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SCHOOL MACTAN AIR BASE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GRADE LEVEL Six

TEACHER ROSZALD BETELGUESE T. ABARICO LEARNING AREA AGRICULTURE/FISHERY


DAILY LESSON LOG DATE AND TIME JULY 31- AUGUST 4, 2017 QUARTER FIRST

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY MONDAY


I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards Demonstrates an understanding of scientific processes in animal/fish raising
B. Performance Standards Applies knowledge and skills and develops one’s interest in animal/fish raising
C. Learning Competencies TLE6AG0h-9
9. Conduct 9.2 Identify kinds of four 9.3 Enumerate possible 9.4 Enumerate ways 9.5 Identify market
survey/interview to : legged animals/fish being hazard that animal raising how to prevent hazard demand for animal/fish
9.1 Persons in the raised as means of can cause to the people brought about by products and by-
community whose livelihood 9.2a Identify and the community raising animals products
occupation is animal kinds of fish being raised
(four legged)/fish as means of livelihood
II. CONTENT raising a
Conduct 9.2.1.Livestock in farm 9.3.1 Possible farm 9.4.1 Possible ways to 9.5.1 Market demand
survey/interview to a settings hazard that an animal prevent farm hazard for animal/fish
local raising cause to people brought about animal products/by products
practitioner/owner of 9.2.2. Types/kinds of and community raising. Meat
an animal/fish farm livestock being raised as Animal Bites Avoid contact with Dairy
Research on the means of livelihood Animal kicks, rushing, animal feces Clothing
nature and or history trampling Do not inhale animal Fertilizer
of the animal/fish farm 9.1.3 Identify some Spread of Infectious furr Labor
types/kinds of fish being diseases Do not mingle or get medicine
raised as means of Chemicalpesticides closer with any
livelihood transmission animals Practice
proper animal handling
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References Curriculum Guide for Curriculum Guide for Curriculum Guide for Curriculum Guide for Curriculum Guide for
Grade VI-Agriculture Grade VI-Agriculture Grade VI-Agriculture Grade VI-Agriculture Grade VI-Agriculture
Internet Internet Internet Internet Internet
wikipedia wikipedia wikipedia wikipedia wikipedia
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages
2. Learners’ Material
Pages
3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Material Agri-fishery, Classifying Agri-fishery, Classifying Agri-fishery, Classifying Agri-fishery, Classifying Agri-fishery, Classifying
from LR the Habitat of Animals, the Habitat of Animals, the Habitat of Animals, the Habitat of Animals, the Habitat of Animals,
Aquaculture Aquaculture Aquaculture Aquaculture Aquaculture
B. Other Learning Resource Charts, Pictures, Video, Charts, Pictures, Video, Charts, Pictures, Video, Charts, Pictures, Video, Charts, Pictures, Video,
Guidebook, internet, Guidebook, internet, CBC Guidebook, internet, CBC Guidebook, internet, Guidebook, internet,
CBC CBC CBC
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Review/Presenting New Perform multi- Study varieties and Design proper lay out of Presentation of Scientific and modern
Lesson cropping characteristic of trees and orchard for expansion Modern orchard way of caring for
fruit trees for multi plantation lay out and additional trees and
cropping design fruit trees for plantation
expansion

B. Establishing a purpose of Conduct Identify kinds of four Enumerate possible Enumerate ways how Identify market demand
lesson survey/interview to : legged animals/fish being hazard that animal raising to prevent hazard for animal/fish products
Persons in the raised as means of can cause to the people brought about by and by-products
community whose livelihood 9.2a Identify and the community raising animals
occupation is animal kinds of fish being raised
(four legged)/fish as means of livelihood
raising
C. Presenting instances of the Use of Survey Introduction to The different Ways of preventing Market demands
new lesson Instrument for the “Livestock” The types and environmental hazard some hazards from derived form fish and
survey/ interview of kinds of Livestock such as from farm and farm farm and animals farm animal products
practitioner/owner of small and large ruminants animals and by products
animal/fish farm
Types and kinds of
Aquatic resources such as
fishes
D. Discussing new concept and Practicing Interviewing Ways of caring farm Identification of common Presentation skills Marketing strategy for
practicing new skills #1 skills for farm animal animals such as cattle, farm hazards and the using video footages animals and fish
owner and ruminants animals that inflicted on ways how to products
them prevent them
E. Discussing new concept and Discuss direct
practicing new skills # 2 consumers and retailing
practice of marketing
animal farm and fish
product
F. Developing Mastery Analyzing Survey Definition of “Livestock” Identification of Ways of preventing Market demands
Instrument for the The types and kinds of environmental hazard some hazards from derived form fish and
survey/ interview of Livestock such as small from farm and farm farm and animals farm animal products
practitioner/owner of and large ruminants animals and by products
animal/fish farm
Types and kinds of
Aquatic resources such as
fishes
G. Finding practical application Develop Survey Show video footages of Show video presentation Ways of preventing Market demands
of concepts and skills in Instrument for the “Livestock” The types and environmental hazard some hazards from derived form fish and
daily living survey/ interview of kinds of Livestock such as from farm and farm farm and animals farm animal products
practitioner/owner of small and large ruminants animals and by products
animal/fish farm
Types and kinds of
Aquatic resources such as
fishes
H. Making generalizations Discuss about Livestock Presentation of an ideal Ways of maintaining Identify some benefits
Identify ruminants, cattle farm Presentation of an animal farm and fish derived from animals
and swine ideal fish farm/pond farm and fish raining
I. Evaluation Oral interview Oral recitation Reporting and Group presentation Written examination
Demonstrations Demonstrations presentation skills Ocular Inspection Product Analysis
Demonstration
Ocular Inspection

J. Additional activities for Present stories of Preparation of Picture Invite at least on Develop flip chart of Prepare chart of
remediation successful album about “Livestock” practitioner who can different systematic different products and
entrepreneurs in and its habitat share his/her experienced and scientific ways of by product of animals
animal and fish raising in maintaining animal maintaining animal and fishes
farm or fish farm/pond farm/fish farm
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTIONS
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
caught up the lesson?
D. No. of learners who -
continue to require
remediation.
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked? Why did
these work?
F. What difficulties did I -
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
G. What innovation or -
localized material did I use
whom I wish to share with
other teachers.