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GRADE 1 to 12 School LAUREL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 12

DAILY LESSON Teacher MARY CHERILL P. UMALI Learning Area


DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED
SOCIAL SCIENCES
LOG
Teaching Dates and Time SEP 4-7, 2017 Quarter SECOND

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY


7:00-8:00 HUMSS 4 HUMSS 4 HUMSS 4 HUMSS 4
8:00-9:00 HUMSS 2 HUMSS 3 HUMSS 3 HUMSS 3
9:15-10:15 HUMSS 2 HUMSS 1 HUMSS 2
10:15-
HUMSS 1 HUMSS 1
11:15
12:00-1:00 HUMSS 2
1:00-2:00 HUMSS 3 HUMSS 1

I. OBJECTIVES
The learners demonstrate an understanding The learners demonstrate an understanding of the clientele and audiences of social The learners demonstrate an
of the professionals and practitioners in work. understanding on the disciplines of
social work. social work, professionals and
A. Content Standard
practitioners in social work and the
clientele and audiences of social
work.
The learners should be able to undertake The learners should be able to use acceptable research protocols, conduct a survey
participant observation (e.g., a day in a life of among young adults on their social work needs.
B. Performance Standard a social worker) to adequately document and
critique their roles, functions, and
competencies.
Value rights, responsibilities, and Describe the clientele and audience of Create a plan for community service. Show students understanding
accountabilities. social work. through answering a long test.
C. Learning Competencies/ HUMSS_DIASS 12-If-22 HUMSS_DIASS 12-Ig-24
Objectives Distinguish between ethical and unethical Distinguish the needs of individuals,
behaviors among practitioners/ groups, organizations and communities.
HUMSS_DIASS 12-If-23 HUMSS_DIASS 12-Ig-25
II. CONTENT
RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITIES, CLIENTELE AND AUDIENCES IN SOCIAL WORK DISCIPLINES OF SOCIAL
ACCOUNTABILITIES, AND CODE OF WORKS
ETHICS PROFESSIONALS AND

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PRACTITIONERS OF SOCIAL
WORK
CLIENTELES AND AUDIENCES
OF SOCIAL WORK
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)portal
Powerpoint presentation, Laptop, Powerpoint presentation, Laptop,
B. Other Learning Resource
http://google.com http://google.com
IV. PROCEDURES
ACTIVATE PRIOR KNOWLEDGE MOVIE ANALYSIS REVIEW RECALL
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Ask the students their ideas about the The teacher will play a video about the Have a short review of the different Have a short review about the
presenting the new lesson following words: clienteles of social work. clienteles of social work. disciplines of social work.
ETHICS VALUES
B. Establishing a purpose for the FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS: ORAL QUESTIONING
lesson 1. In your own perception, what is 1. What is the video all about?
ethics? How about values? 2. What have you analysed in the video
2. Do you have your own ethical presented?
principles in life? Share it to the 3. Have you ever experienced doing social
class. work?
Show to the students the preamble of the PICTURE ANALYSIS
C. Presenting examples/Instances of National Association of Social Workers and The teacher will show pictures about
the new lesson let them read it in chorus. different people into which the student will
identify the needs of the given examples.
D. Discussing new concepts and GROUPWORK SHOW KO, DESCRIBE MO GROUP ACTIVITY Administering long test.
practicing new skills # 1 (Jigsaw Method) The teacher will use the pictures in the The student will be grouped according
The students will be divided into six groups. previous activity. Afterwards, the teacher to their barangay. Afterwards, each
Each group will be given a chapter of the will call one student to describe the people group will create a plan of community
code of ethics of the National Association of in the picture according to their needs. service for the said barangay.
Social Workers.
GROUP I--- SOCIAL WORKERS’ ETHICAL
RESPONSIBILITIES TO CLIENTS
GROUP II--- SOCIAL WORKERS’ ETHICAL
RESPONSIBILITIES TO COLLEAGUES
GROUP III--- SOCIAL WORKERS’ ETHICAL
RESPONSIBILITIES IN PRACTICE

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SETTINGS
GROUP IV--- SOCIAL WORKERS’ ETHICAL
RESPONSIBILITIES AS PROFESSIONALS
GROUP V--- SOCIAL WORKERS’ ETHICAL
RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE SOCIAL
WORK PROFESSION
GROUP VI--- SOCIAL WORKERS’ ETHICAL
RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE BROADER
SOCIETY

Each group will be given five minutes to


study their assigned chapter. Afterwards, the
masters group will now be divided again into
five groups. All one in each masters group
will group together and so on. The
composition of the new grouping will
composed of different representatives of
each of the previous group.

With that, each members of the group will


discuss the chapter that was assigned to
them to his/her new groupmates.
E. Discussing new concept Explanation of the community
F. s and practicing new skills # 2 service guidelines and agreement.
GAME KNB? LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION
The teacher will present a game show The students will be divided into four
named Game Knb? Each group will choose groups. Each group will be given a
one member to answer the questions that clientele of social work and will describe it
G. Developing mastery
will be asked by the teacher based on the through the following tasks:
(leads to Formative Assessment)
Code of Ethics of the National Association of Group I-Through a Song
Social Workers. Group 2-Through a Poem
Group 3-Through an Interview
Group 4-Through a Jingle
COME TO THINK OF IT THINK AND SHARE
H. Finding practical application of How do you separate right from wrong? Is it necessary that you know the needs of
concepts and skills in daily living your client as a future social worker? Why
or why not?
What are the different chapters under the Who are the clienteles of social work? How
I. Making generalizations and code of ethics of NASW? Why is it important do they differ according to their needs?
abstractions about the lesson that a social worker knows the code of ethics
of NASW?

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ESSAY TIME Checking of plans by group.  CHECKING OF ANSWER
Create an essay that shows the following Setting of scheduled date for the SHEETS
content. Answers can be based on the Code accomplishment of the activity.  RECORDING
of Ethics of the National Association of Social
Workers.
 Value rights, responsibilities, and
accountabilities
J. Evaluating learning
 Distinguish between ethical and
unethical behaviors among social
workers.

RUBRICS:
Content-10
Organization and Clarity of Thoughts-5
Timeliness and Neatness of Work-5
K. Additional activities for application Giving of remediation test when
or remediation needed.
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation

B. No. of learners who require additional activities for


remediation who scored below 80%
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation

E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did


these work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or
supervisor can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to share with other
teachers?

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PREPARED BY: NOTED BY:

MARY CHERILL P. UMALI MA. LEONOR M. VERTUCIO


Teacher II Principal II

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