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School ALUBIJID NATIONAL COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 7- GARNET

DAILY LESSON PLAN Teacher LORRAINE O. UY Subject TLE- BREAD AND PASTRY
Date DECEMBER 18-22, 2017 Quarter 3RD
Time 7:30- 8:30 AM

SESSION 1 SESSION 2 SESSION 3 SESSION 4 SESSION 5


I. Objective To identify hazards and risk in a To identify hazards and risk in a To identify hazards and risk in a To identify hazards and risk in a
workplace. workplace. workplace. workplace.
A. Content Standard Demonstrate understanding of/ on:
 Hazards and risks identification and control
 Occupational health and safety (OHS) indicators
 Personal hygiene and proper hand washing
B. Performance Standard  Workplace hazards and risks are identified and clearly explained.
 Hazards / risks and their corresponding indicators are identified in line with company procedures.
 Contingency measures are recognized and established in accordance with organizational procedures.
C. Learning Competencies Identify hazards and risks Identify hazards and risks Identify hazards and risks Identify hazards and risks
II. CONTENT Practice Occupational Health and Safety Procedures
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References K-12 Curriculum Guide K-12 Curriculum Guide K-12 Curriculum Guide K-12 Curriculum Guide
p. 5 p. 5 p. 5 p. 5
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages P. 17 P. 17 P. 17 P. 17
2. Learner’s Materials Pages PP. 55-61 pp. 55-61 pp. 55-61 pp. 55-61
3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Materials from Learning
Resources
B. Other Learning Resources Handout, Pictures Handout, Pictures Handout, Pictures Handout, Pictures
IV. PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing previous lesson or What is the importance of What is the importance of What is the importance of What is the importance of
presenting the new lesson “proper storage of tools? “proper storage of tools? “proper storage of tools? “proper storage of tools?

B. Establishing a purpose for the Ask the students about this Ask the students about this Ask the students about this Ask the students about this
lesson question: question: question: question:
(Motivation)  Are you aware of OHS?  Are you aware of OHS?  Are you aware of OHS?  Are you aware of OHS?
Showing pictures of Showing pictures of Showing pictures of Showing pictures of
examples of hazards examples of hazards examples of hazards examples of hazards
C. Presenting Examples/ instances
of new lesson
(Presentation) (Pictures will be shown) (Pictures will be shown) (Pictures will be shown) (Pictures will be shown)
D. Discussing new concepts and Discuss to the class the Discuss to the class the Discuss to the class the Discuss to the class the
practicing new skills #1 following: following: following: following:
(Modeling) 1. Safety hazards 1. Safety hazards 1. Safety hazards 1. Safety hazards
2. Biological hazards 2. Biological hazards 2. Biological hazards 2. Biological hazards
3. Economic hazards 3. Economic hazards 3. Economic hazards 3. Economic hazards
4. Ergonomic hazards 4. Ergonomic hazards 4. Ergonomic hazards 4. Ergonomic hazards
5. Physical hazards 5. Physical hazards 5. Physical hazards 5. Physical hazards
6. Psychological hazards 6. Psychological hazards 6. Psychological hazards 6. Psychological hazards
Discussing between hazard Discussing between hazard Discussing between hazard and Discussing between hazard
and risk: and risk: risk: and risk:
Hazard- is a term used to describe Hazard- is a term used to describe Hazard- is a term used to describe Hazard- is a term used to describe
E. Discussing new concepts and something that has the potential to something that has the potential to something that has the potential to something that has the potential to
practicing new skills # 2 cause harm or adverse effects to cause harm or adverse effects to cause harm or adverse effects to cause harm or adverse effects to
individuals. individuals. individuals. individuals.
(Guided Practice)
Risk- is the chance or probability Risk- is the chance or probability Risk- is the chance or probability that Risk- is the chance or probability
that a person will be harmed or that a person will be harmed or a person will be harmed or that a person will be harmed or
experience an adverse health experience an adverse health experience an adverse health effects experience an adverse health
effects caused by a hazard. effects caused by a hazard. caused by a hazard. effects caused by a hazard.
Let the students cite examples Let the students cite examples Let the students cite examples of Let the students cite examples
F. Developing mastery
of hazards they have known of hazards they have known and hazards they have known and of hazards they have known and
(Independent Practice)
and encountered. encountered. encountered. encountered.
G. Finding practical applications Group activity: Group activity: Group activity: Group activity:
of concepts and skills Let each group give examples Let each group give examples Let each group give examples Let each group give examples
(Application/ Valuing) of hazards and identify the of hazards and identify the of hazards and identify the of hazards and identify the
sources. sources. sources. sources.
Ask the students the following Ask the students the following Ask the students the following Ask the students the following
questions: questions: questions: questions:
H. Making generalizations and -What are the different types -What are the different types of -What are the different types of -What are the different types of
abstractions about the lesson of workplace hazards? workplace hazards? workplace hazards? workplace hazards?
(Generalization) -Why we need to be aware of -Why we need to be aware of -Why we need to be aware of the -Why we need to be aware of
the different hazards? the different hazards? different hazards? the different hazards?

I. Evaluating Learning Match column A with Column Match column A with Column Match column A with Column Match column A with Column
B: B: B: B:
A A A A
__1. Is the chance or the probability __1. Is the chance or the probability __1. Is the chance or the probability __1. Is the chance or the probability
that a person will be harmed. that a person will be harmed. that a person will be harmed. that a person will be harmed.
__2. Caused by organism such as __2. Caused by organism such as __2. Caused by organism such as viruses, __2. Caused by organism such as
viruses, bacteria fungi and parasites. viruses, bacteria fungi and parasites. bacteria fungi and parasites. viruses, bacteria fungi and parasites.
__3. Is a source of potential __3. Is a source of potential __3. Is a source of potential knowledge. __3. Is a source of potential knowledge.
knowledge. knowledge. __4. Safety hazard __4. Safety hazard
__4. Safety hazard __4. Safety hazard __5. Vapor or gaseous substance. __5. Vapor or gaseous substance.
__5. Vapor or gaseous substance. __5. Vapor or gaseous substance.
B B B B
a. Biological hazards a. Biological hazards a. Biological hazards a. Biological hazards
b. Hazards b. Hazards b. Hazards b. Hazards
c. Risks c. Risks c. Risks c. Risks
d. Unsafe workplace d. Unsafe workplace d. Unsafe workplace d. Unsafe workplace
e. Chemical hazards e. Chemical hazards e. Chemical hazards e. Chemical hazards

J. Additional activities for application


or remediation
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
B. No. of Learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who have
caught up with the lesson.
D. No. of learners who continue
to require remediation
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well? Why did
these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter which my principal or
supervisor can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with other
teachers?

SUBMITTED BY:

LORRAINE O. UY
TEACHER- 1

CHECKED BY:
MR. REX ROXAS
HEAD TEACHER