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Developing Useful Computer Applications for Today’s World

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Developing Useful Computer Applications for Today’s World

Developing Useful Computer Applications for Today’s World series is an answer to Philippine education’s call to provide students with student-centered, authentic, and practical learning experiences.

Author/s:
Grade 7, 8, and 9: Dennis Cesar R. Patiño
Grade 10: Raymund C. Sison

Series Designer/Coordinator: Dr. Miguel Q. Rapatan

Level/s: 7, 8, 9, and 10

With this series, students acquire in a direct hands-on way the basic and advanced skills that IT professionals in the industry themselves use in their daily work. Unlike other approaches where students merely become familiar with the nature and conventions of different programming languages, this textbook series focuses on having the students actually design and create specific applications that are widely used today. Thus, with this series, teachers empower the students to gain the IT skills that will make them become productive, responsible, and employable citizens of the country.

  • Student-centered Approach – Students undertake various activities that are very much attuned to their experiences and interests.
  • Inquiry – Students think about and share their ideas regarding a problem question and find out if their initial views are correct.
  • Discussion – Students are guided to understand the topic in a step-by-step manner with the help of flowcharts, screenshots of programming codes, and other illustrations. Screenshots show the expected output thereby making it reader-friendly for the students to follow the programming process.
  • Summary – Students review the key points presented in the chapter.
  • Evaluation – Students demonstrate their understanding of the lesson by answering exercises and reflecting on their learning and the importance of their work.
  • Real-world Applications – Students complete different projects and simulate and develop various small-scale applications that they can immediately use.
  • Rubrics – Students evaluate their projects with the help of rubrics which specify acceptable levels of performance and understanding.
  • Values Integration – Students relate the ethical dimensions of their particular tasks.
  • References – Students can look up other resources to enrich their learning.
  • Teachers Guides, Learning Guides, and Syllabi are readily available for teachers to use; they provide answer keys, additional exercises, and suggestions for doing the different lessons.

Textbook Copyright:

Grade 7: 2014

Grade 8: 2015

Grade 9: 2014

Grade 10: 2015

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Technology and Livelihood Education (LEAP) Series

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Technology and Livelihood Education (LEAP) Series

The textbook series covers three major livelihood component areas, namely, Home Economics (HE), Agriculture and Fishery Arts (AFA), and Industrial Arts (IA).

Author/s:
Josephine C. Bernardino, Estifania Gloria L. Lee, Edita T. Rafael, Maria Gracia A. Fulgencio, and Alma L. Paragas; Coordinator: Estifania Gloria L. Lee

Level/s: 7, 8, 9, and 10

  • Integrates entrepreneurship in all component areas of TLE
  • Features lessons that equip students with skills and values to become positive, productive, market-oriented, and customer-centered
  • Provides activities that develop the capacity of students for self-employment, and suggests pathways to them for further education and training in their chosen careers
  • Responds to the demands of the job market by equipping the students with the crucial knowledge and skills so that they can easily adapt and be flexible enough for employment
  • Teaches students, even at their young age, to learn, earn, and achieve a productive life

Textbook Copyright:

Grade 7: 2013

Grade 8: 2013

Grade 9: 2014

Grade 10: 2015

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Technology and Livelihood Education (1)

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Technology and Livelihood Education

Authored by a team of experts in livelihood education, the series focuses on the skills and values of self-reliance and productive family life through the use of appropriate technology.

Author/s:
Level I: Josephine C. Bernardino
Level IV: Alma L. Paragas and Maria Gracia A. Fulgencio

Levels I and IV Coordinator:
Estifania Gloria L. Lee

Level/s: High School

Develops students’ self-reliance through technological skills!

Technology and Livelihood Education levels I–IV allow the high school students to be involved in activity-centered lessons that explore career, utilize technology, and develop skills. This course introduces students to career exploration and selection processes, and provides information regarding additional courses and training related to the student’s career field of interests.

Technology and Livelihood Education series covers major components, namely, Home Economics, Food and Nutrition, Agriculture and Fishery Arts, and Entrepreneurship.

The Textbook contains well-thought-out lessons utilizing varied approaches for relevant learnings. It also features a glossary of terms and a list of references that may be used for further readings.

The Teachers Guide helps teachers maximize the textbook’s effectiveness in teaching students the basic knowledge and skills in technology and livelihood education.

Textbook Copyright:

Level I: 2005

Level II: 2005

Level III: 2006

Level IV-A: 2006

Level IV-B: 2006

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Technology and Home Economics (First and Second Year)

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Technology and Home Economics

Written by the experts in home economics, the series focuses on the skills and values of self-reliance and productive family life through the use of appropriate technology.

Author/s:
First and Second Year: Teresita B. Tronqued; Author-Coordinator: Gloria M. Santos
Second Year: Rizalina A. Talao; Coordinator: Gloria M. Santos

Level/s: High School

Here are the features of the series:

  • Activity‑oriented. The series equips high schoolers with knowledge and skills on technology and home economics and develops their interests, attitudes, and values toward work through various activities that may be done at home or in school.
  • Comprehensive. The series covers lessons in home management health care; food production, management, and service; dressmaking; tailoring; and related crafts.
  • Practical. The series highlights useful learning experiences that prepare students to engage in home-based industries.
  • Learner-friendly. The series provides guide questions and a list of tasks at the end of each chapter to evaluate the students’ learnings and develop their skills further.

The Textbook contains a list of concepts to be learned in each chapter. It also features a glossary of terms and a list of references that may be used for further readings.

The Teachers Guide helps teachers maximize the textbook’s effectiveness in teaching students the basic knowledge and skills in home economics. It contains classroom-tested strategies that teachers can use in teaching the lessons. It provides sample lessons for each chapter that can be modified according to the needs of students.

Textbook Copyright:

Level I: 1995

Level II: 1994

Level III: 1995

Level IV:

Related Crafts: 1995

Food-service Management: 1995

Culinary Arts: 1995

Nursing Arts: 1994

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Technology and Home Economics (second year)

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Technology and Home Economics answers the high school teachers’ need for a technology and home economics program that provides relevant and doable activities and projects, uses indigenous materials, and integrates values education techniques. The series gives students opportunities to explore the four components of technology and home economics, namely, home economics, industrial arts, agricultural arts, and entrepreneurship.

Author/s:
Level I: E. Tabbada, A. Ebalan, A. Nolasco, and B. Villanueva
Level II: E. Tabbada, V. Manantan, D. Atas, and A. Nolasco
Level III: Dressmaking I – E. Tabbada and E. Reyes
Related Crafts I – E. Tabbada and T. dela Cruz
Level IV: Dressmaking II – E. Tabbada and E. Reyes
Culinary Arts II – L. Basbas
Food Management and Service II – V. Manantan
Related Crafts II – E. Tabbada and T. dela Cruz

Level/s: High School

Technology and Home Economics I and II provide a more meaningful way to learn the concepts and skills of responsible family living through the books’ use of values education techniques.

Books I and II present the complete components of the course—home economics, fishery arts, industrial arts, agricultural arts, and entrepreneurship.

Technology and Home Economics III and IV elaborate on the following subjects:

Basic Computer Education acquaints students with the parts and functions of a computer.

Basic Electronics equips students with basic concepts and skills in electronics as it deals with lessons on resistance, capacitance, inductance, transistor circuits, and radio receivers.

Culinary Arts deals with basic concepts, principles, and techniques in baking and food preservation. It has a special section on preparing native delicacies.

Dressmaking arms high schoolers with the know‑how in organizing and managing dressmaking and fashion designing businesses.

Food Management and Service emphasizes the values of good health through meal planning, food preparation, cooking, and other aspects of food management.

Related Crafts equips students with the necessary knowledge and expertise in the different areas of embroidery, Irish crochet, quilt making, recycling, and fabric painting.

 

The Textbook encourages the active participation of students in all activities using resources available in the community. The textbook offers practical lessons that develop students’ entrepreneurial skills and experience and provides them technical training in business ventures.

The Teachers Guide provides detailed lesson plans and teaching strategies to help teachers in the presentation of lessons in the textbook.

Textbook Copyright:

Level I: 1993

Level II: 1998

Level III:

Dressmaking I: 1998

Related Crafts I: 1998

Level IV:

Dressmaking II: 1994

Culinary Arts II: 1994

Food Management and Service II: 1995

Related Crafts II: 1998

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