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METHODS OF PHILOSOPHIZING

AC T I VI TY 1 (P P T 1 1 / 1 2 - I c - 2 .1 )

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1 . Wr i t e d o w n o t h e r r e l a t e d w o r d s o r
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t h e w o r d t h a t yo u c h o s e .

2 . Wr i t e y o u r a n s w e r i n a o n e w h o l e s h e e t
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ACTIVITY 2
Dep-ED Kto12 Program

K+12 system basically include the universal kindergarten 6


years of elementary, 4 years of junior high school with an
additional 2 years for senior high school, the program also
aims to uplift the quality of education in the Philippines in
order for graduates to be easily employed. The proposal aims
to produce employable 18 years old high school graduates
by giving them a longer time to study and master
employable skills. The system aims to fully enhance and
develop the students in order to be well prepared especially
in emotional and cognitive aspects. The curriculum will
allocate specialization in Science and Technology, Music and
Arts, Agriculture and Fisheries, Sports, Business and
Entrepreneurship. Despite of complaining of additional years
in education system, it will require more budgets for parents
and government as well. Aside from additional classrooms,
school supplies, facilities and more qualified teachers since,
the program has already implemented the more important is
for students do their best and study despite of poor facilities.

School Rules and Regulations

It is therefore that once we start on something, we have to be


consistent in doing so. Many times we are opted to what is
wrong than right, hearing not only from the mouth of others
but rather seeing more than what the eyes can see. And
what we saw was clear in the senses of our mind. School rules
and regulations are very essential which each one of us must
be followed. This appropriate to speak that every one of us
has a responsibility to carry or whether we are one of neither
the leaders nor just an ordinary pupil in the school. We must
follow rules and regulations being implemented
conscientiously. Thus it is our duty to take part in every rules
being imposed in our school.
The Philippine Political Structure

Under the 1987 constitution, the government is based on a


separation of powers between the executive presidency, a
bicameral legislature and an independent judiciary. The
president is chief executive, head of state and commander-
in-chief, serves no more than one six-year term and may
approve bills passed by Congress (the legislature) or exercise
a veto, which can be overridden by a two-thirds majority of
Congress. Cabinet appointments are subject to approval by
the Congressional Commission on Appointments. The
Congress of the Philippines consists of the Senate (the upper
house, with 24 members at present) and the House of
Representatives (the lower house, which has 290 members, of
whom 80% are directly elected and 20% are selected from
party lists). Senators are elected for six-year terms and
representatives for three-year terms. Based on US common
law; the 1987 constitution contains a Bill of Rights and
provides for a judiciary with the Supreme Court at its apex.
Elections took place in May 2010 for the posts of president
and vice-president, the House of Representatives and one-
half of the Senate. In May 2013 polls were held for the lower
house and one-half of the upper chamber. The next elections
for the presidency, and for the entire lower house and one-
half of the upper house, are due in 2016. Benigno Aquino
became president for a six-year term in June 2010. Liberal
Party; Lakas-Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino-Christian Muslim
Democrat (Lakas-Kampi-CMD); Nacionalista Party; Nationalist
People's Coalition (NPC); Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP);
Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban);
Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP); Moro National
Liberation Front (MNLF); Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)