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DepEd Database of Grade 12 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 12 Curriculum Competencies

A database which serves as a search facility for Grade 12 competencies.

CodeGrade LevelVerbVerb ComplexityNounNoun ComplexitySubject
UCSP11/12BMS-Ih-1811/12Advocatesinclusive citizenshipAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-311/12Analyzescultural changeAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIa-2411/12Analyzeseconomic organization and its impact on the lives of people in societyAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-311/12Analyzespolitical changeAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIj-2311/12Analyzessocial and political structuresAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-311/12Analyzessocial changeAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIa-2411/12Analyzesthe impact of economic organizations on the lives of people in societyAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ia-111/12Articulatesobservations on human cultural variationAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ia-111/12Articulatesobservations on political identitiesAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ia-111/12Articulatesobservations on social changeAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ia-111/12Articulatesobservations on social differencesAP
UCSP11/12DCS-Id-1011/12Becomesaware of why and how cultural relativism mitigates ethnocentrismAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIj-2211/12Comparesaccording to their manifest and latent functionsdifferent social forms of social organizationAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIg-2811/12Conductsparticipant observation (e.g., attend, describe, and reflect on a religious ritual of a different group; observe elections practices)AP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ia-211/12Demonstratescuriosity and an openness to explore the origins and dynamics of culture and society, and political identitiesAP
UCSP11/12CSC-IIi-3411/12Describeshow human societies adapt to new challenges in the physical, social, and cultural environmentAP
UCSPC11/12DCS-Ic-711/12Describessociety and culture as a complex wholeAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIi-2111/12Describesthe organized nature of social life and rules governing behaviorAP
UCSP11/12CSC-IIj-3511/12Developsa plan of action for community-based response to changeAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIb-2511/12Differentiatesfunctions of nonstate institutions in societyAP
UCSP11/12HSO--IIf-2611/12Evaluateshow functions of education affect the lives of people in societyAP
UCSP11/12HSOI-IIc-3011/12Examinesfrom the functionalist and conflict perspectivesstratificationAP
UCSPC11DCS-Ic-611/12Explainsanthropological and sociological perspectives on culture and societyAP
UCSP11/12BMS-Ig-1511/12Explainsas a product of socialization and enculturationthe development of one’s self and othersAP
UCSP11/12HBS- If-1311/12Exploresthe significance of human material remains and artefactual evidence in interpreting cultural and social, including political and economic, processesAP
UCSP11/12DCS-Ic-811/12Identifiesaspects of culture and societyAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IId-3111/12Identifiescharacteristics of the systems of stratificationAP
UCSP11/12DCS-Ie-1111/12Identifiesforms of tangible and intangible heritage and the threats to theseAP
UCSP11/12CSC-IIh-3311/12Identifiesnew challenges faced by human populations in contemporary societiesAP
UCSP11/12BMS-Ih-1711/12Identifiessocial goals and the socially acceptable means of achieving these goalsAP
UCSP11/12BMS-Ig-1611/12Identifiesthe context, content, processes, and consequences of enculturation and socializationAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-511/12Identifiesthe subjects of inquiry and goals of AnthropologyAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-511/12Identifiesthe subjects of inquiry and goals of Political ScienceAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-511/12Identifiesthe subjects of inquiry and goals of SociologyAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIf-2711/12Promotesas a human rightprimary educationAP
UCSP11/12BMS- Ih-1911/12Promotesprotection of human dignityAP
UCSP11/12BMS- Ih-1911/12Promotesprotection of rightsAP
UCSP11/12BMS- Ih-1911/12Promotesprotection of the common goodAP
UCSP11/12DCS-Id-911/12Raisestoward a holistic appreciation of cultures and societiesquestionsAP
UCSP11/12HBS- If-1411/12Recognizesnational, local, and specialized museums, and archaeological and historical sites as venues to appreciate and reflect on the complexities of biocultural and social evolution as part of being and becoming humanAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-411/12Recognizeswith respect to the phenomenon of changethe common concerns of anthropologyAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-411/12Recognizeswith respect to the phenomenon of changethe common concerns of political scienceAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-411/12Recognizeswith respect to the phenomenon of changethe common concerns of sociologyAP
UCSP11/12SPU-Ib-411/12Recognizeswith respect to the phenomenon of changethe intersections of anthropology, sociology, and political scienceAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIg-2911/12Recognizesthe practice of medical pluralism in light of cultural diversity and relativismAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIe-3211/12Suggestsways to address global inequalitiesAP
UCSP11/12HSO-IIi-2011/12Traceskinship ties and social networksAP
UCSP11/12HBS-Ie-1211/12Tracesthe biological and cultural evolution of early to modern humansAP
CAR11/12AP-0f -h-1511/12Appliesin the process of creationartistic skills and techniquesArts-Music
CAR11/12AP-0f -h-1611/12Appliesin the process of creationartistic skills and techniquesArts-Music
CAR11/12IAC-0b-211/12Classifiesvarious art forms found in the PhilippinesArts-Music
CAR11/12CAP-0c -e-711/12Comparesforms of arts from the different regionsArts-Music
CAR11/12AP-0f -h-1411/12Conceptualizesbased on techniques and performance practices in their locality.contemporary artArts-Music
CAR11/12AP-0f -h-1711/12Createsusing appropriate materials for the best possible outputthe intended final productArts-Music
CAR11/12TPP-0c -e-1211/12Critiquesavailable materials and appropriate techniquesArts-Music
CAR11/12CAP-0b-311/12Definescontemporary arts in the PhilippinesArts-Music
CAR11/12CAP-0c -e-611/12Evaluatesbased on the elements and principlescontemporary art formsArts-Music
CAR11/12CAP-0c -e-511/12ExplainsFilipino artists’ rolesArts-Music
CAR11/12CAP-0c -e-511/12IdentifiesFilipino artists’ contribution to contemporary artsArts-Music
CAR11/12TPP-0c -e-1111/12Identifieslocal materials used in creating artArts-Music
CAR11/12IAC-0a-111/12Identifiesvarious contemporary art forms and their practices from the various regionsArts-Music
CAR11/12AP-0f -h-1611/12Incorporatesto one’s creation; with attention to detailcontemporary characteristicsArts-Music
CAR11/12CAP-0c -e-811/12Interprets and relatesthe significance of art forms from the regionsArts-Music
CAR11/12TPP-0c -e-1311/12Justifiesthe application of techniquesArts-Music
CAR11/12TPP-0c -e-1311/12Justifiesthe use of materialsArts-Music
CAR11/12CAP-0c -e-911/12Promotesarts from the regionsArts-Music
CAR11/12TPP-0c -e-1011/12Researchestechniques and performance practices applied to contemporary artsArts-Music
CAR11/12CAP-0c -e-411/12Researchesvarious contemporary art formsArts-Music
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIm-p1711/12Analyzeshow target or intended users and audiences are expected to respond to the proposed ICT Project for Social Change on the basis of content, value, and user experienceEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ia-b-211/12Appliesin the use of ICTs; as it would relate to their specific professional tracksonline safety, security, ethics, and etiquette standards and practiceEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ig-h-1011/12Appliesusing online creation tools, platforms, and applications to communicate a message for a specific purpose in specific professional tracksWeb design principles and elementsEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ia-b-111/12Comparesto best achieve specific class objectives or address situational challengesthe nuances of varied online platforms, sites, and contentEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIt-2311/12Createsusing an ICT tool, platform, or application of choicea reflexive piece or output on the learning experience undergone during the semesterEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ic-d-511/12Createsto effectively communicate or present data or information related to specific professional tracks.an original or derivative ICT contentEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ie-f-811/12Createsto effectively communicate a visual message in an online environment related to specific professional tracksan original or derivative ICT contentEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ig-h-1111/12Createsusing online creation tools, platforms, and applications; to effectively communicate messages related to specific professional tracksan original or derivative ICT contentEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIm-p1811/12Deliverscontent of an ICT Project for Social ChangeEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIq-r2011/12Demonstrateshow online ICT Projects for Social Change are uploaded, managed, and promoted for maximum audience impactEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIm-p1911/12Developsa working prototype of an ICT Project for Social ChangeEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ig-h-911/12Evaluatesexisting online creation tools, platforms and applications in developing ICT content for specific professional tracksEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ie-f-611/12Evaluatesbased on the principles of layout, graphic, and visual message design.existing Web sites and online resourcesEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ii-j-1211/12Evaluatesin relation to the theme or intended audience/ viewer of an ICT projectthe quality, value, and appropriateness of peer’s existing or previously developed ICT contentEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIk-1411/12Exploresthe principles of interactivity and rich content in the context of Web 2.0 and the participation of the user in the online experienceEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIs-2211/12Generateson the basis of data gathered from available monitoring tools and evaluating techniquesa report on the performance of their ICT Project for Social ChangeEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIq-r2111/12Generatesa technical report interpreting data analytics, e.g. Google, Facebook, or similar traffic data on the general aspects of search visibility, reach, and viralityEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIm-p1611/12Identifiesa local or regional cause or issue for Social Change related to specific professional tracks that can be addressed or tackled using an ICT Project for Social ChangeEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIm-p1811/12Integratesto best enhance user experiencerich multimedia content in design and developmentEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-IIl-1511/12Sharesto illustrate aspects of digital citizenshipanecdotes of how he/she has used ICTs to be part of a social movement, change or causeEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ii-j-1311/12Sharesin the form of a collaboratively designed newsletter or blog site intended for a specific audience or viewerexisting or previously developed materialEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ic-d-411/12Useseffectively; by maximizing advanced application techniquescommon productivity toolsEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ie-f-711/12Useson existing images; to change or enhance their current state to communicate a message for a specific purposeimage manipulation techniquesEmp-Tech
CS_ICT11/12-ICTPT-Ia-b-311/12Usesas a tool for credible research and information gathering; to best achieve specific class objectives or address situational challengesthe InternetEmp-Tech
EN12Lit-Ie-2711/12Analyzesother literary devices in the textEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1711/12Appliesthe principles of writing effective critiquesEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1711/12Appliesthe principles of writing effective reviewsEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ibe-1111/12Ascertainsthe nonverbal cues that each speaker uses to achieve his/her purposeEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ibe-1111/12Ascertainsthe verbal cues that each speaker uses to achieve his/her purposeEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1211/12Citesto support claimsspecific sourcesEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-2211/12Comprehendsvarious kinds of concept papersEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ibe-1211/12Comprehendsvarious kinds of oral textsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-811/12Conductssurveys, experiments, and observationsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIa-d-411/12Defendsby presenting reasonable arguments supported by properly cited factual evidencesa stand on an issueEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-1911/12Definesa concept paperEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIa-d-111/12Definesa position paperEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-111/12DefinescommunicationEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-7.311/12Demonstratessensitivity to the sociocultural dimension of communication situation with focus on: AgeEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-7.111/12Demonstratessensitivity to the sociocultural dimension of communication situation with focus on: CultureEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-7.211/12Demonstratessensitivity to the sociocultural dimension of communication situation with focus on: GenderEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-7.511/12Demonstratessensitivity to the sociocultural dimension of communication situation with focus on: ReligionEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-7.411/12Demonstratessensitivity to the sociocultural dimension of communication situation with focus on: Social statusEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIa-111/12Describesa written text as connected discourseEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-711/12Designs, tests and revisessurvey questionnairesEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVac-1011/12Determinestextual evidence to validate assertions and counter claims made about a text readEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-611/12Determinesthe objectives and structures of various kinds of reportsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-111/12Determinesthe structure of a specific academic textEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-2011/12Determinesthe ways a writer can elucidate on a concept by definition, explanation, and clarificationEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-211/12Differentiateslanguage used in academic texts from various disciplinesEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-311/12Differentiatesthe various models of communicationEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ibe-811/12Discussesthe functions of communicationEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-1011/12Disseminateswritten forms of information from surveys, experiments, and observationsEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIbf-3.111/12Distinguishesbetween and among patterns of development in writing across disciplines (narration, description, definition, exemplification/classification, comparison and contrast, cause and effect, problem-solution, persuasion)English
EN11/12RWS-IIIa-2.111/12Distinguishesbetween and among techniques in selecting and organizing information (brainstorming list, graphic organizer, topic outline, sentence outline)English
EN11/12OC-Ia-411/12Distinguishesthe unique feature(s) of one communication process from the otherEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ifj-1711/12Distinguishestypes of speech styleEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-2311/12Distinguishestypes of speechesEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIab-2111/12Engagesusing acceptable, polite and meaningful communicative strategiesin a communicative situationEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ibe-1411/12Evaluatesthe effectiveness of an oral communication activityEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-1111/12Executesthrough narrative and visual/graphic formsthe reportEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ifj-1611/12Exhibitsappropriate verbal and non-verbal behavior in a given speech contextEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIij-511/12Explainscritical reading as looking for ways of thinkingEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVac-811/12Explainscritical reading as reasoningEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVdg-1111/12Explainshow one’s purpose is a crucial consideration in academic writingEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVdg-1111/12Explainshow one’s purpose is a crucial consideration in professional writingEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIab-22.611/12Explainsthat a shift in speech context, speech style, speech act, and communicative strategy affects the following: DeliveryEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIab-22.211/12Explainsthat a shift in speech context, speech style, speech act, and communicative strategy affects the following: Duration of interactionEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIab-22.111/12Explainsthat a shift in speech context, speech style, speech act, and communicative strategy affects the following: Language formEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIab-22.511/12Explainsthat a shift in speech context, speech style, speech act, and communicative strategy affects the following: MessageEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIab-22.311/12Explainsthat a shift in speech context, speech style, speech act, and communicative strategy affects the following: Relationship of speakerEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIab-22.411/12Explainsthat a shift in speech context, speech style, speech act, and communicative strategy affects the following: Role and responsibilities of the speakerEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-211/12Explainsthe nature and process of communicationEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-311/12Explainsthe specific ideas contained in various academic textsEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-511/12Explainswhy there is a breakdown of communicationEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.111/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: ArtEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.211/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: BusinessEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.311/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: LawEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.411/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: PhilosophyEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.511/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: PoliticsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.611/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: ReligionEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.711/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: ScienceEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.811/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: SportsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.1111/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: TechVoc-Agri. FisheryEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.1011/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: TechVoc-Home EconomicsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.1211/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: TechVoc-I.AEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-23.1311/12Explains and clarifiesconcepts in fields such as: TechVoc-ICTEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1111/12Formsopinions based on factsEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVac-9.111/12Formulatesassertions about the content and properties of a text readEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVac-9.211/12Formulatesin response to claims made in a text readmeaningful counterclaimsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-911/12Gathersfrom surveys, experiments, or observationsinformationEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIa-d-311/12GathersmanifestoesEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIij-6.111/12Identifiesclaims explicitly or implicitly made in a written text: Claim of factEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIij-6.211/12Identifiesclaims explicitly or implicitly made in a written text: Claim of policyEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIij-6.311/12Identifiesclaims explicitly or implicitly made in a written text: Claim of valueEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIgh-4.211/12Identifiesproperties of a well-written text: coherence and cohesionEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIgh-4.311/12Identifiesproperties of a well-written text: language useEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIgh-4.411/12Identifiesproperties of a well-written text: mechanicsEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IIIgh-4.111/12Identifiesproperties of a well-written text: organizationEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-2111/12Identifiessituations in which a concept paper may be effectively used to improve our societyEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIa-d-211/12Identifiessituations in which a position paper may be effectively used in our societyEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ifj-1811/12Identifiessocial situations in which each speech style is appropriate to useEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVac-7.111/12Identifiesthe context in which a text was developed: HypertextEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVac-7.211/12Identifiesthe context in which a text was developed: IntertextEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ibe-911/12Identifiesthe speaker’s purpose(s)English
EN11/12RWS-IVhj-13.211/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing professional correspondence: Application for College AdmissionEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVhj-13.311/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing professional correspondence: Application for EmploymentEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVhj-13.111/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing professional correspondence: RésuméEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVhj-13.411/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing professional correspondence: Various forms of Office CorrespondenceEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVdg-12.111/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing texts that are useful across disciplines: Book Review or Article CritiqueEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVdg-12.211/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing texts that are useful across disciplines: Literature ReviewEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVdg-12.511/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing texts that are useful across disciplines: Position PaperEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVdg-12.411/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing texts that are useful across disciplines: Project ProposalEnglish
EN11/12RWS-IVdg-12.311/12Identifiesthe unique features of and requirements in composing texts that are useful across disciplines: Research ReportEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ifj-1511/12Identifiesthe various types of speech contextEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ifj-1911/12Observesthe appropriate language forms in using a particular speech styleEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-811/12Outlinesreading texts in various disciplinesEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-711/12Paraphrases/ explainsusing one’s own wordsa textEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-2411/12Presentsa novel concept or project with accompanying visuals/ graphic aidsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1311/12PresentsconvincinglyideasEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1511/12Raisesin an appropriate mannercontrary viewsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1511/12Raisesin an appropriate mannerlegitimate viewsEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ifj-2011/12Respondsappropriately and effectivelyto a speech actEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-611/12Statesthe thesis statement of an academic textEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-1111/12SummarizesfindingsEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-911/12Summarizesthe content of an academic textEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1611/12Usesappropriate critical approaches in writing a critique such as formalism, feminism, etc.English
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-411/12Usesto glean the information he/she needsknowledge of text structureEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-26.111/12Usesprinciples of effective speech delivery focusing on: ArticulationEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-26.411/12Usesprinciples of effective speech delivery focusing on: Facial Expressions, Gestures, and MovementsEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-26.211/12Usesprinciples of effective speech delivery focusing on: ModulationEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-26.511/12Usesprinciples of effective speech delivery focusing on: Rapport with the audienceEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-26.311/12Usesprinciples of effective speech delivery focusing on: Stage PresenceEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-2411/12Usesprinciples of effective speech delivery in different situationsEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-25.111/12Usesprinciples of effective speech writing focusing on: Audience profileEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-25.311/12Usesprinciples of effective speech writing focusing on: DurationEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-25.511/12Usesprinciples of effective speech writing focusing on: Grammatical correctnessEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-25.211/12Usesprinciples of effective speech writing focusing on: Logical organizationEnglish
EN11/12OC-IIcj-25.411/12Usesprinciples of effective speech writing focusing on: Word choiceEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1411/12Usesthe appropriate language for a specific disciplineEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ia-611/12Usesin order to avoid communication breakdownvarious strategiesEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-511/12Usesvarious techniques in summarizing a variety of academic textsEnglish
EN11/12OC-Ibe-1011/12Watches and listensto sample oral communication activitiesEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Id-f-1811/12Writesan objective/balanced review or critique of a work of art, an event or a programEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ia-c-1011/12Writesprécis/abstract/summary of texts in the various disciplinesEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIa-d-511/12Writesvarious kinds of position papersEnglish
CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-IIe-j-1211/12Writesvarious reportsEnglish
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0a-311/12Analyzesthe market need;Entrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1611/12Computesfor profitsEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1211/12Createsa prototype of the productEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1711/12Createsthe company’s five (5) year projected financial statementsEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1211/12Demonstratesunderstanding of the 4Ms of operationsEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1211/12Describesin relation to the business opportunitythe 4Ms of operations (Manpower , Method, Machine, Materials)Entrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1011/12Describesin relation to the business opportunitythe Marketing Mix (7Ps): Product, Place, Price, Promotion, People, Packaging and PositioningEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0d-711/12Describesthe unique selling proposition and value proposition that differentiates one’s product/service from existing products/servicesEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0a-411/12Determinesthe possible product/s or service/s that will meet the needEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0d-811/12Determineswho the customers arein terms of: Target market; Customer requirements; and Market sizeEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1111/12Developsa brand nameEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1211/12Developsa product descriptionEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1311/12Developsthe business modelEntrep
NONE11/12Discussesthe relevance of the courseEntrep
CS_EP11/12ENTREP-0h-j-1211/12Discussesin relation to the business enterprisethe value/supply chainEntrep
NONE11/12Explainsthe core competencies in EntrepreneurshipEntrep
NONE11/12Explainsthe key concepts of common competenciesEntrep
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ABM_FABM12-Ie-812Discussesthe different forms of business organizationABM
ABM_AE12-Ie-h-512Discusses and explainsfactors affecting demand and supplyABM
ABM_ESR12-IIIa-d-1.612Distinguishesbetween good policies/practices and morally unacceptable policies/practicesABM
ABM_BF12-IIIa-212Distinguishesfinancial institution from financial instrument and financial marketABM
ABM_AE12II-a-d-1012Distinguishesthe different services /products of business and industry in the localityABM
ABM_ESR12-IIIe-h-2.412Distinguisheswhat is good vs. what is morally unacceptable among the given Filipino valuesABM
ABM_BF12-IIIe-f-1512Drawsa flow chart on the steps in loan applicationABM
ABM_BES12-Ia-c-412DrawsconclusionsABM
ABM_BES12-IId-j-1112Draws upa culminating report, including significant values learned in the entire business cycleABM
ABM_ESR12-IVm-p-4.212Encouragesto play active roles as decision makers in the business enterpriseemployeesABM
ABM_BF12-IVo-p-2612Enumeratesmoney management philosophiesABM
ABM_BF12-IIIa-312Enumeratesthe varied financial institutions and their corresponding servicesABM
ABM_AE12-Ia-d-312Explainshow applied economics can be used to solve economic problemsABM
ABM_AE12-Ie-h-712Explainsmarket structures (perfect competition , monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competition)ABM
ABM_BF12-IIIa-512Explainsthe flow of funds within an organization – through and from the enterprise – and the role of the financial managerABM
ABM_ESR12-IVm-p-4.112Explainsthe importance of establishing and sustaining business enterprises as source of job opportunities and financial freedomABM
ABM_AE12-Ie-h-412Explainsthe law of supply and demand, and how equilibrium price and quantity are determinedABM
ABM_BF12-IIIa-112Explainsthe major role of financial management and the different individuals involvedABM
ABM_BF12-IIIg-h-2212Explainsthe risk-return trade-offABM
ABM_BF12-IIIc-d-1212Explainstools in managing cash , receivables, and inventoryABM
ABM_BES12-Ia-c-412FormulatesrecommendationsABM
ABM_AE12II-e-g-1312Formulatesrecommendations and strategies on how to minimize and maximize a business’s negative impact and positive impact, respectivelyABM
ABM_ESR12-IIIe-h-2.212Givesexamples of how belief systems affect business practicesABM
ABM_ESR12-IIIa-d-1.412Givesexamples of how fairness, accountability and transparency are practiced in business and non-profit organizationsABM
ABM_BF12-IVo-p-2712Givesexamples of sound practices in earning, spending, saving, and investing moneyABM
ABM_ESR12-IIIa-d-1.212Givesexamples of the forms of business organizationsABM
ABM_BES12-Ia-c-112Identifiespotential business opportunities to capitalize onABM
ABM_AE12-Ia-d-212Identifiesthe basic economic problems of the countryABM
ABM_FABM12-Ia-b-112Identifiesthe elements of the SFPABM
ABM_FABM12-Ic-d-512Identifiesthe elements of the Statement of Comprehensive Income (SCI)ABM
ABM_BF12-IIIc-d-1012Identifiesthe steps in the financial planning processABM
ABM_BF12-IIIe-f-1712Identifiesuses of fundsABM
ABM_AE12-IIa-d-912Identifies and explainsdifferent principles, tools and techniques in creating a businessABM
ABM_AE12II-e-g-1112Identifies and explainsthe various socioeconomic factors affecting business and industryABM
ABM_BF12-IIIc-d-1112Illustratesthe formula and format for the preparation of budgets and projected financial statementABM
ABM_BF12-IVo-p-2712Illustratesthe money management cycleABM
ABM_BF12-IIIe-f-1612Listsdown obligations of entrepreneurs to creditorsABM
ABM_BF12-IVm-n-2512Measures and listsways to minimize or reduce investment risks in simple case problemsABM
ABM_ESR12-IVi-l-3.312Observes and promotespolicies and practices in environmental managementABM
ABM_BF12-IIIb-812Performsvertical and horizontal analyses of financial statements of a single proprietorshipABM
ABM_FABM12-Ig-h-1312Performsvertical and horizontal analyses of financial statements of a single proprietorshipABM
ABM_FABM12-If-1112Preparesa CFSABM
ABM_BES12-Id-j-c612Preparesa marketing plan that will describe the product offering , the value it brings to the consumer, and the subsequent tactical plan on how to reach consumers (4Ps), and conclude with a sales forecastABM
ABM_FABM12-Ie-912Preparesa Statement of Changes in Equity (SCE) for a single proprietorshipABM
ABM_BES12-Id-j-c-512Preparesa strategic plan outlining the competitive environment and focusing on the appropriate competition strategyABM
ABM_FABM12-Ic-d-612Preparesusing the single-step approachan SCIfor a service businessABM
ABM_FABM12-Ic-d-712Preparesusing the multistep approachan SCIfor a merchandising businessABM
ABM_FABM12-Ia-b-412Preparesusing the report form and the account form; with proper classification of items as current and noncurrentan SFPABM
ABM_BF12-IIIb-612Preparesfinancial statementsABM
ABM_FABM12-Ia-b-312Preparesthe SFP of a single proprietorshipABM
ABM_ESR12-IVi-l-3.512Providesevidence that ethical/social responsibility is profitable, i.e., makes good business senseABM
ABM_ESR12-IIIe-h-2.312Recommendsways of confronting ethical challenges in the business settingABM
ABM_BES12-Ia-c-112Scansthe marketABM
ABM_ESR12-IIIa-d-1.512Sharesobservations on business policies and practicesABM
ABM_ESR12-IIIa-d-1.312Showshow these organizations contribute to socioeconomic developmentABM
ABM_BES12-IIa-h-1012Simulates/ operatesa small business enterprise *(Model A) or in the community with an industry partnership *(Model B) of a Team of studentsABM
ABM_ESR12-IVm-p-4.312Suggestsinnovative ways of developing and introducing new productsABM
ABM_ESR12-IVi-l-3.112Suggestsways to enhance employer-employee relationship and encourage just and fair business policies and practices such as recruitment, promotion, retention, marketing and advertising, intellectual property rights, sources and uses of funds, and the likeABM
ABM_BES12-Ia-c-212Usesin choosing a product which is feasible in terms of the market, operations, and financialsappropriate analysis framework and methodologyABM
ABM_BES12-IId-j-1112Winds upa business enterpriseABM
AD_AEPAD12-If-612Analyzesdance studiesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-6712Analyzesthe different budget itemsArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Id-512Analyzesthe structural components of plays and performances from a variety of Asian theatrical traditionsArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ig-812Analyzesthe structural components of plays and performances from a variety of commercial/mainstream theatrical traditionsArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ie-612Analyzesthe structural components of plays and performances from a variety of Philippine theatrical traditionsArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-If-712Analyzesthe structural components of plays and performances from a variety of regional theatrical traditionsArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ic-412Analyzesthe structural components of plays and performances from a variety of western theatrical traditionsArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IVa-112Analyzesvarious types of dialogues in scriptsArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-IIg-h-1112Applieswhile deconstructing and reinventing two movement styles as they are merged into an original dance compositionchoreographic devicesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVa-512AppliesICT programs managing the arts (database, power point, graphics)Arts-Design
AD_EAP12VA-IIIc-j-212Applieslearned skills in producing art works for exhibition.Arts-Design
AD_ AEAP 12-I-IIc-j-612Appliesprofessional and ethic practices in the specific arts fieldArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIId-2812Appreciatescreative processes and creativity-inducing exercises in problem solving: unfreezing exercises, tableau exercisesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-5212Appreciates and distinguishesdifferent project typesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVj-3612Appreciates and nurturesaudience feedbackArts-Design
AD_AEPMU12-IIa-c-112Arrangesincorporating ICTexisting musical materialArts-Design
AD_DFI12-IVa-c-112Articulatesthe process of appropriation and integration of traditional and/or local art forms into his/her own art workArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IVg-h-512Assessesthrough workshops, stage reading and other performancescriticism givenArts-Design
AD_PPD12-IIg-h-512Assessesthe safety and security of a particular creative work environmentArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-Ig-712Breaksthe story down into dance sections (beginning , middle, end)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-4312Builds and maintainspositive self image and relationships and workArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-4812Builds and maintainspositive self image and relationships and workArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-Ia-112ChannelsenergyArts-Design
AD_AEPMU12-Ia-112Choosesone ICT application in musicArts-Design
AD_AEPMU12-Ia-112Choosesone specializationArts-Design
AD_LMA12-0a-t-2712Chooses/selectsthe appropriate media to document eventArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1012Citesthe elements of arts as may be practiced in arts management (Ed Morato’s)  Arts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIb-d-412Collaborateswith other art disciplinesArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-IId-f-1112Collaboratesemphasizing respect and consideration toward each otherwith peersArts-Design
AD_LMA12-0a-t-2612Colllectsfor documentationdataArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-5912Communicateswith the production staffArts-Design
AD_AEDLA12-Ia-212Comparesfrom various literary works, approaches and techniquesideasArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IIIa-c-212Comparesfrom various literary works as well as approaches and techniques in playwritingideasArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IIId-312Compares and contraststhe text of a play vs. a play as performed in the form of a written reviewArts-Design
AD_ AEAP 12-I-IIg-j-812Compilesthrough journal writing and portfolio makingmentoring processArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVe-2012Complieswith the lawsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-812Comprehendsthe demands of the Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) and ASEAN Qualifications Framework (AQF)Arts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIb-d-312Conceptualizesa chosen material for staging which may include reworking of a pre-existing material or creating an original pieceArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-Ig-712Conceptualizesa storyArts-Design
AD_DFI12-IIIa-c-112Conductsa research on cultural and artistic practices of his/her communityArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1312Conductscultural mapping (from Research 1 and 2 )Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVj-3512Conducts and reportsaudience surveysArts-Design
AD_AEPMU12-IId-j-212Conducts, sings or playsin various venueswith bands, vocal, or instrumental ensemblesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-6012Connectsto potential project resourcesproject requirementsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVf-i-2912Considersunforeseen problems/situations that may ariseArts-Design
AD_DFI12-IIIf-312Constructsbased on its culture and artsan identity of his/her communityArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-6712Costs outa production budgetArts-Design
AD_DFI12-IIId-e-212Createsa cultural map of his/her communityArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IVc-312Createsa storyboardArts-Design
AD_DFI12-IVd-j-212Createsa work of art/performance/creative event that addresses, tackles, or highlights local and national identity (i.e., exhibits, trade fairs, and arts and culture festivals)Arts-Design
AD_EPA12-IIg-j-512Createsan art work that applies the knowledge of their specializationArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-Ic-312Createsto understand their bodies, the space around them, and their relation to each otherbody movementsArts-Design
AD_AEDLA12-Ia-c-312Createsin fictioncharacter sketches, storyline, plot eventsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIId-2912Createsin problem-solving exercisesideas or solutionsArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIb-d-512Createsmusic , dance, and designs appropriate for the production conceptArts-Design
AD_EAP12VA-IIIa-b-112Definespresentation and exhibition conceptsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-5412Definesthe different types of projects of the different performing, visual, media art and design formsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1712Demonstratesan appreciation of arts and cultural organizationsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIId-3012Demonstratesawareness and appreciation of "opportunity-seeking" processes for product developmentArts-Design
AD_PPD12-IIa-b-112Demonstratesdifferent warm-ups and exercises for the performing artsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-3812Demonstratesdiscipline in handling finances of self: budgeting, savingsArts-Design
AD_PPD12-IIc-212Demonstratesexercises that are used to prevent injury and encourage professional longevityArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVj-3812Demonstratespositive attitude toward criticismsArts-Design
AD_DFI12-IIIg-412Describesin relation to community and nationa concept of selfArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIId-3212Describesthe elements in a project proposal, including the establishment of objectivesArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-IIg-712Describesby examining examples of designs in productionsthe use of technical theatrical elements (e.g. lighting, set, props, sound, multimedia, etc.)Arts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ib-212Describesthe use of the basic elements of theater in a variety of theatrical performancesArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ia-112Describesthe various theories explaining the emergence of drama as a distinct art formArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ib-312Describes and integratesin an improvised performancethe different theories and elements of theaterArts-Design
AD_PPD12-IIi-j-612Designsa hypothetical creative workplace that is hygienic and free of hazardous materialsArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIa-112Designsan organizational structure in a theater productionArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIe-j-912Designsthrough blockings and other appropriate techniques for staging and executionthe physical action and movement on stage of the theatrical performanceArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ii-912Designs and constructsconcepts for staging devised scene worksArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-612Determinesthe 4Ps of marketing-of-the-arts eventArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIc-2312Determinesthe different roles of artists and cultural workers of projects in the different art formsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIe-3412Determinesthe different stages of project planning for the performing arts, visual arts, and media art formsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-5012Developsa unified goal and commitment, collaborative environmentArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-4012Developsto maintain positive self-imageabilitiesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVf-i-3212Developsbasic communication and negotiation skills toward an environment of toleranceArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVe-2212Developsbasic understanding of the tax system and required government deductions (SSS, Philhealth, Pagibig)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVe-2412Developsgood personal work habitsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-5112Developsgood work habitsArts-Design
AD_AEDLA12-Ie-f-612Developsto write well-structured short stories and poemsideas from the prewriting planArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-4612Developsjob interview skills for the artsArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-Ia-112Developsphysical skillsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVj-3712Developspositive criticism skills for evaluation (objective and subjective)Arts-Design
AD_PPD12-Ih-412Developsproper personal hygieneArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVe-2312Developsstandards of excellence for his/her creationArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIe-j-812Developseither by way of text analysis or by engaging into stage experimentations and improvisationsthe initial part of theatrical performanceArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIe-j-1112Devisesmarketing strategies for productionArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ih-912Differentiatesby describing elements and conventions of staging and performancetheatrical formsArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ij-1012Directsbased on recognized scriptsscenesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-4912Discovershow each one’s work contributes to the individuals and to the organizationArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-4412Discovershow work contributes to individuals and to the organizationArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-412Discoversaccording to multiple intelligencesselfArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-5312Discoversthe different types of projects of the various art forms to the type of needs and availability of resourcesArts-Design
AD_DFI12-III-Ih-i-512Discusseswith peersissues arising from the experience of culture mappingArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-912Displaysa habit of striving for professional excellence (i.e., “pwede pa” instead of “pwede na)Arts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-IIa-112Distinguishesby demonstrating knowledge of personal space, experiences and emotion, creative movement, and voice quality while interacting with othersthe character, the actor, and the selfArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-2212Distinguishesthe different artists and cultural workers of projects of the different art/cultural formsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-6612Distinguishesthe different budget itemsArts-Design
AD_AEPMU12-Ib-h-212Documentsobservations of the chosen applicationArts-Design
AD_AEPMU12-Ib-h-212Documentsobservations of the chosen genreArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IVi-j-512Documentsthe performanceArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IIIe-g-412Draftsa one-act playArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-IIb-212Employsthrough various exercises in devising scene worksdifferent acting techniquesArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IVa-c-212Engages invarious free writing activitiesArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IIIa-d-412Engages invarious prewriting activities that enhance critical and creative writing skillsArts-Design
AD_AEDLA12-Ia-c-412Engages invarious prewriting and organizational strategies and toolsArts-Design
AD_EPA12-IIa-f-412Enhancesby introducing embellishment and improvisation as inspired by other art formsa given storyArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1812Enumeratesarts and cultural organizational structures, both contemporary and traditional formsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-2112Enumeratesdifferent traditional arts organizations ( i.e., Council of elders )Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIc-2512Establishesawareness appreciation of the roles of the human resource of the different traditional art and cultural formsArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ij-1112Evaluatesto determine aesthetic value in drama as affected by history, society, expressions, and representationssamples of playsArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IVi-j-412Evaluateson an individual and organizational levelthe whole learning experienceArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-612Exhibitsin attendance in class and other activities and in submission of requirementsArts-Design
AD_ AEAP 12-I-IIc-j-512Exhibitsthrough application of the correct principles and techniques in the production of projects under apprenticeshipa level of proficiencyArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVa-512Exhibitsawareness and understanding of technology in managing the arts (web, Internet, social media)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-212Exhibitsdiscipline (time, excellence, finance) and integrityArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-3712Explainsfiscal responsibility and accountabilityArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-1912Explainsthe appropriate ticket price for the particular event (fund raising, art for a cause)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1212Explainsthe importance of art and cultural forms in the communityArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-2012Explainsthe importance of arts organization in the communityArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-1712Explainsthe importance of conducting audience survey designArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIe-3312Explainsthe importance of project planning for arts organizationsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVa-412Explainsthe importance of technology in managing the artsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-512Explainsthe importance of time management in day-to-day lifeArts-Design
AD_ AEAP 12-I-IIa-b-212Explainsbased on history, sociocultural context, functions and uses through reportingthe meaning and significance of various visual arts, media arts and applied art formsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-112Explainsthe Personnel Development Course on knowing the selfArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1912Explains or citesthe contributions of national and local arts organizationsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVf-i-2812Explains/ compares/ contraststhe different management styles/skills of an arts eventArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-Ia-112Exploresthrough musicmovementArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-Ie-512Exploresusing improvisational techniques, collaborating with peers in the processmovementArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-Ih-IIb-812Exploreswith peers; using compositional elements together with available appropriate music to depict the story, and analyzing and refining the dancemovementArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-IIg-h-1112Exploresmovement styles from a Philippine folk dance (such as Maglalatik) and a popular dance (such as hip hop)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-1112Exploresthe different communication forms/orgs in the areaArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVe-2612Explores and improvesdecision making skillsArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IVa-g-112Finalizesthe integration of the different production componentsArts-Design
AD_AEDLA12-Ia-112Generatesfrom various literary works, approaches and techniquesideasArts-Design
AD_PPALA12-IIIa-c-112Generatesfrom various literary works as well as approaches and techniques in playwritingideasArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVe-2012Identifies(possible) violations in their communitiesArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIb-d-712Identifiesappropriate performance venueArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVe-2712Identifiesartists' managers/leaders in the school and in the communityArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ib-212Identifiesbasic elements of theaterArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-1812Identifiesbasic sales strategiesArts-Design
AD_EPA12-Ia-d-112Identifiesdifferent elements and principles of organization in the arts, its potential to express one’s feelings and ideas, and to create meanings in everyday objectsArts-Design
AD_PPD12-If-g-312Identifieshazardous materials used in art productionArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIe-3512Identifieskey stages/scheduled time frame of proposed project/arts eventArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-5812Identifiesphysical production requirements: production design (sets and props)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-5812Identifiesphysical production requirements: production venueArts-Design
AD_PPD12-Id-e-212Identifiespossible industry-related injuries and their causesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVa-312Identifiesproper technological programs to be used in the art eventArts-Design
AD_ AEAP 12-I-IIa-b-312Identifiesthrough a flowchart of the work process involved in the production projectsroles, responsibilities and the chain of accountability as an apprentice in the artsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-412Identifiesaccording to multiple intelligencesselfArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVa-212Identifiesthe appropriate technologies for certain management processes (i.e., typography, graphic design)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIId-3112Identifiesin problem solving exercisesthe different "opportunity seeking" processesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-1612Identifiesthe different audience survey designsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-812Identifiesthe different communication elements of Sender-Message-Channel-Receiver (SMCR )Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-712Identifiesthe different communication forms to promote art events: advertisementsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-712Identifiesthe different communication forms to promote art events: posters and tarpaulinsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-712Identifiesthe different communication forms to promote art events: print ads (flyers and invitations)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-6412Identifiesthe different type of materials/equipment used in each type of projectArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-6112Identifiesthe different types of materials/equipment used in each type of projectArts-Design
AD_AEAP12-I-IIa-b-112Identifiesthe individual artist/designer in the community who can train or mentor student-apprenticeArts-Design
AD_PPD12-Ia-c-112Identifiesthe parts of the body involved in the creation/performance of different art formsArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIa-212Identifiesby undergoing the process of a productionthe possible careers associated with the performing arts fieldArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-5612Identifiesthe uniqueness of the different cultural traditional formsArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IIIa-112Identifiesthe various departmentsArts-Design
AD_EPA12-Ie-j-212Identifies and analyzesthe elements and principles of organization in the arts (painting, print, photography, and other forms of two-dimensional art; sculpture, installation, and other forms of three-dimensional art; and architecture)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-1312Identifies and exploresthe different technologies to promote the art eventArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIa-712Identifies and practicesself improvement standardsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVe-2112Identifies and reports(possible) violations (in their communities) of basic constitutional rights: Freedom of Expression, Intellectual Property Rights, National Heritage Law, Indigenous People's Rights Law, Basic Taxation Systems (Income Tax, VAT, etc.)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-912Identifies and usesapplication of the appropriate communication forms/org to promote the art eventArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIc-2412Identifies, appreciates and understandsthe different traditional artists and cultural workers of the different cultural art formsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1412Identifies, enumerates and locatesdifferent Philippine organizations/content providers of art and cultural resources (libraries, sources, websites, etc.)Arts-Design
AD_PPA12-Iva-g-212Incorporatesfor production enhancementthe criticisms and proposalsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-4712Interactswith otherspositively and effectivelyArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-3912Isaccountable for the expensesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-6212Lists downthe types of art materials and equipment used in each type of projectArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-5712Makesa checklist of production requirements (both staffing and physical production requirements)Arts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1612Makesa list of groups or organizations in the creative industry value chain as well as core and related industriesArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIb-1512Makesa report on the basic output of the research/basic cultural mapping of arts and cultural organizations in the communityArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIg-j-6812Makesan expense-income financial reportArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IIIf-3912ManagesfundsArts-Design
AD_LMA12-IVb-d-1012Mapsthe available communication forms/organization in the areaArts-Design
AD_AEPMU12-Ii-j-312Organizesa compilation of the observationsArts-Design
AD_ AEAP 12-I-IIc-j-712Participatesunder apprenticeshipin the development of an artistic productArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-Ii-1012Performsa readers’ theater that will illustrate various characteristics of representative plays across history and culturesArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-IId-412Performswith an ensemble of actorsimprovised scenesArts-Design
AD_AEPTH12-IIc-312Performsscenes from recognized scriptsArts-Design
AD_PPA12-IVh-312Performswith a level of masteryArts-Design
AD_EAP12AA-IVe-h-212Plansexhibition spaceArts-Design
AD_AEPAD12-IIc-912Plans, designs and executesminimal sets, costumes, and props that are available in the localityArts-Design
AD_EPA12-IIa-f-312Portraysthrough integrated artistic storytelling using digital tools (i.e., digital story, animation, short film, shadow play)Philippine folk arts, chants and mythsArts-Design
AD_PPD12-Ii-j-512Practicesfirst aid measuresArts-Design
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PEH12FH-IIb-c-212Explainshow to optimize the energy systems for safe and improved performanceHealth-PE
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HUMSS_MCT12-Ic-e-212Explainsstrategic analysis and intuitive thinkingHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIe-f-5.312Explainsthat the core teaching of Christianity is the message that a loving God sent His begotten Son to redeem humankind from eternal damnationHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVe-12.312Explainsthat the core teaching of Confucianism is to be a “gentleman” by following the moral way consisting of the virtues of love, righteousness, wisdom, propriety, and loyalty in order to promote harmony in societyHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIj-II/IVa-8.312Explainsthat the core teaching of Hinduism is the attainment of liberation in the identification of Atman and Brahman through the Four YogasHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIg-h-6.312Explainsthat the core teaching of Islam is there is only one God and Muhammad is His final and greatest messengerHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVc-10.312Explainsthat the core teaching of Mahayana Buddhism is to seek complete enlightenment for the benefit of all living beings through insight and compassionHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVh-14.312Explainsthat the core teaching of Shintoism is to worship the ancestors and forces of nature to achieve harmony in all dimensionsHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVf-g-13.312Explainsthat the core teaching of Taoism is becoming one with “Tao”HSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVb-9.312Explainsthat the core teaching of Theravada Buddhism is that life is suffering; suffering is due to craving; there is a way to overcome craving; and the way to overcome craving is the Eight-fold Path, the Middle Way (between pleasure and mortification)HSS
HUMSS_MCT12-If-g-212Explainsthe comprehensive effects of globalizationHSS
HUMSS_PG12-IIe-1112Explainsthe contributions of civil society organizations and social movements to Philippine democracyHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IIIh-j-1212Explainsthe core values of community action initiativesHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ih-i-212Explainsthe effects of production and consumption patterns that contribute to the problem of climate changeHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-412Explainsthe importance of participation in democracyHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IIIa-c-112Explainsthe importance of studying community dynamics and community action in relation to applied social sciences and the learners’ career optionsHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ia-b-212Explainsthe process of how to spot a trendHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IVa-d-1712Explainsthe processes , methodologies, and approaches in applied social sciences related to community actionHSS
HUMSS_PG12-IIa-b-212Explainsthe roles and functions of the Local Government Unit (LGU)HSS
HUMSS_PG12-Ih-2412Explainsthe roles and powers of the Philippine presidentHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVh-14.212Explainswhy is it important for Japanese to worship godsHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIg-i-712Explainswhy the ranking of roles in the community is as suchHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-212Explains and analyzesthe reason for their preferencesHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-If-g-412Explains and demonstratesthe benefits of collaboration and cooperationHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ih-i-312Explains and illustratespersonal contributions that can actually solve the problem of climate changeHSS
HUMSS_PG12-Ia-312Exploresthe connection between the phenomenon (politics) and the method of inquiry (Political Science)HSS
HUMSS_CA12-Ia-d-512Fulfillsby performing assigned tasks and collaborating with team membersgroup goalsHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIc-3.412Gathersprint or web-based articles, photos, editorials, etc. showing the positive or negative effects of religionHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-612Generatesthe criteria to assess prevailing political and social institutionsHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.112Givesan example of a belief system or a worldviewHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVc-10.212Givesexamples of acts of generosity of Mahayana BuddhistsHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVe-12.212Givesexamples of acts showing filial piety in the family, community and societyHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVf-g-13.212Givesexamples of acts showing love and respect for nature and the environmentHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVb-9.212Givesexamples of situations that demonstrate cravings which may lead to suffering according to Theravada BuddhismHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-If-g-112Givesexamples of various activities in one’s daily life that show the concrete effects of globalizationHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIg-i-612Identifiesby creating a social map of their relationshipsthe significant social roles students play within the communityHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIId-4.212Identifiesa Jewish custom or tradition demonstrated in a movie (e.g. Fiddler in the Roof, Ten Commandments, Ben Hur)HSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIId-4.412Identifiesa story from the Old Testament that demonstrates the Jewish belief in one God (e.g. Story of Samson)HSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ij-3412Identifiescareer opportunities for communicators and journalistsHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ic-812Identifiescareer opportunities for counselorsHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-If-2112Identifiescareer opportunities for social workersHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIg-i-112Identifiesconnections , relationships, and networksHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IId-f-112Identifiesdimensions of technology that are enabling and not inhibitingHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ia-b-712Identifiesemerging patternsHSS
HUMSS_PG12-IIe-f-1612Identifiesissues related to political engagement and youth empowermentHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IId-g-912Identifiesopportunities to contribute to community development through solidarityHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ia-b-612Identifiesparts of a wholeHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-112Identifiespreferred democratic practicesHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-IIb-d-4312Identifiessituations that would require or necessitate the performance of the various functions in local/Philippine settingsHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ij-3312Identifiesspecific work areas in which communicators and journalists workHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ic-712Identifiesspecific work areas in which counselors workHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-If-2012Identifiesspecific work areas in which social workers workHSS
HUMSS_PG12-Ib-c-612Identifiesthe basic tenets of major political ideologies (i.e., liberalism, socialism, conservatism, etc.)HSS
HUMSS_PG12-IIa-b-112Identifiesthe different levels of the Philippine Local GovernmentHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ih-2812Identifiesthe goals and scope of communicationHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ib-312Identifiesthe goals and scope of counselingHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ie-1612Identifiesthe goals and scope of social workHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIj-II/IVa-8.212Identifiesthe names of the major Hindu deities as well as their corresponding functions or powersHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIc-3.112Identifiesthe positive and negative effects of religionsHSS
HUMSS_PG12-Ij-3112Identifiesthe roles and responsibilities of the Philippine JudiciaryHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-IIa-3912Identifiesthe settings in which communicators and journalists are foundHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Id-1212Identifiesthe settings in which counselors are foundHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ig-2612Identifiesthe settings in which social workers are foundHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVf-g-13.412Identifiesby making an inventory of personal belongings (e.g., things in the bedroom)the things she can do withoutHSS
HUMSS_PG12-IIc-d-712Identifiesthe types of electoral systemsHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVi-15.112Identifiesthe uniqueness and similarities of Confucianism, Taoism, and ShintoismHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVd-11.112Identifiesthe uniqueness and similarities of Hinduism, Theravada Buddhism and Mahayana BuddhismHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIi-7.112Identifiesthe uniqueness and similarities of Judaism, Christianity and IslamHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IId-f-412Identifiesusing strategic and intuitive thinkingthe weakest link in a systemHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-If-g-512Identifies and discussesthe different contributions of the parts to a wholeHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIg-i-212Illustrateshow the brain or neural network worksHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-312Illustratesthe benefits of democratic participationHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-IIa-4012Illustratesthe different processes and methods involved in undertaking communicationHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Id-1412Illustratesthe different processes and methods involved in undertaking counselingHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ig-2712Illustratesthe different processes and methods involved in undertaking social workHSS
HUMSS_PG12-IId-1512Illustratesthe value of citizenshipHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IV-e-h-2012Implementscommunity-action initiativesHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.312Infersthat: A belief system or worldview is a particular way of ordering the realities of one’s worldHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.312Infersthat: Religion is the pursuit of transformation guided by a sacred belief systemHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.312Infersthat: Spirituality involves a quest for the meaning and ultimate value of life as opposed to an instrumentalist or materialistic attitude to lifeHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.312Infersthat: Spirituality is one’s integrative view of life.HSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.312Infersthat: The elements of religion are: (a) reflect an effort to elevate their whole self to a higher dimension of existence, (b) a framework of transcendent beliefs, (c) text or scriptures, (d) rituals, and (e) sacred spaces (e.g., church, temple, mosque, syHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVh-14.412Interpretscreativelythe Kojiki creation storyHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIe-f-5.212Interpretsthe Parable of the Prodigal SonHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIe-f-5.412Interviewson why they are Christians and what beliefs and practices they adhere toa Christian parent or coupleHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIg-h-6.412Inviteswhen possiblea MuslimHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVi-15.312Justifiesthat Confucianism, Taoism, and Shintoism as East Asian religions/philosophies have largely influenced the world todayHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVd-11.312Justifiesthat Hinduism, Theravada Buddhism, and Mahayana Buddhism, as Vedic religions, have largely influenced the world todayHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIi-7.312Justifiesthat Judaism, Christianity and Islam, as monotheistic religions, have largely influenced the world todayHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIc-3.312Justifiesthat religion can have positive or negative effects on societyHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIId-4.312Justifiesthat the core teaching of Judaism is the covenant of one God with a chosen people vs. other people with many godsHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ih-i-112Listsactivities that exemplify care for the environmentHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ih-i-412Makesa stand on how the consequences of one’s action affect the lives of others and the environmentHSS
HUMSS_CA12-Ia-d-112Makesbased on sound criteriaappropriate decisions on how understanding of the key concepts, principles, and processes of humanities and social sciences shall be demonstratedHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IId-f-612Makes or proposesa creative intervention to improve human lifeHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVh-14.112Narratesthe Kojiki creation storyHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ia-b-412Points outthe elements that make up a trendHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVi-15.412Preparesa multimedia presentation on the perceptions of people from all walks of life on the doctrines of each of the three religionsHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.412Preparescharacter sketches of a person who is religious but not spiritualHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.412Preparescharacter sketches of a person who is spiritual but not religiousHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVe-12.412Presentsa character sketch of a person who personifies the Confucian virtuesHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ia-b-912Presentsthrough a 100-word essay or other graphic representationthe derived ideasHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IIIh-j-1312Promotesawareness of human rights in communities among the learnersHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVi-15.212Providesevidence that Confucianism, Taoism, and Shintoism share common traits in viewing nature and ancestorsHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVd-11.212Providesevidence that Hinduism, Theravada Buddhism, and Mahayana Buddhism share common roots from IndiaHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIi-7.212Providesevidence that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam share common roots from patriarch AbrahamHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIc-3.212Providesevidence that religion brought about an event in historyHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IIg-i-712Ranksin terms of significancethe roles in the communityHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIg-h-6.112Readspreferably from an English versionthe opening lines of Qur’anHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIe-f-5.112Recitesthe “Apostle’s Creed,” “The Lord’s Prayer,” or the BeatitudesHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIj-II/IVa-8.112Recitesthe creation story in Rig VedaHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIId-4.112Recitesthe Ten Commandments as stated in the Old Testament (Exodus 20)HSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IIIa-c-412Recognizesdiversities in communitiesHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IId-g-1012Recognizesthe importance of solidarity in sociopolitical processes in promoting national and global community developmentHSS
HUMSS_PG12-Id-1212Recognizesthe nature, dimensions, types, and consequences of powerHSS
HUMSS_PG12-Ia-412Recognizesthe value of politicsHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-IIId-g-712Recognizesthe value of undertaking community action modalitiesHSS
HUMSS_PG12-If-g-1912Relatesthe evolution of Philippine politics and governanceHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIg-h-6.212Retellsthe life and times of Prophet MuhammadHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ia-b-812Sees, discovers and differentiatesrelationships between causes and consequencesHSS
HUMSS_CA12-IIg-712Showcasesthrough an exhibitiontheir understanding of the key concepts, principles, and processes of humanities and social sciencesHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-If-1912Showsan understanding of the roles and functions of social workersHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-If-g-312Showsthe interconnectedness of peoples and nationsHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ij-3212Showsunderstanding of the roles and functions of communicators and journalistsHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ic-612Showsunderstanding of the roles and functions of counselorsHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVj-1612Simulatesa panel discussion of inter-religious dialogue that reflects: the meaning and ultimate value of life; how one is to relate to one’s self, family, society, and nature; the way to achieve personal happiness and fulfilmentHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIj-II/IVa-8.412Simulatesa particular yogaHSS
HUMSS_CA12-Ie-IIf-612Simulates, practices and appliesto prepare for the exhibit/exhibitionprevious learning on key concepts, principles, and processes of humanities and social sciencesHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVf-g-13.112Statesthat “Tao is the origin of all beings whose essence is nothing”HSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVb-9.112Statesthe Four Noble Truths and the Eight-fold PathHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVc-10.112Statesthe three levels of perfection of Mahayana Buddhism (moral discipline , cultivation of virtue, and altruistic conduct)HSS
HUMSS_MCT12-If-g-612Stressesthe important role of the creative imagination in putting together the various parts of a wholeHSS
HUMSS_CSC12-Ive-h-2212Synthesizesthe integrative experience of implementing community action initiativesHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-IIj-4612Synthesizesthe learning from the course and its applications to the learnerHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.312Understandsthat the elements of spirituality are: (a) holistic (fully integrated view to life), (b) quest for meaning (including the purpose of life), (c) quest for the sacred (beliefs about God), and (d) suggests a self-reflective existenceHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIa-1.312Understandsthat the worldview of each of the world’s major religions is critical in appreciating their rituals and practices. These worldviews are: All is one (Monistic); Many Gods (Polytheistic); One God (Monotheistic); No God (Atheistic)HSS
HUMSS_MCT12-Ic-e-412Usesin dealing with varied activitiesintuitive thinkingHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-IId-f-312Utilizeseffectivelytechnology rather than be enslaved by itHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-If-2212Valuesrights, responsibilities, and accountabilitiesHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ij-3512Valuesrights, responsibilities, and accountabilitiesHSS
HUMSS_DIASS12-Ic-912Valuesrights, responsibilities, and accountabilitiesHSS
HUMSS_CA12-Ia-d-312Writesa concept paper that will encapsulate their learning in humanities or social sciencesHSS
HUMSS_MCT12-If-g-812Writesa reflection essay on the insights generated from the map.HSS
HUMSS_WRB12-II/IVf-g-13.412Writesbased on the result of the inventorya reflection on TaoismHSS
HUMSS_WRB12-I/IIIj-II/IVa-8.412Writesa reflection paper on your insights on HinduismHSS
PMMS12ADSD-IIe-f-212Analyzesthe impact of drug and alcohol abuse and STD on relationships of people on boardMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIc-d-112Analyzesthe importance of good interpersonal relationships and teamworkMarSafe
PMMS12UTA-IIg-h-112Analyzesthe importance of maintaining good health in relation to requirements for fitness to shipboard workMarSafe
PMMS12UTA-IIi-j-212Analyzesthe importance of sleep, rest, diet, and work schedules in controlling fatigue at workMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIe-f-212Analyzesthe various ways through which a seafarer may acquire STDMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIe-f-212Analyzesthe various ways through which drug and alcohol abuse may occur among seafarersMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ig-i-212Applies and managesemergency First AidMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Id-2.112Definesfire hazardMarSafe
PMMS12CECB-IIb-212Demonstrateshow to achieve effective transmission of communicationMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ig-i-212Demonstrateshow to alert co-workers for assistance in an event of a medical emergency situationMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ie-312Demonstrateshow to extinguish extensive fire using a CO2 fire-extinguisherMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ie-312Demonstrateshow to extinguish small fire using water, sand, blanketMarSafe
PMMS12CECB-IIb-212Demonstratesthe use of effective communication on boardMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ie-312Describesthe basic concept of extinguishing fireMarSafe
PMMS12CECB-IIb-212Describesthe basic elements of communicationMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ic-112Describesthe classes of fireMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Id-2.112Describesthe conditions that predispose a situation to fire hazardMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ia-112Describesthe different emergency situationsMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIe-f-212Describesthe different kinds of sexually transmitted disease (STD)MarSafe
PMMS12TPPP-IIb-112Describesthe domain of marine pollutionMarSafe
PMMS12CEP-IIa-112Describesthe muster stationMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-If-112Describesthe parts of the human bodyMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ib-312Describesthe structure and contents of the survival craftMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ia-212Describesthe use of some common life saving appliancesMarSafe
PMMS12UTA-IIi-j-212Determinesthe hours of sleep and rest that control fatigue at workMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ig-i-212Determinesthe immediate measures to be undertaken in the event of an accident or medical emergencyMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ig-i-212Determinesthe nature, causes, and extent of injuriesMarSafe
PMMS12UTA-IIi-j-212Determinesthe ways to adapt to varying work schedules on board without adverse effects on one’s healthMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ib-312Differentiatesthe uses of lifeboat, life craft, and rescue boatMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Id-2.212Discussesgeneral safety practices that will prevent the occurrence of fireMarSafe
PMMS12OSWP-IIb-112Discussesthe precautions to be undertaken prior to entering enclosed spacesMarSafe
PMMS12CEP-IIa-212Distinguishesthe different emergency alarm signalsMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Id-2.212Emphasizesthe need for vigilance to minimize the risk of fireMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Id-2.212Explainsgeneral safety practicesMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ig-i-212Explainsthe principle of First Aid applicationMarSafe
PMMS12TPPP-IIb-112Explainsthe basic procedure for protecting the marine environmentMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ig-i-212Explainsthe care needed to prevent a medical condition from worsening, and promote recoveryMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIe-f-212Explainsthe dangers and consequences of drug and alcohol abuseMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIe-f-212Explainsthe dangers and consequences of STDsMarSafe
PMMS12CEP-IIa-112Explainsthe function of a muster station in case of emergencyMarSafe
PMMS12TPPP-IIb-212Explainsthe impact of marine pollutionMarSafe
PMMS12CECB-IIb-212Explainsthe importance of addressing the barriers in communicationMarSafe
PMMS12OSWP-IIb-112Explainsthe importance of adhering to safe working practices at all timeMarSafe
PMMS12UTA-IIi-j-212Explainsthe importance of diet to attain good health and control fatigueMarSafe
PMMS12UTA-IIg-h-112Explainsthe importance of nutrition, exercise, personal sanitation and hygiene, and healthy lifestyle to achieve fitness for shipboard workMarSafe
PMMS12OSWP-IIb-112Explainsthe importance of observing safe working practicesMarSafe
PMMS12CEP-IIa-112Explainsthe importance of the muster stationMarSafe
PMMS12CEP-IIa-312Explainsthe importance of training and drillsMarSafe
PMMS12TPPP-IIb-112Explainsthe legal requirements that protect the marine environmentMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIc-d-112Explainsthe measures that can be undertaken to improve interpersonal relationshipMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ig-i-212Explainsthe measures that should be considered during accidents or medical emergenciesMarSafe
PMMS12CEP-IIa-112Explainsthe procedure in different types of EmergencyMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIc-d-112Explainsthe social responsibility of crew to his ship, colleagues, company, himself, and to the marine environmentMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ie-312Explainsthe steps to be done upon discovery of fireMarSafe
PMMS12CEP-IIa-412Explainsthe use of internal communication system during emergencyMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ib-312Explainsthe use of survival crafts during ship abandonmentMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIc-d-112Explainsthe value of teamworkMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ia-112Identifiesemergency situationsMarSafe
PMMS12CECB-IIb-112Identifiesthe common SMCP terminologies used on boardMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ic-112Identifiesthe conditions required for fire to occurMarSafe
PMMS12TPPP-IIb-112Identifiesthe different types of marine pollutionMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ia-112Identifiesthe general emergency situations on BoardMarSafe
PMMS12OSWP-IIb-112Identifiesthe hazard when entering enclosed spacesMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Id-2.112Identifiesthe kinds of flammable MaterialsMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ia-212Identifiesthe kinds of life-saving appliancesMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Id-2.212Identifiesthe location of fire-fighting equipment and emergency escape routes on boardMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-If-112Identifiesthe parts of the human body susceptible to accident or injuryMarSafe
PMMS12OSWP-IIb-112Identifiesthe safety and protective devices against potential hazards available on boardMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ie-312Identifiesthe various fire-fighting agents or mediaMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ig-i-212Performsresuscitation procedure alone, and with a companion, taking into consideration the control of respiration, function of reclined position of head, mouth-to-mouth respiration, and mouth-to-nose respirationMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIe-f-212Preventsdrug and alcohol abuse and the occurrence of sexually transmitted diseasesMarSafe
PMMS12UTA-IIg-h-112Recognizeshealth and medical requirements for seafarersMarSafe
PMMS12DAAU-Ij-312Recognizesother medical emergencies on board shipsMarSafe
PMMS12ADSD-IIc-d-112Recognizesthe importance of respecting the culture and religious practices of seafarers on boardMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ic-112Recognizesthe nature of fireMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Id-2.112Relatesflammable materials to fire HazardMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ie-312Respondsto fire emergency situationsMarSafe
PMMS12DMSS-Ia-212Useslife-saving appliancesMarSafe
PMMS12CECB-IIb-112Usesmaritime terminologies for communication on board a shipMarSafe
PMMS12CECB-IIb-112Usesthe common terminologies in oral discourseMarSafe
TVL_MNW312CMCS-Ih-312Communicateswith the officer of the watch on matters relevant to watchkeeping dutiesNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-Ih-312Complieswith the ordersNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Definesharmful substances according to MARPOLNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-If-g-212Describesthe three major classes of external communicationNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Discussescompliance with legislative requirements for protection of the marine environmentNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-If-g-212Discussesessential equipment used for external communicationsNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Discussespollution control measures provided in the MARPOL 73/78 Convention for oil, noxious liquid substances, harmful substances in packaged form, sewage, garbage, and air pollutionNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMC-IIa-e-512Discussesrequired information to maintain a safe watchNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-Ia-e-112Discussesshipboard terms and definitionsNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Discussessources of marine pollutants from shipsNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Discussesthe impact of harmful substances on marine resourcesNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Discussesthe impact of marine pollution on the environmentNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMC-IIa-e-512Explainsbasic knowledge of deck watchkeepingNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-Ih-312Explainsperformance of duties of ratings and officers regarding watchkeeping dutiesNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Explainsspecial areas according to MARPOL 73/78NavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Explainsthe basic environmental protection proceduresNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMC-IIa-e-512Explainsthe information needed for a safe watchNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-Ii-j-412Explainsthe proper procedures to be observed in relieving, maintaining and handing over of a watchNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-Ii-j-412Observesproper procedures for the relief, maintenance, and handover of a watchNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Statesmarine pollution as international concernNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Statesthat for Annexes 1, 2,and 5, special areas are created where discharge of oil, noxious substances and garbage are prohibitedNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-IIf-j-612Statesthat ship crews found deliberately causing pollution may be fined or imprisoned or both when found guiltyNavWatch3
TVL_MNW312CMCS-If-g-212Usesappropriate internal communication and alarm systemsNavWatch3
CS_RS12-IIa-c-112Choosesappropriate quantitative research designRsrch1&2
CS_RS12-Id-e-612Citesbenefits and beneficiaries of studyRsrch1&2
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TVL_MSCS12OPH-IIIf-212Reportshealth condition and/or illness according to the ship’s policy and proceduresShipCS
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TVL_MSCS12PMHS-IVc-412ScrapestablewareShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PEWS-IIIi-212Sealswaste in accordance with MARPOL Annex VShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PMHS-IVc-412Securescleaned tableware in designated storage areaShipCS
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TVL_MSCS12RRWC-IIIa-112Seeksclarification from workplace supervisor on all occasions when any instruction/information is not clearShipCS
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TVL_MSCS12PEWS-IIIi-112Segregatessorted waste in designated bins/containers in accordance with relevant MARPOL regulations and proceduresShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PEWS-IIIi-112SegregateswasteShipCS
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TVL_MSCS12PMHS-IVa-212Servesprepared food according to ship’s service standardsShipCS
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TVL_MSCS12PMHS-IVa-112Sets uptableShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PMHS-IVa-112Sets uptableware according to ship’s table-setting standardsShipCS
TVL_MSCS12DWV-IIIc-412Sharescompany values/practices with co-workers using appropriate behavior and languageShipCS
TVL_MSCS12WWO-IIIb-212Sharesinformation relevant to work with team members to ensure designated goals are metShipCS
TVL_MSCS12WWME-IIIj-212Showsrespect for cultural and religious diversity in communication and interaction with the ship’s crewShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHP-IIId-112Sortsreusable and recyclable materials in accordance with company/office proceduresShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVh-412Sortssoiled linen/special laundry items according to ship’s laundry scheduleShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVe-112Sortssoiled linens and towels accordingly and ready these for laundryShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PMHS-IVc-412SortstablewareShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PEWS-IIIi-112Sortswaste based on relevant regulationsShipCS
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TVL_MSCS12PMHS-IVc-412StockstablewareShipCS
TVL_MSCS12OCHP-IIIh-112Storescatering equipment in accordance with ship’s standards and/or manufacturer’s instructionsShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVh-512Storescleaning materials and equipmentShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVh-512Storescleaning materials and equipment in the designated areas as per ship’s standardsShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PSSH-IIIg-212StoresfoodShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVg-312Storesgarbage according to typeShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVe-112Storesglasses, coffee cups, ashtrays, and utensilsShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVh-412Storeslinen/special laundry items according to typeShipCS
TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVf-212Strips and waxesdeck according to ship’s scheduleShipCS
TVL_MSCS12OCHP-IIIh-112Testscatering equipment for functionality and breakage in accordance with ship’s standards and/or manufacturer’s instructionsShipCS
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TVL_MSCS12PHS-IVe-112Vacuumsclean all carpeted areas in the cabinShipCS
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TVL_MSCS12PMHS-IVc-412Washesused tablewareShipCS
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SP_PRL12-Ia-t-212Carries outhealth and fitness evaluation of students or clientsSports
SP_APO12-IIa-t-512Conductspost-event evaluationSports
SP_PRO12-Ia-t-512Conductspost-event evaluationSports
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SP_APL12-IIa-t-112Demonstrateswhile performing leadership tasksappropriate personal, social, and ethical behaviorSports
SP_APO12-IIa-t-112Demonstrateswhile officiatingappropriate personal, social, and ethical behaviorSports
SP_PRC12-Ia-t-112Demonstrateswhile coachingappropriate personal, social, and ethical behaviorSports
SP_PRL12-Ia-t-112Demonstrateswhile performing leadership tasksappropriate personal, social, and ethical behaviorSports
SP_PRO12-Ia-t-112Demonstrateswhile officiatingappropriate personal, social, and ethical behaviorSports
SP_LS12-Ia-t-912Demonstratesbasic knowledge of first aid and/or initial assessment of common injuriesSports
SP_LS12-Ih-k-412Demonstratessafe and effective exercise/sports techniquesSports
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SP_PRA12-Ia-t-212Designsa personal training programSports
SP_APA12-IIa-t-212Designsa personal training programSports
SP_APL12-IIa-t-312Designs/ implements(for fitness leader)fitness programSports
SP_PRL12-Ia-t-312Designs/ implements(for fitness leader)fitness programSports
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SP_APA12-IIa-t-412Displaysimprovement of personal best performanceSports
SP_APC12-IIa-t-712Documentsplayer performance during games, progression toward goals, and strategies and tactics of opposing teamsSports
SP_PRC12-Ia-t-712Documentsplayer performance during games, progression toward goals, and strategies and tactics of opposing teamsSports
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SP_PRL12-Ia-t-812Employsmotivational techniques in promoting exercise adherence and enjoymentSports
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SP_PRA12-Ia-t-712Employsto cope with training and competition demandsstress management techniquesSports
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SP_APA12-IIa-t-312Exhibitsmastery of sports skillsSports
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SP_PRL12-Ia-t-512Exhibitsproficiency in exercise techniques or sports skillsSports
SP_LS12-Ic-g-312Explainsthe different components of an exercise programSports
SP_APL12-IIa-t-712Identifiesemerging trends in sports , fitness, and recreationSports
SP_PRL12-Ia-t-712Identifiesemerging trends in sports , fitness, and recreationSports
SP_APA12-IIa-t-612Identifiesemerging trends in trainingSports
SP_PRA12-Ia-t-612Identifiesemerging trends in trainingSports
SP_APC12-IIa-t-912Identifiesemerging trends in training and coachingSports
SP_PRC12-Ia-t-912Identifiesemerging trends in training and coachingSports
SP_LS12-Ia-t-812Identifiesexisting sports and recreation programs (summer camps, sports clinics, etc.)Sports
SP_APO12-IIa-t-612Identifiesrecent developments in officiating and emerging trends in tournament managementSports
SP_PRO12-Ia-t-612Identifiesrecent developments in officiating and emerging trends in tournament managementSports
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SP_PRO12-Ia-t-412Implementsa tournament planSports
SP_APL12-IIa-t-412Implements(for sports and recreation leader)an existing sports and recreation programSports
SP_PRL12-Ia-t-412Implements(for sports and recreation leader)an existing sports and recreation programSports
SP_APC12-IIa-t-612Implementstraining program designed by the coachSports
SP_PRC12-Ia-t-612Implementstraining program designed by the coachSports
SP_LS12-Il-t-612Monitorsfor safe and effective fitness performanceexercise intensitySports
SP_APC12-IIa-t-812Observesto prevent deconditioning of team members as a result of injurysafety practicesSports
SP_PRC12-Ia-t-812Observesto prevent deconditioning of team members as a result of injurysafety practicesSports
SP_LS12-Ia-112Practicesin the conduct of fitness, sports and recreation activitiesquality leadershipSports
SP_APC12-IIa-t-412Providesfor the coachassessment tools optionsSports
SP_PRC12-Ia-t-412Providesfor the coachassessment tools optionsSports
SP_PRA12-Ia-t-1012Realizesthrough participation in sportsone’s potentialSports
SP_APA12-IIa-t-1012Realizesthrough participation in sportsone’s potentialSports
SP_APC12-IIa-t-1112Realizesthrough sports participationone’s potential as a coachSports
SP_PRC12-Ia-t-1112Realizesthrough sports participationone’s potential as a coachSports
SP_APO12-IIa-t-812Realizesone’s potential as an official and tournament managerSports
SP_PRO12-Ia-t-812Realizesone’s potential as an official and tournament managerSports
SP_APL12-IIa-t-1012Realizesone’s potential in sports , fitness, and recreation leadershipSports
SP_PRL12-Ia-t-1012Realizesone’s potential in sports, fitness, and recreation leadershipSports
SP_APA12-IIa-t-912Realizesthe importance of having a positive attitude toward participation in sportsSports
SP_PRA12-Ia-t-912Realizesthe importance of having a positive attitude toward participation in sportsSports
SP_APL12-IIa-t-912Realizesthe importance of having a positive attitude toward participation in sports , fitness and recreationSports
SP_PRL12-Ia-t-912Realizesthe importance of having a positive attitude toward participation in sports , fitness, and recreationSports
SP_LS12-Ia-t-1112Realizesthe value of professional ethics, responsibilities, and standardsSports
SP_APO12-IIa-t-712Recognizesto achieve teamwork in carrying out a tournamentthe dynamics of working with the groupSports
SP_PRO12-Ia-t-712Recognizesto achieve teamwork in carrying out a tournamentthe dynamics of working with the groupSports
SP_APC12-IIa-t-1012Recommendspsychosocial strategies (goal setting , team-building activities, and stress management)Sports
SP_PRC12-Ia-t-1012Recommendspsychosocial strategies (goal setting , team-building activities, and stress management)Sports
SP_LS12-Ia-t-512Usesin delivering exercise/sports programs for an individual or groupappropriate cueing, motivation, instruction, and feedback and teaching techniquesSports
SP_APC12-IIa-t-212Utilizesduring games/ competitionsmanagement skillsSports
SP_PRO12-Ia-t-212Utilizesduring games/ competitionsmanagement skillsSports
SP_APO12-IIa-t-212Utilizesin officiating and tournament managementproper communication techniquesSports
SP_PRO12-Ia-t-212Utilizesin officiating and tournament managementproper communication techniquesSports
SP_LS12-Ia-t-1012Valuesthe importance of the basic principles and techniques of fitness, sports and recreation instructions, and leadership for delivering safe and effective exercise/sports and recreation programsSports
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STEM_RP12-IIa-e-912Analyzesdata obtained from the investigationSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-2112Analyzeswhen appropriatediscrepancies between experimental results and theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIf-4612Analyzeswhen appropriatediscrepancies between experimental results and theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-1912Analyzeswhen appropriatediscrepancies between experimental results and theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-2012Analyzeswhen appropriatediscrepancies between experimental results and theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5412Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-2112Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIf-4612Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIg-5212Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4812Analyzesappropriatelythe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ii-6412Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12MWS-IIe-3912Analyzesappropriatelythe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-1912Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-2012Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IId-3012Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-1212Analyzesthe dataSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Ie-3712Analyzesthe effect of fluid resistance on moving objectSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IIc-2612Analyzesusing energy and Newton’s 2nd law approachesthe motion of an oscillating systemSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4612Applieswhenever appropriate; to infer relations involving pressure, elevation, speed, and fluxBernoulli’s principle and continuity equationSTEM
STEM_GP12G-IIc-2112AppliesKepler’s third law of planetary motionSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Ie-3312Appliesto obtain quantitative and qualitative conclusions about the contact and noncontact forces acting on a body in equilibrium (1 lecture)Newton’s 1st lawSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Ie-3612Appliesto obtain quantitative and qualitative conclusions about the velocity and acceleration of one or more bodies, and the contact and noncontact forces acting on one or more bodiesNewton’s second law and kinematicsSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4312Appliesin analyzing fluids in various systemsPascal’s principleSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-712Appliesrotational kinetic energy formulaeSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVb-1512AppliesSnell’s LawSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4412Appliesthe concept of buoyancy and Archimedes’ principleSTEM
STEM_GP12Red-IIb-1912Appliesin physics problemsthe concept of gravitational potential energySTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ii-6112Appliesthe concept of restitution coefficient in collisionsSTEM
STEM_GP12MWS-IIe-3612Appliesthe condition for standing waves on a stringSTEM
STEM_GP12MWS-IIe-3412Appliesthe inverse-square relation between the intensity of waves and the distance from the sourceSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVb-1312Appliesthe Law of ReflectionSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVd-2812Appliesto discuss image formation by the eye, and correction of common vision defectsthe principles of geometric opticsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-3312Appliesto new situationsthe relationship charge = current x timeSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-3712Appliesto solve problemsthe relationship of the proportionality between resistance and the length and cross-sectional area of a wireSTEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVh-4312Appliesthe relativistic Doppler formulaSTEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVg-4112Appliesthe relativistic velocity addition formulaSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-612Appliesthe rotational kinematic relations for systems with constant angular accelerationsSTEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVg-4012Appliesthe time dilation and length contraction formulaeSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-1012Appliesthe torque-angular momentum relationSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-4512Appliesto obtain quantitative and qualitative conclusions regarding the work done, initial and final velocities, mass and kinetic energy of a systemthe work-energy theoremSTEM
STEM_GP12V-Ia-1112Calculatesdirections and magnitudes of vectorsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIb-1212Calculateselectric fluxSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-7112Calculatesentropy changes for various processes e.g., isothermal process, free expansion, constant pressure process, etc.STEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVg-4212Calculateskinetic energy, rest energy, momentum, and speed of objects moving with speeds comparable to the speed of lightSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIi-6512Calculatesusing Ampere’s Lawmagnetic fields for highly symmetric current configurationsSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-312Calculatesusing the definition of torque as a cross-productmagnitude and direction of torqueSTEM
STEM_GP12Red-IIb-2012Calculatesquantities related to planetary or satellite motionSTEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVh-i-4712Calculatesusing the concept of half-liferadioisotope activitySTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ic-2312Calculatesrange, time of flight, and maximum heights of projectilesSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIg-4912Calculatesusing Kirchhoff’s loop and junction rules (at most 2 loops only)the current and voltage through and across circuit elementsSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-If-4012Calculatesthe dot or scalar product of vectorsSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-6712Calculatesthe efficiency of a heat engineSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-1012Calculatesusing Coulomb’s law and the superposition principlethe electric field due to a system of point chargesSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-2012Calculatesgiven a mathematical function describing its potential in a region of spacethe electric field in the regionSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2412Calculatesthe equivalent capacitance of a network of capacitors connected in series/parallelSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIi-6312Calculatesthe force per unit length on a current carrying wire due to the magnetic field produced by other current-carrying wiresSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVa-412Calculatesusing Faraday’s Lawthe induced emf in a closed loop due to a time-varying magnetic fluxSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-1812Calculatesapplying Malus’s Lawthe intensity of the transmitted light after passing through a series of polarizersSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIi-6212Calculatesusing the superposition principlethe magnetic field due to one or more straight wire conductorsSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-112Calculates(1 lecture with exercises)the moment of inertia about a given axis of single-object and multiple-object systemsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-612Calculatesthe net electric force on a point charge exerted by a system of point chargesSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IIc-2712Calculatesthe period and the frequency of spring mass, simple pendulum, and physical pendulumSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IId-3312Calculateswith given tension, mass, and length; (1 lecture)the propagation speed, power transmitted by waves on a stringSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5212Calculatesvolume or length changes of solids due to changes in temperatureSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5512Carries outusing thermometersmeasurementsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVb-812Characterizesthe properties (stored energy and time-dependence of charges, currents, and voltages) of an LC circuitSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-1712Citesevidence that EM wave is a transverse wave (polarization)STEM
STEM_GP12N-Ie-3512Comparesthe magnitude of sought quantities such as frictional force, normal force, threshold angles for sliding, acceleration, etc.STEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVb-612Compares and contrastsalternating current (AC) and direct current (DC)STEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ii-6012Compares and contrastselastic and inelastic collisionsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVa-312Compares and contrastselectrostatic electric field and nonelectrostatic/induced electric fieldSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-6112Computesusing dW=PdV; (1 lecture)the work done by a gasSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ib-1612Constructsa velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time graphs, respectively, corresponding to a given position vs. time-graph and velocity vs. time graph and vice versaSTEM
STEM_GP12Kin-Ib-1212Convertsinto a mathematical descriptiona verbal description of a physical situation involving uniform acceleration in one dimensionSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5012Convertstemperatures and temperature differences in the following scales: Fahrenheit, Celsius, KelvinSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ic-2212Deducesthe consequences of the independence of vertical and horizontal components of projectile motionSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2312Deducesthe effects of simple capacitors (e.g., parallel-plate , spherical, cylindrical) on the capacitance , charge, and potential difference when the size, potential difference, or charge is changedSTEM
STEM_RP12IIf-j -1312Defendsbefore a panelthe science projectSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5112Definescoefficient of thermal expansionSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5112Definescoefficient of volume expansionSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-3912Defineselectromotive force (emf) as the work done by a source in driving a unit charge around a complete circuitSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Id-2812Definesinertial frames of referenceSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IId-3112Definesmechanical wave , longitudinal wave, transverse wave, periodic wave, and sinusoidal waveSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-If-4212Defineswork as a scalar or dot product of force and displacementSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-712Describesan electric field as a region in which an electric charge experiences a forceSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-112Describesusing a diagramcharging by rubbing and charging by inductionSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-312Describesto show electrostatic charging by inductionexperimentsSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ic-2012Describesusing the concept of relative velocities in 1D and 2DmotionSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-6812Describesreversible and irreversible processesSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-412Describesusing vectorsrotational quantitiesSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-3612Describesin terms of resistivity and conductivitythe ability of a material to conduct currentSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-7212Describesthe Carnot cycleSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IId-2912Describesthe conditions for resonanceSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVa-512Describesusing Lenz’s Lawthe direction of the induced electric field, magnetic field, and current on a conducting/nonconducting loopSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-3512Describesthe effect of temperature increase on the resistance of a metallic conductorSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2912Describesthe effects of inserting dielectric materials on the capacitance of a capacitorSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2912Describesthe effects of inserting dielectric materials on the charge of a capacitorSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2912Describesthe effects of inserting dielectric materials on the electric field of a capacitorSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIg-5012Describesthe initial, transient, and steady state behavior of current, potential, and charge in a capacitor that is either charging or dischargingSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIh-5312Describesthe interaction between poles of magnetsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIh-5812Describesin terms of its speed, acceleration, cyclotron radius, cyclotron frequency, and kinetic energythe motion of a charged particle in a magnetic fieldSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-4312Describesthe physiological effects of electrical shock; electrical hazards; safety devices and proceduresSTEM
STEM_GP12MWS-IIe-3512Describesqualitatively and quantitativelythe superposition of wavesSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-612Designsa strategy or sequence of steps that will address the scientific question at handSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-912Determinesangular momentum of different systemsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVf-3212Determinesemphasizing the properties of a laser (as a monochromatic and coherent light source)the conditions (superposition, path and phase difference, polarization, amplitude) for interference to occurSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-1712Determinesthe electric potential function at any point due to highly symmetric continuous-charge distributionsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2812Determinesthe energy density and the energy field inside a capacitor with a given configurationSTEM
STEM_GP12Red-IIb-1712Determinesgiven a system of point massesthe net gravitational force on a massSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2612Determinesgiven the geometry and the potential difference across the capacitorthe potential energy stored inside the capacitorSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-4212DeterminesGiven an emf source connected to a resistorthe power supplied or dissipated by each element in a circuitSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2512Determinesgiven the capacitors connected in series/parallelthe total charge, the charge on, and the potential difference across each capacitor in the networkSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVd-2712Determinesgraphically and mathematicallythe type (virtual/real), magnification, location, and orientation of image of a point and extended object produced by a lens or series of lensesSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVd-2412Determinesgraphically and mathematicallythe type (virtual/real), magnification, location, and orientation of image of a point and extended object produced by a plane or spherical mirrorSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVd-2512Determinesgraphically and mathematicallythe type (virtual/real), magnification, location/ apparent depth, and orientation of image of a point and extended object produced by a flat and spherical surface or interface separating two optical mediaSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-If-4112Determinesthe work done by a force (not necessarily constant) acting on a systemSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-512Determineswhether a system is in static equilibrium or notSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-5412Determinesbefore and after description of a physical systemwhether or not energy conservation is applicable in a given exampleSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-812Developsthe criteria that will address the completeness of the data collection methodSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVd-2612Differentiatesa converging lens from a diverging lensSTEM
STEM_GP12EU-Ia-212Differentiatesaccuracy from precisionSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-212Differentiatesapplied and basic research problemsSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ih-5612Differentiatescenter of mass and geometric centerSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Id-2912Differentiatescontact and noncontact forcesSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIh-5412Differentiateselectric interactions from magnetic interactionsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-4012Differentiatesemf of a source and potential difference (PD) across a circuitSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-3812Differentiatesin terms of their I-V curvesohmic and non-ohmic materialsSTEM
STEM_GP12EU-Ia-312Differentiatesrandom errors from systematic errorsSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-6312Differentiatesthe following thermodynamic processes: isochoric , isobaric, isothermal, adiabatic, and cyclicSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Ie-3412Differentiatesthe properties of static friction and kinetic frictionSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IId-2812Differentiatesunderdamped, overdamped, and critically damped motionSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ic-2412Differentiatesuniform and non-uniform circular motionSTEM
STEM_GP12V-Ia-812Differentiatesvector and scalar quantitiesSTEM
STEM_GP12Red-IIb-1812Discussesthe physical significance of gravitational fieldSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-5912Distinguishesamong system, wall and surroundingsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-3212Distinguishesbetween conventional current and electron flowSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Id-3012Distinguishesbetween mass and weightSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIf-4712Drawscircuit diagrams with power sources (cell or battery), switches, lamps, resistors (fixed and variable) fuses, ammeters and voltmetersSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-812Drawselectric field patterns due to systems with isolated point chargesSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Id-3212Drawsfree-body diagramsSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-1012Drawslogical conclusions supported by processed dataSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIh-5712Drawsthe magnetic field pattern around a bar magnet and between the poles of two bar magnetsSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-7212Enumeratesthe processes involved in the Carnot cycleSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-5712Enumeratesthe properties of an ideal gasSTEM
STEM_GP12EU-Ia-512Estimatesusing varianceerrors from multiple measurements of a physical quantitySTEM
STEM_GP12EU-Ia-712Estimatesusing the “eyeball method” and/or linear regression formulaeintercepts and slopes—and their uncertainties—in experimental data with linear dependenceSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Id-2712Estimatesthe influence of the identified error sources on final resultsSTEM
STEM_GP12EU-Ia-612Estimatesfrom the estimated values and uncertainties of directly measured quantitiesthe uncertainty of a derived quantitySTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIg-4812Evaluatesthe equivalent resistance, current, and voltage in a given network of resistors connected in series and/or parallelSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIh-6012Evaluatesthe magnetic field vector at a given point in space due to a moving point charge , an infinitesimal current element, or a straight current-carrying conductorSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIi-6412Evaluatesthe magnetic field vector at any point along the axis of a circular current loopSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIh-5912Evaluatesthe magnetic force on an arbitrary wire segment placed in a uniform magnetic fieldSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-1612Evaluatesthe potential at any point in a region containing point chargesSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIh-5512Evaluatesthe total magnetic flux through an open surfaceSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVb-1612Explainsby relating to Snell’s Lawthe phenomenon of dispersionSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-6912Explainshow entropy is a measure of disorderSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVd-2212Explainsimage formation as an application of reflection , refraction, and paraxial approximationSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVb-1412Explainsthe conditions for total internal reflectionSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-4912Explainsthe connection between the Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics, temperature, thermal equilibrium, and temperature scalesSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4512Explainsthe limitations of and the assumptions underlying Bernoulli’s principle and the continuity equationSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ih-5912Explainsthe necessary conditions for conservation of linear momentum to be valid.STEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVh-4512Explainsusing the idea of light quanta or photonsthe photoelectric effectSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-5012Explainsthe properties and the effects of conservative forcesSTEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVh-4612Explainsqualitatively; using the concept of energy levelsthe properties of atomic emission and absorption spectraSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-212Explainsthe role of electron transfer in electrostatic charging by rubbingSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIh-5612Explainswhy the magnetic flux on a closed surface is zeroSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-212Exploitsanalogies between pure translational motion and pure rotational motion to infer rotational motion equations (e.g., rotational kinematic equations, rotational kinetic energy, torque-angular acceleration relation)STEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-5212Expressesverbally and mathematicallythe conservation of energySTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ic-2112Extendsto 2D and 3D; using vector representationthe definition of position, velocity, and accelerationSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-512Formulatesin the case of mathematics researchconjectures about the mathematical problem or topicSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-512Formulatespossible outcomes of the investigationSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-112Identifiesa scientific problem or questionSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Id-3112Identifiesaction-reaction pairsSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-5112Identifiesconservative and nonconservative forcesSTEM
STEM_GP12MWS-IIe-3912Identifieswhen appropriatedeviations from theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5412Identifieswhen appropriatedeviations from theoretical expectations (such as thermal expansion and modes of heat transfer)STEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-2112Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between experimental results and theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIf-4612Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between experimental results and theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-1912Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between experimental results and theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-2012Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between experimental results and theoretical expectationsSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4812Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between theoretical expectations and experimental resultsSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ii-6412Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between theoretical expectations and experimental resultsSTEM
STEM_GP12N-If-3912Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between theoretical expectations and experimental resultsSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IId-3012Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between theoretical expectations and experimental resultsSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-1212Identifieswhen appropriatediscrepancies between theoretical expectations and experimental resultsSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Id-2712Identifieserror sourcesSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVa-112Identifiesthe factors that affect the magnitude of the induced emf and the magnitude and direction of the induced current (Faraday’s Law)STEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-7212Illustrateson a PV diagramthe Carnot cycleSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ic-2512Infersquantities associated with circular motion such as tangential velocity, centripetal acceleration, tangential acceleration, radius of curvatureSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IId-3212InfersFrom a given sinusoidal wave functionthe (speed, wavelength, frequency, period, direction, and wave number)STEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-1812Infersgiven the equipotential linesthe direction and strength of electric field vector, nature of the electric field sources, and electrostatic potential surfacesSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-1912Infersthe distribution of charges at the surface of an arbitrarily shaped conductorSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ib-1412Interpretsdisplacement and velocity, respectively, as areas under velocity vs. time and acceleration vs. time curvesSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-6012InterpretsPV diagrams of a thermodynamic processSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-If-4312Interpretsthe work done by a force in one-dimension as an area under a Force vs. Position curveSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ib-1512Interpretsvelocity and acceleration, respectively, as slopes of position vs. time and velocity vs. time curvesSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-1112Makesrecommendations that are relevant to the studySTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Id-2712Minimizesthe influence of error sourcesSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVb-1012NarratesMaxwell’s line of reasoning in linking EM to lightSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVb-1112Narratesthe story behind Hertz’s experimentsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVf-3112Narratesthe story behind Young’s Two-slit experiments (wave versus particle)STEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-4512Operatesdevices for measuring currents and voltagesSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5412Performsan experiment investigating factors that affect thermal energy transferSTEM
STEM_GP12MWS-IIe-3912Performsan experiment investigating the properties of sound wavesSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4812Performsan experiment involving either Continuity and Bernoulli’s equation or buoyancySTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-2112Performsan experiment involving electric fields and equipotential linesSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ii-6412Performsan experiment involving energy and momentum conservationSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IId-3012Performsan experiment involving periodic motionSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-1212Performsan experiment involving static equilibriumSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVb-912Performsdemonstrations involving magnetic induction in contexts such as, but not limited to, power generation , transformers, radio tuning, magnet falling in a copper pipe, and jumping ringsSTEM
STEM_GP12N-If-3912Plans and executesan experiment involving forces (e.g., force table , friction board, terminal velocity)STEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Id-2712Plans and executesan experiment involving projectile motionSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIf-4612Plans and performsan experiment involving ohmic and non-ohmic materialsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-2012Plans and performsan experiment involving optical polarizationSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-1912Plans and performsan experiment involving ray opticsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIg-5212Plans and performsexperiment involving batteries and resistors in one or more electric circuitsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-512Predictscharge distributions, and the resulting attraction or repulsion, in a system of charged insulators and conductorsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-1112Predictshe trajectory of a point charge in a uniform electric fieldSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ii-6212Predictsmotion of constituent particles for different types of collisions (e.g., elastic, inelastic)STEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-2712Predictsthe effects on the final potential difference and change in potential energy of a capacitor when either the geometry or charge is changedSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVf-3412Predictsbased on their thickness, index of refraction, and wavelength of illuminationthe occurrence of constructive and destructive reflection from thin filmsSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IIc-2512Recognizesthe necessary conditions for an object to undergo simple harmonic motionSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-1112Recognizeswhether angular momentum is conserved or not over various time intervals in a given systemSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ib-1312Recognizeswhether or not a physical situation involves constant velocity or constant accelerationSTEM
STEM_GP12PM-IIc-2412Relatesamplitude, frequency, angular frequency, period, displacement, velocity, and acceleration of oscillating systemsSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4012Relatesto each otherdensity, specific gravity, mass, and volumeSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVa-212Relatesto a given experimentFaraday’s experimentsSTEM
STEM_GP12G-IIc-2212Relatesto Newton’s law of gravitation and centripetal accelerationKepler’s third law of planetary motionSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVa-212Relatesto a given experimentMaxwell’s evaluationSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-4712Relatesto work, energy, force, and velocitypowerSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4112Relatesto area and forcepressureSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4212Relatesto fluid density and depthpressureSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVd-2312Relatesto image and object distance and sizesproperties of mirrors and lenses (radii of curvature , focal length, index of refraction [for lenses])STEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-3412Relatesto electrical current and current densitythe drift velocity of a collection of charged particlesSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-4912Relatesto the configuration of the systemthe elastic potential energy of a system or objectSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIb-1512Relateswith work, potential energy, and electric fieldthe electric potentialSTEM
STEM_GP12MWS-IIe-3712Relateswith the motion of the source and the listenerthe frequency (source dependent) and wavelength of soundSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVf-3512Relatesto the properties of the diffraction pattern (width, location, and intensity of the fringes)the geometry of the diffraction experiment setup (slit size , and screen-to-slit distance) and properties of light (wavelength)STEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVf-3312Relatesto the properties of the interference pattern (width, location, and intensity)the geometry of the two-slit experiment set up (slit separation , and screen-to-slit distance) and properties of light (wavelength)STEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-4812Relatesto the configuration of the systemthe gravitational potential energy of a system or objectSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ih-5812Relatesthe momentum, impulse, force, and time of contact in a systemSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ih-5712Relatesto the momentum and net external force acting on the systemthe motion of center of mass of a systemSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVb-1212Relatesthe properties of EM wave (wavelength , frequency, speed) and the properties of vacuum and optical medium (permittivity, permeability, and index of refraction)STEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-4412Relatesto the change in kinetic energy of a systemthe work done by a constant forceSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-4612Representsgraphicallythe work-energy theoremSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-412Reviews, digests and statesconciselythe relevance of the studies citedSTEM
STEM_GP12V-Ia-1012Rewritesin component forma vectorSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-712Selectsappropriate methods of data collectionSTEM
STEM_RP12-IIa-e-312Setsselection criteria for studies relevant to a chosen scientific problemSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-6312Showson a PV diagramthe following thermodynamic processes: isochoric , isobaric, isothermal, adiabatic, and cyclicSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ib-1712Solvesfor unknown quantities in equations involving one-dimensional uniformly accelerated motionSTEM
STEM_GP12G-IIc-2312Solvesgravity-related problems in contexts such as, but not limited to, inferring the mass of the Earth, inferring the mass of Jupiter from the motion of its moons, and calculating escape speeds from the Earth and from the solar systemSTEM
STEM_GP12EU-Ia-112Solvesmeasurement problems involving conversion of units, expression of measurements in scientific notationSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIj-6712Solvesusing theoretical and experimental approachesmulticoncept, rich-context problems in electricity and magnetismSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIh-5612Solvesusing the Stefan-Boltzmann law and the heat current formula for radiation and conductionproblemsSTEM
STEM_GP12N-Ie-3812Solvesusing Newton’s Laws of motionproblems in contexts such as, but not limited to, ropes and pulleys, the design of mobile sculptures, transport of loads on conveyor belts, force needed to move stalled vehicles, determination of safe driving speeds on banked curved roadsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVe-2912Solvesproblems in geometric optics in contexts such as, but not limited to, depth perception, microscopes, telescopes, and the correction of vision defectsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIId-3012Solvesproblems involving capacitors and dielectrics in contexts such as, but not limited to, charged plates, electroscopes, batteries, camera flashlamps, Geiger counters, and coaxial cablesSTEM
STEM_GP12MMIC-Ii-6312Solvesproblems involving center of mass, impulse, and momentum in contexts such as, but not limited to, rocket motion, vehicle collisions, and ping-pongSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-4412Solvesproblems involving current, resistivity, resistance, and Ohm’s law in contexts such as, but not limited to, batteries and bulbs, household wiring, selection of fuses, and accumulation of surface charge in the junction between wires made of different materSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIb-1412Solvesproblems involving electric charges, dipoles, forces, fields, and flux in contexts such as, but not limited to, systems of point charges, classical models of the atom, electrical breakdown of air, charged pendulums, control of electron and proton beams,STEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIc-2212Solvesproblems involving electric potential energy and electric potentials in contexts such as, but not limited to, electron guns in CRT TV picture tubes, conditions for merging of charge liquid drops, and Van de Graaff generatorsSTEM
STEM_GP12FM-IIf-4712Solvesproblems involving fluids in contexts such as, but not limited to, floating and sinking, swimming, Magdeburg hemispheres, boat design, hydraulic devices, and balloon flightSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-5812Solvesproblems involving ideal gas equations in contexts such as, but not limited to, the design of metal containers for compressed gasesSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVf-g-3612Solvesusing concepts such as optical path length, phase difference, and path differenceproblems involving interference and diffractionSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIi-6612Solvesproblems involving magnetic fields, forces due to magnetic fields and the motion of charges and current-carrying wires in contexts such as, but not limited to, determining the strength of Earth’s magnetic field, cyclotrons, mass spectrometers, and solenoiSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ib-1912Solvesproblems involving one-dimensional motion with constant acceleration in contexts such as, but not limited to, the “tail-gating phenomenon” , pursuit, rocket launch, and free-fall problemsSTEM
STEM_GP12OPT-IVc-2112Solvesproblems involving reflection, refraction, dispersion, and polarization in contexts such as, but not limited to, (polarizing) sunglasses, atmospheric haloes, and rainbowsSTEM
STEM_GP12MWS-IIe-3812Solvesproblems involving sound and mechanical waves in contexts such as, but not limited to, echolocation, musical instruments, ambulance soundsSTEM
STEM_GP12TH-IIg-5312Solvesproblems involving temperature, thermal expansion, heat capacity,heat transfer, and thermal equilibrium in contexts such as, but not limited to, the design of bridges and train rails using steel, relative severity of steam burns and water burns, thermalSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-6512Solvesproblems involving the application of the First Law of Thermodynamics in contexts such as, but not limited to, the boiling of water, cooling a room with an air conditioner, diesel engines, and gases in containers with pistonsSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-7412Solvesproblems involving the application of the Second Law of Thermodynamics in context such as, but not limited to, heat engines, heat pumps, internal combustion engines, refrigerators, and fuel economySTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIg-5112Solvesproblems involving the calculation of currents in circuits consisting of batteries , resistors, and capacitorsSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ic-2612Solvesproblems involving two dimensional motion in contexts such as, but not limited to ledge jumping, movie stunts, basketball, safe locations during firework displays, and Ferris wheelsSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ih-i-5512Solvesproblems involving work, energy, and power in contexts such as, but not limited to, bungee jumping, design of roller-coasters, number of people required to build structures such as the Great Pyramids and the rice terraces; power and energy requirementsSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-1312Solvesrotational kinematics and dynamics problems, in contexts such as, but not limited to, flywheels as energy storage devices, and spinning hard drivesSTEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVh-4412Solvessimple problems in special relativity involving time dilation , length contraction, principle of invariance, mass-energy relation, relativistic velocity addition, and relativistic momentumSTEM
STEM_GP12RED-IIa-812Solvesstatic equilibrium problems in contexts such as, but not limited to, see-saws, mobiles, cable-hinge-strut system, leaning ladders, and weighing a heavy suitcase using a small bathroom scaleSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-7312StatesCarnot’s theoremSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-6212Statesthrough the First Law of Thermodynamicsrelationship between changes in internal energy, work done, and thermal energy suppliedSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-412Statesthat there are positive and negative charges, and that charge is measured in coulombsSTEM
STEM_GP12MP-IVg-3912Statesthe postulates of Special Relativity and their consequencesSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-7012Statesthe Second Law of ThermodynamicsSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IVb-712Usesto draw conclusions about the properties of LC circuitsanalogies with the spring-mass systemSTEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIi-7312Usesto calculate the maximum possible efficiency of a heat engineCarnot’s theoremSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIb-1312Usesto infer electric field due to uniformly distributed charges on long wires, spheres, and large platesGauss’s lawSTEM
STEM_GP12G-IIb-1612Usesto infer gravitational force, weight, and acceleration due to gravityNewton’s law of gravitationSTEM
STEM_GP12WE-Ig-5312Usesto infer force; stable, unstable, and neutral equilibria; and turning pointspotential energy diagramsSTEM
STEM_GP12KIN-Ib-1812Usesin free-fall problemsthe fact that the magnitude of acceleration due to gravity on the Earth’s surface is nearly constant and approximately 9.8 m/s2STEM
STEM_GP12GLT-IIh-6412Usesin combination with the known properties of adiabatic, isothermal, isobaric, and isochoric processesthe First Law of ThermodynamicsSTEM
STEM_GP12EU-Ia-412Usesto estimate errors associated with single measurementsthe least count conceptSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIa-912Usesin calculationsthe relationship between the electric field and the electric force on a test chargeSTEM
STEM_GP12EM-IIIe-4112Usesto solve problemsthe the relationship R = V/ISTEM
STEM_RP12IIf-j -1212Writesa complete scientific report/paperSTEM

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