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School Jose Lim Ho National High School Grade Level 12

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Rizalyn T. Garcia - Panaga Learning Area Trends, Networks and Critical Thinking
in the 21st Century
Teaching Dates and Time August 20 – 24, 2018 Quarter II

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


I. OBJECTIVES
The learner understands the meaning and dimensions of democracy.
A. Content Standards

Using any form of oral presentation, the learner explains creatively the ill effects of undemocratic practices related to factors such as gender biases, poverty,
B. Performance Standards political marginalization, racial inequality, cultural domination, crisis of representation and politics of recognition.

C. Learning Competencies/ Explain the importance of Explain the importance of Distinguish/differentiate participatory Distinguish/differentiate participatory
Objectives participation in democracy participation in democracy from representative democracy from representative democracy
Write the LC code for HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-5 1. Define democratic 1. Define representative
each participation. democracy. HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-5
HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-5 HUMSS_MCT12-IIa-c-5

Participation in Democracy Democratic Participation Representative Democracy Participative vs Representative


II. CONTENT Democracy

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning Resources Dela Cruz, R. & Dela Cruz, R. (2017). Wired! Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking Skills in the 21st Century. Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking
Phoenix Publishing House Inc.: Quezon City. Pp. Skills in the 21st Century
https://www.google.com.ph/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwikzfHs7ubTAhUCUZQKHQ1gAK Dela Cruz, R.T. and Dela Cruz R.P.
wQjRwIBw&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.linkedin.com%2Fpulse%2Fmastering-consensus-sale-dan- (2017) Phoenix Publishing House Inc.,
sixsmith&psig=AFQjCNEd8PG6kS1PVBjLhzM3O1eaF_AqgA&ust=1494558604954926
https://www.google.com.ph/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjD8IWZ7-
Quezon City
bTAhVBipQKHf9gCDcQjRwIBw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thedailystar.net%2Flaw-our-rights%2Fminority-rights-1319188&psig=AFQjCNH- Page 92-93
jGSNsu3Jqot9I-zsS0SL7njkXw&ust=1494558677264158 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKbnyL
https://www.google.com.ph/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiogPLn7- KLHbo
bTAhXFk5QKHe9SBNgQjRwIBw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.unityoftheoaks.org%2F&psig=AFQjCNGniX5iSI7srcib7VdAerJNyxu1nQ&ust=14
94558856184759
https://www.google.com.ph/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjDoqDH8ObTAhUBW5QKHZW
OD8kQjRwIBw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fdailytimes.com.pk%2Fblog%2F05-Mar-17%2Fgender-equality-a-dogma&psig=AFQjCNFU-
PDMwxPmTPfSFqNGiJO1tOCb7w&ust=1494559062743817
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Picture Analysis: (5 minutes) Game: Fact or Bluff? (3 minutes) Word Completion. Supply the letters in Jigsaw Puzzle. (5 minutes)
lesson or presenting the Present pictures of practices Identify whether the following each number to complete the missing The students will arrange jumbled
new lesson showing democratic participation. statements are fact or bluff. word: pieces of pictures related to
1. The most important role of the 1. V _ T _ _ G – an act where a representative democracy.
Processing Question: government is to fulfil the people’s group of persons in a community
1. Based on the pictures presented, basic needs legally chooses their leader.
what are the benefits of democratic (fact) (voting)
participation? 2. One of the benefits of democratic 2. _ N _ O L V _ _ E _ T – to have or
participation is to establish unity include as part of something
among members (involvement)
(fact) 3. _ A L _ Y – to join a common
3. Democratic participation cause
emphasizes uniformity rather than to (rally)
promote respect of culture and 4. E _ G A _ _ D – greatly interested
heritage in a certain issue
(bluff) (engaged)
4. Democratic participation should
always nurture the spirit of caring and
sharing
(fact)

B. Establishing a purpose for Activity: Tower Building (10 minutes) Realia: (10 minutes) Activity: Follow the leader (Shagili- Word Juggle. Rearrange the jumbled
the lesson 1. Divide the class into four (4) 1. Show a stick broom to the shapopo) letters to form a word related to the topic
groups. students. Get a piece and break it in 1. A student will be assigned to (5 minutes)
2. Ask each group to build a tall and half. Let the students observe. Then perform body movements which the
strong tower using (10)pieces of get the whole broom and try to break class will follow in sequence. 1. RMEDURFENE (Referendum)
paper. it in front of your students. Let them 2. A student to the right of the 2. EITESPLBIC (Plebiscite)
observe. assigned leader will follow his 3. OENLCIET. (Election)
Processing Questions: movements until the rest of the class 4. PLEPOES ITNIAIVTEI (People’s
1. What can you say about the Processing Questions: performs all the body movements. Initiative)
activity? 1. Where did the broomsticks get its
2. What do you consider as your strength? Processing Questions: Ask:
group’s strength that helped youbuild 2. What did you realize from the 1. How was your experience in 1. What did you notice about the
your tower? activity? following the movements of your jumbled words?
3. Do you think that you did your leader?
best for this activity? Why? Video Analysis: The Power of 2. What are the tips on how to easily 2. How are the words related to one
Teamwork (5 minutes) follow the mechanics of the game? another?
3. How important is the role played by
Process Questions: the leader in the success of the
1. What can you say about the video? group’s activity?
2. What is the video all about?
3. How will you relate the video to
your own experience?

C. Presenting Based from this activity on “Building Fact Storming Web: (5 minutes) Ask: Picto Analysis:
examples/instances of the Tower”, what is your idea of 1. Present the objectives of the 1. Who are the people who represent Show pictures of participatory and
new lesson participation in democracy? Answer lesson. your barangay? representative democracy.
using the concept map below: 2. Explain the meaning of 1. What can you say about the pictures?
participatory democracy. 2. What are the distinctive 2. How are the pictures different from
characteristics of your barangay? each other
3. What do you think is the prevailing
Participation in
3. Identify the people who participate theme of the 2 pictures?
democracy Partic
ipate in the projects and activities of your
barangay.

4. How does your barangay implement


its community projects?
demo
cracy
Participation in
democracy

Partic
ipate
demo
cracy

Focus Question:
Using the presented video, how will
you define participatory democracy?
D. Discussing new concepts KWL Chart: Participation in Pantomime: (10 minutes) Fill out the table according to the Using a Venn diagram, compare and
and practicing new skills Democracy 1. Select four students to present a people involved and their duties and contrast the terms related to
#1 pantomime on the meaning of responsibilities. Participatory and Representative
democracy. Democracy.
KWL Chart
What I Know What I Want to What I Have Learned
Know

Barangay Participants /
Leaders / Persons involved
Representati in the barangay
ves activities
Processing Questions:
1. What are the activities showing Based on the answers in the Venn
participation in democracy? diagram, what are the main differences
2. Do you think that these activities between Participative and
are being practiced by the people of Representative Democracy?
a specific country? Why?
Processing questions:
3. As a democratic country, how
important are these activities to us?
1. Based on your answer on the table,
what can you say about the
manifestation of representative
democracy?
2. Do the members of the community
show participatory democracy? Why
or why not?
E. Discussing new concepts Literary Analysis: Democracy For and
and practicing new skills Against (10 minutes)
#2 Silent Reading
Process Questions:
1. What is the article all about?
2. What did you feel after reading the
article?
3. What are realizations after reading
the article?
4. How will you relate the article to
the present condition of the country/
to yourself?
F. Developing mastery Simulation: Matrix Analysis: Mini Skit: (10 minutes) Mini-debate: Divide the class into two
(leads to Formative The class is tasked to write 5 rules The students will give the advantages Create a 2-minute play showing the groups (gender, seating arrangement)
Assessment 3) and regulations addressing your and disadvantages of participatory responsibilities of a leader/participant and call representatives to defend their
concerns/issues in the classroom. democracy. in a representative democracy. position on participative or
representative democracy. (5 minutes)
Processing Questions:
1. What did you feel after coming up
with your own classroom rules and
Advantages Disadvantages
regulations?
2. Do you feel empowered after the
activity? Why?
3. Do you think it is best to
personally participate in activities like
this? Why?
Advantages Disadvantages
G. Finding practical Based on your learning about As a senior high school student, in Ask: If you were tasked to plan a Brainstorming: (10 minutes)
applications of concepts participation in democracy, how can what ways do you experience project in your barangay, what would it The class will be divided into four groups
and skills in daily living you improve/affect influence or participatory democracy? be and why? and each group will make a project
change in the milieu that you are in? proposal about a relevant issue affecting
the following sectors (health, education,
environment, economy) following the
matrix below:
Project Purpose Beneficiary

1. Cite instances in your project proposal


wherein the aspects of participative or
representative democracy are
applicable.
2. How did your group come up with the
project? Did you experience democratic
participation in composing your project
proposal?

H. Making generalizations Ask: Why is participation in Ask: What are the benefits of 1. What is the importance of As a Filipino student, which practices in
and abstractions about the democracy important? participatory democracy? representation in democracy? the Philippines can benefit from
lesson 2. In what ways do the constituents employing democratic and/or
Democratic participation is the - promotes transparency benefit from representative representative democracy?
empowerment of people to - provides direct responsibility democracy?
effectively involve themselves in - promotes a well-cooperative
creating the structures, and in community - citizen representation
designing policies and programs, - a place to turn to
that serve the interests of all, as well - high participation
as to effectively contribute to the
development process and share
equitably in its benefits.
I. Evaluating learning Reflection Writing: Make a simulation showing Divide the class into four groups and Write R if the situation pertains to
Write a five (5) sentence summary of participatory democracy in your ask the students to compose a political Representative democracy and P if
the most important ideas about simple way. campaign highlighting the benefits of Participatory democracy:
participation in democracy. (See attached rubrics) representative democracy. ____ 1. The CEO of XYZ Corporation
Criteria Exempla
ry 4
Sufficient
3
Minimal
2
Beginning 1
held a town hall wherein all employees
expressed their concerns regarding their
Depth of
reflection employment. (P)
Connection to ____ 2. Being the class president, Diane
Outside
experiences asked for suggestions from all members
Connection to of class regarding their Yearend
readings
party.(P)
Connection to
class ____ 3. Councilor Mark proposed a new
discussion
ordinance to launch a livelihood project
for his constituents living in the
esteros.(R)
____ 4. Alex, as a street sweeper,
regularly attends the monthly Brigada
Kalinisan meeting with their mayor.(P)
____ 5. The President submitted to the
UN tribunal the country’s protest against
China regarding the disputed island in
the WPS.(R)
J. Additional activities for
application or remediation

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
B. No. of learners who
require additional activities
for remediation
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 teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
F. sWhat difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
G. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?

Prepared: Checked and Noted:

RIZALYN T. GARCIA – PANAGA ESTER F. VIERNES


Secondary School Teacher II Secondary School Principal I