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Forcasting the Future:
Grade: 10 (4th year high school), Mathematics
Using their knowledge on exponential growth, students will forecast the population of their assigned community by the year 2013 and identify the possible community issues arising from population growth. The students will be divided into groups with each member taking on a specific role either as a demographer, mathematician, statistician or multimedia designer.

Out of the Ordinary:
Grade: 7 (1st year high school), English and Mathematics
This unit focuses on the development of communication, mathematical, scientific and social skills using undiscovered unique places and structures in the community. In this unit, the students will assume the roles of tourism officers, environment officers and researchers as they work on the project. The students will then showcase the unique features of their community by creating a travel guide in a wiki site.

Facts About Numbers: Who decides for us?
Grade: 10 (4th year high school), Mathematics
In this unit, students work in groups and act as members of a marketing research division of a shampoo company. Their main task is to select in which television programs to place commercials. The objective of the unit is to show the importance of statistics in decision-making processes.

Maranao Crafts and Mathematics: Is everything related to everything else?
Grade: 10 (4th year high school), Mathematics
The unit plan is an enrichment activity on mathematical functions. It seeks to increase students’appreciation for Maranao culture by letting them take on the role as textile designers. Students create and promote their own textile designs using mathematical concepts.

Science

The Wealth In Me:
Grade: 6, Science and Language
The objective of this unit is to help students understand clearly the importance of a healthy mind and body. The  students will assume the role of a documentor and will create a profile of a healthy and an unhealthy person which  will be published at the class wiki site. The students will also create a brochure containing information and  practical tips on maintaining good health.

Protecting Our Coral Reefs for Future Generations: How do we affect our environment?
Grade: 5, Science
The objective of this unit plan is to build the students’ knowledge on the importance of coral reefs. In this unit, students assume the role of environmentalists where their goal is to promote awareness on the importance of coral reefs and how to protect them.

Rain, Rain, Go Away?: Just because we can, should we?
Grade: 7 (1st year high school), Science
Working in groups, this unit provide students with activities that help them understand the weather and the factors affecting it. As a culminating activity, students present and defend their stand on whether they favor weather modification or not.

Water in the Community: Why is water important?
Grade: 7 (1st year high school), Science
The unit plan will discuss the properties of water, the water cycle and importance of water conservation. Working in groups, students will do different information and education campaign activities to educate the people in their community with regard to water conservation practices.

Twisting the Helix: Just because we can, should we?
Grade: 8 (2nd year high school), Science
This unit is designed with the central goal of improving students' science content knowledge and understanding of issues related to genetically modified food (GMF). A variety of learning activities are employed to help students locate appropriate information and resources concerning GMF and to critically evaluate the evidence they find. Ultimately, the students, as informed consumers, will decide for themselves whether GMF are beneficial or harmful.

Plants - The Food Making Specialists: Why are plants special?
Grade: 8 (2nd year high school), Science
In this unit students learn about plants as the ultimate source of food for all living organisms. Using hands-on activities, students visualize where photosynthesis occurs and investigate how sunlight affects photosynthesis and the production of starch in plants.

Language Arts

Fiestas and the Culture They Show: What is essential in life?
Grade: 8 (2nd year high school), Language Arts, English
Town fiestas are one of the most celebrated occasions in the Philippines. In this unit, second year high school students assume the role of tourism staff tasked to promote Filipino culture among the youth by learning about the fiesta of a particular place. As students study a particular town fiesta, they are expected to note important details of the place, the people, and the different features of the celebration and try to find relationships in them in people’s ways of life. Students will showcase their learnings through different outputs such as multimedia presentations, publications and informative talks.

Far More Than We Know: Why do we need language?
Grade: 8 (2nd year high school), Language Arts, English
Through various activities, students become more knowledgeable on the use and application of modifiers as they take on the role of local tourism staff with the aim of promoting the local tourist spots in the province of Laguna, Central Luzon, Philippines.

Networking for Peace: How do you get along with others?
Grade: 10 (4th year high school), Language Arts, English
Working along the Essential Question, “How do you get along with others?”, different learning activities were designed to help students improve their oral and written communication skills, learn to locate and evaluate resources from the web, and use their previous experiences to strengthen understanding of different ways of preserving and achieving peaceful co-existence with other societies.

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