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DAILY School Grade Level G-8

LESSO Teacher Learning Area CROP PRODUCTION


N Teaching Week Week Quarter
LOG

Time: TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Date
I. OBJECTIVES Enumerates farm inputs Estimate Farm inputs and Perform calculations
AFTER THE 60 MIN. and farmactivities Labor Requirements.
PERIOD THE 75% OF requirements.
STUDENTS WERE
EXPECTED TO;
A. Content Standards Demonstrate understanding on Problem solving
ProceduresBasic mathematicaloperations

B. Performance 1. Job requirements are identifiedfrom written or oralcommunications.


Standards 2. Quantities of materials andresources required tocomplete a work task areestimated.
3. Time needed to complete awork activity is estimated.
4. Accurate estimates for workcompletion are made.
5. Estimates of materials andresources are reported toappropriate person.
C. Learning LO 1. Perform estimation
Competencies/ 1.1. Identify job requirement from written and oral communications
Objectives 1.2. Estimate the quantity of materials and resources required to complete a work/ task
1.3. Estimate time needed to complete a work/activity
1.4. Calculate the duration of work completion
1.5. Follow procedures in reporting to appropriate persons the estimate of materials and resources

II. CONTENT PERFORM ESTIMATION

III. LEARNING K-12 BEC LEARNING Module CROP PRODUCTION


RESOURCES
K-12 BEC LEARNING Module HORTICULTURE

A. References
1. Teachers Guide
Pages
2. Learners Material K-12 BEC LEARNING Module K-12 BEC LEARNING K-12 BEC LEARNING Module K-12 BEC LEARNING
Pages CROP PRODUCTION MODULE HORTICULTURE HORTICULTURE pp. 54 Module horticulture pp .
pp 33-36. PP..51-53 32-33
3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Materials K-12 BEC LEARNING
from Learning Resources MODULE HORTICULTURE
B. Other Learning POWERPOINT PRESENTATION OF THE COMMON FARM EQUIPMENTS
Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Pre-test LO1 p. 46 Enumerate farm inputs and REVIEW OF PREVIOUS LESSON Why pre operational
lesson or presenting the k-12 tech. and Livelihood farm activities Let the student be given check-up is very
new lesson Education Estimating Farm Inputs activity essential?
B. Establishing a purpose Let them identify common ASK: PROPER An Activity be performed to Operating the farm
for the lesson farm inputs and labor UNDERSTANDING in the measure how much they equipment
requirements for land estimation of farm inputs learned.
preparation, planting plant and labor requirements
care, irrigation, weeding
and harvesting.
C. Presenting examples/ Lesson Presentation. Have the student make Refer to the previous activity The students will be
instances of the new their own estimation for more references. able to operate
lesson following the given
instructions.
D. Discussing new Brainstorming. Estimations and
concepts and practicing calculations of the data
new skill #1
E. Discussing new Performing the activity then
concepts and practicing give instructions if needed
new skill #2
F. Developing Mastery STUDENT WILL PERFORM From the sample data let Do activity sheet p. 54 Operation Sheet 2.1
ACTIVITY BY IDENTIFYING the students do estimation K-12 BEC LEARNING MODULE Refer to K-12 BEC
THE EQUIPMENTS AND AS and calculations. HORTICULTURE LEARNING Module
WELL STATE EACH OF ITS horticulture pp . 32-33
FUNCTION.
G. Finding practical Abstraction. Valuing the estimation done Knowing how to operate farm
applications of concepts in the farm tractor properly can help avoid
& skills in daily living accidents
H. Making Have students make a Let the student make a Generalization of the lesson
generalizations & generalization about the summary of the lesson learned.
abstractions about the topic.
lesson
I. Evaluating Learning Short quiz Checking of activity being Let the learners operate with Operation Sheet 2.1
Give 3 example of farm given yet close supervision is rubrics
inputs required Refer to K-12 BEC
Enumerate 7 farm activities LEARNING Module
horticulture pp . 32-33
J. Additional activities for Visit a garden area in your BRAINSTORMING. Pre operational check-up is
application or school/home get data: area, very essential to ensure safe
remediation crop, workers salary, etc. operation
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 75% in the
evaluation
B. No. of learners who
require additional activities
for remediation who scored
below 75%
C. Did the remedial lesson
work? No. of learners who
caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well? Why
did these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
G. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish to
share with other teachers?

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