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School SAN ROQUE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 12 Pascal, Archimedes,

Socrates
Teacher Christine Ann T. Juguan Learning Introduction to World
Area Religions and Belief
DAILY LESSON Systems
LOG Teaching September 3, 2018 Quarter 2nd Quarter
Date and 8:45 – 9:45
Time 1-00 – 2:00
3:00 – 4:00

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standard The learner demonstrates understanding of the elements of
Islam: a. founder, b. sacred texts, c. doctrines, d. God, e.
practitioners, f. Issues
B. Performance Standard The learner conducts a panel discussion on Muslim beliefs
and practices (when possible inviting a Muslim).
C. Learning Competency/Objectives K - Retell the life and times of Prophet Muhammad
(KSA) S - Explain: The core teaching of Islam is there is only one
Write the LC code for each. God and Muhammad is His final and greatest messenger.
A – Show love of truth in understanding the message of Islam.
II. CONTENT Islam doctrines, God, practitioners, and issues.
III. LEARNING RESOURCES • Curriculum Guide
• Chalkboard / Computer Lab, Paper, Ballpen
A. References • Reference: Introduction to World Religions and Belief
Systems by Cornelio, Calano, and Sapitula
B. Other Learning Resource
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or • Opening Prayer
presenting the new lesson • Attendance Checking
• Students will be asked to recall the discussion about Islam,
specifically about their founder, Prophet Mohammad. This will
be done through oral recitation.
B. Establishing a purpose for the
lesson

1. What do you see in the picture?


2. How many Muslims have you seen wearing the same thing
on their head?
3. What does this say about the Islam religion?
C. Presenting examples/Instances of The teacher will present pictures related to Islam. Students
the new lesson will discuss how these pictures are relate to Islam.

D. Discussing new concepts and Last week, groups were assigned to research on the following
practicing new skills # 1 topics:
c. doctrines, d. God, e. practitioners, f. Issues

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After each group has reported, they will conduct a 10-item
quiz about their report.
After the report, the following questions will be asked by the
teacher:
c. doctrines
- What are the practices of Islam? How are these practices
reflective of Islam? What are the bases of these practices?
(Bases are the 5 pillars of Islam already discussed last week).
d. God
- What roles does God portray in the foundation of the Islam
religion?
e. practitioners
- Who are the practitioners of Islam? What gave birth to such
practitioners? How does every practitioner vary from each
other?
f. issues
- What issues are present in Islam? What brought about these
issues? How are these issues related to Islam? How are the
Muslims addressing these issues?
E. Discussing new concepts and
practicing new skills # 2 After all the reports are done, students will answer the
following questions through a play of cabbage relay.
Students will sing a song as the cabbage is passed around.
“If we link our little hands, with friends from other lands, we
will form a lovely rainbow that will bring a bright tomorrow.”

-Who is Muhammad? Narrate the important events in the life


of Muhammad.
-Who communicated with Muhammad in his reflections in the
mountains? What does this God communicate to
Muhammad?
-What message has Muhammad brought to the people of
Mecca?
-Why do you believe is the Islam religion strict in their
practices?
-What do you think is the core teaching of Islam?
-Discuss the core teaching of Islam which is: there is only one
God and Muhammad is His final and greatest messenger.

F. Developing mastery Through oral recitation, students will answer the following
(leads to Formative Assessment WH-questions:
3)
Sample questions:
-Who are the practitioners?
-What are the 5 pillars of Islam? Give a brief explanation
about it.
G. Finding practical application of Based on your learnings of Islam, has your perception of
concepts and skills in daily living Muslims in our society changed? How has it changed?

H. Making generalizations and -Recall the information gathered in the discussion about
abstractions about the lesson Islam.
-In groups of three, students will fill in the diagram below:
Detail Detail Detail

Generalization

Students will be asked to share their answers in front.

I. Evaluating learning With a group, students will be given a cut out of a person
labeled “I am a Muslim) and some sticky notes.
Students will be asked to write down in the sticky notes their
learnings of Islam based on what an Islam thinks (head), what

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an Islam believes (heart), what an Islam does (hands and
feet).
They are to paste these sticky notes in the proper places
(head, heart, and hands).

Some groups will be given a cut out of a man while some will
be of a woman. This is for the students to distinguish the
different roles given to men and women in Islam.

Students will share their outputs in front.

J. Additional activities for application Assignment: Study for a test on Friday.


or remediation Topic: Islam (foundation to issues)

V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in
the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional
activities for remediation who scored
below 80%
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?