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ECAS Beyond Borders: Reading Literature in the 21st Century

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ECAS Beyond Borders: Reading Literature in the 21st Century

T his is designed to aid transition from literature as taught in high school (following pedagogical paradigms) to literature as taught in college (literary studies as a discipline). Thus, the textbook’s two-pronged focus is on K to 12 compliance and critique.

Author/s:
Maria Gabriela P. Martin, Alona U. Guevarra, and Emar Ivery Del Campo; Project Director: Ma. Socorro Q. Perez, PhD

Level/s: Senior High

  • It also aims to develop twenty-first century skills, namely, critical thinking, reflexivity, and research for engaging in a globalized, postmodern world.
  • T he Textbook prepares the students for performance standards tasks: critical papers, essays, adaptation
    of literary texts, oral history research on key literary figures, and close reading of texts.
  • It comes with a Curriculum Map or a more detailed K to 12 compliance chart to show strict alignment of contents and competencies with (1) the requirements of the new curriculum, (2) the pedagogical aims of UbD in the learning guide, and (3) critical frameworks of literary and cultural studies.

Copyright:

2016

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Building Resilient Communities: Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction (The Padayon Series)

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Building Resilient Communities: Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction (The Padayon Series)

This is designed to impart knowledge and skills on environment and disaster and its impact among senior high school students. This knowledge will enable the students to respond and act before, during, and after a disaster strikes. At the end of the course, the students are expected to equip themselves with practical skills and simulation activities related to disaster preparedness.

Author/s:
Maria Isabel B. Lanada, Ma. Lourdes F. Melegrito, PhD Cand., and Diana J. Mendoza, PhD; Project Director: Ronaldo B. Mactal, PhD

Level/s: Senior High

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Society, Culture, and Politics: An Introductory Text for Senior High School

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Society, Culture, and Politics: An Introductory Text for Senior High School

Designed to impart knowledge and skills on environment and disaster and its impact among senior high school students, t his book will help enable the students to respond and act before, during, and after a disaster strikes. At the end of the course, the students are expected to equip themselves with practical skills and simulation activities related to disaster preparedness.

Author/s:
Maria Virginia G. Aguilar, PhD, Luis Carmelo Buenaventura, PhD, Josephine R. Lejos-Cruz, MA, and Ma. Melinda S. Delmonte, MA

Level/s: Senior High

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Philosophy of the Human Person: An Introductory Text for Senior High School

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Philosophy of the Human Person: An Introductory Text for Senior High School

This is a textbook designed to fill in the demands of senior high school education: achieve holistic global citizens equipped with critical thinking skills and with ingrained capacity for insights-production and concepts generation.

Author/s:
Loreto G. Camiloza, Edgardo B. Garnace, Rommel M. Mazo, and Evelyn D. Perez

Level/s: Senior High

  • It facilitates learning of higher philosophical theories that cover significant themes of intellectual history
    from the Ancient Greeks to the existentialists, and to the postmodernists; taught in the traditional Socratic,
    rational, intuitive, reflective practice with leveled design using up-to-date pedagogical approaches.
  • T he authors’ combined experiences of teaching philosophy in university setting guarantees the textbook of initiating students for higher education presented in a “classroom language,” with suf ficient tasks in preparing them for performance standards: preparatory activity, checks in between lessons, short evaluative exercises involving classical concepts, and reflective activities like critique exercise and journal writing to help exhibit essential competencies of logical reasoning and insightful expositions.
  • The book comes with a Teachers Wraparound Edition (TWE) that contains the Learning GuideCurriculum Map, and other Teacher Resources set in QR codes.

Copyright:

2016

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Making Life Worth Living: An Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person (The Padayon Series)

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Making Life Worth Living: An Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person (The Padayon Series)

The textbook follows the K to 12 curriculum design of the course Introduction to Philosophy of the Human Person. Supplementary topics, however, are added to better address the objectives of the course and to make the course more relevant to present realities and issues.

Author/s:
Napoleon M. Mabaquiao Jr., PhD; Project Director: Ronaldo B. Mactal, PhD

Level/s: Senior High

  • Simple, direct, and clear language is used in explaining concepts and views without sacrificing the depth of what they convey.
  • Complex philosophical ideas are thereby simplified for students to better appreciate and benefit more from the valuable insights expressed by these ideas.
  • Discussions are thematically arranged and systematically organized.
  • T he Textbook introduces the students to the various philosophical aspects of human personhood and equips them with the concepts and skills necessary for a critical and reflective examination of their own personhood (especially in light of current technological advances and sociopolitical events that seem to undermine the value of human life). However, it also introduces the students to the nature, major themes, and methods of philosophy because the act of philosophizing begins and ends with the human person.
  • While this textbook is primarily an introduction to the philosophy of the human person, it is at the same time an introduction to the discipline of philosophy.

Copyright:

2016

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JOURNEY: Contemporary Arts of the Philippines

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JOURNEY: Contemporary Arts of the Philippines

This book invites senior high school students to explore the rich Filipino heritage through the various contemporary artworks, songs, dances, and drama originating from different regions of the country.

Author/s:
Arch. Carlo Luis C. Ganzon

Level/s: Senior High

  • Over a span of four units, the book surveys the different forms of contemporary arts in the Philippines, the
    notable and award-winning Filipino contemporary artists, the avant-garde art techniques they employ,
    and the dif f erent aspects of production of visual and performing arts.
  • Furthermore, it aims to present relevant topics and content vital to the artistic development of the twentyfirst century learners. The significant and interactive activities included in the book ensure an enjoyable and up-to-date learning process and provide students with the opportunity to partake in enriching Philippine contemporary art.
  • The Textbook comes with a highly detailed Teachers Wraparound Edition (TWE) to aid the teachers in discussing various concepts that are fundamental in understanding the art of today. It also contains other
    Teacher Resources set in QR codes.
  • As with any journey, it yearns to reach a destination; one that is fulfilled by instilling collective pride and
    nationalism in future Filipino artists in hopes of preserving the cultural heirloom handed down from one
    generation to another.

Copyright:

2017

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HeARTstrings: Philippine Contemporary Arts from the Regions (The Padayon Series)

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HeARTstrings: Philippine Contemporary Arts from the Regions (The Padayon Series)

Brings students into the exciting world of contemporary art in the different regions in the Philippines which embodies a 21st century world view that combines indigenous and traditional elements with global and technological trends to create new and unique artistic forms.

Author/s:
Fanny A. Garcia, PhD and Anna Marie S. Oblepias

Level/s: Senior High

  • Enhances students’ understanding and appreciation of the development of contemporary Philippine art by
    introducing them to our National Artists and Gawad Manlilikha ng Bayan awardees whose works have laid the foundation, set the standard, and provided inspiration for our current generation of artists in the regions
  • Provides a rich variety of creative activities that will develop the students’ skills in research, internet navigation, media literacy, team-building, cooperative learning, integration, and other competencies that are required for success in the 21st century while further honing their knowledge-retention, critical thinking, and presentation abilities
  • Encourages students to discover their creative potential and to explore their local communities for materials and resources that can be utilized in their own artistic productions and performances, thereby contributing to the enrichment of art and culture in their own regions with their original contemporary work Accommodates students’ individual learning styles by discussing academic concepts within a highly readable text, illustrating lessons with colorful visuals, and demonstrating ideas and tasks through online videos and other electronic teaching-learning aids
  • Complies with the Department of Education’s curriculum goals and requirements for the K to 12 program

Copyright:

2018

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Applied Economics for a Progressive Philippines

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Applied Economics for a Progressive Philippines

This book provides students in senior high school the basic tools of applied economics using cost-benefit analysis as framework in understanding the process of making decisions.

Author/s:
Tereso S. Tullao Jr., PhD

Level/s: Senior High

  • T he issues confronting contemporary Philippine society and economy like pollution, crime, overfishing, low
    school participation, and underinvestment in research and development are examined in terms of the differences in the recognition and valuation between costs and benefits. In addition, various applications of demand and supply analysis, a more specific version of cost-benefit analysis, are presented particularly in the determination of prices of goods and services. Likewise, the concerns of entrepreneurs and business firms on the minimum wage, exchange rate, interest rate, and rental rate are shown as applications of demand and supply analysis.
  • T he book also of f ers students with various alternative perspectives in exploring the profitability of an industry through profit maximization analysis, Porter’s five forces of competitive position, environmental scanning in industry analysis, and SWOT analysis.
  • The book outlines the elements for preparing a socioeconomic impact analysis of a business enterprise with
    its ef fects on customers, suppliers, investors, employees and other stakeholders as well as its impact on society at large.
  • With this book, the youth of our country are urged to establish commercial enterprises that create income and employment and thus contribute to Philippine progress.

Copyright:

2017

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Wired! Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking Skills in the 21st Century

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Wired! Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking Skills in the 21st Century

This book leads learners to an understanding of the global community to become more increasingly concerned with these major global issues and cultivate in them a sense of commitment to become socially responsive and responsible individuals.

Author/s:
Renato T. Dela Cruz and Ronel P. Dela Cruz, Ph.D; Project Director: Elineth Elizabeth L. Suarez, Ed.D

Level/s: Senior High

  • Divided into seven learning units, the book critically presents global issues, trends, local and global networks, democratic participation, information and communication technologies that are comprehensible
    through activities and assessments that challenge learners to become more socially and critically aware,
    socially concerned, and socially committed.
  • T he authors hope that this textbook can help the learners appreciate their own uniqueness and individuality as digital citizens of the global village.
  • The book comes with a Teachers Wraparound Edition (TWE) that contains the Learning Guide, Curriculum Map, and other Teacher Resources set in QR codes.

Copyright:

2016

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Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking in the 21st Century Culture (The Padayon Series)

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Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking in the 21st Century Culture (The Padayon Series)

This is a resource book that serves both as a theoretical and a practical guide in developing twenty-first century competencies that leads the students to explore, experiment, question, and discover in the light of contemporary issues and challenges across the globe.

Author/s:
Arleigh Ross D. Dela Cruz, PhD, Cecile C. Fadrigon, PhD Cand., and Napoleon M. Mabaquiao Jr., PhD: Project Director: Ronaldo B. Mactal, PhD

Level/s: Senior High

  • As a guide, it provides a conceptual understanding of trends, networks, strategies, and meaning-making.
  • T he Textbook also serves the twin goals of introducing the students to the various issues and challenges that confront the contemporary world as well as providing them with the conceptual and analytical tools such as social mapping, social analysis, higher order thinking, and strategic assessment that are essential in enhancing their critical thinking and appreciation of contemporary issues and challenges.
  • T he Textbook takes a thematic approach and analyzes broad topics or themes at various levels of analysis, namely, at the state, regional, and global levels. It focuses on themes relating to migration, climate change, democratization, governing the economy, and politics of identities.
  • T hrough case studies and writeshop activities included in the textbook, students can learn how to analyze a situation, assess available data, solve problems, build scenarios, make judgments, and extract learnings.
  • Trends, Networks, and Critical T hinking in the 21st Century textbook complies with the requirements of the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum of the Department of Education (DepEd).

Copyright:

2016

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