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Grades 1 to 12 SCHOOL Majada In National High School GRADE LEVEL NINE

Daily Lesson Log TEACHER DIXSON GUMAPAC/ JAYSON MALINAO LEARNING AREA ARTS
TEACHING DATES AND TIME August 1 - 5, 2016(Daffodils: 8:45 – 9:45, Zenia, 9:45 – 10:45, QUARTER FOURTH
Carnation: 12:45 – 1:45, Chrysanthemum: 1:45 – 2:45, Hibiscus: 2:45 – 3:45)

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY


I. OBJECTIVES
A. CONTENT STANDARDS  The learner understand the role of theatrical elements (sound, music, gesture movement and costume) in the creation of Western Classical
plays and opera which influenced by history and culture
 The learner theatre and performance as a synthesis of arts.
B. PERFORMANCE  The learner Create appropriate theatre play/opera costume and accessories and improves appropriate sound, music, gesture, movements and
STANDARDS costume for a chosen theatrical composition
 The learner Take part in a performance of a selected piece from Western Classical plays and opera
 The learner Identify selected theatrical forms from the different art periods
C. LEARNING COMPETENCIES/ (A9EL-Iva-1)  The students will show the
OBJECTIVES (Write the LC code for  The learner Research on the history of the theatrical forms and their evolution. influences of Western Classical
each) (A9EL-IVb-2) plays or opera on Philippine
 The learner Identify the elements and principles of arts as manifested in Western Classical plays and theatrical performances
opera. interms of form and content of
(A9EL-IVc-3) story
 The learners will define what makes some selected Western plays and opera visually unique. (A9PR-IVh-6)
(A9PL-IVc-1)

II. CONTENT  Greek Theater  Medieval Theater  Baroque Theater


 Roman Theater  Renaissance Theater  Neoclassical Theater Famous Filipino Playwrights
 Romantic Theater
III.
LEARNING List all the materials to be used in different days. Varied sources of materials sustain children’s interest in the lesson and in learning. Ensure that there is
RESOURCES a mix of concrete and manipulative materials as well as paper – based materials. Hands – on learning promotes concept development.
A. REFERENCES
1. Teacher’s Guide pages pp 310-314 pp 314-318 pp 319-323 pp 338-341
2. Learner’s Material pp 264-267 pp 267-271 pp 272-276 pp 291-294
pages
Agapay, N.,C.,(2006) Music, Arts, P.E. and Health, Making Us Fully Equipped in the 21st Century. LightQuest Publications, Inc.(pp.127-133)National Highway, Paciano,
3. Textbook pages Calamba City.

4. Additional Materials from


Learning Resource (LR) portal

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https://www.youtube.com https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v
/watch?v=WWwklCca0yQ eval_theatre =nrQuZ0a65EU

B. OTHER LEARNING https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rena https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categ


REFERENCES issance_theatre ory:Filipino_dramatists_and_playwri
ghts

https://youtu.be/MVzyUHvmTa4

IV. PROCEDURES
A. REVIEWING PREVIOUS Learners will give the Learners will define the following; Using pictures, Ask the Video presentation of the world’s
LESSON OR PRESENTING definition of Classicism, Skene- students to identify if the famous Theater play
NEW LESSONS Neoclassicism and Parodos- image shows connection either
Romanticism. Chariot- Medieval Theater or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v
Renaissance Theater =nrQuZ0a65EU
Launch the new topic (5mins)
“WESTERN CLASSICAL (5mins) After watching the video, ask three
PLAYS/OPERA” students to choose his/her favorite
Learners will answer the Theater play from the video
question “What springs to presentation and allow him/her to
mind when you hear the explain why.
world Theater?”
Learners will answer the question
(5mins) “What’s the best thing you’ve ever
seen at the theater? “

(10mins)

B. ESTABLISHING A PURPOSE
FOR THE LESSON “Evolution of Theater” POP UP MINDS BOX OF SURPRISES Listening activity
using a time line graph What pops up to your mind when Provide a box with the “Ikaw Lamang” words and music

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from Greek to Romantic you hear the name or the word...? following materials by; Robert W. Villafuerte
Period and pictures as JUGGLERS -curtain -flash light https://youtu.be/MVzyUHvmTa4
representation of PUPPETEERS -pulley -toy soldier
Theatrical forms let the ADAM AND EVE -mask the teacher will relate the music to
students classify the PANTOMIME -orchestra(picture) the next ac
following images into their SHAKESPEARE PLAY MAPEH WHEEL of FORTUNE
respective periods. BALLET Students will
(10mins) relate the following to (15mins)
Ask the students how they Theater.
were able to able to classify (10mins)
the images to their
respective periods.
(10mins)

C. PRESENTING EXAMPLES /
INSTANCES OF THE NEW LESSON Teacher will locate the The teacher will relate the words Teacher will enumerate popular
pictures to where it should and names of the following to the Filipino plays and opera.
belong. Medieval and Renaissance Theater

D. DISCUSSING NEW
CONCEPTS AND PRACTICING NEW Teacher will describe the Teacher will determine the Teacher will differentiate Teacher will present a short
SKILLS Greek Theater, its history uniqueness of Medieval Theater Baroque Theater, Neoclassical biography of the following Filipino
and the three main and Renaissance Theater Theater and Romantic Theater. theater artists using pictures.
elements of it.  Francisco Balagtas y de la Cruz
 Severino R. Reyes
(20mins) (20mins) (20mins)  Dr. Ricardo G. Abad
 Salvador F. Bernal
(20mins)

E. CONTINUATION OF The teacher will show a Using pictures as clues, Students Teacher will show a video
DISCUSSING NEW CONCEPTS AND video presentation of the will recall the discussion by presentation of the Evolution
PRACTICING NEW SKILLS eruption of mouth restating the relation of the picture of Theater and use it to deepen
Vesuvius discuss and relate to the topic student understanding about
the video about the story (5mins) the topic
of the Romantic Theater .
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https://www.youtube.com https://www.youtube.com/wat
/watch?v=WWwklCca0yQ ch?v=_iShdvdBqk4
(10mins) (5mins)
F. DEVELOPING MASTERY Students will differentiate Students will compare and contrast
(LEADS TO FORMATIVE the Greek Theater to Medieval Theater and Renaissance
ASSESSMENT 3) Romantic Theater using rap Theater using the table below Students will list down influences of
(include the difference in Western Classical opera on
the composition) Theater Themes Stage Performers Philippine theatrical performance
(15mins)
(5mins)
(10mins)
G. FINDING PRACTICAL Student’s HUGOT TIME; Students will relate the Medieval Students will compare the Students will relate the following
APPLICATIONS OF THE CONCEPTS “If you will be a part of the Theater and Renaissance theatre to Evolution of Western Classical western art to Philippine setting
AND SKILLS IN DAILY LIVING Greek Theater what will it our Philippine Sarswela Opera to the evolution of (5 minutes)
be and why?” (5mins) Filipino Stage acts
(5mins) (5mins)
H. MAKING Students will recall the lesson of Learners will share their ideas
GENERALIZATIONS AND the day, explaining how Medieval about the Evolution of Western
ABSTRACTIONS ABOUT THE theater develops into Renaissance Classical Theater from Greek to
LESSON theater. Romantic Plays/Opera.
(5mins) (10mins)

I. EVALUATING LEARNING Enumerate the following Score the Medieval and Give the meaning of the Students will name at least two
1-3 Types of Greek Drama Renaissance table following Filipino Playwrights.
2-5 Usual themes for 1. decorum (5mins)
Roman Theater 2.melos
(5mins) 3.dran
4.libretto
5.opera
(5mins)

J. ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES Provide a picture of Write what you know about; Name 5 words you remember
FOR APPLICATION AND Epidaurus and let the 1.Medieval Theater about Baroque Neoclassic and
REMEDIATION student Label the parts of 2. Renaissance Theater Romantic Theater
theater
K. ASSIGNMENT Ask the students to read/
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research synopsis about
Oedipus Rex or
Romeo And Juliet
L. REMARKS
M. REFLECTION Reflect on your teaching and assess yourself as a teacher. Think about your student’s progress this week. What works? What else needs to be done to help the students learn? Identify what
help your instructional supervisors can provide for you so when you meet them, you can ask them relevant questions.
A. NO. OF LEARNERS WHO EARNED
80% IN THE EVALUATION
B. NO. OF LEARNERS WHO REQUIRE
ADDITIONAL 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 STRATEGIES
WORKED WELL? WHY DID THESE WORK?
F. WHAT DIFFICULTIES DID I
ENCOUNTER WHICH MY PRINCIPAL OR
SUPERVISOR HELPED ME SOLVED?
G. WHAT INNOVATION OR
LOCALIZED MATERIALS DID I USE /
DISCOVER WHICH I WISH TO SHARE WITH
OTHER TEACHERS?
*For improvement, enhancement and / or clarification of any DEPED material used, kindly submit feedback to bld.tld@deped.gov.ph

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