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KIBATANG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

DON MARCELINO, DAVAO OCCIDENTAL

ARALING PANLIPUNAN ACTION PLAN


S/Y 2017-2018

OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES/STRATEGIES EXPECTED OUTCOMES TIME FRAME PERSONS INVOLVED EVALUATION

I. Student Development

Raise performance level of 1. Follow up the proper use of At Least 75% improvements in Principal, Department Observations/ feedbacks
students in A.P. by 75% strategies, techniques and approaches attitudes/ behavior of the students. Year round Head, Subject Teachers or
in teaching A.P. A.P. Teachers, Students
2. Provide opportunities for the students At least 50% of the students must
to put up individual/ group projects / have been able to put up individual/ Principal, Department Observation reports
Head, A.P. Teachers,
field trip that will reinforce/ strengthen group projects in school or at home October
Students
their learning in A.P. and 50% of the students to participate
in the field trip. Reports with separate
Principal, Department
3. Provide leadership in organizing At least 90% of the officers must Year round Head, SGO Adviser, A.P. action plan
SGO/ and supervise each activities. meet al the activities. Teachers, Students

1. Close supervision of A.P. Teachers. AII A.P. Teachers to be observed Year round Department Head Observation Reports
II. Staff Development 2. Encourage participation n seminar More seminar workshop and
workshops, training, and conferences conferences attended. Year round Department Head and Training Design,
Upgrade competencies of for professional growth. A.P. Teachers Attendance, Reports
A.P. Teachers 3. Encourage A.P. Teachers to pursue More teachers to enroll in graduate Year round Department Head,
higher studies to keep them abreast of courses. Facilitators and Teachers Reports and School
current trends in Education. records
4. Prepare action research for the At least 10 teachers to be observed Year round Department Head and Action Research done
improvement of instructions. in a month A..P. Teachers by the teachers, Reports
One action research to be done A.P. Teachers
III. Curriculum

Utilization of the instructional 1. Maximize the utilization of textbooks/ Full utilization of textbooks and Year round A.P. Teachers Reports
materials n the basis of the Teachers manual in A.P. Teacher’s manual
PSSLC in A.P. 2. Provide more support materials to Use of support materials Year round A.P. Teachers Materials made/Reports
enrich the lessons in A.P.
3. Maximize the use of teaching aids/ Effective use of teaching aids/ Year round A.P. Teachers Materials made/Reports
instructional materials/ devices by the instructional materials/ devices
A.P. Teachers
4. Preparation of daily lesson plans Daily lesson plans Year round A.P. Teachers Lesson plan checked
every Friday/
Observation reports
5. Structuring of bulletin board Bulletin boards display every unit Monthly A.P. Teachers Reports on the change of
taken up. display made/
Observation
IV. Community
Extension Services

Establish and maintain 1. Invite parent to be in school for some Parents attend homeroom Every Grading A.P. Teachers, Students, Reports/ Minutes of
community services/ information with regards to their children conferences/ meetings Period Parents Meetings, Longbook
linkages to strengthen the during Parent-Teacher Conferences signed by parents
teaching in A.P. 2. Conduct home visitations to foster At least 5 parents visited by A.P. Every Grading A.P. Teachers, Students, Reports/ Minutes of
closer relations with the parents/ teachers in their advisory classes Period Parents Meetings of visited
students and to monitor students at students
home.

Establish linkages with 1. Establish linkages with community Programs/ projects and activities of September, Principal, Department Reports/Pictures
community agencies agencies to assist school programs/ barangay/ Cleanliness and October, Head, Teachers,
projects and activities beautification/ tree planting/ December, Students, SSG
Outreach programs (Feeding February
Programs)

Prepared by:

CHRISTELLE LU G. FERNANDEZ
TEACHER- I
ARALING PANLIPUNAN COORDINATOR