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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Increase of Payment of Loyalty Cash Gift

Increase of Payment of Loyalty Cash Gift

DO 54, s. 2015 - Amendment to DepEd Order No. 55, 2003 (Increase of Payment of Loyalty Cash Gift)

Amendment to DepEd Order No. 55, 2003 (Increase of Payment of Loyalty Cash Gift)
To:     Undersecretaries
          Assistant Secretaries
          Bureau and Service Directors
          Directors of Services, Centers and Heads of Units
          Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          All Others Concerned
  1. Pursuant to the Civil Service Commission Memorandum Circular No. 06, s. 2002, entitled Revised Policies on the Grant of Loyalty Award, the payment of Loyalty Cash Award (LCA) was increased to an amount not less than P 500.00 but not more than P 1,000.00 for every year of service to qualified officials and employees.
  2. In view of this,  Paragraph 2 of DepEd Order No. 55, s. 2003 which states that, In this connection, the payment of such cash gift  to all officials and employees of the Department shall be increased to P 500.00 from the old rate of P 300.00 per year of service, is hereby amended as follows:
“2. In this connection, the payment of such cash gift to all officials  and  employees  of  the  Department  shall  be  increased  to P 1,000.00 for every year of service of the qualified official/employee.”
  1. This  is  also in line  with  the Commission  on   Audit  Circular  No. 2013-003A s. 2013 (copy enclosed), which prescribed revised rates of the LCA.
  2. The loyalty cash award is given to an official/employee who has completed at least 10 years, and every five years thereafter, of continuous and satisfactory service in the government.
  3. Immediate dissemination of and compliance with this Order is directed.

(Sgd.) BR. ARMIN A. LUISTRO FSC
Secretary


Encl.: As stated

References:
DepEd Order (No. 55, s. 2003)
DepEd Memorandum No. 131, s. 2013

To be indicated in the Perpetual Index under the following subjects:
ALLOWANCES
AMENDMENT
BENEFITS
EMPLOYEES
LEGISLATIONS
OFFICIALS
SOURCE: deped.gov.ph

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Grade 4 K-12 Lesson Plans in Filipino 1st-4th Quarter

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

English Nursery Rhymes, Songs & Poems IMs

English Nursery Rhymes, Songs & Poems IMs

English Nursery Rhymes, Songs & Poems Instructional Materials

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China mulls visa-free entry for Filipinos

China mulls visa-free entry for Filipinos

China mulls visa-free entry for Filipinos

The People’s Republic of China (PROC) is studying the possibility of waiving visa requirements for Filipinos wanting to visit China.

Jose Santiago “Chito’’ L. Santa Romana revealed this yesterday as he faced senators and congressmen who are members of the foreign affairs committee of the bicameral Commission on Appointments (CA) and explained why the CA should confirm his appointment as Philippine Ambassador to China.

Sta. Romana said the visa-free visit proposal for Filipinos is part of a wide range of agreements forged by Philippine President Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping when the latter made a state visit to China in October.One of these was the widening and improvement of their tourism industries.

In the CA committee hearing conducted by its chairman, Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson, Sta. Romana said the number of Chinese tourists arriving in the Philippines has doubled after the Duterte state visit.

But this does not mean that the Philippines has softened its stance against illegal immigration as the country must protect its economic interest and sovereignty, he said.

The Lacson committee later decided to recommend for confirmation the appointments of Sta. Romana and three other ambassadors in today’s plenary session.

A fifth appointee, James T. Lao withdrew his appointment by President Dutere as Philippine Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam because his wife is ill.

The three ambassadors-appointees up for confirmation are Jose C. Laurel V as Ambassador to Japan, Uriel Norman Robles Garibay as Ambassador to Kenya and 10 other African countries and as Permanent Representative to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and UN Human Settlements Program (UN-HABITAT).

Sta. Romana was one of the active militant students that staged demonstrations in the early 70s against then President Marcos. He and a few other militants later sought refuge in China.


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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Grade 5 K-12 Budget of Work All Subjects

Grade 5 K-12 Budget of Work All Subjects

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Monday, December 5, 2016

Grade 2 3rd Quarter 1st, 2nd, 3rd Summative Tests

Grade 2 3rd Quarter 1st, 2nd, 3rd Summative Tests

Grade 2 3rd Quarter 1st, 2nd, 3rd Summative Tests

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How to Remove Virus on your Facebook Account

How to Remove Virus on your Facebook Account

How to Remove Facebook Virus on your Facebook Account


This article will guide you step by step on How to Remove a Facebook Virus. Today, we faced an alarming issue from our Facebook groups. Based on what’s happening, several files pretending to be sex videos of famous Hollywood actresses are being distributed in Facebook without the knowledge of the Facebook account owners. The owners of the said accounts are mystified what’s happening with their accounts. Their names and credibility are at stake. We needed to act fast. That’s why we have written this article to guide our fellowmen to resolve their problem – having a hacked Facebook account. The problem – a Trojan Virus.

How to Remove a Facebook Virus

The name Trojan  is borrowed from Greek mythology. In the computer world the term refers to a program that contains hidden malicious functions. The program may look like something funny or useful such as a game or utility, in our case, a pornographic file that catches the attention for example, for a lot of our Facebook members and harms their Facebook account when executed.
Many Trojans contain activation criteria that enable the Trojan to work for a while. The user unknowingly forwards it to other users and then malicious code strikes. A Trojan is spread to other computers only through deliberate transfer by the users. Backdoor Trojans are a special kind of Trojan that grant unauthorized access to computer systems. This type of Trojan is rather common and can pose a significant threat to Facebook users – their accounts being stolen.

These Trojans consist of two programs that interoperate: the silent server module planted in a victim’s computer and the console used by a hacker. The silent server module acts as a spying tool. The console connects to it using networking protocols and transmits commands to it. This system can then be used to retrieve data from the victim,  target computer, modify data, alter system settings, execute programs and even record video and sound if the computer is equipped with multimedia capabilities and in this case, distribute fake pornographic files via social media – Facebook.

Here’s how to remove a Facebook virus  to secure and rescue your Facebook account, name and credibility from further damages. Follow these steps.
  • Log – in to your facebook account
  • First, you need to change your Facebook Password to secure it and prevent others from using your facebook account again.
  • Go to Settings.
  • Then Click on Password to change your password.
  • Input your current password and then create an new one. Remember your Password. Remember that you have now changed your password.
  • Now that you have secured your account, you need to clean-up the mess that the Trojan has made to your name and account by deleting everything that it has posted. What you need to do.
  • Go to your Facebook page. You will see a button that says View Activity Log. You will see everything that you have posted using your account.
  • You now have the ability to delete all the fake and pretentious posts made by the Trojan virus to your account. Just Click the pencil button at the right and then select Delete.
  • To redeem you credibility, you must post a disclaimer to your Facebook timeline stating that your Facebook account was hacked and all the nonsense posts didn’t personally come from you. Apologize and tell your friends that you have now recovered your account.
  • That’s it. That’s How to Remove a Facebook Virus.Be careful what you click next time you’re in Facebook. Viruses has a lot of forms. They can be hidden from somewhere, from website pages that you didn’t intentionally open, from shared files, from opening pop-up ads, from unsecured websites. You’ll get infected without even knowing it and problems will arise unexpected.

You should also have an anti-virus software installed in you computer. If you don’t have one and you need a credible anti-virus, just contact us so we could send you a copy. Also, make sure to scan your computer to further remove the traces of the virus and not complicate the damages further.


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Grade 1 PowerPoint Lesson Plans Q3 Week 5

Grade 1 PowerPoint Lesson Plans Q3 Week 5

Grade 1 PowerPoint Lesson Plans Q3 Week 5

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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Grade 2 K-12 Periodical Tests 3rd Quarter All Subjects

Grade 2 K-12 Periodical Tests 3rd Quarter All Subjects

Grade 2 K-12 Periodical Tests 3rd Quarter All Subjects

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Friday, December 2, 2016

Grade 1 K-12 Summative Test 3rd Quarter All Subjects

Grade 1 K-12 Summative Test 3rd Quarter All Subjects

Grade 1 K-12 Summative Test 3rd Quarter All Subjects

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

NEAP postpones 2016 Principal's Test

NEAP postpones 2016 Principal's Test

NEAP postpones 2016 Principal's Test

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DEPED-NEAP's Principals Test 2016 has been moved once again to another schedule next year.

MANILA - The technical working group of National Educators Academy of the Philippines announced online that the 2016 National Qualifying Examination for School Heads (NQESH) or commonly known as Principal's Test had been postponed.

NEAP and Bureau of Human Resource Organizational Development posted in their official Facebook page that the schedule for Principal's Test is postponed to April 9, 2017.

NQESH 2016 was initially scheduled on November 16 but NEAP moved it to December 18. Then "due to administrative constraint in the procurement of test materials," it was moved once again to the new schedule. Here's the full text of the announcement:
To All Principals' Test Takers, 
We are all geared to meet you in the much anticipated national examination set on December 18, 2016. We understand that you have prepared well and excited to answer the challenging competency-based items. :) 
However, due to major administrative constraints in the procurement of test materials, we sincerely regret to inform you that the 2016 Principals Test will be postponed to April 9, 2017. This is the date agreed considering the work load of our school personnel. 
In the meantime, take this time to continue to immerse yourselves in school management and operations and excel in your current responsibilities. 
We also hope that those who participated in the NEAP School Heads Development Program: Foundation Course will share their experiences and apply their learning in their respective schools. 
We apologize for the inconvenience caused by this postponement.
The official signed Memorandum will be posted in this Facebook page in the coming days. Feel free to comment or message us if you have concerns. 
May you enjoy the upcoming holiday season with your loved ones. Thank you and God bless! 
-National Technical Working Group (Bureau of Human Resource Organizational Development & National Educators Academy of the Philippines)
Based on DepEd Memorandum No. 80, s. 2016 dated May 17, 2016, the following are eligible to take the test:

a. One Year as Head Teacher or;
b. Two Years as Teacher-in-Charge or Master Teacher; or
c. Three Years as Teacher III or SPED Teacher; or
d. Five years as incumbent public school teacher who has five years of managerial or supervisory experience in a DepEd recognized private institution and Commission on Higher Education (CHED) recognized higher education institution.

Please share this NEAP announcement on Principal's Test 2016 to all school heads are about to take the examination.

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

DepED Teachers to Receive PBB Before 2016 Ends

DepED Teachers to Receive PBB Before 2016 Ends

DepED Teachers to Receive PBB Before 2016 Ends

DepEd released official statement on Performance Based Bonus release and salary increase.

The Department of Education (DepEd) maintained position that teachers throughout the country will receive their bonuses before the year 2015 closes.

This was based on the official statement of DepEd that was released by the agency on November 39, Tuesday.

The statements says that following the submission of all required documents to the Inter-Agency Task Force, DepEd and its personnel are now eligible to receive the performance-based bonus (PBB) for Fiscal Year 2015.

They have already submitted to the Department of Budget and Management the ranking reports of schools, which will be the basis of the amount of PBB to be released per school personnel.

This will be used for the evaluation and processing of payment to the teachers.

DepEd teaching and non-teaching employees will receive the PBB which ranges from P5,000 to P35,000, as cited in the Department Order No. 56, series 2016 (DO 56, s. 2016).

The said amounts are determined by the performance of the personnel or contribution to the achievement of education targets and commitments.

According to DepEd, the grant of PBB is to recognize the exemplary performance of teachers, to further motivate higher performance and greater accountability, and to foster the value of meritocracy in the Department.

The agency added that not earlier than December 15, the teachers, along with all qualified government employees, are also entitled to receive an annual productivity-enhancement incentive (PEI) worth P5,000 beginning Fiscal Year 2016 which is the date, qualification, and amount mandated by Executive Order No. 201, series 2016 (EO 201, s. 2016).

Last few months, all DepEd personnel have already received the year-end bonus equivalent to one month salary and the annual additional cash gift worth, according to (Republic Act 6686 and Republic Act 8441) (EO 201, s. 2016), respectively.

The year-end bonuses comprise the benefits and allowances received by teachers on top of their basic salaries.

On an average, a public school teacher with entry-level salary of P19,000 may receive a total of P23,000 per month.

In the whole Philippines, there are 763,000 teachers, according to DepEd.

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Senior High School Advisory (LIS)

Senior High School Advisory (LIS)

Senior High School Advisory (LIS)


Opening of Enrollment of 2nd Semester, SY 2016-2017. The LIS is now open for encoding and enrolling SHS learners into the 2nd Semester of SY 2016-2017. Please refer to the guidelines enclosed in DO 70, s. 2016 - DOWNLOAD HERE

To know how to use this enrollment facility, go to Procedures for SHS 2nd Semester Enrollment for Private Schools in the Manuals section of the Support page. Encoding is from 21 November 2016 - 22 December 2016.


New School Forms. As per DO 69, s. 2016, DepEd issues Electronic Class Record and Form 137 for SHS. Download the Excel spreadsheet files of these forms at SHS ECR and SHS FORM 137

Encoding of SHS Early Registrants for SY 2017-2018 (DM 161, s. 2016). At the moment, the facility for encoding of SHS Early Registrants is still ongoing. We will post an update in the next few weeks once the facility is available.

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Grade 2 New Complete Detailed Lesson Plans

Grade 2 New Complete Detailed Lesson Plans

Grade 2 New Complete Detailed Lesson Plans 

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

DepEd statement on PBB release, salary increase

DepEd statement on PBB release, salary increase


DepEd statement on PBB release, salary increase

November 29, 2016

The Department of Education (DepEd) maintained that teachers will receive their bonuses before the year closes.

Following the submission of all required documents to the Inter-Agency Task Force, DepEd and its personnel are now eligible to receive the performance-based bonus (PBB) for Fiscal Year 2015. The ranking reports of schools, which will be the basis of the amount of PBB to be released per school personnel, are already submitted to the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) for evaluation and processing of payment.

The PBB to be received by DepEd teaching and non-teaching employees ranges from P5,000 to P35,000. The amounts cited in the Department Order No. 56, series 2016 (DO 56, s. 2016) are determined by the personnel’s performance or contribution to the achievement of education targets and commitments. The grant of PBB is to recognize the exemplary performance of teachers, to further motivate higher performance and greater accountability, and to foster the value of meritocracy in the Department.

Not earlier than December 15, our teachers, along with all qualified government employees, are also entitled to receive an annual productivity-enhancement incentive (PEI) worth P5,000 beginning Fiscal Year 2016 – the date, qualification, and amount mandated by Executive Order No. 201, series 2016 (EO 201, s. 2016).

Aside from PBB and PEI, the year-end bonus equivalent to one month salary (Republic Act 6686 and Republic Act 8441) and the annual additional cash gift worth P5,000 (EO 201, s. 2016) were already given to all DepEd personnel.

The year-end bonuses comprise the benefits and allowances received by teachers on top of their basic salaries. On an average, a public school teacher with entry-level salary of P19,000 may receive a total of P23,000 per month – a far cry from the average starting salary received by a teacher in a regular provincial private school at P8,000. The disparity has even caused more private school teachers to migrate to public schools.

The President’s promise of increasing the salaries of 763,000 teachers nationwide is being duly recognized and considered by the Department, but not without considerations. Given the widening salary gap with private schools and with other service sectors, the inflationary impact, the premium on teachers in Science and Math and senior teachers, and the huge Department population, DepEd must ensure that the fulfillment of this promise is carefully planned in terms of policy and financial requirements.

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Monday, November 28, 2016

Filipino Patinig-Katinig Instructional Materials

Filipino Patinig-Katinig Instructional Materials

Filipino Patinig-Katinig Instructional Materials


Ano ang Katinig?

Ang katinig ay isang paraan ng artikulasyon ng tunog Ang mga afrikeyt ay kadalasang nagsisimula bilang plosibo o pigil at natatapos na frikatib o maalingasngas. Ibig sabihin para malikha ang mga tunog na ito ay kailangang magsimula muna sa tuluyang pagharang ng hangin gamit ang alinmang bahagi ng bibig, at pagkatapos ay unti unting pagbukas nito upang makalikha ng maliit na siwang kung saan mabubuga ang hangin upang makalikha ng ma-ugong na tunog. 

Ang katinig din pinakamaraming alpabetong filipino ang ginagamit natin ngayon na nakaka buo ng maraming wikang filipinoHalimbawa ng Katinig Mga halimbawa ng ng katinig(b,c,d,f,g,h,j,k,l,m,n,n,ng,p,q,r,s,t,v,w,x,y,z)Halimbawa ng PatinigAng PatinigSALAMAT PO!Ang mga Patinig at Katinig
Ang KatinigAno ang Patinig ?

Ang filipino ay may 21ponemang segmental - 16 sa mgaito ay ang katinig at lima naman ang patinigAng Patinig ay galaw ng bibig, saltik ng dila na may kasabay na tunog ng lalamunan o walang antalang bugso ng tinig sa pagbigkas ng salita( a, e, i, o, u)Ang patinig ay ang isa sa mga dahilan kung bakit nagagamit natin ng wasto ang wikang filipino dahil eto ang kadalasan o pang araw araw na ginagamit nating wika sa ngayonngunit ang patinig ay may kaibahan sa katinig dahil ang patinig ay may tinig kung bibigkasin ang mga wikang ginagamit samantalang ang katinig naman kung bibigkasin ay maaaring may tinig o walang tinig kumporme sa ginamit na wika.itinuturing din na ang patinig na siyang pinakatampok o pinakaprominenteng bahagi ng pantig.walang pantig sa filipino na walang pantigAng patinig ay likas na may tinig kung bibigkasin ang mga salitang gamit nitoang patinig din ay binubuo ng mga sumusunod na alpabetong filipino ito ay ang ( a. e. i. o. u. ) halimbawa

a - ( a + klat = aklat )e - ( e + roplano = eroplano )i - ( i + sda = isda )o - ( o + kasyon = okasyon )u - ( u + lan = ulan )

Joseph Victor L. ElloAss-1aAng katinig ay binubuo ng dalawampu't dalawang katinig. (_b._c._d._._f._g._h._j._k._l._m._n._ng._p._q._r._s._t._v._w._x._y._z.)

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