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Session 6 : Developing Multi-Literacies in Science and English

Activity Sheet 1
Write Five adjectives you associate with Generation Z
Session 6 : Developing Multi-Literacies in Science and English
Activity Sheet 2 The Feels
Choose an emoticon of how you feel towards the 21st Century education and explain why.

Reason:
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Activity Sheet 3
21st Century Educator Checklist of TPACK Competencies
INSTRUCTIONS: The following are required technology skills of teachers in the 21st century. Rate
yourself. Shade  If you have the skill. Shade  if you don’t have the skill.

Technology Skills in the Classroom


1. I can search the web efficiently.
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2. I can use Microsoft Office and Basic Word Processing with
mastery.  
3. I can learn new technology with enthusiasm.
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4. I can connect through social media.
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5. I can share and collaborate online actively.
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6. I can use mobile apps as tools in the classroom efficiently.
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7. I can write and send emails effectively.
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8. I can present my clearly ideas with presentation softwares.
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9. I can use Google apps appropriately.
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10. I can use the cloud to store and access materials.
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11. I can interact on the web with proper netiquette.
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12. I can search web resources with authentic information.
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13. I can facilitate blended learning instruction.
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14. I can source appropriate web resources for classroom
instruction.  
15. I can cite web resources with copyright.
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16. I can creatively create, edit and share multimedia content.
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17. I can curate and share educational resources.
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18. I can effectively set up digital presence of my class.
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19. I can establish membership in Personal Learning Network
(PLN) with other educators.  
20. I can leverage the use of social media in my professional
development.  
Session 6 : Developing Multi-Literacies in Science and English
ACTIVITY SHEET 4 (English)
21 Century Skills Identification Map- Junior High School English
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K TO 12 LEARNING COMPETENCIES Target Literacy SAMPLE TASK


FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
ENGLISH
Grade 10
Differentiate formal from informal definitions
of words.
Grade 7
Observe correct subject-verb agreement.
Grade 9
Draw generalizations and conclusions from the
material viewed.
Grade 8
Organize ideas in one-step word, phrase, and
sentence outline forms.
Grade 10
React to the falsity or soundness of an argument
Grade 9
Distinguish between and among informative,
journalistic, and literary writing.
Grade 8
Distinguish between and among verbal,
situational, and dramatic types of irony and give
examples of each.
Grade 10
Show respect for intellectual property rights by
acknowledging citations made in the critique.
Grade 7
Transcode orally and in writing the information
presented in diagrams, charts, table, graphs, etc.
Grade 7
Employ correct turn-taking, turn-giving and
topic control strategies in conversations and
dialogs.
Session 6 : Developing Multi-Literacies in Science and English
ACTIVITY SHEET 4 (Science)

21st Century Skills Identification Map- Junior High School Science


K to 12 Learning Competencies for Junior Target Literacy SAMPLE TASK
High School Science
Grade 7
1. Express concentrations of solutions
quantitatively by preparing different
concentrations of mixtures according to uses
and availability of materials.
Grade 7
2. Create and interpret visual representation of
the motion of objects such as tape charts and
motion graphs.
Grade 8
3. Explain how diseases of the digestive system
are prevented, detected, and treated.

Grade 8
4. Using models or illustrations, explain how
movements along faults generate earthquakes.

Grade 8
5. Trace the development of the periodic table
from observations based on similarities in
properties of elements.
Grade 9
6. Explain energy transformation in various
activities/events (e.g., waterfalls, archery,
amusement rides) .
Grade 9
7. Infer how one’s lifestyle can affect the
functioning of respiratory and circulatory
systems.
Grade 10
8. Explain how the factors affecting rates of
chemical reactions are applied in food
preservation and materials production, control
of fire, pollution, and corrosion.
Grade 10
9. Describe the distribution of active volcanoes,
earthquake epicenters, and major mountain
belts.
Grade 10
10. Cite examples of practical applications of the
different regions of EM waves, such as the use
of radio waves in telecommunications.