Oplan

In: Other Topics

Submitted By tentai
Words 2884
Pages 12
Oplan:
Tutok Basa

S.Y. 2013 – 2014

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
DIVISION OF CITY SCHOOLS
Quezon City, Metro Manila

Pangalan _____________________________________ Baitang at Pangkat _____________

Unang Baitang

Masayang Mag-anak Sabado ng umaga, ang lahat ay abalang abala sa kanilang mga gawain. “Maganda ng umaga po, Nanay! Magandang umaga po, Tatay!” ang bati nina Ada at Milo.
Masayang nagluluto ang Nanay sa kusina. Nagtatanim naman ng gulay si Tatay sa bakanteng lote.
“Aw! Aw! Aw!” ang tahol ni Pulgoso habang nakikipaghabulan sa malikot na si Muning.
“Tiktilaok!” ang sabi ng manok nang makitang may dala-dalang patuka si Milo. “Ako na ang maglilinis ng silid Kuya,” sigaw ni Ada. Hapon na nang matapos sa kanilang Gawain ang mag-anak. Kahit pagod, ang lahat ay may ngiti sa labi.
Sila ay larawan ng isang masaya at nagtutulungang mag-anak.
Masayang Mag-anak Sabado ng umaga, ang lahat ay abalang abala sa kanilang mga gawain. “Maganda ng umaga po, Nanay! Magandang umaga po, Tatay!” ang bati nina Ada at Milo.
Masayang nagluluto ang Nanay sa kusina. Nagtatanim naman ng gulay si Tatay sa bakanteng lote.
“Aw! Aw! Aw!” ang tahol ni Pulgoso habang nakikipaghabulan sa malikot na si Muning.
“Tiktilaok!” ang sabi ng manok nang makitang may dala-dalang patuka si Milo. “Ako na ang maglilinis ng silid Kuya,” sigaw ni Ada. Hapon na nang matapos sa kanilang Gawain ang mag-anak. Kahit pagod, ang lahat ay may ngiti sa labi.
Sila ay larawan ng isang masaya at nagtutulungang mag-anak.

Unang Baitang.

Sagutin ang mga tanong.

1. Kailan nangyari ang kuwento? a. Lunes c. Sabado b. Biyernes d. Linggo

2. Sino-sino ang mga abalang abala? a. Nanay c. Kuya b. Tatay d. Lahat

3. Ano ang ginagawa ng tatay? a. Nagdidilig c. nag-aararo b. Nagtatanim d. nagsisibak ng…...

Similar Documents

Philippine Forest

...the world in terms of number of threatened endemic species of birds. The “tamaraw” (Bubalus Mendorensis) has become the most threatened mammal with population of less than 200. In the marine ecosystem, “commercially important” species like tuna, shellfish and other audible species are also overharvested. In 1992, the United Nation convened a conference on Environment and Development. This was held in the Rio de Janairo, Brazil, and came to be known by many names: the UNCED, the Earth Summit, and Rio Summit. Now it is called the Global Agenda 21 or Agenda 21. The PCSD was the group which led the making of the Philippine Agenda. It was the very first national council for sustainable development created after UNCED. Forest Management OPLAN SAGIP GUBAT was implemented in an effort to save and protect the remaining old growth forests of the Philippines and preserve its biodiversity. Its execution anchored DENR administrative Order No.24 Series of 1991 which imposes total logging ban in old growth forests and took effect on January 1, 1991. Protected Areas and Wildlife Management The passage if the NIPAS Act of 1992 or the act providing for the establishment and management of National Integrated Protected Areas System aims to preserve biological diversity and management of protected areas. Forest Land Management Agreement (FLMA) gives reforestation contractors and privilege to manage and protect the areas they reforested and be able to benefit from the harvest of forest......

Words: 4854 - Pages: 20

Policing

...urged the members of the PNP to help the government to fulfill its goal towards the Philippine 2000. Under Director Gen. Sarmiento's stewardship, the organization, as it is done centered its attention in helping the country to move forward economically by maintaining peace and order, assisting the government in times of calamities and combating violence and lawlessness. He imbibed to the minds of the entire PNP personnel of their commitment to the entire populace through the POLICE 2000. It may not be a perfect organization but it is forever cleansing its ranks-to rid of the very few misfits who have tarnished its image. The PNP is currently intensifying its operations on "OPLAN PAGLALANSAG" in answer to the President's call to dismantle all existing private armed groups throughout the archipelago and "OPLAN PAGBABAGO" as the organization's way of religiously cleansing its force of misguided elements. Indeed, our police force have a great task ahead of them but with the people behind it, how can it fail. With the affectivity of Republic Act No. 8551, "An Act Providing for the Reform and Reorganization of the Philippine National Police and for other Purposes, amending Certain Provisions of RA No. 6975", otherwise known as the “Philippine National Police Reform and Reorganization Act of 1998,” the PNP was envisioned to be a community and service oriented Agency. As mandated by law, the PNP activated/created the Internal Affairs Service (IAS) on a national scope on 1 June......

Words: 1623 - Pages: 7

Taxation

...internet taxation? (Mirasol, 2013). As Muscovitch branded e-commerce as “a new international trade route,” tax laws should be modified in order to attend to the new scheme of activities occurring online (Adam, Dogramaci, Gangopadhyay, & Yesha, 1999, p.152). One of our interviewees, Richard Oquendo (2013), asserted that the prevailing reason of the BIR for not yet taxing e-retailers is because of the difficulty in tracing their presence. As what he said, even without the proposed bill, as long as there is a program coming from the national office, the BIR can rightly go after the online sellers because there is already enough evidence of the said activity by just printing online advertisements and products posted. The BIR has come upon the “Oplan Kandado” program whereby they can automatically close businesses that have not complied the registration uphold by the BIR. Retailers can be punished if they are not able to report their returns due to their avoidance of paying tax or the so called “tax evasion.” The E-commerce Act of the Philippines also exhibits a huge role in helping the government to have an easier collection of tax by subjecting some documents such as invoices, receipts and the like into an electronic format. The absence of sales invoices makes it difficult for the seller to ascertain the sales they have and the equivalent income they are obliged to pay. The Revenue Memorandum Order No. 21-2000 was amended by the BIR for the principles regarding the......

Words: 3200 - Pages: 13

Common Difficulties Encountered by High School Students in Philippines

... | |May 2012 |21 - 26 |National Schools Maintenance Week | | | |(Brigada Eskwela) | | |28 |Registration of 5-6 year old children for for Kindergarten and Grade 1 at | | | |Barangay Centers | | | |Oplan Balik Eskwela | | |28 - 31 | | |June 2012 |1 – 8 |Oplan Balik Eskwela | | |4 |Beginning of Classes for SY 2012- 2013 | | | |Orientation on the Students on the enhanced Basic Education, K to | | | |12 Program Implementation | | |9 |Distribution of Textbooks and Other Learning Resources | | ...

Words: 3288 - Pages: 14

Brigada Eskwela

...CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 WHAT IS BRIGADA ESKWELA? Brigada Eskwela, also known as the Bayanihan Para Sa Paaralan, is a nationwide voluntary effort of teachers, parents, students, community members, and other organizations to do minor repairs and clean-ups on their schools in preparation for the start of the school year. This week-long event began in 2003 as part of the Oplan Balik Eskwela Program and National Maintenance Week of the Department of Education(DepEd). It encourages volunteers give out their time, effort, and even donate materials such as paint, cement, lumber and other materials, which could be used for minor repairs and building. Donations from local corporations and businesses are given in kind. Minor repairs are usually done before the opening of classes. Maintenance work such as the repainting of the roof and exterior walls, repair of leaking water pipes, ceiling boards, broken furniture and windows, cleaning of toilets, and gardening are done by volunteers with the help of donations in kind from non-government organizations and corporations. As early as February, school heads recruit volunteers who would participate in the brigade, by March, they would approach local businesses for donations, then organize work groups by April. It is usually held two weeks prior to every year's opening of classes. 1.2.1 EFFECTS OF BRIGADA ESKWELA As a positive effect of Brigada Eskwela, teachers can start their classsroom instruction on the......

Words: 1817 - Pages: 8

Brigada Eskwela

...Brigada Eskwela Jump to: navigation, search Volunteers cleaning and doing minor repairs inside a classroom Brigada Eskwela, also known as the Bayanihan Para Sa Paaralan, is a nationwide voluntary effort of teachers, parents, students, community members, and other organizations to do minor repairs and clean-ups on their schools in preparation for the start of the school year. This week-long event began in 2003 as part of the Oplan Balik Eskwela Program and National Maintenance Week of the Department of Education (DepEd). It encourages volunteers give out their time, effort, and even donate materials such as paint, cement, lumber and other materials, which could be used for minor repairs and building. Donations from local corporations and businesses are given in kind. Contents | * 1 Activities * 2 Benefits * 3 References * 4 Citation | Activities A community repainting the fences of a public school in Tacloban City Minor repairs are usually done before the opening of classes. Maintenance work such as the repainting of the roof and exterior walls, repair of leaking water pipes, ceiling boards, broken furniture and windows, cleaning of toilets, and gardening are done by volunteers with the help of donations in kind from non-government organizations and corporations. As early as February, school heads recruit volunteers who would participate in the brigade, by March, they would approach local businesses for donations, then organize work groups by April....

Words: 374 - Pages: 2

Po;.O; Looi

...to improved aviation safety; more long-haul flights to and from the Philippines 20. Meeting certification standards for seamen 21. MRT woes brought about by private contractor; additional trains and rehabilitation program for escalators underway 22. Modernization program for the Armed Forces of the Philippines - five C-130s, three C-295 medium lift transports, two C-212 light lift transports; landing crafts for rescue and clearing operations; various aircraft, seacraft, arms and equipment to defend the country's territorial integrity 23. 1:1 police-to-pistol ratio for the Philippine National Police, along with 2,523 procured patrol jeeps; 577 utility vehicles; 12,399 handheld radios; 30,136 long firearms, among others 24. Praise for Oplan Lambat Sibat, an anti-criminality drive led by Interior Secretary Mar Roxas. 163,000 suspects caught; 1,000 gangs neutralized; crime rate falling down in Metro Manila; neutralization of high-profile targets 25. Raising combat pay and subsistence allowance for police personnel 26. Infrastructure projects completed in different areas of the country, including new bridges, roads, flood control projects even in areas led by non-allies of the administration 27. Need to retrofit Guadalupe bridge 28. 10 awarded, 13 ongoing and 27 public-private partnerships in the pipeline 29. Philippines first in Asia, second worldwide in terms of job optimism 30. Car sales 27 percent up in 2014 31. European Commission removed the Philippine fishing......

Words: 742 - Pages: 3

Sona 2015

...airlines will be able to fly directly to the United Kingdom, Italy, and other countries part of the EU.For the unresolved problems on Metro Rail Transit (MRT), Aquino said plans of purchasing of new MRT train coaches. He said that the process to obtain new MRT rails underway, together with the upgrading of the signaling and automatic fare collecting system but failed to mention the target timeline for the project.For Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) modernization, the government has plan to buy 2 more C-130. There will be additional 6 landing craft utilities and 3 C-295 medium lift transport.He also mentioned the PNP Capability Enhancement Program of which 2,523 patrol jeeps and 577 utility vehicles were purchased. He also boasts the 'Oplan Lambat Sibat' to arrest criminals. On his term, he said that 163,000 most wanted criminals were seized including Marwan and Usman.Aquino cited the long-awaited infrastructure projects such as Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway (MCX) and Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway o TPLEX and the ongoing projects including Cavite-Laguna Expressway, Skyway Stage 3, and NLEX-SLEX Road. The Laguna Lakeshore Expressway Dike will be awarded this December.Aquino mentioned the latest survey from SWS that 8 out of 10 Filipinos believed that the country will be included in the list of developed countries. Based on Gallup survey, the Philippines has the highest optimism in Asia Pacific and second highest in the world.The president also included on his SONA......

Words: 1875 - Pages: 8

Lumad

...anti-mining activities, the Special Rapporteur urged the Government, in consultation with indigenous peoples, to give greater attention to addressing the causes of displacement whether it is due to the militarization of their areas or development projects.  Victims of any of the killings and massacres have not been provided justice. AIPP denounces, in the strongest terms, the prevailing culture of impunity for such heinous crimes. The immunity provided to paramilitary and security forces as an integral part of Aquino’s counter-insurgency program ‘Oplan Bayanihan’ must end if it is to provide any justice to the victims.  AIPP calls on the concerned Filipino authorities to promptly conduct an independent and transparent investigation of all the extrajudicial killings under the current regime. It appeals for an immediate end to the militarization in indigenous communities, including termination of the counter-insurgency program ‘Oplan Bayanihan’, withdrawal of military and paramilitary troops from the communities and dismantling of private armies. It also urges the Government to revoke the Executive Order 546, which legitimizes  formation of such paramilitary groups.  Further, AIPP appeals to the Filipino government to immediately stop all destructive projects in ancestral territories, including mining, hydroelectricity and logging and uphold the rights of indigenous peoples, including their rights to lands, territories and resources and self-determination, in line with its......

Words: 5188 - Pages: 21

Business Category

... |Department/Unit/Division: |Coordinator/Contact No.: | |Area Operations Manager |WESVIS – Poultry & Meats |Pamela Jiloca | | | |0918-2808364 | | | |Purpose of the Trip: | |Meeting with OPLAN Group | | | |B. Itinerary: | |Origin |Bacolod |Date of Departure |02/19/2015 |Places of Destination: | | | | | |1 Bcd-Ceb | | ...

Words: 1556 - Pages: 7

Love

...believe that Marcos have violent leadership. But because of the video entitled “The Untold Stories of Batas Militar”, I clearly understand why it all happened and what the reasons of each party were. And in addition, when I was in high school, my teacher used to teach us that Corazon Aquino was a good leader of the country which is true, but she was never an effective President not like Marcos who has many projects implemented during his terms. 5. Define Martial Law Martial Law means a certain country or community will be under the law of the military. In the Philippines, it is “Batas Militar”. In the Philippine government, the officers gave code name to the program, “Oplan Sagittarius”. Romeo Espino, the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) was the one who wrote Oplan Sagittarius. Only few know about the program. There are twelve who know about this and they are: Juan Ponce Enrile, Fabian Ver, Romeo Espino, Romeo Gatan, Fidel Ramos, Rafael Zagala, Ignacio Paz, Eduardo Danding Cojuangco, Jose Rarcudo, Thomas Diaz, Hilario Ruiz, and Alfredo Montoya with their head, the President Ferdinand Marcos. The twelve were called “The Rolex Twelve” because they were given Rolex watch each. Romeo Espino said that after few months, the watches that were given to them faded. Martial Law in the Philippines caused many bad changes. One is the price hike on gasoline and basic commodities, and also the staying of the military base of U.S. who......

Words: 1121 - Pages: 5

Greenhouse Effect

...Aquino III not only was “actively and directly” involved in the planning and preparation of the Mamasapano operation, but that the chief executive did not do anything to save the 44 members of the Philippine National Police-Special Action Force who were killed during the incident. The veteran senator made the pronouncement on Monday with little more than a week before the resumption of the Senate investigation into the incident, which Enrile pushed the Committee on Public order to reopen. “So that there will be no more questions whether we should reopen the probe or not, I would like to make manifestation that I have evidence that the President, Benigno Aquino III actively and directly involved himself in the planning and preparation of Oplan Exodus,” said Enrile as committee chairman Senator Grace Poe sought clarification on the Senate Rules Committee decision to reopen the probe. Enrile said that on the day of actual preparation, the president was monitoring the operations while going to Zamboanga City. “While the operation is going on the SAF units were being slaughtered, he did not do anything at all to save them. I’m going to prove this with evidence in the hearing, “said Enrile. When sought for comment, Communication Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. Said Malacañiang will answer Enrile’s allegations in the proper forum”. “We will address these questions if and when these are raised or asked at the proper forum,” Coloma wrote in a text message. “As we have previously......

Words: 763 - Pages: 4

Child Stress

...I. Project Title : Sabon Oplan Asenso para sa Pangkabuhayan II. Rationale: Unemployment is one of the major concern of the local government. Over years, we can observe the fast growing in our population especially in depressed area. Some Non-Government Organization, People Organization and school projects would like to help to ease the burden of the community by educating the unemployed mothers and housewives on how to improve their ways of living. With the help and cooperation of the barangay leaders, this project would be possible. This project will be funded solely by the contributions of each members and ask some business people to give them ideas and encouragement on organizing, training, funding, marketing and management. We opt to conduct the livelihood program in Barangay Sun Valley Paranque City. The total land area is 75 hectares composed of 32 subdivision/cluster. It is situated along West Service Road, South Superhiway, Paranque City. You could reach the place through the following landmarks: Toyota Bicutan, Robinson’s Supermarket, and Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Parish. Houses were commonly built in concrete type. The area is comprises of 7, 983 households. Majority of the population are male and under 30 years of age. The average income of the family per month is approximately P10, 000 and majority living in the area are unemployed because they only reach high school level. Majority of the family has electricity. Water is one of...

Words: 960 - Pages: 4

Self Test

...records, an issue from detail record (MSI) transaction must be prepared and processed in the Materiel Management System once the system becomes available. 4. Why must degraded operations documents be input prior to processing any new transactions on- line? * This is done to prevent rejects and incorrect data from being processed. 215. Readiness 1. Who acts as the focal point for all supply wartime readiness issues to include contingency planning, assessment, and deployment operations? * The Readiness function acts as the focal point for all materiel management war readiness issues to include contingency planning, assessment, and deployment operations. 2. What is a UTC? * Unit type codes identify each unit tasked in the OPlan or (time phased force deployment data) TPFDD. 3. What is the AEF UTC Reporting Tool? * ART is a CSAF-directed system developed to measure AEF readiness. 4. What is SORTS? * Status of Resources and Training System is a monitoring system of measured units and resources, SORTS indicates the C-level of selected resources and training status required to undertake the full mission set for which a unit was organized or designed. 216. Mobility 1. Why are extra controls necessary for small arms? * Extra controls are necessary to prevent their losses. 2. What must be annotated on all supply transaction documentation for weapons? * All documentation (i.e., receipts, issues, transfers, turn-ins, and shipments) for a weapon......

Words: 2865 - Pages: 12

Auditing

...activities integrated in the syllabi. | a. To assess the subjects offered | * Obtain a copy of the syllabi in Theology | | Level of Effectiveness | | | * Obtain a copy of the student curriculum | | Level of Effectiveness | 4.3. Strict implementation of suspension to students caught cheating in the class and assert the calibre of honesty | a. To determine whether students adhere to the policy of DSA on cheating and assess the transparency of the department. | * Answer sheets with Pledge of Honesty | | Level of Effectiveness | | | * COA results | | Level of Effectiveness | 4.4. Require students to enroll NSTP and Community Extension Service (CES) and participate in its activities such as Gawad Kalinga, Tree Planting, OPLAN projects, and outreach program | a. To determine whether the students participated in various activities as integrated in their curriculum. | * Obtain a copy of the schedule of activities. | | Level of Effectiveness | | | * Obtain a copy of the student curriculum | | Level of Effectiveness | 4.5. a. Require students to enrol Rizal and Filipino courses and participate in its activities.b. Encourage students to attend flag ceremony | a. To determine whether the students participated in various activities as integrated in their curriculum. | * Obtain a copy of the schedule of activities. | | Level of Effectiveness | | | * Obtain a copy of the student curriculum | | Level of Effectiveness | 5.1. Update......

Words: 1280 - Pages: 6