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Lesson Plan EDSA Revolution

Lesson Plan EDSA Revolution

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Lesson Plan for Grade 6/Highschool with Questions
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Lesson PlanTitle : EDSA RevolutionMeetings: 1 (40 min.)I.CoverageA.Definitions
1.
People Power 
 – the collective strength of a nation as they work together toward acommon cause
2.
revolution –
a movement for change
3.
 
civil disobedience
– a refusal to obey several laws in order to influence legislation or policy
B.Events during the People Power RevolutionC.The Role of the Media in the RevolutionII.Behavioral Objectives :
 At the end of the lesson, the pupil should be able toa.describe the events in the EDSA Revolutionb.describe the role of the common “tao” and the media during the revolutionc.justify the civil disobedience done by the people, as suggested Cory Aquinod.infer on the reasons that held the soldiers from destroying Camp Crame and Aguinaldo
III.Motivational Activity
1.Divide the class into 6 groups. Give one of the following pictures to each group:
Corazon Aquino
Fidel V. Ramos
Juan Ponce Enrile
Ferdinand Marcos
common people (masses)
religious leaders (Archbishop Sin, Priests, Nuns)
2.
The teacher says an event or an activity. Within a given period of time, the groups will raise their picture if the person in their picture
led 
or 
is involved directly 
in the said activity/event.3.Groups with correct answers get points. The group with the most points wins.
IV.Lesson PropeConceptsTeacher/ Student ActivityFlow of Questions
REVIEW (Events that led to theEDSA Revolution)Question-and-AnswerWhat is the cause of the
snapelections
on Feb. 7, 1986?What is
KBL
?How did Cory Aquino respond tothe results of the snap elections?How about the religious leaders,like Cardinal Sin, and the CBCP?February 22, 1986
Minister Juan Ponce Enrile of theNational Defense and Vice Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Fidel V. Ramosbroke away from the Marcosregime.
Discuss the start of the revolutionDiscuss: It was said that they didthis even though they are fullyaware that they will get arrested,together with the RAM (Reformthe Armed Forces Movement),candidates of the opposing partyand leaders of the Catholicchurch.How large was the impact madeby these two officials?What positive characteristics didthey show?Who can guess what their challenge for Marcos was?
Marcos announced through PTV-
Describe the status of PTV-4 What did Enrile and Ramos use
 
4 that RAM planned to overthrow the government but they failed.
to bring the message to Marcos?What, in turn, was Marcos’challenge for them (FVR, Enrile)?
Enrile stayed at Camp Aguinaldowhile Ramos stayed at CampCrame. Agapito Aquino and ArchbishopJaime Cardinal Sin called all the people listening to Radio Veritasto go to EDSA and the campsand help the rebels.
Describe the role of the mediaduring the revolutionWho is Agapito Aquino?Who are the “rebels” in thiscontext?Do you think it is necessary for the Archbishop to join therevolution? Why or why not?
Within an hour, EDSA was filled with people.
Show pictures of people who joined the People Power Revolution
February 23, 1986
Enrile moved to Camp Crame inthe afternoon. The peoplemediated between the soldiers of Malacanang and Enrile.Many soldiers went to CampCrame.
Help them imagine the sceneWhat can you infer about thecondition of the streets and thepeople that afternoon?What do you think are thesoldiers’ reactions? At this stage, who is winning therevolution?
The rebel group gained control over the media like radio and TV stations and the secret arsenal,and also the support of thesoldiers. People in Manila united with the soldiers in Camp Crame.
Describe the events at thecamps, expressways, radio andTV stations, and other buildingsWhat was the next course of action?Why do they need to do this?
Filipinos at the camp shared everything they have.
Describe how the people helpeach other and the rebels at thecampsWhat are other ways done by theFilipinos to show their unity?
Filipinos who live far and in the provinces offered their prayers foa bloodless revolution.
What can Filipinos who live far doto help?The important idea of therevolution:
Filipinos helped each other inorder to attain a fair, just, and democratic society.
February 25, 1986 At Club Filipino:
Corazon C. Aquino and her running partner,Salvador “Doy” Laurel were proclaimed President and VicePresident of the New Government.
Because of this, what are thetitles that Cory gained?

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