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Grades 1 to 12 School MONHS Grade Level 7 Quarter: 4th

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher PETER GABRIEL L. GARRIDO Learning Area Special Program in Sports
Teaching Dates and Time March 4-8, 2019 Checked by JOCELYN PAREJO
I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of concepts an principles in motivation in sports

B. Performance Standards The learner shall be able to understand the concepts and ideas in motivation in sports

I. Learning Monday: March 4, 2019 Tuesday: March 5, 2019 Wednesday: March 6, 2019 Thursday: March 7, 2019 Friday: March 8, 2019
Competencies/Objectives
Write the LC code for each Learning Competency: Learning Competency: Learning Competency: Learning Competency: Learning Competency:
Discuss how to become motivated and
stay motivated

II. Subject Matter Discuss how to become motivated and


stay motivated
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Posters/printouts/handouts
Activity sheets
Strategies Video Presentation
Oral discourse
Written test
Game
III. Procedure
A. Review Directions: Directions: Directions: Directions: Look at picture the teacher Directions: Read and understand the
is showing give your opinion as to what question posted
you see
 Why is the 3R policy important?
B. Motivation     watch the video

Importance What is the video about?


What is the video showing?
Did you learn something from the video

C. Activity Activity:
Charades - you have to "act out" a
phrase without speaking, while the
other members of your team try to
guess what the phrase is. The objective
is for your team to guess the phrase as
quickly as possible (you will grouped
into 4 groups and will be given 30
seconds to guess the word(s))


D. Analysis Analysis:

What is the purpose or use of the items


being described/shown in the game
Development of the lesson Motivation is what drives us to
make the things happen – but
staying motivated isn’t always
easy.

This can help if:

 you want to figure out


your goals and learn
how to achieve them
 you’re feeling
unmotivated

 you want to get stuff


done.

Positive and negative motivation

Motivation is what drives you


towards a goal, gets you up in
the morning, and keeps you
working through a task,
determined to succeed when
things get tough. But
motivation can be both positive
and negative:

 Positive
motivations focus on
the positive things that
will happen when you
take action. For
example: ‘Finishing this
assignment means I’m
only a step away from
being qualified.'
 Negative
motivations focus on
the negative backlash
that will occur if you
don’t take action. For
example: ‘If I don’t
finish this assignment
in the next few hours,
I’ll fail my course.'

Negative and positive


motivations can both be
effective in different
circumstances. However, it’s
much easier to do something
because you actually want to,
rather than because you want
to avoid a particular outcome if
you don’t do it. If you don’t
have a positive plan of action,
using negative motivation can
make you feel helpless and may
even reduce your motivation.

How to become (and stay) motivated

 Set goals. When


you set a goal, you
make a decision to act
in a way that will help
you achieve what you
want. Goals give you a
direction to focus on –
one that’s measurable
and has an endpoint.
This can help you to
stay motivated.
 Choose goals that
interest you. You’re
much more likely to
stay motivated if
you’re working
towards something
that you genuinely
want to do or achieve,
rather than what other
people want for you.

 Find things that


interest you within
goals that
don’t. Sometimes
other people set goals
or tasks for us that we
don’t find interesting
or want to do. So, try
and find something
within that task
that does motivate
you. For example: ‘I
hate maths, but it’s
going to help me
become a builder,
which I want more
than anything.’

 Make your goal


public. If you tell
someone – or write
down – your goal,
you’ve essentially
made a promise to
keep your word.

 Plot your
progress. When you’re
working towards
something, it can be
really motivating if you
can see evidence that
you’re making
progress. Draw or
create a visual
representation of how
you’re coming closer to
achieving the goal
you’ve set yourself.

 Break up your
goal. Start with easier
tasks and work your
way up to bigger
challenges. Breaking
up a task in your mind
into achievable chunks
helps build confidence.

 Use rewards. Promise


yourself some sort of
reward each time you
complete a step/task.

 Don’t do it alone. Join


a class, or find a
teacher or someone
you can share the
experience with. Other
people’s
encouragement to
keep going can be a big
boost to your
motivation, particularly
when you’re doing it
tough.
If you’re really finding it hard

If you’ve tried but failed to get


motivated, then it might help to
talk it through with someone
you trust. Sometimes it can be
hard to achieve things on your
own, so having a good support
network may help when you’ve
taken on a big challenge.

You could also try talking to


a counsellor, who can help you
to work out which motivating
strategies will work best for
you.

D. Abstraction 

E. Application

D. Evaluation:

IV. Agreement  Directions: on a ½ crosswise and


write down your thoughts on “How
important PPE are to your wellbeing
and health:”