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From Cave to Cloud: Media and Information Literacy for Today

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From Cave to Cloud: Media and Information Literacy for Today

T his covers the fundamental aspects of media and information literacy, offering a historical survey of the evolution of media and information technologies that traces how different technologies were invented, innovated, and predisposed to new uses, and how they, in turn, shape history.

Author/s:
Patrick F. Campos

Level/s: Senior High

  • T he textbook, then, endeavors to provide today’s learners a vital educational resource for helping them develop media and information literacy both as an individual pursuit and as a social pursuit.
  • T he manner of writing also aims to engage the learner in the style of communication that is familiar to young people who are new media “natives.” By writing the textbook as such, it is hoped that the learner will be exposed to many and diverse examples, as well as to the developments in media and information studies.
  • T he book comes with a Learning Guide (LG) with Curriculum Map (CM), Teachers Wraparound Edition (TWE), and a Teachers Resource CD (TRCD). The LG with CM and TWE provides sample learning plans to help teachers explain the concepts and execute the activities. It also shows lesson development, application of varied teaching strategies, as well as alignment of contents with the learning competencies prescribed by DepEd. The TRCD is an additional instructional material designed to help teachers facilitate for effective teaching.

Copyright:

2016

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Media and Information in a Changing World: The Essential Introduction to Media and Information Literacy (The Padayon Series)

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Media and Information in a Changing World: The Essential Introduction to Media and Information Literacy (The Padayon Series)

In the aftermath of innovations that began with Gutenberg’s printing press and carried through the centuries until Zuckerberg’s Facebook, information and media have seeped into every nook and cranny.

Author/s:
Violet B. Valdez, PhD, Jaime Manuel Q. Flores, Jon Paul F. Maligalig, Aaron R. Vicencio, Andrew Albert J. Ty, Jo Aurea M. Imbong, Esq, Cheryl Borsoto-Nasol, and Karissa Villa; Project Director: Ronaldo B. Mactal, PhD

Level/s: Senior High

  • This Textbook is the learners’ guide to the theory and practice embodied in the course Media and Information Literacy. The various chapters recount the story and growth of media. They present the theories, concepts, and principles that learners need to be able to think about media and information in critical and creative ways. Concepts are enhanced using examples that trigger interest, stimulate thinking, and inspire further learning. Guide questions, activities, and tests provide opportunities to apply concepts
    not only in the learners’ daily encounters with the media but also in production projects. Indeed this book is an invitation for learners to step back and ponder: What is media? What is information? Where do these come from and where are they bringing me? How are they shaping my life? How can I use them to develop my potentials as an individual and as a productive and responsible citizen? How can I avoid being manipulated and deceived by them? How can I be a part of them in a meaningful way? How can I use them to contribute to the development of my community?
  • This book will not only enrich classroom discussions but also inspire doing and participation. It is an
    indispensable guide for learners as they become more aware of media in their lives, and learn to reflect and decide on the ways they deal with media and information.
  • Padayon: Media and Information in a Changing World is a complete resource for the core course Media and Information Literacy. Its content was carefully written and organized following the course guidelines of the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum. It is an essential referral for learners and a valuable tool for teachers.

Copyright:

2018

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THE PHOENIX ABM TEXTBOOK SERIES

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THE PHOENIX ABM TEXTBOOK SERIES

This series is intended for senior high school students taking the Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand. It covers all of the nine specialization subjects required by the Department of Education (DepEd).

Author/s:
Fundamentals of Accountancy, Business, and Management: A Textbook in Basic Accounting 1 and Fundamentals of Accountancy, Business, and Management: A Textbook in Basic Accounting 2: Solita A. Frias

Organization and Management: Concepts, Caselets, and Exercises: Solita A. Frias and Victoria G. Orjalo

Marketing for Beginners: The Principles of Marketing: Anna A. Mendiola, Marla B. Agustin, and Oman S. Tanchingco

Applied Economics: Patrick V. Caoile

Business Ethics and Social Responsibility: Principles, Policies, Programs, and Practices: Solita A. Frias and Victoria G. Orjalo

Business Mathematics for Filipinos: Christian Paul O. Chan Shio, Jeric C. Briones, Len Patrick Dominic M. Garces, and Juan Carlo F. Mallari

Exploring Small Business and Personal Finance: Patricia P. Benito, Tyrone Panzer Chan Pao, and Kenneth Yumang

Business Enterprise Simulation: Business Incubation and ABM Integration: Victoria G. Orjalo; Project Director: Erlinda C. Pefianco, Ed.D

Level/s: Senior High

It hopes to realize the following outcome goals:
  • Help bring Philippine education standards at par with international standards through the publication of instructional materials that meet Filipino and global standards.
  • Develop more emotionally mature graduates equipped with technical and/or vocational skills who are better prepared for work, middle level skills development, and higher education through the provision of contextually appropriate and relevant teaching and learning materials.
  • Significantly address shortages or gaps in educational inputs, particularly of quality textbooks, workbooks, and teachers guides for grades 11 and 12.
  • It complies with the progress goals of the K to 12 Basic Education Program and strictly adheres to the standards and principles prescribed by R.A. 10533, as well as with policy guidelines issued by the DepEd on the implementation of the grades 11 to 12 of the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum.
  • It is written by present and former faculty and associate business deans from the country’s leading business schools who have excellent track records and experiences not only in the academe, but especially in the practice of the various fields of specialization of the ABM Strand.
  • Each book comes with a Teachers Guide (TG) that contains Curriculum Map, strategies and approaches in teaching ABM courses, practice exercises, answer keys, and other teacher resources set in QR codes.

Copyright:

Fundamentals of Accountancy, Business, and Management: A Textbook in Basic Accounting 1: 2016

Fundamentals of Accountancy, Business, and Management: A Textbook in Basic Accounting 2: 2016

Organization and Management: Concepts, Caselets, and Exercise: 2016

Marketing for Beginners: The Principles of Marketing: 2017

Applied Economics: 2017

Business Ethics and Social Responsibility: Principles, Policies, Programs, and Practices: 2016

Business Mathematics for Filipinos: 2017

Exploring Small Business and Personal Finance: 2016

Business Enterprise Simulation: Business Incubation and ABM Integration; 2017

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Learning to Succeed in Business with Accounting Vols. 1 and 2

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Learning to Succeed in Business with Accounting Vols. 1 and 2

These textbooks on Accounting include presentations and discussions of various accounting concepts and frameworks, which are simplified to provide the reader with an initial working knowledge on the different steps of the accounting cycle for a service and merchandising business.

Author/s:
Dr. Marivic Valenzuela-Manalo

Level/s: Senior High

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Learning to Succeed in Business with Management

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Learning to Succeed in Business with Management

This textbook on Management is written in an easy-to-understand writing style with graphic illustrations for concepts to be more understandable for students. Each chapter is made to get the readers think about management principles, theories, concepts, and issues.

Author/s:
Dr. Maria Victoria P. Tibon

Level/s: Senior High

Each chapter is made to get the readers think about management principles, theories, concepts, and issues. The presentation of ideas is anchored on the link between the competency-based learning objectives and the chapter material. Through accompanying cases and activities, these concepts are also made meaningful to the reader. The book also provides the foundation of knowledge and skills that can enable the student to practice management in the future.

Copyright:

2016

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Learning to Succeed in Business with Marketing

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Learning to Succeed in Business with Marketing

For the book on Marketing, theories are discussed to provide the reader with frameworks to use in consumption situations. Emphasis is given to the consumer perspective for the reader to appreciate what marketing is all about.

Author/s:
Dr. Ma. Luisa Chua-Delayco

Level/s: Senior High

  • Emphasis is given to the consumer perspective for the reader to appreciate what marketing is all about. References and examples from the internet were used to show the marketing activities on the web. Each unit is prefaced with learning objectives to orient the readers.
  • Discussion questions and problem exercises are included in every unit to enable students to practice the different frameworks and concepts learned.
  • Written in an Outcome-Based Education (OBE) paradigm, each book comes with Teachers Wraparound Edition (TWE) that contains the Learning GuideCurriculum Map, and other Teacher Resources set in QR codes.

Copyright:

2016

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HUMSS Fusion (The Padayon Series)

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HUMSS Fusion (The Padayon Series)

This is a workbook for the culminating activity of grade 12 students under the Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) Strand. It aims to help academic track students in integrating concepts and principles learned from various disciplines and learning areas in the humanities and social sciences. It is intended to guide students in the step-by-step preparation of group exhibits and student portfolios that creatively represent syntheses of lessons learned from the humanities and social sciences. It invites students to envision their future as liberal arts professionals through career talks and actual immersion in the disciplines.

Author/s:
Neil Oliver T. Penullar, Ma. Lourdes F. Melegrito, PhD Cand., and Diana J. Mendoza, PhD; Project Director: Ronaldo B. Mactal, PhD

Level/s: Senior High

Key Features

  • K to 12 Curriculum Compliant
  • Develops students’ independent learning skills (e.g., selfreflection, strategic thinking, conceptual synthesis, etc.) through the individual portfolio project
  •  Trains students in developing essential questions and graphic organizers to synthesize key HUMSS concepts and principles
  • Fosters cooperative learning through the HUMSS Learning Exhibit Project
  • Encourages parental involvement through Class Exhibits and Career Advocacy Sessions
  • Facilitates experiential learning through immersion activities in the liberal arts profession

Copyright:

2016

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Fashion Design

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Fashion Design

The book highlights lessons on creating garment design, calculating and procuring garment materials, and supervising garment prototype preparation and mass production. Fashion Design 11 leads to NC III.

Author/s:
Richard Papa

Level/s: Senior High

The book is authored by Richard Papa, then former Vice President of the Fashion Designers Association of the Philippines, who took up extensive courses in fashion design and pattern making at the Premier Fashion Art School and Filipino costume making at the Cultural Center of the Philippines under the tutelage of the late National Artist Mr. Badong Bernal. Mr. Papa has been a fashion designer since 1989, doing couture and ready-to-wear lines for department stores in the country.

Copyright:

2016

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Front Office Services

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The lessons in Front Of fice Services highlight core competencies in receiving and processing reservation; operating a computerized reservation system; providing accommodation reception services; conducting night shift; and providing club reception services and porter services. This course leads to NC II.

Author/s:
Jef f rey D. De Guzman and Alvin L. Espiritu; Coordinator: Clodualdo V. Paiton

Level/s: Senior High

This book is authored by Jef f rey D. De Guzman and Alvin L. Espiritu. Mr. De Guzman acquired his Master’s degree in Educational Management at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP). He is a Master Teacher II at Batasan Hills National High School in Quezon City and an NC II holder. Mr. Espiritu is a Teacher II at Batasan Hills National High School and an NC II holder.

Copyright:

2016

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Housekeeping

The book has lessons that highlight and explain housekeeping services; preparation of rooms for guests; cleaning premises; valet or butler services; and launder of linen and guest clothes. Moreover, it contains engaging activities that enhance students’ knowledge, skills, and attitude in performing housekeeping services. This specialized course leads to National Certificate Level II (NC II).

Author/s:
Jennifer F. Vivas

Level/s: Senior High

The book has lessons that highlight and explain housekeeping services; preparation of rooms for guests; cleaning premises; valet or butler services; and launder of linen and guest clothes. Moreover, it contains engaging activities that enhance students’ knowledge, skills, and attitude in performing housekeeping services. This specialized course leads to National Certificate Level II (NC II).

Copyright:

2016

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