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Course Outline in Advanced Chemistry
S.Y. 2011 – 2012
Course Description
Advanced Chemistry ( General College Chemistry ) is offered to all Fourth year students taken four times a week. It covers introductory college chemistry. Its primary purpose is to make the students gain greater knowledge of chemistry and to provide the necessary background for laboratory experiments usually performed in General Chemistry.
First Grading
UNIT I : CHEMICAL FUNDAMENTALS
Lesson 1. Chemical Reactions and Elementary Stoichiometry
Lesson 2. Solution Stoichiometry and Chemical Analysis
Lesson 3. Additional Concepts on Gases
Lesson 4. Thermochemistry
( Project : Chemical Analysis of Approved Research Topic )
FIRST PERIODIC TEST
Second Grading
UNIT II : EXPLAINING PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF
SUBSTANCES : ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
Lesson 5. Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure
Lesson 6. Electron Configuration and Chemical Periodicity
Lesson 7. Models of Chemical Bonding
Lesson 8. Molecular Shape and Theories of Covalent Bonding
Lesson 9. Intermolecular Forces : Solids and Liquids
UNIT III : DYNAMIC ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES
Lesson 10. Mixtures : Solutions and Colloids
( Project : My Pet Molecule)
SECOND PERIODIC TEST
Third Grading
Lesson 11. Kinetics : Rates and Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions
Lesson 12. Chemical Equilibrium
Lesson 13. Acid – Base Equilibria
(Project : Choose Slow Reaction With Industrial Application(s) and Apply Reaction Mechanism to
Make It fast.)
THIRD PERIODIC TEST
Fourth Grading
UNIT IV : ORGANIC CHEMISTRY : A BRIEF SURVEY OF CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS
Lesson 14. Structure and Nomenclature of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Lesson 15. Aromatic Hydrocarbon
Lesson 16. Organic Halogens Compounds
Lesson 17. Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers
Lesson 18. Aldehydes and Ketones
Lesson 19. Carboxylic Acid
Lesson 20. Amine
( Project : Organic Synthesis)
FOURTH PERIODIC TEST
Reference : Brown and Lemay Chemistry : The Central Science 9th ed.

 

SUBJECT TITLE: CAMPUS JOURNALISM
FIRST QUARTER
1. History of Philippine Journalism
2. High School Publication-A Brief history
3. Journalism in General
a. Scope of Journalism
b. Functions of the Campus Paper
c. Comparison Between National and Campus Papers
d. Sections/ Parts of a Newspaper
e. Letterpress Printing
4. The Newspaper and Newsroom Operations
a. Organizing the Staff
b. Policies
5. The Press: Its Responsibilities and Excesses
6. Press Freedom and Its Limitations (The Newspaper Law
a. Constitutional Provisions
b. Libel and Requisites of Libel
c. Kinds of Libel
Chapter II- News and News Writing
1. Elements that Make News
2. News Writing: Theories and Techniques
3. News Structure
4. Writing the News story
5. News Coverage
Chapter III
1. Newspaper Style Guide
a. Basic Instructions to reporters
b. Use of Titles
c. Punctuations
d. Abbreviation
e. Syllabication
f. Capitalization
g. Figures
2. Headline Writing
a. Structure of Headlines
- Do’s and Don’ts in Writing Traditional Headlines
- Punctuating Headlines
- Unit counting in Headlines
Project: News Broadcast with Infomercial

 

Subject Title: Communication Arts in English IV
Subject Description: Communication Arts and World Literature
Second Quarter
I. Literature
A. The Bet (Chekov)
B. Honorable Dishonor
C. A Municipal Report
II. Grammar
A. Verbals
B. Tenses
C. Transitional Devices
III. Writing
A. Paraphrasing
B. Editorial
IV. Projects
A. Formal Theme Writing
B. Home Reading : Les Miserables
Third Quarter
I. Literature
A. The Visitation of the Gods
B. God Sees the truth but Waits
C. The Cask of Amontillado
II. Grammar
A. Conditional Sentences
B. Modals
C. Noun Clauses
III. Writing
A. Description
B. Persuasion
IV. Projects
A. Formal Theme Writing
B. Home Reading : The Testament by John Grisham
Fourth Quarter
I. Literature
A. The Masque of the Red Death
B. Dahong Palay
C. The Most Dangerous Game
II. Grammar
A. Prepositions/ Phrasal Verbs
B. Voice of the verb
C. Direct to indirect speeches
III. Writing
A. Explaining a Process
B. Argumentative
IV. Projects
A. Formal Theme Writing
B. Home Reading : The Little Prince

 

 

Subject Title: Filipino IV
Subject Description: Panitikang Asyano
Prerequisite: Wala
SUBJECT OUTLINE
UNANG MARKAHAN
I. Akdang Rehiyunal
A. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Tulang Pampango
Teoryang Formalismo
a.1 Pangkatang Gawain
a.2 Pagsasanay
a.3 Pagsubok
B. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Rehiyunal
Teoryang Naturalismo (Dula)
b.1 Pangkatang Gawain
b.2 Pagsasanay
b.3 Pagsubok
C. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Tagalog
Teoryang Naturalismo (Maikling Kwento)
c.1 Pangkatang Gawain
c. 2 Pagsasanay
c. 3 Pagsubok
D. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Rehiyunal
Teoryang Eksistensyalismo (Maikling Kwento)
d.1 Pangkatang Gawain
d.2 Pagsasanay
d. 3 Pagsubok
E. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Rehiyunal
Teoryang Naturalismo (Sanaysay)
e.1 Pangkatang Gawain
e. 2 Pagsasanay
e. 3 Pagsubok
F. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Rehiyunal
Teoryang Realismo (Dula)
f.1 Pangkatang Gawain
f.2 Pagsasanay
f.3 Pagsubok
G. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Rehiyunal
Teoryang Humanismo (Maikling Kwento)
g.1 Pangkatang Gawain
g.2 Pagsasanay
g.3 Pagsubok
H. Pagsulat ng Liham-Pangangalakal
(Liham Pag-aaply)
Pagsulat ng Sulating Pormal Blg.1
Lagumang Pagsusulit
II. El Filibusterismo
A. Sa kubyerta
a.1 Pangkatang Gawain
a.2 Pagsasanay
a.3 Pagsubok
B. Sa Ilalim ng Kubyerta
b.1 Pangkatang Gawain
b.2 Pagsasanay
b.3 Pagsubok
C. Mga alamat
c.1 Pangkatang Gawain
c.2 Pagsasanay
c.3 Pagsubok
D. Kabesang Tales
d.1 Pangkatang Gawain
d.2 Pagsasanay
d.3 Pagsubok
E. Ang Noche Buena ng Isang Kutsero
e.1 Pangkatang Gawain
e.2 Pagsasanay
e.3 Pagsubok
F. Si Basilio
f.1 Pangkatang Gawain
f.2 Pagsasanay
f.3 Pagsubok
G. Si Simoun
g.1 Pangkatang Gawain
g.2 Pagsasanay
g.3 Pagsubok
H. Maligayang Pasko
h.1 Pangkatang Gawain
h.2 Pagsasanay
h.3 Pagsubok
I. Si Pilato
i.1 Pangkatang Gawain
i.2 Pagsasanay
i.3 Pagsubok
J. Kayamanan at Karalitaan
j.1 Pangkatang Gawain
j.2 Pagsasanay
j.3 Pagsubok
Lagumang Pagsusulit
Unang Markahang Pagsusulit
Project: Portfolio (Isang Linggo bago ang unang markahang pagsusulit)
Other Requirements: Kalipunan ng iba’t ibang Teoryang Pampanitikan
Materials needed: Quizz notebook, notebook, Kayumanggi (Journal)
Long plastic/ brown envelop, manila paper, pentel pen.
IKALAWANG MARKAHAN
I. Akdang Asyano
A. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano (Indones)
Teoryang Dekonstruksyon (Sanaysay)
a.1 Pangkatang Gawain
a.2 Pagsasanay
a.3 Pagsubok
B. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano (Hapon)
Teoryang Feminismo (Maikling Kwento)
b.1 Pangkatang Gawain
b.2 Pagsasanay
b.3 Pagsubok
C. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang (Thai)
Teoryang Eksistensyalismo (Maikling Kwento)
c.1 Pangkatang Gawain
c.2 Pagsasanay
c.3 Pagsubok
D. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Romantisismo (Dula)
d.1 Pangkatang Gawain
d.2 Pagsasanay
d.3 Pagsubok
E. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Realismo (Maikling Kwento)
e.1 Pangkatang Gawain
e.2 Pagsasanay
e.3 Pagsubok
F. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Malay
Teoryang Formalismo (Maikling Kwento)
f.1 Pangkatang Gawain
f.2 Pagsasanay
f.3 Pagsubok
G. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Nobelang Cambodian
Teoryang Eksistensyalismo (Nobela)
g.1 Pangkatang Gawain
g.2 Pagsasanay
g.3 Pagsubok
H. Pagsulat ng Isang Suring Pelikula
Pagsulat ng Sulating Pormal Blg. 2
Lagumang Pagsusulit
II. El Filibusterismo
A. Los Baños
a.1 Pangkatang Gawain
a.2 Pagsasanay
a.3 Pagsubok
B. Placido Penitente
b.1 Pangkatang Gawain
b.2 Pagsasanay
b.3 Pagsubok
C. Ang Klase sa Pisika
c.1 Pangkatang Gawain
c.2 Pagsasanay
c.3 Pagsubok
D. Sa Bahay ng mga Estudyante
d.1 Pangkatang Gawain
d.2 Pagsasanay
d.3 Pagsubok
E. Si Ginoong Pasta
e.1 Pangkatang Gawain
e.2 Pagsasanay
e.3 Pagsubok
F. Ang Mga Kapighatian ng Isang Intsik
f.1 Pangkatang Gawain
f.2 Pagsasanay
f.3 Pagsubok
G. Ang Perya sa Quiapo
g.1 Pangkatang Gawain
g.2 Pagsasanay
g.3 Pagsubok
H. Mga Kadayaan
h.1 Pangkatang Gawain
h.2 Pagsasanay
h.3 Pagsubok
I. Ang Mitsa
i.1 Pangkatang Gawain
i.2 Pagsasanay
i.3 Pagsubok
J. Ang Nagpapalagay
j.1 Pangkatang Gawain
j.2 Pagsasanay
j.3 Pagsubok
Lagumang Pagsusulit
Ikalawang Markahang Pagsusulit
Project: Portfolio (Isang Linggo bago ang Ikalawang markahang pagsusulit)
Other Requirements: Pagsulat ng isang maikling Kwento
Materials needed: Quizz notebook, notebook, Kayumanggi (Journal)
Long plastic/ brown envelop, manila paper, pentel pen.
IKATLONG MARKAHANG PAGSUSULIT
I. Akdang Asyano
A. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Realismo (Nobelang Thailand)
a.1 Pangkatang Gawain
a.2 Pagsasanay
a.3 Pagsubok
B. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Dekonstruksyon (Dulang Hapon)
b.1 Pangkatang Gawain
b.2 Pagsasanay
b.3 Pagsubok
C. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Naturalismo (Nobelang Indones)
c.1 Pangkatang Gawain
c.2 Pagsasanay
c.3 Pagsubok
D. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Klasisismo (Epikong Hindu)
d.1 Pangkatang Gawain
d.2 Pagsasanay
d.3 Pagsubok
E. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Romantisismo (Nobelang Malay)
e.1 Pangkatang Gawain
e.2 Pagsasanay
e.3 Pagsubok
F. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Romantisismo (Maikling Kwentong Singapore)
f.1 Pangkatang Gawain
f.2 Pagsasanay
f.3 Pagsubok
G. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Eksisistensyalismo (Maikling Kwentong Singapore)
g.1 Pangkatang Gawain
g.2 Pagsasanay
g.3 Pagsubok
H. Pagsasaling-wika
Pagsulat ng Sulating Pormal Blg. 3
Lagumang Pagsusulit
II. El Filibusterismo
A. Iba’t ibang Anyo ng Maynila
a.1 Pangkatang Gawain
a.2 Pagsasanay
a.3 Pagsubok
B. Ang Palabas
b.1 Pangkatang Gawain
b.2 Pagsasanay
b.3 Pagsubok
C. Isang Bangkay
c.1 Pangkatang Gawain
c.2 Pagsasanay
c.3 Pagsubok
D. Ang mga Pangarap
d.1 Pangkatang Gawain
d.2 Pagsasanay
d.3 Pagsubok
E. Tawanan at Iyakan
e.1 Pangkatang Gawain
e.2 Pagsasanay
e.3 Pagsubok
F. Ang mga Paskil
f.1 Pangkatang Gawain
f.2 Pagsasanay
f.3 Pagsubok
G. Ang Prayle at ang Pilipino
g.1 Pangkatang Gawain
g.2 Pagsasanay
g.3 Pagsubok
H. Ang Katatakutan
h.1 Pangkatang Gawain
h.2 Pagsasanay
h.3 Pagsubok
I. Mga Huling Salita Tungkol Kay Kapitan Tiyago
i.1 Pangkatang Gawain
i.2 Pagsasanay
i.3 Pagsubok
J. Si Huli
J.1 Pangkatang Gawain
J.2 Pagsasanay
J.3 Pagsubok
Lagumang Pagsusulit
Ikatlong Markahang Pagsusulit
Project: Portfolio (Isang Linggo bago ang Ikatlong markahang pagsusulit)
Other Requirements: Pagsasalin ng isang akdang pampanitikan
Materials needed: Quizz notebook, notebook, Kayumanggi (Journal)
Long plastic/ brown envelop, manila paper, pentel pen.
IKAAPAT NA MARKAHAN
I. Akdang Tagalog
A. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Tagalog
Teoryang Markismo (Nobelang Tagalog)
a.1 Pangkatang Gawain
a.2 Pagsasanay
a.3 Pagsubok
B. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Tagalog
Teoryang Eksistensyalismo (Nobelang Tagalog)
b.1 Pangkatang Gawain
b.2 Pagsasanay
b.3 Pagsubok
C. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Naturalismo (Nobelang Tagalog)
c.1 Pangkatang Gawain
c.2 Pagsasanay
c.3 Pagsubok
D. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Tagalog
Teoryang Romantisismo (Nobelang Tagalog)
d.1 Pangkatang Gawain
d.2 Pagsasanay
d.3 Pagsubok
E. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Humanismo (Nobelang Tagalog)
e.1 Pangkatang Gawain
e.2 Pagsasanay
e.3 Pagsubok
F. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Sosyolohikal (Nobelang Tagalog)
f.1 Pangkatang Gawain
f.2 Pagsasanay
f.3 Pagsubok
G. Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Akdang Asyano
Teoryang Sosyolohikal (Nobelang Tagalog)
g.1 Pangkatang Gawain
g.2 Pagsasanay
g.3 Pagsubok
H. Pagsulat ng mga natipong Tala
Pagsulat ng Sulating Pormal Blg. 4
Lagumang Pagsusulit
II. El Filibusterismo
A. Ang Kapitan Heneral
a.1 Pangkatang Gawain
a.2 Pagsasanay
a.3 Pagsubok
B. Ang mga Bungan g mga Paskil
b.1 Pangkatang Gawain
b.2 Pagsasanay
b.3 Pagsubok
C. Ang Huling Matwid
c.1 Pangkatang Gawain
c.2 Pagsasanay
c.3 Pagsubok
D. Ang Kasal nina Paulita at Juanito
d.1 Pangkatang Gawain
d.2 Pagsasanay
d.3 Pagsubok
E. Ang Piyesta
e.1 Pangkatang Gawain
e.2 Pagsasanay
e.3 Pagsubok
F. Ang mga Kagipitan ni Ben Zayb
f.1 Pangkatang Gawain
f.2 Pagsasanay
f.3 Pagsubok
G. Ang Hiwaga
g.1 Pangkatang Gawain
g.2 Pagsasanay
g.3 Pagsubok
H. Ang Kasawian
h.1 Pangkatang Gawain
h.2 Pagsasanay
h.3 Pagsubok
I. Ang wakas
i.1 Pangkatang Gawain
i.2 Pagsasanay
i.3 Pagsubok
Lagumang Pagsusulit
Ikaapat na Markahang Pagsususlit
Project: Portfolio (Isang Linggo bago ang Ikaapat na markahang pagsusulit)
Other Requirements: Pananaliksik
Materials needed: Quizz notebook, notebook, Kayumanggi (Journal)
Long plastic/ brown envelop, manila paper, pentel pen.

 

Subject Title: FINITE MATH
Subject Description: Finite Mathematics is a designed Math Elective subject for Manila
Science HS students in the Fourth Year Level. The course contains selected topics in sets and counting, introduction to combinatorics, probability and number theory.
Prerequisite: Advanced Algebra & Statistics
Type of Instruction: Lecture, discussion, problem solving, and group work
SCHOOL YEAR 2011 – 2012
Course Outline TIME ALLOTED (hours)
FIRST QUARTER
I SETS
A. Sets and Basic Notation 1
B. Subsets and Counting 2
Quiz #1
C. Operations on Sets 2
D. Venn Diagram
Quiz #2
E. De Morgan’s Law 1
First Summative Test 1
II Introduction to Combinatorics
A. Fundamental Principle of Counting 2
1. The Multiplication Principle
2. Factorial Notation
Quiz #3
B. Permutation 5
1. Permutation with non-repeated element
2. Permutation with -repeated elements
3. Circular Permutation
4. The Principle of Complementation
Quiz #4
C. Combination 2
1. Definition and Application
Quiz #5
2. Binomial Theorem 3
a. Binomial Expansion
b. Finding the rth term in a binomial expansion
Quiz #6
Second Summative Test 1
SECOND QUARTER
III. Probability
A. Definition of Probability 2
1. Definition of Terms
a. experiment
b. outcome
c. sample space
d. event
B. Probability of a Simple Event 1
Quiz #1
C. Compound Probability 2
Quiz #2
D. The Odds of an Event 2
First Summative Test 1
E. Probability of Mutually Exclusive Events 2
Quiz #3
F. Probability of Dependent and Independent Events 3
Quiz #4
G. Conditional Probability 2
H. Baye’s Theorem 1
Quiz #5
Second Summative Test 1
THIRD QUARTER
IV. Number Theory
A. Methods of Proofs
1. Direct Proof 0.5
2. Indirect Proof 0.5
3. Proving by Mathematical Induction 2
Quiz #1
B. Divisibility Properties of Integers 3
1. Prime and Composite Numbers
2. The Greatest Common Divisor
Quiz #2
3. The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic 2
First Summative Test 1
4. Sum of Divisors 1
5. Number of Divisors 1
Quiz #3
6. Perfect Numbers 1
7. Amicable Numbers 1
8. Mersenne Numbers 1
9. The Euler Function 2
10. Solution of the Equation ф(x ) =m 2
Quiz #4
11. Linear Diophantine Equation 3
Quiz #5
Second Summative Test 1
FOURTH QUARTER
C. Theory of Congruences
1. Definition and Elementary Properties 2
2. Congruence Theorems and Application 2
Quiz #1
3. Reduced Residue Systems Modulo m 2
Quiz #2
First Summative Test 1
4. Linear Congruences 2
Quiz #3
5. Wilson’s Theorem 2
6. The Chinese Remainder Theorem 2
Quiz #4
Second Summative Test

 

Subject Title: French Fourth Year
Subject Description: Debutant 2
Prerequisite: None
FIRST QUARTER SUBJECT OUTLINE
I. Les vacances
Les loisirs
A. Parler de ses vacances
Quiz No. 1
B. Les lieux de vacances: la montagne, la mer, la campagne, l’etranger
Les moyens de transport: train, avion, voiture, véloes,
Quelques loisirs et activités sportives
Quiz No. 2
C. Les verbe partir, aller et faire
Les prepositions de lieu à et chez
Les pronoms interrogatifs où et comment
Les articles contractés: du/de la/de l’
Quiz No. 3
D. Interculturel: les loisirs des ados français, les vacances, les classes de découverte
La famille
Les conjugaisons
Les adjectives possessives
Quiz No. 4
Unit Test I
1st Periodic
Project: Decouvrir des sites touristiques français,
Les regions de France
Other Requirements: Ecrire une carte postale

 

Subject Title: HOME ECONOMICS IV
Subject Description: FOODSERVICE MANAGEMENT 2
Pre-requisite: FOODSERVICE MANAGEMENT 1
SUBJECT OUTLINE
FIRST QUARTER
UNIT I: Introduction and Background of Food Service
1.1 Development of Food Service
1.1.1 Factors Responsible to the Development of Food Service
1.2 New Trends in Food Service
1.3 Classifications of Food Service Establishments
1.4 Administrative Aspects of Management
1.5 Tools of Management
1.6 Selection of Employees/Job Opportunities in Food Service
1.7 Qualities of Food Service Personnel
1.8 Personnel Policies
1.9 Functions and Policies of School Cafeteria Unit Test
UNIT II: Safety, Sanitation, and Beautification
2.1 Common Accidents in the Performance of Duties and Responsibilities in Food Service
2.2 Importance of Safety Precautions
2.3 Vectors of Diseases
2.4 Classifications and Prevention of Food-Borne Diseases
2.5 Importance of Cleanliness and Orderliness in a Cafeteria
2.6 Table Etiquette and Good Eating Habits Unit test
UNIT III: Kitchen Layout, Tools and Equipments
3.1 Basic Principles of Design and Layout
3.2 Importance of Proper Drainage, Water and Fuel Resources and Noise Control in the Kitchen
3.3 Importance of Decorations and Accessories in the Kitchen
3.4 Tools and Equipment in the Kitchen: Proper Selection, Uses and Care
3.5 Planning a Kitchen Layout Unit Test
UNIT IV: Bartending
4.1 Importance of Bartending in Food Service
4.1.1 Basic Considerations in Setting Up a Bar
4.2 Proper Selection, Uses and Care of Bar Tools & Equipment
4.3 Type of Glasses
4.4 Types of Wines and Liquors: Proper Selection and Uses
4.5 Basic Rules in Mixing
4.6 Importance of Garnishes
4.7 Preparation of Cocktail Drinks
4.7.1 Mixing
4.7.2 Stirring
4.7.3 Shaking
4.7.4 Layering
4.7.5 Building
4.7.6 Other Mixing Techniques
a. Foaming
b. Flaming
4.8 Serving Wine, Beer, and Liquor
4.9 Preparation of Non-Alcoholic Drinks
4.9.1 Coffee Making
4.9.2 Fruit and Vegetables Juices
4.9.3 Experimental Juices (Spices, Herbs, Medicinal plants)
Unit Test First Periodic Test
SECOND GRADING
UNIT V. Dining Room Preparation
5.1 Kinds, Uses and Care of the Different Table Appointments
5.2 Practicum in the Different Types of Dinnerwares
5.3 Kinds, Uses and Care of the Different Table Linens
5.4 Practicum in Arranging Table Runners
5.5 Kinds, Uses and Sizes of Table Napkins and Major Napkin Folds
5.6 Styles of Table Service
5.7 Principles and Guidelines and Demonstration in Table Setting
5.8 Practicum in the Different Styles of Table Service
5.9 Making in Miniature Styles of Table Service
5.10 Plan, Prepare, and Serve Meals in Different Styles of Table Service For Different Occasions/Functions
5.11 Waiting at the Table 5.12 Apply Skills in Actual Dining Room Preparation Services Unit Test
UNIT VI: Table Decorations
6.1 Rules in the Use of Table Decorations and Centerpiece
6.2 Types and Guidelines in Flower Arrangement
6.2.1 Materials, Tools Needed & Demonstration in Flower Arrangement
6.2.2 Practicum in Flower Arrangement
6.3 Fruit and Vegetable Arrangement/Carving Centerpiece
6.3.1 Practicum in Fruit and Vegetable Arrangement Unit Test
UNIT VII. Table Skirting
7.1 Types of Table Covering
7.2 Basic Folds of Table Skirting/Demonstration and Practicum of the Different Folds
7.3 Table Skirting designs for Various Functions and Occasions Second Periodic Test
THIRD GRADING
UNIT VIII: Menu Planning
8.1 Factors to Consider in Menu Planning
8.1.1 Characteristics of a Good Menu Planner
8.2 Mechanics of Menu Planning
8.3 Types of Menu
8.3.1 Menu Board, Card and Advertisements
8.4 Steps in Menu Planning
8.4.1 Preparation of One Week Cycle Menu for Breakfast
8.4.2 Preparation of One Week Cycle Menu for Lunch
8.4.3 Preparation of One Week Cycle Menu for Supper
8.5 Factors to Consider When Preparing Meals for Special Occasion
8.5.1 Preparation of a Menu card for Special Occasion
8.5.2 Menu Pricing Unit Test
UNIT IX: Techniques and Procedures in Quantity and Food Preparation
9.1 Basic Food Cookery Principles and Procedures in Quantity Food Preparation
9.2 Quantity Control in Food Preparation
9.3 Guidelines in Quantifying Recipes
9.4 Menu Planning for Asian and International Dishes
9.4.1 Meat and Poultry (Beef, Pork ,Poultry)
9.4.2 Fish/Seafoods
9.4.3 Vegetables (Fruit and Leafy)
9.4.4 Fruits
9.4.5 Eggs
9.4.6 Sauces
9.4.7 Soups
9.4.8 Salads Unit Test
Third Periodic Test
FOURTH GRADING
UNIT X: Purchasing, Receiving, Storing and Issuing Food Supplies; Elements of Sound Purchasing
10.1 Qualifications of a Good Buyer
10.2 Food Specification
10.3 Storage Facilities
10.4 Proper Loading and Loading Arrangements
10.5 Proper Steps to Effective Buying
10.6 Proper Procedure in Buying Food Supplies
10.7 Proper Selection of Food Supplies
10.8 Importance of Purchasing Quality Foods
10.8.1 Meat, Poultry, Fish, Seafoods, Fruits and Vegetables
10.9 Preparation of Market List based on the Menu
10.10 Proper Ways of Receiving and Recording Food Supplies
10.11 Perform Actual Job Training Unit Test
UNIT XI: Catering
11.1 Meaning and Types of Catering
11.2 Factors that Contribute to Successful Catering
11.3 Guidelines for Successful Catering
11.4 Qualities of a Caterer
11.5 Factors to Consider in the Selection of Food Service Workers for Catering Business
11.6 Tools and Equipment in Catering
11.7 Catering Service
11.8 Apprenticeship Training
11.8.1 Financial Management
11.8.2 Cost Control
11.8.3 Overhead Expenses
11.8.4 Financial Sharing

 

Subject Title: Humanities
Subject Description: History of Art
Prerequisite: None
First Quarter
Subject Outline
I. General Overview of Humanities
A. Meaning/ Importance of Humanities
B. The Scope of Humanities
Quiz #1
JJ. Literature
A. Study of Literature
B. Classification of Literature
C. Elements of Literature
D. Language of Literature
III. Types of Literature
A. Novel
B. Short Story
C. Poems
D. Essays
Quiz #2- Classification and Elements of Literature, Fiction(novel and short story)
Quiz @3-Poetry
IV. Philippine Literature
Quiz @4-Philippine Literature
Project: Presentation of sample literary type per period
References: Humanities by Francisco Zulueta
Introduction to the Humanities by Custodiosa Sanchez et. al.
Art Perception and Appreciation by Lopez et. al.

 

SUBJECT TITLE: MATH IV
SUBJECT DESCRIPTION: Analytic Geometry and Calculus
PREREQUISITE: Advanced Algebra, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry
ENTRY REQUIREMENT: 1 regular sized math notebook (80-100 leaves)
SUBJECT OUTLINE
FIRST QUARTER
I. POINTS, LINES AND SEGMENTS
A. Distance Formula, Midpoint Formula
B. Linear Equation/ Slope of a Line
C. Area of Convex Polygon
QUIZ # 1
D. Division of a Line Segment
QUIZ # 2
E. Angle between two lines
QUIZ # 3
F. Normal Form of the Equation of the Line
G. Distance of a point from a line
QUIZ # 4
H. Equation of Angle Bisector
QUIZ # 5
I. Secondary Parts of Triangle ( median, altitude, perpendicular bisector, angle bisector)
J. Centroid, Orthocenter, Circumcenter and Incenter
QUIZ # 6
LONG TEST 1
II. THE CIRCLE
A. Definition and Forms of Equations of Circle (center (0,0), center (h,k))
QUIZ # 6
B. Determining Equations of Circles satisfying given conditions such as center and radius, endpoints of a diameter, center and a point on the circle, three points of the circle, inscribed in a triangle, circumscribed about a triangle and others.
QUIZ # 7
C. Radical Axis and Radical Center
LONG TEST 2
FIRST PERIODIC EXAM
PROJECT: Mathematics Posters
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Compilation of quizzes with parent’s signature, seatwork/homework records
SECOND QUARTER
III. CONIC SECTIONS
A. The Parabola
1. Definitions and forms of equations (center (0,0) and (h,k)
2. Solving for the parts and properties given an equation
QUIZ # 1
3. Determining the equation satisfying given conditions such as vertex and focus; vertex and directrix; focus and directrix; length of latus rectum and position and others.
QUIZ # 2
4. Degenerates of Parabola
5. Word Problems
QUIZ # 3
B. The Ellipse
1. Definitions and forms of equations (center (0,0) and (h,k)
2. Solving for the parts and properties given an equation
QUIZ # 4
3. Determining the equation satisfying given conditions such as a vertex and a focus; center, vertices and eccentricity; center, foci and a point of the ellipse; foci, length of semi major axis and others.
QUIZ # 5
4. Word Problems
LONG TEST 1
C. THE HYPERBOLA
1. Definitions and forms of equations (center (0,0) and (h,k)
2. Solving for the parts and properties given an equation
QUIZ # 6
3. Determining the equation satisfying given conditions such as center, vertex and psedovertex; center, vertex, focus; center, focus, eccentricity and others.
4. Word Problems
QUIZ # 7
LONG TEST 2 (CONIC SECTIONS)
SECOND PERIODIC EXAM
PROJECT: Draw real world objects using only circles, parabolas, ellipses and hyperbolas
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Compilation of quizzes with parent’s signature, seatwork/homework records
THIRD QUARTER
IV. LIMITS AND CONTINUITY
A. Verifying limits using the definition
QUIZ # 1
B. Finding the limit using the theorems
QUIZ # 2
C. One-sided limit
D. Two-sided limit
QUIZ # 3
E. Continuity at a given number
F. Continuity at a given interval
QUIZ # 4
G. Infinite Limits
H. Limits at Infinity
QUIZ # 5
I. Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes
J. Use limits in graphing functions
QUIZ # 6
LONG TEST 1
V. THE DERIVATIVES
A. Derivative as slope of tangent line
QUIZ # 7
B. Derivative of a given function
C. Finding the Derivatives of a given function using the theorems
QUIZ # 8
D. Differentiable and Continuous Functions
LONG TEST 2
THIRD PERIODIC EXAM
PROJECT: Math Jingle
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Compilation of quizzes with parent’s signature, seatwork/homework records
FOURTH QUARTER
V. THE DERIVATIVES...
E. Implicit Differentiation
QUIZ # 1
F. Derivatives of Higher Order
QUIZ # 2
VI. APPLICATIONS OF DERIVATIVES
A. Rate of Change
QUIZ # 3
B. Instantaneous Velocity
QUIZ # 4
LONG TEST 1
C. Related Rates
QUIZ # 5
D. Extrema (Maxima/minima)
QUIZ # 6
E. First Derivative test for relative extreme
F. Second Derivative test for Concavity
G. Curve Sketching
QUIZ # 7
LONG TEST 2
FOURTH PERIODIC TEST
PROJECT: Contest Questions with complete solutions and answers (individual, compiled per section in 1 clearbook)
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Compilation of quizzes with parent’s signature, seatwork/homework records

 

PHYSICS II (Advanced Physics)
Course Description:
Physics II is a one year introductory course in physics offered 5 times a week to fourth 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:
College Physics, Second Edition by Giambattista et.al., MchGrawhill Publishing Inc.
Course Content
First Quarter
I. Vibration and Waves
A. Hooke’s Law and Elastic Potential Energy
B. Comparing Simple Harmonic Motion
C. Position, velocity, and acceleration as a function of time
a. Summative Test
D. Types of waves
E. Frequency, amplitude, and wavelength
F. The speed of waves on a string
G. Interference and standing waves
H. Resonance
Summative Test
II. Sound
A. Producing sound waves
B. Characteristics of sound waves
C. The speed of sound
a. Summative Test
D. Energy and intensity of sound waves
E. The Doppler effect
F. Interference of sound waves
G. Forced vibrations and resonance
H. Standing waves and air column
I. Beats
J. Quality of sound
a. Summative Test
b. First Periodic Exam
PROJECTS:
1. Designed Experiment
2. Improvised Device (Wave Demonstrator, Resonance Apparatus)
SECOND QUARTER
III. Electric charge, force and field
A. Properties of electric charge
B. Insulators and conductors
C. Coulomb’s law
a. Summative Test
D. The electric field
E. Electric field lines
a. Summative Test
F. Potential difference and electric potential
G. Electric potential energy
H. Equipotential surfaces
a. Summative Test
I. Capacitance
J. Combinations of capacitors
K. Capacitors with dielectric
L. Energy stored in charged capacitors
a. Summative Test
IV. Direct Current
A. Electric current
B. Current and voltage measurements in circuits
C. Resistance and Ohm’s law
D. Resistivity
E. Electric energy and power
F. Sources of EMF
G. Resistors in series
H. Resistors in parallel
I. Kirchoff’s rule
J. Electrical safety
a. Summative Test
V. Electromagnetism
A. Magnets
B. Magnetic fields
C. Magnetic force on a current-carrying conductor
a. Summative Test
D. Torque on a current loop and electric motors
E. Induced EMF and magnetic flux
F. Faraday’s law of induction
G. Lenz’s law
a. Summative Test
H. Motors and generators
I. Properties of electromagnetic waves
J. The spectrum of electromagnetic waves
a. Summative Test
b. Periodic Exam
PROJECTS:
1. Improvised Van De Graaf Generator
2. DC Motor
THIRD QUARTER
VI. Optics
A. The nature of light
B. Ray diagram
C. Reflection and refraction
a. Summative Test
D. Law of refraction
E. Dispersion and prisms
F. Huygen’s principle
G. Total internal reflection
a. Summative Test
H. Plane mirrors
I. Image formed by spherical mirrors
J. Images formed by spherical lenses
K. Lens aberration
L. Conditions for interference
M. Thin film interference
N. Diffraction
O. Polarization
a. Summative Test
b. Periodic Exam
PROJECT:
1. Improvised Optical Device
2. Participation in the Adopt-A-Physicist Program
FOURTH QUARTER
VII. Nuclear Physics
A. Some properties of nuclei
B. Binding energy
C. Radioactivity
D. The decay processes
E. Natural radioactivity
F. Nuclear reactions and nuclear reactors
G. Biological effects and medical applications of radiation
a. Summative Test
b. Periodic Test
PROJECT:
1. Science Zine
2. Web Infomercial – Biological Effect of Radiation