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K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONAGRICULTURE/FISHERY - HORTICULTURE(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 1Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 1: USE FARM TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTDemonstrate understandingof/on: Farm tools Power tools Handheld tools (ex.scythe, pruning tools,etc. Safety practices duringoperations of farmequipment1. Appropriate farm tools areidentified according torequirements/use.2. Farm tool checked for faultsand defective tools arereported in accordance withfarm procedures.3. Appropriate tools andequipment are safely usedaccording to job requirementsand manufacturers’conditions.4. Grafting knives arereconditioned oiled andproperly stored.LO1. Select anduse farmtools.1. Drawing the farm tools andindicating their functions.2. Getting familiarized withtools used in landpreparation, cultivation,plant propagation, andharvesting.3. Poster making on thesafety precaution on theuse of farm tools. Written test PerformanceTest5 hours Manual of farmequipment andspecifications Parts and functions ofequipment Pre-operation and check-up. Safety practices duringoperations of farmequipment Calibration and use of1. Appropriate farm equipmentand facilities are identified.2. Instructional manual of farmequipment are carefully readprior to operation.3. Pre-operation check-up isconducted in line withmanufacturers’ manual.4. Faults in farm equipment andfacilities are identified andreported in line with farmLO2. Select andoperatefarmequipment.1. Making a scrapbook ofpictures of farm equipmentand writing down thefunctions of the farmequipment.2. Making a report on themanufacturers’ manual.3. Conducting a sloganmaking contest on properuse of farm equipment.4. Handling farm equipment Written test PerformanceTest7 hours
K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONAGRICULTURE/FISHERY - HORTICULTURE(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 2Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment Durationfarm equipment procedures.5. Farm equipment are usedaccording to its function.6. Safety procedures arefollowed.to determine if they arefunctional or not.Demonstrate understandingof/on: Preventive maintenance Safety measures andpractices in cleaningand storing fordifferent farm tools,equipment andfacilities. Upkeep of equipment1. Tools and equipment arecleaned immediately after usein line with farm procedures.2. Routine check-up andmaintenance are performed.3. Tools and equipment arestored in designated areas inline with farm procedures.4. Farm tools and equipment areregularly sharpened and oiledfrom time to time.LO3.Performpreventivemaintenance.1. Sharpening tools andequipment as the needarises.2. Making a checklist of theconditions of the tools andequipment.3. Doing regular inspection ofthe tools and thecabinet/storing places.4. Doing an inventory of toolsand equipment before andafter use. Written test PerformanceTest5 hoursLESSON 2: PERFORMING ESTIMATION AND BASIC CALCULATION Problem solvingprocedures Basic mathematicaloperations Depreciation of farmtools and implements Simple project proposalmaking Financial Statement Pricing1. Job requirements areidentified.2. Quantities of materials andresources required tocomplete a work task areestimated.3. Time needed to complete awork activity is estimated.4. Accurate estimate for workcompletion is made.LO1. Performestimation.1. Making a simple projectproposal to be able todetermine throughestimation man-hourrequirement, needed input,time frame, laborrequirement, etc.2. Preparing of FinancialStatement.3. Determining the price ofproduct. Written test PerformanceTest Problemsolving5 hours
K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONAGRICULTURE/FISHERY - HORTICULTURE(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 3Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/on:5. Estimate of materials andresources are reported.6. Determining the cost andreturn of producinghorticultural crops.7. Determining the profit/lossusing the four fundamentaloperations.8. Determining the price of aproduct with the use of markup percentage.4. Computing depreciationcosts using various formsof computing depreciation. Basic mathematicaloperations Systems of measurement Units of measurement Conversion of units Fractions and decimals Percentages and ratios Basic record keeping1. Calculations to be made areidentified according to jobrequirements.2. Correct method of calculationis determined.3. Systems and units ofmeasurement to be followedare ascertained.4. Calculations needed tocomplete work task areperformed using the fourbasic mathematicaloperations.5. Appropriate operations areused to comply with theinstruction6. Result obtained is reviewedand thoroughly checked.LO2.Perform basicworkplacecalculations.1. Contest on reciting units ofmeasurement andconversion tables.2. Preparing project proposalin a magnified manner.3. Preparing the operatingstatement and cash flow.4. Computing for the totalsales, total expenses andnet profit or net loss.5. Computing fertilizeramount. Written test PerformanceTest5 hours
K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONAGRICULTURE/FISHERY - HORTICULTURE(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 4Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 3: INTERPRET PLANS AND DRAWINGSDemonstrate understandingon: Farm plans and layout Types of plantingsystems in horticulturalcrop productionInterpreting and readingplanting system Government plans Staking procedures Planting board1. Planting system is interpretedaccording to established farmprocedures.2. Farm plans and layout aredesigned according to cropgrown.3. Site is staked according toplanting plan/system.LO1.Interpret farmplans andlayouts.1. Lay outing garden plotsbased on themeasurement.2. Interpreting an orchardplan and sketch.3. Introducing the use ofplanting board.4. Constructing an ideal planfor horticultural cropproduction field. Written test PerformanceTest Checklist usingrubrics3 hours Lay-out plan of irrigationsystem Types of irrigationsystem1. Irrigation system plan isinterpreted according toestablished procedures.2. Different designs of irrigationsystems are enumeratedaccording to standardprocedures.LO2. Interpretirrigationplan anddesign.1. Sketching a plan onirrigation system to suit thetopography of the land.2. Creating a miniatureirrigation canal based onthe actual measurementand use ratio andproportion. Written test PerformanceTest3 hoursLESSON 4: APPLYING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN FARM OPERATIONS Farm works that involvesusing chemicals Personal protectiveequipment used in farms1. Safety measures are appliedbased on work requirementand farm procedures.2. Tools and materials areutilized in accordance withspecification and procedures.LO1. Applyappropriatesafetymeasureswhileworking in1. Demonstrating properwearing of PPE.2. Conducting a lecture forumon first aid.3. Showing films on safetyprecaution. Writtenexamination Interview4 hours
K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONAGRICULTURE/FISHERY - HORTICULTURE(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 5Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationDemonstrate understandingof/on: Basic first aid Farm emergencyprocedures regardingsafety workingenvironment3. Outfit is worn in accordancewith farm requirements.4. Shelf life and/or expiration ofmaterials are effectivelychecked againstmanufacturer’s specifications.5. Hazards in the workplace areidentified and reported in linewith farm guidelines6. Emergency and accidentsare responded to andprevented.thefarm. 4. Conducting studentreporting on hazards in thefarm.5. Organizing a symposiumon the prevention ofaccidents in the farm. Procedure in cleaningand storing tools andoutfits Technique in storingmaterials and chemicals Government requirementregarding farm wastedisposal Waste managementsystem (FPA laws,DENR laws, etc.)1. Used tools and outfit arecleaned and stored in linewith farm procedure.2. Unused materials are labeledand stored according tomanufacturer’srecommendation and farmrequirements.3. Waste materials are disposedaccording to manufacturer’s,government and farmrequirements.LO2.Safe keep/disposetools,materialsand outfit.1. Making posters/drawingspertaining to properdisposal of wastematerials.2. Conducting slogan makingon the proper use of toolsand equipment.3. Make compost. Writtenexamination Interview4 hours40 hours