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Answer sheet

1. D
2. B
3. A
4. A
5. A
6. B
7. A
8. B
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Shaina Cariaga
Bsed III B SocStud
Item analysis

Ite
m

Up
per

Low
er

Difficu
lty

Interpre
tation

Decision

Discrimi
nation

Interpr
etation

Decison

No.
1

Index
0.40

0.56

0.46

4
5
6

1
7
7

1
9
8

0.1
0.5
0.46

VD
VD
G

0.56

0.46

0.56

10

0.43

10
11

4
5

2
3

0.18
0.25

VD
G

12
13

2
7

0
6

0.06
0.41

VD
G

14

0.31

15
16
17

2
1
4

0
2
2

0.06
0.1
0.22

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G

18
19
20
21
22

3
2
3
1
9

2
2
1
1
7

0.16
0.13
0.13
0.06
0.5

VD
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G

23
24
25
26

6
2
1
4

0
0
0
5

0.19
0.06
0.03
0.28

VD
VD
VD
G

27

0.31

28

0.47

29

0.25

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0.11

0.11

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E
E
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0.33

RG

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o.22
0.22

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M

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0.22
0.11

M
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0.33

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0.22
0.11
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M
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M

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0.11
0
0.22
0
0.22

P
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P
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0.66
0.22
0.11
-0.11

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M
P
P

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E
E

-0.22

0.33

RG

0.22

REVISE

30

0.36

31

0.41

32
33
34
35

3
1
3
8

1
2
1
7

0.13
0.13
0.13
0.47

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36

0.38

37

0.34

38

0.22

39

0.28

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42

3
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1
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4

0.13
0.13
0.28

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43

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0.22

45

0.25

46
47

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3

0
5

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0.25

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48

0.34

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0.47

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0.19

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0.38

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55

2
3
3
7

1
0
1
2

.1
.16
.13
.28

VD
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56

.22

58

.28

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0.33

RG

0.33

RG

0.22
-0.11
0.22
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M
P
M
P

REVISE
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E

0.33

RG

0.33

RG

REVISE

0.11

0.22
0.11
0.11

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P
P

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E

0.44

VG

RETAIN

0.22

0.22

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0.33
-o.22

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P

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0.11

0.11

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0.44

0.11
0.33
0.22
0.56

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0.33

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0.33

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59
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5
4
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3
2
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.25
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VD
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62
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66

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1
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.13
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71

.44

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2
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.19
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74
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1
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0.22
0.22
0.22

M
M
M

REVISE
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0.11
-0.44
0.22
0.33

P
P
M
RG

E
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0.22

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0.22
0
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0.33

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P
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0.22

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0.22
0.11

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0.11
0.22

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FS 4: EXPLORING THE CURRICULUM

EPISODE 2: Components of the curriculum

1. Give your observation about the activities of the student/pupils


about their lesson.
- The teacher was very organized and planned all of her activities ahead of
time. Another thing that she did well related to task-based learning through
group work. She broke the class up into groups on two separate occasions.
Another thing that I really liked about her class was the fact that she
incorporates a little bit of strategies training into every lesson in order to
promote learner autonomy. The thing that I learned most from this classroom
observation experience was to watch how she elicits information from the
students.

2. Give your reflection on the way the teachers question are


answered by the students. Are there supporting experiences used?
Teacher must give appropriate lessons that fit to the capabilities and likes of
his learners. If in some instances where students have difficulties in learning
for they have learning disabilities like dyslexia, the role of the teacher is to
first change his strategies in teaching and make sure that he will give the the
special attention they needed.

TASK # 2 An interview on the Schools Vission, Mission, Goal


Maam Pena:

The aim of education is being attained through providing quality


education to students by teaching not only the context of the books but also
setting good examples to them on how to contribute meaningfully to build the
nation.
As a teacher I am promoting and protecting the riaght of every Filipino
learner especially Bantay National High School students. I am gender
sensitive child friendly and motivating them, I am nurturing them as their
second mother. I am also involving myself in protecting the environment
them participating clean and green program and tree planting activities. I am
a god fearing, environmentalist, Humanitarian and Patriotic.
Task #3: Analysis
Yes, the students are internalized the vision, mission and objectives as
what I see they are actively engaged with different activities of the school
development. As what I interviewed they have a monthly tree planting that
protect the community from flooding. They Ensure the quality of food in
school is consistent with healthy eating practice. Promote good physical and
mental health and healthy lifestyles. Increase opportunities for pupils to voice
their ideas and opinions. Ensure efficient use of the Earths resources.The
students learn in child-frieldy.
They also provide a disciplined and mutually respectful environment based
on Catholic values, with pupils able to make a positive contribution to society
with a clear understanding of their responsibilities in the local, national and
global communities

BANTAY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

ShainaCariagaBsedIIIB
NarrativeReports:Aug.03,2015
Theinstructormadegooduseofauthenticmaterials.Theideaof
usingCraig'sListasanauthenticsourceofreadingmaterialhadnever
occurredtome.InfactImayhavetocopyheranduseCraig'sList
laterinmyownteaching!AnotherthingthatIreallylikedabouther
classwasthefactthatsheincorporatesalittlebitofstrategiestraining
intoeverylessoninordertopromotelearnerautonomy.Thethingthat
Ilearnedmostfromthisclassroomobservationexperiencewasto
watchhowsheelicitsinformationfromthestudents.Sheappearedto
beextremelypatientandwaitedforthestudentstocomeupwiththeir
responses.
Ibelievethisinstructortobehighlyeffectiveandsomeoneto
whomIcanuseasamodel.SheincorporatedmanythingsthatIliked
intoonlyatwohourlesson,includingproperplanning,providing
authenticandinterestingmaterials,promotinglearnerautonomy
throughstrategiestraining,allowinggroupwork,employinga
communicativeapproachtolearning,creatingalearnercentered
environment,andusingintegratedfocusonform.