Students’ Acquired Skills in Filipino in the K-12 Program: Basis for Pedagogical Development

Melvin O. Mortera, Marilyn Papa, Merlyn Francisco


The desire of the Department of Education that Filipino students must attain language competencies requires careful and accurate application of strategy for the development of macro skills.  The objective of Filipino courses is to produce effective communicator.  This research assessed the acquired skills of students in a language course (Filipino) and will give way to the development of teaching, specifically the strategies and teaching materials.  A self-assessment checklist was utilized to identify the level of skills of students.  Any information and data on the acquired skills came from assessment plays significant role in planning and decision making for the development of teaching and learning.

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