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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – READING AND WRITING SKILLS (CORE SUBJECT)


2nd Semester, A.Y. 2019-2020

COURSE SYLLABUS

Day/ Time Faculty E-Mail


SHERLEEN MAE B. VILLANUEVA
(Total of 40hrs) bixbyknolls.smvillanueva@gmail.com

I. Course Description: This subject is designed to enhance

II. Course Objectives:


1. Explain the postulates of the cell theory.
2. Distinguish prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells according to their distinguishing features.
3. Characterize the phases of the cell cycle and their control points.
4. Explain the significance or applications of mitosis/meiosis.
5. Explain transport mechanisms in cells (diffusion osmosis, facilitated transport, active
transport).
6. Describe the major features and chemical events in photosynthesis and respiration.
7. Explain the importance of chlorophyll and other pigments.
8. Distinguish major features of glycolysis, Krebs cycle, electron transport system, and
chemiosmosis.
9. Explain the major features and sequence the chemical events of cellular respiration.
10. Compute the number of ATPs needed or gained in photosynthesis and respiration.

III. Audience: The course is intended for 11th Grade students.

IV. Intended Learning Outcomes:

After completing this course, STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE:

 cite the postulates of cell theory and roles of a cell in an organism, particularly
in the levels of organization of an organism.
 determine the functions of major components found in all cell types.
 identify the similarities and differences between major cell types.
 explain why mitosis/meiosis is crucial vin maintenance of chromosomal integrity
of the organism.
 identify the draw basic building blocks of the four major classes of biological
molecules.
 enumerate possible diseases/disorders caused by lack or excess of biological
molecules.
 explain how energy is stored/produced during ATP synthesis/breakdown.
 explain importance of photosynthesis in an ecosystem.
 describe the major features and chemical events in the three stages of cellular
respiration.

V. Teaching and Learning Strategies:

1. LECTURE. Lecture method shall be the primary teaching strategy to be considered in the
class. The class shall be provided learning modules for the semester. Lecture shall be
done through the aid of classroom smart televisions, projectors and video presentations.
Computer-aided instruction shall likewise be utilized to develop the students’ abilities in
the use of IT.

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2. INTERACTIVE LEARNING. It is another widely used method of teaching which is usually
intermingled with lecture. Its uses or value includes transmitting knowledge to students;
assisting students in organizing knowledge and developing concepts and generalizations;
answering students’ questions; clarifying understanding; showing how to solve a problem
or do something; giving students opportunity to interact with each other and with the
instructor/professor; and improving students’ ability to speak on a subject, to organize
thoughts and to communicate effectively.

3. GROUP/INDIVIDUAL REPORTING. The strategy will help the students to enhance their
presentation skill. It is an avenue for the students to learn how to present the assigned
topics. Reports should include current issue or related actual case in the business to make
the topic assigned to them more interesting.

4. DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTIONS (ADAPTING TO LEARNING STYLES/MULTIPLE


INTELLIGENCES). The cognitive theory of multiple intelligences posits that students
learn, remember, perform, and understand in different ways, including various
intelligences, such as musical-rhythmic, visual-spatial, verbal-linguistic, logical-
mathematical, bodily-kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic. As a
cognitive theory, learning styles/multiple intelligences is controversial but has proved
useful to classroom teachers in fostering different interests, providing variety and
differentiation in instruction, and developing the students.

5. INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY. Integrating technology into a course curriculum when


appropriate is proving to be valuable for enhancing and extending the learning experience
for both teacher and students.

6. GAMIFICATION. It is a teaching-learning technique through the use of games is one of


the teaching methods that has already been explored especially in the modern
environment. It is also very useful technique to keep students motivated.

7. REINFORCEMENT OF ACTIVE LISTENING. Active listening also means listening to


understand rather than reply. Reinforce building good listening skills by encouraging
students to practice asking clarifying questions to fully understand the speaker’s intended
message.

VI. Course Requirements:

The following requirements should be complied to pass the course:

1. Regular Attendance
2. Active Class Participation (Recitation, Seatworks, Boardworks)
3. Written Works (Problem Set, Worksheet)
4. Performance Tasks
5. Major Examinations

VII. Grading System:

WRITTEN WORKS 25%

PERFORMANCE TASKS 45%

EXAMINATIONS 30%

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Interpretation of Progress and Achievement Scores
(FOR EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT PURPOSES)

75% 74%
and and
above below Total
Score Range:
No. of
Students:
Percentage: 100%

Analysis of Results:

RESULTS: Actions to be Taken


80% and above of the
population got 75% and Proceed to the next lesson.
above of the total items
More than 20% of the
students got 74% and Reteach the lesson.
below of the total items

VIII. Reference:

Belardo, Gisselle Millete M. General Biology 1.OpenStax College.Vibal Group.2015.Print.

Structure of Cell.KhanAcademy.2019. khanacademy.org/science/biology/structure-of-a-


cell.Web.

Photosynthesis.Pointer, Karl.Slideshare.2011. Slide Program.

https://www.google.com/search?q=photosynthesis&hl=enPH&authuser=0&source=lnms&tbm=is
ch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiVvP3Y7pnjAhXaa94KHfKrAdwQ_AUIECgB&biw=1242&bih=5
24#imgrc=JnNIIbijo4V0dM: 01 July, 2019.Web.

Choi, Jung. “Cell division:Mitosis and Meiosis”.Georgia Tech Biology, 12 November, 2013,
http://bio1510.biology.gatech.edu/module-4-genes- and-genomes/4-1-cell-division-
mitosis-and-meiosis/.Web.

Biological Molecules. Kremer,Brad.Slideshare.2013.Slide Program.

IX. Tentative Course Outline:


The following is a tentative list of topics for the course. The instructor has the right to alter
the outline at any time due to time constraints, unexpected scheduling conflicts, unexpected
affairs/activities in the academe, or overall benefit to class effectiveness.

TOPICS
1 Cell Theory

2 Cell Structure and Functions

3 Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells

4 Cell Types

5 Cell Cycle

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6 Transport Mechanism

7 Structures and Functions of Biological Molecules

8 Carbohydrates

9 Lipids

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

13 Protein

14 Enzymes

15 Nucleic Acids

16 ATP- ADP Cycle

17 Photosynthesis

18 Cellular Respiration

FINAL EXAMINATION

X. Classroom Policies:
1. Be on-time, on-task, & prepared to learn every class.
2. Be responsible for your own learning.
3. Respect the teacher, the classroom and other classmates.
4. Written/paper works must be neat and not disheveled.
5. In every Performance Task, a rubric will be provided by the teacher. It is the
responsibility of the student/s to read the criteria cited thereof.

*Additional classroom policies maybe added during the semester.

Prepared by: Checked by:

SHERLEEN MAE B. VILLANUEVA SARA JANE A. ESMANA, LPT


Science Teacher Grade Level Coordinator - US

Noted:

CEAZAR CARO
Head of School

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