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CAREER PATH

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Engineering and Science Education Program (ESEP)
Additional Subjects

PROGRAM STANDARD:

The learner demonstrates understanding of basic Science concepts within the framework of Science, Technology and Society in order to think
innovatively/creatively and make informed decisions to enhance the integrity and wellness of the human person, protect the environment and
conserve resources in order to sustain quality life.

GENERAL STANDARDS

Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

ESEP

The learner The learner The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates The learner The learner
demonstrates demonstrates understanding of basic understanding of basic demonstrates demonstrates
understanding of understanding of basic concepts and processes concepts and processes understanding of the understanding of the
fundamental concepts concepts and in Consumer Chemistry in Electronics and special concepts and special concepts and
and processes in processes in and Advanced Statistics Research as deepened processes in processes in
Environmental Science Biotechnology as as deepened by other by other disciplines to Introduction to Fundamentals of
and Computer deepened by other disciplines to analyze/solve problems Genetics, Biochemistry and Basic
Technology as disciplines, to analyze/solve problems critically, think Thermodynamics and Computer
deepened by other analyze/solve problems critically, think innovatively/creatively, Linear Algebra as Programming as
disciplines to critically, think innovatively/creatively, and make informed deepened by other deepened by other
analyze/solve problems innovatively/creatively, and make informed decisions to enhance the disciplines to disciplines to
critically, think and make informed decisions to enhance the integrity and wellness of analyze/solve problems analyze/solve problems
innovatively/creatively, decisions to enhance integrity and wellness of the human person, critically, think critically, think
and make informed the integrity and the human person, protect the environment innovatively/creatively, innovatively/creatively,
decisions to enhance wellness of the human protect the environment and conserve resources and make informed and make informed

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the integrity and person, protect the and conserve resources in order to sustain quality decisions to enhance decisions to enhance
wellness of the human environment and in order to sustain quality life. the integrity and the integrity and
person, protect the conserve resources in life. wellness of the human wellness of the human
environment, and order to sustain quality person, protect the person, protect the
conserve resources in life. environment and environment and
order to sustain quality conserve resources in conserve resources in
life. order to sustain quality order to sustain quality
life. life.

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CAREER PATH
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Engineering and Science Education Program (ESEP)
Additional Subjects

Grade 8

GENERAL STANDARD:
The learner demonstrates understanding of basic concepts and processes in Biotechnology as deepened by other disciplines, to analyze/solve problems
critically, think innovatively/creatively, and make informed decisions to enhance the integrity and wellness of the human person, protect the environment and
conserve resources in order to sustain quality life.

Additional Subject 1

Biotechnology

Product / Evidence at the Evidence at


Grade 8 STANDARD ESSENTIAL/ENDURING Performanc Level of the Level of
Content Performance Understanding/s Question/ e Task Understanding Performance
s
Quarter 1A The learner demonstrates Learners, individually Understanding of How can Innovative, EXPLANATION Evidence at
The Science understanding of cellular or in groups, develop cellular structures understand marketable, the Level of
of structures and functions used innovative, and functions can ing of replicable, Describe cellular Performance
Biotechnology in the livelihood, promotion of marketable, replicable be used in cellular cost- structures and
food production and health. and cost-effective promoting structures effective their functions.
products resulting from livelihood, food and products Performance
understanding of production and functions resulting Criteria: assessment of
cellular structures and health. be used? from the product
functions. understandi a. Thorough based on the
ng of cellular discussing following
structures completely how criteria:
and cell structures  Innovativene
functions work) ss/ creativity
 Marketability
b. Justifiable  Replicability
(providing depth of the

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Learners will know: Learners will be able and breadth of production
to: scientific processes
I. Cellular Structures reasoning)  Cost
Effectivenes
II. Cellular Functions 1. Discuss the c. Clear s
main parts and (expressing with  Benefits to
A. Transport of organelles of clarity scientific one’s health
materials the cell. thoughts in and the
written or oral environment
B. Cell division 2. Explain form)
different cell
C. ATP production functions. INTERPRETATIO
N

Illustrate how cell


maintains its life
through a creative
story.

Criteria:

a. Meaningful
(giving the
significance of its
parts in keeping it
alive.);

b. Illustrative
(discussing
accurate
data/information
that show details
of the
significance);

APPLICATION

Make a project
proposal for
developing
product(s) based
on the knowledge

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about cell.

Criteria:

a. Appropriate
(proposing ways
or approaches
how the
knowledge of
cells can be
used/adapted in
relation to one’s
life)

b. Practical
(suggesting how
these ways or
approaches can
be done easily)

c. Efficient
(expounding how
the proposed
ways or
approaches will
employ the
productive use of
time and
resources)

d. Effective
(achieving the
desired result in
using the
knowledge of the
cell)

PERSPECTIVE

Compare benefits
derived from
different

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commercially
available products
developed
through
understanding of
cell.

Criteria:

a. Insightful
(providing
comparison of the
health benefits
derived from the
products)

b. Credible (citing
authoritative
sources of
information)

EMPATHY

Assume what a
one would feel
about the use of
products
(developed based
on understanding
of cell) to promote
livelihood, food
production and
health.

Criteria:

a. Perceptive
(recognizing the
dilemma or
problem that one
faces in using

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said products)

b. Responsive
(exhibiting how
one will react to
this situation)

SELF-
KNOWLEDGE

Reflect how one


can promote
livelihood, food
production and
health based on
one’s
understanding of
cell structures
and functions.

Criteria:

a. Reflective
(becoming aware
on what one can
do to promote
livelihood, food
production and
health based on
this
understanding)

b. Responsive
(reacting
positively as a
result of
developing this
awareness)

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Quarter 1B Learners will demonstrate Learners manifest Biological When do Learners in EXPLANATION Performance
understanding of biological understanding of techniques, biological group will Explain the role of assessment
Biotechniques techniques, procedures and biological techniques, procedures and techniques prepare a biological of learners’
methods as tool for procedures and methods are tools , laboratory techniques, output based
Biological preparation of biological methods as for preparation of procedures kit for the procedures, and on the
Techniques, specimen and instruments for preparatory tool for biological , and preparation methods in following
Procedures field and laboratory activities. preparation of specimen and methods of biological preparation of criteria:
and Methods biological specimen instruments for become specimens biological
and instruments for field and valuable? and specimens and 1. Comprehe
field and laboratory laboratory instruments instruments. nsive
activities. activities. 2. Systematic
Criteria: 3. Insightful
Accurate
Justified

Learners will know: Learners will be able


to: INTERPRETATIO
I. Proper Use of 1. Properly use N
Laboratory Apparatus / laboratory Analyze the role
Equipment apparatus/equipments of different
 Compound and biological
Dissecting 2. Perform biological techniques in
Microscope techniques, preparation of
 Balance procedures and biological
 Pipette methods. specimen.
 Burette
 Autoclave Criteria:
Meaningful
II. Biological Techniques, Illustrative
Procedures and Methods
1. Preparation or APPLICATION
Reagents Identify and
2. Aseptic Technique compare three
3. Preparation of different
Microbiological processes or
Media techniques for
4. Sterilization and preparation of
Disinfection specimen.
5. Preparation of
Biological Specimen Criteria:
Effective
Efficient

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PERSPECTIVE
Compare and
contrast old and
modern biological
techniques.

Criteria:
Insightful
Plausible

EMPATHY
Imagine you are a
researcher who
needs a longer
time to observe
specimen
samples. Discuss
your plans of
preserving your
specimen for a
longer period of
time.

Criteria:
Sensitive
perceptive

SELF-
KNOWLEDGE
Realize the
impact of
materials used for
preparation of
specimen in
health and safety.

Criteria:
Self-aware
Self-adjusting

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Quarter 2-A The learner demonstrates Learners, individually Understanding of How can Use of EXPLANATION Evidence at
understanding of or in groups, use biotechnology can understand certain the Level of
Introduction biotechnology as used in certain techniques or be used in ing of techniques Explain the Performance
to improving certain techniques practices to produce improving certain biotechnol or practices difference
Biotechnology or practices and developing innovative, market techniques or ogy be to produce between
beneficial products viable dependable and practices and used? innovative, traditional Performance
profitable products developing market biotechnology assessment of
based on their beneficial viable, and modern the product
understanding of products. dependable biotechnology based on the
biotechnology. and following
profitable Criteria: criteria:
products  Innovativene
based on a.Thorough ss/ creativity
the (discussing  Marketability
understandi completely how  Replicability
ng of traditional of the
Learners will know: Learners will be able biotechnolo biotechnology production
to: gy. and modern processes
Introduction to biotechnology);  Cost-
Biotechnology 1. Differentiate effectivenes
-Traditional Biotechnology traditional b.Justifiable s
-Modern Biotechnology biotechnology and (providing depth  Benefits to
modern biotechnology and breadth of one’s
Commonly Used Microbes in scientific
health and
Biotechnology 2. Discuss techniques reasoning);
or practices used in the
traditional c.Clear environme
biotechnology (expressing with nt
(cheese, toyo, vinegar clarity scientific
making, nata de coco thoughts in
production etc,) written or oral
form).
3. identify commonly
used microbes in INTERPRETATIO
biotechnology. N

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Make sense of
the importance of
traditional
breeding
techniques for
plants and
animals to
improve food
production.

Criteria:

a.Meaningful
b. Illustrative

APPLICATION

Make a project
proposal in
developing
product(s) based
on the knowledge
that
biotechnology can
be used to
improve life.

Criteria:

a. Appropriate
(proposing ways
or approaches
how the
knowledge of
biotechnology can
be used/adapted
in relation to
one’s life);

b.Practical
(suggesting how

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these ways or
approaches can
be done easily);

c.Efficient
(expounding how
the proposed
ways or
approaches will
employ the
productive use of
time and
resources);

d.Effective
(achieving the
desired result in
using the
knowledge of the
cell).

PERSPECTIVE

Compare benefits
derived from
different
commercially
available products
developed from
understanding of
biotechnololgy.

Criteria:

a.Insightful
(providing
comparison of the
health benefits
derived from the
products);

b.Credible (citing

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authoritative
sources of
information).

EMPATHY

Assume what
one would feel
about the use of
products
developed based
on understanding
of biotechnology.

Criteria:

a.Perceptive
(recognizing the
dilemma or
problem that one
faces in using
said products);

b. Responsive
(exhibiting how
one will react to
this situation).

SELF-
KNOWLEDGE

Reflect how one


can develop
innovative,
marketable,
replicable and
cost-effective
products
resulting from
understanding of
biotechnology.

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Criteria:

a. Reflective
(becoming aware
on what one can
do to develop
innovative,
marketable,
replicable and
cost-effective
products based
on this
understanding);
b. Responsive
(reacting
positively as a
result of
developing this
awareness).
Quarter 2B Learners demonstrate Learner makes a Understanding of Where Reflective EXPLANATION Performance
understanding of DNA to reflective journal about DNA is important does journal assessment
Molecular respect diversity of life and DNA that respect to respect understand about DNA Explain how the of learners’
Genetics promote overall wellness. diversity of life and diversity of life and ing of that respect structure and output based
promote overall promote overall Deoxyribos diversity of function of DNA on the
wellness wellness. e Nucleic life and connected to all following
Acid (DNA) promote cellular activities? criteria:
lead to? overall 1. Comprehe
wellness. Criteria: nsive
a. Thorough
(explaining how 2. Systematic
the structure and
function of DNA 3. Insightful
Learners will know: Learners will be able connected to all
to: cellular activities.)
I. DNA History b. Clear
II. DNA Structure and 1. Analyze the vital (expressing with
Chemistry role of DNA, RNA and clarity the thought
III. Central Dogma proteins in the in oral or written
-replication transmission of form);
-transcription hereditary traits. c. Justifiable (
-translation providing different

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IV. Mutation 2. Explain how examples and
mutation in DNA concrete
affects an individual situations).

INTERPRETATIO
N

What are the


implications of a
sequenced
change in DNA?

Criterion
a. Meaningful (
giving brief yet
substantial
discussion on the
implication of a
sequenced
change in DNA).

APPLICATION

How might
transcription and
translation help
us to produce a
protein?

Criteria:
a. Appropriate
(using applicable
concept/s on
DNA);
b. Practical
(discussing how
the proposed
solution can be
done with ease).

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PERSPECTIVE

Analyze the role


of DNA in the
transmission of
hereditary traits.

Criteria:

a. Insightful
b. Credible
c. Reflective of
critical thinking

EMPATHY

Assume the role


of a parent with a
son/daughter with
a genetic
disorder.

Criteria:

a. Perceptive
b. Receptive

SELF-
KNOWLEDGE

Recognize What
one can do based
on understanding
of DNA.

Criteria:

a. a. Reflective
(becoming aware
that this

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understanding
can influence a
person’s way of
thinking, belief,
attitude or
behavior);

b. Responsive
(showing positive
reaction based on
this
understanding).

Quarter 3 Learners demonstrate The learner makes Understanding the To what Using one’s EXPLANATION Performance
Genetic understanding of genetic informed decisions science of genetic extent understandi Describe in your assessment of
Engineering engineering and its relative to genetic engineering is genetic ng of own words the learner’s
corresponding benefits to engineering with due important when engineerin genetic significance of decision
society. consideration to its making informed g useful? engineering advances in based on the
benefits to society. decisions with due Explain. in making genetic following
considerations to informed engineering criteria:
its benefits to decision
society. with due Criteria 1. Inform
consideratio a. Thorough ed;
ns to its (explaining
benefits to completely the 2. reflective of
Learners will know: Learners will be able society. significance of the usefulness
to: advances in of genetic
I. Tools of genetic 1. describe the genetic engineering to
engineering different tools use in engineering) society.
genetic engineering.
II. Recombinant DNA b. Clear
Technology 2. discuss how the (expressing with
genetic materials of clarity the
organisms are scientific thought
manipulated. in oral or written
form)
3. outline the main
steps in recombinant c. Justifiable
(providing depth
DNA technology and breadth of
scientific
. reasoning)

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INTERPRETATIO
N
Evaluate the
advances in
genetic
engineering.

Criteria
a. Meaningful
(giving substantial
insights about
genetic
engineering)

b. Illustrative

APPLICATION
Use practically
the information
gained from the
study of genetic
engineering

Criteria
a. Appropriate

b. Practical

c.Efficient

d.Effective

PERSPECTIVE
Infer on the risks
and cost
effectiveness of
efforts done in
advancing genetic
engineering

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Criteria
a. Insightful

b. Credible

c. Reflective of
critical thinking

EMPATHY
Role play how
scientist might
feel about using
technologies
arising from
genetic
engineering.

a. Perceptive

b. Receptive

c. Responsive

SELF-
KNOWLEDGE
Be aware on how
advances in
genetic
engineering help
one become more
objective and
appreciative of
the wonders of
nature.

Criteria
a. Reflective

b. Responsive

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Quarter 4 The learner demonstrates The learner manifests Applications of When Manifest EXPLANATION Performance
understanding of the understanding of the biotechnology does understandi assessment of
Application of applications of biotechnology applications of becomes valuable application ng of the Explain how learner’s
Biotechnology to make informed decision in biotechnology by when used in s of application modern decision
promoting good health, making informed making informed biotechnol of biotechnology based on the
improving livelihood, safe decision to promote decisions to ogy biotechnolo works. following
environment and making good health, improve promote good become gy by criteria:
intelligent and moral choices. livelihood, safe health, improve valuable? making Criteria:
environment and livelihood, safe informed a. Thorough 2. Inform
making intelligent and environment and decision in (explaining how ed;
moral choices. making intelligent choosing the genetic 3. Involv
and moral matters makeup of plants ed matters
choices. pertaining to and animals can pertaining to
promotion of be modified to a. promo
good health, improve product tion of good
improvemen quality, nutritional health
t of content, and b. impro
livelihood, economic vement of
Learners will know: Learners will be able safe benefits); livelihood
to: environment c. safe
I. Applications of and making b. Clear environment
Biotechnology 1. Cite some intelligent (expressing with d. making
a. Biotechnology application of DNA and moral clarity the thought intelligent and
and Health technology in choices. in oral or written moral choices.
b. Biotechnology health, agriculture, form);
industry and
and Agriculture
environment c. Justifiable (
c. Biotechnology providing different
and Industry examples and
d. Biotechnology concrete
and Environment situations).

INTERPRETATIO
N

Make sense of
the importance of
recombinant DNA
technology in
health,
agriculture,

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industry and
environment.

Criterion
a. Meaningful (
giving brief yet
substantial
discussion on the
importance of
recombinant DNA
technology in
health,
agriculture,
industry and
environment.

APPLICATION

Propose how
biotechnology can
be applied in
addressing
certain situations
or solving some
problems (e.g.
crimes)

Criteria:
a. Appropriate
(using applicable
concept/s on
biotechnology in
addressing
certain situations
or solving
problems);

b. Practical
(discussing how

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the proposed
solution can be
done with ease).

PERSPECTIVE

Infer on the cost


effectiveness of
applying
biotechnology in
health,
agriculture,
industry and
environment.
.

Criteria:

a. Insightful
(drawing lessons
or insights
deduced from the
application of
biotechnology in
health,
agriculture,
industry and
environment.

b. Credible (using
authoritative
sources of
information in
biotechnology);

c. Reflective of
critical thinking
(combining
research,
understanding of
historical context;

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developing higher
order thinking
skills while
making an
inference) .

EMPATHY

Assume the role


of a geneticist
who applies DNA
technology in
studies or
experiments while
upholding respect
for life and high
ethical standards.

Criteria:

a. Perceptive
(accepting that
geneticists may
be prone to
biases as they
apply DNA
technology in
their studies or
experiments);

b. Receptive
(accepting
readily/ willingly
that a geneticists
should adhere to
uphold the value
of respect for life
and high ethical
standards while
applying

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biotechnology in
studies or
experiments).

SELF-
KNOWLEDGE

Be aware that
one is capable of
making intelligent
and moral
choices regarding
daily decisions
based on
understanding of
biotechnology.

Criteria:

a. Reflective
(becoming aware
how to make
intelligent and
moral choices
regarding daily
decisions based
on understanding
of biotechnology);

b. Responsive
(reacting
positively as a
result of
redirecting/
changing one’s
thought or view).

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