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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
GADU NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL NANGALISAN EXTENSION
Nangalisan, Solana, Cagayan

Grade and Section:


Date:
Time:

LESSON PLAN IN PRACTICAL RESEARCH 2

CONTENT: Learning from Others and Reviewing the Literature


CONTENT The learner demonstrates understanding of:
STANDARD: 1. the criteria in selecting, citing, and synthesizing related literature
2. the ethical standards in writing related literature
PERFORMANCE The learner is able to:
STANDARD: 1. select, cite, and synthesize judiciously related literature and use sources
according to ethical standards
LEARNING The learner:
COMPETENCIES: 1. selects relevant literature
2. compare and contrast the two referencing styles; cites related literature
using standard style (APA or MLA)
CODE: CS_RS12-If-j-1; CS_RS12-If-j-2

INSTRUCTIONAL PowerPoint Presentation


MATERIALS/ Activity sheets
REFERENCES: Samples of referencing styles
Baraceros, E. 2016, Practical Research 2, Rex Book Store, pp. 51 61.

PROCEDURE
PRE-ACTIVITY

A. PRAYER
B. CHECKING OF ATTENDANCE
C. REVIEW
D. MOTIVATION
Activity - Deal or No Deal: RRL in Quantitative Research
Directions: Say DEAL if the given statement is true and NO DEAL if otherwise.
1. Reviewing related literature is one of the major activity in research that makes you examine or
study again concepts or ideas related to your research.
2. There are two basic methods of reviewing related literature.
3. Systematic review of related literature happens through sequential steps.
4. Meta-analysis is a kind of RRL in which you re-examine and combine the results of two or more
statistical studies for coming out with a grand total to indicate stronger effects of the research
outcome.
5. Merging of statistical results is applicable to all quantitative research studies.

LESSON PROPER
Presentation
The teacher will present the topic and the learning objective of the lesson.

A. ACTIVITY
Group Activity Critique Me if You Can

Directions: Divide the class into several groups. Give each group four samples of referencing styles to
check and evaluate. Use the given checklist to evaluate the samples.

B. ANALYSIS

Ask the following questions:


1. What are your important observations about the four referencing styles samples?
2. Based on your evaluation, which do you think is a MLA Referencing Style? Which is APA
referencing Style? Why?
C. ABSTRACTION
1. Discuss the two most commonly used referencing styles
Ask the following questions:
1. What makes MLA Referencing Style different from APA Referencing Style?
2. Which of the two is easier to construct? Why?

D. APPLICATION
Group Activity APA System versus MLA System0000
Directions: Decide whether the following aspects is APA System or MLA System. Sort and write them on
the chart provided.
Full surname first, then followed by initials of first and middle name
Full surname first, followed by full first name, and optional initial of the middle name
Italicized title with only the beginning word capitalized (exception: capital for every proper noun)
Underlined or italicized tile with all content words capitalized
Written after the authors name
Written after the publishers name

Aspect APA System MLA System


Writing the Authors name

Writing the title of the reading


material
Writing the copyright date

EVALUATION
Directions: Circle the letter of the correct answer.
1. Meta-analysis supports a review of related literature that is:
a. traditional
b. systematic
c. technical
d. total
2. A systematic review of related literature follows a certain:
a. Theory
b. Method
c. Instruction
d. Model
3. Being honest, truthful, and grateful in doing the review of related literature is practicing:
a. Smartness
b. Cut-and-paste
c. Ethics
d. Individualism
4. Referencing within the body of the paper gives you this research-paper component:
a. Footnotes
b. Bibliography
c. References
d. Citation
5. Quantitative research uses meta-analysis; qualitative research use:
a. Narrative synthesis
b. Discourse synthesis
c. Data analysis
d. Thematic synthesis

ASSIGMENT/AGREEMENT
In a brief reflective essay, express how much you understood the concepts about the RRL in a quantitative
research. Specify which ideas sank into your mind or came to your understanding excellently. Write your
answers in your notebook.

Prepared by:

JAKIE B. UBINA, MST


Teacher II
Gadu National High School Nangalisan Extension
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
GADU NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL NANGALISAN EXTENSION
Nangalisan, Solana, Cagayan

Grade and Section:


Date:
Time:

LESSON PLAN IN DISASTER READINESS AND RISK REDUCTION (DRRR)

TOPIC: Introduction to the Philippine DRRM Law: Implementing Rules and Regulations
CONTENT The learner demonstrates understanding of:
STANDARD: 3. the criteria in selecting, citing, and synthesizing related literature
4. the ethical standards in writing related literature
PERFORMANCE The learner is able to:
STANDARD: 2. select, cite, and synthesize judiciously related literature and use sources
according to ethical standards
LEARNING The learner:
COMPETENCIES: 3. selects relevant literature
4. compare and contrast the two referencing styles; cites related literature
using standard style (APA or MLA)
CODE: CS_RS12-If-j-1; CS_RS12-If-j-2

INSTRUCTIONAL PowerPoint Presentation


MATERIALS/ Activity sheets
REFERENCES: Samples of referencing styles
Baraceros, E. 2016, Practical Research 2, Rex Book Store, pp. 51 61.

PROCEDURE
PRE-ACTIVITY

A. PRAYER
B. CHECKING OF ATTENDANCE
C. REVIEW
D. MOTIVATION
Activity - Deal or No Deal: RRL in Quantitative Research
Directions: Say DEAL if the given statement is true and NO DEAL if otherwise.
6. Reviewing related literature is one of the major activity in research that makes you examine or
study again concepts or ideas related to your research.
7. There are two basic methods of reviewing related literature.
8. Systematic review of related literature happens through sequential steps.
9. Meta-analysis is a kind of RRL in which you re-examine and combine the results of two or more
statistical studies for coming out with a grand total to indicate stronger effects of the research
outcome.
10. Merging of statistical results is applicable to all quantitative research studies.

LESSON PROPER
Presentation
The teacher will present the topic and the learning objective of the lesson.

E. ACTIVITY
Group Activity Critique Me if You Can

Directions: Divide the class into several groups. Give each group four samples of referencing styles to
check and evaluate. Use the given checklist to evaluate the samples.

F. ANALYSIS

Ask the following questions:


3. What are your important observations about the four referencing styles samples?
4. Based on your evaluation, which do you think is a MLA Referencing Style? Which is APA
referencing Style? Why?
G. ABSTRACTION
2. Discuss the two most commonly used referencing styles
Ask the following questions:
3. What makes MLA Referencing Style different from APA Referencing Style?
4. Which of the two is easier to construct? Why?

H. APPLICATION
Group Activity APA System versus MLA System0000
Directions: Decide whether the following aspects is APA System or MLA System. Sort and write them on
the chart provided.
Full surname first, then followed by initials of first and middle name
Full surname first, followed by full first name, and optional initial of the middle name
Italicized title with only the beginning word capitalized (exception: capital for every proper noun)
Underlined or italicized tile with all content words capitalized
Written after the authors name
Written after the publishers name

Aspect APA System MLA System


Writing the Authors name

Writing the title of the reading


material
Writing the copyright date

EVALUATION
Directions: Circle the letter of the correct answer.
6. Meta-analysis supports a review of related literature that is:
e. traditional
f. systematic
g. technical
h. total
7. A systematic review of related literature follows a certain:
e. Theory
f. Method
g. Instruction
h. Model
8. Being honest, truthful, and grateful in doing the review of related literature is practicing:
e. Smartness
f. Cut-and-paste
g. Ethics
h. Individualism
9. Referencing within the body of the paper gives you this research-paper component:
e. Footnotes
f. Bibliography
g. References
h. Citation
10. Quantitative research uses meta-analysis; qualitative research use:
e. Narrative synthesis
f. Discourse synthesis
g. Data analysis
h. Thematic synthesis

ASSIGMENT/AGREEMENT
In a brief reflective essay, express how much you understood the concepts about the RRL in a quantitative
research. Specify which ideas sank into your mind or came to your understanding excellently. Write your
answers in your notebook.

Prepared by:

JAKIE B. UBINA, MST


Teacher II
Gadu National High School Nangalisan Extension