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Learning Facilitator Literacy Level All levels
Month and Quarter July 2019 Learning Strand MYDEV


A. Content Standards/focus
B. Performance Standards/terminal
 Review modules on work readiness
C. Learning Competencies/Enabling
 Identify qualities and characteristics of people who are civically engage
Objectives (Write the LC Codes for each)
 Define civic engagement
II. CONTENT (Subject Matter) Session 1: Introduction to Civic Engagement
A. References
1. Session Guides pages
2. Modules/learner's Materials pages Module 9 – Civic Engagement; Activity 1 pp. 6-13
3. Additional materials from LRMDS
A. Springboard/Motivation Invite learners to review their learning from the previous modules (1-8) on work readiness. Form groups
(Establishing a purpose for the lesson) of learners. Present familiar topics or key ideas and ask each group to share or express what they
learned creatively through song, dance, rap, and skit.
Each group will be given 5 minutes to discuss and 3 minutes to present.
B. Activity (review of the previous lesson/s Discuss with the learners the activities they just performed, emphasizing the following key message.
or presenting the new lesson)  A key to the success of young people is having skills, AND positive attitudes. Remember:
COMPETENCY and CHARACTER are equally important traits that learners should possess.
C. Analysis (Presenting examples/ instances Let the learners share their thoughts or ideas about the proverb found at the beginning of Module 9:
of the new lesson) “Ang makabuluhang buhay ay hindi ang pagiging mayaman at popular kundi ang pagiging tunay,
mapagkumbaba at handang ibahagi ang sarili para sa iba.”
(A meaningful life is not being rich and popular. It is being sincere, humble and able to share ourselves
for others).
D. Discussing new concepts and practicing Refer to MYDev’s slogan: Learning, Working, Serving Our Communities.
new skills (sub-activity #1) Ask learners what they think about getting involved in making their communities safe, peaceful, and
Present a picture in introducing civic engagement then elicit ideas from the learners about the picture.
E. Discussing new concepts and practicing Let the learners answer the Learners’ Reflection in their Participant’s Handbook. For each statement
new skills (sub-activity #2) they need to check the column that best describes them. Stress the importance of answering honestly
and independently.
F. Abstraction (Making generalizations Ask the learners their insights and ideas on what is civic engagement?
about the lesson) What are the qualities and characteristics of people who help their community?
G. Application (Developing mastery) The learners will be divided into three groups and they will do the activity called WHO ARE THEY AND
Each group is given one picture with description. They are given 10 minutes to discuss the given
questions about the pictures.
A. What are some qualities or characteristics of the person or group?
B. Think of someone in your community, family or group of friends with similar qualities or
characteristics. How do they show those qualities/characteristics?
H. Valuing (Finding practical applications of Ask learners if they have ever been civically engaged and what are their qualities and characteristics
concepts and skills in daily living) that are helpful/ will be helpful in making a difference in their community.
I. Evaluation (Assessing learning) Group the class into 2.
Group 1- Slogan (Qualities and Characteristics of a civically engage youth/individual)
Group 2- Poster ( Civic Engagement)
Groups are given 5 minutes to brainstorm and 3 minutes to share their output in class.
Relevance – 50%
Presentation/ Explanation – 25%
Creativity (Poster) – 25%
J. Agreement (Additional activities for
application or remediation)
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the
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
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked
well? Why did this work?
F. What difficulties did 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?