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Design of the Curriculum
The overall design of grades 1-10 curriculum follows the SPIRAL APPROACH across subjects by BUILDING ON THE SAME CONCEPTS DEVELOPED IN INCREASING COMPLEXITY and SOPHISTICATION starting from grade school. Teachers are expected to use the SPIRAL/PROGRESSION APPROACH in teaching competencies.

Spiral Curriculum
A curriculum in which students revisit topics each year, allegedly extending in each grade what they have learned in the grade before. The premise is that if students develop a strong foundation one year they can build on and expand that foundation the next year.

Criteria for Selection of Content of Spiral Curriculum
1. Validity
2. Significance
3. Interest
4. Learnability
5. Consistency with social realities
6. Utility

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EDUC 2B
(Principles of Teaching)

DESIGN of the CURRICULUM

Submitted to: Mr. Abdon
Submitted by: Abella, Harlyn C.
Abaca, Joseph

Multiple choice:
1. The overall design of grades 1-10 curriculum follows the _______________________.
a. Spiral concepts b. spiral approach c. competencies
2. It is a curriculum in which students revisit topics each year, allegedly extending in each grade what they have learned in the grade before.
a. Spiral/progression approach b. spiral concepts
3. Teachers are expected to use the spiral/progression approach in __________________.
a. Teaching method b. teaching competencies
4. The premise of spiral curriculum is that if students develop a strong foundation one year they can build on and _______________ that foundation the next year.
a. Explore b. expand c. evaluate
5. Criteria of spiral curriculum which means the usefulness of the content.
a. Interest b. validity c. utility
6. Criteria for selection of spiral curriculum which is the agreement or harmony.
a. Interest b. learnability c. consistency with social realities
7. Criteria for selection of spiral curriculum which is a curiosity about

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