PRC LET Application

How to apply for the exam

STEP 1. Secure Action Sheet from the PRC Customer Service Center (CSC) and accomplish the same.

STEP 2. Submit the Action Sheet for processing and evaluation at any of the Processing Windows together with the following:

  • Original and photo/xerox copies of Transcript of Records with Special Order and Date of Graduation SCANNED PICTURES AND WITH REMARKS “FOR BOARD EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY” .View Res.2004-200 .(Graduates of government schools and institutions/programs accredited by recognized accredited agencies under the FAAP are exempted from SO [B]). Graduates of New Schools/degree Programs must submit School Recognition and/or Permit to operate.

  • Original and photo/xerox copy of NSO-issued Birth Certificate (in NSO security paper; if NSO copy not very clear, bring copy from the Local Civil Registrar)

  • Original and photo/xerox copies of Marriage Contract in NSO security paper (for married female only;if NSO copy not very clear, bring copy from local civil registrar).

  • Four (4) passport size colored pictures in white background with complete name tag.

  • Current Community Tax Certificate (Cedula)

  • Other specific requirements as required by the Commission and/or Professional Regulatory Board.

NOTE: Secure the following from the processor upon approval of your application:

  • Computerized Application form (CAF)
  • Permanent Examination and Registration Record card (PERRC) (for first-timers)
  • Notice of Admission (NOA)

STEP 3. Pay examination fee at any of the Cashier Windows. Get Official Receipt.

  • Baccalaureate Degree - P 900.00
  • Non-Baccalaureate Degree - P600.00
  • Removal - P450.00

STEP 4. Pay for metered documentary stamps and mailing envelope with metered documentary stamps at the CSC.

STEP 5. Accomplish the CAF, PERRC, and NOA. Indicate the Official Receipt number, date, and amount on the CAF.

STEP 6. Proceed to any of the Issuance Windows (Window 9, 10, 11, 12) for final review of qualifications and documents and issuance of NOA, Applicant's Stub, Program of Examination, Examinee's Guide and Self-Instruction Sheet.

STEP 7. Keep the Notice of Admission, Official Receipt, and the Applicant's Stub. Bring these with you on the first day of the examination. For further information, read the General Instructions at the back page of the Notice of Admission, Program of Examination, Examinee's guide and Self-Instruction Sheet.

STEP 8. Bring your NOA when you verify with the PRC your school and building assignment which will be posted at the PRC premises two (2) three(3) working days before the examination date.

NO APPLICATION SHALL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE DEADLINE

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LET Table of Specifications

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)

GENERAL EDUCATION

TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS

Elementary Level – 40%

Secondary Level – 20%

COMPETENCIES TO BE TESTED

1. ENGLISH - 25%

1.1 Use English language correctly

1.2 Communicate in English effectively

1.3 Comprehend written texts

1.4 Interpret messages of and derive lessons from literary pieces

2. FILIPINO- 15%

2.1 Use the Filipino language correctly

2.2 Communicate in Filipino effectively

2.3 Comprehend written texts

2.4 Interpret messages of and derive lessons from literary pieces

3. MATHEMATICS- 20%

3.1 Use of four fundamental operations in problem solving

3.1.1 Operations with whole numbers, decimals, fraction and integers

3.1.2 Least common multiples; greater common factor

3.1.3 Divisibility rules

3.1.4 Ratio and proportion

3.1.5 Percentage rate and Base

3.1.6 Measurement and units of measure

3.1.6.1 Perimeter

3.1.6.2 Area

3.1.6.3 Volume

3.1.6.4 Capacity

3.1.6.5 Weight

3.1.7 Number Theory

3.1.7.1 Prime, composite and denominate numbers

3.1.7.2 Prime factorization

4. NATURAL SCIENCES - 20%

4.1 Utilize scientific knowledge in the preservation of human life and

conservation of the earth’s resources

4.1.1 Relate scientific theories to actual happenings and natural and may induced calamities

4.1.2 Utilize biological knowledge and theories in the improvement at

preservation of the quality of life

4.1.3 Apply knowledge and theories of physical sciences in the

improvement of the quality of life

4.2 Apply scientific knowledge and principles for the improvement of human

resources and socio-economic development

4.3 Identify problems and suggest solutions related to personal and

Community

5. SOCIAL SCIENCES – 20%

5.1 Human Rights

5.1.1 Comprehend basic concepts about rights to life, human dignity, physical integrity, extent and limits of state authority, good name and honor of human person, etc.

5.1.2 Manifest knowledge of varied perspectives as a member of society whose rights and duties affect him/her in the family, in civil, professional and religious society, and international relations.

5.2 Peace and Global Education

5.2.1 Identify global trends and realities and analyze if they facilitate peaceful, just and sustainable world order.

5.2.2 Become familiar with key concepts, skills and values in peace and global education.

5.3 Values Ethics/Moral Education

5.3.1 Increase one’s awareness of himself and the other significant factors around him

5.3.2 Explain the evolution of basic human values as products of the ongoing dynamics of family life in general and the Filipino family in particular.

5.3.3 Examine the processes of values transformation in the human life cycle both from the theoretical literature and from personal experiential knowledge.

5.4 Economics (Taxation. Land Reform, Cooperatives)

5.4.1 Be exposed to the fundamental precepts of taxation, the laws on Land Reform and its applications.

5.4.2 Apply these fundamental precepts to the cooperative movement as viewed within the Philippine control.

5.5 Sociology and Culture

5.5.1 Gain awareness to various social issues as poverty, drugs, prostitution, and how these can evaluated from our own culture and within the cultural perspective of other countries.

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Elementary Level – 60%

Secondary Level – 40%

COMPETENCIES TO BE TESTED

1. FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN GROWTH AND

DEVELOPMENT-25%

1.1 Apply philosophical psychological and sociological principles in teaching learning

Situations

1.1.1 Identify the relevant philosophies of education operating in particular situations

1.1.2 Identify the psychological principles operating in particular situations

1.1.3 Interpret teaching-learning situations in the light of sociological forces prevalent in Philippine culture

1.2 Interpret educational problems in the light of historical and legal foundations of

Philippine education

1.2.1 Identify significant educational development that influence certain educational practices

1.2.2 Interpret Philippine educational legislations involved in certain school practices and problems

1.3 Utilize theories and principles of human growth and development at various stages

1.3.1 Resolve particular classroom problems using theories and principles of human growth and development at various levels

2. PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF TEACHING – 25%

2.1 Use principles of teaching/learning associated with instructional operations and

curricular management

2.1.1 Instructional planning

2.1.2 Classroom management

2.1.3 Art of questioning

2.1.4 Preparation and utilization of instructional materials

2.1.5 Selection of activities to achieve objectives

2.1.6 Management of change

2.2 Select and apply teaching strategies appropriate for particular teaching/learning solutions

2.2.1 Teaching methods and techniques

2.2.2 Generally accepted methods of teaching

3. MEASUREMENTS AND EVALUATION –25%

3.1 Apply principles of evaluation and research in classroom testing and measurements

3.1.1 Diagnosing learning difficulties and strengths

3.1.2 Constructing test items

3.1.3 Interpreting test result

3.1.4 Using measures of central tendency

3.1.5 Assigning marks rating

3.1.6 Using tools for research (calculators and computers)

3.2 Apply principles, methods and techniques and guidance and counseling in classroom situations

3.2.1 Using guidance tools to improve personal relationship

3.2.2 Using basic guidance services

3.2.3 Using guidance techniques

4. SOCIAL PHILOSOPHIES – 25%

4.1 Identify Eastern and Western philosophies that influence Philippine education

4.2 Apply basic principles in situations depicting moral dilemma

4.3 Manage conflicting situations to be able to bring out values that will enhance nationhood

4.4 Balance rights and authority; responsibility and accountability

4.5 Apply ethical principles and situations involving teacher’s relationships with various groups of people

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)

Major Field of Concentration/Specialization

VALUES EDUCATION

COMPETENCIES TO BE TESTED:

1. Philosophical and Moral Foundations of Values Formation (15%)

Explain the philosophical and moral foundations of values formation.

Recognize the distinction between subjective cultural values and objective moral values

Describe the nature of human beings.

Explain the formation of the intellect and the will

2. Values Development and Formation (15%)

Describe the nature of values and the morally-oriented person,

Demonstrate reflective skills in examining one’s potential for self-development

Demonstrate enhanced knowledge of values of introspection toward awareness of human development

Apply skills in promoting self-change.

3. The Goals of Values Education in the Philippines (10%)

Evaluate the goals of values education in the Philippines

Assess the effects explanations of values education in the Philippines

4. Sources of Values and Factors in Values Development (15%)

Identify sources of values

Describe how family, media, church, community and society affect the values of children

Evaluate the effects of the value sources

5. Approaches and Strategies in values Development (15%)

Identify the major approaches in values development

Explain the strategies and techniques in values development and the application in specific valuing situations

Describe the approaches in the valuing process

6. The Moral Recovery Program (10%)

Describe the Moral Recovery Program

Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the Filipino values

Present effective strategies in the MRP that are applicable in specific situations

Demonstrate skill, in integrating and evaluating the concept and the core values as practiced

7. The impact of the Information and Technology-Driven Society and the Growing Global Village in values of the People (5%)

Comprehend the impact of the information and technology-driven society and the growing global village on the values of a people.

Demonstrate appreciation and respect for global ecumenism.

8. Commitment to Social Responsibility and Accountability (5%)

Demonstrate enhanced competencies in facilitating and managing valuing process

Demonstrate commitment to social responsibility and accountability in values education and in moral recovery program.

9. Evaluation of the Affective Outcomes of Learning (10%)

Identify effective evaluation instruments for evaluating the affective outcomes of learning

Demonstrate ability to evaluate the affective outcomes of learning.

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)

Major Field of Concentration/Specialization

FILIPINO –40%

1. PANITIKAN – 40%

Mabakas ang simu-simula at pag-unlad ng iba’t-ibang anyo ng panitikang Filipino sa iba’t-ibang panahon simula noong panahon ng bago dumating ang Kastila hanggang sa kasalukuyan (10%)

Makilala ang mga akdang pampanitikan at mga may-akda na kinatawan ng bawa’t panahon na nag-iwan ng tatak sa buhay na kapilipinuhan (10%)

Mabigyang-kahulugan ang paraan ng pamumuhay ng mga tao na ini lalarawan ng panitikan sa bawa’t panahon (10%)

Matukoy ang mga pagpapahalagang Pilipinong taglay ng mga akdang kinatawan ng bawa’t panahon na nararapat panatilihin (2%)

Masuri ang mga akdang batay sa mga pamantayan ng pagsusuri (6%)

Mapili at magamit ang mga uri at halimbawa ng panitikang pambatang angkop linangin sa mga kabataan (2%)

2. LINGGWISTIKA – 40%

2.1. Matalakay ang simula at pag-unlad ng wikang pambansa (10%)

Ebolusyon ng Surian ng Wikang Pambansa (2%)

Eboluyson ng alpabeto (4%)

Mga batas pangwika (4%)

Magamit ang mga batayang kaalaman sa linggwistika sa mabisang pagpapahayag (20%)

Masuri ang mga pangungusap ang mga pangungueap/sugnay/parirala/salita/pantig/titik (4%)

Magamit nang wasto ang mga salita/parirala sa pangungusap (4%)

Mabisang magamit ang mga matalinghagang pananalita/tayutay sa pakikipagtalastasan (4%)

Makilala at matalakay ang iba’t-ibang bahagi ng pahayagang pampaaralan bilang behikulo/komunikasyong pasulat (4%)

Magamit ang mga simulain sa pagsasaling-wika ng mga pangungusap/parirala/kasabihan (5%)

Mapili ang pinakamabisang halimbawa ng mga pangungusap sa pagpapahayag (5%)

3. PARAAN/PAMAMARAAN NG PAGTUTURO – (10%)

Masuri at magamit ang mga paraan ng pagtuturo ng Filipino bilang; una at pangalawang wika (5%)

Matukoy ang waastong pagkakasunod-sunod ng mga hakbang ng mga paraan ngpagtututro (5%)

4. PAGHAHANDA NG MGA KAGAMITANG PAMPAGTUTURO SA FILIPINO (10%)

Makilala at mapahalagagan ang iba’t-ibang uri ng kagamitan sa pagtuturo ng wikan at panitikan (2%)

Mapili at magamit nang wasto ang iba’t-ibang kagamitang panturo na angkop sa mga aralin sa iba’t-ibang baiting (4%)

Masuri ang mahuhusay na aytem ng pagsusulit at pagsasanay bilang kagamitang pamagtuturo sa wika at panitikan (4%)

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)

Major Field of Concentration/Specialization

SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDIES – 40%

Secondary Level ---- 40%

1. Philippine Government and Constitution –15%

Be familiar with the various forms of government established each its own time from the barangay to the present system

Discuss the nature and provisions of the present Constitution, its advantages/possible disadvantages over the others before it and its function as fundamental law of the state

Know one’s rights and responsibilities as a citizen in a democratic state

Discuss the functions of the three branches of the Philippine Government

2. Philippine Geography – 13%

Explain the significance of location, size and shape of a region in relation to its development

Describe and compare the different regions of the Philippines as to their physical and cultural characteristics and development

Explain how the natural resources in different regions in the country contribute to development

Identify the distinctive features of three most developed and three least developed regions in the Philippines.

3. Philippine History _ 15%

Trace the development of the history of the Philippines from the pre-colonial, colonial and contemporary periods

4. Rizal and Other Heroes – 7%

Show appreciation for the works of Rizal by (a) being familiar with them and (b) choosing the features in his character worth emulating

Explain how Rizal’s life and works have made the Filipinos (a) aware of socio-political problems of their society and (b) increase their nationalistic fervor and love for freedom

Evaluate the contribution of Philippine Heroes and heroines to the course of Philippine independence

5. Economics (Taxation, Land Reforms, Cooperatives) – 10%

Be familiar with Philippine economic conditions with respect to taxation, land reforms, and cooperatives as well as the growths of the gross national prodict

Comprehend and apply the fundamental economic principles, especially those relevant to current economic conditions in the Philippines

6. Sociology and Culture – 10%

Comprehend the basic concepts, theories and perspectives vital in understanding society and culture

Explain why people of different groups or societies have different cultures and behave differently

Recognize cultural elements that are distinctly Filipino, and choose those that are worth perpetuating

Identify social issues and concern affecting the Philippine Society

7. Worlds Geography – 5%

Describe the physiographic features of different regions in the world

Relate the significance of geography to social, cultural, economic an political development of a state

Discuss the global conditions of the environment, its protection, conservation and proper management

Explain how Natural and cultural patterns of the earth foster global interdependence

8. World History – 5%

Trace the development of world civilization

Analyze the influences of Asian and Western civilizations in Filipino life and culture

Discuss the involvement of the Philippines on important international and regional organizations

9. Economics (Microeconomics & Macroeconomics) – 5%

Comprehend the basic principles of economics as well as the nature and functions of the economic system

Interpret economic concepts such as supply and demand, diminishing marginal utility, income effect vs. substitution effect, etc.

Apply concepts on the nature and behavior of cost and the theory of production to current economic situations in the Philippines

10. Anthropology –5%

Comprehend the basic concept in anthropology both physical and cultural

Trace and analyze the evolution of man

Study the relationships between culture and the biological traits of human beings

Examine the different techniques and tools in the study of man

11. Philosophy (Social Philosophy and Logic) – 5%

Manifest knowledge of the nature of the Filipino, the Filipino Society and the emerging Filipino Philosophy

Discuss and analyze the various laws and principles governing correct thinking

Form a critical and analytical attitude toward specific issues and problems n daily life

12. Asian Studies – 5%

Trace the historical roots and development of events affecting the whole Asian region anchored on the pattern of world developments through an overview of the country’s political, economic, religious, and socio-cultural systems.

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)

Major Field of Concentration/Specialization

PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH AND MUSIC – 40%

COMPETENCE TO BE TESTED:

1. Foundations in Physical Education, Health and Music Education 5%

Recall the history, philosophy and development of PEHM

Apply the philosophy of PEHM in relation to life

Identify the different systems of the body

Diagnose the effects of the psychological and socio-cultural aspects of PEHM to one’s living

2. Philippine Folk, Ethnic and Foreign Dances –10%

Identify the dance terms and steps used in Philippine folk and foreign dances

Classify dances according to their rhythmic patterns

Identify different Philippine folk and foreign dances

3. Organization, Administration and Supervision of PE – 5%

Apply concepts of organization and management of intramurals

Apply the different tournament formats

Physical Fitness/Special Sports/Athletic Management

4. Individual, Dual and Team Sports – 10%

Recall the history, body mechanics, equipment and facilities of the different sports

Analyze the bio-mechanics of the different skills and/or movements

Apply the principles and rules of the games to actual officiating

Analyze exercises that may help improve fitness of an individual

5. Physical Fitness and Gymnastics – 10%

Identify tests for the different components of physical fitness

Analyze exercises that may help improve fitness of an individual

Identify the different skills in gymnastics

Apply appropriate mechanics in the performance of different skills

6. School Health and Applied Nutrition –5%

Analyze the principles, plans and organization of school health program

Assess the roles and responsibilities of the school and the community for a more harmonious and healthy relationships

Analyze the nutritional needs of athletes

7. Consumers Health and Drug Education - %5

Identify the objectives, health information and problems of consumers and quackery

Classify the health products sold commercially and health services that may be harmful/useful

Recognize the different classifications of drugs and how and why they are used and abused

Interpret policies and programs undertaken by private and government agencies towards drug dependents

8. Personal, Community and Environmental Health –5%

Identify the factors affecting the health of the community

Identify the different environmental pollutions such as water, air, noise, radiations, pesticides, food sanitation, and housing which are hazardous to the health of the people

Apply the preventive and control measures done by an individual, Gos and NGOs on environmental pollution

9. Safety Education and First Aid –5%

Identify the roles, objectives and general directions of first aid

Apply proper handling of the sick, injured and victims of accidents

10. Foundation, Philosophy of Music –8%

Define the different musical elements

Recognize simple rhythmic patterns syncopation, simple and compound meters

Recognize the different forms of music through actual score reading

Read and write music

Identify the different tonal relationship

Analyze different chords

Identify different conducting pattern of songs

Classify the different female and male vocals

Identify music symbols of the different musical elements

11. Recognize Music Theory – 8%

Recognize the different scales/melodies (Western/Asian)

Identify the works of representative Philippine, Asian, Western, and European

Analyze the different chords: major, minor, augmented and diminished chords

Distinguish the styles of different musical periods

Differentiate the musics of Asian countries (Japan, China, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, India)

12. Applied Music – 4%

Identify the different parts of the body involved in singing

Identify techniques in singing and playing different musical instruments

Identify musical instruments of different groups (band, rondalla, orchestra)

Analyze the folk songs from different regions in the Philippines and other countries

13. Analyze visual arts and its elements –5%

14. Recognize Great Philippine works in visual arts –8%

15. Recognize Asian and master woks of arts – 7%

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)

Major Field of Concentration/Specialization

MATHEMATICS – 40%

Description: This Licensure of test consists of 200 items covering topics from these 10 subjects areas:

1. Arithmetic and Number Theory

2. Basic and Advanced Algebra

3. Plane Geometry

4. Circular and Trigonometric Functions

5. Probability and Statistics

6. Analytic Geometry

7. Business Mathematics

8. Calculus (Basic)

Secondary Level –40%

A. OBJECTIVES EXPECTATIONS:

The Licensure Examinee should be able to:

1. Show a working knowledge of basic terms and concepts in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, analytics, calculus, probability and statistics

2. Solve, evaluate, and manipulate symbolic and numerical problems in the above mathematics areas by applying fundamental rules, principles and process.

3. Solve verbal problems in each of the above mathematical areas

4. Interpret graphic, symbolic and word problems

5. Show ability to apply theories and principles of teaching and learning to mathematics teaching

B. BASIC CONTENT OUTLINE FOR MATHEMATICS MAJOR

1. Arithmetic and Number Theory (0% - 40 items)

Operation on signed numbers

Least Common Multiples, Greatest Common Factor

Divisibility Rules

Ratio an Proportion

Percentage, Rate and Base

Measurement and units of measure

2. Basic and Advanced Algebra (25%- 50 items)

Algebraic operations and process

Laws of exponents for multiplication and division of algebraic expressions

Operations with monomials and polynomials

Relations, functions and their zeros (linear and quadratic)

Definition of domain and range

Linear equations

Quadratic equations

Systems of equations

Radical equations

Special products and factors

Operations on rational expressions

Operations on radical expressions

Evaluating powers

Negative and Fractional exponents

Imaginary and complex numbers

Exponential and logarithmic functions

Inequalities: linear, quadratic and systems

Arithmetic and geometric sequences and series

Variation

Direct variation

Inverse variation

Joint variation

Polynomial functions of higher degree

Synthetic division

The Remainder Theorem, Rational Root Theorem and the Factor Theorem

3. Plane Geometry – (15%-30)

Coordinate geometry

The length of a line

The midpoint of a line

Graph of a linear equation

The equation of a straight line

Parallel and perpendicular lines

Angles and straight lines

Types and measures of angles (complementary, supplementary, linear pair)

Dividing a vertical line into a number of equal parts

Construction of perpendicular & parallel lines and their properties

Angle bisection

Triangles

Types of triangles, their properties

Pythagora’s Theorem

Quadrilaterals and Other Polygons

Properties of rectangles, squares, rhombi, trapezoids

Sum of the interior angles of a polygon

Sum of exterior angles of a convex polygon

Symmetry of regular polygons

The Circle

Circles and circle concepts

Central angles and arcs

Chords, tangents and secants

Sectors and segments

Measures of angles formed in, on and outside a circle

Triangle Congruence

Corresponding parts of triangle

SAS, SSS, SAA, and ASA Theorems

Proving triangles congruent

Similarity and Proportionality

Properties of proportions

Proportional segments

Basic proportionality & related theorems

Special angles/triangles

4. Circular and Trigonometric Functions (10%-20 items)

Circular functions

Trigonometric ratios of reference angles

Graphs of circular functions

Degree-radian conversion

The eight basic trigonometric identities

Proving identities

The Pythagorean identities

Sine and cosine laws

Solution of triangles

5. Probability and Statistics (10%- 20 items)

Counting Techniques

Theoretical and Experimental Probability

Probability of Events

Permutation

Independent & dependent events

Mutually exclusive and non-mutually exclusive events

Graph reading and interpretation

Computing measures of average mean (mean, median, mode)

Computing measures of variability

Range and Interquartile Range

Average deviation

Standard deviation

Correlation and Regression

Pearson r and Spearman rho

The regression line

Linear regression

Statistical Inference

Normal curve

Null Hypothesis

Levels of Significance

Common Test of Significance (t, F, Z, x2)

6. Analytic Geometry ( 10% - 20 items)

Slope of a line

Equations of lines: tangents & normal

Point slope form

Slope intercept form

Parallel and perpendicular lines

Midpoint of a line

Distance formula

Equations and graphs

7. Business Mathematics (5% - 10 items)

Discounts: commission

Simple and compound interest

8. Calculus (Basic) (5%-10 items)

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)

Major Field of Concentration/Specialization

ENGLISH – 40%

TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS

Secondary Level ---- 40%

COMPETENCIES TO BE TESTED

1. LITERATURE: 35%

1.1 Identify the literary pieces and figures that left significant marks in the library of nations and peoples

1.2 Draw out universal and/or particular values from world-renowned literary selections

1.3 Interpret the way of life, culture and aspirations of peoples from library pieces that they produced

1.4 Formulate logical conclusions about life from select literary pieces

1.5 Apply ideas derived from famous literary pieces to current issues of universal concern

2. LINGUISTICS: 25%

2.1 Manifest familiarity with the theories of language learning and their effect on language teaching

2.2 Apply the knowledge of linguistic theories to the teaching of grammar, composition, reading, and literature

2.3 Apply techniques in teaching listening and oral interaction

2.4 Apply the knowledge of the structure of English language to the teaching of communication arts and literature

2.5 Evaluate the applicability of English instruction approaches/methods/techniques

3. READING: 20%

3.1 Identify the reading strengths and weakness of students

3.2 Illustrate important reading diagnosis techniques

3.3 Determine the appropriateness of teaching and testing material to be used in reading remediation

3.4 Differentiate the various levels of reading

3.5 Interpret the central ideas and themes of reading selections

4. INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION 10%

4.1 Illustrate the interrelationship among communication media, the individual, and society

4.2 Identify the different forms of mass communication

4.3 Do simple editing, objective analysis and critical appraisal of a print excerpt

4.4 Express relevant and sound opinions about broadcast materials

4.5 Evaluate current media trends

5. PREPARATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL/EVALUATE MATERIALS FOR ENGLISH

10%

Identify/apply principles in the different types of instructional material in English

Apply sound principles of teaching in the preparation of teaching aids/ devices

Manifest familiarity with the use of technology in the preparation of audio-visual materials in English

Apply principles of test construction for measuring English competencies

Apply validation principles in the preparation of instructional materials

ANNEX “A”

LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS

Major Field of Concentration/Specialization

HOME ECONOMICS

Competencies To Be Tested

1. Home Economics and Livelihood Education 15

1.1 Identify the factors that determine housing needs

1.2 Understand the principles involved in beautifying the exterior and interior of the home

1.3 Manifest functional knowledge of home management

1.4 Apply the principles of work simplification

1.5 Observe wise budgeting of the family income

2. Clothing 1 (Selection, Purchase, Care & Construction of Clothes) 15%

2.1 Identify the principles involved in the proper selection, care and construction of clothes

2.2 Choose with taste style and color of clothes

2.3 Purchase clothes judiciously

2.4 Care for clothes wisely

2.5 Demonstrate the steps in constructing simple unisex garments using the unit method of construction

3. Food and Man 1 (Food Production and Preparation with Nutrition) 20%

3.1 Define common terms in food selection, preparation and cookery

3.2 Understand the different principles in food preparation

3.3 Explain the different methods of nutrient conservation

3.4 Uphold desirable attitudes and values in food selection and preparation

3.5 Prepare a low cost but nutritious meal

3.6 Develop awareness on the proper ways of handling food, marketing, storing, preparing, cooking and serving

3.7 Identify the causes of food spoilage

3.8 Differentiate five ways of preserving food

3.9 Understand the essentials of food preservation

3.10 Demonstrate knowledge and skill in baking

4. Home and Family Living

4.1 Explain the developmental task of an adolescent

4.2 Analyze the rights and duties of each member of the family

4.3 Analyze the role of decision making in the management of family goals

4.4 Manifest feelings of developing desirable personal values

4.5 Suggest ways of contributing to a satisfying home life

5. Handicrafts 20%

5.1 Discuss the importance of handicrafts in the economic growth of the country

5.2 Explain the characteristics of indigenous materials used in handicraft projects

5.3 Discuss the contents of a project plan

5.4 Observe safety precautions when working

6. Entrepreneurship 10%

6.1 Define terminologies commonly used in business management

6.2 Explain the ten entrepreneurial competencies or characteristics of an entrepreneur

6.3 Perform the accounting style

6.4 Prepare a simple business letter

AGRICULTURE AND FISHERY ARTS

Competencies To Be Tested

1. Functional Application of Knowledge 25%

1.1 Apply functional knowledge in plant and fish propagation

2. Breeds of Farm Animals and Fish 15%

2.1 Get acquainted with the different breeds of farm animals and fish raised in the Philippines

3. Pests and Diseases Affecting Animals and Fish Propagation 20%

3.1 Develop familiarity with the different pests and diseases affecting animal and fish propagation

3.2 Remedial measures against pests and diseases

4. Marketing Strategies in the Industry/Entrepreneurship 20%

4.1 Demonstrate knowledge of the functions, principles and theories of management

4.2 Develop marketing strategies which benefit the industry

4.3 Manifest desirable attitudes and values in retail selling

4.4 Explain the different parts of a business plan/project/feasibility study

5. Proper Care and Management of Agricultural and Fishery Products 20%

5.1 Explain the significance of financial statements, i.e. balance sheet, income statement, capital statement

5.2 Realize the importance of proper care and management in the field of agricultural and fishery products

5.3 Discuss the importance of agricultural and fishery arts in the economic growth of the country

INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND RELATED DISCIPLINES

Competencies To Be Tested

1. Electricity 15%

1.1 Explain the sources and kinds of electricity

1.2 Explain the electron theory and the Ohm’s Law

1.3 Identify the parts of a complete electrical circuit

1.4 Follow proper procedures in electrical housewiring

1.5 Knowledge of basic computer concepts

2. Refrigeration and Airconditioning (RAC) 15%

2.1 Identify the basic tools and equipment on RAC

2.2 Explain the principle of refrigeration cycle

2.3 Explain the function of refrigeration and copper tubing

2.4 Identify the symbols in the schematic diagram

3. Drafting 10%

3.1 Enumerate and explain the alphabetic of lines

3.2 Define and perform orthographic projection and an isometric drawing

3.3 Explain the different technique in freehand and mechanical drawing

3.4 Application of computer knowledge in drawings

4. Woodworking 10%

4.1 Discuss the different uses and maintenance of woodwork

4.2 Construct common wood joints

4.3 Explain the principles of mensuration and layout

4.4 Explain the importance, uses, and maintenance of different woodworking machines

5. Automechanics 10%

5.1 Demonstrate understanding of basic shop principles, practices, and fundamental aspects of automotive

5.2 Manifest understanding of engine classification

5.3 Demonstrate fundamental operations of engine fuel system

5.4 Demonstrate ability to apply knowledge of ignition system

6. Radio Mechanics 10%

6.1 Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of electronics

6.2 Demonstrate functional knowledge and skills in the application of the principles of

magnetism and electromagnetism

6.3 Interpret electronic schematic diagram

6.4 Explain the principles involved in the PCB design layout and etching

7. Metal Works 10%

7.1 Demonstrate functional knowledge and skills in bendiwork

7.2 Apply knowledge of and skills in sheet metalwork

7.3 Apply functional knowledge of and skills in electric welding

7.4 Observe safety precautions in bench metal work

8. Entrepreneurship/Business and Distribute Arts 10%

8.1 Describe the role of entrepreneurship in economic growth

8.2 Identify the different types of business organizations

8.3 Understand the prospects of the industrial arts in economic growth

9. Instructional Methods and Evaluation of Learning 10%

9.1 Teaching Strategies

9.2 Evaluation of Teaching and Learning

“ANNEX A”

Licensure Examination for Professional Teachers

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

(Biology, Environmental Science)

Competencies to be tested

1. Apply principles, laws and theories in explaining concepts regarding life and the emerging technologies that are biology-based such as: newer treatment of diseases, combating the ill-effects of pollution and advances in genetic engineering.

2. Be aware and appreciate the existence of biological diversity among living things, thereby recognize their adaptive structures, characteristics and economic importance.

3. Describe the dynamic interrelationships that occur in both natural and man-made ecosystems in order to be able to trace energy flow and conversion, with emphasis on interdependence.

4. Trace the vital cycles of food nutrients, water, gases and other materials that occur in nature.

5. Discuss the sources and utilization of organic and inorganic compounds.

6. Discuss the anatomy and physiology of the simplest to the highest forms of organisms and how the processes and their healthful functions can be maintained.

7. Demonstrate skill in analyzing Mendelian patterns of heredity including the fundamental role of chromosomes and genes.

8. Discuss the theories regarding the direct and indirect evidences of evolution.

9. Update oneself about discoveries, inventions and breakthroughs that have improved the quality and longevity of life.

10. Demonstrate awareness and deep concern for the environmental problems which are brought about by fast growth of population, wasteful consumption of energy and destruction and neglect of habitat.

Course Outline Weight

I. Introduction 5%

A. Nature of Biology

B. Branches

C. Characteristics of Life

II. Plant Biology

A. Characteristics

B. Classification

C. Structure and Functions of Parts

D. Growth and Reproduction

Licensure Examination for Teachers

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

(General Science, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science)

Competencies to be tested

1. Determine the sources of the different forms of energy and how they occur naturally of artificially in the environment.

2. Apply principles, theories and laws governing the dynamics of forces, motion, power and energy.

3. Investigate energy conversion, transfer and conservation of energy: waves, heat, electricity and nuclear.

4. Conduct investigation and formulate inferences regarding physical and chemical properties of matter.

5. Construct models of atoms and molecules.

6. Classify matter into pure substances and mixtures and describe their composition.

7. Interpret representations of elements and the periodic law, compounds and chemical equations and chemical change.

8. Determine the sources and utilization of organic compounds of life: carbohydrates, fats and oils and proteins.

9. Trace the origin and use of synthetic polymers.

10. Update oneself regarding renewable and nonrenewable sources of energy, beneficial uses of nuclear energy and the rapid advances in communication and information technology.

11. Suggest ways of lessening the occurrence of the deteriorating quality of land, water and air around us and the degradation of our natural resources which are continuously being brought about by pollution and neglect.

12. Discuss the characteristics, location and motions of the members of the solar system and the universe.

13. Describe the earth as a planet, its motions in relation to the sun and the moon, thus bringing about seasons, weather and geological sculpturing of its surface.

14. Discuss advances in space explorations and their findings.

Course Outline

I. Introduction 5%

A. Nature of Science

B. Inquiry Processes

C. Scientific Method

D. Science and Technology

II. Mechanics 10%

A. Force and Motion

B. Speed, Velocity, Acceleration

C. Laws of Motion

D. Momentum

E. Law of Gravitation

F. Simple Machines

III. Energy 5%

A. Potential and Kinetic

B. Forms

C. Conversion

D. Conservation

E. Transfer

F. Energy Sources Today

IV. Heat and Temperature 10%

A. Temperature

B. Heat Transfer

C. Thermodynamics

V. Waves

A. Sound Waves 10%

Velocity

Characteristics

Music and Noise

A. Light Waves 10%

Properties

Travel

Reflection and Refraction

Dispersion and Color

VI. Electricity

A. Electric Charge

B. Static Electricity

C. Electric Current

D. Circuits

E. Magnetism

F. Electromagnets

VII. Matter, Structure and Composition 25%

A. Properties

B. Phase and Changes

C. Atoms

D. Molecules

E. Classification

Elements and Periodic Law

Compounds and Chemical Change

Mixtures

F. Chemical Formulas and Equation

G. Chemical Reactions

H. Nuclear Energy

VIII. The Universe 15%

A. Stars

B. Galaxies

C. The Solar System and Members

D. Sun and Moon

E. Earth and Motions

Surface Changes

Weather Elements

F. Space Travel

Total 100%

ANNEX “A”

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

1. Office Management, Procedures and Business Ethics 30%

1.1 Explain the basic principles and concepts of organizational structure and management..

1.2 Explain the theories and tasks of motivation and leadership.

1.3 Differentiate organization as a process and organization as a structure.

1.4 Explain the recruitment, maintenance, and conservation of human resources.

1.5 Apply basic principles of office communications and business ethics.

1.6 Identify types of storage methods and storing procedures.

2. Basic Information and Communications Technology 30%

2.1 Discuss the concepts of Information and Communication Technology

2.2 Identify the components of the computer system.

2.3 Manifest functional knowledge and skills in Word Processing.

2.4 Manifest functional knowledge and skills in Spreadsheets.

2.5 Identify types of computer graphic packages.

2.6 Explain the effects of ICT in the socio-economic growth of the country.

3. Entrepreneurial Principles and Applications 20%

3.1 Identify and apply theories of basic management, and principles of leadership styles to management functions.

3.2 Analyze the characteristics of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial competency.

3.3 Identify components of a project feasibility study business plan.

3.4 Apply environmental scanning, production, and marketing principles and promotion strategies.

3.5 Analyze and evaluate pricing strategies and results of breakeven analysis.

3.6 Identify the rules and regulations affecting small scale industries and the implications of these to the economic contributions of the industries.

4. Bookkeeping and Accounting

4.1 Identify basic types of financial statements for business and roles of accounting/bookkeeper.

4.2 Classify each account according to assets, liabilities, capital, income, expense and drawing.

4.3 Solve problems for accounting equation.

4.4 Apply the rules of Debit and Credit to business transactions.

4.5 Apply basic accounting/bookkeeping cycle principles for service and merchandising business.

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