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Quipper Video has over 1,000 video lessons for the core subjects of Grade 10 and senior high school. All content is aligned with the Department of Education’s K-12 curriculum.Grade 10 list of topics Grade 11 list of topics
Grade 10 topics
|Math||3||Investigating Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences|
|Math||4||Other Types of Sequences|
|Math||5||Division of Polynomials|
|Math||9||Parts of a Circle I: Chords, Arcs, and Angles|
|Math||10||Parts of a Circle II: Secants, Tangents, Segments, and Sectors|
|Math||11||Finding the Distance between Two Points|
|Math||12||Equation of a Circle and Its Properties|
|Earth Science||1||The Earth's Interior: Probing What Is Inside|
|Earth Science||2||The Earth's Interior: Mantle and Crust|
|Earth Science||3||Emergence of Plate Tectonics|
|Earth Science||4||Plate Tectonics and Its Mechanism|
|Earth Science||5||The Different Plate Boundaries|
|Earth Science||6||Processes along Plate Boundaries|
|Earth Science||7||Earthquakes and Volcanism|
|Earth Science||8||Plate Tectonics: Mountain Building and Beyond|
|Physics||1||The Electromagnetic Spectrum|
|Physics||2||Uses of Electromagnetic Waves|
|Physics||3||Living Things and the Electromagnetic Spectrum|
|Physics||4||Mirrors and Lenses|
|Physics||5||Ray Tracing in Mirrors and Lenses|
|Physics||7||Electricity and Magnetism|
|Physics||8||Motors and Generators|
|English||1||Tools for Presenting Information|
|English||2||Getting Information and Making Generalizations|
|English||3||Introduction to Listening and Oral Communication Skills in Public Speaking|
|English||4||Literary Devices, Elements, and Genres|
|English||6||Writing Persuasive Texts|
|English||7||Review of Pronouns, Transitions, Modals, and Formal and Informal Definitions|
|English||8||Identifying and Evaluating Various Texts|
|English||9||Evaluating the Purpose, Claims, and Ideas in Texts|
|English||10||The Argumentative Essay and the Use of Proper Citations|
|English||11||Delivering an Impromptu and an Extemporaneous Speech|
|English||12||Technical and Operational Definitions|
Grade 11 topics
|General Math||1||Functions: An Introduction|
|General Math||2||Operations on Functions|
|General Math||3||Rational Functions|
|General Math||4||Rational Equations and Inequalities|
|General Math||5||Graphs of Rational Functions|
|General Math||6||Inverse Functions and Their Graphs|
|General Math||7||Exponential Function and Its Graph|
|General Math||8||Logarithmic Function and Its Graph|
|General Math||9||Laws of Logarithms|
|General Math||10||Exponential Equations and Inequalities|
|General Math||11||Logarithmic Equations and Inequalities|
|General Math||12||Simple and Compound Interests|
|General Math||13||Simple and General Annuities|
|General Math||14||Stocks and Bonds|
|General Math||15||Business and Consumer Loans|
|General Math||17||Conditional Propositions|
|General Math||18||Logical Reasoning|
|General Math||19||Methods of Proof and Disproof|
|Earth Science||1||The Universe, the Solar System, and Earth|
|Earth Science||2||Rocks and the Geologic Processes on Earth's Surface|
|Earth Science||3||Geologic Processes inside Earth|
|Earth Science||4||Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift Theory and Its Evidences|
|Earth Science||5||Stratification and the Geologic Time Scale|
|Earth Science||6||History of Earth: The Precambrian Time|
|Earth Science||7||History of Earth: Phanerozoic Eon|
|Earth Science||8||Hazards Associated with Geologic Processes Hydrometeorological Phenomena,and Marine and Coastal Processes|
|Biology||1||The Origin and the Basic Unit of Life|
|Biology||3||Reproduction of Flowering Plants|
|Biology||4||Reproduction of Animals|
|Biology||5||DNA: Its Role in Inheritance and Protein Synthesis|
|Biology||6||Genetic Engineering and Its Applications|
|Chemistry||1||Big Bang Nucleosynthesis: The Origin of the First Light Elements|
|Chemistry||2||Stellar Nucleosynthesis: Cooking up the Heavier Elements|
|Chemistry||3||The Atomic Structure|
|Chemistry||5||Lewis Structures and Shapes of Molecules|
|Chemistry||6||Polarity and Intermolecular Forces of Attraction|
|Chemistry||7||Materials around Us|
|Chemistry||8||Rates of Reaction|
|Oral Communication||1||Communication as a Process|
|Oral Communication||2||Communication Models|
|Oral Communication||3||Effective Communication|
|Oral Communication||4||Intercultural Communication|
|Oral Communication||5||Communication and Its Functions|
|Oral Communication||6||Tools of Speech Communication|
|Oral Communication||7||Types of Speech Context|
|Oral Communication||8||Types of Speech Style|
|Oral Communication||9||Types of Speech Act|
|Oral Communication||10||Types of Communicative Strategy|
|Oral Communication||11||Types of Speech according to Purpose|
|Oral Communication||12||Types of Speech according to Delivery|
|Oral Communication||13||Principles of Speech Writing and Delivery|
|21st Century Literature||1||Philippine Literature during the Precolonial Period|
|21st Century Literature||2||Phiippine Literature under the Spanish Colonial Rule|
|21st Century Literature||3||Philippine Literature under the American Colonial Period and the Japanese Colonial Period|
|21st Century Literature||4||Philippine Literatue during Martial Law and Post-EDSA Revolution|
|21st Century Literature||5||Philippine National Artists in Literature and their Works I|
|21st Century Literature||6||Philippine National Artists in Literature and their Works II|
|21st Century Literature||7||Understanding Major Literary Genres|
|21st Century Literature||8||Various Kinds of Literary Genres|
|21st Century Literature||9||Philippine Literature from the Regions|
|21st Century Literature||10||American Literature|
|21st Century Literature||11||European Literature|
|21st Century Literature||12||Latin American Literature|
|21st Century Literature||13||Afro-Asian Literature|
|21st Century Literature||14||Various Literary Techniques|
|21st Century Literature||15||Literary Reading through Context|
|21st Century Literature||16||Critical Reading Strategies and Approaches|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||1||Ang Wika at ang mga Gamit Nito|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||2||Barayti at Baryasyon ng Wika|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||3||Homogeneous at Heterogeneous na Kalikasan ng Wika|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||4||Filipino sa Lingguwistikang Komunidad|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||5||Wikang Pambansa sa Panahon ng Kastila at Rebolusyong Pilipino|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||6||Panahon ng Amerikano at ng Hapones|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||7||Panahon ng Malasariling Pamahalaan at Kasalukuyan|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||8||Mga Konsepto ng Wikang Filipino|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||9||Sitwasyong Pangwika sa Iba’t Ibang Yugto|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||10||Pag-aangkop sa Wika Ayon sa Konteksto: Kakayahang Sosyolinguwistik at Sitwasyong Pangkomunikatibo|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||11||Kakayahang Pragmatiko, Kakayahang Diskorsal|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||12||Bilingguwalismo at Multilingguwaslismo sa Pilipinas|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||13||Wika at Kulturang Pilipino, Penomenal na Wika sa Lipunan|
|Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik||14||Mga Hakbang sa Pagbuo ng Makabuluhang Pananaliksik|
Ms. Hizon graduated with a degree in Business Administration at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. She has taught at St.Pedro Poveda, Paref Rosehill High School, Ateneo de Manila University (College and High School), and the University of the Philippines-Diliman.
Ms. Afuang graduated from the University of the Philippines Los Banos, Laguna with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Biology, Major in Genetics. She has taught in Christian School International Los Banos, Laguna, Manila Central University Caloocan, and Azriel Training and Review Center Siniloan, Laguna. She teaches General Biology, General Zoology, Biochemistry, Statistics, and LET Review - General Science.
Nicoli Arthur Borromeo
Mr. Borromeo finished his Bachelor's Degree in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology and the coursework of the Master of Arts in Economics at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. He is currently finishing his PhD in Economics at the University of the Philippines-Diliman.
Mr. Hizon is a graduate of Philippine Science High School and obtained a degree in Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering at the University of the Philippines–Diliman. He was a part-time instructor at the UP Diliman Engineering Science Department and was also a part-time college entrance review instructor at Academic Gateway / PTS Review Systems. He is also the founder of Volunteer Tutorial and Outreach for Public Elementary Students. He is currently a premier financial advisor at Philam Life.
Mr. Sapigao graduated from Philippine Science High School and completed a degree in European Languages at the University of the Philippines–Diliman. He has experience teaching Mathematics and foreign languages at PTS Review Systems, Synnex-Concentrix, Aplus International, and GoFluent Philippines, and is currently an instructor for Math, Drafting, and Engineering at Maria Montessori Children's School Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Desierto has been teaching oral communication, technical writing, and academic reading at the University of Santo Tomas since 2007. She obtained her M.A. in English Language Studies and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in English Language Studies, also at the University of Santo Tomas. She is a member of academic organizations such as the Philippine Association for Language Teaching, Inc. (PALT), Council for Department Chairpersons in English (CDCE), and College English Teachers Association (CETA).
Natapos niya kanyang Masters ng Pagtuturo sa FIlipino sa Philippine Normal University Manila. Nakuha naman niya ang kanyang PhD sa Filipino (Panitikan) sa U.P. Diliman. Guro siya sa Filipino mula taong 2003 hanggang sa kasalukuyan. Nakapag turo siya sa mga mataas na paaralan tulad ng Jesus Is Lord Colleges Foundation at Saint Pedro Poveda, maging sa mga kolehiyo tulad ng Miriam College, San Beda College, Adamson University, at Far Eastern University. Marami na ang kaniyang naisulat at naiambag sa mga aklat at pananaliksik sa Filipino. Presenter siya ng iba't ibang pananaliksik sa mga pambansang pagpupulong at tagapagsalita sa mga seminar na pangguro.
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With videos, you can pause, rewind, and fast forward to the most relevant parts. In case you’re too shy to ask questions in class, you can find the answers in the video lessons. You can also study at your own time and pace. Lastly, for a lot of people, the video format is also a lot more engaging and easier to process than text.
Quipper Video empowers students to take their learning into their own hands - at a much more affordable cost. With excellent videos, study guides that serve as text versions of the videos, and gamified quizzes that are accessible anywhere, they can learn at their own pace.
Your child is probably a digital native, and spends a lot of time online. Wouldn’t it be great if he showed as much interest in his studies as he does in social media or online games? Quipper Video lets him learn in an environment he thrives in, and in formats he enjoys - videos and games. The more engaged your child is in studying, the more he learns.
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- Is it comprehensive? Quipper has developed videos for all the topics of the core subjects of grades 10 and senior high school. Your child won’t need to sift through the thousands of videos online to find the right one. Going beyond videos, Quipper Video also provides study guides to accompany the videos and quizzes at the end of each lesson to gauge what he’s learned. He can then repeat these quizzes until he’s mastered the topic. And because the quizzes are gamified, he’ll even enjoy answering them!
In various ways! Teachers can use the videos to create a flipped classroom environment. By having students view lessons at home, teachers can then facilitate discussions and activities about what they learned during class. Videos can also be used for remedial or advanced lessons to help improve students’ academic performance. Lastly, depending on your needs, the videos and study guides can be used as either primary or supplementary content for your students.
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