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Siena College Q. C.
Del Monte Avenue Quezon City
Integrated Basic Education Department
Chapter Plan
Chapter Plan no:01
Topic:
Finding our Roots:
Introduction to Philippine OralLore and Pre-HispanicLiteratureCharacteristics of Pre-Hispanic PhilippineLiteratureExamples of Pre-HispanicPhilippine Literature
The Cycle of the Sunand the MoonThe Monkey and theTurtle
Subject Area: ENGLISH 7Big Idea: Literary AppreciationCultural AppreciationCultural SensitivityYear Level:GRADE 7
7-Excellence7-Love of God7-Unity7-Love for the Eucharist7-Faith (BHS)
Allocated Time: 12 Meetings Designer/s:Mr. Jayson D. ZabalaMs. Mirasol L. LastimozaInterdisciplinary Integration:Social Studies – 
early Philippine Culture (Pre-Colonial Period)
Filipino – 
 pre-Hispanic Philippine Literary Tradition
Speech – 
Theater and Drama
Religion
– The Creation Story
Graduate Attributes:AD 1.1.Effective Communicator1.1.2.
Demonstrates Comprehension in Reading.
1.1.9.
Clearly articulates his/her stand concerning issues.
AD 1.3.Creative Learner1.3.1.
Applies acquired knowledge and skills in any given situation or  problem.
AD 1.5.Visual Learner1.5.1.
Illustrates abstract ideas in different forms.
AD 1.7.People Smart1.7.1.
Communicates and interacts effectively with others.
1.7.3.
Respects the feelings and viewpoints of others.
AD 1.8.Self-Smart1.8.6.
Expresses his/her thoughts and ideas with confidence.
SD 5.The Proud Global Pinoy5.1.
Speaks and Promotes Filipino History and Culture.
5.2.
Shows respect for different ethnic groups.
5.14.
Respect for different cultures, ideologies, and religious beliefs.
 
Stage 1.0 Desired Results
Established Goals: (K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum, DepEd)G RC 1b:
Use information presented in a reading or viewing selection to infer, toevaluate, and to express critical ideas.
RC 1e:
Respond to ideas, issues and concerns presented in a reading or viewingselection in creative forms.
OL 1:
Use the right stress, intonation, phrasing, and pacing when reading shortwritten passages and engaging in interpersonal communication.
WC 1a:
Identify the exclusive features and properties of oral language.
WC 1b:
Identify the exclusive features and properties of written language.
VD 1:
Establish semantic relationships of words as well as familiar, colloquial,and idiomatic expressions.
AT 1:
Ask sensible questions on his/her own initiative.
SS 1:
Use appropriate mechanisms/tools in the library for locating resources.
Performance Standard:The learner interpretatively and proficiently performs in an excerpt of a playor drama highlighting human rights.The learner presents an excerpt of a play highlighting significant humanexperiences.Essential Questions:QWhen does a story become “literary”?What is “culture”?How is culture created?What determines our cultural identity?What is the significance of literature inour culture?Topical Questions:
What is Literature?What makes literature alive in the traditionof a particular civilization or community?Who are the main characters in the stories presented?When did these stories take place?Where do you think these stories took  place?What are some important events in thestories?What do you think is the purpose of theEarly Filipinos in telling these stories?
Enduring Understanding:U
Students will understand that…
Literature exposes us to ideas andconcepts which define our constructof the world and mold our presentidentity.
Literature promotes respect,harmony, cultural appreciation aswell as cultural sensitivity.
Literature releases our creativityand helps us go beyond norms,therefore creating newer paths.
A strong literary tradition nourishesa strong culture; a strong culture builds a strong society; a strongsociety empowers people to be the best they can be.
 
What composes Pre-Hispanic Literature?Who brought these types of literature to thePhilippines?What are the literary types with Indonesianroots?What are the literary types with Malayanroots?What are the kinds of epics?What are the kinds of folktales?What are the kinds of poems?
Knowledge:
Students will know…
The Correlation of Literature andSocial Identity
The Pre-Hispanic PhilippineLiterary Tradition
Examples of Pre-HispanicPhilippine Literature
Skills:S
Students will be able to do…
Place the Pre-Hispanic Literature inits proper pedestal in the PhilippineLiterary Tradition by being able todistinguish pre-Hispanic literaturefrom other types of literatureexisting in the Philippines;
Display a deeper sense of appreciation and understanding for the ingenuity of pre-HispanicLiterature through the production of a play.
Stage 2.0 Assessment Evidence
Performance Task/Transfer:TTEATRO PITO
The Repertoire Philippines, a famous theater company here in the country, isstaging an adaptation of Philippine Folktales and legends for the current theater season.These folktales, are however, available only in a narrative format from their originalsources.The company, then, must be able to make an appropriate script the essence of thenarratives, but the senior scriptwriters added the twist of including social issues andsocial commentaries within the dialogues. Without sacrificing the important informationsuch as the main events, the company must be able to deliver the message through actorswho possess the proper emotions, gestures, and skills to be able to give conviction tothese stories.The Department of Education has pledged full support for this undertaking andhas sent a memorandum to all public and private schools to encourage Grade 7 studentsto watch the theatrical adaptation of the story:
Why do Women Wash the Dishes? (Bakit ang mga babae ang naghuhugas ng mga Pinggan?),
the folktale adopted for the play.It is expected that the members of Repertoire Philippines exhibit proper gestures,

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