Worktext facilitates an experiential, interactive, interdisciplinary, and values-laden civics and culture program that develops pupils into responsible, active, and productive citizens. Encourages reflective thinking and critical understanding through a journal- writing activity at the end of every lesson and thought-provoking questions in the Unit Reflections section featured in each unit.
Teachers Guide offers a variety of teaching and learning strategies that encourage pupils’ active participation in learning, e.g., singing, dancing, role-playing, group discussion, case study, public forum, and interview.
Offers an up-to-date and comprehensive study of civics and culture, history, and geography
Deepens pupils’ knowledge and consciousness of their historical roots, identity as a people, rich culture, and geography
Acquaints pupils with their rights and duties as well as responsibilities as Filipinos
Exhibits sensitivity in dealing with the Muslim culture and indigenous peoples, gender relationships, and history from a Filipino perspective
Touches on peace, environmental, and human rights education
Promotes the values of environmental protection, justice, compassion, and hope while linking well-being with civics and culture
Values the sacrifices of the Filipino ancestors and draws inspirations from the Filipino heroes’ struggles for freedom, justice, and independence
Includes engaging stories that magnify the human-interest side of history
Discusses the different issues, ideas, and problems faced by the Philippine society