ANNOUNCEMENT: Kinder 2 Bridging
The special class fro Kinder 2 acceleration will start on March 17, so that they can continue to practice for their graduation on March 15. The class will end on April 11.
They might have to be in the same Grade 2 class with Kinder 2 Faith.
The following are the topics that they have to learn before starting Grade 2.
Third Quarter Curriculum Kinder 2 + Grade 1
Third Quarter Curriculum for Kinder 2 - Grade 1
S.Y. 2013 – 2014
Ø Final Consonants -ld
Ø Words with Initial Consonants wh
Ø r-controlled Vowels
Ø Identifying the Main Idea
Ø Noting Details
Ø Making Inferences
Ø Distinguishing Reality from Fantasy
Ø Identifying Character Traits
Ø God is Everywhere
Ø Using the –s/ -es Form of Verbs Correctly
Ø Using the Base Form of Verbs Correctly
· Problem Solving
· The Concept of Multiplication
· The Multiplication Symbol
c. Multiplication Facts
· Multiplication Facts of 2
· Multiplication Facts of 5
· Multiplication Facts of 10
· Multiplication Facts of 3 and 4
d. Properties of Multiplication
· Identity Property
· Order Property
· Zero Property
CHAPTER 5 – Learning About Matter
Lesson 28 – Characteristics of Matter
Ø Occupies Space
a. Big Space, Small Space
b. A Space for Each Object
Ø Has Mass
Ø Has Weight
Ø Comparing Weights
Ø How Different Kinds of Matter are Alike
1. Mahahalagang Okasyon sa Bansa
2. Uri ng Pangngalan
5. Mga Detalyeng Sumasagot sa Ano at Sino
6. Mga Detalyeng Sumasagot sa Saan at Kailan
7. Mga Detalyeng Sumasagot sa Bakit at Paano
8. Ang Alamat ng Mundo (Pagbasa)
Second Quarter Curriculum Kinder 2 + Grade 1
Second Quarter Curriculum for Kinder 2 - Grade 1
S.Y. 2013 – 2014
Ø Words with ai and ay
Ø oi and oy sounds
Ø Words with digraph: th
Ø Words with silent letters
Ø Compound Words
Ø The Lion and the Mouse
Ø Identifying the Degree of Comparison of Adjectives
Ø Using Born in and Born on Correctly
1. Fact Families
2. Numbers Up to 999
Ø Number words
3. Addition of Three-digit Numbers with Sum Up to 999 Without Regrouping
4. Addition of Three-digit Numbers with Sum Up to 999 With Regrouping
5. Subtraction within 999 without Regrouping
6. Subtraction within 99 with Regrouping
CHAPTER 2 – Learning About Yourself and Others
Lesson 13 – Body Parts of Animals
Ø Body Parts Common to Many Animals
Ø Body Parts Not Common to All Animals
Lesson 15 – Growing Animals and Their Needs
Ø Changes in Growing Animals
CHAPTER 4 – Learning About Plants
Lesson 18 – Plants as Living Things
Ø How Plants Differ from Other Living Things
1. Panandang Ang at Ang Mga
2. Panandang Si at Sina
3. Pang-ugnay na At
a. Gat Manuel Luis Quezon
b. Melchora Aquino: Bayaning Pilipina
3. Wikang Pambansa
1. Pagsulat ng maliit at malaking titik
2. Pagpapalawak ng talasalitaan sa pamamagitan ng muling pagsulat sa gabay ng guro
IBA PANG KASANAYAN
1. Paghingi ng Pahintulot at Pasasalamat
2. Pagtanggap ng Bisita o Panauhin
3. Paraan ng Pagtulong at Pakikiramay
First Quarter Curriculum - Kinder 2 - Grade 1
First Quarter Curriculum for Kinder 2 - Grade 1
S.Y. 2013 – 2014
Ø Medial Consonant Sounds
Ø Identifying Characters
Ø Identifying Cause and Effect Relationship
Ø Sequencing Events
Ø Predicting Outcomes
Ø A Special Gift from God
Ø Using Capital Letters Correctly
Ø Using this is, that is, these are, and those are correctly
Ø Identifying the Gender of Nouns
Ø Identifying the Possessive Form of Nouns
Ø Recognizing Count and Mass Nouns
Ø Elements of a set
3. Writing Numbers in Expanded Form
4. Odd and Even Numbers (up to 100)
5. Addition of Whole Numbers
Ø Zero in Addition
Ø Order Property of Addition
CHAPTER 1 – Learning About Things
Lesson 1 – Comparing and Classifying
Lesson 3 – Measuring
Ø Weight and Mass
Lesson 4 – Inferring and Predicting
Ø Gamit ng Malaking Titik
Ø Umagang Kay Ganda
Ø Humanda sa Pagpasok
2. Awiting Bayan
Ø Alpabetong Pilipino
Ø Sampung mga Daliri
Ø Maliliit na Gagamba
Ø Pagsulat ng maliit at malaking titik
Iba Pang Kasanayan
1. Mga Huni at Tunog sa Paligid
2. Magagalang na pananalita sa pakikipag-usap
Ø Pagbati sa umaga, tanghali, at gabi
Ø Pagpapakilala sa sarili
3. Ang sariling gamit ay para sa sarili lamang
OUR HARD WORK HAS PAID OFF
12 years ago we started our first Kindergarten 1 class. Now, 12 years after, most of the students then are still with us and they are our first batch of high school graduates. Our 12 years of hard work has paid off.
3 of the 14 students passed the UPCAT, 5 the ACET, and 11 the DLSUCET. The passing rates are 21% for UP, 36% for Ateneo, and 79% for La Salle. We really thank the Lord for His blessings and help for such good results.
LATEST NEW: Passing rate for UST is 100%.
Dr. Lao Challenges Pace Basketball Players
Pace Academy has hired a team of trainers to train our players every Friday and Saturday. As players have to train 30 minutes everyday, the gym is open for training after classes from Monday to Thursday. We are setting up a routine for players to make good use of this very limited time. Each player is to do 5 rounds of agility exercises, 8 dribbling drills, 20 shooting attempts, and 10 rounds around the basketball court.
To push the players to work harder, Dr. Lao challenges all players to a race on Monday, November 28. “God willing, I will be 60 years old in about 500 days. If you can’t beat a non-athletic old man like me, how can you win games? I challenge you not because I want to win, but because I want you to win. I am happy if I win, but I will be happier if you win. I am proud if I win, but I will be more proud if you win. Beat me, please!”
PACE Sports Program
This August, Pace Academy joined the Developmental Boys Basketball Tournament sponsored by the Filipino Chinese Amateur Athletic Federation. It is our first time to join a basketball tournament. In spite of being the youngest and most inexperienced team, we played with a lot of heart. Even though we lost every game, including a heart-breaking loss in the last game, we are extremely proud of our boys.
Our plan for the future is to start training hard beginning this November to prepare for the same tournament next year. In 2013, we will also join the tournament for 13 year olds. This will be a rematch with the teams that we met this year, and things will be different if we work hard.
Our High 1 and Grade 6 students are very eager to join the tournament for 13 year olds this year. However, we feel that we are not yet ready. We have made a deal with our High 1 and Grade 6 students that if they train faithfully for 2 years, we will join the High School Basketball Tournament in 2013. By then, they will be in High III and High II, and the High II now will be High IV, and they can also join. Therefore, all high school students can join. The only condition is that they must train hard for 2 years.
All those who want to make the team have to pledge that they will attend the trainings in school every Friday and Saturday. They must train following an individualized program for 30 minutes a day, at home or in the Gym. We believe if they do this, there will be tremendous improvements in their skills, speed, agility, strength, and endurance; it will also be very helpful for their health and growth.
Aside from promoting basketball, we have also joined an interschool ping pong competition. Many students are training after class, and 8 of them will represent Pace in another competition. For those who are interested in futsal (a kind of soccer), there are also trainings on Saturday afternoons.
Pace Academy is building a strong sport program for all students. We will include other sports in the future. Our goal is to encourage each student to go into a sport of his choice for him to enjoy and to excel in. This will be a great help for their health, growth, and self-confidence. Anyone, even though he may not be athletic at first, who works hard and follows our training program has a good chance to make it to the school team.
We would like to thank all the parents who supported our basketball team with words or encouragement, cheering during the games, and providing refreshments.
Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Go (parents of James) and Asian Machine Shop for sponsoring our team uniforms, Mr. and Mrs. Lim (parents of Getson) for providing our players and coaching staff with basketball bags, and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ong (parents of Dean and Darrel) for donating an official basketball.
A Big Win!
We won! Last year we lost all 9 games that we played in the FCAAF Developmental Cup. But last Saturday, in our first game in the same tournament this year, we beat a team that had beaten us badly last year. 36-18 -- a convincing win! Our hard work pays off and our plan is working.We might not win a championship yet, but we are no longer a team that can be taken lightly.We would like to thank all the parents who supported our sports program with encouraging words, cheering during games, and providing refreshments and equipments. Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Go (parents of James) and Asian Machine Shop for sponsoring our eleven & under uniforms, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ong (parents of Dave) for sponsoring our high school team uniform, and Mr. and Mrs. Fortunato Serrano (parents of Marco) for donating 2 ping-pong tables.