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SYLLABUS IN ADVANCED BIOLOGY (BIOTECHNOLOGY)
THIRD YEAR LEVEL
Course Description
Biotechnology is a fast-rising field of endeavor both in the local and global settings and one of the greatest breakthroughs of the 20th century since its potentials is huge especially in augmenting poverty and hunger.
The main objective of this subject is to educate students and prepare them for their future roles as leaders, journalists, entrepreneurs, scientists, or even as private citizens with adequate knowledge in order for them to make informed decisions on biotechnology products, latest breakthroughs and developments and related issues on human health, and the environment, and ethical concerns. Furthermore, to encourage more Filipino youth to pursue career in this field and become staunch advocates of biotechnology in the country now and beyond.
Number of meetings per week: 3 Number of units: 1
FIRST QUARTER
TOPICS
A. Introduction to Biotechnology
1. Definition, Eras and Types of Biotechnology Laboratory Exercise 1: Biotechnology: Old and New
o Quiz no. 1
2. Current Trends in Biotechnology: Philippine Scene and Global Scene
 Article 1: Latest Innovation, Discovery, Breakthrough and Environmental Issues Related to Biotechnology
3. Noted Biotechnologist and Their Contributions Laboratory Exercise 2: People Behind Biotechnology
o Quiz no. 2
4. Overview of the Cell and DNA Structure Laboratory Exercise 3: Simple DNA Model
 Article 2: 2009 Nobel Prize Medicine: “Discovery of How chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomeres
5. Central Dogma of Molecular Biology
o Quiz no. 3
 Article 3 and 4: 2006 Nobel Prize Medicine: Discovery of RNA Interference and RNA Interference Technology: Gene Silencing
6. The Genetic Material and Genetic Code Laboratory Exercise 4: Protein Synthesis
o Quiz no. 4
7. The Prokaryotic, Virus and Eukaryotic Genomes
8. Genetic Engineering and Cell Transformation
o Quiz no. 5
o Summative test
PROJECT: 3D DNA Model ( to be done by group and due 3 days before the quarterly exam).
SECOND QUARTER
9. Recombinant DNA Technology
9.1 Restriction Enzymes Laboratory Exercise 5: Restriction Enzymes
o Quiz no. 1
9.2 Gel Electrophoresis and Blotting Techniques Laboratory Exercise 6: DNA Detectives: Solving Mystery Using DNA Fingerprinting
o Quiz no. 2
9.3 DNA Cloning and Cloning Vectors
9.4 DNA Libraries and Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
o Quiz no. 3
o Summative Test
B. Food Biotechnology, Agricultural Biotechnology and Animal Biotechnology
10. Fermentation, Bread Making, Brewing and Wine Making Laboratory Exercise 7: Wine Making
11. Plant Tissue Culture and Plant Cloning Method Laboratory Exercise 8: Hydroponics
o Quiz no. 4
12. Genetically Engineered (GE) Plants
12.1Corn and Rice 12. 4 Soybean
12.2Cotton 12. 5 Papaya
12.3Canola 12.6 Tomato
o Article 5: Cold and Drought Tolerance and Weathergard Genes
o Article 6: The Case of Starlink Corn
13. Genetically Engineered (GE) Traits: The Big Six
13.1Herbicide Resistance 13..4 Altered Oil Content
13.2Insect Resistance 13.5 Delayed Fruit Ripening
13.3Virus Resistance 13.6 Pollen Control
o Quiz no. 5
o Summative Test
 Article 7: Genetically Engineered Food and Public Concern
PROJECT: Improvise Gel Electroporesis ( to be done by group and due 3 days before the quarterly exam).
THIRD QUARTER
14. Gene Transfer Methods in Animals
o Quiz no. 1
15. Animal Cloning and Animal Propagation Methods
o Quiz no. 2
16. Transgenic Animals
16.1Mice 16.4 Sheep
16.2Cows 16.5 Goats
16.3Pig 16.6 Birds
o Article: Xenotransplantation
o Quiz no. 3
17. Animal Health and Regulation of Transgenic Animals
18. Transgenic Fish/Aquaculture Techniques
o Article: Transgenic Fish
o Quiz no. 4
o Summative Test
C. Microbial, Industrial, Environmental and Medical Biotechnology
19. Commercial Production of Microorganisms
20. Industrial Fermenters and Plants as Bioreactors
o Quiz no. 5
21. Products from Microorganisms
21.1Metabolites 21.4 Fuels
21.2Enzymes 21.5 Biopolymers
21.3Antibiotics
o Quiz no. 6
22. Algal Products and Medical Applications
23. Bioconversions, Biopesticides, Bioremediation, Biodegradation and Biosensors
24. Biomining and Oil Recovery Method
o Quiz no.7
25. Biodiversity and State of Philippine Biodiversity
26. Environmental Monitoring and Cryoperservation
o Quiz no. 8
27. Biopharmaceuticals/Biopharming/Vaccines
28. Gene Therapy/Biotherapy
29. Stem Cell Technology and Tissue Engineering and Xenotransplantation
o Quiz no. 9
o Summative Test
PROJECT: Frog Dissection ( to be done by pair and due 3 days before the quarterly exam).
FOURTH QUARTER
D. Genomics, DNA Profiling, Forensics, Bioterrorism and Legal, Ethical and Social Concerns in Biotechnology
30. The Human Genome and Human Genome Project
o Quiz no. 1
31. Bioinformatics
32. Methods of DNA Profiling and Their Applications
o Quiz no. 2
33. Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (RFLP)
34. DNA Fingerprinting
o Article: My Fingerprints: My Identity
o Quiz no. 3
35. Bioterrorism and Legal Battles
36. Biotechnology Regulations: Philippine Policies
o Quiz no. 4
37. Biosafety and Ethics of Human Cloning
38. Implications of Genetic Testing
39. Biotechnology: Promise and Controversies
o Quiz no. 5
o Summative Test
PROJECT: Module Making ( to be done by group and due 3 days before the quarterly exam).
References:
Biotechnology by Barnum © 2005
Biotechnology Handouts from DA-PIU/NIMBB UPD/CHED
Biotechnology Handouts from Lecture Fora/Symposia/Seminars/Conferences
Internet websites about biotechnology

 

Subject Title: Computer Science III
Subject Description: Turbo C
Prerequisite: None
Entry Requirements: Notebook and Quiz Notebook
Subject Outline
First Quarter
I. Introduction
A. Components of a computer
B. History of Turbo C
C. C-Starting point Quiz#1
II. Fundamental of C
A. Data types
B. Arithmetic in C Quiz#2
C. Assignment Statements & Operators Quiz#3
D. Language Elements
1. Directives
2. Variable declaration
3. The function body
E. Math Function Quiz#4 Summative Test#1
III. Input/Output Statement
A. Printf Function
1. Format String
2. Place Holder
3. Formatting Numbers
4. Gotoxy Practical Test#1
B. Scanf Function
1. Getche & Getch
2. Return Statement Practical Test#2 Quiz#5
IV. Conditional Statements
A. Relational Expression Summative Test#2
Project: Program in C using Printf and ScanF Function
Other Requirement: Compilation of quizzes with the signature of parents of guardians
1st Periodic Exam
Second Quarter
B. If Statements
1. One Alternative
2. Two Alternative
3. Multiple Alternative Quiz#1
C. Switch Statements Practical Test#1 Quiz#2
D. Looping Statements
1. While loop (pre-test loop) Quiz#3
2. Counter-Controlled loop (for loop) Quiz#4
3. Nested loop Practical Test#2 Quiz#5
4. Do-while loop (post-test loop) Practical Test#3 Summative Test#1
Project: Program in C using loop statements
Other Requirement: Compilation of quizzes with the signature of parents of guardians
2nd Periodic Exam
Third Quarter
E. Delay
V. Function
A. Void data type Quiz#1
B. Pass a Value Quiz#2
C. Return Type Quiz#3
D. Problem solving involving a functions Practical Test#1 Quiz#4 Summative Test#1
Project: Program in C using functions
Other Requirement: Compilation of quizzes with the signature of parents of guardians
3rd Periodic Exam
Fourth Quarter
VI. Array
A. Single dimensional Array Quiz#1
B. Problem solving involving single dimensional array Practical Test#1 Quiz#2
C. Multi-dimensional Array Quiz#3
D. Problem solving involving multi dimensional array Quiz#4
E. String Practical Test#1 Summative Test#1
Project: Program in C involving Array and String
Other Requirement: Compilation of quizzes with the signature of parents of guardians
4th Periodic Exam

 

SUBJECT TITLE: English 3
Subject Description: Communication Arts in English 3
Prerequisite: None
First Quarter
I.Grammar
A. Parts of Speech
1.Noun
2. Pronoun
Quiz no 1
3. Verb
4. Adjective
5. Adverb
Quiz no 2
6. Conjunction
7. Preposition
8. Interjection
B. Subject-Verb Agreement
Quiz no 4
C. Kinds of Clause
1. Adjective Clause
2. Adverb Clause
Quiz no 5
D. Present Perfect Tense
E. Past Perfect Tense
Quiz no 6
II. Literature
A. Introduction to Literature
1. Division of Literature
a. Prose
b. Poetry
Summative Test in Literature
III.Project
A. Reaction Paper
Catcher in the Rye by Jerome D. Salinger
B. Practice Lessons
C. Theme Writing
Suggested Stories/Poems
1. The Father by Bjornsteine Bjornson
2. The Blanket- Anonymous
3. Richard Cory by E. Robinson
4. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud by William Wordsworth
5. Tricks of the Trade: How to Detect Propaganda
Grading System
Quizzes 30%
Recitation/Participation 30%
Periodic Test 25%
Project 15 %
SECOND QUARTER
I. GRAMMAR
A. Participial Phrase
Quiz no 1
B. Gerundial Phrase
C. Infinitive Phrase
Quiz no 2
D. Parallelism
Quiz no 3
II. Lierature
A. Literary Focus
1. Figures of Speech
III. Project
A. Reaction Paper Jonathan Seagull
B. Practice Lessons
C. Theme Writing
Suggested Stories/Poems
1. The Road not Taken
2. The Lady or the Tiger
3. Shakespearian Sonnets
4. How Do I Love Thee by Elizabeth Browning
THIRD QUARTER
I. GRAMMAR
A. Passive Voice Quiz no 1
B. Reported Speech Quiz no 2
C. Present Conditional Quiz no3
D. Past Conditional Quiz no 4
II. Literature
A. Review of the Two Divisions of Literature
1.Prose and Poetry
III.Project
A. Reaction Paper
Choose one of William Shakespeare’s Plays
1. Hamlet
2. Merchant of Venice
3. Comedy of Errors
4. Julius Caesar
B. Practice Lessons
C. Theme Writing
Suggested Stories/Poems
1. On his Blindnes
2. The Last Leaf
3. The man with the Hoe
4. Self Reliance
5. Sonnet 18 by Willliam Shakespeare
FOURTH QUARTER
I. Grammar
A. Conjunctions
1. Coordinate Conjunctions
2. Subordinate Conjunctions Quiz no 1
3. Modals Quiz no2
4. Hope/Wish quiz no 3
II. Literature
A. Review of the Figures of Speech/Literary Device
III. Project
A. Reaction Paper-Silas Marner
B. Practice Lessons
C. Theme Writing
Suggested Stories/Poems/Essays
1. The Gift of the Magi
2. Friendship by Ralph Waldo Emerson
3. The Most Dangerous Game

 

Asignatura: Filipino III
Paglalarawan sa Asignatura: Panitikang Pilipino
Prerequisite: Wala
Balangkas ng Asignatura
Unang Markahan:
I. Tula: Teoryang Pormalismo
Sa Aking mga Kabata
A. Pagpapaliwanag sa Kaisipan
B. Katangian ng Akdang Pormalismo
II. Sanaysay: Paraan ng Paglalahad
A. Pagpapakahulugan sa Talinhaga
B. Bisa ng Akda Batay sa Nais Sabihin
III. Dula: Moses, Moses
A. Pagtukoy sa Bisang Pandamdamin
B. Mga Kumbensyong Pandula
IV. Nobela: Teoryang Markismo
Luha ng Buwaya
A. Konotasyon ng mga Salita
B. Bisang Hatid ng Akda sa Isip at Damdamnin
V. Maikling Kuwento: Teoryang Humanismo
A. Kapangyarihan ng Salita sa Tauhan ng Akda
B. Pagsasalaysay ng Sariling Karanasan kaugnay sa Akda
VI. Mailing Kuwento: Walang Panginoon
A. Konotayon at Denotasyon ng Salita / Pamagat
B. Pangangatwiran tungkol sa Mahalagang Isyu
VII. Pagsulat ng Liham –Paanyaya
A. Mga Katangiang Taglay ng Liham-Paanyaya
B. Pagsunod sa Pamantayan sa Pagsulat
Ikalawang Markahan
I. Tula: Ang Guryon
Teoryang Imahismo
A. Pahiwatig sa mga Piling Taludtod
B. Kaisipan sa Tula at Kaugnayan sa Indibidwal
II. Dula: Kahapon, Ngayon at Bukas
Teoryang Romantisismo
A. Panagisag ng mga Pangalan ng Tauhan
B. Paraan ng Pagpapakita ng Pagkamakabayan
III. Nobela: Dekada ’70
Teoryang Realismo
A. Opinyon sa Mahahalagang Isyu
B. Pagsusunud-sunod ng Pangyayari
IV. Maikling Kuwento: Sa Bagong Paraiso
Teoryang Romantisismo
A. Mga Idyoma
B. Mga Damdaming Ipinahahayag
V. Tula: Sa Tabi ng Dagat
Teoryang Romantisismo
A. Mga Uri ng Tayutay
B. Paghahambing ng Akda
VI. Sanaysay: Sa Lupa ng Sariling Bayan
Teoryang Eksistensyalismo
A. Kapangyarihan ng Salita
B. Pagpansin sa Magandang Damdaming Taglay ng Tao
VII. Sanaysay: Saan Patungo ang Langay-langayan
Teoryang Humanismo
A. Kapangyarihan ng Salita
B. Mga Uri ng Sanaysay
VIII. Pagsulat ng Bibliograpi
A. Pagsunod sa Pamantayan
B. Pagsulat ng sulatin nang may wastong pormat at kaayusan
Ikatlong Markahan
I. Tula: Teroyang Humanismo
Luha
A. Kahulugan ng Matatalinhagang Salita
B. Pagpapakita ng Saloobin ng Persona sa Tula
II. Tula: Teoryang Pormalismo
Mga Hudyat ng Bagong Kabihasnan
A. Paglalapat ng Sariling Interpretasyon
B. Pagtukoy ng Ktanggap-tanggap na Ideya mulas sa Akda
III. Maikling Kwento: Teoryang Pormalismo
Kalupi
A. Mga Piling Pahiiwatig ng Akda
B. Pagbibigay-reaksyon sa Bisang Pangkaasalan
IV. Dula: Sa Teoryang Eksistensyalismo
Sa Pula, Sa Puti
A. Bisa ng Pamimili ng Salita
B. BAhagi ng Akdang Nagtuturo/ Nakaaaliw
V. Maikling Kwento: Teoryang Naturalismo
Mababangis na Lungsod
A. Mga Uri ng Tayutay
B. Magagandang Bahagi ng Akda
VI. Nobela: Mga Teoryang Pampanitikan
Kabanata 1-45 Noli Me Tangere
A. Pagbibigay Reaksyon
B. Pagtukoy sa Etimolohiya ng Salita
C. Kabisaan ng Akda
D. Paglalarawan ng Tauhan
E. Kasiningan at Kagandahan ng Akda
F. Denotasyon at Konotasyon ng Salita, Tono o Damdamin ng Salita
VII. Pagsulat ng Buod – Sariling Pagbubuod ng Nobela
Ikaapat na Markahan
I. Tula: Teoryang Humanismo
Ang Pamana
A. Elementong Ponemiko ng Tula
B. Makabuluhang Bahagi ng Akda
II. Dula: Teoryang Sosyolohikal
Sinag sa Karimlan
A. Pormalidad ng mga Salita
B. Kaisipang Binigyang Diin sa Akda
III. Maikling Kwento: Teoryang Feminismo
Banyaga
A. Mga Elemento ng Akda
B. Pagiging Epektibo ng Tauhan
IV. Maikling Kwento: Teoryang Dekonstruksyon
Kinagisnang Balon
A. Reaksyon sa Ideyang Inilahad
B. Kahalagahan ng Akda sa Mambabasa
V. Maikling Kwento: Teoryang Realismo
Bangkang Papel
A. Konotasyon ng Pamagat
B. Bahaging Nagpapakita ng Katotohanan ng Buhay
VI. Pagsulat ng Rebyu ng Isang Programang Pantelebisyon
Markahang Pagsusulit: Mga Akda at mga Kasanayang Tinalakay

 

SUBJECT TITLE: Foreign Language
SUBJECT DESCRIPTION: Mandarin
PREREQUISITE: None
ENTRY REQUIREMENT: 1 regular sized notebook
SUBJECT OUTLINE
FIRST QUARTER
I. Introduction to Pinyin
A. Tonal vs. Non Tonal Language
B. What is Pinyin?
II. Chinese Phonetics
A. Initials
- 21 initials
QUIZ # 1
B. Finals
- 6 major vowels
- 35 finals
QUIZ # 2
C. Tones
- 4 Tones
- Marking the Tones
QUIZ # 3
- Rules on Tones
- Neutral Tones
QUIZ # 4
SUMMATIVE TEST 1
III. Greetings
QUIZ # 5
IV. Introducing Oneself
SUMMATIVE TEST 2
V. Paper Cutting
FIRST PERIODIC EXAM
PROJECTS: Paper Cutting/ Introducing Oneself
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Compilation of quizzes
SECOND QUARTER
I. Instructions on pinyin writing
QUIZ # 1
II. Numbers
- Terms involving numbers
- Chinese Characters
QUIZ # 2
III. Date
- Birthday
- Days of the week
SUMMATIVE TEST 1
IV. Zodiac Year
V. Nationality
QUIZ # 3
VI. Parts of the Body
VII. Colors
QUIZ # 4
VIII. Family Members
QUIZ # 5
SUMMATIVE TEST 2
SECOND PERIODIC EXAM
PROJECT: Flash Cards
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Compilation of quizzes
THIRD QUARTER
I. Changing Money in a bank
QUIZ # 1
II. Foods
- Vegetables
- Fruits
- Meat
QUIZ # 2
SUMMATIVE TEST 1
III. Restaurant
IV. Market Setting
QUIZ # 3
V. Riding a Taxi
QUIZ # 4
VI. Measure Words
QUIZ # 5
SUMMATIVE TEST 2
THIRD PERIODIC EXAM
PROJECT: Role Playing
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Compilation of quizzes
FOURTH QUARTER
I. Sports
QUIZ # 1
II. Directions
QUIZ # 2
III. School Supplies, etc
QUIZ # 3
SUMMATIVE TEST 1
IV. Emotions
QUIZ # 4
V. Parts of the House
QUIZ # 5
VI. Some Basic Chinese Characters
QUIZ # 6
SUMMATIVE TEST 2
FOURTH PERIODIC EXAM
PROJECT: Chinese Songs Presentation

 

 

Subject Title: Math III
Subject Description: Advanced Algebra
Prerequisites: Math I, Math II
Subject Outline
First Quarter
I. REAL NUMBERS – THE ALGEBRA OF NUMBERS
A. The algebra of counting numbers
B. Additive inverse and subtraction Quiz # 1
C. Multiplicative Inverses and Division Quiz # 2
o Long Test
II. COMPLEX NUMBERS
A. Introductory Topics
1. Expressing numbers in complex form
2. Evaluating in Quiz # 3
B. Operations on Complex Numbers
1. Addition and Subtraction of Complex numbers Quiz # 4
2. Multiplication and Division of Complex Numbers Quiz # 5
o Long Test (A & B)
C. Complex Numbers as ordered pairs
1. Expressing results of operations on complex numbers as ordered pairs Quiz # 6
2. Finding the values of (x,y) in the complex ordered pairs Quiz # 7
3. Solving for the values of x and y in complex numbers operations Quiz # 8
o Long Test (C-1,2,3)
III. Functions and Relations
A. Introductory Topics on Relations/Functions
1. Functions as
a) Set of ordered pairs
b) An equation
c) Graphs
2. Determining domain /range Quiz # 9
3. Evaluating functions Quiz # 10
o Long Test (A-1,2,3)
B. Even/Odd Functions Quiz # 11
C. Operations on Functions and determining d and f of each resulting functions
1. f+g
2. f – g
3. fg
4. f/g, g ≠0 Quiz # 12
o Long Test (B and C)
 First Quarter Exam
Second Quarter
D. Types of Functions
1. Linear functions
a) Changing to form y = mx + b Quiz # 1
b) Graphs of linear functions Quiz # 2
c) Problems involving linear functions Quiz # 3
o Long test(a,b,c)
2. Quadratic Functions
a) Introductory topics
(1) Quadratic functions in standard form y = a(x – h)2 + k Quiz # 4
(2) Graphs of quadratic functions of the form
(a) y = ax2
(b) y = ax2 + k
(c) y=a(x – h)2 Quiz # 5
(d) y= a(x – h)2 +k Quiz # 6
o Long Test (1 & 2)
(3) Special functions
(a) Absolute value Quiz # 7
(b) Square root
Quiz # 8
(c) Greatest integer Quiz # 9
(d) Piecewise functions Quiz # 10
(e) Signum
(f) Unit Quiz # 11
o Long Test (3, a-f)
 Second Periodic Test
Third Quarter
3. Rational and Polynomial function
a) Rational function and their graphs
(1) Rational functions and their graphs
(a) Introduction
(b) Domain and Range Quiz # 1
(c) Asymptotes
(i) Vertical Asymptotes Quiz # 2
(ii) Horizontal Asymptotes Quiz # 3
(iii) Slant/Oblique Asymptotes Quiz # 4
(d) Sketching the graph
(i) x and y intercepts
(ii) graph Quiz # 5
o Long Test # 1
b) Polynomial Functions
(1) Introduction
(2) Long Division Quiz # 6
(3) Remainder and Factor Theorem Quiz # 7
(4) Zeroes of polynomial functions
(a) The rational zero theorem
(b) Descartes’ Rule of Sign
(c) Lower and Upper bound for roots Quiz # 8
(5) Polynomial Equations
Quiz # 9
(6) Graph
(a) End Behavior
(b) Leading Coefficient
(c) Multiplicity and x-intercept Quiz # 10
o Long Test # 2
 Third Periodic Test
Fourth Quarter
4. Exponential and Logarithmic function
a) Exponential function
(1) Introduction
(2) Sketching the graph Quiz # 1
(3) Transformation of exponential function Quiz # 2
(4) Application Quiz # 3
b) Logarithmic Functions
(1) Introduction
(2) Changing from logarithmic to exponential form and vice-versa Quiz # 4
(3) Evaluating Logarithms
(4) Properties of Logarithms Quiz # 5
(5) Graphs
(6) Domain Quiz # 6
o Long Test # 1
(7) Common logarithms
(8) Natural logarithms Quiz # 7
(9) Properties of Logarithms
(a) Expanding Logarithms Quiz # 8
(b) Condensing Logarithms Quiz # 9
(10) Exponential and Logarithmic Equations Quiz # 10
(11) Applications
o Long test # 2
 Fourth Periodic Exam

 

PHYSICS I (Newtonian Physics)
Course Description:
Physics 1 is a one year introductory course in physics offered 5 times a week to third year high school students of Manila Science High School. The emphasis of the course is to provide students with adequate problem solving skills needed to prepare them for College Physics.
General Objectives:
At the end of the course, the students are expected to achieve the following objectives:
1. Understand the basic laws of nature upon which all physical phenomena depend.
2. Describe, explain and implement the sequence of steps in the analysis of a physical phenomenon or problem:
a. Describe the idealized model to be used in the analysis including simplifying assumptions where necessary.
b. State the principles or definitions that are applicable.
c. Apply appropriate qualitative and quantitative/ mathematical methods to achieve a solution.
3. Read, understand, and interpret the physical information in verbal, graphical, and mathematical form.
Textbook:
Faughn and Serway, College Physics, Seventh Edition Thompson Learning
First Quarter
Part 1: Mechanics
Introduction
1.1 Standards of length, mass and time
1.2 Dimensional analysis
1.3 Uncertainty in measurements and significant figures
1.4 Conversion of units
1.5 Coordinate system
1.6 Trigonometry
1.7 Problems involving geometrical figures
1.8 Problem solving strategy
Vectors
2.1 Scalars and Vectors
2.2 Vectors and their properties
2.3 Components of a vector
2.4 Unit Vectors
Motion in One Dimension
3.1 Displacement
3.2 Speed and Velocity
3.3 Acceleration
3.4 One Dimension Motion with Constant Acceleration
3.5 Freely Falling Objects
Two Dimensional Motion
4.1 Displacement, Velocity, and Acceleration in Two Dimension
4.2 Motion in two dimensions
Projectile Motion
4.3 Relative velocity
Suggested Projects: Power point presentation of Timeline of physics
HTML- physics web pages
Catapult
Second Quarter
The Laws of Motion(Dynamics)
5.1 Forces
5.2 Newton’s First Law
5.3 Newton’s Second Law
5.4 Newton’s Third Law
5.5 Application of Newton’s Laws
Circular Motion
Law of Universal Gravitation
5.6 Forces of Friction
Energy
6.1 Work
6.2 Kinetic Energy and the Work-Energy Theorem
6.3 Gravitational Potential Energy
6.4 Spring Potential Energy
6.5 Systems and Energy Conservation
6.6 Power
6.7 Work done by Varying Forces
Momentum and Collision
7.1 Momentum and Impulse
7.2 Conservation of Momentum
7.3 Collisions
7.4 Glancing Collisions
7.5 Rocket Propulsion
Suggested projects: Mouse Trap Racer
Egg Drop
Third Quarter
Rotational Equilibrium and Rotational Dynamics
8.1 Torque
8.2 Torque and the two conditions for Equilibrium
8.3 Center of Gravity
8.4 Examples of objects in Equilibrium
8.5 Rotational Kinetic Energy
8.6 Angular Momentum
Solids and Fluids
9.1 States of Matter
9.2 The Deformation of Solids
9.3 Density and Pressure
9.4 Variation of Pressure and Depth
9.5 Pressure Measurements
9.6 Buoyant Forces and Archimedes Principle
9.7 Fluids in Motion
9.8 Other Application of Fluid Dynamics
Suggested Projects: Newspaper Bridge/ Spaghetti Bridge
Surface tension motorboat
Water strider robot
Fourth Quarter
Thermodynamics
Thermal Physics
10.1 Temperature and the Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
10.2 Thermometers and Temperature Scales
10.3 Thermal Expansions of Solids and Liquids
10.4 The Kinetic Theory of Gases
The Laws of Thermodynamics
11.1 Work in Thermodynamic Process
11.2 The First Law of Thermodynamics
11.3 Heat Engines
11.4 Entropy
Suggested Projects: Digital Portfolio

 

COURSE SYLLABUS in RESEARCH III
Third Year Level
Course Description:
This subject is an extension of Research II course offered in the Second Year. This is the culmination and application of theoretical concepts and knowledge learned in research. This subject will guide the third year students on how to conduct a scientific research study according to the rules and standards of the scientific community. In addition, an intensive research paper writing experience (in synergy with the Technical Writing subject) will help the students to come up with a substantial research paper in preparation for the local and international competitions. And by building linkages and partnership with other research institutions and laboratories, students are expected to consult to the different experts in the fields to make their learning experience more meaningful.
Course Objectives:
The students are expected to accomplish the following goals within the given school year: Present a significant research proposal to the local SRC; Write a research paper; Perform the experimentation using an appropriate research design; Document the materials and methods; Visit a scientific, educational and research institutions for content enhancement; Consult experts in the fields for validations; Strengthen linkages and partnership with other institutions for both contract and non-contract researches; Foster positive values and attributes through research practice; Submit an accomplished research paper; Prepare for an oral defense of the research study; and Participate to the science fair in the local and international scenes.
No. of meeting per week: 2 days
No. of hours per meeting: 1 hr/ 40 minutes (Thursday and Friday only)
No. of weeks per school year: 40-41 weeks
TOPICS
First Quarter
A. Preliminaries to the Formulation of a Research Problem
1. Analysis of archived researches
2. Selection of research category: Life Science or Applied Science
3. Orientation on Forms to be accomplished in research and journal entries
4. Orientation on research institutions, scientific laboratories and libraries
5. Orientation on the protocol for field works, research-related trips and external communications
6. Orientation on the science fairs for both the local and international competitions
B. Screening of the research proposal
7. Research plan
7.1 Questions/problem being addressed
7.2 Hypothesis/Engineering goals
7.3 Detailed methodology
7.4 Bibliography
8. Gantt Chart/Research Time Table
9. Experimental Research Design
10. Oral Defense to the Local SRC
Second Quarter
C. Writing the Research Proposal
11. Introduction
11.1 Background of the Study
11.2 Statement of the problem/objectives
11.3 Hypothesis/engineering goals
11.4 Scope and limitations
11.5 Significance of the study
11.6 Review of related literature
12. Methodology
12.1 Materials and equipment
12.2 General procedure
12.3 Procedure flowchart
12.4 Research design
12.5 Risk assessment level and safety measures
12.6 Disposal methods
Third Quarter
D. Experimentation Proper
13. Field trips and works
14. Data collection
15. Documentation
Fourth Quarter
E. Writing the Results and analysis
16. Preparation of the tables/charts/graphs
17. Consultation with a statistician
18. Consultation with other experts
19. Completion of Forms
F. Writing the conclusion and recommendation
G. Writing the Abstract
H. Preparation of the display/exhibit
I. Final Oral Defense/Local SRC review
J. Local Science Fair
Note:
Third Year students are not expected to join the science fair within the school year, instead their research paper is intended for the research contests of the succeeding school year (4TH year).

 

 

Course Description: CHEMISTRY
Chemistry is a one year introductory course in chemistry, offered five times a week to third year high school students of Manila Science High School. It includestopics that are necessary for a solid foundation in general chemistry.
First Grading Period
Chapter 1: Introduction to Chemistry
1. Chemistry in Daily Life
2. Achievements of Scientists in Chemistry and Related Technology
3. Mathematical Concepts – Significant Figures in Scientific Calculations
Exercise: SIGNIFICANT FIGURES
4. Mathematical Concepts – Scientific Notation in Scientific Calculations
Exercise : SCIENTIFIC NOTATION
5. Mathematical Concepts – Conversions
Exercise: CONVERSION OF UNITS
Summative Test
Chapter 2: Classifying Matter
1. Identification of Chemical System
Exercise : CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES
2. Classification of Matter
Experiment : ELEMENT
Experiment : COMPOUND
3. Organic & Inorganic Compounds
Experiment : ORGANIC & INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
4. Techniques in Preparation, separation and Purification of Matter
Experiment: SEPARATING MIXTURES
Summative Test
Chapter 3: Inside the Atom
1. Contributions of Early Scientists in the Development of Atom
Experiment: NATURE OF MATTER
2. Dalton’s Atomic Theory
3. Cathode Rays Electron
4. Rutherford’s Experiment
5. Sub-Atomic particles
6. Isotopes
Experiment: ATOMIC SPECTRUM
7. Bohr and Atomic Spectra
8. Electrons in Energy Level
Summative Test
Project: ATOMIC MODELS/ATOMIC STRUCTURE MODULES
FIRST PERIODIC TEST
SECOND GRADING PERIOD
Chapter 4 : Order Among Elements in the Periodic Table
1. Chemical Symbols
Exercise: SYMBOLS
2. Arrangement of Elements in the Periodic Table
3. Group Number and Valence Electron
4. Trends in the Periodic table
Exercise: PERIODICITY
Exercise: PERIODIC TABLE
5. Chemical Behaviour of Elements
6. Properties and Uses of Elements
Summative Test
Chapter 5: Chemical Bond
1. Ionic, Covalent and Metallic Bonds
Exercise: CHEMICAL BONDING
2. Bonds and Electronegativity
3. Chemical Formula/Naming of Ionic and covalent compounds
4. Molecular and Empirical Formula
5. Geometry of Molecules
Experiment: MOLECULAR ATTRACTION
6. Types of Solids
7. Intermolecular Forces of Attraction
Summative Test
Project : MOLECULAR GEOMETRY
SECOND PERIODIC TEST
MID YEAR ACHIEVEMENT TEST
THIRD GRADING PERIOD
Chapter 6 : Changes in Matter
1. Physical Changes – Evidence of Physical change
2. Chemical Changes – Evidence of Chemical change
Experiment: EVIDENCE OF CHEMICAL CHANGE
Experiment: TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS
3. Law of Definite Composition
4. Law of multiple Proportion
5. Balancing Chemical reactions
Exercise: BALANCING OF CHEMICAL EQUATIONS
6. Information from a balanced Equation
Summative Test
Chapter 7: Changes, Energy and Time
1. Heat of reactions, Heat of Fusion
2. Energy of Activation
3. Controlling Rates of chemical; reactions
Experiment: FACTORS AFFECTING SOLUBILITY
4. How rates of Chemical Reactions Affect our daily Lives
5. Chemical equilibrium
Summative Test
Project: POWER POINT PRESENTATION IN THERMOCHEMISTRY
THIRD PERIODIC TEST
FOURTH GRADING PERIOD
Chapter 8. Solutions
1. components/types of Solution
2. How the dissolving process happens
3. saturated, unsaturated, &Supersaturated
4. Factors Affecting Solubility
Experiment: FACTORS AFFECTING SOLUBILITY
5. Colligative Properties of Solutions
Experiment Boiling Point Elevation & Freezing Point Depression
6. Acids & Bases
7. Water Pollution in Relation to Solution
8. Mole Concepts
9. Concentrations of solutions
Exercise: Concentrations
Summative Test
Chapter 9: Colloids
1. Nature of Colloids
Experiment COLLOIDS
2. Colloidal festival
3. Colloids in the Environment
Chapter 10 ; Gases
1. Properties of gases
Exercise; DIFFUSION OF GASES
2. Diffusion of gases & graham’s law
Exercise: GAS LAW
3. Boyle’s Law
4. Charles’ Law
5. Combined Gas Law
Exercise: Gas Laws
6. Avogadro’s Law
Exercise: MOLAR VOLUME
7. ideal gas Law
8. Dalton’s law of Partial pressure
9. Air Pollution
Summative Test
Project: SIM on any topics above
FOURTH PERIODIC TEST

 

SUBJECT TITLE : Araling Panlipunan III
SUBJECT DESCRIPTION : Ang Araling Panlipunan III ay may pamagat na KASAYSAYAN NG DAIGDIG .
Iniuugnay ng heograpiya sa mga pangyayari ng kasaysayan ng mga bansa sa
aspektong pulitikal , sosyal at ekonomiko ng bansa.
SUBJECT OUTLINE
FIRST QUARTER
I.Simula ng Pag-unlad
A. Heograpiya ng Daigdig
B. Mga Unang Tao
C. Mga unang kabihasnan
1. Kabihasnang Sumerian
2. Satellite states
3. Kabihasnang Egyptian
4. Kabihasnang Klasikal sa Mediterano
a. kabihasnang Griyego
b. Kabihasnang Helenistiko
5. Pagkatatag ng Imperyong Romano
D. Pagyabong ng Greco – Roman civilization
PROJECT : a. Modyul sa heograpiya ng isang bansa
b. Paggawa ng sariling Travel guide
OTHER REQUIREMENTS : notebook , worksheet , mapa , current events
SECOND QUARTER
I.Ang Daigdig sa panahon ng transisyon
A. Pagbagsak ng Imperyong Romano
B. Pagkabuo ng Imperyong Byzantine
C. Pagiging daan ng Kabihasnang Islamiko sa ugnayang kanluran at Silangan
D.Kabihasnang Aprikano at Amerikano
F. Europa sa Gitnang Panahon
1. Paglakas ng Simbahang Katoliko at kapapahan
2. Ang mga krusada at mga epekto nito
3.Pagkatatag ng Piyudalismo at manorialismo
4.Paglakas ng mga bayan at lungsod
G. Epekto ng Renaissance
H. Paglulunsad ng Repormasyon
PROJECT : Case Study : Political and economic organizations in Europe
THIRD QUARTER
I.Pagkatatag ng Nation-States at Imperyalismo
A. Pagkabuo ng National Monarchy
1.Spain
2.France
3.England
4.Russia
5.Central Europe
B.Paglawak ng kapangyarihan ng mga bansa sa Europa
1.Panahon ng Eksplorasyontory
2. Paglulunsad at epekto ng Rebolusyong industriyal
3. Panahon ng Komersyalismo
PROJECT : Comparative analysis : Domino effect or Jasmine revolution in the Middle East
FOURTH QUARTER
I.Panahon ng rebolusyon at tunggalian ng interes
A.Panahon ng Katwiran
B.Pagsiklab ng rebolusyong Amerikano
1. Epekto ng rebolusyon
2.Ekspansyon ng Estados Unidos
C. Pagsiklab ng Rebolusyong Pranses
D. Panahon ni Napoleon Bonaparte
E. Unipikasyon ng Germany at Italy
F. Rebolusyon sa Latin America
G.Mga Digmaang Pandaigdig
H.Ang Daigdig ngayon at sa hinaharap
PROJECT : BOOK REVIEW : Hot spots in recent history

 

SUBJECT TITLE: Business Management I
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This subject is intended for students who for the first time will study Business Entrepreneurship. The course provides students with a solid foundation on the principles/theories of entrepreneurship, a substantial background on establishing/managing one’s enterprise and exciting exposure to big companies/organizations that would totally equipped them with competencies needed in the business industry.
COURSE OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
1. Present the basic concepts of entrepreneurship, its meaning and importance
2. Show the practical application of the different entrepreneurship concepts
3. Present the theoretical foundation for entrepreneurship and relationship of entrepreneurship to economic development
4. Enumerate and explain entrepreneurial tasks and functions
5. Analyze Sample Cases regarding the subject matter
6. Solve Cases regarding the said topic
7. Prepare a Business Plan
8. Expose the students on the actual creation of a new business enterprise
9. Perform actual business transactions
10. Practice concepts or principles in accounting and marketing
11. Conceptualize business strategies that would be helpful in making the business simulation successful.
12. Interpret a business enterprise’s (Business Simulation) performance thru its financial statements.
13. Relate / share their experiences, insights which are related to the topic discussed.
14. Establish teamwork, cooperation and initiative in group activities and projects
COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
At the end of the course, the students should be able to accomplish the following requirements:
1. Assignment/Seatwork/Reaction Paper
2. Project / Case Analysis
3. Film Viewing
4. Business Simulation
5. Portfolio/ Journal: Famous Entrepreneur and Success Stories of Entrepreneur Rags to Riches
6. Business Magazine
7. Business Directory: List of Entrepreneurs and Business names
8. Bulletin Board
9. Business Plan/Market Strategy Plan
10. Business Plan Oral Defense
11. Seminars/Workshops
DepEd-Manila
MANILA SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL
Taft Ave. Cor. P. Faura St. Ermita, Manila
COURSE POLICY
1. Submission of individual assignment to be submitted 7:00 am
2. No special quiz/assignment will be given to any student who is absent without a valid reason. Students are required to submit an excuse letter coming from the parent/guardian indicating the reason for being absent during the testing day.
3. Students need to submit their project/s before the scheduled periodic test for each quarter.
COURSE ACTIVITIES:
1. Teaching Methodologies: Lecture, discussion-questioning, exercise, energizer/unfreezing exercises, case application, role playing, guided seatwork and workshop exercises.
2. Instructional Approaches: Responsive marketing case, VCD/DVD, use of computers for seatwork and workshop exercises.
COURSE REFERENCES: Maria Victoria M. Ac-ac. Principles of Marketing. Anvil Publishing: Pasig City 2009 Azarcon, et. al. Entrepreneurship: Principles and Practices (A Modular Approach). (Valencia Educational Supply: Baguio City, 2005) Josiah Go et al. Fundamentals of Marketing. Medina, Roberto G. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. (Rex Printing Company, Inc.: Quezon City, 2005) SERDEF. Introduction to Entrepreneurship. (SERDEF: Quezon City, 1989) Fajardo, Feliciano. Entrepreneurship. (National Bookstore: Mandaluyong City, 1994) Peter Drucker. Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Philip Kotler . Marketing Management. (Pearson Education Asia Pte. Lt.: Philippines, 2000)
GRADING SYSTEM: Periodic Test: 25% Summative Test: 15% Quizzes: 10% Project: 20% Assignment 10% Output/Seatwork/reporting: 20%
TOPIC
First Quarter
1. Entrepreneurship and the Economy
2. The Entrepreneur
3. Basic Skills of an Entrepreneur: Ideation, Creativity and Innovation
4. Routes to Entrepreneurship
5. Some Small and Medium Enterprise programs and Laws in the Philippines
6. Departments, Agencies and Bureaus involved in Assisting Small and Medium Enterprises Development
7. Legal Forms and Characteristics of Business Organizations
8. General Requirements in Putting up a business
Second Quarter
1. Environmental Scanning and Business Opportunity Identification
2. Customer Value and Satisfaction
3. Definition of Marketing
4. The Philippine Marketing Environment
5. Consumer and Business Market
6. Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning
Third Quarter
1. Product Strategy
2. New Product Development and Product
3. Pricing Strategy
4. Marketing Channels and Supply Chain Management
5. Integrated Marketing Communications( Advertising, Sales Promotion and Public relations)
6. Making Simple Financial Analysis
Fourth Quarter: Business Plan
1. Executive Summary
2. Business Objectives
3. Product Overview
4. Target Market
5. Competitors Analysis
6. Marketing Mix
7. Financial Analysis
8. Bibliography
BUSINESS PLANNING GUIDELINES
Objectives:
1. To expose the students on the actual creation of a new business enterprise
2. To perform actual business transactions
3. To practice concepts or principles learned in entrepreneurship
4. To conceptualize business strategies that would be helpful in making the endeavour successful.
5. To gain confidence and expertise in running a business.
6. To imbibe the values of honesty, initiative, patience and discipline in all business endeavours.
Procedures:
1. Students will be grouped together to prepare structural outline for future business and a compass that will navigate each and every aspect of a business. (Business Plan Making)
2. Students would be asked to invest a certain amount on a certain business endeavour.
3. Each group would be tasked to perform this business endeavour for the whole quarter
4. Each group would be asked to submit financial statements that would report the actual performance of their chosen enterprise for every term supported with official receipts.
5. The Net Income that would be gained by each group would be divided equally among themselves after the semester.
6. Each group will defend their Business Plan/Market Strategy Plan

 

 

Subject Title: Math III (Add-on)
Subject Description: Plane Trigonometry
Prerequisite: Math II, Math I
First Quarter
I. Introduction to Trigonometry
A. Cartesian Coordinate Plane
B. Distance Formula Quiz # 1
C. Triangles
1. Pythagorean Theorem Quiz # 2
D. Angles
1. Definition
2. Conversion of Angle Measure
a. Degree to Radian Quiz # 3
b. Radian to Degree Quiz # 4
3. Standard Position
4. Co-terminal and Reference angles Quiz # 5
E. Arc Length Quiz # 6
F. Area of a sector Quiz # 7
o Long Test # 1
II. Circular Functions
A. Definition
B. Unit Circle Quiz # 8 Quiz # 9
C. Special Angles Quiz # 10
D. Any other angles Quiz # 11
o Long test # 2
 First Quarter Exam
Second Quarter
III. Graphic Representations of Trigonometric Functions
A. Periodic Functions
B. Graphs of Sine and Cosine functions Quiz # 1
C. Graphs of Tangent and Cotangent functions Quiz # 2
D. Graphs of Secant and Cosecant functions Quiz # 3
E. Horizontal and Vertical Translations Quiz # 4
IV. Inverse Trigonometric Function Quiz # 5
o Long Test # 1
V. Solutions of Right Triangle Quiz # 6
VI. Applications (Angle of Depression and Angle of Elevation) Quiz # 7
VII. Solutions of Oblique Triangle
A. Law of Sines Quiz # 8
B. Ambiguous Cases of Law of Sines Quiz # 9
C. Law of Cosines Quiz # 10
VIII. Applications (Bearing) Quiz # 11
o Long Test # 2
 Second Periodic Test
Third Quarter
IX. Trigonometric Identities
A. Fundamental Identities
1. Proving Identities Quiz # 1
B. Co-function Identities
1. Application
2. Proving Quiz # 2
C. Sum and Difference identities
1. Application Quiz #3
2. Proving Quiz # 4
D. Double Angle Identities
1. Application Quiz # 5
2. Proving Quiz # 6
o Long Test # 1
E. Half-Angle Identities
1. Application Quiz # 7
2. Proving Quiz # 8
X. Trigonometric Equations
A. Solving by Linear Methods Quiz # 9
B. Solving by Factoring Quiz # 10
C. Solving by Quadratic Methods Quiz # 11
o Long test # 2
 Third Periodic Exam
Fourth Quarter
XI. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
A. Review of the basic ideas in Exponents Quiz # 1
B. Exponential Equations Quiz # 2
C. Logarithms
1. Functions Quiz # 3
2. Properties Quiz # 4
3. Common Logarithms Quiz # 5
4. Natural Logarithms Quiz # 6
5. Antilogarithms Quiz # 7
o Long Test # 1
XII. Polar Coordinates
A. Complex Numbers
Quiz # 8
B. Polar Form of Complex Numbers Quiz # 10 and Quiz # 11
o Long Test # 2
 Fourth Periodic Exam
Assessments:
Projects: (Options)
 3 Problem Sets (compiled each quarter) [Portfolio Assessment]
 Activity projects (by group/individual)
*Projects are graded in Rubric form
Other Requirements:
Spiral notebook, regular size
Scientific Calculator
Second Quarter: (Graphing Paper)