar, Ph.D.
Grade 4: Eduardo O. dela Cruz Jr, Ed.D., Concesa R. Rapacon, Jonathan C. Glorial, and Roberto J. Degolacion; Contributing Author: Ma. Ester G. Tan and Benson S. Tan; Coordinator: Roberto J. Degolacion and Lino C. Reynoso, PhD
Grade 5: Manuel T. Kotah, Evelyn G. Samper-Enriquez, and Sanet S. Hipolito; Contributing Author: Edgardo C. Domingo and Leila V. Bernaldez; Coordinator: Isidro C. Aguilar, Ph.D. and Luningning T. Tibi; Consultant: Simon L. Chua, D.T
Grade 6: Elmer M. Apistar, Jose L. Caberte, Ph.D., Genesis G. Camarista, Esther Jane Y. Uy, Marlene Ortiz, and Elenita T. Boo; contributing Author: , Edgardo C. Domingo, Jonathan Glorial, and Alfredo A. Barocca; Coordinator: Roberto J. Degolacion, Eugenio Vertucio-Guerva, and Lucy O. Sia; Consultant: Lino C. Reynoso; Project Director: Simon L. Chua, D.T, Roberto J. Degolacion, and Lino C. Reynoso, Ph.D

Level/s: Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

Components:

The Worktext provides a detailed explanation for each lesson in a straightforward and interesting approach through relevant life situations. Creative and critical thinking as well as self-discovery of problem-solving strategies are developed through worked examples in each lesson and followed through with the following
sections:

  • Let’s Work Together – Enable pupils  to work collaboratively as they learn and explore two or more mathematical concepts at the same time
  • On Your Own – Develops pupils’ independence in solving and exploring math problems through drills and exercises; includes games and puzzles to ensure that pupils gain speed, accuracy, and mastery of mathematical skills
  • Take the Challenge – Deepens pupils’ mathematical concepts and challenges their reasoning and higher-order-thinking skills; provides pupils the opportunity not only to review the fundamental mathematical concepts and techniques but also to put into use the skills learned
  • Moving Towards International Math Contest – Provides an opportunity for pupils to apply their mathematical knowledge in solving math problems designed by internationally renowned mathematicians

The Learning Guide with Answer Key includes additional exercises, motivational activities, and strategies in making mathematics a good learning experience and the answer key for all the exercises in the textbook.

Worktext Copyright:

The New Grade 1: 2017

The New Grade 2: 2017

The New Grade 3: 2017

Grade 4: 2015

Grade 5: 2016

Grade 6: 2016

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Beyond Math

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Beyond Math

Beyond Math is designed to provide a solid foundation in basic mathematical concepts. Its emphasis is on the computational skills and problem-solving techniques. It aims to sustain pupils’ interest in mathematics by providing student-friendly lesson discussions, realistic examples, and interesting exercises.

Author/s:
Rigan P. Ap-apid, Tom N. Chu, Mercurio T. Elenzano, Ani M. Guerrero, Darwin M. Guerrero, Angelyn R. Lao, Loly Ong, Ferdinand D. Rivera, Judy W. Sy, Polly W. Sy, and Maria Jenny Tan; Coordinators: Loly Ong and Polly W. Sy

Level/s: Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

Components:

The Worktext consists of concise and mathematically sound lesson discussions, a Working Together section, and a Chapter Test section. Each lesson contains four sets of exercises (Snap this Math!Middling Math!MathaLino Challenge, and Enrichment). It features the following:

  • Focus on the mastery of basic concepts: Presents a clear and systematic way of explaining concepts and provides exercises that develop and strengthen the mastery of the concept
  • Emphasis on the mastery of computational skills and problem-solving techniques: Provides ample examples that explain and show the different computation and problem-solving techniques; contains exercises of increasing levels of difficulty to provide continuous drills to meet the needs of pupils
  • Integration of values education and real-life situations: Integrates the attitudes and values
    essential to the development of the character of morally upright law-abiding citizens; includes
    applications to real-life situations in the examples and exercises in every chapter
  • Enhancement of reasoning power: Includes an Enrichment exercise in each lesson to improve reasoning skills and to encourage critical thinking
  • Enhancement of social skills: Enables and encourages pupils to work in small groups through the Working Together section to further strengthen their understanding of the concepts and to enhance their social skills through the activities that require group dynamics and bonding among the students
  • Inclusion of Chapter Tests: Includes a Chapter Test section to provide a set of problems to check the pupils’ mastery of the concepts and the development of their computational skills

The Teachers Guide includes the length of time needed to complete each lesson, teaching strategies, and other relevant activities to assist the teachers in planning their learning experiences.

Worktext Copyright:

Grade 1: 2009

Grade 2: 2009

Grade 3: 2009

Grade 4: 2009

Grade 5: 2009

Grade 6: 2009

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Math for Global Understanding

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Math for Global Understanding

Math for Global Understanding promises to be the missing link between knowing and understanding. It allows students to figure out the big ideas and essential understandings that surround particular concepts and ideas. It develops in students appreciation of the power of analysis and reasoning through carefully-crafted assessments that are real-life and standards-based.

Author/s:
Grade 1: Maria Teresa Bayle
Grade 2: Dominic Dial; Author Coordinator: Debbie Grafil
Grade 3: Elizabeth Mendoza and Maria Teresa Bayle
Grade 4 and 5: Dominic Dial, Marites Cui, and Debbie Grafil
Grade 6: Christine Jayne Blanco and Maria Teresa Bayle; Coordinator: Maria Teresa Bayle and Debbie Grafil

Level/s: Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

The series provides functional, relevant, and practical examples that pupils can use in their daily-life interactions with the community, the country, and the world. It allows pupils to figure out the big ideas and essential understandings revolving around the lessons and challenges them to constantly check on their prior learning through the Essential Questions found at the beginning of each chapter. The series contains assessments that are carefully classified into four categories — Knowledge and Technical Skills, Process, Understanding, and Product — that mirror the standards-based assessment mandated by the DepEd Order No. 73.

 

Features:

  • Think Global Math – shows the functional and practical use of Math in the real world
  • Make Sense – shows how Math gives meaning and relevance to our daily routines and activities
  • Learn More – provides additional information, knowledge, and skills on a higher level to expose the students to more challenging tasks
  • My Enduring Understanding – allows students to check the accuracy of their understanding of the lessons discussed
  • My Evidence of Learning: Raising the B-A-R – provides various forms of formative assessments, covering the different levels of learning, as mandated by the DepEd Order No. 73.
    Subsections (present assessments in varying degrees of difficulty):
    Building Proficiency – assessments on knowledge
    Approaching Proficiency – assessments on Process and Skills
    Reaching Proficiency – assessments on Understanding, Meaning-Making, and
    Transfer

Worktext Copyright:

The New Grade 1: 2013

The New Grade 2: 2013

The New Grade 3: 2014

The New Grade 4: 2015

The New Grade 5: 2016

 The New Grade 6: 2016

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Dr. Ernesto Y. Sibal was one of the few Filipinos in academic publishing who can irrefutably lay claim to these three titles—Patriot, Pioneer and Innovator. A staunch patriot, Dr. Sibal fiercely advocated the vision of designating Filipino-authored books for young Filipino learners. This vision was enabled by the establishment of Alemar’s Bookstore in 1958, and through the foresight and drive of Alegria Rodriguez, who shared in the vision of her husband, she helped galvanize then fledgling Alemar's Bookstore as the place to go for textbooks and school needs, propelling it to become the first established bookstore chain in the country.

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Phoenix Math for the 21st Century Learners

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Phoenix Math for the 21st Century Learners

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

Author/s:
Grade 1: Jerome L. Salazar, Thelma Cambas, Sioc Bee Chan Azajar, and Roberto J. Degolacion
Grade 2: Ellenbelle S. Bibi, Loreta I. Cepriaso, and Roberto J. Degolacion
Grade 3: Mary Ann J. Acedo, , Concesa R. Rapacon, and Isidro C. Aguilar
Grade 4: Hernan F. Jalon, Roberto G. Dumali, Roger L. Nuqui, Mercibel F. Pegarido, and Marita R. Cedino
Grade 5: Joemarie A. Bandejos, Dolores E. Reyes, s, Enerio L. Sagusay, Ed.D., and Eduardo O. Dela Cruz, Jr. Ed.D.
Grade 6: Myrna S. Agtarap, Roberto I. Agtarap, Ryan R. Subong, and Renato R. Guerrero; Coordinator: Eduardo O. Dela Cruz, Ed.D., Concesa R. Rapacon, and Roberto J. Degolacion; Project Director: Simon L. Chua D.T.

Level/s: Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

Phoenix Math for the 21st Century Learners employs an easy-to-understand approach that allows pupils to apply math in daily life. Each book contains straightforward and uncomplicated lesson presentation and uses the concrete-pictorial-abstract format in introducing new concepts. It presents non-routine problems to prepare pupils for international math contest and contains a rich variety of enrichment activities. The series addresses the needs of different types of learners through the following forms of math exercises:

  • Towards Better Understanding – provides the learners with oral exercises to allow the teachers to
    observe and measure pupils’ depth of understanding
  • Follow-up Practice – develops mathematical skills where pupils practice and apply independently what they have learned from the previous lessons
  • Mind Strainers – engages the pupils to explore and communicate mathematical ideas
  • Math Corridor – an additional feature found at the end of every chapter; contains calculation shortcuts to
    crunch numbers with ease, problem-solving techniques, and math and logic puzzles

Worktext Copyright:

The New Grade 1: 2017

The New Grade 2: 2017

The New Grade 3: 2017

Grade 4: 2015

Grade 5: 2016

Grade 6: 2016

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Dr. Ernesto Y. Sibal was one of the few Filipinos in academic publishing who can irrefutably lay claim to these three titles—Patriot, Pioneer and Innovator. A staunch patriot, Dr. Sibal fiercely advocated the vision of designating Filipino-authored books for young Filipino learners. This vision was enabled by the establishment of Alemar’s Bookstore in 1958, and through the foresight and drive of Alegria Rodriguez, who shared in the vision of her husband, she helped galvanize then fledgling Alemar's Bookstore as the place to go for textbooks and school needs, propelling it to become the first established bookstore chain in the country.

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Soaring 21st Century Mathematics (Preschool)

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Soaring 21st Century Mathematics (Preschool)

With the desire to innovate and adhere to global competitiveness, this preschool series based on International Math standards, equips young learners with enriched knowledge and skills, helping them generate greater interest and gain confidence in Mathematics.

Author/s:
Nursery: Marie Lana de Vera-Lim, Windy Joy S. Marcos, and Ellen T. Ongduenco
Kinder 1: Encarnation N. Gonzales, Noel N. Navarro, Ellen T. Ongduenco, and Lizabeth A. Wang
Kinder 2: Marie Lana de Vera-Lim and Ellen T. Ongduenco; Coordinator: Jedd Amerson S. Chua, Robert J. Degolacion, Ellen T. Ongduenco, Isidro Aguilar, and Marie Lana de Vera-Lim; Project Director: Simon L. Chua, D.T.

Level/s: Nursery; Kindergartens 1 and 2

The series places heavy emphasis on learner’s participation as it adopts the activity-oriented approach. Each book presents lessons with real-life themes, pictures, and illustrations to develop the learners’ sense of meaning making in the realm of mathematics. It teaches math concepts, which are intensively integrated with various subject areas, to enable learners in making connections. Through the authentic approach, the series hastens not only the learners’ computational skills but also the problem-solving skills. It addresses different types of learners through the following math exercises:

  • Let’s Work Together – facilitates group work and collaborative learning
  • On Your Own – enables independence and mastery of skills and concepts taught
  • Take the Challenge – deepens learners’ mathematical concepts, mathematical reasoning, and higher-order-thinking skills
  • Fun with Math – leads learners in applying mathematical skills in actual experiences

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Dr. Ernesto Y. Sibal was one of the few Filipinos in academic publishing who can irrefutably lay claim to these three titles—Patriot, Pioneer and Innovator. A staunch patriot, Dr. Sibal fiercely advocated the vision of designating Filipino-authored books for young Filipino learners. This vision was enabled by the establishment of Alemar’s Bookstore in 1958, and through the foresight and drive of Alegria Rodriguez, who shared in the vision of her husband, she helped galvanize then fledgling Alemar's Bookstore as the place to go for textbooks and school needs, propelling it to become the first established bookstore chain in the country.

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21st Century Mathematics

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21st Century Mathematics

The 21st Century Mathematics series challenges learners’ math competencies and interest to the fullest with mastery‑oriented lessons on the four fundamental operations, on problem solving, and on computers.

Author/s:
Jessica P. Valenzuela, Loly T. Ong, Winsdy Joy S. Marcos, Annabelle L. Clave, Rosalie B. Concepcion, Luis Prudencio G. Salamat, Ma. Jenny Tan, Rechilda P. Villame, Simon L. Chua, D.T., Aida Yao Gue, Misael Jose S. Fisico, Roma G. Perez, Evangeline T. Ilagan, Lino C. Reynoso, John Lou Y. Deferia, Vilma S. Lacandazo, and Nila R. Jaramillo

Contributing Authors:
Maximilian K. Torrecampo, Mary G. Cu, Raquel A. Mendoza, Simon L. Chua, D.T., Rechilda P. Villame, Misael Jose S. Fisico, Roma G. Perez, Raymund L. Dimaranan, Bonifacio T. Perido, Edmond C. Reyes, and Helen L. Franco

Associate Coordinators:
Loly T. Ong and Rechilda P. Villame Coordinator: Simon L. Chua, D.T.

Coordinator:
Simon L. Chua, D.T.

Level/s: Preschools A, B, and C; Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

The 21st Century Mathematics series includes more advanced math concepts with emphasis on problem solving. Innovative and up-to-date, it lays the foundation that develops skilled mathematicians as it:

  • emphasizes mastery of basic operations;
  • offers introductory concepts and activities in computer education and exercises on the wise use of calculators; and
  • highlights a section titled Think and Try, which enhances pupils’ logical-and-critical-thinking skills through
    challenging but amusing activities and problems.

The Worktext showcases the following features:

  • Focus on skills development: Offers goal-oriented lessons and exercises that intensively develop and reinforce mastery of a particular skill
  • Repetitive practice for efficient learning and understanding: Provides immediate and rigorous practice with preliminary and continuous drills, enabling you to render maximum supervision and check pupils’ errors before they begin to work independently
  • Emphasis on problem solving: Enables pupils to apply basic math concepts in solving problems and to extend the use of these concepts in a variety of situations

The Teachers Guide supplies reinforcement and enrichment activities and specifies the length of time needed to complete a particular lesson. Further discussion of some math concepts plus other interesting activities are also provided to help you teach the lessons more effectively.

Worktext Copyright:

Preschool A: 1995

Preschool B: 1996

Preschool C: 1997

Grade 1: 1995

Grade 2: 1995

Grade 3: 1995

Grade 4: 1995

Grade 5: 1995

Grade 6: 1995

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Learn and Do Global Maths the Easy Way

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Learn and Do Global Maths the Easy Way

Learn and Do Global Maths the Easy Way, the latest GS Math Book series of Phoenix Publishing House, Inc. is the simplified version of the series Math for Global Understanding.

Author/s:
Grade 1: Maria Teresa C. Bayle; Coordinator: Debbie Y. Grafil and Maria Teresa C. Bayle

Grade 2: Dominic M. Dial, Marites L. Cui, and Debbie Y. Grafil; Coordinator: Debbie Y. Grafil and Maria Teresa C. Bayle

Grade 3: Elizabeth D. Mendoza and Maria Teresa C. Bayle; Coordinator: Debbie Y. Grafil and Maria Teresa C. Bayle

Level/s: Grades 1, 2, and 3

It is anchored on the belief that . . .
  • “When you teach a child something, you take away forever his chance of discovering it for himself.” – Jean Piaget
  • “Just because something is difficult doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try. It just means you should try harder.”- minds-in-bloom.com
  • “You do not help a child to grow when you deprive him/hereof the opportunity to think and reason.” -MTCBayle.
This easy-to-use-and-understand MUST HAVE book seriesallows pupils to figure out the reason and/or logic behind concepts, ideas, and mathematical solutions throughout the series. Though made simpler in its presentation and discussion, in accordance with the specific grade level, the GOOD NEWS is that the series:
  • Remains Faithful in developing critical and logical reasoning skills throughout
  • Presents functional, relevant, and practical examples in daily life
  • Challenges pupils to constantly check on their prior knowledge through KEY Questions
  • Develops 21st Century Skills like critical thinking, collaboration, communication, creativity, and problem-solving through the well-crafted assessments
  • Boasts of a Framework that features the following: Jumpstart: This section introduces the topic for discussion in an interesting, simple, easy-to-understand manner Get Going: This sections provides additional information, knowledge, and skills on a higher level yet remains easily understandable by the ordinary pupil Key Points to Remember: This sections outlines the important learnings from the lessons discussed Keeping Track: This section provides various forms of formative assessments, covering the different levels of  learning, as mandated by the DepEd Order No. 73 The susections under this heading present assessments in varying degrees of difficulty and are labeled as Start Up, Power Up, and Finish Line. Tune Up Your Learning: This section allows the pupils to assess their progress in acquiring knowledge, skills, and understanding of the lesson discussed.                                                          
                              The series comes with a wrap-around edition to guide the teachers in their delivery of meaningful discussion.

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