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GROUP 1: DRR11/12-1a-b-6

I. OBJECTIVES:
A. Content Standard:
The learners demonstrate an understanding of the:
1. Effects of Disaster

B. Performance Standard:
The learners relate the concepts of disaster with daily life.
C. Learning Competency:
Analyze disaster from the different perspectives (physical, psychological, socio-cultural,
economic, political and biological).
1. Identify disaster from the different perspectives (physical, psychological, socio-
cultural, economic, political and biological).
2. Describe disaster from the different perspectives (physical, psychological, socio-
cultural, economic, political and biological).
3. Appreciate the different perspectives of disaster. (physical, psychological, socio-
cultural, economic, political and biological)

II. CONTENT: Basic Concepts of Disaster and Disaster Risk

III. LEARNING RESOURCES:
A. References:
1. Protecting Lives, Saving Communities by Emmanuel Luna, pages 4-5
2. Teaching Guide for Senior High School, Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction,
pages 27-28
B. Other Learning Resources:
1. DLP
2. Laptop

IV. PROCEDURE:
A. Reviewing previous lesson
 Recall the locations/areas exposed to hazards that may lead to disasters.
 Games. (Picture Analysis)
The teacher will project pictures that are exposed to hazards and the students will
identify the disaster it may cause.
B. Establishing Purpose of the New Lesson
 Message Relay
Direction:
1. Form a 6 groups with 5 members each.
2. Each group are tasked to deliver the message starting from the first member
down to the last.
3. The message should be in order for them to consider as the winner.
PHYSICAL BIOLOGICAL
ECONOMIC SOCIO-CULTURAL
PSYCHOLOGICAL
POLITICAL
DISASTER

Try to identify: 1. Psychological Emotions 3. each group will enumerate the disaster risk factors. 2. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson. 1. Developing Mastery Group Performance of the above activity F. Physical . Identify the different perspectives of disaster risk. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2: Group Activity: 1. Summarize the topic on different perspectives of disaster risk. Physical Facilities 2. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1: Unlocking difficulties: The teacher will discuss the following terms. H. Socio-cultural Society and culture 4. Describe the different perspectives of disaster risk. Evaluating learning Write an essay about how the risk factors concern them personally. Economic Goods and services 5. Group 1: Physical (news reporting) Group 2: Psychological (jingle making) Group 3: Socio-cultural (role playing) Group 4: Economic (concept mapping) Group 5: Political (skit) Group 6: Biological (poster making) E. Based on the different perspectives. Biological Living things D. The students will answer the question: 1. Political Governance 6. Different Perspectives Definition 1. Finding practical application of concepts and skills in daily living. How important is knowing the different perspectives of disaster risk? G. C.

facts. No. REFLECTION: A. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation. Psychological 3. V. C. inaccuracies detract from throughout mechanics are do not affect result correct over all results Degree of Thorough and Substantial Partial or Misunderstanding Understanding complete incomplete or serious misconceptions Degree of Exceptionally Generally Lacks clarity. B. Major Accuracy accurate. REMARKS: VI. No. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers? . minor errors. Unclear. 2. of learners who have caught up with the lesson. numerous inaccuracies. Economic 5. Political 6. Additional activities for the application or remediation (assignment) A. Rubric Content 5 4 3 2 Degree of Completely Generally Inaccurate. Biological risk factors that either affect or not affect them. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these work? F. Clarity clear. Did the remedial lessons work? No. No. Enumerate elements exposed to hazards and define each. significant errors concepts. easy to clear. all accurate. of learners who continue to require remediation. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can help me solve? G. D. Socio-cultural 4. of learners require additional activities for remediation who scored below 80%. E. able to difficult to impossible to follow follow follow follow Degree of Independently With With With Independence minimal moderate considerable -Students assistance assistance assistance successfully required required required completes the task I.