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DAILY LESSON PLAN IN TLE6 – AGRICULTURE

WEEK 1 Day 1 Date: ____________

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standard
➢ Demonstrates an understanding of scientific practices in
planting trees and fruit trees
B. Performance Standard
➢ Applies knowledge and skills in planting trees and fruit trees
C. Learning Competency
➢ Discusses the importance of planting and propagating trees
and fruit-bearing trees(TLEAG-Oa-1)
II. CONTENT
Propagating Trees and Fruit Trees

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
The Basics of Better Family Living 6
by: Ruth A. Arsenue,Grace B. Azarcon, Catalina R. Ipolan, Yolanda
L. Quiambao, John E. Mora and Dondon M. Paguio
pp.55,102
B. Other Learning Resources
Laptop, Pictures

IV. PROCEDURE
A. Motivation
Let us guess the word!
Four Pics One Word
B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson
Do you plan to plant trees and fruit-bearing trees in your
backyard? in front of your house? in your garden? Why? Why not?

C. Presenting Examples / Instances of new lesson


Explain the picture using a 3-word sentence.

https://www.google.com.ph/search?q=importance+of+the+tree&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjAlsKm_5r
UAhWHq5QKHRS7BEUQ_AUIBigB&biw=1280&bih=918#imgrc=06DHAAq6e0hkUM:
D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1

Plant propagation is the process of reproducing or creating a new plant or


seedling. It is an important part of gardening, whether outdoors or indoors. Plants
are living things that grow either through their roots, stems, leaves, fruits and seeds.
It is a method of growing new plants from seed or from parts of existing plants.

Conserving of trees, whether fruit trees, ornamental trees, shady trees or


trees used for other purposes is important. Every year we suffer from calamities
such as typhoons, floods and soil erosions. These are due to the continuous cutting
of trees on lands and forests causing them to be denuded. Everyone is aware of the
benefits of trees. People should plant and propagate trees and fruit-bearing trees to
make our Mother Earth a better place to live in.

Benefits derived from trees:


1. They provide shade and an air of freshness.
2. They protect the soil from erosion.
3. They help maintain high quality water supply.
4. They serve as valuable wildlife habitats.
5. They serve as windbreakers during typhoons and storms, thus reducing
the destruction of home and agricultural crops.
6. They help reduce air pollution.
7. They prevent floods.
E. Mastery of the lesson
8. They prevent river and lake sedimentation.
9. They give us food and shelter.
10. They provide us woods used as fuel for cooking and heating.
I will show some pictures and you will explain the importance of planting
and propagating trees and fruit-bearing trees.

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a=X&ved=0ahUKEwjAlsKm_5rUAhWHq5QKHRS7BEUQ_AUIBigB&biw=1280&bih=918#t
bm=isch&q=nipa+hut

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Kn5QKHe6ZBuAQMwg1KAEwAQ&iact=mrc&uact=8

https://www.google.com.ph/search?q=importance+of+the+tree&source=lnms&tbm=isch
&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjAlsKm_5rUAhWHq5QKHRS7BEUQ_AUIBigB&biw=1280&bih=9
18#tbm=isch&q=propagating+tree

https://www.google.com.ph/search?q=importance+of+the+tree&source=lnms&tbm=isc
h&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjAlsKm_5rUAhWHq5QKHRS7BEUQ_AUIBigB&biw=1280&bih=
918#tbm=isch&q=flash+flood

What can we do to make Mother Earth a better place to live in?

F. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills


Group the class into 4.
Group 1: Compose a song about importance of planting trees and fruit-bearing
trees.
Group 2: Make a slogan about importance of planting trees and fruit-bearing
trees.
Group 3: Show a dramatization about importance of propagating trees and fruit-
bearing trees.
Group 4: Draw a poster about importance of propagating trees and fruit-bearing
trees.

G. Generalization
I have here a mailbox. Write on the side of the box those important
things you have learned from our lesson today.

H. Evaluation
Write at least three (3) sentences about the importance of planting
and propagating trees and fruit-bearing trees in our community.

Criteria: 3 2 1
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Sentences clearly sentences sentences
discussed the nearly did not
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sentences. sentences.

I. Additional activity for application and remediation


List down at least ten (10) products made from trees. How are these
essential in our daily lives? Write your answers in your T.L.E. notebook.
DAILY LESSON PLAN IN TLE 6-AGRICULTURE

WEEK 1 Day 2 Date: ____________

I. OBJECTIVE
A. Content Standard
➢ Demonstrate an understanding of scientific practices in
planting tree and fruit trees.
B. Performance Standard
➢ Apply knowledge and skill in planting trees and fruit trees.
C. Learning Competency
➢ Explain benefits derived from planting trees and fruit
bearing trees to families. (TLE6AG-0a-1)
II. CONTENT
Benefits Derived from Planting Trees and Fruit Bearing Trees to
Families
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References: The Basics of Better Family Living p.56
B. Other Learning Resources: cabbage paper,laptop, LED TV,
video presentation
IV. PROCEDURE
A. Reviewing previous lesson
Game: Cabbage Relay
Pupils will be in a circle formation. As the music plays,
cabbage paper will be pass. When the music stops, the pupil
holding the cabbage will get a leaf with question to answer.
Questions written on the paper leaf:
1. What are the importance of planting trees and fruit bearing
trees?
2. Why is it important to plant and propagate trees and fruit
bearing trees?
3. How can these activities help elevate the life of some Filipino
families?
B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson
Asks: Do you have fruit trees in your backyard?
What benefits do you get from them?
C. Presenting of the new lesson
Using a video presentation, let the pupils watch the benefits
derived from planting and propagating trees/fruit bearing trees.
Let them take note of what they have watched.
(The teacher will give guide question about the video the
pupils have watched.)
D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills
Group Activity
The class will be divided into 4 groups.
Group 1 – Camera, Action!
Prepare a short skit about the benefits that your family
derived from planting trees and fruit bearing trees. Let the
leader explain what your group did.
Group 2 – Sing it!
Make a short jingle about the benefits that your family can
get from planting trees and fruit bearing trees.
Group 3- Recite it!
Write a short poem giving the benefits that we can get from
planting trees.
Group 4- Draw it!
Draw a picture showing the benefits we can get from
planting trees and fruit bearing trees.
Each group will prepare their outputs within 2 minutes and 3
minutes for presentation.
E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skill #2
(Deepening)
Using the powerpoint presentation, the teacher will give
additional information about the lesson.
F. Developing Mastery
Show and Explain
Using a strip of cartolina, write one benefit your family can
derive from planting trees and fruit trees. Explain what you wrote.
G. Finding Practical Applications of Concepts and Skills
You learned that trees are so important for us. What will you
do so that your family can benefit from planting them?
H..Making Generalization and Abstraction about the Lesson
What benefits do your family get from planting trees and fruit
bearing trees?
I. Evaluation
Write True if the sentence explains the benefits that the
family can derived from planting trees and fruit bearing trees,
write Falseif it doesn’t explain.
_____1. Trees are important source of food.
_____2. Trees are important sources of medicine.
_____3. Trees release oxygen that we need.
_____4. Trees can make people sick.
_____5. Fruits from trees are good sources of
carbohydrates.
G. Assignment/Agreement
On a piece of bond paper, draw an illustration that
shows benefit derived from planting trees and fruit bearing
trees.
DAILY LESSON PLAN IN TLE 6-AGRICULTURE

WEEK 1 Day 3 Date: ____________

I. OBJECTIVE
A. Content Standard
➢ Demonstrate an understanding of scientific practices in
planting tree and fruit trees.
B. Performance Standard
➢ Apply knowledge and skill in planting trees and fruit trees.
C. Learning Competency
➢ Explain benefits derived from planting trees and fruit
bearing trees to communities. (TLE6AG-0a-1)

II. CONTENT
Benefits Derived from Planting Trees and Fruit Bearing Trees to
Communities

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References: Home Economics and Livelihood Education p. 60
B. Other Learning Resources: pictures, activity sheets, video presentation

IV.PROCEDURE
A. Reviewing previous lesson
Ask: What benefits do families get from planting tress and fruit bearing
trees?
B. Establishing a purpose of the lesson
Show a picture of a tree . Let the pupils get the benefits the
communities derive from them.
What is in the picture?
What are the words written on the leaves of the tree?
What do they mean?
What benefits can communities derive from those trees?
C. Presenting the new lesson
Using a video presentation, let pupils learned some benefits that
the communities can derive from planting trees and fruit trees.
D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skill #1
Group the pupils into three. From the presentation that they have
watched, give the benefits our community can benefit from planting trees
and fruit bearing trees. Report your outputs in the most creative way.
E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills
#2(Deepening)
Further discussion on the concepts/ ideas not so clear to the pupils.
F. Developing Mastery
Quad Group
In a ¼ sheet manila paper, draw a tree. On its parts, write
the benefits that the community can get from them.
G.Finding practical applications of concepts and skills
How do planting trees and fruit bearing trees help your family and
community as well? Cite instances to explain why you are
benefited.
H. Making generalizations and abstraction of the lesson
What are the benefits our community can derive from planting trees
and fruit trees?
I. Evaluation
Complete the following sentences with the correct word/ group of
words that best explain the benefits that communities derived from
planting trees and fruit trees.Choose the letter of the correct
answer.
1. Trees protect the soil from soil ___________.The roots hold the
soil , preventing it from eroding when rain or floods came.
A. destruction C. pollution
B. erosion D. contamination
2. Trees provide ___________ and an air of freshness around the
house, along the streets and surroundings.
A. Shade C. foods
B. Fruits D. fuel
3. They serve as __________ for wildlife. Wild animals live in
places with many trees like forests.
A. Barriers C. enemies
B. Habitats D. foods
4. Planting trees reduces destruction to homes and crops by
serving as _____________ during typhoons and storms.
A. Shelter C. fertilizers
B. Income D. windbreakers
5. Trees contribute __________ in the city and countryside.
Imagine a land with plenty of trees, grasses and flowers of
different colors, sizes and shapes.
A. Beauty C. coolness
B. Freshness D. stability
J. Enrichment Activity
Interview an orchard grower your family knows. Inquire about how
the orchard was established how it operates, and how profitable is it. You
may also ask his/her success story. Take note of the important reminders
while conducting an interview.
DAILY LESSON PLAN IN TLE 6- AGRICULTURE

WEEK 1 Day 4 Date: ____________

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standard
➢ Demonstrate an understanding of scientific practices in planting
trees and fruit trees.
B. Performance Standard
➢ Apply knowledge and skills in planting trees and fruit trees.
C. Learning Competency
➢ Identify successful orchard growers in the community.
II. CONTENT
Successful Orchard Growers in the Community
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. Reference
Learning and Living in the 21st Century by Leonora David- Basbas.
Ph.D. pp.105,107-108
B. Other Learning Resources
Laptop, LED TV, video presentation, cartolina strips
IV.PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson
There are cartolina strips posted on the blackboard. Get one strip, read
and say YES if it gives the benefis of planting trees and fruit trees and
NO if doesn’t.

1. Trees are man’s source of food.

2. Too many trees causes pollution.

3. When trees slows down the speed of a typhoon, they


4. act as windbreakers.

5. Planting trees protect the soil from erosion.

6. Trees give off carbon dioxide.


B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson
Did you do your assignment? Did you interview successful orchard
growers in your community? We will be using that interview in our
lesson today.
C. Presenting instances/ examples of new lesson
Pupils will watch a video presentation of successful orchard grower in
the community/adjacent community. Be ready to answer these
questions.
Guided Questions:
1. Who is the successful orchard grower in the video clip?
2. What kind of orchard did he have?
3. Why did he became successful in his business?
4. What values should one possess to become successful?
D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1
Group Activity
The class will be divided into three. They will be given envelopes
with successful stories of orchard growers in the communities. Refer to
the guide questions given earlier to report on your findings.
E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills
#2(Deepening)
Further discussion and clarification of some concepts not clearly
stated/identified by the pupils.
F. Developing Mastery
Using the assignment given the previous day, pupils by group will
report on the successful orchard growers in their
community(Localization)Do the reporting in a very creative way.(it can be
through a poem, song, drawing, narrative and the like.)
G. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills
Who among the successful orchard growers that we studied today
you wanted to imitate? Why? What will you do so that you can be a
successful one?
H. Making generalizations and abstraction of the lesson
Who were the successful orchard growers that you learned today?
Are they worth imitating? Why?
I. Evaluation
Answer the following questions. Select the letter of the best answer.
1. Who is the successful mango grower in the video you
watched?
A. Gil T. David C. Ricardo Tolentino
B. Ben M. Santos D. Senen Bacani
2. Who is a former officer of Philippine Army that became a
famous mango orchard grower?
1. Gil T. David C. Senen Bacani
2. Ben M. Santos D. Rey M. Cueto
3. What kind of orchard did Mr. Ben M. Santos have?
A. mango orchard C. jackfruit orchard
B. santol orchard D. banana orchard
4.He is a former Department of Agriculture head and the owner
of a banana plantation in Mindanao?
A. Gil T. David C. Senen Bacani
C. Ben M. Santos D. Rey M. Cueto
5 . Select two characteristics of orchard growers which will help
in order to succeed in this business. Write the letter of your
choice.
A. Hard work C. determination
B. Love of country D. will to succeed
J. Assignment
In your own opinion, what lessons have you learned from the stories of
successful orchard growers in the community?
DAILY LESSON PLAN IN TLE6 – AGRICULTURE

WEEK 1 Day 5 Date: ____________

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standard
➢ Demonstrates an understanding of scientific practices in
planting trees and fruit trees
B. Performance Standard
➢ Applies knowledge and skills in planting trees and fruit trees
C. Learning Competency
➢ Identifies successful orchard growers in the adjacent
communities(TLEAG-Oa-1)

II. CONTENT
Propagating Trees and Fruit Trees

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Home Economics and Livelihood Education 6
by: Josephine Bernardino, Maria GraciaPulgencio, Estifania Gloria
Lee, Alma Paragas,Editha Rafael
pp.66-67
2. Learning and Living in the 21st Century
By: Leonora David-Babas, Ph.D
pp.105
C. Other Learning Resources
Laptop, Pictures

IV. PROCEDURE
A. Reviewing previous lesson
While the pupils are singing, a box will be passed on and once the
teacher say “STOP!”, the pupil holding the box will pick a strip of
paper in it and try to answer the question.

QUESTIONS:

1. Why is it important to plant trees and fruit-bearing trees?


2. What are the benefits derived from propagating trees and fruit-bearing
trees?
3. What lessons have you learned from the stories of successful orchard
growers in the community?

B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson


Do you know someone who became successful in orchard
gardening?

C. Presenting Examples / Instances of new lesson

Are you familiar with these? Do you like them? What can you say
about it?

D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1

Successful Orchard Growers in the Adjacent Community


1. Editha Aguinaldo-Dacuycuy
ManangEdita ventured into dragon fruit business when she
was told how the fruit can help relieve constipation problems-a
condition common to cerebral palsy patients. Her daughter, Kate,
was suffering from this ailment. Selling at 450.00 per kilo, dragon
fruit was too expensive for Editha, so she decided to raise her own
fruits in their backyard. From a small plot, they now own a 10-
hectare property. Dubbed as “Dragon Lady”, ManangEditha
together with her husband and daughter, Mimie (Mildred), also
expanded their business into dragon fruit ice cream, vegan dragon
fruit lumpia, wine, vinegar and even empanadita, dumplings and
even burger patties. Located in Brgy.Paayas, Burgos ILocos Norte,
REFMAD FARMS (Rare Eagle Forest Marine and Agricultural
Development), is now an agritourism showcase offering research
and livelihood training to fellow Ilocanos and interested farmers.
2. Alfredo M. Yao
The “Juice King of the Philippines”, also owns a farm in
Negros Occidental aside from Zest-O Corporation. He is also the
President of Semexco Marketing Corporation.
At 12 years old, he lost his father and grew up doing odd
jobs to help his mother feed her family of six children. One of his
jobs was working in a warehouse of packaging company. This
would later help him venture in a printing and packaging business.
Encouraged by the promising profitability of a packaging format in
Europe (Doypack), he bought one and tried to market the machine
to local juice manufacturers. When no company took notice, he
made his own fruit juice and launched what was to become one of
the biggest local juice brands.
3. Patricio Base
With his 3-hectare plantation of watermelons, honeydew
melons and papaya, he produces cups year-round in Alicia,
Isabela. He was able to send his four children to college with his
earnings. He used to grow rice before venturing into watermelons.
He said, there was no money in planting rice, but now with melons,
one can even hit the jackpot. In July 2013, he planted Diana
watermelons in 3,500 square meters and got 12tons worth 480,
000.00 at 40.00 per kilo ex-farm. He surely earns much more today.

E. Mastery of the lesson

Let us fill in the table with proper information about each


successful orchard grower. Choose your answers below.

a. With his 3-hectare plantation of watermelons, honeydew melons and


papaya, he produces cups year-round in Alicia, Isabela

b. she was told how the fruit can help relieve constipation problems-a
condition common to cerebral palsy patients.
c. “Juice King of the Philippines”
d. . Dubbed as “Dragon Lady”
e. owns a farm in Negros Occidental aside from Zest-O Corporation.
f. He said, there was no money in planting rice, but now with melons, one
can even hit the jackpot.
Orchard Growers Information About Them
Editha Aguinaldo-Dacuycuy
Alfredo M. Yao

Patricio Base

How do you feel after knowing the story of those successful orchard
growers?
F. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills.
Group the class into 3. The teacher will distribute the envelopes
containing the information about successful orchard growers. Each group will
prepare a creative presentation about the successful orchard grower they picked.
Group 1 - song
Group 2 - poem
Group 3 - role play

G. Generalization
The teacher will tell the pupils to stand up and pass a garter. As the
music goes, the pupils will try to put on the garter from head to toe then pass it to
the person beside him/her. When the music stops, the person holding the garter
will answer the question.

QUESTIONS:
1. Who are the successful orchard growers that we discussed?
2. How do you think they became successful?
3. What are the benefits that we can get from orchard farming?

H. Evaluation
Identify successful orchard growers in the adjacent communities.
Choose your answers below.

a. Editha Aguinaldo-Dacuycuy
b. Alfredo M. Yao
c. Patricio Base

1. He was called as the “Juice King of the Philippines”.


2. He said there was no money in planting rice, but now with melons, one
can even hit the jackpot!
3. She was dubbed as the “dragon Lady”.
4. Expanded their business into dragon fruit ice cream, vegan dragon fruit
lumpia, wine, vinegar and even empanadita, dumplings and even burger
patties.
5. At 12 years old, he lost his father and grew up doing odd jobs to help his
mother feed her family of six children.
I. Additional activity for application and remediation

Surf the internet or ask some people on some successful orchard


growers in your community or adjacent community, in your hometown
or province. Gather as much information about the orchard grower
(as an entrepreneur); what he/she produce; where his/her products
are marketed and how he/ she became successful. Write this on your
notebook.