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DepEd Database of Grade 11 Curriculum Competencies

Competencies have been dissected into Noun, Noun Complexity, Verb and Verb Complexity for easy sorting. These may not be lifted directly from the Curriculum Guides (CG). Some have been simplified. For example: the competency starting with “Perform addition” was simplified to start with “Add”.

Competencies are not in its actual order, however, competency Codes have been retained as is. For the scope and sequence, refer to the Curriculum Guides (CG).

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Grade 11 Curriculum Competencies

A database which serves as a search facility for Grade 11 competencies.

CodeGrade LevelVerbVerb ComplexityNounNoun ComplexitySubject
ABM_AOM11-IIa-b-2611Adoptseffective rewards systemABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIg-j-2711Analyzesusing the rules of debit and creditcommon business transactionsABM
ABM_PM11-IIf-2111Analyzesthe company’s situation, markets, and environment (the marketing audit and SWOT analysis)ABM
ABM_PM11-Ie-i-1011Analyzesthe elements of macro- and micro-environment and their influence on marketing planningABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIi-1011Analyzes and interpretsdata presented in a graph/tableABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIh-511Analyzes and interpretsusing measures of central tendency and variability and tests of significant differencesthe data presented in the tableABM
ABM_AOM11-Ie-g-1311Appliesappropriate planning techniques and toolsABM
ABM_AOM11-IIf-h-3711Appliesmanagement control in accounting concepts and techniquesABM
ABM_AOM11-IIf-h-3711Appliesmanagement control in marketing concepts and techniquesABM
ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-1711Appliesin solving business cases.organization theoriesABM
ABM_AOM11-IIc-e-3111Appreciatesthe role of communication in directing people within the organizationABM
ABM_AOM11-IIj-4211Appreciatesthe role of small-family business in an improving economic statusABM
ABM_FABM11-IIId-e-2011Citesexamples of each type of accountABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIg-211Comparesthe forms (textual, tabular and graphical) of data presentationABM
ABM_AOM11-Ie-g-1111Compares and contraststhe different types of plansABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIb-1311Compares and contrastsaccording to activitiesthe types of businessABM
ABM_BM11RP-Ie-111Compares and differentiatesratio and rateABM
ABM_FABM11-IVa-d -3411Completesthe accounting cycleABM
ABM_FABM11-IVe-j -4011Completesthe accounting cycle of a merchandising businessABM
ABM_BM11BS-IIa-1211Computescommissions on cash basis and commission on instalment basisABM
ABM_BM11SW-IId-211Computesgross and net earningsABM
ABM_BM11SW- IIe -911Computesovertime payABM
ABM_PM11-Ic-d-511Defines“relationship marketing”ABM
ABM_PM11-IIa-e-1611Definesa productABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-111DefinesaccountingABM
ABM_BM11SW-IIc-111DefinesbenefitsABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ij-811DefinesbreakevenABM
ABM_BM11SW-IIe-511Defineseach of the benefits given to wage earnersABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-711Definesexternal usersABM
ABM_BM11SW-IIc-111DefinesincomeABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-811Definesinternal usersABM
ABM_PM11-Ie-i-1111Definesmarketing research and its importance to a business enterpriseABM
ABM_BM11SW-IIc-111DefinessalaryABM
ABM_BM11SW-IIc-111DefineswageABM
ABM_PM11-IIa-e-1911Defines and identifiesto create awareness and persuade the target market to buy the product or patronize the servicerelevant promotional tools, namely, advertising, sales promotion, personal selling, public relations, and direct marketingABM
ABM_PM11-Ia-b-111Defines and understandsmarketingABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ih-411Describeshow gross margins is used in salesABM
ABM_AOM11-Ie-g-1211Describesplanning at different levels in the firmABM
ABM_PM11-Ie-i-1211Describesthe consumer and business marketsABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIi-611Describesthe different kinds of graphs for data presentationABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIi-711Describesthe essential parts of a graphABM
ABM_AOM11-IIf-h-3511Describesthe link between planning and controllingABM
ABM_AOM11-Ic-d-611Describesthe local and international business environment of a firmABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-211Describesthe nature of accountingABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIg-j-2511Describesthe nature of business transactionsABM
ABM_FABM11-IVe-j -3511Describesthe nature of transactions in a merchandising businessABM
ABM_FABM11-IVa-d-2911Describesthe nature of transactions in a service businessABM
ABM_PM11-Ia-b-211Describesthe traditional approaches to marketingABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-1011Describesthe type of information needed by each group of usersABM
ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-1911Differentiatesformal from informal organizationABM
ABM_BM11SW-IId-311Differentiatesgross from net earningsABM
ABM_AOM11-IIc-e-2811Differentiatesleading from managingABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ig-111Differentiatesmark-on, mark-down and mark-upABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ih-311Differentiatesmark-up from marginsABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ii-611Differentiatesprofit from lossABM
ABM_AOM11-IIc-e-3011Differentiatesstyles of leadershipABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-511Differentiatesthe branches of accountingABM
ABM_PM11-Ie-i-1311Differentiatesthe buying behavior and decision making of individual/household customer versus the business (organizational) customerABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIb-1111Differentiatesthe forms of business organizationABM
ABM_PM11-IIa-e-1611Differentiatesthe product, services and experiencesABM
ABM_AOM11-Ic-d-911Differentiatesthe various forms of business organizationsABM
ABM_AOM11-IIa-b-2511Differentiatesvarious employee movementsABM
ABM_AOM11-Ic-d-811Discussesthe different phases of economic developmentABM
ABM_FABM11-IIId-e-1911Discussesthe five major accountsABM
ABM_PM11-IIa-e-1811Discussesthe functions of distribution channelsABM
ABM_PM11-Ia-b-311Discussesthe goals of marketingABM
ABM_AOM11-IIa-b-2411Discussesthe importance of employee relationsABM
ABM_AOM11-Ia-b-111Discussesthe meaning and functions of managementABM
ABM_AOM11-IIf-h-3411Discussesthe nature of controllingABM
ABM_AOM11-IIc-e-2711Discussesthe nature of directingABM
ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-1511Discussesthe nature of organizationsABM
ABM_AOM11-Ie-g-1011Discussesthe nature of planningABM
ABM_AOM11-IIa-b-2011Discussesthe nature of staffingABM
ABM_PM11-IIa-e-1811Discussesthe nature of supply chain managementABM
ABM_PM11-IIa-e-1811Discussesthe structure of distribution channelsABM
ABM_PM11-Ie-i-911Distinguishesin terms of objectives and processesbetween strategic and marketing planningABM
ABM_AOM11-IIf-h-3611Distinguishescontrol methods and systemsABM
ABM_BM11SW-IIe-611Distinguishestaxable from nontaxable benefitsABM
ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-1611Distinguishesthe various types of organization structuresABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIi-911Drawsto present the datathe graph/tableABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIh-411Drawsto present the datathe tableABM
ABM_BM11SW-IIe-411Enumeratesthe benefits of a wage earnerABM
ABM_BM11SW- IIe-711Enumeratesthe standard deductions with the corresponding computationABM
ABM_AOM11-IIj-4011Explainshow to start a small-family business.ABM
ABM_PM11-IIf-2011Explainsrelationship between market analysis, planning, implementation, and controlABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-311Explainsthe functions of accounting in businessABM
ABM_AOM11-Ia-b-311Explainsthe functions, roles and skills of a managerABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-611Explainsthe kind/type of services rendered in each of these branchesABM
ABM_AOM11-IIc-e-3211Explainsthe management of change and diversity in the workplaceABM
ABM_AOM11-IIi-3911Explainsthe nature and role in the firm of the following functional areas of management: a. Human Resource Management, b. Marketing Management, c. Operations Management, d. Financial Management, e. Material and Procurement Management, f. Office Management, g. InfABM
ABM_AOM11-Ic-d-711Explainsthe role of business in relation to the economyABM
ABM_PM11-IIf-2311Explainsthe significance of the marketing mix to motivate the potential market to buy the product or service (the marketing plan)ABM
ABM_AOM11-IIa-b-2111Explainsthe steps in the recruitment and selection processABM
ABM_PM11-Ic-d-611Explainsthe value of customersABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIb-c-1511Explainsthe varied accounting concepts and principlesABM
ABM_AOM11-Ia-b-211Explainsthe various types of management theoriesABM
ABM_BM11FO-Ia-211Expressesin decimals and percent forms and vice versafractionsABM
ABM_AOM11-Ie-g-1411Formulatesfrom several alternativesa decisionABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIi-811Givesa set of business dataABM
ABM_BM11RP-Ie-311Givesexamples for each kind of proportionABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIg-j-2511Givesexamples of business transactionsABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-711Givesexamples of external usersABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-811Givesexamples of internal usersABM
ABM_BM11FO-Ic-411Givesto illustrate fractions, decimals, and percentreal-life situationsABM
ABM_PM11-IIf-2211Identifiestarget market and positioningABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIb-1211Identifiesthe advantages and disadvantages of each formABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIb-1411Identifiesthe advantages, disadvantages and business requirements of each typeABM
ABM_AOM11-IIj-4111Identifiesthe business legal forms and requirementsABM
ABM_AOM11-Ih-j-1811Identifiesthe different elements of delegationABM
ABM_BM11RP-Ie-311Identifiesthe different kinds of proportionABM
ABM_AOM11-IIc-e-2911Identifiesthe different theories of motivationABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIg-j-2611Identifiesthe different types of business documentsABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIg-311Identifiesthe essential parts of a tableABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIi-811Identifiesthe graphs to be usedABM
ABM_AOM11-IIa-b-2311Identifiesthe policy guidelines on compensation /wages and performance evaluation/appraisalABM
ABM_PM11-Ie-i-1111Identifiesthe steps in marketing researchABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-911Identifiesthe type of decisions made by each group of usersABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIf-2211Identifiesthe uses of the two books of accountsABM
ABM_BM11SW- IIe -811Identifiesthe variables needed in the computation of overtimeABM
ABM_AOM11-Ic-d-411Identifiesvarious forces/elements of the firm’s environmentABM
ABM_PM11-Ic-d-711Identifies and describes“relationship development strategies”ABM
ABM_PM11-IIa-e-1711Identifies and describesthe factors to consider when setting prices and new product pricing and its general pricing approachesABM
ABM_PM11-Ia-b-411Identifies and explainscontemporary marketing approachesABM
ABM_PM11-Ie-i-1411Identifies and segmentsfor a product or servicemarketABM
ABM_BM11FO-Ib-311Illustrateshow decimals and fractions can be written in terms of percentABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ij-1011Illustrateshow interest is computedspecifically as applied to mortgage, amortization, and on services/utilities and on deposits and loansABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ih-211Illustrateshow mark-on, mark-down, and mark-up are obtainedABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ii-711Illustrateshow profit is obtained and how to avoid loss in a given transactionABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ih-511Illustrateshow to compute single trade discounts and discount seriesABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ij-811Illustrateshow to determine breakeven pointABM
ABM_BM11BS-IIa-1311Illustrateshow to obtain down payment , gross balance, and current increased balanceABM
ABM_PM11-Ic-d-811Illustratessuccessful customer service strategy in the Philippine business enterpriseABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIb-c-1711Illustratesthe accounting equationABM
ABM_BM11BS-IIa-1111Illustratesthe different types of commissionsABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIf-2311Illustratesthe format of a general and special journalABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIf-2411Illustratesthe format of a general and subsidiary ledgerABM
ABM_PM11-IIg-j-2411Integratesby preparing a marketing planthe marketing concepts and techniques learnedABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIa-411Narratesthe history/origin of accountingABM
ABM_BM11FO-Ia-111Performsfundamental operations on fractions and decimalsABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIb-c-1811Performsinvolving simple cases; with the use of accounting equationoperationsABM
ABM_FABM11-IVa-d -3111Postsin the ledgertransactionsABM
ABM_FABM11-IVe-j -3711Postsin the general and subsidiary ledgerstransactionsABM
ABM_AOM11-IIf-h-3811Preparesa budget planABM
ABM_FABM11-IIId-e-2111Preparesa Chart of AccountsABM
ABM_FABM11-IVa-d -3211Preparesa trial balanceABM
ABM_FABM11-IVe-j -3811Preparesa trial balanceABM
ABM_FABM11-IVa-d -3311Preparesadjusting entriesABM
ABM_FABM11-IVe-j -3911Preparesadjusting entriesABM
ABM_FABM11-IVe-j -4111Preparesthe Statement of Cost of Goods Sold and Gross ProfitABM
ABM_PM11-IIg-j-2511Presentsorally and in writinga mini-marketing planABM
ABM_BM11SW- IIf -1311Presentsgraphical representation of the details or particulars of the salaryABM
ABM_AOM11-IIa-b-2211Recognizesthe different training programsABM
ABM_AOM11-IIc-e-3311Recognizesthe interrelationship of Filipino from foreign culturesABM
ABM_FABM11-IVe-j-3611Recordsin the general and special journalstransactions of a merchandising businessABM
ABM_FABM11-IVa-d -3011Recordsin the general journaltransactions of a service businessABM
ABM_PM11-Ie-i-1511Selectsthe appropriate target market segment and its positioningABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIg-111Showssamples of business dataABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIb-c-1611Solvesexercises on accounting principles as applied in various casesABM
ABM_BM11BS-Ij-911Solvesproblems involving buying and selling productsABM
ABM_BM11RP-If-411Solvesproblems involving direct, inverse, and partitive proportionABM
ABM_BM11FO-Id-511Solvesproblems involving fractions , decimals, and percentABM
ABM_BM11BS-IIb-1411Solvesproblems involving interests and commissionsABM
ABM_FABM11-IIIg-j-2811Solvessimple problems and exercises in the analyses of business transactionABM
ABM_AOM11-Ic-d-511Summarizesusing the PEST and SWOT analysesthese forcesABM
ABM_BM11SW- IIf -1011Usesin the computation of salary and overtime payE-spread sheetABM
ABM_BM11PAD-IIj-1111Usesto compute and present graphical representation of business datasoftware (i.e., MS Excel, SPSS) programsABM
ABM_BM11RP-Ie-211Writesproportions illustrating real-life situationsABM
AD_CIP11-IVg-611Analyzesthe characteristics of classical and Filipino contemporary danceArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-1011Conductsusing appropriate hand and arm gesturespieces in duple meterArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-1011Conductsusing appropriate hand and arm gesturespieces in quadruple meterArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-1011Conductsusing appropriate hand and arm gesturespieces in triple meterArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIIf-g-611Createsusing the different elements of arts and principles of compositiongroup skits that are evolved from personal storiesArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVh-711Danceswith a partner; to build teamwork and to interact with the opposite sex through danceArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIIb-211Demonstrateswillingness to share personal capacities , skills, and stories with the groupArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIIc-311Discussesthe different elements of artistic expression as applied in a theater performanceArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIId-411Discussesthe different principles of artistic organization as applied in a theater performanceArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIIa-111Discussesthe varieties, categories and elements of various performing arts practicesArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIIj-811Examinesusing the principles of composition and qualities of performancethe merits of the skit performancesArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVf-211Executesbasic stance, forms, positions and contextual meaning of the danceArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIIe-511Explainsthe value of life stories as valuable sources of theater performancesArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVg-511Identifiesthe composers who contributed to the dance formArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVe-111Identifiesthe historical background, the traditional dress and music of the danceArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVg-411Identifieswith a visiting artist; through executionthe steps and movements of the danceArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-1111Indicatesclearly; in conductingattacks and releasesArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-611Interpretsin performing instrumental piecesappropriate phrasing, articulation and dynamicsArts-Design
AD_CIP11-Iva-d-911Interprets and appliesin singingdynamic and tempo marksArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-211Notatessimple melodies in duple meterArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-211Notatessimple melodies in major keysArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-211Notatessimple melodies in quadruple meterArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-211Notatessimple melodies in triple meterArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIIh-i-711Notesthe important qualities of a good performanceArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IIIh-i-711Performsin front of an audienceshort skitsArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-411Playswith correct rhythm, good intonation, and a good ensembleArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVi-811Preparesbased on his/her research worka lecture-demonstration on dances supported by a paper and audio-visual aidsArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVj-311Presentseither individually or as a groupa report on findings on the skills, resources, and work opportunities available in performing arts-related industriesArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-111Readsmelodies in major keysArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-111Readsmelodies in minor keysArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-111Readsmelodies in simple metersArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-311Recognizesvisually and aurallymelodic intervalsArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVi-911Refinesthrough regular rehearsalsthe whole presentationArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVj-111Researcheson the situation of performing arts-related industries in their immediate locality and in the nation and global settingArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVg-311Researchesthe life of the choreographer and his or her specific dance style and its historyArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-711Singssimple 2-part choral arrangementsArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-711Singssimple 3-part choral arrangementsArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVj-211Understandsthe skills , resources, and opportunities in performing arts-related industriesArts-Design
AD_CIP11-IVa-d-511Usesin playing simple piecesappropriate position and fingeringArts-Design
AD_CIP11-Iva-d-811Usesproper enunciation and vocal techniques such as breathing and controlArts-Design
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVi-j-311Discussesengine room alarm systemEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111RFPEW-IIIc-f-211Discussesengine-room watchkeeping proceduresEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVa-d-111Discussesthe effect of oil pollution on marine lifeEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111RFPEW-IIIc-f-211Discussesthe factors to consider in watchkeepingEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVa-d-111Discussesthe principles governing operation of oily water separatorEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVa-d-111Discussesthe principles of sewage treatment plant operationEngWatch1
NONE11Discussesthe relevance of the courseEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVa-d-111Explainsbasic environmental protection proceduresEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVa-d-111Explainsprecautions to prevent pollution within the framework of existing international and local regulationsEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111RFPEW-IIIc-f-211Explainssafety manual contents for the engine roomEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVi-j-311Explainsthe function of engine room alarm systemEngWatch1
TVL_EW111MRWD-IVe-h-211Explainsthe importance of internal communications (IC) and it’s use for the orderly performance of both emergency and routine shipboard functionsEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111RFPEW-IIIg-j-311Explainsthe importance of safety working practices in engine-room operationsEngWatch1
TVL_EW111MRWD-IVe-h-211Explainsthe use of appropriate internal communication systemEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111RFPEW-IIIg-j-311Identifiessafe working practices related to engine-room operationsEngWatch1
NONE11Identifiesthe career opportunities related to the courseEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVa-d-111Identifiesthe MARPOL provisions related to engine watchkeepingEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111RFPEW-IIIa-b-111Identifiesthe terms used in machinery spaces and names of machinery and equipmentEngWatch1
TVL_EW111MRWD-IVe-h-211Identifiesthe types of shipboard communication used in the engine room spacesEngWatch1
TVL_MEW111MRWD-IVi-j-311Identifiesthe various engine room alarm systemEngWatch1
NONE11Observesprocedure, specifications and manuals of instructionsEngWatch1
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F11PT – IVcd – 8911Nabibigyang-kahuluganang mga konseptong kaugnay ng pananaliksik (Halimbawa: balangkas konseptwal, balangkas teoretikal, datos empirikal, atbp.)Filipino
F11PT – IIe – 8711Nabibigyang-kahuluganang mga salitang ginamit sa talakayanFilipino
F11WG – IIh – 8911Nagagamitupang mapag-ugnay-ugnay ang mga ideya sa isang sulatinang angkop na mga salita at pangungusapFilipino
F11WG – IIIc – 9011Nagagamitsa pagsulat ng sariling halimbawang tekstoang cohesive deviceFilipino
F11EP – Ic – 3011Nagagamitsa pag-unawa sa mga konseptong pangwikaang kaalaman sa modernong teknolohiya (facebook, google, at iba pa)Filipino
F11PU – IIIfg – 9011Nagagamitsa reaksyong papel na isinulatang mabisang paraan ng pagpapahayaga.    KalinawanFilipino
F11PU – IIIfg – 9011Nagagamitsa reaksyong papel na isinulatang mabisang paraan ng pagpapahayagb.    KaugnayanFilipino
F11PU – IIIfg – 9011Nagagamitsa reaksyong papel na isinulatang mabisang paraan ng pagpapahayagc.    BisaFilipino
F11WG – Ie – 8511Nagagamitsa pagpapaliwanag at pagbibigay halimbawa sa mga gamit ng wika sa lipunanang mga cohesive deviceFilipino
F11WG –IVgh - 9211Nagagamitsa pagsulat ng isang pananaliksikang mga katwirang lohikal at ugnayan ng mga ideyaFilipino
F11WG- IIf – 8811Nahihinuhabatay sa paggamit ng mga salita at paraan ng pagsasalitaang layunin ng isang kausapFilipino
F11PS – IIIb – 9111Naibabahagiang katangian at kalikasan ng iba’t ibang tekstong binasaFilipino
F11PU – IIg – 8811Naiisa-isaang mga hakbang sa pagbuo ng isang makabuluhang pananaliksikFilipino
F11PU – IVef – 9111Naiisa-isabatay sa layunin, gamit, metodo, at etika ng pananaliksikang mga paraan at tamang proseso ng pagsulat ng isang pananaliksik sa FilipinoFilipino
F11PS – Id – 8711Naipaliliwanagnang pasalitaang gamit ng wika sa lipunan sa pamamagitan ng mga pagbibigay halimbawaFilipino
F11PS – IIIf – 9211Naipaliliwanagang mga kaisipang nakapaloob sa tekstong binasaFilipino
F11PS – IIb – 8911Naipapaliwanagnang pasalitaang iba’t ibang dahilan, anyo, at pamaraan ng paggamit ng wika sa iba’t ibang sitwasyonFilipino
F11PD – IIb – 8811Naisasaalang-alangang mga lingguwistiko at kultural na pagkakaiba-iba sa lipunang Pilipino sa mga pelikula at dulang napanoodFilipino
F11PB – IIId – 9911Naiuugnayang mga kaisipang nakapaloob sa binasang teksto sa sarili, pamilya, komunidad, bansa, at daigdigFilipino
F11PN – Ia – 8611Naiuugnayang mga konseptong pangwika sa mga napakinggang sitwasyong pangkomunikasyon sa radyo, talumpati, at mga panayamFilipino
F11PD – Ib – 8611Naiuugnayang mga konseptong pangwika sa mga napanood na sitwasyong pangkomunikasyon sa telebisyon (Halimbawa: Tonight with Arnold Clavio, State of the Nation, Mareng Winnie,Word of the Lourd (http://lourddeveyra.blogspot.com))Filipino
F11PS – Ib – 8611Naiuugnayang mga konseptong pangwika sa sariling kaalaman, pananaw, at mga karanasanFilipino
F11EP – IVij - 3811Nakabubuong isang maikling pananaliksikna napapanahon ang paksaFilipino
F11EP – IIf – 3411Nakabubuong mga kritikal na sanaysayukol sa iba’t ibang paraan ng paggamit ng wika ng iba’t ibang grupong sosyal at kultural sa PilipinasFilipino
F11EP - Iij – 3211Nakagagawabatay sa isang panayam tungkol sa aspektong kultural o lingguwistiko ng napiling komunidadng isang sanaysayFilipino
F11EP – IId – 3311Nakagagawagamit ang social media sa pagsusuri at pagsulat ng mga tekstong nagpapakita ng iba’t ibang sitwasyon ng paggamit sa wikang pag-aaralFilipino
F11EP – IIId – 3611Nakakukuhaupang mapaunlad ang sariling tekstong isinulatng angkop na datosFilipino
F11PN – If – 8711Nakapagbibigayng opinyon o pananaw kaugnay sa mga napakinggang pagtalakay sa wikang pambansaFilipino
F11EP – Ie – 3111Nakapagsasaliksikng mga halimbawang sitwasyon na nagpapakita ng gamit ng wika sa lipunanFilipino
F11PU – IIIb – 8911Nakasusulatng ilang halimbawa ng iba’t ibang uri ng tekstoFilipino
F11EP – IIij – 3511Nakasusulatng isang panimulang pananaliksiksa mga penomenang kultural at panlipunan sa bansaFilipino
F11EP – IIIj - 3711Nakasusulatbatay sa binasang teksto at ayon sa katangian at kabuluhan nito sa: a. Sarili; b. Pamilya; c. Komunidadng mga reaksyong papelBansaFilipino
F11EP – IIIj - 3711Nakasusulatbatay sa binasang teksto at ayon sa katangian at kabuluhan nito sa: a. Sarili; b. Pamilya; c. Komunidadng mga reaksyong papelDaigdigFilipino
F11PU – IIc – 8711Nakasusulatng mga tekstona nagpapakita ng mga kalagayang pangwika sa kulturang PilipinoFilipino
F11PU – Ig – 8611Nakasusulatng sanaysayna tumatalunton sa isang partikular na yugto ng kasaysayan ng Wikang PambansaFilipino
F11PS –IIe – 9011Napipilibatay sa kausap, pinag-uusapan, lugar, panahon, layunin, at grupong kinabibilanganang angkop na mga salita at paraan ng paggamit nito sa mga usapan o talakayanFilipino
F11PB – IVab – 10011Nasusuribatay sa layunin, gamit, metodo, at etika sa pananaliksikang ilang halimbawang pananaliksik sa FilipinoFilipino
F11PB – IIg – 9711Nasusuriang ilang pananaliksikna pumapaksa sa wika at kulturang PilipinoFilipino
F11PD – IIb – 8811Nasusuriang mga lingguwistiko at kultural na pagkakaiba-iba sa lipunang Pilipinosa mga pelikula at dulang napanoodFilipino
F11PB – If – 9511Nasusuriang mga pananaw ng iba’t ibang awtorsa isinulat na kasaysayan ng wikaFilipino
F11WG – Ih – 8611Natitiyakang mga sanhi at bunga ng mga pangyayaring may kaugnayan sa pag-unlad ng Wikang PambansaFilipino
F11PD – Id – 8711Natutukoysa pamamagitan ng napanood na palabas sa telebisyon at pelikula (Halimbawa: Be Careful with My Heart, Got to Believe, Ekstra, On The Job, Word of the Lourd(http://lourddeveyra.blogspot.com))ang iba’t ibang gamit ng wika sa lipunanFilipino
F11PN – IIa – 8811Natutukoymula sa mga panayam at balita sa radyo at telebisyonang iba’t ibang paggamit ng wika sa mga napakinggang pahayagFilipino
F11PB – IIa – 9611Natutukoymula sa mga blog, social media posts at iba paang iba’t ibang paggamit ng wika sa nabasang pahayagFilipino
F11WG – IIc – 8711Natutukoysa pamamagitan ng pagtatala ng mga terminong ginamit sa mga larangang itoang iba’t ibang register at barayti ng wika na ginagamit sa iba’t ibang sitwasyon (Halimbawa: Medisina, Abogasya, Media, Social Media, Enhinyerya, Negosyo, at iba pa)Filipino
F11PT – IIIa – 8811Natutukoyang kahulugan at katangian ng mahahalagang salitang ginamit sa iba’t ibang uri ng tekstong binasaFilipino
F11PN – IId – 8911Natutukoyayon sa konteksto ng paksang napakinggan sa mga balita sa radyo at telebisyonang mga angkop na salita, pangungusapFilipino
F11PT – Ia – 8511Natutukoyang mga kahulugan at kabuluhan ng mga konseptong pangwikaFilipino
F11PS – Ig – 8811Natutukoyang mga pinagdaanang pangyayari/kaganapan tungo sa pagkabuo at pag-unlad ng Wikang PambansaFilipino
F11PB – IIIa – 9811Natutukoyang paksang tinalakay sa iba’t ibang tekstong binasaFilipino
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STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-11511Describesthe effect of concentration on the colligative properties of solutionsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18011Describesthe electrochemistry involved in some common batteries: button batteriesSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18011Describesthe electrochemistry involved in some common batteries: fuel cellsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18011Describesthe electrochemistry involved in some common batteries: lead storage batterySTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18011Describesthe electrochemistry involved in some common batteries: leclanche dry cellSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5311Describesin terms of main energy levels, sublevels, and orbitalsthe electronic structure of atomsSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10211Describesthe following properties of liquids: surface tension, viscosity, vapor pressure, boiling point, and molar heat of vaporizationSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9111Describesthe formation and structure of polymersSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-8111Describesthe geometry of simple compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10611Describesin terms of energy change and the increase or decrease in molecular orderthe nature of the following phase changes: solid-liquid, liquid-vapor, and solid-vaporSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9711Describes(LAB)the properties of selected organic compoundSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5211Describesthe quantum mechanical model of the atomSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18511Describesthe reactions at the electrodes during the electrolysis of waterSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18311Describesthe reactions in some commercial electrolytic processesSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-8411Describesthe special nature of carbonSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-17711Describesthe standard hydrogen electrodeSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9511Describesthe structure of proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and carbohydratesSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10011Describes and differentiatesthe types of intermolecular forcesSTEM
STEM_GC11ESP-IIc-d-6411Describes and explainsthe trends in atomic properties in the periodic tableSTEM
STEM_PC11SMI-Ij-111Determinesany term of (x + y)n, where n is a positive integer, without expandingSTEM
STEM_GC11MR-Ig-h-4211Determines(LAB)mass relationship in a chemical reactionSTEM
STEM_GC11ESP-IIc-d-6611Determines(LAB)periodic properties of the main group elementsSTEM
STEM_BC11D -IIIf-111Determinesrelationship between differentiability and continuity of a functionSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-16811Determines(LAB)the behavior of the pH of buffered solutions upon the addition of a small amount of acid and baseSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-6911Determinesthe charge of the ions formed by the representative elementsSTEM
STEM_GC11MT-Ib-1411Determines(LAB)the density of liquids and solidsSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIc-111Determinesthe domain and range of the different circular functionsSTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13911Determines(LAB)the effect of various factors on the rate of a reactionSTEM
STEM_GC11TC-IIIg-i-12911Determines(LAB)the heat of neutralization of an acidSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5711Determinesbased on its electronic configurationthe magnetic property of the atomSTEM
STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-12111Determinesfrom the change of melting point or boiling point of a solution (LAB)the molar mass of a solidSTEM
STEM_GC11S-Ie-2811Determinesthe molar mass of elements and compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-15811Determinesthe pH of a solution of weak acid or weak baseSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-16711Determinesat different concentrations; and in the presence of its salt (LAB)the pH of solutions of a weak acidSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-8011Determinesbased on the electronegativities of the atoms forming the bondthe polarity of a bondSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-8211Determinesthe polarity of simple moleculesSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18411Determines(LAB)the potential of some assembled electrochemical cellsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-15711Determinesfrom the value of the ionization constant of a weak acid or basethe relative strength of an acid or a baseSTEM
STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-12011Determines(LAB)the solubility of a solid in a given amount of water at different temperaturesSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-If-g-111Determinesusing techniques such as substitution, elimination, and graphingthe solutions of systems of nonlinear equationsSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ia-311Determinesthe standard form of equation of a circleSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Id-211Determinesthe standard form of equation of a hyperbolaSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ib-111Determinesthe standard form of equation of a parabolaSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ic-211Determinesthe standard form of equation of an ellipseSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIIc-411Determineswhether a function is continuous on an interval or not.STEM
STEM_PC11T-IIe-111Determineswhether an equation is an identity or a conditional equationSTEM
STEM_GC11CT-IVa-b-14111Determineswhether entropy increases or decreases if the following are changed: temperature, phase, number of particlesSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIIc-211Determineswhether or not a function is continuous at a numberSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10911Determines and explains(LAB)the heating and cooling curve of a substanceSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-8311Determines and/or observes(LAB)evidence of molecular polaritySTEM
STEM_PC11SMI-Ih-211Differentiatesa series from a sequenceSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2011Differentiatesamong atoms, molecules, and ionsSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-1711Differentiatesatomic number, mass number, and isotopes, and which of these distinguishes one element from anotherSTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-711Differentiatesbetween elements and compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-811Differentiatesbetween homogenous and heterogenous mixturesSTEM
STEM_GC11MT-Ib-1311Differentiatesbetween precision and accuracySTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-611Differentiatesbetween pure substances and mixturesSTEM
STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-11611Differentiatesthe colligative properties of nonelectrolyte solutions and of electrolyte solutionsSTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13211Differentiateszero-, first-, and second-order reactionsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-15411Discussesthe acid-base property of waterSTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13411Discussesthe effect of reactant concentration on the half-time of a first-order reactionSTEM
STEM_GC11TC-IIIg-i-12311Distinguishesbetween exothermic and endothermic processesSTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-411Distinguishesbetween extensive and intensive propertiesSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIIa-211Distinguishesbetween limx->c f(x) and f(c)STEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-311Distinguishesbetween physical and chemical propertiesSTEM
STEM_GC11TC-IIIg-i-12811Does(LAB)exercises on thermochemical calculationsSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5811Drawsto represent the electronic configuration of atomsan orbital diagramSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7811DrawsLewis structure of molecular covalent compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7211Drawsthe Lewis structure of ionic compounds STEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7011Drawsthe Lewis structure of ionsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-17111Drawsthe structure of a galvanic cellSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIh-211Evaluatesan inverse trigonometric expression.STEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIIb-211Evaluatesusing tables of valueslimits involving the expression sint/t, 1-cost/t and et-1/tSTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13711Explainsactivation energySTEM
STEM_GC11CE-IVb-e-14511Explainsin terms of the reaction rates of the forward and the reverse reactionchemical equilibriumSTEM
STEM_GC11TC-IIIg-i-12511Explainsenthalpy of a reactionSTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13711Explainshow a catalyst affects the reaction rateSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-1511Explainshow the basic laws of matter (law of conservation of mass , law of constant composition, law of multiple proportion) led to the formulation of Dalton’s Atomic TheorySTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13611Explainsqualitatively; in terms of molecular collisionsreactionsSTEM
STEM_GC11S-Ie-2511Explainsrelative atomic mass and average atomic massSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-8611Explainsin terms of hybridization and σ and ¶ carbon-carbon bondsthe bonding in ethane, ethene(ethylene) and ethyne(acetylene) and explain their geometrySTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-15911Explainsthe Common Ion EffectSTEM
STEM_GC11MR-Ig-h-4011Explainsthe concept of limiting reagent in a chemical reactionSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10211Explainsthe effect of intermolecular forces on the following properties: surface tension, viscosity, vapor pressure, boiling point, and molar heat of vaporizationSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-16611Explainsthe effect of pH on the solubility of a precipitateSTEM
STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-11411Explainsthe effect of pressure on the solubility of a gasSTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13511Explainsthe effect of temperature on the rate of a reactionSTEM
STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-11311Explainsthe effect of temperature on the solubility of a solid and of a gasSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18211Explainsthe electrode reactions during electrolysisSTEM
STEM_GC11TC-IIIg-i-12211Explainsthe energy changes during chemical reactionsSTEM
STEM_GC11TC-IIIg-i-12411Explainsthe first law of thermodynamicsSTEM
STEM_GC11KMT-Ij-4911Explainsin terms of the kinetic molecular theory of gasesthe gas lawsSTEM
STEM_GC11ESP-IIc-d-6011Explainsin terms of electronic structurethe periodic recurrence of similar properties among elements in the periodic tableSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7911Explainsin terms of their structure.the properties of covalent molecular compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7311Explainsin terms of their structurethe properties of ionic compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9311Explainsin terms of their structure.the properties of some polymersSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10311Explainswith its molecular structure and intermolecular forcesthe properties of waterSTEM
STEM_GC11CT-IVa-b-14211Explainsthe second law of thermodynamics and its significanceSTEM
STEM_GC11CE-IVb-e-14711Explainsthe significance of the value of the equilibrium constant.STEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-16411Explains and appliesto predict the solubility of saltsthe solubility product constantSTEM
STEM_GC11G-Ih-i-4411Expressesin equation formthe gas lawsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-17511Givesdifferent examples of galvanic cellSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2011Givesexamples of atoms, molecules, and ionsSTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-411Givesexamples of extensive and intensive propertiesSTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-311Givesexamples of physical and chemical propertiesSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9211Givesexamples of polymersSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-8911Givesexamples of structural isomerismSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2211Givessimilarities and differences between the empirical formula and molecular formula of a compoundSTEM
STEM_GC11G-Ih-i-4311Givesthe common units of pressureSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ia-411Graphsin a rectangular coordinate systema circleSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Id-311Graphsin a rectangular coordinate systema hyperbolaSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ib-211Graphsin a rectangular coordinate systema parabolaSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ic-311Graphsin a rectangular coordinate systeman ellipseSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIc-d-111Graphsthe six circular functions (a) amplitude, (b) period, and (c) phase shiftSTEM
STEM_GC11MR-Ig-h-4011Identifiesthe excess reagent(s)STEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-17211Identifiesthe reaction occurring in the different parts of the cellSTEM
STEM_PC11SMI-Ih-111Illustratesa seriesSTEM
STEM_BC11I-IVa-111Illustratesan antiderivative of a functionSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIa-311Illustratesangles in standard position and coterminal anglesSTEM
STEM_GC11S-Ie-2711Illustrateswith examplesAvogadro’s numberSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIIc-111Illustratescontinuity of a function at a numberSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIIc-311Illustratescontinuity of a function on an intervalSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIId-111Illustratesdifferent types of discontinuity (hole/removable , jump/essential, asymptotic/infinite)STEM
STEM_BC11D-IIIi-211Illustratesimplicit differentiationSTEM
STEM_PC11SMI-Ii-211IllustratesPascal’s Triangle in the expansion of (x + y)n for small positive integral values of nSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-If-111Illustratessystems of nonlinear equationsSTEM
STEM_BC11D-IIIh-211Illustratesthe Chain Rule of differentiationSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIb-111Illustratesthe different circular functionsSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ia-111Illustratesthe different types of conic sections, namely, parabola , ellipse, circle, hyperbola, and degenerate casesSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIh-111Illustratesthe domain and range of the inverse trigonometric functions.STEM
STEM_BC11I-IVh-111Illustratesthe Fundamental Theorem of CalculusSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIId-211Illustratesthe Intermediate Value and Extreme Value TheoremsSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIIa-311Illustratesthe limit lawsSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIIa-111Illustratesusing a table of values and the graph of the functionthe limit of a functionSTEM
STEM_PC11SMI-Ih-411Illustratesthe Principle of Mathematical InductionSTEM
STEM_BC11I-IVi-111Illustratesthe substitution ruleSTEM
STEM_BC11D-IIIe-111Illustratesthe tangent line to the graph of a function at a given pointSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIa-111Illustratesthe unit circle and the relationship between the linear and angular measures of a central angle in a unit circleSTEM
STEM_GC11CR-If-g-3511Interpretsin terms of the law of conservation of massthe meaning of a balanced chemical reactionSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10711Interpretsthe phase diagram of water and carbon dioxideSTEM
STEM_GC11ESP-IIc-d-6511Investigates(LAB)reactions of ionsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-17111Labelsthe parts of a galvanic cellSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-8511Listsgeneral characteristics of organic compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7311Liststhe properties of ionic compoundsSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIj-111Locatesin polar coordinate systempointsSTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-211Makesa representation of the arrangement, relative spacing, and relative motion of the particles in each of the three phases of matterSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10811Measures and explains(LAB)the difference in the viscosity of some liquidsSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2311Namesgiven their formulacompoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2411Namesfrom formulas (LAB)ionic compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-11911Performsto determine concentration of solutions (LAB)acid-base titrationSTEM
STEM_GC11CE-IVb-e-15211Performs(LAB)calculations involving equilibrium of gaseous reactionsSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5511Performs(LAB)exercises on quantum numbersSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9611Performsusing models (LAB)exercises on the structure of organic compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11CR-If-g-3711Performs(LAB)exercises on writing and balancing chemical equationsSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5911Performs(LAB)exercises on writing electronic configurationSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7411Performs(LAB)exercises on writing Lewis structures of ions/ionic compounds and moleculesSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9811Performs(LAB)laboratory activities on enzyme action, protein denaturation, separation of components in coconut milkSTEM
STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-11211Performsstoichiometric calculations for reactions in solutionSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2411Practices(LAB)chemical nomenclatureSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-18411Predicts(LAB)the cell reaction of some assembled electrochemical cellsSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7111Predictsthe formula of the ionic compound formed by a metal and non-metal among the representative elementsSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-10111Predictsthe intermolecular forces possible for a moleculeSTEM
STEM_GC11ESP-IIc-d-6311Predictsbased on their position in the periodic tablethe properties of individual elementsSTEM
STEM_GC11CT-IVa-b-14011Predictsbased on entropythe spontaneity of a processSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9711Prepares(LAB)selected organic compoundSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIf-g-111Provesother trigonometric identitiesSTEM
STEM_PC11SMI-Ii-311Provesthe Binomial TheoremSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-1911Recognizescommon isotopes and their usesSTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-111Recognizesthat substances are made up of smaller particlesSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ie-111Recognizesthe equation and important characteristics of the different types of conic sectionsSTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-911Recognizesthe formulas of common chemical substancesSTEM
STEM_BC11D-IIIe-311Relatesto the slope of the tangent linethe derivative of a functionSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5311Relatesto energythe electronic structure of atomsSTEM
STEM_GC11ESP-IIc-d-6111Relatesto their group number in the periodic tablethe number of valence electrons of elementsSTEM
STEM_GC11KMT-Ij-5011Relateswith molar massthe rate of gas effusionSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-6711Relatesto their electron configurationthe stability of noble gasesSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-17911Relatesto the feasibility of using the cell to generate an electric currentthe value of the cell potentialSTEM
STEM_GC11OC-IIg-j-9511Relatesthese structures to their functionsSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-6911Relatesthis charge to their ionization energy or electron affinity, valence electron configuration and position in the periodic tableSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2111Representsusing chemical formulas, structural formulas, and modelscompoundsSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIf-211Simplifiestrigonometric expressionsSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ig-211Solvessituational problems involving systems of nonlinear equationsSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIi-211Solvesituational problems involving inverse trigonometric functions and trigonometric equationsSTEM
STEM_BC11D-IIIg-111Solvesoptimization problemsSTEM
STEM_PC11SMI-Ij-211Solvesusing mathematical induction and the Binomial TheoremproblemsSTEM
STEM_BC11D-IIIh-i-111Solvesusing the Chain RuleproblemsSTEM
STEM_BC11D-IIIi-j-111Solvesusing implicit differentiationproblems (including logarithmic and inverse trigonometric functions)STEM
STEM_BC11I-IVj-211Solvesproblems involving areas of plane regionsSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IId-211Solvesproblems involving circular functionsSTEM
STEM_BC11LC-IIId-311Solvesproblems involving continuity of a functionSTEM
STEM_BC11I-IVd-111Solvesusing antidifferentiationseparable differential equationsSTEM
STEM_PC11AG-Ie-211Solvessituational problems involving conic sectionsSTEM
STEM_BC11I-IVe-f-111Solvessituational problems involving exponential growth and decay, bounded growth, and logistic growthSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIj-311Solvessituational problems involving polar coordinate systemSTEM
STEM_BC11D-IIIj-211Solvessituational problems involving related ratesSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIg-211Solvessituational problems involving trigonometric identitiesSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIh-i-111Solvestrigonometric equations.STEM
STEM_GC11CE-IVb-e-14911StatesLe Chatelier’s principleSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-6811Statesthe octet ruleSTEM
STEM_GC11DL-Ii-4711Usesto relate mole fraction and partial pressure of gases in a mixtureDalton’s law of partial pressuresSTEM
STEM_GC11PP-IIId-f-11111Usesdifferent ways of expressing concentration of solutions: percent by mass, mole fraction, molarity, molality, percent by volume, percent by mass, ppmSTEM
STEM_GC11CT-IVa-b-14311Usesto determine the direction of a reactionGibbs’ free energySTEM
STEM_GC11MP-Ia-b-511Usesto identify substances and to separate themproperties of matterSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5411Usesto describe an electron in an atomquantum numbersSTEM
STEM_PC11T-IIb-211Usesto find exact values of circular functionsreference anglesSTEM
STEM_GC11G-Ih-i-4511Usesto determine pressure, volume, or temperature of a gas under certain conditions of changethe gas lawsSTEM
STEM_GC11G-Ih-i-4611Usesto calculate pressure, volume, temperature, or number of moles of a gasthe ideal gas equationSTEM
STEM_GC11IMF-IIIa-c-9911Usesto explain properties of liquids and solidsthe kinetic molecular modelSTEM
STEM_PC11SMI-Ih-311Usesto represent a seriesthe sigma notationSTEM
STEM_GC11CR-If-g-3411Writesequations for chemical reactionsSTEM
STEM_GC11CE-IVb-e-14611Writesexpressions for the reaction quotient/ equilibrium constantsSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-1811Writesisotopic symbolsSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-17411Writesthe balanced overall cell reactionSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2411Writes(LAB)the chemical formulas of ionic compoundsSTEM
STEM_GC11ES-IIa-b-5611Writesthe electronic configuration of atomsSTEM
STEM_GC11AM-Ic-e-2311Writesgiven the name of the compoundthe formulaSTEM
STEM_GC11CB-IId-g-7711Writesthe formula of molecular compounds formed by the nonmetallic elements of the representative blockSTEM
STEM_GC11AB-IVf-g-17311Writesthe half-equations for the reactions occurring in the electrodesSTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13111Writesthe mathematical relationship between the rate of a reaction, rate constant, and concentration of the reactantsSTEM
STEM_GC11CK-IIIi-j-13311Writesthe rate law for first-order reactionSTEM
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