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Detailed Lesson Plan

Music 3

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

a. Recognize the harmony in music.

b. Classify and name the hand signal in harmony

c. Explain and state the important of rhythm.

II. Subject Matter

Topic: Getting to know Beat

Reference: K to 12 Our World of Mapeh (Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health)

Hazel P. Cospiano

Emilio S. Jacinto Jr

Ma. Lourdes B. Aguinaldo

Materials: Lyrics songs of “Are you sleeping”, “Row, row, your boat” and “Far health and

Values Integration: Find pleasure and participate actively in the class.

III. Learning Activities

Teachers Activities Pupils Activities

A. Preliminary Activities

Please all stand and let us pray.

Please lead the prayer Louie In the name of the Father and of the Son
and of the Holy Spirit…Amen.
Before you take your seat please pick
up the pieces of paper under your

Good morning class. Good morning teacher.

Who is absent today? None teacher.

Very good!
Yesterday we discussed about the
pentatonic scale that composed of five
tones. They can be used to create
exiting and interesting melodies.

How many tones do we have in

pentatonic scale, Shiela? There are five tones in pentatonic scale

Very good!
They are Do, Re, Mi, So and La.
What are those five scales, Reuel?

Very good!

What about the hand signal? Can you

interpret it, Rica?

Very good!
B. Developmental Activity

Our lesson for today is all about of Harmony is the singing is combination of
harmony. simultaneously sounded musical notes to
produce a pleasing effect and create a full
What is harmony, Eunecy? sound.

Very good!

Do you know the song entitled “ are Yes teacher.

you sleeping”

Let us sing it first.

Are you sleeping, are you sleeping Are you sleeping, are you sleeping, brother
brother John…. John……

What did you notice to the notes of

each syllable, Angela? I noticed that on every syllable there is
corresponding notes.

Very good!

What are the measures of those notes, There are half note eight notes and quarter
Lyca? notes.

Very good!

How many syllable in quarter notes, There is one syllable in quarter notes.

Very good!

How about in eight notes, Christy Joy? There is also one syllable in eight notes.

Very good!

How many syllables in half notes, The same as quarter and eight notes.

Very good!

C. Application

Put a check mark (√) on the line, if the

statement tells the proper steps in
singing round songs. If not, put a cross
mark (x).

------------1. Practice the melody of the 1. √

song until you have mastered it.
_______2. Sing as loud as you can so 2. x
that your voice stands out from the

_______3. Concentrate and sing in 3. √


_______4. Sing ahead of the others. 4. x

_______5. Sing softly so you could 5. √

hear your group mates.

D. Generalization

Here are some examples of hand

signals in harmony. Let’s check if you
really understand the lesson. Write the
sofa syllable of the following hand

1. La

2. Mi

3. So
4. Re

5. Do


Very good!

What will happen if we sing without

practicing the melody and the tune of
the song. Are you sure that it will
become beautiful and interesting? Did
the audience feel disappointed or not?
Yes, the audience will fell disappointed
because they expect that our performance
is really good that can catch their attention.
So if it will happen the performer fell
embarrassed and rejected.

What will you do to make your

performance become successful and
First, we need to familiarize and
memorized the lyrics of the song then
concentrate and lastly, imitate well.

Very good!
IV. Evaluation

Get one whole sheet of paper and answer the statement below.

Directions: Match the Column A with Column B. Write the letter on the space provided
before the number.

Column A Column B

______1. It is an organized sound. A. harmony

______2. It is an arrangement of tones in musical lines. B. melody

______3. It is arranged either up or down. C. music

______4. It is the singing or playing of two or more tones at the same time. D. tone

______5. It is composed of five tones. E. pentatonic scale

V. Assignment

Read and study Unit III expressive elements of music on page 54.