The Department of Education (DepEd) has provided the Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs) as a reference for all Schools, Division, and Regional Offices as they prepare for the implementation of different learning delivery approaches. The Education Department also released these Teachers Guides in Using MELCs (All Subject). These will serve as Guides for Teachers in Using the Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs).
“The MELCs shall serve as the primary reference of all schools, Schools Division
Offices (SDO) and Regional offices (Ros) in determining and implementing learning
delivery approaches that are suited to the local context and diversity of learners, while adapting to the challenges posed by COVID 19.” – DM-CI-2020-000
Accordingly, ROs, SDOs and schools need not create a new list of learning competencies for the different learning areas since these are already available through the MELCs. Schools, SDOs and ROs are encouraged to supplement the MELCs through their enhancement and contextualization, which specifically includes the preparation of Modules or Self-Learning Kits.
Teachers Guides in Using MELCs (All Subject)
Here are the Guides for Teachers in Using the Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs). These files are free. Get your copies from the links below:
|MELCs Guides in Kindergarten||Download|
|MELCs Guides in Araling Panlipunan||Download|
|MELCs Guides in English||Download|
|MELCs Guides in EPP and TLE||Download|
|MELCs Guides in ESP||Download|
|MELCs Guides in Filipino||Download|
|MELCs Guides in MAPEH||Download|
|MELCs Guides in Mathematics||Download|
|MELCs Guides in MTB-MLE||Download|
|MELCs Guides in Science||Download|
Feel free to download these additional printable resources.
|K-12 Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELC)||Download|
|K-12 Teacher’s Guide||Download|
|K-12 Learner’s Materials||Download|
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