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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Watch Xia Vigor as Taylor Swift Goes Viral

Watch Xia Vigor as Taylor Swift Goes Viral

Watch Xia Vigor as Taylor Swift Goes Viral

Child actress Xia Vigor continues to gain international recognition for her Taylor Swift impersonation in the latest episode of “Your Face Sounds Familiar.”

The 7-year old reenacted Swift’s performance of “You Belong With Me” that delighted the judges and studio audience.

The video of the “Langit Lupa” star’s impersonation — which has already garnered 2.8 million views in just a matter of two days — has caught the attention of American blogger Perez Hilton, as well as international publications such as Daily Mail, The Huffington Post, and Metro UK.



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Language Assessment for Primary Grades (LAPG) Reviewers

Language Assessment for Primary Grades (LAPG) Reviewers

Language Assessment for Primary Grades (LAPG) Reviewers


Instead of NAT (Grade 3), Language Assessment for Primary Grades (LAPG) shall. be administered to all Grade 3 pupils in the public schools.

March 7, 2017 is LAPG for SY 2016-2017, So here's some reviewers you can use for Preparing Pupils for this upcoming Assessment.
  • LAPG – FILIPINO 3 GRAMMAR.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • LAPG DRY RUN.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • LAPG FILIPINO - PAGBASA GRADE 3.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • LAPG LANGUAGE REVIEWER ADJECTIVES.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • LAPG Reviewer Language.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • LAPG Reviewer MTB_MLE.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • LAPG Reviwer Filipino.pdf - DOWNLOAD
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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

New 2017 SSS Contribution Table

New 2017 SSS Contribution Table

New 2017 SSS Contribution Table

The new SSS Contribution table for 2017 has been released for employers, employee, self-employed, voluntary members and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) should know when they are paying the monthly premium.

The latest contribution table of SSS is almost the same and also applies on previous 2014, 2015 and 2016 Contribution. Although when I check the table, almost no difference on the previous copy but this latest SSS contribution table will be throughout this year.

Also if you have problem in registering your SSS account online, you can follow this detailed step by step instructions for SSS Online registration, we included screenshots in every steps.

Latest SSS Contribution Table for 2017

Here's the 2017 SSS Contribution table for employers and employed members.

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For Self-employed, Voluntary and OFW members here's the contribution table for you.


For OFW members the minimum salary credit is 5,000 pesos, if you are an OFW you can select from P550 to P1,760 monthly contribution and you can pay it annualy. 

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Monday, January 16, 2017

Busted: China factories making fake branded food out of leftovers, industrial salt

Busted: China factories making fake branded food out of leftovers, industrial salt

Busted: China factories making fake branded food out of leftovers, industrial salt


It said the underground business has been well-established and in operation for more than a decade, with an estimated 100 million yuan ($15 million) in annual output revenue.

In Duliu County, about five major factories are dominant, producing six vans of goods a day.

Beijing News also reported that prices of the factory-made goods are lower than online retail prices, leading to significant profit margin.

A female worker in one of the factories said a bottle of Knorr chili sauce costs 3 yuan ($0.50) and a packet of Totole chicken flavor 5.5 yuan ($0.80) a packet.

Online retail prices for these products cost 20 and 30 yuan ($3 and $4.50) respectively.

As to how the condiments are made, one factory worker interviewed explained in detail: “Take making soybean sauce for example, you just mix industrial salt, tap water, pigment and food additives together in a certain ratio.”

Tap water and industrial-grade salt are also reportedly used as ingredients.

Industrial salt contains cancer-causing agents and heavy metals that damage the liver and kidneys.

The report also said the factories purchase used spices and herbs such as star anise, pepper and fennel from melon-seed processing factories in nearby Wangkou town. The said ingredients are then dried and ground to powder in dilapidated low-rise buildings.

Fake branded chicken stock is also made using a banned food coloring.

All counterfeit food products have packaging that mimics the original ones, down to the QR barcodes.

The factories are equipped with security cameras regularly monitored by staff for anyone asking about the products.

Factory owners earn so much, some can even afford luxury cars, the report also said.

Police are now investigating the factories’ operations.


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HOW TO DEVELOP A S.I.M. (STRATEGIC INTERVENTION MATERIAL)

HOW TO DEVELOP A S.I.M. (STRATEGIC INTERVENTION MATERIAL)

HOW TO DEVELOP A S.I.M. (STRATEGIC INTERVENTION MATERIAL)


How to make a SIM or Strategic Intervention Materials? First, lets us define what is a SIM.

SIM or Strategic Intervention Material refers to teaching aid introduced into the teaching methods to stimulate the activity of the students and thereby increasing their level of understanding.

Let us also define the word Intervention, operationally as it was used in my research study, it means that the learning of the students is enhanced with the integration of the use of Strategic Intervention Materials (SIM) together with the use of Science IV (Physics) textbook.

The following are the different Parts of the SIM called Cards:

  1.  Guide Card
  2.  Activity Card
  3.  Assessment Card
  4.  Enrichment Card
  5.  Reference Card

The description of each part/card is given below under the Guide in Developing and Reviewing Strategic Intervention Materials (SIM):

Guide Card
1. Gives a preview of what students will learn.
2. Stimulates interest in the topic.
3. Presents the focus skills.
  • a. Mentions the learning competency (LC).
  • b. States at least 3 sub-tasks (activities).
  • c. Builds on prior learning/ prerequisite skills.
  • d. Mentions the concrete outcome or product students are expected to demonstrate/ produce.
4. Cites briefly the activities.
5. Challenges the learner in performing the tasks.

Comments:__________________________

Activity Card
6. Translates the focus skills into at least 3 activities.
7. Provides activities that:
  • a. are organized based on the sequence of the focus skills (in the Guide Card).
  • b. have clear directions.
  • c. provide examples to concretize the concepts, particularly those drawn from real-life experience.
  • d. students can complete independently, in pairs, or in small groups.
  • e. allow students to make discoveries and formulate ideas on their own.
  • f. guides and challenges students’ thinking and learning.
  • g. uses local data and situations (e.g., interacting with people in the community).
8. Provides transition statements that recognize students’ accomplishments.
9. Provides questions that:
  • a. guide the development of concepts/focus skill.
  • b. elicit the message or meaning that astudent can take away from an activity/ experience.
  • c. elicit an explanation, not one-word answers.
  • d. establish the relationship between the topic/lesson and what students already know or are familiar to them.
  • e. develop the skills in the three domains.
Comments:__________________________________

Assessment Card
10. Provides exercises, drills or activities that allow students to:
  • a. assess their understanding of what they have learned and correct errors when appropriate.
  • b. monitor their learning and use feedback about their progress.
11. Formulated in standard test formats to give students practice in test-taking techniques.
12. Gives clear directions.
13. Provides an Answer Key (in a separate card)

Comments:____________________________

Enrichment Card
14. Provides activities that reinforce the content of the lesson
15. Provides opportunities for students to:
  • a. apply what they have learned to other subject areas or in new contexts.
  • b. work independently or in groups to explore answers to their own questions.
Comments:____________________________

Reference Card
16. Provides readings that relate content with students’ life experiences
17. Provides a carefully researched list of resources that:
  • a. will reinforce concepts/ skills learned
  • b. provide additional content not found in the textbook
  • c. students may refer to for further reading.
Comments:____________________________

Psychological principles that create an impact on learning, from “How Children Learn” by Estella Vosniadou, International Academy of Education, International Bureau of Education.

Scale: Interpretation:
  • 4.20 - 5.00 VE - Very Evident
  • 3.41 - 4.19 E - Evident
  • 2.61 - 3.40 ME - Moderately Evident
  • 1.81 - 2.60 LE - Less Evident
  • 1.00 – 1.80 LE - Least Evident
The criteria were the Standard criteria issued by the Department of Education (DepED), Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) in 2005.

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SIM's Strategic Intervention Materials

SIM's Strategic Intervention Materials

SIM's Strategic Intervention Materials


Strategic Intervention Materials, popularly known as SIM in Philippine Education is an instructional material meant to reteach concept or topics which are considered Least Mastered by the Students. The basic parts of which are; Guide card, Activity card, Assessment card, Enrichment card & Reference.

HOW TO DEVELOP A SIM? CLICK HERE

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SIM IN ARALIN PANLIPUNAN:
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SIM IN FILIPINO:
  • SIM FILIPINO NOLI ME TANGERE.docx - DOWNLOAD
  • SIM FILIPINO 7 TAYUTAY.pdf - DOWNLOAD
  • SIM FILIPINO PANG ABAY.pdf - DOWNLOAD
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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Grade 5 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter All Subjects

Grade 5 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter All Subjects

Grade 5 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter All Subjects


Grade 5 K-12 Bulletin Boards for 4th Quarter Period, Download All Instructional Materials Below:
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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Grade 2 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter Period

Grade 2 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter Period

Grade 2 K-12 Bulletin Boards 4th Quarter Period


4th Quarter Bulletin Boards for Grade 1 K-12

Improve effectiveness and enjoyment of lessons with these bulletin board Examples. They'll make your classroom visually appealing and stimulating to your pupils.

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New Complete Automated ECR w/ Grading Sheet, Form 137/138 & Item Analysis

New Complete Automated ECR w/ Grading Sheet, Form 137/138 & Item Analysis

New Complete Automated ECR w/ Grading Sheet, Form 137/138 & Item Analysis


Complete ECR with Grading Sheet Form 138, Form 137 and Item Analysis All in One Excel File. Download it below.


And also you can download other usable Forms from Deped in an Automated format. Just Click on below link.

COMPLETE USABLE FORMS FOR DEPED TEACHERS

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DepEd ready for Grade 12 despite lack of teachers

DepEd ready for Grade 12 despite lack of teachers


The Department of Education (DepEd) said in a conference Tuesday that it is prepared for the first batch of Grade 12 students under the K to 12 curriculum, despite an insufficient number of teachers.


DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones said they will continue hiring teachers this coming summer to prepare for the one million Grade 12 students expected to come in June. She said, aside from the lack of faculty members, many teachers will also be retiring.
"We need more teachers, especially in the sciences as well as in English so we are continuing the recruitment process," Briones said.
Data from the government show the current teacher-student ratio at 1:37. A study by the Center for Public Education said the ideal ratio should be one teacher for around 15 to 18 students.

In December 2016, the House of Representatives approved on third and final reading House Bill 416, that will allow home economics graduates to teach senior high school.

Sponsored by Committee on Basic Education and Culture and Sorsogon representative Evelina Escudero, House Bill 416 aims to address the need for additional personnel to teach technical-vocational subjects.
"If enacted into law, this bill will allow Home Economics graduates the opportunity to teach without the need for a Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) certification," Escudero said.
Section 8 of the Republic Act 10533 or the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 requires graduates of technical-vocational courses to acquire TESDA certification before they can teach specialized subjects.

For Alliance of Concerned Teachers Partylist Representative Antonio Tinio, the thousands of recently laid off contractual teachers could be rehired to teach in Grade 12.

Tinio said these are the educators in first and second year college who lost their jobs during the first two transition years of the K-12 program since its full implementation in 2015.

Fourth year high school students who were supposed to be graduating then still have to undergo two years of Senior High School, that left almost no enrollment in first and second year college levels.
"Ang isang hindi nabibilang ng statistics ng CHED at DOLE ay marami sa mga tinanggal o nilayoff na mga teachers are contractual teachers," Tinio said in a phone interview with CNN Philippines.
[Translation: Most of those who are laid-off are contractual teachers. These are not reflected in CHED and DOLE statistics.]

Education officials, however, are still optimistic they would be able to address the gap due to higher pay for teachers in public schools.

The monthly salary in the public sector is at P23,000, which is a lot more compared to the private sector's average of around P8,000.

Briones said there are even cases where the amount is even much lower.
"I have come across schools, private schools which give P6,000 compare that with a total of P23,000 for public school teachers, starting level," Briones narrated.

Unfinished, damaged school buildings 

Aside from the need for more teachers, Briones admitted they are also facing the challenge of finishing school buildings for Senior High School.

She said a significant number of senior high school facilities are still under construction after these were started two years ago.

The recent typhoons also did not help, as many schools in the eastern coast of Luzon were damaged by strong winds and rains.

The buildings and roofs of these schools need to be repaired, as well as having school furniture replaced.

In some schools near coastal areas, all learning materials and computers were destroyed.
"We have a lot of catching up to do with one repairs and clean up and we hope to do that in three months time," Briones said.
Source: http://cnnphilippines.com/

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Briones salutes teachers in K to 12 success

Briones salutes teachers in K to 12 success

Briones salutes teachers in K to 12 success


PASAY CITY, January 11, 2017 – As the Department of Education (DepEd) rolls out Grade 12 in 2017, Secretary Leonor Magtolis-Briones reminded educators and education managers about the role of education in shaping and shifting the future of Filipinos.
“’Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world, that weapon is in our hands.’ That weapon we are going to discuss for the next two days,” Briones said, quoting Nobel laureate Nelson Mandela.
Addressing more than 1,000 participants of the 2nd National K to 12 Conference at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), the Education Chief pointed out that many of the most brilliant people in the world, including Nobel Prize winners, are and were teachers. The profession, while commonly described as “exploited, underpaid, and underappreciated,” continues to see 674,547 practitioners attending to the needs of 25,353,594 learners in the country.
While teaching is often perceived to involve “so much suffering,” the Filipinos’ love and reverence for teachers prove otherwise.
“When you are caught doing something which is against the teaching of the teacher, they will say, ‘Teacher says you should not do that’. . . Business and civic organizations compete with each other in paying tribute to outstanding teachers and granting financial rewards. . . Teachers throughout history have always been revered – think Gautama Buddha, think Nelson Mandela, think Jesus Christ who was always addressed by His disciples, not as ‘Your Royal Highness,’ ‘Your Holiness,’ he was always addressed as ‘teacher’,” the Secretary pointed out.
According to Briones, teachers are conduits of fervor, who pass on their passion so that their students may dream and achieve big. Come June and with the arrival of the Grade 12 learners, the Secretary challenged teachers to help students discover new and exciting paths; have them know and love their country more; help them discover things they never knew before; teach them skills they did not yet have; and make them become better human beings and citizens of the country and the world. With these, teachers have followed the path of the greatest teacher of all, and may even stir the potential of the next Nobel laureate sitting quietly in their classrooms.

Source: deped.gov.ph

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Grade 1 4th Quarter Bulletin Boards

Grade 1 4th Quarter Bulletin Boards

Grade 1 4th Quarter Bulletin Boards



4th Quarter Bulletin Boards for Grade 1 K-12

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YOU MAY ALSO DOWNLOAD THE ALL IN ONE BULLETIN BOARDS 1ST-4TH QUARTER BELOW:

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APPLICATION PROCESS FOR TEACHER I - ENTRY POSITIONS

APPLICATION PROCESS FOR TEACHER I - ENTRY POSITIONS

APPLICATION PROCESS FOR TEACHER I - ENTRY POSITIONS

  • 5.1 All applicants shall register to the Department’s online system Click Here, where they must encode their Personal Data Sheet and select the division where they want to be ranked. Once submitted, an Applicant Number will be issued. In the submission of application requirements, this Number must be indicated.
    • a. Each division shall assign an e-mail address (either its official division office’s e-mail or its HR’s e-mail) where the system will forward the applications.
    • b. Applicants who have already submitted requirements prior to the release of these Guidelines must still register to the online system, after which they shall submit their Applicant Number to the division office.
  • 5.2 An applicant shall submit to the head of elementary or secondary school where a teacher shortage or vacancy (regular and/or natural) exists, a written application, with the Applicant Number indicated, supported by the following documents:
    • CSC Form 212 (Revised 2005) in two copies with the latest 2×2 ID picture
    • Certified photocopy of PRC professional identification card or a PRC certification showing the teacher’s name, LET rating, and other information recorded in the PRC Office
    • Certified photocopy of ratings obtained in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)/Professional Board Examination for Teachers (PBET)
    • Certified copy of transcript of records
    • Copies of service records, performance rating, and school clearance for those with teaching experience. If unavailable, the applicant must submit a justification citing the reason/s for unavailability.
    • Certificates of specialized training, if any
    • Certified copy of the Voter’s ID and/or any proof of residency as deemed acceptable by the School Screening Committee
    • NBI Clearance
    • Omnibus certification of authenticity and veracity of all documents submitted, signed by the applicant
  • 5.3 The applicant assumes full responsibility and accountability on the validity and authenticity of the documents submitted, as evidenced by the Omnibus certification of authenticity (Items 5.2.i above). Any violation will automatically disqualify the applicant from the selection process.

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First Step in Reading in Kinder and Grade 1

First Step in Reading in Kinder and Grade 1

First Step in Reading in Kinder and Grade 1

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Philippine Passport Application Here's How

Philippine Passport Application Here's How

Philippine Passport Application Here's How

Here's everything you need to know if you're applying for a Philippine passport.

1. Applying for a Passport? Here are the basic requirements if you're a first-time passport applicant. For clarifications, drop a private message to DFA and they will answer your question as best as they can.

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2. Here's what you need to know about express Passport processing

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3. Here's what you need to know about regular passport processing

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4. Here's the list of what we consider as valid Government-issued IDs.

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DepED English Proficiency Test (EPT) Reviewer

DepED English Proficiency Test (EPT) Reviewer

DepED English Proficiency Test (EPT) Reviewer

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