January 2019

Curriculum Guides for Grades 1-12

What is Curriculum Guide?
From the word itself "Curriculum" which pertains to all subjects that are taught under our educational system and "Guide" which means a way to lead or start something. Curriculum Guide states the contents to be taught as well as the skills to be performed by the learners. It also contains competencies for every subject. Those competencies are essential in making lesson objectives. 

Here are the Curriculum Guides for Grades 1-12. The following files are Free, Downloadable, and Printable.

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ELEMENTARY AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM GUIDES
  • Kindergarten Curriculum Guide - Download
  • Araling Panlipunan Curriculum Guide - Download
  • Arts Curriculum Guide - Download
  • Edukasyon Sa Pagpapakatao Curriculum Guide - Download
  • English Curriculum Guide -Download
  • EPP, TLE Curriculum Guide -Download
  • Filipino Curriculum Guide -Download
  • Health Curriculum Guide with tagged math equipment -Download
  • Math Curriculum Guide with tagged math equipment -Download
  • Mother Tongue Curriculum Guide -Download
  • Music Curriculum Guide -Download
  • Physical Education Curriculum Guide -Download
  • Science Curriculum Guide with tagged SCI equipment -Download
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM GUIDES


SHS Applied Track Subjects
  • SHS Applied Empowerment Technologies (for the Strand) -Download
  • SHS Applied English for Academic and Professional Purposes CG -Download
  • SHS Applied Entrepreneurship CG -Download
  • SHS Applied Filipino (Akademik) CG -Download
  • SHS Applied Filipino (Isports) CG -Download
  • SHS Applied Filipino (Sining) CG -Download
  • SHS Applied Filipino (Tech-Voc) CG -Download
  • SHS Applied Inquiries, Investigations and Immersions CG -Download
  • SHS Applied Research 1 CG -Download
  • SHS Applied Research 2 CG -Download
SHS Core Curriculum Subjects
  • SHS Core 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World CG -Download
  • SHS Core Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions CG -Download
  • SHS Core Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction CG -Download
  • SHS Core Earth and Life Science CG with tagged Science equipment -Download
  • SHS Core Earth Science CG -Download
  • SHS Core General Math CG -Download
  • SHS Core Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person CG -Download
  • SHS Core Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino CG -Download
  • SHS Core Media and Information Literacy CG -Download
  • SHS Core Oral Communication CG -Download
  • SHS Core Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Iba’t-Ibang Teksto Tungo sa Pananaliksik CG -Download
  • SHS Core PE and Health CG -Download
  • SHS Core Personal Development CG -Download
  • SHS Core Physical Science CG with tagged sci equipment -Download
  • SHS Core Reading and Writing CG -Download
  • SHS Core Statistics and Probability CG -Download
  • SHS Core Understanding Culture, Society and Politics CG -Download
SHS SPECIALIZED SUBJECTS (ACADEMIC TRACK)
Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM Strand)
  • ABM Strand Suggested Scheduling of Subjects (revised 16 June 2015) -Download
  • ABM Applied Economics CG -Download
  • ABM Business Ethics and Social Responsibility CG -Download
  • ABM Business Finance CG -Download
  • ABM Business Math CG -Download
  • ABM Culminating Activity Business Enterprise Simulation CG -Download
  • ABM Fundamentals of ABM 1 CG -Download
  • ABM Fundamentals of ABM 2 CG -Download
  • ABM Organization and Management CG -Download
  • ABM Principles of Marketing CG -Download
Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS Strand)
  • HUMSS Strand Suggested Scheduling of Subjects (revised 16 June 2015) -Download
  • HUMSS Community Engagement, Solidarity and Leadership CG -Download
  • HUMSS Creative Nonfiction CG -Download
  • HUMSS Creative Writing CG -Download
  • HUMSS Culminating Activity CG -Download
  • HUMSS Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences CG -Download
  • HUMSS Introduction to World Religions & Belief Systems CG -Download
  • HUMSS Philippine Politics and Governance CG -Download
  • HUMSS Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking in the 21st Century CG -Download
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM STRAND)
  • STEM Strand Scheduling -Download
  • STEM Basic Calculus CG -Download
  • STEM Biology 1 CG with tagged sci equipment -Download
  • STEM Biology 2 CG with tagged sci equipment -Download
  • STEM Gen Chem 1 and 2 CG with tagged sci equipment -Download
  • STEM Physics 1 CG -Download
  • STEM Physics 2 CG -Download
  • STEM Pre-Calculus CG -Download
  • STEM Research or Capstone Project CG -Download
TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK

Agri-Fishery Arts
  • Agricultural Crops Production (NC I) -Download
  • Agricultural Crops Production (NC II) -Download
  • Agricultural Crops Production (NC III) -Download
  • Animal Health Care Management (NC III) -Download
  • Animal Production (Poultry-Chicken) (NC II) -Download
  • Animal Production (Ruminants) (NC II) -Download
  • Animal Production (Swine) (NC II) -Download
  • Aquaculture (NC II) -Download
  • Artificial Insemination (Ruminants) (NC II) -Download
  • Artificial Insemination (Swine) (NC II) -Download
  • Fish Capture (NC II) -Download
  • Fishing Gear Repair and Maintenance (NC III) -Download
  • Fish-Products Packaging (NC II) -Download
  • Fish Wharf Operation (NC I) -Download
  • Food Processing (NC II) -Download
  • Horticulture (NC III) -Download
  • Landscape Installation and Maintenance (NC II) -Download
  • Organic Agriculture (NC II) -Download
  • Pest Management (NC II) -Download
  • Rice Machinery Operation (NC II) -Download
  • Rubber Processing (NC II) -Download
  • Rubber Production (NC II) -Download
  • Slaughtering Operations (NC II) -Download
Home Economics
Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
  • Animation (NC II) -Download
  • Broadband Installation (Fixed Wireless Systems) (NC II) -Download
  • Computer Programming (.net Technology) (NC III) -Download
  • Computer Programming (Java) (NC III) -Download
  • Computer Programming (Oracle Database) (NC III) -Download
  • Computer Systems Servicing (NC II) -Download
  • Contact Center Services (NC II) -Download
  • Illustration (NC II) -Download
  • Medical Transcription (NC II) -Download
  • Technical Drafting (NC II) -Download
  • Telecom OSP and Subscriber Line Installation (Copper Cable/POTS and DSL) (NC II) -Download
  • Telecom OSP Installation (Fiber Optic Cable) (NC II) -Download
Industrial Arts
  • Automotive Servicing (NC I) -DOWNLOAD
  • Automotive Servicing (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Carpentry (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Carpentry (NC III) -DOWNLOAD
  • Construction Painting (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Domestic Refrigeration and Air-conditioning (DOMRAC) Servicing (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Driving (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Electrical Installation and Maintenance (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Electric Power Distribution Line Construction (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Furniture Making (Finishing) (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Instrumentation and Control Servicing (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Machining (NC I) -DOWNLOAD
  • Machining (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Masonry (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Mechatronics Servicing (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Motorcycle/Small Engine Servicing (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Plumbing (NC I) -DOWNLOAD
  • Plumbing (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning (Packaged Air-Conditioning Unit [PACU]/Commercial Refrigeration Equipment [CRE]) Servicing (NC III) -DOWNLOAD
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (NC I) -DOWNLOAD
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Tile Setting (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
  • Transmission Line Installation and Maintenance (NC II) -DOWNLOAD
TVL Maritime
Sports Track
  • Safety and First Aid -DOWNLOAD
  • Human Movement -DOWNLOAD
  • Fundamentals of Coaching -DOWNLOAD
  • Sports Officiating and Activity Management -DOWNLOAD
  • Fitness, Sports and Recreation Leadership -DOWNLOAD
  • Psychosocial Aspects of Sports and Exercise -DOWNLOAD
  • Fitness Testing and Basic Exercise Programming -DOWNLOAD
  • Practicum (in-campus) - DOWNLOAD
Arts and Design Track
  • Creative Industries I: Arts and Design Appreciation and Production -DOWNLOAD
  • Creative Industries II: Performing Arts -DOWNLOAD
  • Physical and Personal Development in the Arts -DOWNLOAD
  • Developing Filipino Identity in the Arts -DOWNLOAD
  • Integrating the Elements and Principles of Organization in the Arts -DOWNLOAD
  • Leadership and Management in Different Arts Fields -DOWNLOAD
Apprenticeship and Exploration of Different Arts Fields
Exhibit for Arts Production
Work Immersion/Research/Career Advocacy/Culminating Activity
i.e. Exhibit for Arts Production/Performing Arts Production


Disclaimer: We don't own any of these files. 

January 08, 2019
How to Protect Microsoft Office Documents

Do you have any MS Office documents that you don't want to be seen by anyone? Or by an unauthorized person? Well, this tutorial is for you.
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, etc.) has a feature that will let you protect documents. This is very useful especially if you have written sensitive or important content. Take a look at the tutorial below:

Let's use Microsoft Word as an example.

Step 1: Run MS Word in your device.
Press the "Windows" button and search for "MS Word"

Step 2: Click the "File" tab and click "Info".

Step 3: Click  "Protect Document"
There are 4 options under Protect Document:
1. Mark as Final
Let readers know the document is final and make it read-only. (Readers can open the document but editing will be prohibited)
2. Encrypt with Password
Password Protect the document. (The document will ask for a password upon opening.)
3. Restrict Editing
Control types of changes others can make. (Readers can open the document but they will not be able to edit it unless they enter a password.)
4. Add a Digital Signature
Ensure that integrity of the document by adding an invisible digital signature. (This tells people who read your document that you and no else signed it, indicating that you were the last person to revise and save it.)

Let's try Password Encryption and Editing Restriction since these two are the most commonly used function in Microsoft Office.

4. Password Encryption
Click "Encrypt with Password"
This will enable you to set a password for your document.

4.1: Enter your password

4.2: Retype your password

4.3: Press "Enter"

4.4: Save your document

4.5: Open it and you're done!
NOTE: To remove the password, navigate to File>Info>Password Protect>Encrypt with Password and delete the password that you've entered.

5. Restrict Editing
Click the "File" tab and return to the "Protect Document" button. Select "Restrict Editing".
This will enable you to disable the editing function for your document unless they enter the password.

5.1: Formatting restrictions
This will option will prevent others from changing the formatting of your document. Click the link for "Settings" to set limitation. You can keep that as it is, change it to Recommended Minimum, or change it to none. If you are not sure which to pick, choose Recommended Minimum.
You can also check any of those three options under "Formatting". If you're not sure about those, leave them unchecked. Click OK to close the window.

5.2: Editing restrictions
Check the box to "Allow only this type of editing in the document". Click the drop-down menu below and pick from the four options:
A. Tracked changes - To track changes on the document and restricts all other types of editing.
B. Comments - To allow readers to insert comments in your document but make no other modifications
C. Filling in forms - To allow readers to fill out forms that you've created but not change those forms.
D. No changes (Read only) - No changes can be made.

5.3: Exceptions
If you have checked the option for "Comments" or "No changes (Read only)" you can create an exception for anyone to be able to edit certain parts of your documents. In the "Exceptions" section, check the box for Everyone and select any parts of the document that you want anyone to be able to edit.

5.4: Enforce Protection

Finally, click "Yes, Start Enforcing Protection" button. Enter and retype a password and then click OK. Save and close the document.

5.5: Turn off Protection
If you want to turn off the protection, click the "Review" tab and click on the icon for "Restrict Editing".  Click the "Stop Protection" button at the lower right corner of your screen. Enter the password and click OK. Uncheck the options for "Formatting and Editing" restriction.

I hope this tutorial helped you. If you have questions, just leave a comment below. 

January 01, 2019
How to Take a Screenshot in Windows OS Easily

Taking a screenshot is one of the useful features in our gadgets. A lot of people nowadays are using this feature. This is really helpful especially in making tutorials, presentation, and many more. For teachers, we can use this when we are going to teach about computer works such as word and documents processing in our class or in seminars. By utilizing this, we can enhance a better understanding and learning of our topic. Though many of us know how to do this, some people are still wondering how this thing works. Well, there are a number of different ways on how to take a screenshot in your laptop/PC which is currently running in Windows OS.

1. Snipping Tool
This is actually software which is already installed in most of all Windows OS versions. You can easily take a screenshot by running this kind of program.
To use this tool, click start or press the windows button and type the word "Snipping Tool" to search for the program. Press enter to run it. Click “New” to start the capturing screenshots. The screen will become dull. This is the sign that the tool is ready to “snip” your designated area of the screen. Simply click your mouse and drag it to crop the desired area that you want to capture. Release the mouse button and it will automatically generate a preview of the screenshot. If you want to save it, you can press CTRL + S or you can also click the save button on your screen.

Take note that the default snip type is a rectangular box. You are free to change the mode by clicking it in the screen next to the "New" button in the snipping tool. 

2. Print Screen Button
You can also easily capture the entire screen quickly by simply pressing the "Print Screen" button. In some keyboards, this button is labeled as "PrtScn", "PrtSc" or something similar. Take note that in some laptop keyboards, pressing the button will not do anything unless you also press the "Fn" button. 
Pressing the "Print Screen" button doesn't mean that the screenshot was already saved. It works like it was only copied in the clipboard, so you have to paste it (CTRL + V) into another software like Microsoft Office, Paint, or in any other image processing software. By doing this, you can now save the screenshot as an image file.

3. Windows key + Print Screen Button
The number 2 is pretty handy if you want to edit the screenshot, but what if you just want to capture your screen as it is? Luckily, there is also a quick and easy way to do it. All you have to do is press the " Windows"  key and the "Print Screen" button simultaneously.
After doing that, the screen will dim temporarily. This means that you successfully captured a screenshot. The image will be automatically saved to "Pictures> Screenshot" folder. If this method doesn't work, try pressing "Windows + FN + PrnScn" simultaneously.

4. Alt + Print Screen Button
Pressing "Alt" and "PrtScn" button simultaneously will enable you to take a screenshot of the specific window. This means that it will only capture the active window on your screen, not including the taskbar. Doing this method will only copy the screenshot into the clipboard so, in order to save or edit the image, you will have to paste it into another program just like in number 2 method.
5. Windows Button + Shift + S
If you want to capture a part of your screen, just press the "Windows" + "Shift" + "S". After doing this, your screen will dim temporarily and your mouse's cursor will suddenly change. This works like the snipping tool in rectangular mode.
You can make a selection of which part of your screen will be captured by clicking and dragging your mouse. Release the mouse and the screenshot will be copied into the clipboard. Therefore, you have you paste it into another program just like in method number 2.

NOTE: All of these methods works perfectly fine in Windows 10. You can also try these in the older versions of windows. Some of them will definitely work like magic.

Which method do you prefer to use? Let us know in the comments below!

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