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DISS

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DISS
Disciplines and Ideas in the
Social Sciences

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School Grade Level
Grades 1 to Teacher Learning Area DISS
12
DAILY Teaching Dates and Time Quarter
LESSON LOG

DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content The learners demonstrate an understanding of the emergence of the Social Sciences and the different disciplines
Standards

B. Performance
The learners shall be able to connect the disciplines with their historical and social foundations
Standards

C. Learning
Competencies/
The learners define Social Sciences as the study of society The learner distinguishes Social and Natural
Objectives
Write the LC (HUMSS_DIS 11- IIIa-1) Sciences and Humanities (HUMSS_DIS 11- IIIa-2
code for each

II. CONTENT Defining Social Sciences as the study of society

III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide
pages
2. Learners
Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional
Materials from
Learning

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Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning 1. JOSE, MARY DOROTHY DL. AND ONG, JEROME A. Discipline and Ideas in the Social Sciences. Quezon City.
Resources Vibal Group, Inc. 2016. pp. 5 11.
2. DELA CRUZ, ARLEIGH ROSS D., FADRIGON, CECILE C., and MENDOZA, DIANA J. Discipline and Ideas in the
Social Sciences. Quezon City. Phoenix Publishing House, Inc.2016. pp. 1- 8.
3. Curriculum Guide, DISS. page 1 of 7
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing INTRODUCE YOURSELF: REVIEW: (5 minutes) REVIEW: (5 minutes) REVIEW: (5 minutes)
previous lesson (15 minutes) Ask the learners to give a Ask the learners to define Ask the learners to
or presenting Ask the learners to introduce recap about what we social science as a study of define social science
the new lesson themselves and let the discussed yesterday. society. and natural science.
learners complete this Definition of Social
sentence upon introducing Sciences.
themselves.

Hello, my name is
_________. The object that
best represent me is a
___________ because
_____________________.
Example:
Hello, my name is
GERONIMO T. SAMPILO.
The object that best represent
me is a POCKET WI-FI
because I CAN GIVE AND
SHARE THE KNOWLEDGE
AND INFORMATION THAT
THE USERS WANT TO
KNOW.

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B. Establishing a Teacher says: Today, we are PICTURES INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY KWL Chart
purpose for the going to begin our lesson in CONCEPTUALIZATION: WORD IDENTIFICATION Completion
lesson Discipline and Ideas in Social (5 minutes) (10minutes): The teacher (5 minutes)
Sciences. Ask the learners to give an will ask the students to Directions: Ask the
idea about the pictures identify if the word related learners to complete
Ask the learners to give their projected on wall. to social science or natural the KWL Chart about
ideas/concept when they science. the definition of social
heard the word Social science and natural
Sciences? Biology History science.
Economics
Anthropology What I What I What I
Psychology Physics Already Want to Learned
Know Know
Chemistry Political Sci
Mathematics Zoology

C. Presenting (5 minutes) (5 minutes) (5 minutes) (5 minutes)


examples/instan Teacher says: What is the Presenting the concept of What is the connection of Ask the learner to
ces of the new relevance of the previous Society in connection to the our previous activity in our relate the concept of
lesson activity to the lesson today? lesson for today. topic for today? the activity in the KWL
Sharing of ideas and concept. to the present lesson.

Definition:
SOCIAL SCIENCES - are all
academic disciplines which
deal with the man in their
social context.
- A science which deals
with human behavior in
its social and cultural
aspects.

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D. Discussing new GROUP ACTIVITY: (15 POWERPOINT GROUP ACTIVITY (15 VIDEO CLIPS
concepts and minutes) PRESENTATION: (15 minutes): The class will be PRESENTATION (15
practicing new Directions: Divide the class minutes) grouped into two. Each minutes):
skills #1 into 4 groups and choose a Discuss Social group will perform Show different video
leader to explain what their Science as study of society. collaborative learning clips about the
presentation all about, each Ask the learners to answer the (brainstorming) about the different cultures and
group will do a role play following HOTS questions: words presented in the traditions in the
showing the different previous activity. A leader Philippines. Then, let
behaviors they noticed in the 1. How does social science should be assigned for the learners answer
community. related to society? each group to present their the following
(see attached rubrics) 2. What are the roles of social work. The teacher will questions:
Processing of the activity, science in the society? serve as the facilitator
Let the learners give their during their discussion. 1. What are the
ideas and concepts about the different cultures
activity. and traditions in the
Philippines?
Discuss the concept of Social 2. Are cultures and
Science. traditions related to
people? If yes,
how?

E. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new
skills #2
F. Developing DYAD ACTIVITY: (5 CONCEPT MAPPING: VENN DIAGRAM (5 minutes)
mastery (leads minutes) (10 minutes) COMPLETION Ask the learners to
to Formative Directions: Choose a partner The learner will be group into (10 minutes): define Humanities.
Assessment 3) and make a slogan showing three. Then, they will ask to fill The teacher will instruct the
the relation of Social Science out a concept map showing learners to complete the
in the community. the definition of social science diagram.
as a study of society.
Processing of output.

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SIMILARITIES

SOCIAL NATURAL
SOCIETY SCIENCES SCIENCES

G. Finding practical(5 minutes) (5 minutes) Ask the learners (5 (5 minutes)


applications of As Senior High School Ask the learner: What is social minutes): How natural Ask the learners how
concepts and learners, how do you use the sciences and how can it be science can be used in our can humanities be
skills in daily social science in your daily used to study and understand daily lives? applied to our daily
living living? society? living?
H. Making (5 minutes) (5 minutes) (5 minutes)
generalizations Ask the learners on how to define Social Science as study of Ask the learners to Ask the learners to
and abstractions society. differentiate social science distinguish between
about the lesson and natural science. Social and Humanities.
I. Evaluating INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY: (5 minutes) (5 minutes) DIORAMA MAKING
learning SENTENCE COMPLETION (5 PENCIL AND PAPER TEST: Ask the learners to define (10 minutes):
minutes) Write True if the statement is the natural science? The learners will be
Directions: The learners will correct and False if not. asked to turn the
complete the sentence: ______ 1. Social science can classroom into mini
The Social be used to study and museum.
Science__________________ understand society. (See the attached
______________________. ______ 2. Socialization affects rubric for this activity)
the overall cultural practices of
a society, but it does not
shape ones self-image.
______ 3. Most social
scientists believe heredity is
the most important factor
influencing human
development.

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______ 4. Social sciences
perspective can be used to
address issue or problem.
______ 5. Society refers to a
group of people who share a
culture and a territory.
J. Additional ASSIGNMENT:
activities for Teacher will ask students to
application or bring any indigenous or
remediation recycled materials or art
materials about the
community to be used in their
diorama activity for day 4.

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Grades 1 to School Grade Level
12 Teacher Learning Area DISS
DAILY
LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and Time Quarter

DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4


I. OBJECTIVES

The learners demonstrate an understanding of the emergence of the Social Sciences and the different
A. Content Standards
disciplines.

B. Performance Standards The learners shall be able to connect the disciplines with their historical and social foundations.
C. Learning Competencies/ Compare and contrast the various Social Science disciplines and their fields, main areas of
Objectives
Write the LC code for each
inquiry, and methods. (HUMSS_DISS11-IIIb-d-3)
Define Anthropology, Describe Economics, Interpret Geography, Interpret History, identify the
identify the fields, areas identify the fields, identify the fields, areas fields, areas of inquiry and
of inquiry and methods areas of inquiry and of inquiry and methods of methods of History.
of Anthropology. methods of Economics. Geography.
Introducing the disciplines within the Social Sciences:
II. CONTENT
1. Anthropology
2. Economics
3. Geography
4. History
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages

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4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning Resources Jose, M. D. & Ong, J. (2016). Discipline and Ideas in the Social Sciences. Quezon City. Vibal Group, Inc.,
pp. 20-37
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson Ask the learners: Ask the learners: Ask the learners: Ask the learners:
or presenting the new 1. What are the 1. What are your 1. How do you find your 1. What is Geography?
lesson differences among insights about budget for today? Have 2. What are the fields of
Social Science and yesterdays lesson? you already planned Geography?
Natural Science and Establish the relevance how to manage it 3. Give a practical
Humanities? of anthropology as a wisely? application of Geography?
social science
(5 minutes) (3 minutes) (5 minutes)
(5 minutes)
B. Establishing a purpose for Teacher will present a GROUP ACTIVITY: GROUP ACTIVITY: From the assignment, the
the lesson picture of mans SOUNDS LIKE teacher will distribute paper
evolution. Group the class into five strips among learners and
Process questions: (5). The learners will be require them to write the
1. Are you familiar with grouped into five. news headlines that
the picture? List down 10 things Each group will be given happened on their
2. What element/s of the which you cant live a chance to pick a set of birthdates. Then, the
picture captured your without. words that sound like learners will post it in the
attention? The groups will present specific geographic blackboard.
3. What branch of social to the class. features through their
science is responsible group representative. (3 minutes)
for this picture? (7 minutes)
Set of words
(5 minutes) 1. Mt. Everest= Mouth-
Eve- Rey- East
2. Sahara Desert= Saw-
Hour- Add- East- Earth

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3. Pacific Ocean= Pass-
Safe- Pick- Oust- Sun
4. Bermuda Triangle=
Bear- Mode- At- Try-
Angle
5. Palawan= Foul- Awe-
Won
(6 minutes)
C. Presenting CLASS ACTIVITY: SMALL GROUP GROUP DISCUSSION: PROCESSING
examples/instances of the DISCUSSION: QUESTIONS:
new lesson SOCSCI PUZZLE Each group will describe 1. What happened on your
The learners will supply Each group will classify the completed set of birthday? or What was
the letters to reveal the what among the listed words Mt. Everest, happening on the day
meaning of things falls under the Sahara Desert ) then that you were born?
Anthropology. needs or wants. present it to the class 2. Share your insights
The learners will present about your birthday
(5 minutes) it to the class by group. (10 minutes) headline.
3. Which branch of Social
(8 minutes) Science does our
activity represents?
4. Define history?
(15 minutes)

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D. Discussing new concepts GROUP ACTIVITY: The teacher will ask the Based from the learners The teacher will discuss.
and practicing new skills #1 learners: analysis of the activity, History has different fields.
SOCSCI SORT 1. What is your own learners will be asked. Accomplish the Wheel
The learners will sort the ideas regarding 1. What is your idea Graphic Organizer by
pictures into the three Economics? about Geography? identifying the various
branches of branches of History that
Anthropology The keywords that may Elicit as many ideas as deals with the given
(5 minutes) arise will be written by possible from the themes, examples, or
the teacher on the board students interests. Write at the
to come up with a center your answer.
definition of Economics. Teacher then clarifies Example: Islam,
what Geography is. Christianity, Buddhism,
(10 minutes) Zoroastrianism, Hinduism
(10 minutes) = _____________ History
Different fields: Diplomatic,
Economic, Asian, World,
European, Environment,
Military, Legal, Cultural,
Modern, Women
(10 minutes)

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E. Discussing new concepts The teacher will discuss The teacher will present The teacher will use COMPLETE THE
and practicing new skills #2 the methods used in a graphic organizer that power point presentation ANALOGY:
studying Anthropology shows the relationship for the discussion about Scientist: test tube
of Microeconomics and physical and human Teacher: chalk
(10 minutes) Macroeconomics. geography. Historian:
(10 minutes) (Presentation contains ______________________
pictures of different land Processing Questions:
forms and bodies of 1. What is the connection
water such as, Mt. between word-pairs?
Everest, Cordillera, 2. What is the tool of a
Bohol, Baguio, historian?
Tagaytay, Sahara 3. Why is a historian like a
Desert, Bodies of water detective?
such as Pacific Ocean, 4. What is Historiography?
coastal areas, rivers, 5. Differentiate primary
lakes etc.) sources from secondary
sources.

(5 minutes)

(10 minutes)

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F. Developing mastery (leads GROUP ACTIVITY: CLASS ACTIVITY: GROUP ACTIVITY: The teacher will require
to Formative Assessment Group Scenario PICK N STICK HUMAN TABLEAU learners to accomplish a
3) The teacher will assign The learners will classify In groups, learners will worksheet. (See
each group to the words written on meta perform human activities attachment)
different branches and cards and post it on its referring to a certain
let the learners relate it corresponding field of place such as hilly, (3 minutes)
to the different methods Economics. mountainous, coastal,
used in Anthropology. rivers, lakes to show
(5 minutes) their way of life.
(15 minutes)
(8 minutes)
G. Finding practical The teacher will present Cite specific situation in Teacher will ask How Do you find History useful
applications of concepts another scenario to the your life where you can does your environment to your daily lives? Why did
and skills in daily living learners: If you are an apply the principles of affect your way of living? you say so?
anthropologist, what Macro and (5 minutes)
specific Filipino tradition Microeconomics. (3 minutes)
will you be interested (5 minutes)
into?

(5 minutes)
H. Making generalizations and The teacher will ask the The teacher will ask the From all of the During this past week, what
abstractions about the learners about the learners about the aforementioned, what is were the hottest issues that
lesson definition, branches and definition and fields of your understanding the different fields of
methods used in Economics. about Geography? History examined?
studying Anthropology
(10 minutes)
Answers: Answers: Answers:
1. Anthropology is the Economics seeks to Geography is the study
study of humankind understand peoples of the features of the
2. 3 branches: Physical activities concerning earth and the location of
or Biological, Cultural, production, distribution living things on the
and Archaeology and consumption of planet. It is divided into
goods and services. two main branches- the

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3. Methods: Physical Geography and
Ethnography, The two fields of Human Geography.
Participant Economics are
Observation, Interview, Microeconomics and (3 minutes)
Focused group Macroeconomics.
discussion, life history
method, ocular (5 minutes)
inspection.

(5 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning The teacher will ask the CONCEPT MAPPING: Paper and Pencil Test Final
learners to accomplish ECONOMICS (10-item quiz) Complete the sentence
the 5-3-1 Chart prompts.
(5-Methods, 3-Braches, Expected output: Definition, Etymology,
1-Definition) (Needs, Wants, Branches of Geography History is the study of
Microeconomics, ________.
(5 minutes) Macroeconomics) (7 minutes)
Among the fields of History,
(5 minutes) I am interested at _______
History because Im
fascinated with
_______________.

An example of primary
sources that I will deal with
_____________ History
are ________________.

An example of secondary
source that I will deal with
_____________ History
are ________________.

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(10 minutes)
J. Additional activities for The teacher will ask the
application or remediation learners to search the
internet for a significant
event that happened
during the day of their
birth.

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Grades 1 to School Grade Level
12 Teacher Learning Area DISS
DAILY
LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and Time Quarter

DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4


I. OBJECTIVES

The learners demonstrate an understanding of the emergence of the Social Sciences and the different
A. Content Standards
disciplines.

B. Performance Standards The learners shall be able to connect the disciplines with their historical and social foundations.
C. Learning Competencies/ Compare and contrast the various Social Science disciplines and their fields, main areas of inquiry, and
Objectives methods. (HUMSS_DISS11-IIIb-d-3)
Write the LC code for each Define Linguistics, Describe Political Interpret Psychology, Interpret Sociology,
identify the fields, areas Science, identify the identify the fields, areas identify the fields, areas of
of inquiry and methods fields, areas of inquiry of inquiry and methods inquiry and methods of
of Linguistics. and methods of Political of Psychology. Sociology.
Science.
Introducing the disciplines within the Social Sciences:
II. CONTENT 5. Linguistics
6. Political Science
7. Psychology
8. Demography
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
2. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
portal

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B. Other Learning Resources Jose, M. D. & Ong, J. (2016). Discipline and Ideas in the Social Sciences. Quezon City. Vibal Group, Inc.,
pp. 20-37.
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson Ask the learners: Ask the learners: Ask the learners: Review on their
or presenting the new 1. What are the different 1. What have we 1. Where do you think knowledge of the previous
lesson disciplines of social discussed yesterday? the word Psychology lesson (Psychology).
science that have been came from? Guide question:
discussed last week? (3 minutes) 1. In your own words, how
(3 minutes) will you define
(3 minutes) Psychology?
2 Is Psychology important
in our daily life? How?

(5 minutes)
B. Establishing a purpose for PINOY HENYO: In a sheet of paper, Teacher put meta cards
the lesson Group Activity
Teacher group learners learners will write their (with respective fields or
Group the learners into
into five (5); each will answers for the areas of discipline) in one
five (5).
have two representatives following: specific table; then ask
Each group will pick a
to guess a word 1. Give 3 descriptive learners randomly to pick
strip of paper with a
particularly political icon. words of: the meta cards and paste
statement written on it.
E.g. Pres. Duterte, a. LION it into the board where
Representative of each
Governor Umali, etc. b. EAGLE they categorized
group will read what is
c. OCEAN (Sociological or
written.
(10 minutes) Processing: Demographic)
The teacher will ask the
1. Answer to the first
following questions:
pertains to how the (5 minutes)
1. Do you understand
person sees
what is written on the
himself/herself
strips?
2. How others see
2. What do you think is
him/her.
the language used in the
3. Perspective in life
statement

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3. What do you think is (10 minutes)
the reason why we have
many languages?
4. Where does language
came from?

(10 minutes)
C. Presenting Guide Question: The teacher will deliver Group the learners into 2
examples/instances of the Group Activity:
Who are those a lesson that will tackle and with the aid of
new lesson WEB MAPPING
personalities? What is the goals and key Concept Pattern
Form a word map using
common among them? concepts of psychology Organizer, each group will
the word LIGUISTICS.
identify the similarities
From the words, they
(5 minutes) At the same time, and differences between
formed the definition of
learners will be Sociology and
Linguistics will then be
introduced to the Demography.
derived.
branches of Psychology.
(12 minutes)
(10 minutes)
D. Discussing new concepts Group Activity Group Activity Recitation: Presentation of the
and practicing new skills #1 Evolution of Language Directions: Each group 5 learners will be lesson: Teacher will
From the previous doing a role playing selected to answer the discuss the discipline and
groupings. The learners showing the political following questions: fields of the latter. Base
will be asked to: scenario of the 1. How are the goals of on the above activity.
1. Cite 5 Filipino words Philippines. Psychology related to
and determine their (See attached rubric for varying interests of
corresponding the evaluation). branches of Psychology
translations into Hippie, Processing of the activity,
jejemon, gay lingo, and Let the learners give their The teacher will ask for
text language. ideas and concepts volunteers after the 5
Ex. about the activity. selected learners. If
Nanay- Ermats there are no more
(Hippie), (10 minutes) volunteers, the teacher
nHanayhhzz(Jejemon)-

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mudra (Gay Lingo)- can proceed to the next
nnay (Text) activity.
2. Use the 5 Filipino
words into a sentence (15 minutes)
using the Hippie,
jejemon, gay lingo, text
language

The teacher will


introduce the different
fields of Linguistics
(Morphology-study of
language form, Syntax-
study of how words are
being formed into a
phrase, Phonology-study
of sounds of language)

(15 minutes)
E. Discussing new concepts Discuss the importance of
and practicing new skills #2 the two fields and the
main areas of inquiry and
methods.
F. Developing mastery (leads Class recitation in a Teacher will discuss the VIDEO CLIP: The learners will analyze
to Formative Assessment form of Board Work disciplines of the social Learners will be demographic data
3) The teacher will sciences (references: presented a video clip prepared by the teacher
randomly distribute 9 Political Science in the that exhibits the different and its effect on the
words/phrases to the Philippines; A history of a perspectives of people society.
class. The assigned discipline by: Remegio E. from all walks of life with
student will post it on the Agpalo regards to Psychology
board according to its
classification. (17 minutes) (10 minutes)

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(Morphology, Syntax,
and Phonology)
The class will check if
the given answers are
correct.

(5 minutes)
G. Finding practical Questions to be asked: The learners will choose Learners will write 2-3 From what they have
applications of concepts 1. How do you use any Government position sentences in their learned, learners will be
and skills in daily living language appropriately the wish to hold notebook about the asked to write an essay
in your daily someday. As a importance of studying on how they will apply
communication? Government official, what Psychology. these in their daily lives.
(5 minutes) would be your priority
project? (5 minutes)

(5 minutes)
H. Making generalizations and Recitation Recitation: Learners will give a brief In their own words,
abstractions about the The following questions What is Political Science but precise explanation learners will differentiate
lesson will be asked: all about? How does it on the quotation: Sociology from
1. What is Linguistics all influence our society? We know what we are Demography.
about? Political Science deals but not what we may
2. What are the three with the systems of the be. Ophelia in Hamlet
fields of Linguistics? government, and the
analysis of political (7 minutes)
(5 minutes) activities, political
thoughts and political
behaviors.

(5 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning Like or Unlike Five items quiz: True or Short Quiz
Teacher will read False The teacher will
statements to the class show pictures/ scenarios.
and learners will identify The learners will identify

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if the statements are whether the picture /
correct or not by raising scenarios concern
a thumbs-up and political science.
thumbs- down.
(5 minutes)
(5 minutes)
J. Additional activities for
application or remediation
V. REMARKS

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Grades 1 to School Grade Level
12 Teacher Learning Area DISS
DAILY
LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and Time Quarter

DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of the emergence of the Social Sciences and the different disciplines.

B. Performance
Standards
The learners shall be able to connect the disciplines with their historical and social foundations.

C. Learning Compare and contrast the various Social Science disciplines and their fields, main areas of inquiry, and methods.
Competencies/
Objectives The learners compare and contrast the various The learners race the historical foundation and social
Write the LC code for Social Science disciplines and their fields, main context that lead to the development of each discipline
each areas of inquiry, and methods (HUMSS_DISS11-IIIb- (HUMSS_DISS11-IIIb-d-4)
d-3)

II. CONTENT Historical context of the emergence of each discipline

III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
3. Teachers Guide
pages
2. Learners Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials
from Learning
Resource (LR) portal

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B. Other Learning 1. Jose, M. D. & Ong, J. (2016). Discipline and Ideas in the Social Sciences. Quezon City. Vibal Group, Inc., pp.
Resources 20-37.
2. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DSIdaTSG2Gg
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Ask the learners: COMPARE AND Matching type:
lesson or presenting 1. Enumerate the CONTRAST: On the column A are the
the new lesson different disciplines of Compare and contrast the social science disciplines
Social Science various social science (Anthropology,
disciplines and their fields, Economics, Geography,
(5minutes) main areas of inquiry, and and History). On the
methods using a Venn column B are the historical
diagram. There will be four (4) foundations of each
sets of Venn Diagram. The discipline (time, date,
class is divided into four (4) place, event, and people).
groups; each will be given The students will match
metacards containing each description to what
descriptions of various discipline it belongs.
disciplines. Each group will
work on their assigned
diagram. Finished work will
be posted on the board and
group representatives will
explain it. This activity will last
for 10mins.
B. Establishing a Think- Pair- Share Short Video presentation: The teacher play a
purpose for the Direction Teacher will present the short dialectical song (e.g
lesson 1. Student will look for a video entitled " An Animated Manang Biday) Student
partner. Introduction to Social will be asked 1. What is
2. They will be Science" message of the song? 2.
instructed to ask each (4:35 minutes) Where the song came
other about their from? 3. Who are the
Government officials in

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similarities and https://m.youtube.com/watch? that particular province? 4.
differences. v=DSIdaTSG2Gg Upon hearing the song,
3. The teacher will ask what do you think is the
volunteers to share way of life of the people
their output. leaving in that place?

(10 minutes)
C. Presenting Photo Analysis Categorizing: Word mapping: (e.g.
examples/instances The teacher will show a What are the different Waray - Linguistic,
of the new lesson photo of Identical disciplines shown on the Governor Umali- Political
Twins. (Richard and video? Picture analysis (old Science, Farming-
Raymond Gutierrez) and new ways). Example: Sociology/ demography.
Question to be asked: Barter system (old) and
1. Do you think the Banking system (new).
Gutierrez twins have The teacher will ask how
similarities and economics started.
differences?

The teacher will explain


that just like an Identical
Twins, the different
disciplines of social
science have
similarities despite their
differences.

(10 minutes)
D. Discussing new The class will be Presentation of the lesson: Open discussion of the
concepts and grouped into Eight (8). Teacher discusses the word mapping
practicing new skills Each group will be historical foundation and
#1 collaborating on a social context that led to the
specific discipline. (e.g. development of the latter
group 1 Anthropology. .

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.) and will be given discipline through power point
meta cards to write the presentation.
following definition and
branches.
(35 minutes)
E. Discussing new The teacher will post a The class will do their group The class will be divided
concepts and Compare and Contrast activity; Each group will show into five (5) groups; each
practicing new skills Template on the board for a free style creative group will fill-up an info
#2 students to accomplish. presentation (e.g. Rap, Song, sheet and will be asked to
Poem, Tableau, etc.) of each create a tabular task
Each group will discuss discipline that will show the sheet.
their output on the class. emergence of each discipline.

(20 minutes)
F. Developing mastery Each group will choose a Ask student randomly with the The info sheet will be
(leads to Formative representative to compare following questions: discussed in the group for
Assessment 3) and contrast their 1. Who is the father of 2 minutes and afterwards
assigned discipline to Anthropology? will pass to the next
other disciplines of social 2. Why was anthropology group. The activity will
science. developed? continue and end until all
3. What is the two main parts groups has discussed the
(20 minutes) of History of Geography? entire info sheet. Task
4. What is meant by history? sheet are expected to be
accomplished after ten
(10) minutes: Discussion:

The teacher will elicit


responses from student
based on the
accomplished task sheet.
(10 minutes)

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G. Finding practical Recitation: Think-Pair-Share: Reflection: Imagine Life
applications of Ask the learners: What are the anthropological, without language, leaders,
concepts and skills in 1. Among all the economic, geographical and laws, family.
daily living disciplines of Social historical activities at home?
Science, what do you 5mins.
think would be the most
useful discipline?

(10 minutes)
H. Making Sentence Completion: Teacher ask student
generalizations and The teacher will ask the class randomly with the
abstractions about to complete the sentence, following question: 1. Is
the lesson Anthropology/Economics/Geo linguistic is a science?
graphy/History started during Explain? Is Politics a
________________ in Science? Who first used
Ask the students:
____________ because the term politics? Who
1. What is the significance
___________. Example: created the term
of studying Social
Economics started even Psychology? How did
Science?
before the ancient time in psychology developed as
early civilizations because a science? Explain? What
(5 minutes)
during that time, people have sociology all about? Why
needs to be satisfied. They do we need study
started producing goods at demography? Explain?
the same time, exchange
goods with others.

I. Evaluating learning 10 item quiz Complete the table: Essay:


Accomplish the template. There will be 5 columns and 6 Student will be asked to
rows to be completed. do a three- sentence
(5 minutes) Columns: Criteria, essay expressing and
Anthropology, Economics, explaining how the
Geography, and History. development of each
Rows: Criteria, Etymological

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name, Time/Date, Place, discipline occur from the
People, and Event. perspective of history.

J. Additional activities
for application or
remediation
V. REMARKS

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON Teacher Learning Area DISS
LOG
Teaching Dates and Quarter
Time

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


I. OBJECTIVES

D. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of Key concepts and approaches in the Social Sciences

The learners shall be able to:


E. Performance
1. interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the Social Sciences.
Standards
2. Evaluate the strength and weaknesses of the approach.
F. Learning 1. Structural-Functionalism 1.1 Structuralism (the learners will interpret and evaluate structural functionalism as
Competencies/ dominant approach) HUMSS_DIS11 -IIIe-f-1
Objectives
Write the LC code The learners interpret personal The learners explain the The learners
for each and social experiences using social function/dysfunction, evaluate the
The learners define relevant approaches in the manifest and latent function strength and
Structural Functionalism Social Sciences weaknesses of
structural
functionalism.

II. CONTENT STRUCTURAL-FUNCTIONALISM

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


C. References
2. Teachers Guide
pages
2. Learners Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages

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4. Additional Materials
from Learning
Resource (LR)
portal
D. Other Learning Jose, M. D. and Ong, J. (2017) Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences, Vibal Group, Inc.,
Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
K. Reviewing previous The Teacher will ask the Teacher will ask the Following. The Teacher will ask the The teacher will
lesson or presenting students to give the different 1. Defined structural students write the manifest
the new lesson fields study under the social functionalism What was the lesson function and latent
sciences. 1. What keeps societies yesterday? function on the
(5 minutes) together? How was the lesson board and the
2. What other institutions can discussed? students will give
you consider as having (5 minutes) some examples of
particular function in the these two functions
society? and they will write
(5 minutes) their answer on the
board.
(5 minutes)
L. Establishing a The Teacher will write the Group Activity. The teacher will post The Teacher will
purpose for the word CONSENSUS on the Paper Tower jumbled letters on the board ask the students
lesson board and each student will Group the learners into 5. Give and some student will What are your
write with his/her own idea each group an equal number of arrange the jumbled letters Strengths and
about CONSENSUS. papers. Ask them to erect a to make it right. Weaknesses? And
(concept map) tower. The highest paper tower (JUMBLED LETTERS) the students will
is the winner of the game. 1. SOCIAL FUNCTION write their answer
2. SOCIAL DYSFUNCTION on the board.
Processing Questions: 3. MANIFEST FUNCTION (5 minutes)
CONSENSUS 1. How were you able to build 4. LATENT FUNCTION
the tower appropriately? 5. SOCIAL EQUILIBRIUM
2. How does the activity relate (10 minutes)
to structural functionalism?

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(Possible answer: The
(5 minutes) members have to cooperate in
order to achieve a common
goal.)
(10 minutes)

M. Presenting The class will be divided Group discussion. Group Activity.


examples/instances into 5 groups. Each group The students will be divided The class will be
of the new lesson will present role playing that in to four groups. A social divided in to five
shows the role or function of structure will be assign to groups and each
the following in society each group (family, social will share their idea
1. FAMILY hierarchy, politics and about the Strength
2. CHURCH sports) The group will and weaknesses of
3. SCHOOL discuss the manifest and structural
4. GOVERNMENT latent function of the functionalism using
5. MEDIA structured assigned to them. KWL approach
(20 minutes) After the discussion, the after the group
group leader will share what discussion they will
they have discussed within write their output or
the group. idea in manila paper
(20 minutes) or cartolina.

(10 minutes)
N. Discussing new Processing questions. (Brainstorming) Processing questions. Processing
concepts and 1. How does each institution The class will be asked to 2. What have you realized questions.
practicing new skills work in society according to share with their groups their from the activity? 1. What are the
#1 structural-functionalism personal experiences about the 3. Why are social structures strengths and
based on the activity? principles of structural and social functions weaknesses of a
2. How important are the functionalism on the assign important in structural functionalist theory
social functions of social institution. functionalism? of socialization?
structure to the stability of 1. FAMILY 4. How do you differentiate 2. What is the
society? 2. CHURCH social functions from social defining factors that
3. SCHOOL dysfunctions?

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4. GOVERNMENT 5. What are the differences separate strength &
5. MEDIA between manifest and latent weakness?
functions? 3. What are the
(5 minutes) strengths and
weaknesses of this
theory?
(5 minutes)

O. Discussing new One representative in each


concepts and group will give the GIST of their
practicing new skills discussion. After every
#2 presentation, the teacher will
give his/her input.
P. Developing mastery Video Analysis Group Activity Using the T-chart the Group Activity
(leads to Formative https://www.youtube.com/w The class will be divided into students will enumerate the The class will be
Assessment 3) atch?v=BKl6HSnlaIk five groups each group will social function/ dysfunction, divided in to five
present their personal manifest and latent function. groups each group
(7 minutes) experiences of structural (5 minutes) will present the
functionalism in the assign strength and
institution. weaknesses of
1. role playing structural
2. poster making functionalism.
3. Tableau 1. role playing
4. talk show 2. poster making
5. jingle 3. Tableau
(20 minutes) 4. talk show
5. jingle
(20 minutes)
Q. Finding practical Teacher will ask the Teacher will ask the Following Teacher will ask the Teacher will ask the
applications of Following questions. questions. Following questions. Following
concepts and skills 1. What GIST of the video? questions.
in daily living

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2. What specific scene How did structural How will you explain the 1. Do you
struck you the most? Why? functionalism help you interpret social function/dysfunction, concentrate on your
3. As a student and a some personal experiences? manifest and latent function? strengths or your
member of the society, how (2 minutes) (5 minutes) weaknesses? Why?
will you promote solidarity 2. What new
and stability? realizations do you
(5 minutes) have about the
topic?
3. What new
connections have
you made for
yourself?
(5 minutes)
R. Making The teacher will ask the Why is theres a need to The teacher will ask the The teacher will ask
generalizations and students. interpret personal experiences students to answer the the students to
abstractions about Why are the social using structural functionalism? following questions. answer the
the lesson structures and social (5 minutes) 1.Why do we need to following Question.
functions important in explain the social What are the
structural functionalism? function/dysfunction, strengths and
(4 Minutes) manifest and latent function weaknesses of the
2. How do you differentiate functionalist theory?
social functions from social (5 minutes)
dysfunctions?
3. What are the differences
between manifest and latent
functions?
(5 minutes)
S. Evaluating learning Define Structural Reflection Paper The teacher will ask the Using Venn
functionalism The learners will reflect on the students to explain the Diagram. The
(4 minutes) question below. following. students will give at
How important is structural 1. SOCIAL FUNCTION least 5 Strength and
functionalism in understanding 2. SOCIAL DYSFUNCTION 5 Weaknesses of
3. MANIFEST FUNCTION

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the different institutions in 4. LATENT FUNCTION structural-
society? 5. SOCIAL EQUILIBRIUM functionalism.
(5 minutes) (5 minutes)
T. Additional activities Research on the following:
for application or 1. SOCIAL FUNCTION
remediation 2. SOCIAL DYSFUNCTION
3. MANIFEST FUNCTION
4. LATENT FUNCTION
5. SOCIAL EQUILIBRIUM

Write/paste them down on your


journal.

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Grades 1 School Grade Level
to 12 Teacher Learning Area DISS
DAILY
LESSON Teaching Dates and Time Quarter
LOG

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


I. OBJECTIVES

G. Content Standards Key concepts and approaches in the Social Sciences

Interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the Social Science.
H. Performance Standards
Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the approaches

I. Learning Competencies/ Psychoanalysis


Objectives Analyze the psychodynamics of the persons personality in terms of Id, Ego, and Superego
Write the LC code for
each
Identify the three level of Interpret personal and
The learners present
awareness. The learners analyze the social experiences using
the Structure of
The learners recognize persons personality in terms Structures of personality
Personality through
the proponent of the of Id, Ego, and Superego. in relation with Defense
Social Experiment
Psychoanalysis. HUMSS_DIS11-IIIi-2 Mechanism.
HUMSS_DIS11-IIIi-4
HUMSS_DIS11-IIIi-1 HUMSS_DIS11-IIIi-3

II. CONTENT PSYCHOANALYSIS

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


E. References
3. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages

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4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
portal
F. Other Learning Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences by Carlos Pea Tatel, pages 44-46
Resources Compiled Lecture Notes in Theories of Personality by Benny S. Soliman, pages 10-12
http//www.Psychodynamic.20Approaches_simply.20Psychology.html

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Ask the students to give Short review on the past Ask the students to briefly Teacher will review
lesson or presenting the examples of symbolic- lesson. Ask the students: explain the Iceberg the rubrics to be
new lesson interactionism. 1. Who is the proponent Model. used in grading the
(3 minutes). of psychoanalysis? Guide question: presentation of
2. Define 1. What is the difference Social Experiment.
psychoanalysis? of the three structure of
(3 minutes) personality (Id, Ego, Video Presentation
and Superego)? of the learners
(3 minutes) Social Experiment.

B. Establishing a purpose Teaser Video: Titanic Situation Analysis Before moving further to
for the lesson A girl/boy went to the mall to the discussion, the
Teacher will ask question buy school shoes. Upon teacher will ask the
after the video presentation. entering the shoes section, a leaners:
1. What is the video all pair of ragged shoes caught
about? her/his attention. The girl/boy What do you usually do
2. What causes the titanic to was having a hard time to whenever you are upset
sunk? choose between school in a particular situation?
3. Why titanic was collided shoes or ragged shoes.
to the iceberg? (5 minutes) Example:
(7 minutes) You are not allowed by
http://www.youtube.com/wat your parents to attend
ch?v=7=Ff5CS27-Y a party?

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How about your
classmates do not
allow you to copy their
answer?
(5 minutes)
C. Presenting Group Activity: Map Questioning: From the responses of
examples/instances of Construction: Guide Question: the students, teachers
the new lesson Learners will be group 1. What was the situation all will inject that those has
into five. the about? specific terms called
Learners will divide and 2. If you are in the same Defense Mechanism.
plot the three level of situation, what will you
awareness using the choose? Teacher will discuss
picture of Iceberg. some of the Defense
Instruct the learners to Mechanism.
discuss among their a. Projection
group mates regarding b. Displacement
the division of the c. Reaction
iceberg. Formation
Learners will present their d. Sublimation
output in the class. (5 minutes)
(10 minutes)
D. Discussing new Teacher will show pictures Group the students according Teacher will ask the
concepts and practicing that illustrate the three parts to their shoes preference. learners:
new skills #1 of the mind. A. Group School Shoes From our discussion what
B. Group Ragged Shoes do you think is the
From the given pictures, connection of structure of
leaners will be asked to say Guide Question: personality to Defense
MINE if it represents them 1. Why did you choose Mechanism?
otherwise say NOT. school shoes? Ragged (3 minutes)
shoes?
Pictures will be group
according to the three level
of awareness.

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(Responses will be written on
Students with the same the board) analyze the
answers will be grouped answers per group.
together and explain the
level of awareness where Discuss the Psychoanalysis
they belong. by Sigmund Freud particularly
(10 minutes) the Id,
Ego, and Superego. (20
minutes)
E. Discussing new
concepts and practicing
new skills #2
F. Developing mastery Teacher will inject and Group Activity: Picture Group Activity:
(leads to Formative further discuss the concept Analysis Group the student into
Assessment 3) of the three level of 1. Group the students into five groups.
awareness as part of the three (3) groups. Ask them to cite one
psychoanalysis. 2. Each group will be (1) situation happened
assigned to classify the in their life wherein
Discuss brief background of different pictures according they used defense
the proponent of to Id, Ego, and Superego. mechanism.
Psychoanalysis. 3. Students will justify their Let the groups identify
(5 minutes) answers. the Id, ego, and
4. Rubric Attached superego in that
situation given by the
students.
(9 minutes)
G. Finding practical Are there any instances Give certain situations
applications of concepts that you have experience wherein Id, Ego, and
and skills in daily living either one of these three Superego are evident?
levels of awareness?
In what particular situation
did you experience these
levels of awareness?

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(5 minutes)

H. Making generalizations Guide Question: 3. What are the three (3) (Learners will be given
and abstractions about 1. Who is the proponent of structure of personality? five (5) minutes review for
the lesson Psychoanalysis? the summative test).
2. What are the three level of
ID- is concerned only with
awareness? Briefly
satisfying personal desires.
explain. The actions taken by the id
are based on the Pleasure
Sigmund Freud (1856- principle.
1939)- Jewish background,
though avowed atheist. EGO- the primary job of the
Lived in Vienna until Nazi ego is to mediate/ balanced
occupation in 1938. He had the demands of the Id and the
a medical background outer forces of reality.
wanted to do
neurophysiologic research. SUPEREGO- the moral arm
He had a private practice in of the personality, it
nervous and brain disorders. corresponds to ones
He is the founding father of conscience.
psychoanalysis.

Psychoanalytic theory is a
framework for understanding
the impact of the
unconscious on thoughts,
feelings, and behavior.

Conscious- contains those


thoughts of which you are
currently aware.

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Preconscious- stores all
the thoughts of which you
could bring into
consciousness fairly easily if
you wanted to; thoughts that
can be easily recall without
special techniques.

Unconscious- the material


that we have no immediate
access to, and we cannot
bring into consciousness
except under certain
extreme situations.
(10 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning Individual Activity: Group Activity: Role Playing 40 items summative Individual Activity:
Construct/ draw your own Group the learners into test Write a reflection
representation of the level of three (3) groups. Pointers: about the Social
awareness creatively. The group will pick what 10 items structural experiment
Briefly explain on your own particular structure of functionalism presented by your
words. personality they will 10 items Marxism group.
(10 minutes) perform/ present. (Id, Ego, 10 items symbolic
Superego). interactionism
Rubrics will be provided to 10 items psychoanalysis
evaluate performance. (30 minutes)
J. Additional activities for Create five groups and Remind the class about
application or prepare a social experiment the presentation of the
remediation showing the three structures Social Experiment for the
of personality. next day.

(e.g. Intentional dropping of


wallet in the public to

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GRA DES School Grade Level
1 to12DAILY Teacher Learning Area DISS
LESSONLOG Teaching Dates and Sem/Quarter
Time
dsd

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


I. OBJECTIVES

J. Content Standards The learners demonstrate key concepts and approaches in the social sciences.

The learner shall be able to:


K. Performance Standards
1. Interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the social sciences.
2. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the approach.
L. Learning Competencies/ The learners to
Objectives The learners to determine determine manifest
Write the LC code for The learners to determine The learners to determine
manifest and latent and latent functions
each manifest and latent manifest and latent functions
functions and and dysfunctions of
functions and dysfunctions and dysfunctions of socio
dysfunctions of socio- socio cultural
of socio-cultural phenomena cultural phenomena
cultural phenomena phenomena
(HUMSS_DIS11-IIIe-f-1) (HUMSS_DIS11-IIIe-f-1)
(HUMSS_DIS11-IIIe-f-1) (HUMSS_DIS11-IIIe-
f-1)

II. CONTENT STRUCTURAL FUNCTIONALISM

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


G. References Curriculum Guide in DISS Curriculum Guide DISS page Curriculum Guide in DISS Curriculum Guide in
page 1 1 page 1 DISS page 1
4. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
portal

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H. Other Learning Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences by Arleigh Ross
Resources D. dela Cruz, et.al. page 63, https://www.reference.com/world-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jvpu_DFOEs) view/functionalist-theory-1f5dfda945fd3cd1
www.philstar.com
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous The teacher will review the The teacher will review Manifest Functions- the Asks volunteer
lesson or presenting the class regarding strengths about manifest function in beneficial consequences student to give a
new lesson and weaknesses of structural functionalism. of peoples actions recap of the
structural functionalism Students will be asked to Latent Dysfunctions- the previous lesson
through showing emotions read what they have written consequences that harm about Manifest
If it is strength the on their journal. a society Dysfunction.
students will smile if it is
weakness the students will (5 minutes)
show sad face.
(5 min)

(5 minutes)
B. Establishing a purpose The teacher will ask The teacher will show Video presentation of the Concept Mapping:
for the lesson questions: current news regarding important functions of the The students will be
unemployment and major organs to a human asked or cite
Who among you want to underemployment. body and possible examples of Latent
finish a college education? (www.philstar.com) consequences if it dysfunctions from the
malfunctions following institutions
What are the reasons why The teacher will ask a
we want to finish our question Heart Family
college degree someday? Why does the country Brain School
experiencing increase in Liver Government
The teacher will show number of unemployed Kidney Church/Religion
through power point and underemployed? Lungs Mass Media
presentation the objective
of the lesson regarding

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manifest function in The teacher will write Processing Questions:
structural functionalism through the use of 1. what is the function of
blackboard and chalk the the heart? Worse thing
(5 min) objective of the lesson that will happen if the
regarding latent function in heart malfunctions?
structural functionalism
Brain, Liver, Kidney and
(5min) Lungs

2. what are the


parts/institutions which
builds society?
3. what do you think they
are likened to human
organs?
4. can we relate this
video to Philippine
society?
C. Presenting Then, the teacher will show The teacher will present a MD are anticipated, LD are unintended
examples/instances of pictures to analyzed: video clip regarding latent intended disruptions of and unanticipated
the new lesson (College student reading function in structural social life. disruptions of order
books, Typical classroom functionalism Manifests Dysfunctions of and stability.
setting) (https://www.youtube.com/w cell phone relates to Dysfunctions within a
1. How do you see the atch?v=2jvpu_DFOEs) drivers who become social system,
first picture and the distracted particularly latent
second picture Guided Questions: dysfunctions with
presented? 1. What are the things that e.g. (fiesta), disruptions of their unforeseen
2. Do you see any social the video presented? transportation and negative
pattern/action that excessive production of consequences, place
manifested in the 2. What is your common garbage. pressure on the
picture? understanding regarding system to change.
e.g. If a student is latent function in structural 2. Latent dysfunction
reading a book he/she functionalism? it can be used to

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may acquire (5 min) report on and
knowledge. document events as
(5 minutes) they happen. This
capability allows
people to disrupt the
existing order by
bypassing the news
media, government
censors, and others
who try to control or
suppress the flow of
information.
e.g. (fiesta)they
would be
represented by
people missing work
due to the traffic jam.
D. Discussing new Picture Analysis
concepts and practicing With the given pictures, Any intended disruptions Short activity:
new skills #1 the teacher will discuss Using the guided questions of the harmony of social Photo Analysis of
the manifest function in the teacher will guide the order can be considered Latent Dysfunction
structural functionalism as students on the discussion social dysfunctions. students will identify
stated by Robert Merton phase on the latent function from what group
The recognized and in structural functionalism as Can you cite specific these LD belong
intended consequences of cited by Robert Merton The examples of manifest from the given
an social pattern. unrecognized and dysfunctions? Institutions. They will
unintended consequences choose leader of
There will be a direct of all social pattern and cite their group to present
discussion regarding the examples regarding the their work.
concept. matter and ask the following
(10min) questions. (by using power Rubric will be posted
point presentation and direct or written on the
method) blackboard

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(10 min)
Family
School
Government
Church/Religion
Mass Media

E. Discussing new BRAIN STORMING Group Activity:


concepts and practicing The class is divided into The students will be
new skills #2 four (4). The class is grouped and will task to
asked to do a small identify three latent function
classroom discussion on (unrecognized and
how manifest function unintended consequences)
affect us. functions in the supreme
(10min) student government.
1. Campaigning for a
position in the SSG
2. Plan for Social Gathering
for Students
3. Assisting teachers during
school program/celebration
(10 min)
After writing the given task
one group member will
explain their answer. (10
min)
F. Developing mastery Each group will share their
(leads to Formative insights based on the Teacher will clarify all Role playing; group Activity: Group
Assessment 3) small group discussion. misconception of the students into 5. leader will Dynamics
The Teacher will give students regarding latent pick one among the given The learners will be
emphasis toward function. topic. they will show how group according to
structural functionalism Every student will list down manifest dysfunctions the given Institutions.
(10min) latent functions they heard happen in different After which they will

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from the group activity, then Institutions. They can think of any values
5 students will present it to think of their own this Institutions
class. (10 min) situations. contribute to the
e.g. society.
Family: Divorce
School: Teacher soliciting Process Questions;
money from a failing 1. what do you think
student will happen if this
Government: Graft and particular value is not
Corruption met in the society we
Church/Religion: sex live in?
scandal of a priest 2. what are the
Mass Media: possible
consequences?

G. Finding practical The teacher will ask three In what way does l latent Ask some students The learners will be
applications of concepts students: Does manifest function in structural how manifest tasked to write 100
and skills in daily living function in structural functionalism affect our live dysfunction happen in words essay. It
functionalism affect your (5 minutes) the society or should be a first-
life as students? Why? community they hand experience of
(5 minutes) belong. latent dysfunction
and how it affects
their respective
community.
H. Making generalizations Ask three or four students Ask three or four
and abstractions about to make a generalization students to make a
the lesson The teacher will select The teacher will select of the said topic: Manifest generalization of the
students to generalize the three students generalize Dysfunction said topic: Latent
topic regarding function in the discussion: Guide Questions; Dysfunction
structural functionalism as Guide Questions;
stated by Robert Merton What is latent function in What is manifest
structural functionalism? dysfunction? What is latent
(5min) dysfunction?

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Expected answer:
______________________ Expected answer:
______________________ Deviant behaviors
______________________ committed within the Deviant behaviors in
(5 min) community that are the society which has
intentional unintended effect
I. Evaluating learning Formative Assessment: Formative Assessment: In not more than 3 Answer the question
(with prepared rubric) Explain the following sentences answer the on a one-half sheet
Write a one paragraph questions given query. of paper.
learning regarding 1. Can latent function bring
manifest function in people together of similar What is the most What is the most
social-structuralism. background? beneficial lesson of beneficial lesson of
(5 min) 2. Does the effect of latent manifest dysfunction vis- latent dysfunction
function do necessarily -vis understanding vis--vis
good and not necessarily social equilibrium? understanding social
good for everyone? (5 min) equilibrium?
(Rubric)
15-Explain the two question Or
comprehensively Manifest Dysfunction is Or
10-Explain the two question beneficial in balancing Latent Dysfunction is
with correction social order beneficial in
5-Explain one question only because_____________ balancing social
____________. order
because__________
_______________.

J. Additional activities for Find a research paper


application or through Google scholar on Journal Writing:
remediation latent function in social
Give your personal
structuralism.
experiences regarding the
topic that has been
Write it on your learning
discussed.
journal.

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Learning Area DISS
Teaching Dates and Time Quarter

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts and approaches in the Social
Sciences.
The learner interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the Social
B. Performance Standards
Sciences
The learner shall be able to evealuate the strenghts and weaknesses of the approach

C. Learning Competencies/Objectives The learners analyze the social inequalities in terms of class conflict
Write the LC code for each HUMSS_DIS11-IIIg-2
Strength and
Marxism as an
Conflict Perspective Karl Marx weaknesses of
Approach
Marxism

II. CONTENT

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


a. References
5. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
b. Other Learning Resources Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences by Tatel Jr, Carlos Pea

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting Differentiate consensus Differentiate manifest Give the details about Explain Marxism as
the new lesson and conflict theories (2 from latent functions. the life of Karl Marx one of the dominant
minutes) (2 minutes)
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approach in Social
Science

B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson The teacher will show Song Analysis: Picture Perfect: Song: Upuan by
the class a real object TATSULOK by The class will be Gloc 9
(e.g. bananas) Bamboo divided into 3. A 1. The tile of the
Expected scenario: the particular information song
class will a Group the class into and question about symbolizes
(3 minutes) two groups. Assign Karl Marx will be read what?
one facilitator and two by the teacher. Group
reporters who will who got the correct
discuss the message answer in the least time
of the song. (10 gets the point.
minutes)
C. Presenting examples/instances of the new 1.How would you Do you have a Marxism Marxism: Strength
lesson describe the situation? personal experience (PowerPoint and Weaknesses
2.Why do you think this that is similar to the Presentation) (PowerPoint
scenario occurred? message of the song (10 minutes) Presentation)
3. What did you realize that we have (10 minutes)
after doing the activity? analyzed? How did
4. Can you give other you cope up with the
situations/circumstances experience that you
similar to this? encountered? Why do
(5 minutes) you think that
situation happened to
you? Do you think
other members of our
society experienced
the same situation?
(10 minutes)
D. Discussing new concepts and practicing Conflict perspective Class Discussion about Class Discussion
new skills #1 Envisions society as an Class Discussion Marxism about the strength
arena of inequality that about the life of Karl and weaknesses of
generates conflict and Marx Marxism
change.

(8 minutes)
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E. Discussing new concepts and practicing Class Discussion
new skills #2 (5 minutes)

F. Developing mastery (leads to Formative Picture Analysis: Show (5 minutes) Ask the Debate: Group the A T-Chart or a Venn
Assessment 3) an editorial cartooning learners the following class into 2. Diagram is presented
about social questions: Resolved: Should the in the class. Each
inequalities. 1. What are the Philippine government group will provide the
How can our personal details of Karl increase the daily strength and
and social experiences Marx life that led minimum wage in the weaknesses of
about social inequality him to formulate country? Marxism
help us understand his theory? (Rubrics is provided)
others and our society 2. Was there a social
as a whole? (3 minutes) phenomenon that
happened during
Karl Marx lifetime
that motivated him
to formulate his
theory?
G. Finding practical applications of concepts What do you think are How can our personal Is Marxism still relevant Why do you think the
and skills in daily living the reasons why social and social in todays world? importance of
inequalities exist in the experiences about Support your answer. assessing Marxism in
society? (3 minutes) social inequality help terms of its Strength
us understand others and Weaknesses?
and our society as a
whole? (3 minutes)
H. Making generalizations and abstractions How can you relate What do you think are Why did Marxism exist What are the positive
about the lesson conflict theory to Karl the reasons why as one of the dominant points of Marxism?
Marx? (3 minutes) social inequalities approaches in Social What are the
exist in the society? Science? negative points of
(5 minutes) Marxism?

I. Evaluating learning Write a one-paragraph Reflection paper: Poster Making: Advocacy Campaign.
essay about the How our society Group the class into 5. Each group will
problems that may influence or affect an Each group will make a present an advocacy
result from the existence individuals principle? poster with the theme campaign supporting
of social inequalities. (10 minutes) Marxism in todays or antagonizing the
(14 minutes) society usefulness of
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Marxism in the
Philippine society
J. Additional activities for application or Read about Karl Marx Research about
remediation Psychoanalysis

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Learning Area DISS
Teaching Dates and Time Quarter

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards
The learners demonstrate an understanding of key concepts and approaches in the social
sciences.
The learner shall be able to:
B. Performance Standards 1. interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the Social Sciences,
and
2. evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the approach
Symbolic Interactionism- The learners appraise the meanings that people attach to everyday
forms of interaction in order to explain social behavior. HUMSS_DIS11-IIIh-3.
The learners interpret
The learners explain
personal and social
approaches and
C. Learning Competencies/Objectives The learners interpret experiences using
Write the LC code for each
understanding of
The learners define scenario/everyday Symbolic
Symbolic
symbolic interactionism. forms of interactions as Interactionism; and
Interactionism of
a symbolic meaning. evaluate the
various sociologists
strengths and
and advocates.
weaknesses.

II. CONTENT

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


c. References
6. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
d. Other Learning Resources Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences curriculum guide and various websites.

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IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting Photo Analysis on The class reviews The teacher Say/Ask:
the new lesson Marxism. the concept of presents the Yesterday, we
At least three images symbolic pictures of various interpreted different
(e.g. Caste System, interactionism by sociologists and scenarios/everyday
Social Inequality, etc.) saying a word that proponents of forms of
will be shown to be describes or Symbolic interactions in
depicted and characterizes it as Interactionism. The which symbolic
explained by the an approach in learners interactionism
learners. understanding categorically identify approach is used.
The learners answer society. At least five them and shortly What are possible
the following guide (5) learners will be explain their symbols that affect
questions: called as the contributions. human actions?
1. What is the picture teacher asks why
shown? and expounds (5 minutes) (5 minutes)
2. What does the learners answer.
picture depict?
(5 minutes)
(5 minutes)
B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson A video presentation The learners will be Social Experiment. The teacher now
on peoples grouped into two Learners will be conducts draw lots
perspectives on life (2) and play a grouped into five (5) whose group or who
symbols will be charade game. The and go out of the performs first.
presented via LCD first to acquire the room to take pictures
projector. higher score shall at least five (5) of any Painting,
1. How do you feel be the winning day-to-day school photography,
about the team. scenarios/everyday collage, and
presentation? The teacher throws forms of interactions, diorama require
2. What is the video these questions: individually. They defense/explanatio
all about? 1. Did everyone may use cellphone n as part of the
3. What do you think enjoy the camera to capture criteria.
the video tries to game? Why? each scenario they
imply? 2. In which part of will select five (5) Each group shall be
Suggested the game you among the collected given five minutes
video:(http://www.you felt most and captured each to
excited? images. perform/explain
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tube.com/watch?v=Ql 3. What were your their performance
0XPwtfFGY) difficulties with With the learners are or output after the
the game? their journal for write allotted 20 minutes
(10 minutes) 4. What made ups and reflective time practice.
them difficult? entries as well as the
details of the conduct (5 minutes)
The following will be of the social
the content of experiment.
charade game
(Philippine heroes): (15 minutes)
a. Apolinario
Mabini;
b. Gabriela
Silang;
c. Melchora
Aquino;
d. Gregorio Del
Pilar;
e. Antonio Luna.
(10 minutes)
C. Presenting examples/instances of the new Series of images of The teacher asks Practice and
lesson different the learners to bring conduct of output
symbols/icon/things/e out the assigned and performance.
vents will be shown task yesterday. The
before the learners teacher randomly *Note that each has
(e.g. poison symbol, asks the learners been given enough
diamonds, corporate these questions: time to practice and
attire, black board). 1. Who among the make necessary
The following guide proponents of preparation prior
questions will be symbolic this day.
answered: interactionism is
1. What images did easier to (20 minutes)
you see? research on?
2. What were your Why?
observations on 2. Who among
the pictures? them has the
3. Do these most recent
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things/images/icon perspective on
s give meanings in this approach?
our life? 3. Cite some of
4. What do you think their personal
will be the lesson information or
for this day? (The biography?
teacher reveals the
lesson) (5 minutes)

(10 minutes)
D. Discussing new concepts and practicing Brainstorming and The learners (by
new skills #1 Graphic Organizer. grouped) randomly
The learners will be share their learning
grouped into five (5). experience outside
Each group shall be the class among their
assigned one group for 5 minutes
symbolic answering these
interactionist. They guide questions:
will be given ten (10) 1. What went well
minutes to make a and not?
graphic organizer on 2. What is your
Symbolic symbolic
Interactionism of the interpretation of
assigned proponent the scenario?
to the group. 3. How was
symbolic
They will be given interactionism
cartolina/manila portrayed?
paper and art 4. Vote for the first 5
materials in images to be
presenting their presented
work. One or two
representatives will (15 minutes)
explain their output
shortly.

(20 minutes)
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E. Discussing new concepts and practicing
new skills #2

F. Developing mastery (leads to Formative The teacher collects The teacher throws Presentation of
Assessment 3) inputs from the the following output.
learners using meta- questions: One or two members
cards and marker. How can these of the group will
Learners right down perspectives on share their work
their ideas in one Symbolic randomly.
phrase about the Interactionism be
activities and post it applied in daily The following are the
on the board. (The living in the aspect guide questions:
teacher uses a tarp- of: 1. Why did you
designed graphic a. Culture; come up with
organizer [semantic b. Social Classes; these images?
web], if applicable). c. Societal Aspect; 2. How do you
d. Political Aspect. consider these
The teacher then scenarios/ever
asks the learners: (10 minutes) yday forms of
1. Based from the interactions as
graphic organizer, portrayal of
how will you symbolic
define symbolic interactionism?
interactionism? 3. What symbols
triggered you in
(15 minutes) interpreting the
scenario?

(15 minutes)
G. Finding practical applications of concepts Does symbolic
and skills in daily living interactionism affect
our daily life? Why?

(5 minutes)
H. Making generalizations and abstractions The teacher calls a The teacher asks The teacher throws
about the lesson volunteer learner to the learners to this question:
recap their learning generalize all the
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by answering these salient points How can we
questions: (particularly the interpret symbols in
1. Did you enjoy the common concern) day-to-day
activities? of various interactions in our
2. What is the most sociologists and society?
significant proponents of
learning in todays symbolic (at least three (3)
activity? interactionism. students shall
3. Given the inputs answer the following
from everyone, - George Robert questions)
what Mead- People
considerations cope with the *Symbols are
were considered reality of things interpreted based on
in defining according to the primary
symbolic their experience of an
interactionism? comprehension individual. It can be
of the situation. changed through
- experience in subsequent
given situations. experiences. These
vary from an
(5 minutes) individuals
perception on these
symbols.

(5 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning Formative Formative Formative Performance Task.
Assessment. assessment assessment. The teacher
Define symbolic Pera o Bayong The teacher presents assesses learners
interactionism in your Concept: his own scenario in performance and
journal. A=Mead the society which the output utilizing
B= Blumer students identify how rubrics.
(5 minutes) C= Cooley symbolic
D=Goffman interactionism
E= Hochschild approach is used.
The teacher throws
a statement as the (5 minutes)
student chooses
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who among the
sociologists
described symbolic
interactionism.

J. Additional activities for application or Research on the The teacher presents Log all your
remediation following (with images): and introduce learners records/photos/experi
1. Symbolic grouped performance ences in your journal
interactionism tasks stipulated in the and portfolio
sociologist: curriculum guide. The answering this guide
a. Robert Mead; learners will choose questions:
b. Herbert among the following: 1. Did you enjoy
Blumer; a. Dramatization/rol your
c. Charles e play/simulation; performance?
Cooley; b. Music Video; Why?
d. Erving c. Painting/Photogra 2. Did you properly
Goffman; phy; interpret personal
e. Arlie Russell d. Collage; and social
Hochschild. e. Diorama; experiences
Write/paste them down f. Radio Drama; using Symbolic
on your journal. g. Short Story; Interactionism?
(Note: Bring materials How?
necessary in carrying 3. What are the
out the performance possible
chosen. Learners will strengths,
also make their own weaknesses,
rubrics for grading opportunities,
subject to teachers and threats of
ratification. In the symbolic
absence of one, the interactionism?
teacher uses his own (relate to the
rubrics). second
performance task
below)

The learners will


make a SW analysis
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of symbolic
interactionism to be
accomplished in an
A4-sized bond
paper. Rubrics will
be explained and
given. Make various
recommendations.
(The teacher may
consider discuss
how SW is done.)

K. Additional activities for application or Performance task Failure to


remediation may be introduced a perform/explain due
week before to time constraints
depending on shall be done and
teachers standards. finished during on
Learners have the Day 1 next week.
freedom to take their Execution of
performance performance will be
individually. 30 minutes.

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON Teacher Learning Area DISS
LOG Teaching Dates and Quarter
Time

DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of key concepts and approaches in the Social Sciences

The learners shall be able to:


B. Performance Standards
1. Interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the Social Sciences; and
2. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the approach
C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives The learners predict the social consequences of decision making based on scarcity
Write the LC code for each (HUMSS_DIS11-IVa-6)
a. Learners identify c. Learners explain key e. Strengths and f. Learners
Rational Choice as concepts in Rational weaknesses of present their
one of the Choice Theory the Rational interpretation of
approaches under the d. Learners cite Choice Theory personal and
positivist paradigm Rational Choice social
b. Learners cite the Theory thinkers and experiences
historical context of their contributions using the
Rational Choice rational choice
Theory theory
RATIONAL CHOICE
II. CONTENT

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resource (LR) portal

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B. Other Learning Resources 1) Jose, M. D. and Ong, J. (2017) Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences, Vibal Group, Inc., pp. 71
74
2) Dela Cruz, Arleigh Ross D., PhD., et.al.,Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences, Phoenix
Publishing House, Inc., pp. 55 60
3) http://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/rational-choice-theory.asp
4) http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~scottj/socscot7.htm
5) Voss, T., Abraham, M., & Sales, A. (2000). Rational Choice Theory in Sociology: A Survey. In S. R.
Quah (Ed.), The International Handbook of Sociology (pp. 50-83). London, UK: Sage
6) Green, S. L. (2002). Rational Choice Theory: An Overview, A lecture on Rational Choice Theory,
Personal Collection of Green, S. L., Department of Economics, Baylor University, Waco, TX
7) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0hk_5Plv5U
8) https://www.britannica.com/topic/positivism

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Ask learners: What is the Ask learners: What is Recall previous Written Work: 10-item
presenting the new lesson difference among Id, Ego Rational Choice Theory? sessions lesson through quiz (multiple choice)
and Superego? (2 minutes) matching type. (5 items) covering the topic on
(2 minutes) (2 minutes) Rational Choice
Theory
(5 minutes)
B. Establishing a purpose for the Ask: Activity: Loop-A-Word Activity: FACT or BLUFF
lesson 1.Why did you take the where some of the key which would dwell on
track you are enrolled in? concepts can be found. facts pertaining to social
2.What are your desired Write the formed words sciences in general. (3
goal or outcome, on the board for later to 4 facts)
alternatives and discussion. (3 minutes)
strategies? (8 minutes)
(5 minutes)
C. Presenting examples/instances of Have the students read a Video presentation on Picture analyses of
the new lesson scenario and answer the any key concept in situations/instances
questions that follow Rational Choice Theory where strengths and Learners regroup to
using the worksheet which includes utility weaknesses of the prepare for their
(Under Pressure) maximization, structure Rational Choice Theory presentation.
provided. of preferences, decision- will be depicted. (20 minutes)
making under conditions (2 minutes)
of uncertainty, and the
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Note: Scenario and centrality of individuals
Worksheet on a separate in the explanation of
sheet attached hereto. collective outcomes.
(7 minutes) (5 minutes)

D. Discussing new concepts and Ask students to share Let students answer the As processing
practicing new skills #1 their output. Ask the following processing questions, ask the
following questions: questions: students:
1. Did you make the 1. What did the 1. What did the
same choice or video tell you? video/picture tell
decision? Why or 2. What do you think you?
why not? prompted the 2. What do you think
2. How was the (subject) to do as prompted the
whole experience he/she did? (subject) to do as
of assessing your 3. Finding yourself he/she did?
options? Was it in that 3. Finding yourself
difficult? Was it situation/instance, in that
easy? would you do the situation/instance,
3. Would you say same? Why or would you do the
that you applied why not? same? Why or
rationality when (5 minutes) why not?
making that final (5 minutes)
choice or
decision?
(3 minutes)
E. Discussing new concepts and
practicing new skills #2

F. Developing mastery (leads to Discuss using LCD and Have learners utilize the Cite the strengths and
Formative Assessment 3) projector: K-W-L to arouse their weaknesses of the
1) Positivist interest on the topic but Rational Choice Theory
Paradigm only up to the K and W, through a Venn diagram.
2) Rational with the L to be
Choice as one of the completed during the Strengths:
approaches under the evaluation. Weaknesses:
Positivist Paradigm Generality
Heretics critique
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3) The historical From the entries given Parsimony
context of the Rational by the students, add the Sociologists critique
Choice Theory key concepts and the Predictive
(25 minutes) thinkers with their Psychologists critique
contributions to the W
column. Political Sciences
(25 minutes) critique
(25 minutes)
(Key concepts were
enumerated above and
thinkers include Gary
Becker and George
Homans.)
G. Finding practical applications of Ask: Aside from your Have learners answer Ask learners: How does
concepts and skills in daily living choice of which track to the question individually the statement it is not
enroll in, cite an instance and orally: from the benevolence of
in your daily life wherein Why do you help the butcher, the brewer,
you applied rationality in someone in need? or the baker, that we
making a final choice or (Expected answers: expect our dinner, but
decision. Elaborate your because of empathy, from their regard to their
answer by giving not only conscience dictates it, own interest explain Time for the learners
your choice and the he/she is a loved one or rational choice? to present their
option/s available but a relative, and *he/she (3 minutes) interpretations of their
also the reason for your was rewarded for personal and social
choice. Do this on your helping someone in the experiences using the
journals. past) rational choice theory
(4 minutes) (3 minutes) approach.
(24 minutes - 8
(Expected answers: go *Homans Exchange groups @ 3 minutes
straight home after class Theory each)
vs. playing
basketball/skateboarding,
doing household chores
vs. doing the homework,
attending church on
Sunday vs. visiting
relatives)
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Allow learners to share
their answers with the
class before collecting
their notebooks for
recording.
(4 minutes)
H. Making generalizations and Ask learners to answer Guide learners in Ask learners to
abstractions about the lesson orally: answering the following enumerate the strengths
(1) What is rational questions: and weaknesses of the
choice theory? 1. What are the key Rational Choice Theory.
Rational choice refers concepts in
to the idea that social Rational Choice Strengths of the Rational
interaction can be Theory? Choice Theory include:
considered as social 2. Give the major generality, parsimony
exchange, which is contributors and and predictive.
patterned on economic their contributions
action that people are to the rational Whereas, weaknesses
motivated by the rewards choice theory. consist of the critiques
After each
and costs of actions and forwarded by the
presentation, ask the
by the profits that they Key concepts in Rational heretics, sociologists,
group: How does
can make at the lowest Choice Theory include: psychologists, and
rational choice theory
possible costs. (1) utility maximization; political scientists.
explain human
(2) structure of (2 minutes)
behavior?
or preferences; (3)
(4 minutes)
decision-making under
How do people make conditions of
decisions according to uncertainty; and
rational choice? (4) centrality of
According to rational individuals in the
choice, people make explanation of collective
decisions according to outcomes.
what would give them the
greatest satisfaction at Gary Becker
the lowest costs possible. investigated human
behavior and
interactions such as
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(2) What gave rise to discrimination, crime
Rational Choice Theory and punishment, human
as a dominant approach capital, families, and
in explaining human organ market.
behavior?
The beginnings of George Homans
rational choice can be espoused the Exchange
traced back to the age of Theory.
reason. (5 minutes)
(3 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning A five-item quiz on the Guided by the teacher, Ask students to draw a Use rubric to evaluate
meaning and historical the students write in the concept map of Rational each presentation.
context of Rational L column of the K-W-L Choice Theory: Criteria for the rubric
Choice Theory. chart. Entries should meaning, concepts, should have been
(7 minutes) include, but not limited description of concepts explained and
to, the key concepts and (10 minutes) discussed at the start
thinkers. of the session. (7
(7 minutes) minutes)
J. Additional activities for application Students are grouped
or remediation according to their
intended mode of
presentation (multiple
intelligences) for their
performance task which
would show their
interpretation of
personal and social
experiences using the
Rational Choice Theory.
(8 minutes)

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON Teacher Learning Area
LOG Teaching Dates and Quarter
Time

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday


I. OBJECTIVES
The learners demonstrate an understanding of key concepts and approaches in the social Sciences
A. Content Standards

The learners shall be able to:


B. Performance Standards
Interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the Social Sciences.
Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the approaches.
C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives Institutionalism: examine the constitutive nature of informal and formal institutions and their actors and
Write the LC code for each how it constrains social behavior
(HUMSS_DISS11-IVb-7)
Institutionalism: *Informal & formal Strength & Weaknesses Performance Task
II. CONTENT Definition & Historical Institutionalism
context * Thinkers & *written work
Contributors
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
2. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources Jose, M. D. and Ong, J. (2017) Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences, Vibal Group, Inc., (pp.202-
206; 102-105)
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or the teacher will ask the the teacher will ask the Recapitulation of the Ask: Can you give
presenting the new lesson following questions: following questions: yesterdays lesson. some strengths and
* What is Rational * What is Ask: What is the weaknesses of
Choice? institutionalism? difference between institutions?
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* How did Rational *How did institutionalism formal and informal
Choice Theory develop? started? institutions?
*Why do people make *Why is it important for (5minutes)
decisions based on us? (5minutes)
different circumstances?
(5minutes)
B. Establishing a purpose for the Ask the students to group Ask the students: Ask: Can you
lesson themselves according to Can you give enumerate instances
their interest practices/policies that where an institution can
(technology/hobbies, are unique to a be destroyed and how
etc). They will discuss particular place/ about instances where it
within the group why they culture/country? can be strengthened?
choose it. (5minutes) (5minutes) (5minutes)
C. Presenting examples/instances of Each group will choose Ask students to form a Each group will assign Give instructions for
the new lesson at least one presenter to group of 3 members. one presenter to discuss the performance and
discuss their output. Ask: what is your what are the listed let learners group
(5minutes) definition/ understanding possibilities. (5minutes) themselves according
of formal and informal to their means of
institution. Write their presentation (role play,
answers on the board sing, dance, poetry,
for further discussion. etc.)
(5minutes) (15minutes)
D. Discussing new concepts and Processing Question: * Differentiate the *Presenting the strength
practicing new skills #1 Why are you interested informal and formal and weaknesses of the
in that technology, institution base from institutionalism.
hobby, etc.? sharing of the students (10minutes)
and give a short
explanation. (15minutes)
E. Discussing new concepts and
practicing new skills #2
F. Developing mastery (leads to *Institutionalism In the context of the Enumerate the given
Formative Assessment 3) *Historical Context Philippines, give strength and
/enumerate some formal weaknesses.
and informal institution. (10minutes)
(15minutes)

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G. Finding practical applications of The same group of Ask: What are the Ask: What are the
concepts and skills in daily living students will make a benefits of this given strengths and
timeline on how institutions in your weaknesses and how
Intuitionalism developed. personal lives? can you help to
(15minutes) (10minutes) strengthen our school as
an institution?
(10minutes)
H. Making generalizations and Ask: What are your Questions: Question:
abstractions about the lesson considerations in *What will happen to the *How can weaknesses
choosing your society if there is no help the institution?
friends/barkadas? institutionalism? (5minutes)
I. Evaluating learning Questions: sheet of paper Concept Map Choose one scenario
*What is institutionalism? *What are your roles from the list below and
*How it was started? from this Complete the following share your personal
*Why it is important for institutionalism? concept map based on and social experience
us to study this theory? (5minutes) your understanding of or knowledge of them
(5minutes) the lesson. (10minutes) using one of the
theories discussed.
Write a reflection
paper about it.
a. Being a member of
a particular religious
organization;
b. Deciding where to
eat during lunch break
c. Role of your family
in sharing your norms
and values.
(40minutes)

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON Teacher Learning Area DISS
LOG Teaching Dates and Time Quarter

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates an understanding of the key concepts and approaches in the Social Sciences.

The learners shall be able to:


B. Performance Standards
Interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the Social Sciences.
Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the approaches.
C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives Determine the relationship between Gender Ideology and Gender Inequality.
Write the LC code for each (HUMSS-DIS11-IVc-8)
Feminist Theory and its Gender Ideology Gender Inequality Performance:
II. CONTENT Background Simulation
Simulation The
students will simulate
scenarios in their
family and in the
society that shows
gender inequality.
Then, they will show
how to alleviate gender
inequality in their own
perspective.
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources -Disciplines and Ideas in -Poem I Stay at Home
the Social Sciences
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Jose.Ong (pp.202-206; https://www.socialjustice
102-105) poetry.com

-Animated Infographic
Feminist Theory
https://www.google.com.
ph/url?sa=t&source=web
&rct-
=j&url=%23&ved=0ahUK
EwjVr4z67-
LTAhVOQLwKHaqmCUo
Qxa8BCBgwAA&usg=AF
QjCNF1sHlk2z9Qlx28jtvf
nGP_UlkiA&sig2=RsQNo
sdaM9R8CeJlrGhTEQ

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Short Review about Short Review about Checking of
presenting the new lesson Institutionalism Feminist Theory. Assignment:
Cabbage Roll will be The teacher will use the The students will share
used as an activity. strategy their answers regarding
-The teacher will play a Two Truths and One the assigned poem.
music, and when the Lie.
music stops, they will The teacher will present (3 minutes)
recite to the class what three statements
they have learned about regarding Feminism.
institutionalism The students will
answer/ find the One
(3 minutes) Lie statement.
1. Feminism is the belief
that women should have
equal rights to men.
2. Women are still
represented in a

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negative and
stereotypical way.
3. Feminism advocates
superiority of women.

(3 minutes)
B. Establishing a purpose for the Activity: Guess Who? Activity: Students will be Activity: The Who
lesson divided into two (One Names will be posted on
The teacher will show group for Male and the the board:
pictures of women who other for the Female 1) Heidilyn Diaz
became famous in their students) 2) Jang Geum
own field of endeavor 3) Amelia Earheart
(e.g. Angelina Jolie; The students will work 4) Florence Nightangle
Mother Theresa; as a group and identify Then, the teacher will
Corazon Aquino ; Alyssa their respective roles as ask the students what
Valdez ) a Male and as a Female are the similarities/
individual. characteristics among
The students are tasked the given names.
to describe the women (6 minutes)
and answer how these After that, the teacher
women influence other will emphasize that the
people. names given were
(3 minutes) women who made an
impact in their time and
society.

(5 minutes)
C. Presenting examples/instances of Activity: Picture Analysis The teacher will let the Activity: Video Clip
the new lesson students report in front Analysis
The students will analyze of the class their work. (Excerpted from the
the pictures given and movie 300 that shows
somewhat relate to the how men treat women
new topic which is during ancient times)
Feminist Theory The students will
(5 minutes) analyze the video,
(2 minutes) keeping in mind the
guided questions
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1. What is the video all
about?
2. What are your
reactions regarding the
video presented?

(5 minutes)
D. Discussing new concepts and The teacher will present The teacher will group The teacher will discuss
practicing new skills #1 a short video clip and the students into 5 and gender inequality.
they will be given guided will perform a tableau.
questions The teacher will also cite
Each tableau must show some trends regarding
1. What is the video all the roles of men and gender inequality in
about? women in the society different parts of the
2. How did the concept of world.
Feminist Theory started? (10 minutes) Examples:

Animated Infographic: 1. During the Spanish


Feminist Theory occupation, women are
1 not allowed to have
formal education
(7 minutes) 2. Genital Mutilation in
Africa

(10 minutes)
E. Discussing new concepts and
practicing new skills #2

F. Developing mastery (leads to 1. The teacher and the Activity: Picture Analysis The teacher will divide
Formative Assessment 3) student will give the The teacher will present the class into 5 groups.
definition of Feminist pictures depicting the Each group will have an
Theory. concept of Gender assigned task to
2.Using a chart, well Ideology accomplish by means of
known- feminists and (men fulfilling their draw lots.
their significant family roles through
breadwinning activities
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contributions will be and women fulfilling Students are expected
discussed their roles through to cite instances of
homemaker and gender inequality in their
(20 minutes) parenting activities etc.) assigned area.
1.Family
The teacher will discuss 2. School
the concept of Gender 3. Market
Ideology 4. Church
5. Government

(15 minutes) (15minutes)


G. Finding practical applications of 1. What is the The teacher will ask how Students will report and
concepts and skills in daily living importance of studying Gender Ideology is explain to the class their
the Feminist Theory? observed in home or in output.
school.
2. The students are Afterwards, students are
tasked to deliver in what (3 minutes) expected to answer the
specific ways women can question:
be empowered? How does gender
inequality affect our
(10 minutes) society?

(10 minutes)
H. Making generalizations and How did the feminists How does Gender As a student, how can
abstractions about the lesson create an impact in Ideology affect our you contribute in
society? society? promoting gender
equality? in your own
(5 minutes) family? in your society?
(5 minutes)
(5 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning Activity: Matching Type Editorial Cartooning Essay

Match the feminists and Create an editorial If you will be given a


their significant cartoon showing Gender chance to be a
contributions in society Ideology lawmaker, what bill will
(5 minutes) you pass to promote
gender equality?
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(10 minutes)
(7 minutes)
J. Additional activities for application Assignment: The teacher will pre-
or remediation Read the poem about group the student for the
Gender Inequality performance task.
entitled I Stay at Home
by Guy Farmer and Simulation The
answer these questions: students will simulate
1. What did you feel scenarios in their family
after reading the poem? and in the society that
shows gender
2. Give the meaning inequality. Then, they
behind the poem I Stay will show how to
at Home alleviate gender
(5 minutes) inequality in their own
perspective.

The teacher will provide


the rubric in judging the
Simulation
(3 minutes)

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON Teacher Learning Area DISS
LOG Teaching Dates and Time Quarter

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate key concepts and approaches in the social sciences.

The learner shall be able to:


B. Performance Standards
1. Interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the social sciences.
2. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the approach.
C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives Distinguish the ways Explain
Write the LC code for each Interpret thematic and
by which human- environmental and
mental maps to
The learners analyze environment social issues through
understand landscape
the significance of interactions shape the analysis of spatial
changes and an
data. (HUMSS_DIS11- cultural and natural distributions and
individuals sense of
IVd-9) landscapes. spatial processes.
place. HUMSS_DIS11-
HUMSS_DIS11-IVd- HUMSS_DIS11-IVd-
IVd-10
10 10
Data
II. CONTENT Hermeneutics
Phenomenology
Hermeneutic
phenomenology
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources Friesen, N., Henriksson,
C., & Saevi, T. (eds.).
(2012). Hermeneutic
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phenomenology in
education: Method
and practice.
Rotterdam / Boston /
Taipei: Sense
Publishers.

Van Manen, M. (2002).


Phenomenology
online: Inquiry.
http://www.phenome
nologyonline.com/inq
uiry/.
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or The teacher briefly asks Reviewing the Reviewing the ways on Reviewing mental
presenting the new lesson some students concept. (5minutes) how human and thematic maps of
concerning the link hermeneutical environment human-environment
between gender phenomenology by interactions shape system. (5 mins. )
inequality and gender calling a student to cultural and natural
ideologies. (5 minutes) discuss its concept in landscapes. (5 mins. )
a nutshell.
B. Establishing a purpose for the From the examples of Students will be The teacher throws Students will be
lesson optical illusions and/or presented a video series of questions shown a video
ambiguous figures presentation on ways by where students will presentation of
brought by the students, which human answer: (15 minutes) environmental and
the teacher chooses environment a. How does your social issues.
some of them and invites interactions shape environment (5 minutes)
the students to show cultural and natural affects your life? See attach rubrics;
these to the rest of the landscapes. b. In what way does
class. The teacher then (song analysis; title the environment
asks students to identify KAPALIGIRAN by; Asin affects your life?
what they see in the (5 minutes) c. Why all this
images. The students will See attach rubrics; phenomenon
likely give different http://www.phenomen happens?
answers to the same ologyonline.com/inqui
image. ry/.
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The teacher
afterwards asks: If it is
the same image, why is it
that you are giving
different answers? After
listening to the students
replies, the teacher says:
If in a small thing as this,
we are already
disagreeing, is it any
surprise that we have
difficulty coming to
agreement in bigger and
more important things?
(5 minutes)
C. Presenting examples/instances of Analysis (10 minutes) The students will now The facilitator will be Students will be
the new lesson The teacher now respond to the video present a thematic shown a video of
asks: What is data? by enumerating map of human- jingle-making. (5
How can we define the several ways in environment system. minutes) explaining
word data? The protecting the (power point the rubrics of the
teacher notes on the environment. (5 presentation) (15 shown video
board the definitions minutes) minutes)
given by students. The The students will
teacher further asks: In (with the use of respond through
the previous activity, graphic organizer) graded recitation
what can we consider a. Land about their knowledge
as data? Expected pollution on thematic MAPS.
answer would be the b. Water See attach rubrics;
optical illusion and/or pollution
ambiguous figure. c. Air pollution
The teacher asks:
What is
hermeneutics? How is
it defined? The teacher
notes on the board the
definitions of
hermeneutics given by
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students. As follow-up,
the teacher asks: In the
previous activity, did
we do hermeneutics?
How? Expected answer
would be that since the
ambiguous figures were
interpreted, hermeneutics
was done.
The teacher asks:
What is
phenomenology? The
teacher notes on the
board the definitions of
phenomenology given by
the students.
D. Discussing new concepts and Students will be Students will be
practicing new skills #1 grouped into four grouped into four
distinguishing what and make their own
are the good and bad version of yell in
ways on how human- explaining social
environment systems and environmental
affect human beings issues that affect
in a manila paper. peoples lives. (15
(10 minutes) minutes. )
see attach rubrics;

E. Discussing new concepts and Students will be called


practicing new skills #2 to share their
experiences as they
do their task. (10
minutes)
F. Developing mastery (leads to At least one from the The students will Performance.
Formative Assessment 3) group explains their present tableau about (poster making
work. (5 mins. ) of thematic map in theme; Be a hero
human environment save the mother
earth.) individual.
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system and its effect (10 minutes. )
to biosphere
(15 minutes. )
G. Finding practical applications of Application Distinguishing which Performance.
concepts and skills in daily living The teacher gives ways are good and (15 minutes.)
these instructions: Think bad in human- Interpreting and
of a concrete situation environment systems. synthesizing
involving someone you (using Venn Diagram)
dislike or have difficulty (5 minutes. )
understanding in your
immediate family, among
your schoolmates /
teachers, or among
public figures. What if
you were this person
trying to explain
him/herself to people
who dont understand
him/her? What would you
say? You are given three
minutes to deliver a
monologue or write a
letter.
After the activity,
ask the students the
following questions:
Why is data important
in the sciences,
especially the social
sciences?
What does
[hermeneutic]
phenomenology as an
approach contribute to
the social sciences?
Why is it important to
consider ones context
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and perspective when
interpreting ones
experiences?
(20 minutes)
H. Making generalizations and Abstraction
abstractions about the lesson The teacher
elaborates on the
following points:
Data is anything
given. [It includes
ones experiences.]
Hermeneutics is
interpreting data.
Phenomenology invites
us to be open to the
variety of experiences.
[For example, one
refuses to go out of
ones comfort zone by Human-environment Contextualization of the
not tasting exotic food interactions shape thematic maps based on
or riding extreme cultural and natural students environment
carnival rides.] landscapes? by sharing their personal
Hermeneutic (5 mins. ) experience
phenomenology is the
study of experience
together with its
meanings (Friesen,
Henriksson, & Saevi,
2012, p. 1). It is
impossible to investigate
experience without at the
same time inquiring into
its meaning; it is likewise
impossible to analyze
meaning without being
grounded on experience.
As an approach,
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hermeneutic
phenomenology
represents an attitude or
disposition of sensitivity
and openness: it is a
matter of openness to
everyday, experienced
meanings as opposed to
theoretical ones (van
Manen, 2002, n.p.).
(20 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning A 20-item modified A 20-item modified Their performance
true or false and true or false and will be graded in
identification quiz will identification quiz will accordance to the
follow. follow. (5 mins. ) rubric passed upon
(10 mins. ) by the class. (5
mins. )
J. Additional activities for application
or remediation

V. REMARKS

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON Teacher Learning Area DISS
LOG
Teaching Dates and Time Quarter

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learner understands the key concepts in the Social Sciences rooted in Filipino language/s and experiences

B. Performance
Standards
The learner shall be able to carry out an exploration of personal and social experiences using indigenous concepts.

C. Learning The learners examine the social ideas of Filipino thinkers


Competencies/ Value the role of interpersonal relations in Philippine
Objectives
starting from Isabelo de los Reyes, Jose Rizal, and other
culture. (HUMSS_DIS11-IVe-2)
Write the LC code for each Filipino intellectuals. (HUMSS_ DIS11-IVe-1)

Institute of Philippine Cultures Study on Philippine


II. CONTENT Filipino Social Thinkers
Values
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
7. Teachers Guide
pages
2. Learners Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials
from Learning
Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning Jose, M.D. & Ong, J. A. (2016). Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences. QC: Vibal Group, Inc.
Resources
IV. PROCEDURES

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A. Reviewing previous 1. 4-pics One Word: Ask the learners to Charade What are the
lesson or presenting Present at least four recapitulate the lesson Select students will domains of
the new lesson associated pictures of 6 yesterday through the activity perform the pakikipagkapwa
Filipino thinkers (e.g. Call a Friend in which the significant role of the according to
Jose Rizal, Isabelo de los teacher will call someone to social thinkers and Sikilohiyang
Reyes, Pedro Paterno, start the review. After that their classmates will Pilipino?
Andres Bonifacio, Zeus learner finished his review he guess who. Why do you think
A. Salazar, and Virgilio will call someone to continue (5minutes) these are
Enriquez) to the learners the recap and so on. important and
and ask them to identify considered as
their names. (e.g. cover Review questions: What is distinct Filipino
of Noli Me Tangere, our lesson yesterday? How values?
outline of Rizals face, was the lesson discussed? (5minutes)
cover of El Filibusterismo, What did you discover?
Luneta Park)
(5 minutes) (5 minutes)

(Note: If possible,
contextualize or localize
the Filipino thinkers that
you will include in the
activity and the lesson.)

2. Ask: What specifically


are they known for?
B. Establishing a Questions to Ponder:
purpose for the How do interpersonal
(These questions may be
lesson relations affect Philippine
answered as the class
culture?
goes through the
discussions and
Or
activities.)
How were interpersonal
1. How significant are the
relations practiced in
social ideas of the
Philippine culture?
presented Filipino
(5minutes)
Thinkers?

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2. Why is there a need for
us to understand their
ideas? (2 minutes)
C. Presenting 1. Provide the learners 1. Discussion:
examples/instances with handouts containing 2. Pakikipagkapwa
of the new lesson the biographies of the according to Sikolohiyang
presented Filipino Pilipino (p.188)
thinkers and lessons 3. 1. Kapwa as ibang tao
about social ideas. (7 4. 2. Kapwa as hindi ibang
minutes) tao

2. Think-Pair-Share: Ask Domains of interpersonal


the learners to work in relations with kapwa as
pairs. Instruct the ibang tao: (p.189)
learners to read or scan 1. Pakikitungo;
the given materials. (3 2. Pakikisalamuha:
minutes) 3. Pakikilahok
4. Pakikibagay
3. Ask the learners to 5. Pakikisama
share the part/s in the 5.
handouts that strike them 6. Domains of interpersonal
the most. (5 minutes) relations with kapwa as
hindi ibang tao (p. 189)
7. 1. Pakikipag-palagayang
loob

D. Discussing new Class Brainstorming: 1. Show to the learners the Group Activity:
concepts and After giving them time to specific contribution of the 1. Pakikisangkot Perform a creative
practicing new skills read the text again, (5 given Filipino thinkers in the 2. Pakikipagkaisa presentation showing
#1 minutes) Ask the learners society through pictures. (e.g. that you value the
to give the gist of the El Filibusterismo, El Folk-lore (20minutes) role of interpersonal
materials content about Filipino, etc.) relations in Philippine
the social ideas of each culture. You may
Filipino thinker. (7 2. Ask: What is/ are the choose from the
minutes) relations of their social ideas following for your
to their contributions? presentation:
(Recitation) a. role playing
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(8 minutes) b. talk show
c. panel discussion
d. tableau
e. drawing
e. song/rap
f. poem
(15minutes)

E. Discussing new The students will narrate


concepts and actual situations or
practicing new skills experiences wherein they Presentation proper
#2 manifested the domains of
pakikipagkapwa. (30minutes)

(5minutes)
F. Developing mastery Group Activity Differentiated Task How do interpersonal
(leads to Formative 1. Group the learners into 1. Group the learners into 3 relations affect Philippine
Assessment 3) 3 (or 6 if the time (or six if the time is still culture?
permits). Assign two sufficient) and assign each
Filipino thinkers for each with 2 Filipino thinkers. OR
group. Ask them to 2. Instruct the learners to
complete a graphic make an analysis or How were interpersonal
organizer that examination of the practicality relations practiced in
summarizes their and acceptability of the social Philippine culture?
ideologies and the social ideas of these thinkers in the (5minutes)
ideas. (10 minutes) past and in the present
community. The following will
2. Ask the learners to be the assignment.
present their work in front
(3 mins. per group) Group 1: (Rizal & Bonifacio)
Present through a debate.
Group 2: (Reyes & Paterno)
Share the details through a
talk Show
Group 3: (Salazar &
Enriquez)

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Present through a panel
discussion. (simulation)

(Give them 7 mins. prep.


Time and 3 mins. for their
presentation)

3. Provide a scoring rubric for


the activity.

G. Finding practical Processing Question: Processing Questions: How will you apply the
applications of Ask: How can these Ask: How will you apply some domains of
concepts and skills social ideas affect your of the striking social ideas of pakikipagkapwa in your
in daily living perspectives in life? our Filipino thinkers in your daily life? Cite instances
(2 minutes) life? wherein each domain of
(2 minutes) pakikipagkapwa should be
applied.
(5minutes)
H. Making Wrapping Up: Wrapping Up: What are the roles of
generalizations and Ask: Why is there a need Ask: Why do we need to interpersonal relations in
abstractions about for us to determine the examine the social ideas of Philippine Culture?
the lesson social ideas of our own our own thinkers? (2 minutes)
thinkers? (2 minutes) (5minutes)
I. Evaluating learning 1. Reflection 1. Essay Explain the meaning of the
Paper/Learning Log Write: Choose one among the domains of pakikipagkapwa
Individual Activity:
Write: Compose a 6 Filipino thinkers. Enumerate with its appropriate
reflection paper. Highlight at least 3 social ideas and translation in the English
Journal Writing
the Filipino thinker you examine their significance language.
Why is there a need
like the most and justify based on the practicality and 1. Pakikitungo
to value the role of
at least 2 of his social acceptability of the social 2. Pakikisalamuha
interpersonal relations
ideas you agree with. (5 ideas of these thinkers in the 3. Pakikilahok
in Philippine culture?
minutes) past and in the present 4. Pakikibagay
community. (15 minutes) 5. pakikisama
(10minutes)
2. Provide a scoring 6. pakikipagpalagayang-
rubric. 2. Provide a scoring rubric. loob
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7. pakikisangkot
8. pakikipagkaisa

(10minutes)

J. Additional activities
for application or
remediation

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level GRADE 11
DAILY LESSON Teacher Group 4 Learning Area Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences
LOG
Teaching Dates and Quarter
Time Fourth

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of key concepts in the Social Sciences rooted in Filipino language/s
and experiences.

B. Performance
The learner shall be able to carry out an exploration of personal and social experiences using indigenous concepts.
Standards

C. Learning
Competencies/
The learners evaluate the persons personality using the core values of Sikolohiyang Pilipino.
Objectives
Write the LC code for (HUMSS-DIS 11-IVf-3)
each
Carry out an
II. CONTENT Evaluate the persons
Subtask: Define the exploration of personal
Identify the core values of personality using the core
nature Sikolohiyang and social experiences
Sikolohiyang Pilipino values of Sikolohiyang
Pilipino. using indigenous
Pilipino.
concepts.
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
C. References
8. Teachers Guide
pages
2. Learners Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials https://tl.m.Wikipedia.org. Jose, M.D. & Ong, J. A.
from Learning ,/ Discipline and Ideas in (2016). Disciplines and
Resource (LR) https://m.youtube.com/watch? https://m.youtube.com/filipino
Social Sciences by Jose Ideas in the Social
portal v=qopg54dkjdo values
Ong Sciences. QC: Vibal
https://www.slideshare.ne Group, Inc.

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t>mobiole>Sikolohiyang>
Pilipino
D. Other Learning
Resources Jose, M.D. & Ong, J. A. (2016). Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences. QC: Vibal Group, Inc.

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Review: Call a Friend Learners recapitulate Ask this question: What is Picture Presentation
lesson or presenting The teacher will call yesterdays lesson through an the core value of 1. Present the learners
the new lesson someone to start the activity: FOREIGNOY. Sikolohiyang Pilipino? with 3 photos that will
review, then he will call Teacher will group the class represent
someone to continue the in 3 and will ask leader to pick Activity 1: Knowing the 8 pakikipagkapwa,
recap and so on. from 3 countries (America, Manners of Pakikipag- kagandahang-asal at
1. Name distinguished Spain and Japan) students kapuwa pagtulong as kapwa.)
Filipino social thinkers. should identify their influence The class will be divided into 2. Ask the learners (at
4. What are their in our country in a continuous 5 groups. Each group will least 3) to make a
respective social ideas? manner. Next, Students will choose 2 members to recapitulation of the
(5 minutes) be asked to identify the represent their group in lesson using the 3
characteristic which are doing the first activity. In this photos. (Based on the
considered truly Pinoy tatak activity, the teacher will post photos, review the
Pinoy. Students will be asked several Filipino manners on lessons discussed
again to give their idea in a the board. The students task yesterday.)
continuous manner by group. is to identify which among of (5 minutes)
(5 minutes) these words are the 8
manners of social interaction
(pakikipagkapuwa) based on
Sikolohiyang Pilipino core
value. After identifying, they
will post it on the concept
map then 2 representatives
will discuss their answer.

Ask this question: Can you


describe each manner in
your own words?
B. Establishing a 1.Pictograph: 4pics 1 Ask the students: What are Activity 2: Fact or Bluff
purpose for the word the characteristics that pre- The class will be divided into Video Presentation
lesson existed even before the 5 groups. Each group will be
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The teacher will show colonization of other given FACT and BLUFF 1 minute in the
group of pictures; countries? papers. The teacher will then Philippines by Nas
learners will figure out present several situations in Daily
their relationship to come Processing question: the society and the students Processing Question:
up with a word that would From the identified task is to identify if the 1. Share your personal
represent them all. characteristics, what are the following situations are in experience where you
characteristics that are accordance with the core see the strength of
(Spain, American, considered truly Filipino? value of Sikolohiyang Pilipino Filipino values.
Japanese) In what sense they are or not. They can raise the 2. I want you to share
(10minutes) considered positive or FACT if the answer is correct your personal
negative? while BLUFF if it is not. experiences where you
2. What are the Give examples to Situations: see the weakness of
influences of these justify your answer. 1. Pagtulong sa Filipino values.
countries to the attitudes (5 minutes) matanda habang tumatawid
and behaviors of the sa daan. FACT
Filipinos? 2. Paggawa ng aksyon
hinggil sa paglawak ng
a. Spain- Religiousness, suliranin sa pinagbabawal na
Eating habits, forms of droga. FACT
entertainment, manner of 3. Paglaban sa sariling
dressing karapatan sa pamamagitan
b. American- open, free, ng dahas. BLUFF
education, independent, 4. Pagsunod sa Anti-
religious freedom, Mendicancy Law bilang
English, eating habits isang masunuring
c. Japan-Work ethics, mamamayan. BLUFF
Patriotism, nationalism 5. Hindi pakikialam sa
(10 minutes) usapin ng RH Law. BLUFF
C. Presenting Picture Analysis about
examples/instances Filipino Traits
of the new lesson The teacher will show
pictures for students to
Picture Analysis: Mirror
analyze.

1. Ask the students about


the characteristic of
Filipinos?
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Answer: Hospitality or
Magandang pakikitungo,
courtesy (Po at Opo),
Close family ties etc.
(10 minutes)

Processing questions:
What do you see from the
picture?
What does the picture try to
depict?
What is common with all the
pictures shown?
(5 minutes)
D. Discussing new Discuss the meaning of Activity 3: Documentary
concepts and Core Values Word Pool and T-chart
Sikolohiyang Pilipino. Analysis
practicing new skills 1. Provide a word pool
The class will watch the
#1 Kapwa that contains the
1. Sikolohiyang Pilipino documentary film entitled
- The concept of kapwa indigenous concepts in
or Indigenous Filipino Pobreng Mayaman.
(shared identity) is the core Sikolohiyang Pilipino:
Psychology is also known Individually, they are task to
of Sikolohiyang Pilipino and (i.e. hiya, utang na loob,
as Kapwa Psychology. answer the following guided
heart of the structure of pakikisama,
Kapwa Psychology draws questions:
Filipino values. pakikisalamuha, amor
from folk practices as 1. What are the qualities
Pakikipagkapwa means propio, pagaabuloy,
much as from modern of Aling Eli?
treating the other person as bayanihan,
theory. It perceives no 2. What are the qualities
kapwa or fellow human pagdadamayan,
contradiction between of people around Aling Eli?
being. palaksan, etc.)
indigenous folk beliefs After doing their individual
Two Categories, 8 levels of 2. Ask the learners to
and modern task, the students need to
interaction. post each word in the
psychological concepts group themselves into 4,
Ibang Tao (outsider) appropriate part of the
and scientific norms. then, they will make 2 T-
Pakikitungo: T-chart. (Left: Strength,
It includes in its study the charts (for Aling Eli and the
civility middle: both weakness
IKSP of healing from the People around her). Using T-
Pakikisalamuha act and strength, right:
Babaylan and Albolaryos chart, they can list on the left
of mixing weakness.)
(native shamans and side all qualities which
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healers) as well as the Pakikilahok act correspond with the core 3. Ask the learners to
religio-political of joining value or the 8 manners of explain their responses.
approaches of the Filipino Pakikibagay: Filipino social interaction, 4. The facilitator gives
mystics and folk heroes conformity while, on the right side, they his/her input on the
and other ancestral ways Pakikisama: can list all the qualities which activity.
of knowing. Kapwa Being united with the not correspond to the core (10 minutes)
psychology implies a call group value. They will be given 2
for social action. Scholars Hindi Ibang Tao (one-of- minutes to finish this task
and students are us) and after that, 1 per each
encouraged to go to the Pakikipagpalagayang-loob: group will report their activity.
villages to learn from the Act of mutual
people and in turn serve trust
them with the gain Pakikisangkot:
knowledge. Act of joining
others
(15 minutes) Pakikipagkaisa:
being one with
others
(10 minutes)
E. Discussing new Discussing new concepts
concepts and and practicing new skills
practicing new skills #2
#2 Examples of Filipino
Values:
Hospitality - the friendly
and generous reception
and entertainment of
guests, visitors, or
strangers
Utang na loob debt of
gratitude.
Bahala na fatalism or
determination and being
risk taker. Bahala na ang
Diyos (God will take care
of us)
(5 minutes)
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F. Developing mastery Picture Perfect Spoken Poetry
(leads to Formative 1. Group the students
Assessment 3) Group the class into 5 into 5.
groups. 2. Assign each group
Scenarios will be given with indigenous
you, for you to analyze. concepts.
You will be given 30 Activity 4: HuLarawan a. group 1: utang na
seconds to process the The teacher will show 6 loob
scenario. pictures. Using their b. group 2: pakikisama
Once the time ends, understanding and learning and pakikisalamuha
students will freeze from the discussion, the c. group 3: bayanihan
projecting the scenario students task is to evaluate d. group 4: hiya
Activity: Video clip if following pictures show the
given. e. group 5: pagdamay
1. Identify the Filipino core value of Sikolohiyang
One group will act as the
traits that you observed? Pilipino. In doing this, per
critic in each scenario. 3. Instruct the learners
2. Why do we need to group, they can say AHA if it to carry out an
study Sikolohiyang is an example of core value,
1. During your celebration of exploration of these
Pilipino? and AHU if it is not.
barangay feast, your indigenous concepts by
(10 minutes)
relatives from another presenting personal or
place came to celebrate social experiences of
with you. What will you these terms in their
do? most artistic way.
2. A son/daughter taking (spoken poetry) (7-10
care of his/her parent as a minutes)
sign of giving back for the 4. Present the learners
sacrifices theyve made. the scoring rubric/s.
3. Picture that depicts 5. Ask the learners to
BAHALA NA Filipino present their output in
values. class (3 mins for each
(10 minutes) presentation).
G. Finding practical Activity: Recitation Think this Over
applications of 1. As a student how How will it be
concepts and skills Ask the students: When does
would you apply or use when there is
in daily living a Filipino Value become
Sikolohiyang Filipino for Activity 5: Pick-a-Pic awareness of the
positive or negative.
the betterment of your strengths and
(5 minutes)
daily life? weaknesses in Filipino
(5 minutes) values? How these
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Each table will choose 1 values help you as a
representative and their task senior high school?
is to pick or choose one (2 minutes)
picture on the teachers
table. Afterwards,
they will share
their experiences
on how they possessed the 8
manners or the core value in
the same event or situation.

H. Making What is Sikolohiyang Filipino Core Values Activity 6: KAPUWA Wrapping Up


generalizations and Filipino? Kapwa - concept of kapwa The teacher will post the Why is there a
abstractions about Why is Sikolohiyang (shared identity) is the blank man named KAPUWA. need to determine the
the lesson Filipino considered a core of Sikolohiyang By this time, every student is strengths and
Filipino social science Pilipino and heart of the free to write everything weaknesses of Filipino
perspective? structure of Filipino values. theyve learned from the values? (2 minutes)
(5minutes) Pakikipagkapwa means discussion either manner,
treating the other person definition, or the likes.
as kapwa or fellow human
being.
Hospitality - the friendly KAPUWA

and generous reception


and entertainment of
guests, visitors, or
strangers
Utang na loob debt of
gratitude.
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Bahala na fatalism or
determination and being
risk taker. Bahala na ang
Diyos (God will take care
of us)
(5 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning

J. Additional activities
for application or
remediation

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level GRADE 11
DAILY LESSON Teacher Group 4 Learning Area Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences
LOG
Teaching Dates and Quarter
Time Fourth

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


I. OBJECTIVES
Key concepts in the Social Sciences rooted in Filipino language/s and experiences
A. Content Standards

Carry out an exploration of personal and social experiences using indigenous concepts
B. Performance
Standards

C. Learning
Competencies/ The learners explain the significance of using a particular The learners critique dominant approaches using
Objectives language for discourse Filipino perspectives.
Write the LC code HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4 HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-5
for each

II. CONTENT The Significance of a Particular Language for Discourse Pantayong Pananaw

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


E. References
9. Teachers Guide
pages
2. Learners Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials
from Learning
Resource (LR)
portal
F. Other Learning - Dela Cruz, et.al, (2016) Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences, Phoenix, Quezon City
Resources - Jose and Ong, (2016) Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences, Vibal, Quezon City

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- Estrope, Carmela R.(2016), Group Kadamay shifts campaign to take over idle units to housing project in
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IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Picture Presentation Ask the learners to
lesson or presenting Provide some pictures recapitulate the lesson Dominant
the new lesson that will show several yesterday through the activity SS
Filipino
FILIPINO Perspectives
Filipino values that have Call a Friend in which the LANGUAGE Approaches
been shown last teacher will call someone to
meeting. start the review. After that
learner finished his review he Comparing
Processing Questions: will call someone to continue The Importance of My
Language: The teacher will Perspectives: The class
1. What do the pictures the recap and so on.
post this graphic organizer will work collaboratively
represent?
on the board. Each student by comparing the
2. Why are these Filipino Review questions: What is
is free to write their own perspectives presented
values essential as a our lesson yesterday? How
understanding about the in dominant approaches
Filipino? was the lesson discussed?
significance of Filipino and Filipino
What did you discover?
language in Filipino perspectives. They will
(5 minutes)
discourse and society. also write the
(5 minutes) similarities of these
(5 minutes) perspectives at the
center of this diagram.
(5 minutes)
B. Establishing a Pass the Message. The class will be divided into Ask the following
purpose for the 1. Group the learners into 6 groups. Each group will be questions:
lesson 4 groups. assigned to reconstruct the Q1: What makes
2. Ask each group to fall image of their assigned Filipino perspectives
into a line then give the puzzle. differ from the dominant
person at the end of the approaches?
queue a message (the Q2: Can we use the
message must be in 1. 4. various social science
different regional approaches in dealing
languages like with the social
Hiligaynon, Cebuano, 2. 5. happenings and
Ilokano, Ilongo, etc.) that concerns all the times?
he/she will pass to the 3. 6. Why?
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next student and then so
on until the message is After doing this activity, each
received by the last group will be presenting their (3 minutes)
student. The learner at work by answering these
the end of the line will following questions:
write the response on the Q1: What is the message of
board. this image?
Q2: What social science/
Guide Questions: Filipino perspective is related
1. How did you find the to this image? Why?
activity? (15 minutes)
2. What makes the
activity difficult/easy?
(7 minutes)
C. Presenting Video Presentation: Graffiti Wall The class will then be The teacher will discuss
examples/instances 1. Share to the learners 1. Group the learners into 3. divided into 2 groups. The the needs for critiquing
of the new lesson the guide questions; 2. Ask the learners to first group will be assigned to the dominant
enumerate their ideas about the dominant social science approaches based on
2. Have the learners the following informal perspectives (e.g Structural- Filipino perspectives for
watch a 2-minute video in languages: functionalism, conflict the students to realize
order for them to see how perspective, symbolic the following:
language can be a a. gaylingo interactionism, The Filipino society
hindrance or a bridge for b. jejemon psychoanalysis, ect) while should be analyzed
understanding when c. salitang kalye the second group will be from the eyes of
communicating with assigned to Filipino Filipino perspectives
another person. 3. Ask the learners to present perspectives like or any dominant
(3 minutes) their answer in front. Sikolohiyang Pilipino, approaches related
Pantayong Pananaw, to Filipino
3. Processing Questions: Pilipinolohiya, and etc. The perspectives.
a. What are the groups are tasked to put the The dominant
hindrances to major ideas presented from approaches were
understanding based on each perspective using Data originated from the
the video? Retrieval chart. West.
b. What are the means of Perspecti Major Idea The individual and
understanding when ve social behavior of
communicating with Filipinos are
another person?
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c. Based on the video, different from the
what does discourse Westerners.
mean?
(25 minutes) (10 minutes)
(5 minutes)
D. Discussing new Processing Questions: Ask the following questions: Identify the related
concepts and 1. Share with the learners 1. Why do we consider these Q1: What are the major Filipino perspective to
practicing new skills some personal languages as means for ideas presented in the the following dominant
#1 experiences that was discourse? dominant perspectives? approaches:
affected by the language 2. Are these languages Q2: What are the major Approa Related
barrier. recommended for everyday ideas presented in the ches Filipino
use? Why yes or not? Filipino Perspectives? perspe
2. Have the learners Q3: Do they have ctive
share some experiences similarities? And what are Structur
they have encountered those similarities? al-
where language has function
become a hindrance (10 minutes) alism
when speaking with Conflict
another person. perspec
(5 minutes) tive
Symboli
c
interacti
onism
Psycho
analysis
Rationa
l choice
theory
Instituti
onalism
Feminis
t theory
Hermen
eutical

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phenom
enology
Human-
environ
ment
system
s

Ask this question:


Q1: What are the
characteristics of these
approaches that make it
related to Filipino
perspectives?

(12 minutes)
E. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new skills
#2
F. Developing mastery 1. Group the learners into 1. Group the learners into 4. Answer this question: There are two stations,
(leads to Formative 4. The groups will The groups will perform a 3- 1. In what ways do the the LIKE and DISLIKE.
Assessment 3) perform a 3-minute skit minute skit. Each group will Filipino perspectives The teacher will present
regarding on how apply some informal and differ from dominant some perspectives of
language help one to formal words in context. (The approaches? each dominant
make a discourse teacher will choose the approaches and each
successful on the words) (5 minutes) student will choose if it
following context. can be applied to
Filipino society or not
a. business by choosing from the
b. school LIKE and DISLIKE
c. church stations.
d. government
(7 minutes)
2. Provide the learners a
scoring rubric before the
presentation.
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1. Structural
3. Ask the learners to functionalism sees
present the performance. society as a
complex whose
(3 mins each group) parts work together
to promote solidarity
and stability.
2. Conflict perspective
or Marxism sees
society as an arena
of two conflicting
forces.
3. Symbolic
interactionism
depends on the
symbolic meaning
developed by
people in the
process of
interaction.
4. Human-environment
system deals with
broader studies into
the intricate nature
of mutual
interactions and
feedbacks between
humans on the
environment and the
effect of the
environment on
humans.
5. Feminism promotes
the belief that
women and men
should be treated
equally and that
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steps have to be
taken to realize the
goal of gender
equality.

(2 minutes)
G. Finding practical Think this Over Think this Over Ask this question: The teacher will present
applications of Q1: As a social science 5 pictures of social
concepts and skills How significant is the use How significant is the use of student, what issues. The students
in daily living of a particular language formal language for approaches/perspectives will task is to choose 1 from
for discourse? discourse? you use by analyzing and these pictures and they
(2 minutes) (2 minutes) examining the society? will try to analyze using
Why? the most appropriate
dominant approach
(5 minutes) suited to this issue.
(5 minutes)
H. Making Wrapping Up Wrapping Up Ask the following
generalizations and questions:
abstractions about Why is there a need to be Why is there a need to think Q1: What is the
the lesson very particular when it of a proper language for importance of
comes to the choice of discourse? examining dominant
words in discourse? (2 minutes) approaches from the
(2 minutes) eyes of Filipino
context?
(3 minutes)
I. Evaluating learning Ask the learners to Reflection Paper Read the article
enumerate the entitled: Group
hindrances in Ask the learners to compose Kadamay shifts
communication and the a reflection paper for the campaign to take over
possible solution for question below: idle units to housing
those problems. project in Bocaue
How does our language affect town from
Language the message that we want to INQUIRER.NET.
Hindrances Solution express? Why is the use of Analyze this article
1 specific language significant? using one or two social
2 science dominant
3 approaches by
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4 answering the following
questions:
Q1: How is this article
relevant to your chosen
approach/es?
Q2: Is your chosen
approach/es suited to
Filipino perspective?
Why?
(20 minutes)

Source:
http://newsinfo.inquirer.
net/881695/group-
kadamay-shifts-
campaign-to-take-over-
idle-units-to-housing-
project-in-bocaue-town
J. Additional activities
for application or
remediation

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON Teacher Learning Area DISS
LOG Teaching Dates and Quarter
Time

DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The Role of Social Science in the real World.


Illustrate situations and context in which Social Science can be applied.
B. Performance
Standards

C. Learning Determine how Social Science can be used to address Recognize multidisciplinary and/or
Competencies/ social concerns. interdisciplinarity as an approach to looking at
Objectives HUMSS_DIS11-IVh-6 society.
Write the LC code for HUMSS_DIS11-IVh-7
each Determine how a certain Understand how Social
profession addresses social Science helps to analyze
concern/s. social problems.
1. Professions.
II. CONTENT 2. Applications and Intersections of the approaches in addressing social problems.

III. LEARNING
RESOURCES

A. References
10. Teachers Guide
pages
2. Learners Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages

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4. Additional Materials
from Learning
Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning Sociology: Basic Concepts https://www.youtubejnm Sociology: Basic Arleigh Ross D. dela
Resources and Perspectives Manuel B. p4.com/downloadphp?v? Concepts and Cruz, Cecile D.
Garcia =eli15zfoyVxoHW2AprH Perspectives Manuel B. Fadrigon, and Diana
12ed. Garcia J. Mendoza,
Applications and
Arleigh Ross D. dela www.arj.no/2012/03/12/d Intersections of the
Cruz, Cecile D. isciplinarities-2/ Approaches in
Fadrigon, and Diana J. Addressing Social
Mendoza, Applications Problems, in
and Intersections of the Disciplines and Ideas
Approaches in in the Social Sciences
Addressing Social (Quezon City,
Problems, in Disciplines Philippines: Phoenix
and Ideas in the Social Publishing House,
Sciences (Quezon City, Inc., 2016), pp. 205-
Philippines: Phoenix 225.
Publishing House, Inc.,
2016), pp. 195-196. Jose Rizal, Sobre la
indolencia de los
Filipinos (Madrid: La
Solidaridad, 1890).
http://www.gutenberg.
org/cache/epub/6885/
pg6885-images.html
Accessed on 12 May
2017.

https://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=XWH2Cg
BeVcM

https://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=UNLQN
gjOr08
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IV. PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing previous Ask the students to explain Ask the learners: Review of the past lesson After reminding the
lesson or presenting the significance of knowing *Give the different about all the disciplines students to arrange
the new lesson how to critique dominant professions that we within the Social Science. their seats and tidy
approaches using Filipino discussed yesterday? up their immediate
perspectives. (2 minutes) Name the disciplines of surroundings, the
What is the the Social Science. teacher checks
importance of using (5 minutes) attendance. S/he
your Mother tongue in briefly asks some
any discourse? students concerning
What is the their understanding of
importance of using multidisciplinary in
Filipino language in the social sciences.
any discourse? (5 minutes)

(5 minutes)
B. Establishing a Activity: Gusto Kong A minute video entitled, Group Activity: - A 5-minute video
purpose for the lesson Maging Social Problems in the Metaphor-make introducing the issue
The learners will be asked of Philippines will be Meaning(MMM) will be shown:
their dream profession and shown in class. Have the students unlock
share before the class. The https://www.youtubejnm the social science by https://www.youtube.
following guide questions will p4.com/downloadphp?v identifying the symbol com/watch?v=UNLQ
be asked: ?=eli15zfoyVxoHW2Apr behind the pictures. NgjOr08
1. What profession do H12ed. Sample pictures
you want to pursue (5 minutes)
five (5) years from
now?
2. Why do you want it?
3. How do you think it
will help the society?
(5 minutes)

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Processing Questions:

1.Were you able to find


the connection?
2. In one word, what is
the concern of each
social science?

(10 minutes)
C. Presenting A video presentation of Video analysis: (6 Word within a Word Activity: Symposium
examples/instances of different societal problems minutes) (WWW Activity) / Panel Discussion
the new lesson will be presented/flashed via 1. Based on the Have the students
LCD projector. video, what are enumerate words that A group of students
*personally, made by the the existing social start with the words multi will serve as a panel
teacher concerns/problem and inter. Then, have a of experts
(5 minutes) s in the generalization. [anthropologist,
Philippines? Processing Question: economist, historian,
Processing Question: 2. What do you Based on the list of words political scientist,
think are the youve given, what is the psychologist, &
What is the video all about? underlying causes meaning of multi and sociologist] analyzing
of the problems inter? the issue of the
(7 minutes)
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shown from the perceived indolence
video? of the Filipinos.
3. In your own idea,
how can these (30 minutes)
problems be
solved?
(6 minutes)

D. Discussing new The learners will be grouped Discussion on the roles Teacher will flash the
concepts and into four (4). of Social Sciences in definition of the
practicing new skills Ask: List down maximum of solving the social multidisciplinary and
#1 ten (10) social concerns. interdisciplinary
concerns/issues that they (10 minutes) approach.
see, observe or experience Have the students
in the society or community Examples: underline the keywords
where they belong in a from the given definition
manila paper and marker to distill the essence of
using a concept map in the the word.
manila paper provided. Multidisciplinary
Approach The world
Sample Venn Diagram has many different
disciplines each of which
attempts to explain the
Social
same phenomena from
their respective
Issue
disciplinary viewpoints.
Interdisciplinary
Approach Looking at
*Learners will choose one to the same issue/s from
two representatives in multiple disciplinary
explaining their work and perspectives, in a way
elaborate what they have that tries to integrate or
listed. make holistic sense of the
various explanations of
(10 minutes) the same phenomena
that are generated from

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each of the disciplinary
perspectives.
(7 minutes)
E. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new skills
#2
F. Developing mastery Each group will be given two Create an The teacher asks the
(leads to Formative (2) minutes to choose a authentic Discussion using Venn students: Were you
Assessment 3) social concern and discuss presentation Diagram. able to see the
its causes and effects based on the Sample Venn diagram differences in the
among the group and identified social perspectives of the
another two (2) minute in concerns from the various social
presenting their work. previous meeting: sciences? (5
1. Ask each group to IM minutes)
The teacher will give make an artistic
additional inputs regarding presentation (role (10minutes)
the causes and effects of playing, poster
different social concerns. making, dance,
song
(10 minutes) interpretation,
etc.) on a
particular social
concern that has
been observed by
each group in
class for 3-4
minutes.
2. Each group must
highlight the roles
of Social
Sciences in
solving these
social concerns.

(20 minutes)

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G. Finding practical With the same group, they The learners will write a Ask:
applications of will be asked to present letter to the President, 1.How inter/multi-
concepts and skills in possible solutions to the informing him about the disciplinary approach can
daily living problem by presenting a social concerns that they be applied in your life?
short talk show role playing have identified. The 2. Between the 2
of the chosen profession learners will also approaches, which do
(15 minutes) suggest possible you find more useful in
solutions to the your daily life? Why?
problems. (7 minutes)
(5 minutes)
H. Making Ask: In your opinion, Based on the Create a flowchart using The teacher
generalizations and assuming you already discussions, in what popsicle sticks and shape elaborates on the
abstractions about the practice such profession ways can Social Science cut-outs to illustrate the following points
lesson today, what would be your help in solving the social distinction between the 2 (10 minutes):
role in solving these social concerns in the country? approaches. Social analysis
concerns? *The teacher will show Note: Circles- Social makes use of the
an illustration to Science Discipline tools of the various
Social problems can be summarize the lesson Squares- Insights/ social sciences to
addressed and solved by Solution Popsicle Lines look at historical and
simple citizens especially (variation: use rubber structural causes of
those who have (7 minutes) bands) an issue involving
institutionalized professions. Use the 8 popsicle sticks social inequality.
So, everyone is encouraged and the shape cut-outs to The various social
to dream big, pursue those show your understanding. sciences serve as
dreams and participate in You dont need to use all different lenses to
nation-building and solving 8. provide a
the unending problems in the (Sample output: see multifaceted view of
society. attachments) a single issue.
(5 minutes) Interdisciplinarity
involves multiple
disciplines [i.e.,
social sciences]
working together to
provide a richer
perspective of social
reality.

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I. Evaluating learning Formative Assessment: Formative Formative Assessment: Formative
Make a reflective paper on assessment: Have the students Assessment:
My Profession and the (10 minutes) accomplish the flow chart. Make an essay on
Society. Assign one social (9 minutes) Social Sciences:
concern for each group Different
This may also be considered and causes, effects, and Perspectives.
as an additional activity for possible solutions of the
application if not finished. following social This may also be
concerns. Choose one considered as an
Rubrics related will be given and identify three issues additional activity for
and explained before. involving the said application if not
(5 minutes) concern. finished.
1. Economic
(rubrics: see appendices) 2. Political
3. Education
4. Environmental
5. Health and
Sanitation
6. Gender Inequality
J. Additional activities for Assignment: Define Assignment: Search for
application or multidisciplinary and the different Social Issues
remediation interdisciplinarity. being observed at the
present time.

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Grades 1 to 12 School Grade Level
DAILY LESSON Teacher Learning Area DISS
LOG Teaching Dates and Quarter
Time

DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content
The role of Social Science in the real world.
Standards

B. Performance
Illustrate situations and contexts in which Social Science can be applied.
Standards

C. Learning Generate an analysis of a social phenomenon using at least two approaches from the Social Sciences.
Competencies/ (HUMSS- DIS 11-IVi-8)
Objectives Generate an analysis of a social phenomenon using Generate an analysis of a social phenomenon using
Write the LC code one approach from the Social Sciences. another approach or other approaches from the Social
for each Sciences.

II. CONTENT Applications and Intersections of the approaches in addressing social problems

III. LEARNING
RESOURCES

A. References
11. Teachers
Guide pages
2. Learners
Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional
Materials from
Learning
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Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning
Resources

IV. PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing What is the role of Social Recapitulate by Recap the previous - How did Groups 1 and 2
previous lesson Science in addressing answering the KWL lesson: analyze the social
or presenting the social concerns? Chart. phenomena presented
new lesson (5 minutes) - How do the through different
What What different perspectives/approaches?
I I do approaches help an
Know not individual analyzing (5 minutes)
know a social
phenomenon?
(*Based on the (5 minutes)
responses, give
attention on the things
that are not yet
understood by the
learners*)
(10minutes)

B. Establishing a Video Analysis: Learners will be asked to The learners will be How will the other groups
purpose for the The learners will be sit according to their divided into four analyze the social Phenomena
lesson grouped into four. They group. Each group will be groups. Each group assigned to them
will take view on a short given a news clip/article will be asked to (5 minutes)
video-clip about the about social issues. arrange the jumbled
different social letters to decipher the
phenomena in the Ask: What does that social issues currently
Philippines. picture show? happening in our
(5 minutes) (5 minutes) country.
(5 minutes)
C. Presenting Apart from the short video Students will be asked to The learners will be
examples/instanc clips presented, the give other social issues presented different

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es of the new students will be asked to related to what the social phenomena
lesson think of other social picture/image depicts? such as:
phenomenon/relevant 1. Teenage
issues that are currently (5 minutes) pregnancy
happening? 2. Anti-Drug
(5 minutes) Campaign of
President Duterte
3. Extra-Judicial
Killings
4. Juvenile
Imprisonment
5. Territorial Disputes,
etc.
(5 minutes)

D. Discussing new * Fill-in the Chart: Let the students analyze * The representative
concepts and Each group will identify the articles given by using of the group will pick
practicing new one social phenomenon at least two Social Science a topic and perform
skills #1 and analyze it by applying approaches. an analysis using 2
Social Science or more social
approaches. (15minutes) science approaches.
e.g. * Twist in analyzing: (5 minutes)
Answers will be made
Social Issue through Collage artwork
and be presented to the
class by each groups
Analysis Approach/es representative.
(15 minutes)

E. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new
skills #2
F. Developing Presentation of the Presentation of output. Each of the groups Presentation of Groups 3 and
mastery (leads to learners output. (scores will be obtained will perform their 4.
Formative through the use of analyses through the (20 minutes)
Assessment 3) Rubrics) following activities:
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Reporting of each groups (20 minutes) - Infomercial
output will be delivered by - Role-playing
their - Pantomime
leader/representative. - Rap/Fliptop
- Poster/Slogan
Ask: What social Making
phenomena are - Newscasting
presented? - Etc.
Then, let the learners Representative of
analyze the phenomena each group would
using other approaches. select their activities
(15 minutes) through fish bowl
technique.

Presentation of
Groups 1 and 2 only

(40 minutes, including


the instruction,
preparation, and
presentation)
G. Finding practical The teacher will ask from The teacher will let the The teacher will A follow-up question will be
applications of the students: In what ways student do the following: encourage the also asked from the students:
concepts and do these social students to deal with How can these approaches
skills in daily phenomena (presented) Select one social issue the question: How help you in dealing with your
living affect individuals (if discussed by the group can these means of interpersonal relations/daily
applicable)? the society? and cite possible solutions analyses (of different experiences?
(5 minutes) that will help approaches) help you *Note: Based on the
alleviate/eradicate it. in dealing with your presentation of groups 3 and
(5 minutes) interpersonal 4.
relations? (5 minutes)
*Note: Based on the
presentation of
groups 1 and 2.
(5 minutes)

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H. Making What is the relevance of How do the different (Note: generalization How do the different
generalizations the social science approaches help an and evaluation will be approaches help an individual
and abstractions approaches in analyzing individual to analyze a done next meeting) to analyze a social
about the lesson the social phenomena social phenomenon? phenomenon?
taking place in the (5 minutes) (10 minutes)
society?
(5 minutes) Different approaches in Social
Sciences help an individual
understand the underlying
causes and effects of social
issues and through this, he will
be able to find solutions on the
existing problems in the
society.

I. Evaluating Reflective type of Summative Test


learning questions will be posted (15 minutes)
on the board about the
issues tackled and give
own perspectives using
the approaches learned in
Social Science. (5
minutes)

J. Additional Homework:
activities for *Look for and bring an
application or article about the current
remediation social phenomena. Paste
it on your notebook.

Bring old magazines,


paste. Scissors, bond
papers, and other art
materials.

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APPENDIX

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RATIONAL CHOICE THEORY loop a word(HUMSS_DIS11-IVa-6)

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RATIONAL CHOICE THEORY (HUMSS_DIS11-IVa-6)

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RUBRIC FOR THE SIMULATION
RATIONAL CHOICE THEORY (HUMSS_DIS11-IVa-6)
5 - Excellent 3 - Good 1 - Fair Score
Content is not
Content is accurately Content is accurately
accurately portrayed
portrayed as effective. portrayed as effective.
as effective.
Complete coverage of Adequate coverage of
Quality of Content Incomplete coverage
the topic including its the topic including its
of the topic including
strengths and strengths and
its strengths and
weaknesses weaknesses
weaknesses
Scenario was not
Scenario was realistic,
Scenario was realistic realistic, class
Quality of Scenario class appropriate and
and class appropriate appropriate and well-
well-developed
developed
Presentation was well
organized. Smooth Presentation was fairly Presentation was not
Organization
flow of the transition well- organized well organized
was evident
Presentation fully Presentation engaged Presentation failed to
Impact
engaged the audience the audience engage the audience
None of the presenters
All presenters spoke Most presenters spoke
spoke with appropriate
Presentation Skills with appropriate eye with appropriate eye
eye contact, gestures
contact, gestures etc. contact, gestures etc.
etc.
TOTAL SCORE

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RUBRIC FOR THE SIMULATION
RATIONAL CHOICE THEORY (HUMSS_DIS11-IVa-6)
5 - Excellent 3 Good 1 - Fair Score
Content is accurately Content is accurately Content is not accurately
portrayed as effective. portrayed as effective. portrayed as effective.
Complete coverage of the Adequate coverage of the Incomplete coverage of
Quality of Content
topic including its topic including its the topic including its
strengths and strengths and strengths and
weaknesses weaknesses weaknesses

Scenario was realistic, Scenario was not realistic,


Scenario was realistic and
Quality of Scenario class appropriate and class appropriate and
class appropriate
well-developed well-developed

Presentation was well


Presentation was fairly Presentation was not well
Organization organized. Smooth flow of
well- organized organized
the transition was evident

Presentation fully Presentation engaged the Presentation failed to


Impact
engaged the audience audience engage the audience

All presenters spoke with Most presenters spoke None of the presenters
Presentation Skills appropriate eye contact, with appropriate eye spoke with appropriate
gestures etc. contact, gestures etc. eye contact, gestures etc.

TOTAL SCORE

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Activity
RATIONAL CHOICE THEORY (HUMSS_DIS11-IVa-6)
Under Pressure
Instruction: Read the scenario below and answer the questions that follow using the worksheet (Under Pressure) provided.

Here is the scenario. You are on your way to an important job interview that is given only to shortlisted applicants which include you. You have waited long for
this job interview and prepared a lot for it. To miss the interview is to miss a very good chance at a job opportunity that you have dreamed of since you were a kid. You
are very excited and hopeful that you will get hired. You are on your way to the job interview when suddenly you receive a call from your younger brother/sister asking
for your help. Your brother/sister seems confused and sounds unintelligible over the phone, and you are worried! To add to your dilemma, your brother/sister is a person
with disability (PWD).
Your questions: What will you do? Would you rush to your brother/sister and forget about the job interview? Or would you ignore the distress call and proceed to
the interview and pretend you never received the call? Or do you have any options?
To help you answer the questions, please fill out the worksheet (Under Pressure) below. Each quadrant (A, B, C, and D) represents a situation wherein you need
to assess your options (strategies and alternatives) and make a choice or decision (action). Analyze and write the advantages (benefits) and disadvantages (risks or cost)
of each pair of options in each quadrant. Make sure that you also analyze the implications of each option to your preferences, and ultimately, to your goal. Once you
complete the table, you should be able to make a choice or decision.

Worksheet 1
Under Pressure

Processing Questions:
Proceed Not Proceed 1. Share your output with your classmates. Did you make
to the Job Interview to the Interview the same choice or decision? Why or why not?
2. How was the whole experience of assessing your
A B options? Was it difficult? Was it easy?
3. Would you say that you applied rationality when
Rush to your brother/sister making that final choice or decision?

C D

To not rush to your


Brother/sister

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RUBRIC FOR REFLECTION PAPER
HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Content The student was able to choose one scenario and was 10
able to interpret personal and social experiences using
one of the three approaches discussed in this lesson.
Analysis Analysis was clear and concise based on the data 6
presented.
Organization The paper was well-written with ideas easily conveyed 4
to readers.
Total 20

RUBRIC FOR RESEARCH PAPER


HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Content The student was able to give examples of positivist 10


researches and analyzed social problems using a theory
discussed in this lesson.
Analysis Analysis was clear and concise based on the data 6
presented.
Organization The paper was well-written with ideas easily conveyed 4
to readers.
Total 20

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RUBRIC FOR DOCUMENTARY
HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Content The documentary contained the required information 10


as specified in the instruction. The scientific method
can be observed in doing the documentary.
Organization The work was well-organized and the message of the 5
documentary is well understood.
Presentation The presentation was clear with the use of effective 5
audio-visual effects.
Total 20

RUBRIC FOR CLASS PRESENTATION


HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Content The content was well-founded with facts lifted from the 10
website
Organization Work was well-organized starting from the 15th-18th 5
century alchemist work until the present-day
advancements in chemistry.
Presentation The presentation was clear with the use of effective 5
audio-visual effects.
Total 20

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RUBRIC FOR CLASS PRESENTATION2
HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Content The content was well-founded with facts coming from 10


the website.
Organization Thoughts are well-organized with no deviation from the 5
topic.
Presentation The presentation was clear with the use of effective 5
audio-visual effects
Total 20

RUBRIC FOR SHORT PAPER


HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Content The activity was able to enlist 20 participants with their 10


corresponding response included in the paper.
Analysis Analysis was clear and concise based on the data 10
presented.
Organization The paper was well-written with ideas easily conveyed 5
to readers.
Total 25

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RUBRIC FOR COSTUME PLAY
HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Accuracy of Costumes The group was able to accurately present 7


assigned characters.
Information on Relevance The group was able to correctly and sufficiently 7
of Character explain the relevance of the characters in Rizals
society.
Creativity of Presentation The group was able to creatively present the 6
characters.
Total 20

RUBRIC FOR CLASS PRESENTATION SKIT


(HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4)
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Content of Presentation The skit was able to effectively show how the 10
chosen profession helps in addressing a particular
societal issue.
Clarity The thought about the chosen societal issue and 6
the corresponding profession was well-conveyed
to the audience.
Preparedness The group exhibited preparedness with no or 4
minor problems throughout the presentation.
Total 20

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RUBRIC FOR ESSAY
HUMSS_DIS11-IVg-4
POINTS
CRITERIA DESCRIPTION POINTS OBTAINED

Content The student was able to explain the social issues and 10
analyze them using the assigned social science
approaches
Analysis Analysis was clear and concise based on the data 6
presented.
Organization The paper was well-written with ideas easily conveyed 4
to readers.
Total 20

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HUMSS_DIS11-IVh-6

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Attachment Number 1: POPSICLE FLOWCHART
HUMSS_DIS11-IVh-6
MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH: Hunger

Economics SS 1s Insight/Solution
Employment opportunities to
alleviate hunger
SS 2s Insight/Solution

Conditional Cash Transfer

Political INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH: Hunger


Science

Economics

Insight/solution

Aggressive
government
subsidy
Political
Science

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Rubric for Differentiated Task: (HUMSS- DIS 11-IVi-8)

Criteria Poor (5pts) Fair (10 pts) Good (15pts)


Quality of Content Content is not accurately Adequate coverage of the topic. Complete coverage of the topic.
portrayed
Quality of Scenario Scenario was not realistic, Scenario was realistic and class- Scenario was realistic, class-
inappropriate for class or poorly appropriate, concepts could be appropriate, well-developed. It
developed. identified. clearly incorporated concepts.
Organization Presentation was not well- Presentation was fairly well- Presentation was well-organized.
organized. organized.
Impact Presentation failed to engage the Presentation engaged the Presentation fully engaged the
student audience student audience. student audience.
Presentation Skills None of the presenters spoke Most presenters spoke with All presenters spoke with
with appropriate eye contact, appropriate eye contact, volume, appropriate eye contact, volume,
volume, tone, use of pauses, tone, use of pauses, and tone, use of pauses, and
gestures, etc. None of the gestures. Most presenters were gestures. All presenters were
presenters appeared prepared or well-prepared and spoke with well-prepared and spoke with
confident. confidence. confidence.

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Rubric for Collage Artwork: (HUMSS- DIS 11-IVi-8)
Category 20 15 10 5
Creativity Several of the graphics or One or two of the graphics One or two graphics or The student did not make or
objects used in the collage or objects used in the objects were made or customize any of the items
reflect an exceptional collage reflect creativity in customized by the student, on the collage.
degree of student creativity their creation and/or display. but the ideas were typical
in their creation and/or rather than creative.
display.
Design Graphics are trimmed to an Graphics are trimmed to an Graphics have been Graphics are untrimmed or
appropriate size and appropriate size and trimmed to an appropriate of inappropriate size and/or
interesting shape and are interesting shape and are size and interesting shape, shape. It appears little
arranged well, some in front arranged with some items in but the arrangement of attention was given to
and some behind. Care has front and others behind. The items is not very effective. It designing the collage.
been taken to balance the canvass, however, does not appears there was not a lot
pictures across the canvass. appear balanced. of planning of the item
placement.
Attention to Theme The group gives a The group gives a The group gives a fairly The groups explanations are
reasonable explanation of reasonable explanation of reasonable explanation of weak and illustrate difficulty
how every item in the how most items in the how most items in the in understanding how to
collage is related to the collage are related to the collage are related to the relate items to the assigned
assigned theme. For most assigned theme. For many assigned theme. theme.
items, the relationship is of the items, the relationship
clear without explanation. is clear without explanation.
Number of Items The collage includes 15 or The collage includes 10-14 The collage includes 9 The collage contains fewer
more items, each different. different items. different items. than 9 different items.
Titles and Text Titles and text were written Titles and text were written Titles and text were written Titles/and or text are hard to
clearly and were easy to clearly and were easy to clearly and were easy to read, even when the reader
read from a distance. Text read close-up. Text varied in read close-up. There was is close.
varied in color, size and/or color, size, and/or style for little variation in the
style for different text different text elements. appearance of text.
elements.

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(HUMSS- DIS 11-IVi-8)

Legend:

4 = 20 pts 3 = 15 pts 2= 10 pts 1 = 5 pts

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CLASS B MEMBERS
NAME DIVISION NAME DIVISION
ALONZO, DARWIN C. Science City of Muoz GRAFIL, NELITA A. Bulacan
ANGELES, JUAN KRISTOPIER D. Bataan GREGORIO, MARJORIE DG. Bulacan
ANTONIO, WILLY M. Malolos City LADAO, LAWTON O. City of San Jose del Monte
AUSTRIA, EVELYN C. Bulacan LEPASANA, LUIS S City of San Jose del Monte
BACARRO, MARIZEL E. Tarlac LINSANGAN, CHRISTIAN C. Nueva Ecija
BATUL, JURYCAH CAMILLE O. Mabalacat City MADRIAGA, MARK ANTHONY A. Tarlac
BULAONG, LEAH T. Bulacan MANALANG, JOANNA CHRISTIAN M. Pampanga
CALMA, JOSE E. Tarlac MANALOTO, CHRISTIAN B. Angeles City
CANDELARIA, ED ACE D. Nueva Ecija MENDOZA, ALLAN C. Pampanga
CATALAN, ANA GRACIA G. Tarlac MENDOZA, JIM D. City of San Fernando
CAYABYAB, REYNA ROSE B. Tarlac MINOR, WILHELMINA G. City of San Jose del Monte
CRUZ, TROY B. Bataan NISAY, RUBY ANN S. Bataan
DE CASTRO, JOCELYN L. Pampanga NOVESTERAS, BABYLEN V. Tarlac
DE FRANCISCA, MARIA CORAZON N. City of San Jose del Monte ODFEMININA, ARTHUR M. Nueva Ecija
DELA ROSA, JOHN ALBERT R. Bataan PAMINTUAN, FLORENCE IVY F. Tarlac
DELARIARTE, MICHAEL S. Bataan RAMOS, JAY CHRISTIAN M. Bulacan
DIONISIO, CECILIA M. Bulacan REYES, MYRA G. Pampanga
DUYA, FERDINAND M. Tarlac ROLLS, ANN RACHEL T. Zambales
ENRIQUEZ, MA. JOSEPH PATRICK M. City of San Fernando SALVADOR, ROGEL R. Tarlac City
ESCOBAR, ERIC D. Olongapo City SAMANIEGO, ANN LORRAINE L. Bulacan
ESTEBAN, MARIO C. Nueva Ecija SAMPILO, GERONIMO T. San Jose City
ESTINOPO, RHODA J. Olongapo City SUNGA, MARVIN Z. Pampanga
FERNANDO, GRACE ANNE C. Bulacan TABERDO, MA. ELENA N. Tarlac
FRANQUIA, ROLLY B. Baler TALON, VICTORIA P. City of San Jose del Monte
GARCIA, VIVIAN GRACE G. Tarlac VELARDE, SUNDAE SONNET MARICA L. Zambales
GARCIA, ALDRIN NARCISO M. Pampanga VIDAR, MARK KEVIN A. Cabanatuan City
GARCIA, MICHAEL M. Zambales VILLAROZA, HELEN F. Nueva Ecija
GINGA, JONALYN A. Meycauayan City

NOGOY, MARIA CRISTINA H., EPSI Bulacan ULALAN, ROWENA T., EPSII Cabanatuan City
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