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School MORMS Grade Level 11

LESSON LOG
Teacher Learning Area
Understanding Culture,
Society and Politics
Teaching Date June 11, 2018 Quarter 1
Appreciates the significance of having an open mind as the key to Understanding Culture,
OBJECTIVE/S Society and Politics.

Value the social and cultural backgrounds of students as acting subjects or social actors

The learners demonstrate an understanding of:


CONTENT STANDARDS (Knowledge) 1.human cultural variation, social differences, social change, and political
Identities.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Acknowledge human cultural variation, social differences, social change, and political
identities.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES w/ LC Code The learners:


(Skills) 1. Articulate observations on human cultural variation, social differences, social change,
and political identities. UCSP11/12SPU-Ia-1

Starting points for the understanding of culture, society, and politics


CONTENT

1.Sharing of social and cultural backgrounds of students as acting subjects or social actors,
agents, persons; (examples: gender, socioeconomic class, ethnicity, religion,
exceptionality/non-exceptionality, nationality)

LEARNING RESOURCES

Understanding Culture, Society, and Politics –Rex Bookstore and C&E Publishing Inc and
Textbook/References Phoenix.
Curriculum Guide Core Subject

Additional Materials from Learning Resource


(LR) portal
PROCEDURES

REVIEW Ask the learners what they expect:


1. To learn from the subject,
2. Their teacher to be,
3. Their classmates to be
Ask them what they are willing to give to make the teaching-learning experience meaningful
and successful.

MOTIVATION Show pictures to the students and ask them what they have observed in the pictures. Let
them describe what they see.

Self-Identification – (Activity Sheets Booklet)


ACTIVITIES The students will be grouped according to their ethnic group and will think of a song based
from their dialect. They will also think of unique characteristics that their group possess.

ABSTRACTION Manifestation of Human Variations through cultural diversity, social differences and political
identities:
(gender, socioeconomic class, ethnicity, religion, exceptionality/non-exceptionality, nationality)

APPLICATION The teacher will present some situations that students personally encounter different ways of
doing things, behaving, and making sense of events. "Students will think of more situations
that they personally encounter.

Answer the following questions:


ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION 1. understanding culture, society and politics is important?
2. Explain their observation on the behavior and phenomenon as social realities?
3. How can we improve our awareness on the social, cultural and political changes
using the activity?
I. REMARKS
II. REFLECTION