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School: SAN RAFAEL BBH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Grade Level: VI

GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: MONA LIZZA S. BARCELO Learning Area: MAPEH


DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: SEPT 18-22, 2017 (WEEK 5) Quarter: 2ND QUARTER

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


I. OBJECTIVE/S PE PE PE PE PE
A. Content Standard demonstrates understanding of demonstrates understanding of demonstrates understanding of
demonstrates participation in and assessment of participation in and assessment of participation in and assessment of
understanding of physical activities and physical physical activities and physical physical activities and physical
participation in and fitness fitness fitness
WEEKLY TEST
assessment of physical
activities and physical
fitness

B. Performance • participates and  participates and assesses  participates and assesses  participates and assesses
Standard assesses performance in performance in physical performance in physical performance in physical
physical activities. activities. activities. activities.
• assesses physical
 assesses physical fitness  assesses physical fitness  assesses physical fitness
fitness
C. Learning describes the Philippines describes the Philippines physical describes the Philippines physical describes the Philippines physical
Competencies physical activity pyramid activity pyramid activity pyramid activity pyramid
(write the LC Code) PE6PF-IIa-16 PE6PF-IIa-16 PE6PF-IIa-16 PE6PF-IIa-16

explains the indicators for explains the indicators for fitness explains the indicators for fitness explains the indicators for fitness
fitness PE6PF-IIa-17 PE6PF-IIa-17 PE6PF-IIa-17
PE6PF-IIa-17

Invasion Games for Physical Invasion Games for Physical Fitness: Invasion Games for Physical Fitness: Invasion Games for Physical Fitness:
Fitness: An Enhanced Understanding An Enhanced Understanding An Enhanced Understanding
II. CONTENT An Enhanced
Understanding

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. TG/CG pages
2. Learner’s Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages The 21st Century MAPEH in The 21st Century MAPEH in Action The 21st Century MAPEH in Action The 21st Century MAPEH in Action .
Action pp. 202-216 pp.202-216 pp. 202-216
pp. 202-216
4. Materials
downloaded from
LRMDS
B. Other Learning
Materials
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Reviewing the past lesson Reviewing the past lesson Review past lesson on fitness What games have you played with
lesson and Digital painting Digital painting enhancement through Invasion your friends and classmates?
presenting new Games
lesson
B. Establishing a Today, we will be discussing Today, we will be discussing about Discussion on Health-related Today, we will be having group
purpose for the about Fitness Enhancement Fitness Enhancement Through Fitness assessment activities.
lesson Through Invasion Games Invasion Games Find your group, and follow
directions.

C. Presenting In this lesson, you will learn In this lesson, you will learn Tell: Discussion on how to play Sungka
examples/instances the following: the following: if you want to know whether you  The skills developed in
of the lesson • Physical fitness  Physical fitness are physically fit, try to take the playing Sungka
assessment assessment fitness assessment  The Rules In playing
• Philippine Physical  Philippine Physical
Sungka
Activity Pyramid Activity Pyramid
• Invasion Games  Invasion Games
D. Discussing new Ask: what games have you Ask: what games have you played Discussion on Skill-related Fitness Discussion about the game (Sungka)
concepts and played with your friends with your friends and classmates? Assessment
practicing new skills and classmates?
#1
E. Discussing new Show pictures Show pictures Discuss the Types of Invasion Tell:
concepts and Ask: have you tried the Ask: have you tried the games Games Sungka is a game played by two
practicing new skills games shown on the shown on the pictures? player by using a solid carved wood
#2 pictures? with two rows of seven circular hole
and two large holes at both ends
called house (bahay)
Forty-nine small stones, marbles,
pebbles, seeds, or even shells can be
used in holes that are alternately put
except in the house. The two players
hold each side of rows as their
territory.

F. Developing mastery Discussion on some reasons Discussion on some reasons why Show and present the different
(lead to formative why most children don’t most children don’t play traditional Invasion Games like, Basketball,
assessment 3) play traditional games games anymore. tumbang preso, soccer, futsal,
anymore. chess, etc..
G. Finding practical What is fitness? What is fitness? Discussion on Featured Games What are the rules of the games?
application of What are the indicators of What are the indicators of fitness? Like Hopscotch (piko)
concepts and skills fitness? The skills involved in playing Piko
in daily living
H. Making What are the components What are the components of What are the rules in Playing Piko? Ask:
generalization and of fitness? fitness? What are other Filipino games?
abstractions about
the lesson
I. Evaluating learning Ask: ask: what are some Ask: ask: what are some warm up Playing the game like Piko, by two Choose a game and list the rules of
warm up exercises to exercises to prevent injury and groups it.
prevent injury and muscle muscle pain?
pain?
J. Additional activities A picture of a healthy community.
for application or
remediation
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION ---ARTURO ALCARAZ ---ARTURO ALCARAZ ---ARTURO ALCARAZ ---ARTURO ALCARAZ
__PEDRO ESCURO __PEDRO ESCURO __PEDRO ESCURO __PEDRO ESCURO
__GREGORIO ZARA __GREGORIO ZARA __GREGORIO ZARA __GREGORIO ZARA
__FE DEL MUNDO __FE DEL MUNDO __FE DEL MUNDO __FE DEL MUNDO
__BENJAMIN CABRERA __BENJAMIN CABRERA __BENJAMIN CABRERA __BENJAMIN CABRERA
__PAULO CAMPOS __PAULO CAMPOS __PAULO CAMPOS __PAULO CAMPOS
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
B. No. of learners who
acquired 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
encountered which my
principal can help me
solve?
G. What innovation or
localized materials did
I used/discover which
I wish to share with
other teachers?