Instructional Planning

(With inclusion of the provisions of D.O. No. 8, s. 2015 and D.O. 42, s.2016)
Detailed Lesson Plan (DLP)
DLP No.: 27 Learning Area: Practical Research Grade Level: 11 Quarter: 2nd Duration:
1 Sem, Q4 1 hour
Learning Competency/ies: Selects Relevant Literature Code: CS_RS11-IIIf-j-1
(Taken from the Curriculum Guide)
Key Concepts/ Literature
Understanding to be developed
1. Objectives Knowledge Describe what literature is.
Skills Generate different sources of literature.
Attitude Demonstrate self-confidence in describing what a literature is and
in generating the different sources of literature.
Values Display love of truth in the process of attaining knowledge about
literature.

2. Content Literature
3. Learning CG, Multimedia
Resources
4. Procedures
4.1 Introductory Activity Checking of attendance.
5 minutes I am going to show you jumbled letters which you are going to unscramble. The person
who has an idea must stand-up and wait to be called before saying the answer. He /She
will get 5 points for this if able to give the correct answer. The jumbled letters are:
LTIEARTRUE Answer: Literature

Excellent! Our topic this morning is about literature.
4.2 Activity Group activity.
5 minutes I am going to show you some slides and identify if it is literature or not (See Appendix A).

4.3 Analysis Can you tell your classmates why you considered it a “literature”?
15 minutes What do the pictures have in common? Written.

4.4 Abstraction According to Esther Lombardi, literature is a term used to describe written and
5 minutes. sometimes spoken material. Derived from the Latin litteratura meaning "writing formed
with letters," literature most commonly refers to works of the creative imagination,
including poetry, drama, fiction, nonfiction, journalism, and in some instances, song.

“For many, the word literature suggests a higher art form, merely putting words on a
page doesn't necessarily mean creating literature.”
4.5 Application Give me an example of a literature and where you could find it/ source.
10 minutes
4.6 Assessment Get ¼ sheet of paper and listen to the following statements.
10 minutes 1. Literature is a higher form of art. True or False. True
2. It is a term used to describe written and sometimes spoken material. True
3. It mostly commonly refers to the works of creative imagination. True
4. If I write the word silent, you could consider that as literature. False
5. Literature comes from what Latin word? Litteratura
6. What is the meaning of your answer in no. 5?
7. Please explain this: “merely putting words on a page doesn’t necessarily mean
creating literature.
Assessment Method Paper-pencil Exam
4.7 Assignment (2 minutes)
 Reinforcing/ Strengthening Your assignment is to look for a literature regarding global warming. Do not forget to
the day’s lesson write the source of your literature and if possible include the author and title. Put it in a
shortbondpaper. No duplication of assignments.
4.8 Concluding Activity “He liked the mere act of reading, the magic of turning scratches on a page into words
1 minute inside his head.”
― John Green, An Abundance of Katherines

Prepare by:
Name: Purity V. Mata School: Cantumog National High School
Position/ Designation: Teacher III Division: Cebu Province
Contact Number: 09169431018 Email address: purity.mata@gmail.com

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