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# DAILY LESSON PLAN

## School Maliwalo National High School

Teacher ALNAIR B. CAWIGAN
Teaching Date
Learning Area MAPEH (MUSIC)
Quarter FIRST Quarter
I. OBJECTIVES:
A. Content Standards Demonstrate an understanding of the time signatures and the basic counting
in music.

B. Performance Standards
C. Learning Competencies/ 1. Recognize and explain basic time signatures
Objectives 2. Discuss the proper counting of beats
3. Create a musical notation with a given a time signature
II. CONTENT Time Signature and Basic Counting (Music Theory)
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References Music and Arts 7 Learner’s Module and Curriculum Guide
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learners’ Manual pages
B. Other Learning Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing in previous lesson or ”THE GENIUS CAP”
presenting new lesson.
a) While the music is playing the genius cap will pass around the class.
b) When the music stop, the one who’s wearing the genius cap will
answer a question related to the last topic.
c) The student who will not able to answer the question correctly will
remain standing and soon receive the consequence.
B. Establishing the purpose of the a) Divide the class into four
lesson. b) Each group will be given puzzle pieces.
c) Each group should form the puzzle.
d) The first group to finish the task will receive a prize
e) Ask the students to guess the topic according to puzzle formed.
f) Reveal the topic.
C. Presenting examples/ instances
of the new lesson.
D. Discussing new concepts and Teacher’s Activity:
practicing new skills 1 1. Define Time Signature.
2. Identify the parts of time signature. Define the top numbers of time
signature and show a chart/table of bottom numbers and its corresponding
value.

E. Discussing new concepts and Give example of time signatures and explain the use of top number and
practicing new skills 2 bottom number.

F. Developing mastery. Give different time signatures with musical notation in each.
Count the beat of each measure.
G. Finding practical applications of Give an example of musical notation and asked the students to count the beat
concepts and skills in daily living. in each measure.
H. Making generalizations and
I. Evaluating learning. 1. What time signature used in first staff?
2. What time signature used in second staff?
3. Count the beat of the first and second measures of each staff. (8 points
each)
4. Create your own musical notation in the third measure according to the
time signature.