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Validation and Integration/Consolidation of the NCBTS-Based TOS for LET

Legenda International Hotel, Subic, Olongapo City


February 9 11, 2009
NCBTS

SUBJECT

COMPETENCY

Geography
- Basic Geography
- Places and Landscapes in a Changing
World
- Geography and Natural Resources

1. Manifest understanding of basic geographical concepts, processes and


patterns.
2. Examine the character of various regions (local and global) as influenced
by environmental, cultural and historical forces.
3. Explain and survey the diversity of connections of people and places in a
globalizing world as mediated by cultures, politics and historical
development.
1. Analyze the social, political, economic history and development of
civilizations from ancient to the present.
2. Analyze the influence and contributions of Asian and Western Civilizations
on Filipino socio-cultural life in particular and the world in general.
1. Explain factors and conditions that influence cultural and behavioral
differences of different groups and societies.
2. Determine the relationships between culture and biological traits.
3. Comprehend the basic sociological and anthropological concepts, theories
and perspective.
4. Trace the origin and development of human beings, societies and
cultures.
5. Analyze how social phenomenon relates to class, ethnicity, gender,
ideology and power, social actions as produced in everyday life.
6. Manifest appreciation and better understanding of our present culture and
society.
1. Examine issues and problems related to development such as
unemployment and poverty, international trade and others and explore
alternative solutions.
2. Apply economic concepts such as supply and demand, diminishing
marginal utility, income effect to current economic situations.
3. Analyze theories and models of economic growth and development.
4. Comprehend the basic concepts and principles of economics including the
nature and functions of economic systems.
5. Apply economic planning principles in the formulation of simple
development/business plans.
1. Discuss how Social Science serves as an efficient and effective tool for a
holistic development for humanity and societies.

History
- World History and Civilization I
- World History and Civilization II
- Asian Studies
Sociology
- Sociology-Cultural Anthropology

Economics
- Micro-Macro Economics
- Economic Planning and Strategies

Issues and Trends


- Trends and Issues in Social Science

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Politics/Governance
- Comparative Government and Politics
- Law Related Studies

Research
- Research in Social Sciences
- Scientific Reasoning and Thinking
Methods
- Teaching Approaches in Secondary
Social Studies
- Production
of
Social
Studies
Instructional Materials
- Building Bridges Across Social Science
Discipline (MAKABAYAN as a core
learning area in Basic Education)
Assessment
- Assessment and Evaluation in the
Social Science

2. Examine critically trends and issues in contemporary Philippine and global


society from peace, human rights, gender, development and global
perspective.
3. Identify forces and factors that shape and influence contemporary issues.
4. Analyze causes and effects of modern conflicts and explore alternative
ways to solve them.
5. Determine global and national implications of geographical and industrial
discoveries.
6. Examine the political, economic, and socio-cultural issues and problems in
contemporary Asian societies as influenced by global realities.
7. Evaluate the scientific, political, social and economic transformation in the
contemporary world.
1. Manifest understanding on how basic laws (family law, environmental law,
human rights, public accountability, consumer law, and common offenses)
are applied at home, in school, community and workplace.
2. Examine political conditions of selected countries which include forms of
governance, political development, political culture, relations between the
government and its citizens, relations among social groups that take place in
the political arena.
3. Apply concepts and principles of comparative politics to the practice of
good governance and effective citizenship.
4. Compare models of political systems in terms of government structure,
organization, function, operation and politics.
1. Demonstrate competence (scientific reasoning and critical thinking) and
skill in the conduct of social science research.
2. Apply social science research models and methodology in actual research
activity.
1. Manifest understanding of the basic principles and theories of teaching
learning processes in social studies and social science.
2. Apply alternative approaches (collaborative, conceptual, problem-based,
experiential approaches) in teaching Social Studies based on Constructivist
Approach.
3. Apply appropriate innovative approaches, strategies and techniques in
teaching social studies.
4. Apply pedagogical principles in developing instructional plans.
5. Apply integrative approaches in teaching Social Studies and MAKABAYAN
subjects.
1. Apply knowledge and skills in assessing, measuring, and evaluating
student performance in social studies.
2. Assess learning in the social sciences with the use of traditional and
authentic forms/tools for assessment and evaluation.

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