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GRADE VII DAILY School Balong National High School Grade Seven

LESSON PLAN Teacher Lino Anthony C. Banatao Subject Music VII


Date and Time December 3, 2018 Quarter 3

I. Objectives
a. Content Standard  The learner demonstrates understanding of the
musical characteristics of representative music
from Mindanao.
b. Performance Standard  The learner performs music of Mindanao with
appropriate expression and style.
c. Learning Competencies/Objectives  Identify the musical characteristics of
representative’s music selections from
Mindanao after listening

 Explain the distinguishing characteristics of


representative music selections of Mindanao in
relation to its culture and geography.
II. Content MUSIC OF MINDANAO
III. Learning Resources
a. References
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages Pg. 93-100
2. Learner’s Guide Pages / Textbooks
Pages
3. Other Learning Resources
IV. Procedures
a. Reviewing previous lessons / Searching Map: Identify places found in Mindanao
presenting the new lesson
Video Presentation: Wow! Mindanao

b. Establishing purpose for the lesson Ask the learners to try guessing the singer and write
down any ethnic instruments they can identify from the
played recording.

Songs: Karaniwang Tao


Banwa Ko
c. Presenting examples/instances of the Picture Presentation: Identify the following
new lesson. instruments.
d. Discussing new concepts and practicing Learners will reflect on the following questions as they
new skills #1 watch and listen to an example of music from
Developing critical thinking of
Mindanao.
learners Music Listening: Maguindanao Bangsamoro: Vocal
Culture and Tradition
a. What do you think is the message of the music?
b. How were the musical instruments used in
bringing about the message?
e. Discussing new concepts and practicing
new skills #2
Listening activity Students identify each sound as Gong or Bamboo

Comparison Instruct students to write down the differences among


the gongs and bamboo Instrument.
Science Integration Film viewing: How does the ear work?
- Identifying sound and parts of the ear

Health Integration
Observing Personal Hygiene on Proper way of cleaning
our ears.

f. Developing mastery (Leads to Identify the function of each Islamic Vocal Music
Formative Assessment 3) a. Lugu
b. Kalangan
c. Ya-ya

Describe the following instrument:


a. Kulintang
b. Suling
c. Gabbang
g. Finding practical application of
concepts and skills in daily living Group Activity: Explore ways of producing
sounds on a variety of sources similar to the
instruments being studied.

h. Making generalization and abstractions


about the lesson Ask:
1. How does music contribute to the culture and
Reflection question for the learners to appreciate the
importance of the activities done. practices among Filipino tribe?
2. What lesson you attain in doing the group
activity

i. Evaluating learning Rubrics for the group activity:

Rhythm – 20%
Pitch – 20 %
Dynamics – 20%
Expression and style – 20%
Tone Quality – 20%
j. Additional activities for application / Movie excerpts watching: “EMIR”
remediation
V. Remarks

VI. Reflections
a. Number of learners who earned 80%
on the formative assessment.
b. Number of learners who acquire
additional activities for remediations.
c. Did the remedial lesson work? No. of
learners who have cope up with the
lesson.
d. Number of learners who continue to
acquire remediation
e. Which of my teaching strategy worked
well? Why did these work?
f. What difficulties did I encounter which
my principal / supervisor can help me
solve?
g. What innovation or localized materials
did I use/discover which I wish to share
with other teachers?

Checked and observed by:

GINA A. GASADAN
School Head Date Observed:_______________________