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Moving Up: A Guide to Personal and Career Development

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Moving Up: A Guide to Personal and Career Development

This is a worktext for senior high school students who should be engaged in career preparation.

Author/s:
Maricel Ilag-Ramos

Level/s: Senior High

  • T he lessons follow the curriculum prescribed by DepEd under the K to 12 program. It has fifteen chapters that will enable the students to walk through the process of developing themselves toward creating a career in the future. It touches based on their strengths and awareness of one’s life goals through self-discovery, taking a holistic approach by addressing key aspects of development and integrative of factors that influence personal growth. T he activities are experiential to engage the students in the process in a more personal level. T here are also opportunities for social interaction and learning through group sharing and project work.
  • With this book, students will also be encouraged to write their reflections to allow them to put together their thoughts on specific themes relevant to personal development and for leading them in making the right  career choice. It is like taking a personal journey from within coming out to bloom in the world.
  • T he 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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Fit for Life: The K to 12 Physical Education and Health Textbook

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Fit for Life: The K to 12 Physical Education and Health Textbook

The emphasis of this curriculum is to lead the student to health-optimizing physical education for life, through: aerobic and muscle-and-bone strengthening exercises (PE 1: Grade 11, 1st Semester); individual, dual, and team sports in competitive and recreational settings (PE 2: Grade 11, 2nd Semester); dance or rhythmical movement patterns (PE 3: Grade 12, 1st Semester); and recreational activities in outdoor, natural, or semi-natural settings (PE 4: Grade 12, 2nd Semester). This division of topics is adapted from the tertiary level system of having PE 1 through 4 in four semesters, facilitating the transition to the college level.

Author/s:
Richardson C. Gialogo and Ryan C. Gialogo

Level/s: Senior High

  • Designed as a folio of lesson plans that teachers and practitioners can easily implement, Fit for Life: T he K to 12 Physical Education and Health Textbook hews closely to the DepEd’s Curriculum Guide of allowing for flexible curriculum, such that the array of sports activities to choose from depends on the resources of the school and the capability of the PE teacher to handle the classes. It of f ers both PE and Health teachers and students with flexible lessons and activities that suit their specific or unique timetables, circumstances, and resources of the school.
  • T he 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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Claiming Spaces: Understanding, Reading, and Writing Creative Nonfiction

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Claiming Spaces: Understanding, Reading, and Writing Creative Nonfiction

This book responds to the requirement for the inclusion of Creative Nonfiction in the Senior High School curriculum.

Author/s:
Noel Christian A. Moratilla, PhD and John Iremil E. Teodoro; Project Director: Elineth Elizabeth L. Suarez, EdD

Level/s: Senior High

  • The book intends to create, recreate, and articulate spaces in the teaching of Literature through a relatively new, not to mention expanding, genre. In accordance with UbD framework and as indicated in its subtitle, the book is aimed at helping learners to understand creative nonfiction as a genre (i.e., types, elements, aesthetics); read and critique sample texts; and, lastly, independently write their own pieces.
  • In terms of educational philosophy and approach, the book is communicative, constructivist, and learner-centered. As to its content, the book shows the connection of creative non fiction to other literary genres; discuss the elements, types and forms; present sample texts reflecting local and global cultures; help build learners’ vocabulary and other skills essential to comprehension; and involve the development of twenty-first century skills demanding the use of the Internet and other important aspects of technology.
  • T he book comes with a Learning Guide (LG) with Curriculum Map (CM), Teachers Wraparound Edition (TWE), and a Teachers Resource CD (TRCD).

Copyright:

2016

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Introduction to Maritime Career Grade 11

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Introduction to Maritime Career Grade 11

This book is designed to help learners appreciate a career in shipping; understand international maritime standards and national maritime legislations; identify the different types of ships; explain the ship’s classification, dimensions, and terminologies for general direction; explain the ship’s organization and watch keeping duties and responsibilities; and explain the ship’s trading services and charter party agreement.

Author/s:
Captain Teri Orlan C. Odal, Master Mariner, PhD in Maritime Education and Master of Ship Management and Captain Daniel T. Capiral, Master Mariner; Coordinator: 2nd Marine Deck Officer Junal O. Gatungay Jr.

Level/s: Senior High

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Introduction to Marine Transportation and Engineering Grade 11

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Introduction to Marine Transportation and Engineering Grade 11

The competencies covered in this book include an introduction to marine transportation; explanation of marine navigation and basic marine meteorology; explanation of basic ship handling, ship operation, and shipboard communication; introduction to marine engineering; discussion of the two primary systems on board, common types of marine propulsion, and ancillary machinery on board; explanation of the components of the electric power supply system on board; and discussion of basic engine watch keeping on board.

Author/s:
Captain Philip Albert Francis V. Inong and Master Mariner 3rd Engineer Romar D. Durero; Coordinator: 2nd Marine Deck Officer Junal O. Gatungay Jr.

Level/s: Senior High

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Introduction to Maritime Safety Grade 12

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Introduction to Maritime Safety Grade 12

The book highlights competencies such as survival at sea in the event of ship abandonment; cutting back the risk of fire and maintaining a state of readiness to respond to emergency situations involving fire; the ability to take immediate action in the event of an accident or other medical emergency; compliance with emergency procedures; ability to take precautions against pollution of the marine environment; observance of safe working practices; ability to contribute to effective communications on board ship; ability to contribute to effective human relationships on board ship; and ability to understand and control fatigue.

Author/s:
2nd Marine Deck Officer Edelwina Reniedo-Kutukovs and 2nd Marine Deck Officer Junal O. Gatungay Jr. (Author-Coordinator)

Level/s: Senior High

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Travel Services

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Travel Services

The book covers specialized competencies such as travel-related reservation; administering billing and settlement plan; and issuing air, sea, and land tickets and multipurpose documents. Travel Services leads to NC II.

Author/s:
Raquel F. Verzosa

Level/s: Senior High

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Local Guiding Services

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Local Guiding Services

The book is crafted for learners to develop their knowledge, skills, and attitude in performing tour guiding services tasks. Further, it discusses topics that deal with the core competencies: research information relevant to tour itinerary, managing tour arrangements for visitors, and accompanying visitors in accordance with the tour itinerary. This specialized course leads to NC II.

Author/s:
Raquel F. Verzosa and Jenef f er P. Baltazar

Level/s: Senior High

The book is sophisticatedly authored by Raquel F. Verzosa, a Masters in Education major in Language Education magna cum laude graduate from Saint Louis University, Baguio City and was a training consultant for Tiger Airways Philippines, and Jenef f er P. Baltazar, a tour guide trainer at the Department of Tourism and the general manager and proprietor of Agetyeng Travel and Tours.

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2016

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Bread and Pastry Production

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Bread and Pastry Production

The book covers the core competencies on preparation and production of bakery and pastry products; preparation and presentation of gateau, tortes, and cakes; preparation and display of petit fours; and presentation of deserts. This course specialization leads to NC II.

Author/s:
Grace R. Nieves

Level/s: Senior High

The book is sophisticatedly authored by Raquel F. Verzosa, a Masters in Education major in Language Education magna cum laude graduate from Saint Louis University, Baguio City and was a training consultant for Tiger Airways Philippines, and Jenef f er P. Baltazar, a tour guide trainer at the Department of Tourism and the general manager and proprietor of Agetyeng Travel and Tours.

Copyright:

2016

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Medical Transcription Grade 11

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Medical Transcription Grade 11

This course specialization leads to NC II.

Author/s:
Joanette G. Rodrigo

Level/s: Senior High

Joanette G. Rodrigo, an NC II holder, is the author of the book. She finished her Masters in Business Administration at the International Academy of Business and Economics in Makati City. Medical Transcription provides the learners the core competencies on the proper usage of medical terminologies to carry out the task and using business technology to respond to customer’s needs.

Copyright:

2016

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