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Grade IX

Daily Lesson Log


I.
OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards
B. Performance Standards
C. Learning Competencies

II.

CONTENT

III.

LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide
Page
2. Learners Material
Page
3. Textbook Page
4. Additional Materials
from LR
B. Other Learning
Resources
PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous
lessons/ Checking of
assignment

IV.

B. Establishing a
purpose for the
lesson/ Motivating
the students

School :
Teacher :
Teaching Dates :
Quarter :
Learning Area :
Molave Vocational
Azucena H. Hortilano
June 27 to July 1
First
English
Technical School
Lesson 1
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
The learner finds a poem, an informative article and tasks/activities that will build his understanding of the value of
recognizing and performing roles in life.
The learner makes a well- prepared Community Services Brochure.
RC 1a. share prior
LC 1a. process
LT 1a. analyze literature as
G1a. use appropriate
knowledge about a
information mentioned in
a means of discovering the
punctuation marks
text topic
the text listened to
self
and capitalization to
convey meaning
Seven Ages of Man
Rhymes
Figurative Language
Using Capitalization
and Punctuation
Marks

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The teacher asks the


students about roles in
life that interest them.

The teacher asks the


students about the Seven
Ages of Man.

The teacher asks students


to give examples of end and
internal rhymes.

The teacher asks the


students if they have
read the play As You
Like It where the new
lesson is extracted/

The teacher asks the


students to go over the
poem Seven Ages of
Man.

The teacher asks the


students to go back to the
poem Seven Ages of Man
then ask if they notice some
words used by the poet that

The teacher asks the


students some
examples of figurative
language.
The teacher asks the
students what
punctuation marks are
used in the poem.

C. Presenting the new


lesson

D. Presenting
examples/instances
of the new lesson

E. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new skills
F. Developing mastery

G. Finding practical
applications of
concepts and skills
in daily living
H. Making
generalizations and
abstractions about
the lesson
I. Evaluating learning

J. Additional activities
for application or
remediation

adapted.
Read and identify the
The teacher asks the
Seven Ages of Man
students to check if there
presented in the poem. are rhymes that they see
in the poem.

have deeper meanings.


The teacher asks the
students if they have used
words with deeper or
symbolic meanings and
how they call them.
Discuss with the students
the four types of figurative
language presented in the
book.

The teacher asks the


students to go back to
the poem and identify
sample punctuation
marks.
Discuss with the
students punctuation
marks and
capitalization.

Discuss with the students


the differences between
end and internal rhymes.

The students give their own


examples of the four types
of figurative language.

Discuss with the


students ancient
Greek writing.
The students are asked
to punctuate
statements properly.
Students give the
importance of using
punctuation.

Discuss with the


students the seven
ages of man and their
corresponding
descriptions.
The teacher gives an
overview of the play
As You Like It where
the poem is extracted.
The students are asked
to perform the WORD
BANK task.
The students identify
the stage where they
are in.

The teacher and the


students spot the words
that rhyme.

The students fill out the


appropriate entries for
end and internal rhymes.
The students share
findings with the group.

The students are asked to


complete a table.

The students compare


and contrast the
description of the
stage where they are
in.
The teacher presents
logical arrangement
and matching type
test.

The students identify the


difference between end
and internal rhymes.

Students give their


definitions of the four
figurative languages
learned.

Students define
punctuation marks
and capitalization.

The teacher gives a


sample poem and asks
the students to spot
rhymes in the given
poem.

The teacher presents


statements and students
identify the figure of speech
used.

The teacher gives


statements to be
punctuated properly.

Students identify
new/heavy/loaded words
found in the poem.

V.

REMARKS /
ASSIGNMENT

VI.

REFLECTION
A. No of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
B. No of learners who
require
C. Did the remedial
lessons work? No of
learners who have
caught up with the
lesson
D. No of learners who
continue to require
remediation
E. Which of my
teaching strategies
worked well?
F. What difficulties did
I encounter which
my superior can
help?
G. What innovation or
localized materials
did I use/discover
which I wish to
share with other
teachers?

The teacher asks the


students to research
on the difference
between end and
internal rhymes.

The teacher asks the


students to research the
meaning of
onomatopoeia,
assonance, consonance
and alliteration

The teacher asks the


students to research
punctuation and
capitalization.

Prepared by

Checked and reviewed by

Approved by

AZUCENA H. HORTILANO

ESPERANZA G. NAVARRO

SAMSON V. ACAPULCO

Teacher

Head Teacher, English Department

School Principal

Grade X
Daily Lesson Log
VII. OBJECTIVES
D. Content Standards
E. Performance Standards
F. Learning Competencies

VIII. CONTENT
IX.

LEARNING
RESOURCES
C. References
5. Teachers Guide
Page
6. Learners Material
Page
7. Textbook Page
8. Additional Materials
from LR
D. Other Learning

School :
Teacher :
Teaching Dates :
Quarter :
Learning Area :
Molave Vocational
Azucena H. Hortilano June 27 to July 1
First
English
Technical School
Lesson 1
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
The learner answers one enduring question about life, How does discovering personal challenge create a deeper
understanding of your innermost sense of self?
The learner makes a concise ORAL REPORT about CYBERBULLYING
VC 1a. determine how G1a. use reflexive
WC1a. identify the
VC1a. give a concise
connected events
pronouns to create
features of a
oral report on anti
contribute to the
meaningful discourse
persuasive text
-bullying
totality of a material
viewed
Daedalus and Icarus
Reflexive pronouns
Anti- Bullying Act of
Anti- Bullying Act of
2013
2013

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X.

Resources
PROCEDURES
K. Reviewing previous
lessons/ Checking of
assignment

The teacher asks the


students about their
previous journey.

The teacher asks the


students some events
that happened in the
story read yesterday.

L. Establishing a
purpose for the
lesson

The teacher asks the


students to complete
the blocks.

M. Presenting the new


lesson

The teacher asks the


students to watch a
video presentation
about Nick Vujicic.

The teacher asks the


students to pick out
pronouns from the
story.
The students will
identify the pronouns
chosen.

N. Presenting
examples/instances
of the new lesson

The teacher asks the


students how personal
challenges make them
a better person.
Read and check
comprehension of the
story.
The teacher asks about
facts and details of the
story.

O. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new skills
P. Developing mastery

Q. Finding practical
applications of
concepts and skills
in daily living
R. Making
generalizations and
abstractions about
the lesson

How does Icarus


decision change his
life?
Let the students give a
summary of the story.

The teacher asks the


students to make the
pronouns reflect back
to the subject.
Discuss reflexive
pronouns and give
examples.
The teacher asks the
students to construct
sentences using the
pronouns.
Why are reflexive
pronouns important?

Let the students


define reflexive
pronouns.

The teacher asks the


students to give
examples of sentences
with reflexive
pronouns.
The teacher asks the
students to write about
their mission
statement in life.
Students read the Anti
-Bullying Act then
answer
comprehensions
questions.
Students study the text
and accomplish the
task given.

The teacher reviews


the anti-bullying act.

Discuss methods of
stopping anti-bullying
acts.
The teacher asks the
students if the given
acts are acts of
bullying or not.
Why is it not right to
bully others?

Students do the oral


report.

Students enumerate
acts of anti -bullying.

Students do the oral


report.

The teacher presents


the rubric for the oral
report.
Students do the oral
report.

Students do the oral


report.

Students do the oral


report.

Students do the oral


report.

S. Evaluating learning

XI.

T. Additional activities
for application or
remediation
REMARKS /
ASSIGNMENT

XII. REFLECTION
H. No of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
I. No of learners who
require
J. Did the remedial
lessons work? No of
learners who have
caught up with the
lesson
K. No of learners who
continue to require
remediation
L. Which of my
teaching strategies
worked well?
M. What difficulties did
I encounter which
my superior can
help?
N. What innovation or
localized materials
did I use/discover
which I wish to

Students will arrange


events that happen in
the story.

Students shall use


reflexive pronouns
into sentences.

The teacher asks


students what they will
do to stop or minimize
bullying.

The students do the


oral report.

Students will research


about reflexive nouns.

Students will research


about anti bullying
act.

Students prepare for


the concise oral report
on anti- bullying.

The students are asked


to research about
REFLECTION.

share with other


teachers?

Prepared by

Checked and reviewed by

AZUCENA H. HORTILANO

ESPERANZA G. NAVARRO

Teacher

Head Teacher, English Department

Approved by

SAMSON V. ACAPULCO
School Principal

Grade IX
Daily Lesson Log

School :
Molave Vocational
Technical School

Teacher :
Azucena H. Hortilano

Teaching Dates :
July 4 to July 8

Quarter :
First
Lesson 2

Learning Area :
English

XIII. OBJECTIVES
G. Content Standards

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
The learner unfolds his greatness and heroic acts which will lead him to discover his hidden potentials and develop
skills for the realization of the worlds ultimate goal positive transformation

H. Performance Standards
I. Learning Competencies

The learner conveys a message to a hero through a RAP.


Restate the ideas
Share thoughts,
conveyed by the
feelings and
text listened to
intentions in the
materials
viewed

XIV. CONTENT
XV. LEARNING
RESOURCES
E. References
9. Teachers Guide
Page
10.
Learners
Material Page
11. Textbook Page
12.Additional Materials
from LR
F. Other Learning
Resources
XVI. PROCEDURES
U. Reviewing previous
lessons/ Checking of
assignment
V. Establishing a
purpose for the
lesson
W.Presenting the new
lesson
X. Presenting
examples/instances
of the new lesson

Paraphrasing

Kennings

Beowulf

Beowulf

Y. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new skills
Z. Developing mastery
AA.
Finding
practical
applications of
concepts and skills
in daily living
AB.
Making
generalizations and
abstractions about
the lesson
AC.
Evaluating
learning
AD.
Additional
activities for
application or
remediation
XVII. REMARKS /
ASSIGNMENT
XVIII. REFLECTION
O. No of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
P. No of learners who
require
Q. Did the remedial
lessons work? No of
learners who have
caught up with the
lesson
R. No of learners who
continue to require
remediation

S. Which of my
teaching strategies
worked well?
T. What difficulties did
I encounter which
my superior can
help?
U. What innovation or
localized materials
did I use/discover
which I wish to
share with other
teachers?

Prepared by

Checked and reviewed by

AZUCENA H. HORTILANO

ESPERANZA G. NAVARRO

Teacher

Head Teacher , English Department

Grade IX
Daily Lesson Log
XIX. OBJECTIVES
J. Content Standards

School :
Molave Vocational
Technical School
Monday

Teacher :
Azucena H. Hortilano
Tuesday

Teaching Dates :
July 4 to July 8
Wednesday

Quarter :
First
Lesson 2
Thursday

Learning Area :
English
Friday

K. Performance Standards
L. Learning Competencies
XX. CONTENT
XXI. LEARNING
RESOURCES
G. References
13.Teachers Guide
Page
14.Learners Material
Page
15.Textbook Page
16.Additional Materials
from LR
H. Other Learning
Resources
XXII. PROCEDURES
AE.
Reviewing
previous lessons/
Checking of
assignment
AF.
Establishing a
purpose for the
lesson
AG.
Presenting the
new lesson
AH.
Presenting
examples/instances
of the new lesson
AI.
Discussing
new concepts and
practicing new skills
AJ.
Developing
mastery
AK.
Finding
practical
applications of

concepts and skills


in daily living
AL.
Making
generalizations and
abstractions about
the lesson
AM.
Evaluating
learning
AN.
Additional
activities for
application or
remediation
XXIII. REMARKS /
ASSIGNMENT
XXIV. REFLECTION
V. No of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
W.No of learners who
require
X. Did the remedial
lessons work? No of
learners who have
caught up with the
lesson
Y. No of learners who
continue to require
remediation
Z. Which of my
teaching strategies
worked well?
AA.
What
difficulties did I
encounter which my
superior can help?

AB.
What
innovation or
localized materials
did I use/discover
which I wish to
share with other
teachers?

Prepared by

Checked and reviewed by

AZUCENA H. HORTILANO

ESPERANZA G. NAVARRO

Teacher

Head Teacher , English Department