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Grade Level: Grade 7

DAILY KAUNLARAN HIGH SCHOOL Learning English


LEARNING Phase I, Kaunlaran Village North Bay Boulevard South
VII
City of Navotas
Area:
PLAN
(DLP) First
Grading: Grading
TEACHER: ARIANE AVON G. DEL ROSARIO
DATE DAY SECTION/S TIME

HE 3 SENIOR HIGH 7:00-8:00


August 29 Wednesday MARANGAL (5) 8:20 - 9:20
August 29 Wednesday MASUNURIN (9) 10:20 – 11:20
August 29 Wednesday MAGALANG (11) 12:30 – 1:30
August 29 Wednesday MASIKAP (16) 1:30 - 2:30

Module 2: How Others See Me


Topic 1-How I View Myself/ How Others View Me
OBJECTIVES:
A. Identify the different kinds of conflict;
B. Discriminate the literary conflict presented in the given dialogue and situation; and
C. Share with peers the knowledge acquired through active participation in the classroom discussion and activities.
The learner demonstrates understanding of: Philippine literature during the period of Apprenticeship as a
means of examining conflicts; various purposeful listening and viewing strategies; differences between
D. Content literal and figurative language; ways to extract and condense information based on library sources; verbal
Standards and non-verbal cues in oral communication; and types of phrases, clauses, and sentences.

The learner transfers learning by: resolving conflict presented in literary selections; using tools and
mechanisms in locating literary resources; extracting information and noting details from texts to write a
E. Performance
precis, summary, or paraphrase; distinguishing between and using literal and figurative language and
Standards verbal and non-verbal cues; use phrases, clauses, and sentences meaningfully and appropriately.

F. Learning The learner…


Discover the conflicts presented in literary selections and the need to resolved those conflicts in
Competencies no-violent ways EN7LT-ll-a-4
II-CONTENT
A. Topic LITERARY CONFLICT
B. Level Know
C. Domain Literature
D. Learning
Instructional materials
Resources
1. References Grade 7 Learning Package page 165
2. Other
Learning
Resources
III-PROCEDURE\\
A. Routine Prayer, Checking of Attendance/ Cleanliness of the room

B. Recalling
previous
Learning

C. Establishing a
purpose for the
lesson

Questions
D. Presenting the 1. Why do you think the two boys in the picture are brawling?
new lesson 2. Give possible situations why people are hostile to one another.
Conflict – is a struggle between opposing forces that is the basis of plot in dramatic and narrative literature.
Types of Conflict:
1. External Conflict takes place outside of the body
There are four types of external conflict
A. Man vs. Man
- The struggle is between two or more characters in the story.
B. Man vs. Nature
- This type of conflict pits a story's main character or characters against a natural force such as
a flood, predatory animal, or disease epidemic.

E. Discussing new C. Man vs. Society


- In many stories, the protagonist battles against element of government or culture.
concepts and D. Man vs. Technology
practicing new - How man abuses technology which leads to disastrous outcome
skills 2. Internal Conflict takes place inside the body of the character; behavior, perception, attitude,
extreme emotions
There are two types of internal conflict
A. Man vs. Self
- The struggle or opposition is within one character--making a tough decision, for example. A
character struggling to overcome fear, addiction, emotional damage or other crippling
personal issue.
B. Man vs. God / Faith
- The struggle is the belief of the existence or non-existence of God. Also, the struggle of
believing and non-believing.

Decide what type of conflict is being illustrated in the following pictures

F. Developing
mastery

G. Making
generalizations
and
Why conflict is important in the development of a story?
abstractions
about the
lesson
Directions: Tell what kind of conflict is being delivered by the lines from various
literary sources.

____1. If she had only proceeded more slowly.


If she had only taken the Southerly route, avoiding the icebergs. If only the watch
had had a pair of binoculars.”
____2. Charles decided to break all the rules the day he decided to steal that car. He
was immediately arrested and sent to jail to await his trial. He should have known
better than to mess with the “rules.”
H. Evaluation ____3. “I don’t care who you talk to!” screamed Sarah to West. “I just wish I had
never met you!”
____4. “If there is someone listening to me!, The Higher Being, I am a sinner yet I
am praying, begging to you to heal my daughter.”
____5. Tom found a dry spot to sit down in the dark and began to feel guilty over an
argument he had had earlier in the day with his mother in which he had said, “I hope
I never see you again!”

ANSWERS: 1. MAN VS. NATURE 2. MAN VS. SOCIETY 3. MAN VS. MAN
4. MAN VS. GOD/ FAITH 5. MAN VS. SELF
IV. A. AGREEMENT
B. ASSIGNMENT
List down 3 dialogues from the story, “The Centipede by Rony V Diaz” and tell what kind of conflict they
deliver. Notebook
C. REMARKS

D. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who SECTION/S
earned a score of 1 to 50 Marangal Masunurin Magalang Masikap
in the evaluation? Attendance: Attendance: Attendance: Attendance:
5- _____ 5- _____ 5- _____ 5- _____ 5- _____
4- _____ 4- _____ 4- _____ 4- _____ 4- _____
3- _____ 3- _____ 3- _____ 3- _____ 3- _____
2- _____ 2- _____ 2- _____ 2- _____ 2- _____
1- _____ 1- _____ 1- _____ 1- _____ 1- _____
0- _____ 0- _____ 0- _____ 0- _____ 0- _____

B. No. of learners who require additional activities for


remediation
C. Did the remedial lesson 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
this 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?

MARIA WELMA B. SONGALING


Checked by:
English Department Head
Date:____________