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Questionnaire for EPP Teachers

Name:_______________________________________________________________
Age:_______ Gender:__________________ Civil status_________________
Highest Educational attainment:______________________________________
Latest Performance Ratings: ________
Trainings and seminars attended related to EPP Instruction:
No. Of Hours
46-above
31-45
16-30
0-15
14-below

Level

Inclusive Dates

Conducted by

TEACHING STYLES OF THE TEACHERS HANDLING INDUSTRIAL ARTS


DIRECTION: Check on the blank provided as to your perception on the teaching style you
employed during your classes using the indicator that follows:

Very Much Implemented

Very implemented

Implemented

Less Implemented

Not implemented

1. Identified Industrial Arts Instruction


1.1 METHODS/STRATEGIES USED
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.

Lecture (whole class)


Teacher demonstration
Using realia
Media (films, tapes, etc.)
Talk shows and reporting
Project method
Independent study
imitation
Individual instruction
Discovery Approach

k. Constructivist approach Learners constructs meaning through


interaction of prior knowledge
l. Experiential learning
m. Student Research
n. Cooperative learning approach
o. Socratic method
p. concept attainment
q. Peer Tutoring
r. Direct Instruction
s. Inquiry Approach
t. Integrative Approach
u. Concept Teaching
v. Field Studies
w. Simulation
x. Content Based instruction
y. Thematic Teaching
1. 2. FACILITIES
1.There is a sufficient ratio on student laboratory equipment ratio
2.Equipments are available to students to practice learned theories
3.Sufficient functional gadgets are made available and accessible to
students
4. Shop are well maintained. Ventilated and conducive to learning
5. Shop are safe and students are well oriented on the precautionary
measures in the use of equipments.
6. Laboratory is done frequently for the students to master the learned
skills

1.3 MONITORING AND EVALUATION


ITEM
1. Regular monitoring and evaluation is conducted for industrial arts
laboratories.
2. Administrators evaluates existing facilities for safety and upgrading
3. Teachers are observed and regularly monitored to improve
methodologies and for appraisal

4. School provides aid on instructional materials and equipments


pertinent to Industrial arts instruction
5. Students are periodically evaluated on all aspects for improvement
purposes
6. Teachers submit regular reports on student progress
7. Least mastered skills are followed up.
8. Remedial are conducted to least mastered skills and slow students
9. Teachers are sent to workshops and seminars to update their
knowledge and skills
10. Coaching and mentoring are conducted to teachers by
administrators and subject specialist
1.4 Instructional Planning
ITEM
1. Daily lesson pal is prepared
2. Daily plan is varied to suit to students need and the topic demand
3. Activities are differentiated, and indicated in the plan
4. Lessons are prepared in varied approaches to cater to students
unique learning modalities
5. Visual aids are prepared for every topic
6. Cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills are catered for every
lesson
7. Enrichment activities are prepared daily
8. Evaluation is conducted every day to monitor progress
9. Assignment is given daily as an offshoot to the lesson or in
preparation for the next.
10. Students submit periodic project to enrich their learned skills.
1.5 Questioning Techniques
1. Analytic questions
These are questions ask for the definition of terms
translations or meanings of Phrases statements.
2. Empirical questions
Elicit responses that are gained through sense experience
3. Valuative questions
Elicit responses that are valuable statements praise, blame,
comment, criticize used by respondent and not merely opinions.
4. Cognitive. Memory Questions
5. Convergent questions
Elicit responses which involves merging of diverse data,
abstract or drawing of a conclusion
6. Divergent questions
Elicit Responses wherein individual is free to generate
independently his own idea.
7. Evaluating questions
Deals with matters of judgement
8. Focusing Questions
Serve to introduce a topic and indicate the direction of
discussion
9. Foundation Questions
Elicit responses that will serve as basis of a more complex
questions or discussion
10. Extending Questions
Clarify or elaborate upon statements already made
11. Lifting Questions
Elicit from the respondents a level of thought higher or more
complex than what has already been established

1.6 Evaluation Techniques


1. Observation by moving from to group to group and among
individuals
2. Performance tests (Demonstration)
3. Teacher made tests
4. Oral examination to let pupils explain and expand certain topics
5. Performance assessment

6. Authentic assessment
Requires pupil to demonstrate in a real life Setting

LEVEL OF PUPIL COMPETENCE ON THE DIFFERENT AREAS OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS


DIRECTION: Check on the blank provided as to your perception on the level of student competence on the
following areas using the indicator that follows:
5

Very Much Competent

Very Competent

Competent

Less Competent

Not Competent

Level of Competency
2.1 Woodworking
Woodworking
Items

1. Enumerate and identify the basic tools and equipment in


woodworking
2. Discuss the functions of the power tools in woodworking
3. Identify the classifications of materials like lumber in woodworking
4. Identify the measuring and lining tools used in measuring lumber
5. Discuss the importance of wood joints used in assembling a project
6. Explain the procedures in preparing a project plan
7. Discuss the safety practices in woodworking
8. Identify the classification of wood
9. Perform the proper handling of the basic woodworking tools and
equipment
10. Manipulates the different cutting tools used in woodworking
11. Classify the materials in woodworking
12. Perform the accuracy of measurement as required of a good
woodwork.
13. Construct the different kinds of wood joints
14. Observe safety practices when working in shop
15. Observe proper care & maintenance of tools in Woodworking
16.
17.
18.
19.

Observe economy in the use of supplies & materials


Never use dull or damaged tools
Keep your fingers away from edges of sharp cutting tools
Use the required working uniform, mash and goggles in the shop
room
20. Read and follow instruction before using high powered equipment
Average
Electricity
Items
1. Discuss the basic knowledge in house wiring installation
2. Discuss the implication of electricity in relation to economic growth
of the country
3. Discuss the application of conductors from insulators
4. Interpret the different ranges of multi tester measurements.
5. Identify and familiarize with the different kinds of electrical symbols
6. Explain the difference between conductor and insulator
7. Modify the characteristics and properties of metal
8. Operates different control functions of the electric generator.
9. Draw and label electrical symbols in the electrical plan.
10. Classify the conductors from insulators
11. Recognize and compute the values of capacitor by color code
12. Classify and familiarize with the different types of solid state diode

13. Eye protection such as a face shield, goggles, or safety glasses


must be worn during activities: When operating or working near any
power machine , when soldering or working with harmful chemicals
and when using a hammer to shape or form metal
14. Never handle electrical equipment with wet hands or when
standing on a wet or damp floor
15. Always remove the plug from the wall outlet before working or any
electrical equipment
16. Always replace worn or damaged electrical cords
17. Check your work before connecting it to a power source
18. When you must make adjustments on equipment while it is
connected to a source of power, work with one hand in your pocket
or behind your back. This reduces the chance of receiving a shock
19. Take an electric shock on purpose, no matter how small it is.
Everyones body is affected differently by electricity, and the effect
can change from day to day
Average
HANDICRAFT
Items

1. Describe the factors that how handicraft helps to the economic


growth of the country
2. Explain the aesthetic and financial value of learning the various
skills in handicraft
3. Discuss the importance of correct and incorrect disposal of
chemicals used in handicraft
4. Discuss the different classifications of tools in handicraft
5. Discuss the importance of indigenous materials found in our locality
6. Discuss the supplies and accessories needed in handicraft
7. Differentiate metric measurement from English measurement
8. Discuss the different kinds of weaves in handicraft
9. Improve and produced export quality handicraft products in relation
to uplift the economic growth of the country
10. survey the sources of raw materials use in different products for
handicraft
11. Disposed properly the hazards when using chemicals
12. Operate and utilized properly the hand tools and power tools
13. Collect the different indigenous materials used for the handicraft
14. Classify the supplies and accessories needed in leather craft
15. Construct the different kinds of weaves in fiver craft
16. Avoid wearing loose clothing when
working. Sleeves should be
fit and skirts tucked in as much as possible. Remove ties, watches,
rings, necklaces, and other jewelry
17. Follow safety measures notice of warning
18. Keep fingers away from edges of sharp cutting tools
19. Value the importance of having this material in the outcome of the
product.
20. Consult your immediate chief or supervisor in case of doubt
regarding the use of chemicals and other supplies
21. Store raw materials in a safe storeroom away from possible fire
22. Read and follow instructions before using high powered equipment
Average

Elementary Agriculture
Items
1. Use their Knowledge, competence and proper attitude in planting
tree thereby facilitating home economic progress and
environmental progress.
2. Discus the proper ways in taking care of the plants.

3.
4.
5.
6.

Take Care of vegetative plants


Use scientific ways in agriculture such as bio-intensive gardening.
Follow the steps in harvesting crops
Use proper steps in arranging, sorting and buying of agricultural
products.
7. Prepare lists of income and expenses.
8. Use asexual and sexual method in planting ornamental plants.
9. Show proper ways of taking care of the plants and soil
10. Show the proper steps in making compost/basket composting.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Demonstrate ways in marketing ornamental plants.


Take care of the list of income
Discuss the factors that affect nursery.
Identify ways in making nursery and plant production
Distinguish tools used in nursery.
Make a nursery plan

17. Demonstrate ways in controlling pests and plant diseases.


18. Explain the importance of using scientific methods of nursery.
19. Discuss ways in the production of trees and fruit bearing trees.
20. Use appropriate tools for the nursery.
Average
Home Economics
Items

1. Use learning and competence in proper industrial work for


livelihood development.
2. Select income generating activities.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Make a specific plan of activities.


Use skills and competence with interest in making projects.
Follow the safety guidelines in line with the activities.
Make a list of summary of expenses and income after selling finish
products.
7. Help in founding a cooperative store.
8. Explain the importance of wise buying
9. Arrange store displays well.
10. Sell products with excellence
11. Make a list of monetary status of the store
12. Show interest and appreciation of doing store activities.
Average
Home Industries
Items
1. Make a project through Embroidery and cross stitch.
2. Choose design and needed materials.
3.
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6.
7.
8.
9.

Make the steps in doing the project


Explain the importance of sewing for the self, family and community.
Plan a cloth or house hold materials to sew.
Identify livelihood activities related to sewing in the community.
Make a plan of desired clothes to be sewed.
Follow the plan in sewing the cloth.
Select quality cloth and other sewing tools

10. Identify the parts of a sewing machine


11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Explain the uses of each parts


Demonstrate on how t use the sewing machine
Consider the factors of wise buying.
Obey the safety precautions in sewing.
Make a pattern of accurate measurements
Make a whole clothes using the sewing machine

17. Demonstrate appreciation of finish clothes in accordance with the


quality sewing standards.
Average
Ceramics

Items

1. Make a project through ceramics making.


2. Choose design and needed materials.
3. Make the steps in doing the project
4. Explain the importance of ceramics for the self, family and
community.
5. Identify livelihood activities related to ceramics in the community.
6. Make a plan of desired design to be mold.
7. Follow the plan in making a ceramics.
8. Explain the uses of ceramics making
9. Obey the safety precautions in ceramics making.
10. Make a pattern of accurate measurements.
11. Demonstrate appreciation of finish product in accordance with
the quality standards.
Average
Direction: Below are the possible problems met by the respondent groups. Rate them based on the following
scale:
5-very much serious
4-very serious
3-serious
2-less serious
1-not serious
PROBLEMS MET
5
1. School laboratories are not sufficient in accordance to teacher
pupil ratio
Absence of qualified teachers to handle the subjects
Insufficient tools and equipments for industrial arts skill practice
Absence of fix time schedule for the subject
Tools for industrial arts are corroded and not usable
Absence of text books and references for the subjects
School uses EPP time for other activities
Opportunities for skill enhancement such as competitions are
not present or not given value
9. Lack of budget to finance pupils on participating higher
competitions
10. Attention towards pupil skill development is not valued
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