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SAN PEDRO COLLEGE

12 C. Guzman St., Davao City

TEACHING GUIDE

Teacher: ANTONIO C. CAYETANO


Learner: Grade-12
Date: April 22, 2018
Core Subject Title: Understanding Culture, Society and Politics

Content Standard: the agents/ institutions, processes, and outcomes of cultural,


political, and social change

Performance Standard: Advocate how human societies should adapt to such


changes

Topic: Responding to social, political, and cultural change


1. Inclusive Citizenship and participatory governance

Learning Competencies:

a. develop a plan of action for community-based response to


change

Introduction/ Activity 1: “PAINT ME A PICTURE”


Motivation (10
minutes) Direction: Divide a class into four (4) groups. Each group will
execute/portray a picture out of the message/s given by the
Preliminary teacher.
Activities
 Prayer 1. Responsible and productive citizen
 Attendance 2. A government leader promote general welfare of the
people
3. Nationalism and patriotism
4. Bayanihan
5. Popular participation in policy making
6. Responsive and sensitive state
7. An informed citizenry

Guide Questions
1. What do you think are the qualities of being a leader
and a citizen?

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2. What are the functions of the state to its citizens and
vice versa?

Instruction/Deli Activity 2: “THINK, PAIR AND SHARE”


very
(2 hours) Direction: The students will select a partner. Each partner will
brainstorm the ideas related to the topic given and share it to
the class.

Guide Questions:
1. What are the models available to guide us in actively
participating in governance?
2. As a youth, what can you contribute for the progress of
our country?

Practice (20 Activity 3: “WORKSHEET”


minutes)
Direction:

a. Described your immediate community and enumerate


four (4) changes that you observed in it that happened in
the last five years.
b. Name ways of how we respond to social, cultural, or
political changes collectively as human communities?

Event 1
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Event 2

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Event 3
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Event 4
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Enrichment (25 Activity 4: “PASS THE BALL”


minutes)
Direction: The ball will pass to every students while the music is
playing. When the music will stop, the person or students
holding the ball will answer the question/s.

1. How do you promote peace and order in your


community?
2. If you were the president of the Republic of the
Philippines, what law would you like to implement to
eradicate poverty, unemployment and environmental
hazards of our country?
3. Identify one common problem nowadays in your
community and give solution to it.
4. If you were one of the executive/cabinet secretaries (e.g.
DOH, DPWH, DOTR, DOC, DOJ, DENR), what program/s
would you like to implement in our country?
5. Formulate an advocacy plan that addresses a problem
caused by social, political or cultural changes.
6. How do human societies adapt and respond to political,
cultural or social changes?
7. Explain the quote from John F. Kennedy “Ask not what
your country can do for you; ask what you can do for
your country.

Evaluation (55 Activity 5: “COMMUNITY ACTION PLAN”


minutes)
Direction: Develop a plan of action for community-based
response to change. Use the suggested format below:

COMMUNTIY ACTION PLAN TEMPLATE

PURPOSE
- What is the need, issue or change?

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 What are the scope, burden and disparities?
- What are the key indicators under review?
 What data sets have been analyzed and what does
the data suggest?
- What assets does the community have to help address
the need?
 What cultural, financial, political, and material
resources can the community leverage to address
the issues/need?

ACTION PLAN
- Briefly describe the planning to date as part of an initial
action step.
 Describe the summit, its stakeholders, and how
they have shaped the action plan.
- What is the timeframe and resources associated with
implementing the action plan?
 Considering the timeframe and community
resources, what are the specific action steps that
will be used to support each strategy?

RESOURCES
- What is the community response in terms of past or
current initiatives as well as interested partners?
 Are there opportunities for synergy or
collaboration?
 Are there lessons learned or best practice
strategies that will help guide this plan?
- What are the fundamental requirements needed to
implement the plan? (e.g., staffing, funding, in-kind
resources, space, training, etc.)
- What are the roles and responsibilities of key
stakeholders? Have key leadership roles been
determined?
- If a plan for funding and/or sustainability exists, please
describe.

OUTCOMES AND MEASUREMENT

- What are the prospective opportunities, as well as


constraints, associated with the project?
- Both in terms of process and outcomes, how will
strategies been measured?
- How will results be shared with the community?

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Produce a copy of this action plan using short bond paper and
place it in a brown folder.

RUBRIC FOR COMMUNITY ACTION PLAN

FEATURES EXPERT(10) ACCOMPLISHED(8) CAPABLE(6) BEGINNER(4)


Quality of Piece was Piece was written in Piece had Piece had no
writing written in an an interesting style little style little style or
extraordinary and voice; somewhat and voice; voice; gives no
style and informative and well- gives some new
voice; very organized information information
informative but in poorly and very poorly
and well- organized organized
organized manner
Description Very clear Clear Acceptable Vague
of the event
Discussion Very clear Clear Acceptable Vague
of the
effects of
the event to
communities
Discussion Very clear Clear Acceptable Vague
of steps
taken by the
community
and
government
to address
the event
Discussion Very clear Clear Acceptable Vague
of the
causes of
the event
Discussion Very clear Clear Acceptable Vague
on how to
address the
causes of
the event in

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the future