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Republic of the Philippines
Region III
Division of Bulacan
Baliwag North District
Paitan, Baliwag, Bulacan

ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN 2011-2012 Project | Objective/s | Activities/Strategies | Personnel to be Involved | RESOURCES NEEDED ( Supplies, Materials, Equipments) | Sources of Fund | Budget | Time Frame | Success Indicator | Sustainability | Pupils’ Development Poor/ Low comprehension skills in both English and Filipino. | 1. To Increase the reading comprehension of pupils with low comprehension skills. | 1. Encourage pupils to borrow or make use of the school library during vacant hours. 1.1 Add more reading materials/ activities in subject areas that use the English language. 1.2 Organize remedial classes in Reading. 1.3 Conduct a teacher –parent meeting to encourage parents, cooperation and guidance to improve pupils, reading comprehension skills. | School head, teachers, parents | Literature books, different reading materials, charts, flashcards | PTCA Fund, MOOE | Php10,000 | June 2011-March 2012 | 1.Improvement pupils’ comprehension skill in both English and Filipino Improvement of pupils study habit Children and parents relationship enhanced Vacant hours used for more productive activities | Continuous encouragement of both teachers and parents in pupils’ love for readingContinuous remedial programCooperation of teachers and parents. | | | | | | | | | | |

Project | Objective/s | Activities/Strategies | Personnel to be Involved | RESOURCES NEEDED ( Supplies, Materials, Equipments) | Sources of Fund | Budget | Time Frame | Success Indicator | Sustainability | 2. Programs on confidence improvement | 2.1 To improve pupils’ self-confidence and skills in public…...

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