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Acknowledgement

In the past four years studying here, at this University I had so many experiences to tell, cherished and considerably remembered. I had made strong rapport with my fellow students, facilities and even the other departments. The relationship I had with this people had been my strength and experiences they gave me was something that I truly thanked for First I want to thank God for the blessings he gave to me and help me to solve my problems. Thank you for always there for me especially during the time that I face so many struggles and problems you never let me fall. I personally want to thank of course my parents for supporting me in my endeavours, for putting me up in school, for giving my wants and needs. Now that I am about to enter another phase in my life, I truly dedicate this to them to you my mother and father. To our beloved, trusted, kind-hearted and ever reliable dean Dr. Nigel N. Cabison- thank you for supporting, understanding and for giving us a chance to dream and fill it with high hopes. As to my teachers, thank you for allowing us to be the best of who we are and for helping us in our studies and to reach our goal. Lastly, to my friends who truly become my inspiration, also for giving the push to finish this course. The memories you gave me was something I deeply appreciated whether fun or sad. Thank you for accepting me, my attitude and as to what I can give. Again Thank You.

Lupang Hinirang
Composed by: Julian Felipe on June 12, 1898 Bayang magiliw, perlas ng silanganan. Alab ng puso, sa dibdib moy buhay. Lupang hinirang, duyang ka ng magiting Sa manluluping, di ka pasisiil.

Sa dagat at bundok sa simoy at sa langit mong bughaw, may dilag ang tula at awit sa paglayang minamahal. Ang kislap ng watawat moy tagumpay na nagniningning. Ang bituin at araw niya kalian pa may di magdidilim. Lupa ng araw, ng lualhatit pagsinta, buhay ay langit sa piling mo. Aming ligaya na pag may mang-aapi, ang mamatay ng dahil sa iyo.

Panatang Makabayan
Iniibig ko ang Pilipinas Ito ang aking lupang sinilangan Ito ang tahanan ng aking lahi Akoy kanyang kinukupkop at tinutulungang upang maging malakas, maligaya at kapakipakinabang

Bilang ganti, diringgin ko ang payo ng aking mga magulang Susundin ko ang mga tuntunin ng aking paaralan Tutuparin ko ang mga tungkulin ng isang mamamayang makabayan at masunurin sa batas

Paglilingkuran ko ang aking bayan nang walang pag-iimbot at nang buong katapatan Sisikapin kong maging isang tunay na Pilipino sa isip, sa salita, at sa gawa.

Panunumpa ng Katapatan sa Watawat ng Pilipinas


Ako ay Pilipino Buong katapatang nanunumpa Sa watawat ng Pilipinas At sa bansang kanyang sinasagisag Na may dangal, katarungan at kalayaan Na pinakikilos ng sambayanang Maka-Diyos Maka- Tao Makakalikasan at Makabansa

A Teachers Prayer
Help me to never to forget The beauty in a little child. The wonder, trust and yearning In their bright and twinkling eyes. Help me to remember that I am shaping The lives of tomorrows generation. Please give me strength to be the best model And the best example that can be possibly be. Give me love to overcome adversity And patience to overcome trials. Give me wisdom to overcome my shortcomings And faith to overcome dark hours. And, as I find my rest tonight, help me to love my pupils And to remember them in my prayers. Give me strength to be equal to tomorrows Task For I depend on your strength Just as my pupils depend on me.

A. Bonifacio Elementary School Vision


A. Bonifacio Elementary School is a progressive learning institution managed by an innovation and dynamic leader and supported by passionate, value- oriented and effective teachers, who in active partnership with supportive stakeholders who closely work together in providing a conducive school environment and cultivates holistic and lifelong learners and graduates.

Mission

A provide relevant and quality basic education and in still the desirable values, good attitude and discipline to the learners which enable them to become passionate, responsible, disciplined, Godloving and productive citizens.

The UI-College of Education: Its Vision, Mission, goals, and Objectives

Vision
The UI-PHINMA College of Education will be the Regions premier Development Center offering highly innovative and effective preservice and in-service teacher training programs, engaging actively in scholarly research on best teaching and learning management practices, and reaching out to the education community by making available state-of- theart teaching resources and instructional technologies and opportunities for public schoolteachers continuing professional development through generous scholarship grants.

Mission
The mission of the College of Education is to prepare, through affordable but quality teacher program, competent and morally upright professional teachers committed to developing among basic education learners the knowledge, skills, and attitudes enabling them to participate and contribute to a complex, changing society.

Goals
1. The UI-PHINMA COE will consistently rank among the countrys ten best-performing Higher Education Institution (HEIs) in the Licensure Examination for Teacher (LET) 2. The UI-PHINMA COE will produce elementary and secondary school teachers with excellent content knowledge and pedagogical skills who shall be employed in public or private education institutions within one year from date of their graduation. 3. The UI-PHINMA COE will attain within the next five years level III accredited (deregulated) status. 4. The UI- PHINMA COE will be known as the teacher resource center in Region VI, providing professional teachers access to a wide range of teaching-learning resource and skills enhancement opportunities. 5. The UI- PHINMA COE will be the top choice of Iloilo students going to the Teacher Education track.

Objectives:
1. The COE faculty, staff, and students will have a deep understanding and strong sense of ownership of the colleges VMGOs. 2. The College will develop and maintain a core of highly competent and dedicated faculty. 3. COE students will acquire and develop the defined knowledge, skills, and attitudes in all courses across year levels. 4. The COE will maintain a high rate of retention and completion among its students. 5. The COE will ensure relevance and responsiveness of the teacher education curricula 6. The COE will ensure the availability and the use of quality curriculum materials including instructional technology by the faculty and the students 7. The COE will strengthen its collaboration with DepEd schools, NGOs, alumni, other HEIs within the city, and the community for program support and graduates placement. 8. The COE will continue working towards the accreditation of its programs to the level. 9. The COE will enhance graduating students preparedness for board examination and for work. 10.The COE will establish the Teacher Resource Center.

REFLECTION ACTIVITY SHEETS

ACTIVITY 1 LESSON PLANNING


1) Consider the topic you have chosen and the activities you have planned for your class. Now look at the objectives you have formulated. Do you think these are realized at the end of the period? Why do you think so? answer- yes, because the objectives are SMART and within the experiences and capabilities of the learners. 2) Are the objectives you formulated clear and specific, measurable, observable, resultsoriented, attainable and time bounded? answer- yes, these are the characteristics of a good lesson plan and should be strictly followed to achieve desired outcomes or the results. 3) Go over your objectives and find out if you can substitute higher-order objectives. List down the revised objectives. a. answer- . Construct a model of crust, mantle and core to show the earths interior b. create a model of the three types of volcano using a clay. c. design a modern space facilities, tools and equipment used to study the universe. 4) Does your lesson contain a clear, challenging, and doable assignment? answer- Yes, this is done as a sort of follow up of the lessons learned by the pupils and enables them to do research and make projects. 5) Do you think that the lesson activities support the attainment of your objectives? answer- Yes, appropriate motivation is used by having appropriate audiovisual/SIMs; presented and developed lessons according to objectives and used appropriate strategies. 6) Is your evaluation activity congruent with your lesson objectives? answer- Yes, the evaluation activity is congruent with the lesson objectives because this really measures if the objectives is attained or not.

ACTIVITY SHEET 2 KNOWLEDGE OF LEARNERS


1. What is your average age of your pupils/student? answer- the average age of my pupils 11.80 that average is only 10 pupils because the principal are teach us on how to fill up the different forms, that 10 pupils are assuming that is my pupils. 2. Are there any pupils /students who are overage for the grade level they are in? Are there underage pupils/students? answer- Yes, I have a 1 pupil is over aged in my class but he is in, to my class and there is no under aged in my class, 3. Where are most of your pupils/students coming from? answer- most of my pupils coming from a different types of background of the family, because I noticed that when I start my class some pupils are not listening because he did not eat his breakfast. 4. How many of your pupils/students are under the care of the guardian? answer- there is some of my pupils are under the care of their guardian but some of my pupils are not because of the some reasons that did not care of their guardian.

ACTIVITY SHEET 3 CHOICE OF A TEACHING STRATEGY


1. What strategy did you choose for you particular group of learners? Did it work? Why? answer- Since it is a science class Im using the work approach learning by doing. The learners are very interested. They want to discover or explore something to satisfy their curiosity. It provides opportunity for greater pupil interaction. 2. If your strategy did not work well, to what factors do you attribute the ineffectiveness of your strategy? answer- Learners have different mental abilities. There are fast learners and slow learners. This is really true if you are handling the lower sections. 3. Looking back at your teaching strategy you applied what would you have done to make your teaching effective? answer- Teaching strategy must be suitable to learning ability of pupils. When performing science activity it must be clear and simple.

ACTIVITY SHEET 4 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT


1. What has been your most serious problem related to classroom management? Do you think this can be addressed? How? answer- Inattentiveness Some pupils are not attentive during lessons. They are talking with each other. They are doing their assignments in other subjects. This really happens especially in the lower sections. It can be addressed by calling the attention of those particular pupils. 2. Were the instances when your class was unruly? What could have caused this discipline problem? answer- Yes, this is caused by being restless inside the classroom. Its because they have short attention span. This usually happens during the last period in the afternoon. 3. When your class is noisy, do you take time to classify whether it is an academic noise or a meaningless one? What is your attitude toward academic noise? answer- It is a scenario in which pupils are highly interactive. Learning also takes place there Im very positive with it. 4. What would you do to prevent behaviour problems in the classroom? answer- It is very important to know the background of every individual learner. Set some rules or standard of behaviour inside the classroom. These rules or standard of behaviour must be solicited from the pupils themselves. 5. In setting rules for proper classroom decorum, what benefits will you realize if you involve the students in formulating the rules? answer- Students must be involved in formulating rules for proper classroom decorum. The benefits are this will make them cooperative and responsible with regards to the rules being formulated. There is a feeling of importance within them because of their involvement in this task.

ACTIVITY SHEET 5 ASSESMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES


1. Is their congruence between your evaluation/assessment and the objectives you formulated? List down objectives which were addressed by the assessment. answer- Yes, the evaluation/ assessment is congruent with the objectives. a. Observe through a model how the earth revolves around the sun. b. Explain why star distances are measured in light years. c. Construct a star nap that illustrates common constellations. 2. Are there any objectives which were not assessed? List them down. answer- No, all of the objectives was assessed to determine whether the task for the day is attained or not. To know the instructional decision such as reteach, remediated or proceed.

3. How would you measure the attainment of objectives which do not lend themselves to paper-and-pencil test? answer- this can be measured by giving them oral test, and practical test. 4. Since teaching is supposed to be value-cantered, would you agree that your evaluation/assessment should not only be paper-and pencil test? What fairer and more objectives assessment would you them suggest? answer- Using only paper and pencil test will put non- linguistically/ verbally intelligent at a disadvantages. The teacher must consider other measure in assessing pupils like oral- graded recitations, performance outputs including the proper attitude of the pupils toward the subject.

ACTIVITY SHEET 6 COMPUTATION AND REGARDING OF GRADES


1. Do you honestly believe you have given your pupils/students the grades they deserve? Why do you think so? answer- this is true if you are teaching the star section. Im the lower sections adjustments are being made to give the pupils a passing grade. 2. What measure have you taken to ensure youre objectively in grading your pupils/students? answer- To ensure objectivity is grading and avoids favouritism among my pupils. I utilize assessment such as rubrics and paper and pencil tests. 3. Do you believe that you need to explain to your pupils/students how they obtain their grades? Why? answer- I believe that pupils must be given an explanation how to obtain their grades. They showed know it to avoid arguments why they have a low grades. They will be able to know their weaknesses and strength in any area like quizzes, recitation, periodic test, etc.

ACTIVITY SHEET 7 KEEPING PERNAMENT RECORDS OF LEARNERS


1. When the pupils/student enrols and present an authentic Form 137-A, would you still require him to present a report card? Why? answer- I would like require him a report card. The report card is one of the requirements for enrolment, F 137-A is being requested by the school later after the pupil enrolled in a particular school. 2. Why are pupils/student or their parents not usually allowed to hand carry a duly-accomplished Form137-A? answer- The F 137 A is sent through mail from school to school. It is very confidential and it is for the security of the said form. 3. What would you do if you discover a fake Form 138 of one of your pupils/students? answer- I will call the attention of the parent and refer this case to the principal or guidance counsellor.

ACTIVITY SHEET 8 REPORTING PROMOTIONS


1. What the prevalent reasons for dropping of a pupil/student are as indicated in existing From 173-As? Are you inclined to believe these reasons? answer- If the pupils/students have ten successive absences. Yes, I believe in these reasons. 2. How do you compute the average age of your students? answer- To compute for the average age of the students get the total age of students and divide in the form the number of students/pupils in the class. 3. What would a teacher have done to know the real reason for a pupils/students dropping? answer- Have a home visitation or you may call the attention of the parent or guardian and make some investigation regarding the pupils/students dropping if the reasons are there. 4. If a pupil/student dropped in some subjects but earned passing marks in other subjects, what implication can you draw? answer- Maybe this pupil or student has also weaknesses and strength. He is good in the class but is fond of making absences in other subjects.

ACTIVITY SHEET 9 GUIDANCE FUNCTION OF A TEACHER


1. Did you realize that the problem pupil/student is a pupil/student with a problem? What problem have you identified in your subject-case? answer- Absenteism. 2. What factors do you attribute to the occurrence of the problem? answer- Economic / Poverty, child labor. 3. What doable recommendations can you suggest to solve the problem of your pupil/student? answer- call the attention of the parents or guardian involve him as were point of the feeding program of the school.

ACTIVITY SHEET 10 THE TEACHER AS A COMMUNITY WORKER


1. What striking observation/s did you have about the community which you visited? answer- It is a very depressed area. But is very enjoyable experience because there is something that you need to do, if you are in that area. 2. With the kind of environment your pupil/student has, do you think your pupil/student stands a chance of acquiring desirable social values? Why? answer- Unpleasant environment where illegal drugs and gambling are rampant or pervasive. 3. How can you be an effective community worker? answer- Know the background of the people in the community. Establish a good rapport with them.

ACTIVITY SHEET 11 THE TEACHER AS A RESEARCHER


1. Based on your recall, were there some problems which needed immediate solutions? List down these problems? answer- 1. Problems which needed immediate solutions; a. Cheating during exam. b. Absentism c. Trouble some 2. Were there also problems which would require a longer time before they can be eventually addressed? List down such problems. answer- Problems which would require a longer time before they can be eventually addressed. a. Low academic performance in school b. Poor nutritional status (malnutrition) 3. At this point in time, what hypotheses (tentative explanations) can you offer for each of the problems you indicated in numbers 1 and 2? answer- tentative explanations/ hypotheses a. Cheating during exam. The student or pupil is engaged in cheating during exams because he is not studying his lessons. b. Absentism. The student/pupil is always absent because of poverty. c. The student/pupil is troublesome because of unpleasant emotions being experienced at home. d. Low performance in school.

The student/pupil has a low academic performance in school because of the following factors like poverty, lack of interest in his/her studies, lack of parents supervision. 4. If you were to choose from list in No.1 a problem for an action research. Which would it be? Why? answer- I would rather choose absentism as a problem for an action research . this kind of problem is common among pupils/students which greatly affect their academic performance in school. 5. For your chosen action research topic, what data will you need? answer- For my action research the data which Im going to collect are; attendance of pupils and the family background 6. How will you gather the data you need for your action research? answer- Conduct an interview with the teacher adviser and parent or guardians of the pupils and provide them with a questioner.

JOSEPH P. CABRERA Brgy. Sambag Jaro, Iloilo Contact no. 09128273583

Objectives;
Deeply committed improving childrens lives and continuously strive to lead by example. Passion for teaching, learning and student success.

Personal Information:
Age: Date of Birth: Birth of Place: Father Name: Occupation: Mother Name: Occupation: Citizenship: Gender: Civil Status: 20 years old May 08, 1990 Brgy. Calawinan Duenas Iloilo Timotoe Cabrera Jr. Farmer Luna P. Cabrera Housewife Pilipino Male Single

Educational Background:
Tertiary: School: Course: Year Graduated: Secondary: School: Year Graduated: Elementary: School: Year Graduated:

University of Iloilo PEN Bachelor in Elementary Education 2010-2011

Malusgod National High School 2006-2007

Malusgod Elementary School 2001-2002

Qualification:
Dedicated, resourceful and gaol driven educators with solid commitment to the social and academic growth and development of every child. Aptitude to remain flexible ensuring that every childs learning styles and capabilities are addressed Have an idea for selecting and using training instructional methods and procedures appropriate in situation when learning or teaching new things Proficiency at talking others can very information effectively

Pre- Service Teaching Experience

University of Iloilo-Basic Education Department Rizal Street, Iloilo City Philippines. (2010-2011)\ A. Bonifacio Elementary School Tanza onifacio, Iloilo City Philippines (2011)

Character References
Mrs. Lilian Jurao, College of Education University of Iloilo Phinma Education Network. Mr. Lyan Marc Peniero, College of Education University og Iloilo Phinma Education Network. Dr. Sunny G. Gabinete. Dean, Colleg of Education St. Paul University.

CLASS PROGRAM AND SCHOOL PROGRAM

APPROVED AND TAUGTH LESSON PLAN

ASSESSMEN T TOOLS/TEST

QUESTIONS MADE

DAILY ACTUAL TEACHING

PERFORMANCE SHEETS

NON-TEACHING PERFORMANCE RATING SCALE SHEET

SUMMATIVE EVALUATION REPORT

REFLECTION ACTIVITY SHEET

SIGNED DAILY TIME RECORD

DULY ACCOMPLISHED VARIOUS SCHOOL FORMS

Form 1. Class Record Form 1. School Register Form 20.

APPLICATION LETTER/ CURRICULUM VITAE

COMPILATION OF CERTIFICATES

OF ATTENDANCE TO RELATED SEMINARWORKSHOP, SYMPOSIA AND TRAINING OTHER DOCUMENTS

PICTURES LETTERS HANDOUTS, SAMPLE OF LEARNERS QUIZZES OR WORKS PORTFOLIO IN

PRACTICE TEACHING
Submitted to: Mrs. Lilian Jurao Student Teaching Supervisor UI- Phinma, COE Submitted by: Joseph P. Cabrera BEED 4