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LESSON PLAN IN

DIFFERENT
METHODS of
learning

SUBMITTED BY:

SHIELA MARIE B. BUSALPA

BSE-III MAPEH

SUBMITTED
TO:

MRS.EMILITA GERONIMO

LECTURER
SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN HEALTH

(DISCUSSION METHOD)

I.OBJECTIVES

Discuss the rights and responsibilities of a consumer.


Reflect on the rights and responsibilities of a consumer.
Perform a short role playing showing the rights and responsibilities of a
consumer.

II.SUBJECT MATTER

Topic: Consumers Rights and Responsibilities.

Reference: Enjoy life with P.E and Health textbook IX pp. 182-185

Materials: laptop, projector, video presentation, speaker.

Valuing: Respect

III. LEARNING ACTIVITIES

A. Daily Routine
Opening prayer
Greetings
Classroom management
Checking of attendance

B. Review
The teacher will ask the students about their previous lesson
in health, which is all about medicinal plants. The students will give an
example of medicinal plant and the disease that it can treat.

C. Motivation
The teacher will play a short video presentation, showing an
argument between the buyer and a seller regarding a product.

D. Lesson Proper
The teacher will discuss the 8 consumer rights, as well as
their responsibilities.
Consumers right:
1. Right to basic needs 3. Right to information
2. Right to safety 4. Right to choose

5. Right to representation 7. Right consumer


environment
6. Right to redress 8. Right to
healthy environment

Consumers responsibilities:

1. Critical awareness
2. Active response
3. Social concern

E. Generalization
After the discussion, the teacher will ask the students about the rights
and responsibilities of a consumer and what they have learned.

F. Application
The teacher will group their students into 3. Given 10 minutes to
prepare, students will have to construct a short role playing about 2-3
minutes regarding to the rights and responsibilities of a consumer.

IV. EVALUATION

1. Enumerate the 8 rights of a consumer.


2. Explain the responsibilities of a consumer in your own words.

V. ASSIGNMENT

Research about the responsibilities of a seller and answer the following


question on your p.e and health textbook pp. 186-187.
Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan about Plants

(Lecture method)

I.OBJECTIVES

At the end of the lesson the pupils are expected to:


Introduce oneself
An swe r th e p re - te st q u e sti on n ai re .
Explain the importance of plants to people and animals.

II.SUBJECT MATTER:
Topic; Introduction on Plants

References: Science and Health VII book pp. 112-115

Materials: Pre-test Questionnaire, chalk, posters, charts

Valuing: Introducing oneself.

III.LEARNING ACTIVITIES

A. Daily Routine
Prayer
Checking of attendance
Introducing one selves
Introducing the concept of study
Administer the pre-test
Administer the perception
B. Motivation:

Asking questions:

1. What are the things you see in your garden?

2. Are plants importance in our lives?

3. What do you think will happen to our lives if there will no plants at all?

C. Lesson Proper:

The teacher will discuss little background on plants, and the importance of
plants to our lives
and in the animals.
D. Generalization:

Review what a plant is and its importance to people and animals.

IV. EVALUATION:

1. In your own words, what is the importance of plants in our daily lives as a
human?
2. How about in the animals?

V.ASSIGNMENT:

Read in advance about the part of the plants on your Science and Health VII
textbook pp.116-119.
SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION GRADE 7

(DEMONSTRATION METHOD)

I.OBJECTIVES

Identify the basic steps in folk dance.


Perform the basic steps in folkdance correctly.
Show interest in executing the basic steps in folkdance.

II.SUBJECT MATTER

Topic: Basic Steps in Folk Dance.

Reference: Fundamental Dance Steps and Music Book pp. 9-12

Materials: Blackboard, chalk, laptop, projector.

Valuing: Appreciate the importance of basic steps.

III.LEARNING ACTIVITIES

A. Daily Routine

Prayer
Greetings
Classroom management
Checking of attendance
Warm-up

B. Review

The teacher will have a recap regarding to the lesson that they
discussed yesterday, and give some questions about the lesson
yesterday.

C. Motivation
The teacher will play a short video presentation that having a
connection with their new topic. The students observe it very well.

D. Lesson Proper
The teacher will discuss the 10 basic steps in folkdance and
these are the following:
Step 1. Saludo step 4. Brush step
Step 2. Close step step 5. Hop step
Step 3. Waltz step 6. Bleking step
Step 7. Slide step step 9. Point step
Step 8. Pivot step step 10. Cross step

E. Generalization

After the discussion, the teacher will show the names of the basic
steps and the students raise their hand and demonstrate it in
front of the class.

F. Application

The teacher will group their students into four for their activity,
and thats activity call show cards.

The students need to identify the basic steps in folk dance, then
each group will write the correct answer in the index card.

IV.EVALUATION

The teacher will group their students, and each group will have to
perform a 2 minutes folkdance using the basic steps with upbeat music.

V. ASSIGNMENT

Answer the following question on your P.E and Health book pp. 35-
39.
Semi Detailed Lesson Plan in MAPEH for Second year

(Problem solving method)

I OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the 60 minutes lesson the students should have;
a Determine their anthropometrics measurements:
1 Body Mass 3. Height
2 Sitting Height 4. Arm Span
b Recorded accurately their data at the physical fitness and the sports
talent form
c Found pleasure in the determining their anthropometric measurements

II SUBJECT MATTER
Topic: Anthropometric Measurement
Materials: chair, ruler, blackboard, chalk, tape measure, index card
Reference: Revised Physical Fitness and Sports Talent Manual

III LEARNING ACTIVITIES


A. Daily routine
Opening Prayer
Checking of attendance
Checking P.E Uniforms
B. Review

The teacher will ask these following question regarding to


the topic that they
Discuss yesterday:
What is Body Mass?
What is sitting height
What is arm span?

C. Motivation
What are your height and weight when you are in grade five?
How about your height when you sit? And even your arm?
Class what do you think is the reason why I task all of you to research
about anthropometric measurement?
The teacher will be given new groups that will determine their body
height and body mass, sitting height and arm span

D. Developmental of the lesson:


1 The teacher will explain the purpose of each kind of test, the
equipment to be used and the procedure for the test.
Why do we need to know the measure of our height and weight or
even the sitting height and arm span?
Ok class now I will group you in four groups each group will send to
the different station and you should have to finish the task that they
assign to you. Using the materials like tape measure and etc.
I would like you to record your analysis on the index card.
Class who among you knows how to measure the height, body
mass, sitting height and arm span?
2 The teacher will be assigned to station in which they moved and
start the test.
The first group will be test is the group one and they will give 10
minutes to finish all the station.
3 The students will proceed to the next station until all station have
been taken up.
First station: Measuring Height
Second station: Measuring Body mass
Third station: Measuring Sitting Height
Fourth station: Measuring arm span
E. Generalization
The students will determine their anthropometric
measurements with accuracy.
IV EVALUATION:
Recording of the Anthropometric measurements.

Group Height Body Mass Sitting Arm Span


height
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4

V ASSIGNMENT:

Do the test that we discussed to the other levels and write down the
results in a bond paper and bring P.E uniform.