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School Maryknoll School of Lupon Grade Level 11

Teacher Group 2 Learning Area Introduction to the


Philosophy of Human
Grades 1 to 12/Daily Lesson Person
Log Teaching Dates & February 13-16,2017 Quarter 1
Time

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards B. Content C. Content The learner The learner understands


Standards Standards understands the the human persons
human persons freedom
freedom
D. Performance Standards E. Performance F. Performance The learner shows The learner shows
Standards Standards situations that situations that
demonstrate freedom demonstrate freedom of
of choice and the choice and the
consequences of consequences of choices
choices.
G. Learning H. Learning I. Learning 5.2 Evaluate the 5.2 Evaluate the
Competencies/Objectives Competencies/Obj Competencies/Obj exercise of exercise of prudence
(Write the LC Code for each) ectives ectives prudence in choices in choices
(Write the LC Code (Write the LC Code
for each) for each)
a. Define the concept a. Define the concept of
of Human Freedom Human Freedom
b. Relate the concept b. Relate the concept
freedom to freedom to personal
personal human human acts.
acts.

II. CONTENT III. IV. CON


Freedom of the Human Freedom of the Human
person person
VI. LEARNING RESOURCES VII. LEARNING VIII. LEARNING
RESOURCES RESOURCES
A. References B. References C. References

1. Teachers Guide pages 2. Teachers 3. Teachers Page 5 Page 5


Guide pages Guide pages
4. Learners Materials pages 5. Learners 6. Learners Pages 1-4 Pages 1-4
Materials Materials
pages pages
7. Textbook pages 8. Textbook 9. Textbook Page 5 Page 5
pages pages
10. Additional Materials from 11. Additional 12. Additional Download copies from Download copies from
Learning Resource (LR) Materials from Materials from LRMDS LRMDS
portal Learning Learning
Resource (LR) Resource (LR)
portal portal
IX. PROCEDURES X. XI. PRO
A. Establishing a purpose for the B. Establishing a C. Establishing a 1. review of 1. review of
lesson purpose for the purpose for the yesterday lesson. yesterday
lesson lesson 2. Given the situation lesson.
that you can be 2. Given the
invisible through a situation that
magical ring, how you can be
will you use it? invisible through
3. Students will be a magical ring,
given a minute to how will you use
reflect it?
3. Students will be
given a minute
to reflect
D. Presenting E. Presenting F. Presenting 1. Discussion Lecture 1. Discussion Lecture
examples/instances of the examples/instanc examples/instanc - Socratic Method - Socratic Method
new lesson es of the new es of the new Notion of freedom Notion of freedom
lesson lesson
1. Discussing new concepts and 2. Discussing new 3. Discussing new
practicing new skills #1 concepts and concepts and
practicing new practicing new
skills #1 skills #1
4. Discussing new concepts and 5. Discussing new 6. Discussing new
practicing new skills #2 concepts and concepts and
practicing new practicing new
skills #2 skills #2
7. Developing mastery 8. Developing 9. Developing
(Leads to Formative Assessment mastery mastery
3) (Leads to Formative (Leads to Formative
Assessment 3) Assessment 3)
10. Finding practical 11. Finding 12. Finding 1. The students will be 1. The students will be
application of concepts and practical practical asked to ponder on asked to ponder on this
skills in daily living application of application of this saying: saying:
concepts and concepts and
skills in daily skills in daily You are free to You are free to choose
living living choose but you are not but you are not free
free from the from the consequences
consequences of your of your choice.
choice.
13. Making generalizations 14. Making 15. Making 1. What is freedom? 1. What is freedom?
and abstractions about the generalizations generalizations
lesson and abstractions and abstractions
about the lesson about the lesson
16. Evaluating learning 17. Evaluating 18. Evaluating 1. Make a brief 1. Make a brief reflection
learning learning reflection paper on the paper on the concept of
concept of freedom freedom
* Rubric Refer to Rubric Refer to page
page 13 13

19. Additional activities for 20. Additional 21. Additional Assignment: Assignment:
application or remediation activities for activities for 1. Define Prudence 1. Define Prudence
application or application or
remediation remediation
XIII. REMARKS XIV. REMARKS XV.REMARKS

XVI. REFLECTION XVII. XVIII.


A. No. of learners who earned B. No. of learners C. No. of learners
80% in the evaluation who earned 80% in who earned 80% in
the evaluation the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require B. No. of learners B. No. of learners
additional activities for who require who require
remediation who scored below additional activities additional activities
80% for remediation for remediation
who scored below who scored below
80% 80%
C. Did the remedial lessons C. Did the remedial C. Did the remedial
work? No. of learners who have lessons work? No. lessons work? No.
caught up with the lesson of learners who of learners who
have caught up have caught up
with the lesson 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?
Annex 1B to Deped Order No. 42, s. 2016