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A Portfolio

Presented to

The College of Teacher Education and Liberal Arts

Baguio Central University

In Partial Fulfillment

Of the Requirements for the

Course Educ 28 (Practice Teaching 2)

Trann John Diaz Gados

May 2018

Approval Sheet i

DepEd Core Values ii

BCU Mission – Vision iii

CTE Mission – Vision iv

Lupang Hinirang v

Panatang Makabayan vi

Panatang Makapalay vii

Cordillera Hymn viii

Baguio Hymn ix

BCU Hymn x

Acknowledgement xi

Dedication xii

Student Teacher's Prayer xiii

I. Introduction 1

II. A Brief Description of the Site of Practice Teaching 2

III. Activities and Experiences 3

IV. Evaluation Sheets 6

V. Lesson Plans 27

VI. Learners’ Feedbacks 38

VII. Curriculum Vitae 40

VIII. Sample of School Forms

A. School Form 143 44

B. School Form 2 46

C. School Form 137 48

D. School Form 138 49

IX. Documentations 51

This portfolio, prepared and submitted by TRANN JOHN DIAZ

GADOS in partial fulfillment of the requirements in EDUC 28 (PRACTICE

TEACHING 2), has been examined and is hereby accepted.

Approved by:


Supervising Instructor, Educ 28

Noted by:


Dean, College of Teacher Education and Liberal Arts






“To Endeavour for Excellence in Human Development”

Baguio Central University is an institution dedicated to educational

Excellence in all its programs of study in accordance with all regulations
of the Commission of Higher Education.

 It aims to nurture the development of the whole individual

inculcating Philippines values, strengthening the person character,
moral and intellectual development.
 It is open to all Philippine students who wish to learn and achieve
primary, secondary, tertiary and high levels of education, including
highly specialized area of studies.

It aims to provide the necessary education – the training and skills of

people to become productive contributors to the Philippines; to their
respective countries and the International community.


“Education for All in the Spirit and Atmosphere of

Justice, Truth, and Equity in a Democracy”

The vision of Baguio Central University strives for Educational

Excellence and Education for All. Four BCU ideals for students are Liberty,
Justice, Truth and Equity. These guide us in providing the necessary
training and skills for the whole individual, so they can be productive
citizens, contributors to the Philippines in their respective countries, and
the international community.


The College of Teacher Education aims to produce efficient and

effective teachers who are well-informed of new discoveries and
development and are equipped with general and professional orientation
in their field of specialization by:

1. Providing the facilities for the different curricular offering to

education students.
2. Providing activities that are applicable to the alternative learning
system, guidance and counseling, learning research center,
management and research.
3. Providing co-curricular activities that will help develop students’
mental, social, physical and mental skills.


The vision of the College of Teacher Education aims to produce

global teachers who:

1. Will be prepared to respond to multiple challenges.

2. Will be equipped with a wide range of knowledge of the various
educational systems outside the country.
3. Will master skills and competencies which can address global
demands, and;
4. Will possess attitudes and values that are acceptable to the
multicultural communities.


Bayang magiliw

Perlas ng Silanganan,

Alab ng puso,

Sa dibdib mo’y buhay.

Lupang Hinirang,

Duyan ka ng magiting,

Sa manlulupig,

Di ka pasisiil.

Sa dagat at bundok,

Sa simoy at sa langit mong bughaw,

May dilag ang tula

At awit sa paglayang minamahal.

Ang kislap ng watawat mo’y

Tagumpay na nagniningning,

Ang bituin at araw niya

Kailan pa ma’y di magdidilim.

Lupa ng araw, ng luwalhati’t pagsinta,

Buhay ay langit sa piling mo;

Aming ligaya, na pag may mang-aapi

Ang mamatay ng dahil sa iyo.


Iniibig ko ang Pilipinas, aking lupang sinilangan,

Tahanan ng aking lahi, kinukupkop ako at tinutulungang

Maging malakas, masipag at marangal

Dahil mahal ko ang Pilipinas,

Diringgin ko ang payo ng aking magulang,

Susundin ko ang tuntunin ng paaralan,

Tutuparin ko ang mga tungkulin ng isang mamamayang makabayan,

Naglilingkod, nag-aaral at nagdarasal nang buong katapatan.

Iaalay ko ang aking buhay, pangarap, pagsisikap

Sa bansang Pilipinas.


Cradled by majestic mountains

Blest with nature’s flowing fountains

Blowing flow’rs and verdant hills

Is a region of murm’ring rills.

Cordillera, region of wonder hail

Beloved land, your name we shall not fail

Honor and fame to you we’ll strive to bring

Your glory won we shall forever sing.

Here dwell freedom loving people

Strong our bond it’s hard to topple

For our freedom we rise and fight

Our priceless ancestral birthright.

‘Neath the sky the rain may gather

Angry clouds may craz’ly wander

But the sun shines forever fair

As we climb up the golden stair.

Dreams of peace of oneness and progress

Cherished goals our regions’ praises

Striving to build a brighter dawn

For our children to call their own.


Oh Baguio haven for all people,

For you we thank the Lord and God of all.

Pine sifted sunshine, air we breathe so fresh

Tranquil beauty and invigorating breeze.

Your countless wonders known afar and near,

Your verdant hills oft kissed by clouds of pearl.

Myriad flowers bloom so beautiful in you,

Like children of every land and hue.

For any race whether dark or light,

None can resist your great invite,

To love and live in you forever,

Our Eden dream and gift of the Creator.


Hail ever glorious banner

of our dear BCU.

Waving above the blue sky,

May God preserve thee ever more.

Our hearts and souls lift to thee

in deep veneration.

Thou glorious flag of BCU,

we thee forever uphold.

Wave in the space of heaven

Wave in the peace of God

United firm beneath thy fold

Let us all together stand

While our dear lives pledging

Pledging to high endeavor

That justice, truth, and equity

our BCU will shine

Hail ever glorious, BCU!


The author of this portfolio wishes to express his whole-hearted

gratitude to the following people for their unwavering support:

To Dr. Lourdes M. Trajano, Dean of the College of Teacher Education

and Liberal Arts, for the assistance and advices;

To Dr. Juliet F. Urpiano, Supervising Instructor, for guiding me

throughout this semester and for her unending patience towards me;

To my dear friends, Peter John Esden, Jomar Valerio, and Leila

Mulles, for aiding me during stressful times and for helping me finish this


To my supportive family members, for their incomparable moral,

financial and emotional support;

And to my wife, Rhoanne, for always being there for me no matter


For my son, Zaverius John,

Who always relieves my exhaustion

With his laugh


Almighty God,

Help me always to remember

the spirit and immensity of teaching.

Make me an instrument to sustain

the needs of my students.

Give me the courage and patience

to understand individual differences

Among students.

Help me not only to store knowledge

in their minds but also encourage them

to bring out their abilities in the process

of learning.

May you give me strength upon facing challenges

that will come, for me to work hard

in my goals in teaching.

This I ask for your love's sake,



“It’s not whether you finish first or last, but what counts is that you

finished” a quote that tells us not to give up even if we are left behind. It is also

a quote which motivated me. During my first three years in college, I was like a

fish being carried away by the current, drifting from one school to another, trying

to find the right course for me, trying to find my mission. My purpose in life. I

tried different courses such as Food and Beverage services, Hotel and Restaurant

Management, and Information technology in which it all ended up in regret and

disappointment. These courses were not able to provide a spark in my life. I

decided to transfer here in Baguio Central University and take up Teacher

Education, little did I know that this is the last course I will take. This was the

path I was looking for.

Most students say that Practice Teaching is the hardest and most stressful

part in being an education student, but I beg to differ. I enjoyed every bit of time

teaching my students, sharing knowledge and ideas with them, and helping them

shape their selves for the future. I cherished every moment they would participate

in class, ask advice about their studies or their personal issues.

Having my Practice Teaching 2 here in Baguio Central University is a huge

honor to me. I got to meet different kinds of students, patient critic teachers, and

friendly colleagues. If somebody is going to ask me what my most memorable

experience here is, I would say that it would be my practice teaching.


In 1945, immediately after World War II, the vocational school

named Centro Academy started its operation with the initiative and

dedication of the late Godofredo Fernandez and his wife Margarita J.


In 1949, high school academic program was added to the vocational

school. It was then named as Centro Industrial School. The secondary

curriculum was offered as an alternative for vocational training.

With an aim to provide a wider scope of educational training and to

meet the demand of the growing region, the vocational school, which was

under a single proprietorship, was turned into a private corporation. From

1951-1953, the institution offered college courses leading to the degrees,

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Secondary and Elementary Education and

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. The Bachelor of Laws and

Engineering courses were offered in 1953 and Master of Arts in Education

in 1955.

For successive years, the institution had undergone expansion in its

academic programs. From 1971-1977 there were other courses that were

offered. These are Bachelor of Science in Public Administration, Bachelor

of Science in Civil Engineering, Doctor of Education, Master of Public and

Business Administration. It was during these years of development when

the institution was named as Eastern Philippine Colleges and renamed as

the Lyceum of Baguio before it became the Baguio Central University. In

1949, Dr. Margarita J. Fernandez became the first president of the



April 26, 2018

“Better Public Speaking Seminar-Workshop”

Smiles For The Camera

At first, we were worried

with the number of
volunteers who came to
help in this event
however, as the event
went on, our efforts were
worth it as the event
turned out to be a

You Do, I Guide

The students had fun

participating in this event
as they were active during
the speaking workshop
while the guest speakers
guided the students on
the do’s and don’ts in

A Little Bit Of

During this event, I was a

contestant, working
committee, photographer,
and I also did and
intermission number
which made me enjoy this
event even more.

This event was also joined by some
of the practice teachers to relax
and enjoy.


Evaluation Rating

1 91

2 90.5

3 90

4 91

5 89.7

6 90.15

7 90.05

8 90.85

9 90.6

10 90.7

11 90.55

12 90.5

13 90.9

14 90.8

15 94.3

16 93.4

17 93.95

18 94.1

Average Rating Pre-final Final

of Evaluations Evaluation Evaluation
1 -18 Rating Rating






Pictured above is Ma’am Jane

Garcia, one of my Critic
Teachers. It was a pleasure
working with her. She was
always patient and kind to her
students during my stay with
her. Those are her qualities that
I admire from her.

A Bittersweet Memory

I enjoyed my practice
teaching, I enjoyed sharing
knowledge to the students
and inspiring them to chase
their dreams. I am going to
miss those moments