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School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level - G8

High School
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
GRADE 8 MAPEH
DAILY LESSON PLAN Teaching Dates G8- MUSIC -INTEGRITY (SEPT.16 MON. Quarter
and Time 12:30-1:30) 2nd
HONESTY (SEPT.17 TUE. 7:30-8:30)

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. To broaden their knowledge about music and instrument.

B. Help them better understand this concept.

C. Develop social interaction by working with others and development of

creative process.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: East Asian Music

Reference: MAPEH Book, Internet

Materials: Power point presentation, pictures

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation:

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

B. Motivation:

The teacher will show some pictures of famous singers in Korea and

let the the students to name.


IV. Lesson Proper:

 Review

 Music in Japan

 Music in China

 Music in Korea

V. Application:

Group Activity (Music Listening/Video Presentation)

Listen to/watch examples of traditional instruments and vocal music of

Japan, China and Korea. For you to understand and enjoy this activity, use the

guide questions provided.

The teacher will play the short video clip of different traditional

instruments.

Questions:

Based on the videos, answer the following guide questions in your paper:

1. Share your impressions about the music you heard.

2. What instruments are used in the music samples?

3. What mood or feeling does it express?

4. How do the instruments help express the mood of the piece?

5. Is the song fast, slow or does the tempo vary?


School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level
High School G8
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
MAPEH
GRADE 8
Teaching Dates G8- ARTS -INTEGRITY (SEPT.17 TUE. Quarter
DAILY LESSON PLAN
and Time 12:30-1:30) 2nd
HONESTY (SEPT.18 WED. 7:30-8:30)

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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA

Subject Teacher Head Teacher I

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Identify the different kinds of painting in Korea.

B. Determine and evaluate the effectiveness of mood, idea, or message as

depicted by the visual image in the arts and crafts of Korea.

C. Create an artwork applying the characteristics elements and principles

of Korea.
II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Arts in Korea

Reference: MAPEH Book

Materials: Power point presentation, television

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening prayer

2. Checking of attendance

IV. Lesson Proper:

The teacher will formally discuss the lesson about the arts of Korea.

 Korean Masks

 The roles of colors in Korean Masks

 Paper Arts and Knot Tying

V. Application:

Activity - Follow that thing!

For introduction on face painting and mask activity the teacher will

instruct them to watch the video clips showing the different ways on how to

do the face painting or mask painting. After watching, tell them to follow by

applying the colors on face or mask.

Video 3: How to make Korean Mask

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYDmBSzbeR8
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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA

Subject Teacher Head Teacher I


School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level
High School G8
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
MAPEH
GRADE 8
Teaching Dates G8- P.E - THURSDAY SEPT.19 Quarter
DAILY LESSON PLAN
and Time HONESTY (7:30 - 8:30) 2nd
INTEGRITY (12:30-1:30)

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Discuss the nature and background of basketball.

B. Explain the health and fitness benefits derived from playing basketball

practice proper and acceptable behavior (e.g. fairness and respect for

authority) when participating in basketball.

C. Execute basic skills and tactics in basketball.

D. Interpret rules and regulations of basketball.

E. Exhibit enjoyment in playing basketball.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Basketball

Reference: MAPEH Book

Materials: Power point presentation, ball

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

B. Motivation

The teacher will divide the class into three groups. The learning

material is a table indicating the basic skills in playing basketball, baseball


and softball. The learners’ task is to identify which of the sport is

appropriate for each of the skills indicated in the table below is

appropriately used.

Ask learners to write the corresponding team sport in the space

provided at the right side of the column for basic skills. This time, find

out whether the learners’ answers are correct or not.

IV. Lesson Proper:

Presentation/Discussion

 Nature and background of basketball

 Basic skills

 Facilities, equipment, playing attire and shoes

 Basic rules and officiating (violations and misconduct)

V. Application:

Execute the following skills:

1. Do four jumping jacks

2. Catch a passed ball in the 3 point line.

3. Dribble the ball in a zigzag pattern as you approach the ring.

4. Do a lay-up or jump shot.


School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level
High School G8
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
GRADE 8 MAPEH
DAILY LESSON PLAN Teaching Dates G8- HEALTH - SEPT.20 FRIDAY Quarter
and Time HONESTY (7:30 - 8:30) 2nd
INTEGRITY (12:30-1:30)
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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA

Subject Teacher Head Teacher I

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Describe the process of conception.

B. Explain the importance of maternal nutrition during pregnancy.

C. Recognize the advantages of breastfeeding.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Pregnancy - related Concerns

Reference: MAPEH Book


Materials: Power point presentation, television, pictures

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

B. Motivation

The teacher will shows some words that related to the topic.

- pregnancy - contraction

- discomfort - complications

- morning sickness

What did you noticed?

Can you tell something about it?

IV. Lesson Proper:

Presentation/Discussion

 New Beginning

 Changes in the mother’s baby

 Nourishing the baby

 Physical Changes and symptoms

 Phases and complications of pregnancy

V. Application:

What Shall I Eat?

Consider this question:

Do you know what a pregnant woman should eat?


Write your ideas in your paper.

Name at least five kinds that a pregnant woman should I eat.

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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA

Subject Teacher Head Teacher I


School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level
High School G9
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
GRADE 9 MAPEH
DAILY LESSON PLAN Teaching Dates G9- MUSIC Quarter
and Time FORTITUDE 2nd
SEPT.16 MONDAY (10:45-11:45)

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Participate in the group activity named “Name that Tune”.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Vocal and Instrumental Music

Reference: MAPEH Book

Materials: Power Point Presentation

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

IV. Lesson Proper:

The teacher will show some sample of music of sonata, symphony and

opera.

At this point, I think you have already an idea about what are we going to

do. Get ready your materials and prepare.

V. Application:

Name that Tune

Procedure:

1. Divide the class into three groups.


2. Listen to the given composition.

3. Identify whether it is a sonata, a concerto or symphony.

4. Choose your group representative who will write the answer on the

board.

5. Each correct score is equivalent to 1 point. The group with the highest

score wins the game.

VI. Evaluation: (group sharing)

1. Which among the compositions are you familiar with?

2. How were you able to determine whether the music is a sonata, concerto or

symphony?

3. Which do you prefer in listening classical or pop music? Why?

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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA

Subject Teacher Head Teacher I


School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level
High School G9
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
GRADE 9 MAPEH
DAILY LESSON PLAN Teaching Dates G9- ARTS Quarter
and Time FORTITUDE 2nd
SEPT.17 TUESDAY (10:45-11:45)

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Encourage them to create their own works of art using

techniques from the era.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: My Own Creation with Baroque Design

Reference: MAPEH Book

Materials: Power point presentation

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer
2. Checking of Attendance

IV. Lesson Proper:

Review the previous lessons.

 Baroque Art

 Famous Baroque artworks and artists

 Michaelangelo Merisi or Amerighi da Caravaggio

 Gian Lorenzo Bernini

 Peter Paul Rubens

 Rembrandt Harmenson van Rijn

 Diego Velasquez

V. Application:

Activity - My Own Creation with Baroque Design

Materials: 1/4 illustration board, old magazines, glue, pencil

Procedure:

1. Illustrate or imitate the facade using the materials.

2. Cut the magazines into strips.

3. Paste it on the design of the facade you made.

VI. Evaluation:(groupings)

1. What is the message conveyed in your artwork?

2. How do you find your output?

3. Is it a Renaissance or Baroque inspired?


School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level
High School G-9
GRADE 9

DAILY LESSON PLAN

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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA
Subject Teacher Head Teacher I
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
MAPEH
Teaching Dates G 9- P.E Quarter
and Time FORTITUDE 2nd
SEPT.18 WEDNESDAY (10:45-11:45)

I. Objective:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Perform with mastery the basic steps and combinations in

cha-cha-cha.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Cha-cha

Reference: MAPEH Book

Materials: Speaker, cha-cha music, pen notebook

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

IV. Lesson Proper:

Here’s how:

1. Males choose a partner.

2. Form three columns by partner. Females stay at right side of

males.

3. Play the music of cha-cha-cha. Clap the rhythm

of the dance (4 and 1,2,3).

4. This time, as the music plays, master the patterns introduced

together with your partner.

5. Follow the sequence as many times as possible until you have

mastered it.
Legend:

L - left R - right C - close step

Fw - forward Bw - backward

6. This time, let’s have it with partner. Follow the sequence of steps to

be executed simultaneously with a partner. Continue doing them until

mastery achieved.

7. Assess your peer’s performance.

- Performs the step patterns correctly with mastery.

- Performs the step pattern correctly with mastery and proper

counting.

- Display proper body lines while doing the movements.

- Fosters positive attitude towards partner and activity.

O - outstanding

VS - very satisfactory

S - satisfactory

NI - needs improvement

P - Poor
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School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level


High School G-9
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
MAPEH
GRADE 9
DAILY LESSON PLAN Teaching Dates G 9- HEALTH Quarter
and Time FORTITUDE 2nd
SEPT.20 FRIDAY(10:45-11:45)
Subject Teacher Head Teacher I

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Analyze myths and misconceptions about substance use and and abuse.

B. Describe signs and symptoms of possible substance use and abuse

among adolescents.

C. Make an advocacy about the truth of drug use and abuse and the signs

and symptoms of it.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Myths , Misconception, Signs and Symptoms of Drug Abuse

Reference: MAPEH Book

Materials: Power point presentation, Television


III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

B. Motivation

The teacher will show some pictures about different kinds of drugs.

What do you know about drugs?

What are the sign and symptoms of drug abuse?

IV. Lesson Proper

The teacher will formally discuss the lesson.

Presentation/Discussion

 Myths and Misconceptions about Drug of Abuse

 Profile of a Drug Abuser

V. Application:

Group Activity (News Casting)

Group yourselves into small groups. Plan your live news casting about

myths, misconceptions and signs of drug use and abuse. Some members can be

field reporters and ordinary people who get to be interviewed. Your teacher

and classmates will share their insights on your report.


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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA
Subject Teacher Head Teacher I

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:


A. Describes the historical and cultural background of popular Latin

School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level


High School G10
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
MAPEH
GRADE 10
DAILY LESSON PLAN Teaching Dates G10- MUSIC (SEPT.16 MONDAY) Quarter
and Time JUSTICE (9:45-10:45) 2nd
WISDOM (2:30-3:30)

American Music.

B. Observes dance styles, instruments, rhythm of Latin American music

through videos.

C. Listens perceptively to Latin American music.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Popular Latin American Music

Reference: MAPEH Book

Materials: Power point presentation, Television

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

B. Motivation

The teacher will play a video clips and show some pictures of Latin

American music to the class. They will identify it what kind of dance it is.

The teacher follows up after the activity and asks several questions.

IV. Lesson Proper

Presentation/Discussion

 Influences on Latin American Music

 Popular Music Form


- Samba - Salsa

- Son

 Vocal and Dance Forms

- Cumbia - Cha -cha - Bossa Nova - Foxrot

- Tango - Rumba - Reggae - Paso Doble

V. Application

Among the types of Latin American music, which evolved into dance

forms that remain popular today.

VI. Evaluation:

1. An African- Brazilian invention in the working class and in slum district

in Rio de Janeiro. (Samba)

2. It is a social dance form Cuba and Puerto Rico. (Salsa)

3. It is usually played with tres,contrabas, bongos, maracas and claves.

(Son)

4. Popular as a courtship dance. (Cumbia)

5. It is known as double step. (Paso Doble).

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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA
Subject Teacher Head Teacher I

School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level


High School G - 10
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
GRADE 10 MAPEH
Teaching Dates G10- ARTS (SEPT.18 WEDNESDAY) Quarter
DAILY LESSON PLAN and Time JUSTICE (9:45-10:45) 2nd
WISDOM (1:30-2:30)

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Creates a tech-based artwork (video clip and printed media such as

poster, food, picture) relating to selected topic from the different learning

areas using available technologies.

II. Subject materials:

Topic: Digital Photography

Reference: MAPEH Book

Materials: Power point presentation, television

II.Procedure:
A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

III. Lesson Proper:

Creating Mobile Phone Art/Computer-generated Art

1. Depending on the devices available to you, you may either:

A. Capture an image using your cellphone camera.

B. Create an image from scratch using a drawing/illustration program on a

computer,laptop,or tablet.

2. Save your captured image or finished illustration in preparation for

transforming it into an example of cellular phone art or

computer-generated art.

3. Using any of the applications installed in your available devices,

experiment with the different effects and features to modify your save

images or illustration. You may try some of the following effects, as well as

others offered by the applications you are using:

 Resize

 Crop

 Rotate

 Apply a texture

 Edit out an element that you do not want to appear

 Add an element that is not in the original image

4. Save the most unique, striking, or remarkable modified images to be

printed out.

IV. Evaluation (Group)

1. Did you feel like an artist while capturing and modifying your mobile

phone image? Describe the experience.


2. In the case of rendering and modifying an original computer illustration,

School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level


High School G - 10
GRADE 10

DAILY LESSON PLAN

do you consider this is a true art? Why or why not?

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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA
Subject Teacher Head Teacher I
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
MAPEH
Teaching Dates G10- P.E (SEPT.19 THURSDAY) Quarter
and Time JUSTICE (9:45-10:45) 2nd
WISDOM (1:30-2:30)

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Identify the history, equipment and basic skills used in badminton.

B. Execute each basic skill properly and individually.

C. Relate badminton in physical fitness of an individual.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Basic Skills in Badminton

Reference: MAPEH Book 10

Materials: Power point presentation, television, racket, shuttlecock

III. Procedure:

A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance

B. Motivation

The teacher will divide the class into four groups and conduct an activity
named “Picture Puzzle”..

The students will solve the puzzled pictures within two minutes.

The teacher will then ask the students what is the relation of those
pictures to the new lesson.

IV. Lesson Proper:

Presentation/Discuss

 Nature of Badminton

 Equipment
 Rules

 Basic Skills

V. Application:

The teacher will introduce the basic skills in badminton and let the

students execute the basic skills.

VI. Evaluation:

1. Badminton was formerly called as _________.


2. Where was the game badminton originated?
3. The dukes and ministers of the royal courts played badminton in a place
named __________.
4. Enumerate at least two
5. equipment needed in playing badminton.
6. What is the other term for shuttlecock?
7. It is a hit with power and speed downward to the opponents’ court.

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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA
Subject Teacher Head Teacher I
School Bignay National High School – Junior Grade Level
High School G - 10
Teacher Blessie Elarco Teope Learning Area
GRADE 10 MAPEH
Teaching Dates G10- HEALTH (SEPT.20 FRIDAY) Quarter
DAILY LESSON PLAN and Time JUSTICE (9:45-10:45) 2nd
WISDOM (1:30-2:30)

I. Objectives:

At the end of the lesson the students will be able to:

A. Demonstrates understanding of current health trends, issues and

concerns in the National, levels

B. Discusses the existing health related laws;

C. Participates in health issues programs.

II. Subject Matter:

Topic: Health Trends, Issues and Concerns in the National Level

Reference: MAPEH Book 10

Materials: Power point presentation, television,pictures

III. Procedure:
A. Preparation

1. Opening Prayer

2. Checking of Attendance.

IV. Lesson Proper:

Presentation/Discussion

 Alternatives

 Reproductive Health

 Pillars of Foundation

A. Informed Choice

B. Respect for Life

C. Birth Control

D. Responsible Parenthood

V.Application:

As a adolescent, what benefits do we get from the Responsible Parenthood

and Reproductive Health Act?

VI.Evaluation:

Identify these pillars below by unscrambling the letters.

1. NFDEORMI COHICE

2. TESPCER OFR FIEL

3. TIRHB LOTRONC

4. LEBOSRPNISE HONTPERAOD
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BLESSIE E. TEOPE THELMA P. LUNA
Subject Teacher Head Teacher I