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10 Essential Strategies of an Effective Teacher

 
TEACHING IS ONE of the professions that can bring about something great if right ideas and beliefs are implemented in the classroom. In many cases, the true purpose of teaching is not actually to teach students how to memorize facts, or how to know all the correct answers. Instead, it is to lead students to understand and apply the concepts being presented.

10 Modern Ways to Express Filipino Nationalism

 
 Nationalism is a devotion of love for one’s country. A country’s identity is seen through its culture, traditions, religions, beliefs, and even the unity or togetherness of the people in it. The history of the Philippines reflects the kind of nationalism the Filipinos have. Their heroes stood and fought to preserve the Filipino identity and attain freedom and independence.
 
The following are 10 modern ways to express Filipino nationalism:

The Nine Social Science Disciplines

The Nine Social Science Disciplines
By Jensen DG. Mañebog (© 2013)

1. Anthropology refers to the study of humans. As a social science disipilne, it examines all aspects of human life and culture. It seeks to understand human origins and adaptation, and the diversity of cultures and worldviews.

2. Economics studies the production, distribution, exchange, and consumption of goods and services. The term may also refer to the financial aspects of something, as in “the economics of managing a business.

It deals with the optimum allocation of scarce resources among its alternatives to satisfy the unlimited human wants and needs of the people. Economists study the ways individuals and groups (such as governments, firms and nations)allocate resources (including money, buildings, land, time, tools and know-how) to satisfy needs and wants.

3. Geography is the science of place. It is the social science that studies the distribution and arrangement of all elements of the earth’s surface.

Marxism and Communism: The Real Score

Marxism and Communism: The Real Score

German political philosopher Karl Marx created the system known as Marxism, together with his collaborator Friedrich Engels. In their view, later known as historical materialism, the history of society is a history of class struggle in which the ruling class uses religion and other traditions and institutions, as well as its economic power, to reinforce its domination over the working classes. Human culture, according to Marx, is dependent on economic (material) conditions and serves economic ends.

Religion, for Marx, is “the opiate of the masses” that serves the political end of suppressing mass revolution. Marxism is a theory of revolution, of history, of economics, and of politics, and it served as the ideology for Communism. Although he was a philosopher Marx had disdain for merely theoretical intellectual work, stating, “The philosophers have only interpreted the world in different ways; the point is to change it.”

Marx was in many respects the most influential political theorist of the 19th century. Marx advocated the abolition of private property and predicted the demise of capitalism after a series of recurring crises.

NAT REVIEWER HEKASI for GRADE 3 A

NAT REVIEWER HEKASI for GRADE 3 (AP-K2A)

This Free NAT REVIEWER HEKASI for GRADE 3 (AP-K2A) by OurHappySchool.com is in e-learning automated format. Particularly, this is about ARALING PANLIPUNAN (Social Studies).

 
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Automated E-Learning HEKASI Reviewer 1 for NAT Elementary, etc.

This Automated E-Learning HEKASI Reviewer 1 for NAT Elementary, etc. was made to help students prepare for the National Achivement Test (Grade 6) and other examinations.

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Automated E-Learning HEKASI Social Studies Reviewer (GS) for NAT etc.

This Automated E-Learning HEKASI Social Studies Reviewer (GS) for NAT etc. was made to help people prepare for National Achivement Test (esp. Grade 6 and Higshschool) and others.

 

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LEARNING WHILE REVIEWING : AN E-LEARNING REVIEW (NAT 2014)

The National achievement Test (NAT) is a locally-made standardized test designed to determine pupils/students’ achievement level, strengths and weaknesses in five key curricular subject areas at the end of the school year.”

The NAT, which is a system-based assessment, was specially designed to gauge learning outcomes across target levels in identified periods of basic education. In particular, it spans from mid assessment of elementary education which falls on the third grade, and then to a terminal exit assessment which falls on the sixth grade. The test results in NAT G6 can likewise serve as measurement of incoming first year students’ readiness for high school

The NAT was developed to measure what pupils/students in G3, G6 and 4th year know and can do in five subject areas: Science, Math, English, Filipino and Hekasi in Elem. and AP in 4th yr

Specifically, the test aims to:

  1.  provide empirical information on the achievement level of pupils/students in G3, G6 and 4th yr to serve as guide for policy makers, administrators, curriculum planners, supervisors, principals and teachers in their respective course of action
  2.   identify and analyze variations on achievement levels across the years by region, division, school and other variables determine the rate of improvement in basic education with respect to individual schools within certain time frames 
  3. On the other hand, the NAT for  Fourth yr serves as assessment of whole learning.

Free NAT Araling Panlipunan Reviewer for High School

This Free NAT Araling Panlipunan Reviewer for High School is for the National Achievement Test--an annual examination given to Grade sixth and tenth students in the Philippines. The students' knowledge and mastery over the subjects English, Mathematics, Science, Filipino, and Hekasi is measured using a multiple choice type of test. The examination is administered by the Department of Education's National Educational Testing and Research Center (NETRC).

This National Achievement Test (NAT) reviewer focuses on Araling Panlipunan, especially in Economics.

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Free NAT HIGH SCHOOL Araling Panlipunan REVIEWER

This Free NAT HIGH SCHOOL Araling Panlipunan REVIEWER is for the National Achievement Test (NAT) -- an examination given annually in March to assess the competency of both public and private school students. A score of 75% and up indicates mastery of the subject and 50% to less than 75%, near mastery; while a score of below 50% indicates low mastery.

This reviewer is about Araling Panlipunan  (A.P.) (Social Studies). It covers information in economics, world, philosophers, reformists, stone ages, and so on that are related to the subject matters studied in the subject (high school level).

This reviewer is a not an official product of CHED or any other institution. This is a contribution of the following persons (see OurHappySchool.com Disclaimer):

Jenny Ann Teaño, Kathiryn Ginoy, Dawn Teotico, Madel Valencia and Renalyn Rañola.

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