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Republic of the Philippines Document Code:

Department of Education SDO-QF-CID -00XX

Region III
Division of Pampanga 00
Mexico West District
Mexico, Pampanga 05/08/2018
Name of Office:

July 17, 2019

A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of personal health issues and concerns and the
importance of health appraisal procedures and community resources in preventing or managing
The learner practices self-management skills to prevent and control personal health issues and
B. Performance Standards
C. Learning Competencies/ 6. Identifies community health resources and facilities that may be utilized to address a variety
Objectives of personal health issues and concerns. H6PH-Igh-23
3. Utilizing School and Community Health Resources
3.1 Medical Professionals/Practitioners (doctor, dentist, nurse)
3.2 Health Facilities
3.3 School Clinic
3.4 Barangay Health Station/Rural Health Unit
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages Health 6 Teacher’s Guide, pages 12-14
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages MAPEH in Action 6, page 302
4. Additional materials from
Project Ease Module 6 Lesson 4
LRMDS portal
B. Other Materials PowerPoint presentation, activity worksheets, pictures, WordFinder sheet, metacards
YouTube Video:
A. Reviewing previous lesson or 4 PICTURES-1 PROCEDURE
presenting the new lesson
(Review) Mechanics:
1. Form 4 groups of pupils.
2. The teacher flashes pictures using the PowerPoint presentation.
3. The groups are given 10 seconds to identify what procedure is shown by the pictures.
4. One member of each group simultaneously writes the answer in the metacard.
5. The teacher checks the answer.
6. The group with the most number of correct answer wins.

Answer: Hearing Test

Answer: Vision Test

Answer: Height and Weight

Answer: Scoliosis Test

Give the winning group “Ang Galing-galing Ninyo Clap”.

What are these procedures?

Answer: Health Appraisal

Why is there a need to undergo health appraisal?

The teacher will encourage the pupils to ask questions.

B. Establishing a purpose for the Find Me!
1. Each groups will receive a WordFinder.
2. In two minutes learners need to find the hidden words related to health.
3. Use a marker to encircle the hidden words.
4. Groups will post their work on the board.

What are the words found in the WordFinder?
Who are this people?
What do they do?
Do they play an important part in our community?

Let pupils answer on their own words.

Praise pupils who shared their answer in class by saying very good, very well said or good.
C. Presenting examples/ Watch This!
instances of the new lesson The teacher will show a video clip of Orders of Operation.
Encourage the pupils to read and comprehend the statements and take down important notes.

What is shown in the video presentation?
What are the different medical specialties shown in the video?
Have you seen one of this medical professionals?
Do you know other health professionals and what do they do?

Applaud learners who answered the questions.

D. Discussing new concepts and A health professional is a qualified person who delivers proper health care in a
practicing new skills #1 systematic and professional way to any individual in need of health care services.

A health care provider may refer to a health professional or an organization that

provides professional health services. Professionals are regulated by their body and/or the

The pupils are to guess what health professional is shown in the picture by clicking its name on
the laptop.

Below are some of the health specialist you could check on:
1. Obstetrician – specialist in caring for the mother before, during and immediately after birth.
2. Gynecologist - specialist in women’s condition and diseases, especially of the female
reproductive system.
3. Pediatrician - specialist in health and illness of children.
4. Ophthalmologist - specialist in treating eye conditions and diseases.
5. Neurologist - specialist in diagnosing and treating disorders of the nervous system.
6. Psychiatrist - specialist in the treatment of mental and emotional condition and disorders.
7. Gerontologist - specialist for the aged and elderly
8. Surgeon - performs surgical related cases.
9. Nephrologist - specialist to the disorder of the kidney.
10. Podiatrist - specialist various feet related diseases.

Let pupils express what they know about each health professionals.
Praise learner who shared their idea in class.
E. Discussing new concepts and LET’S EXPLORE!
practicing new skills #2
Show the pictures of the different community health resources.
For each picture ask the following questions:
1. What community health resource is shown in the picture?
2. Where can you find this health facility?
3. What health services are provided in this health facility?
4. Which health professionals works in this facility?
F. Developing mastery (leads to LET’S TALK ABOUT IT!
formative assessment )
1. Provide the Activity Sheet to each group.
2. Each Activity Sheet has a picture and sets of questions to be answered by the group.
3. The pupils will be given 5 minutes to finish the activity.
4. Choose a group member to present their work in class.
5. Pupils will be graded based on the rubric below.
Contribution Consistently and Works toward group Works toward Works toward
to Group actively works toward goals without group goals with group goals only
Goals group goals; willingly occasional occasional when prompted.
accepts and fulfills prompting; accepts prompting.
individual role within and fulfills individual
the group. role within the group.
Considerati Shows sensitivity to Shows and Show sensitivity to Needs occasional
on of Others the feelings and expresses sensitivity the feelings of reminders to be
learning needs of to the feelings of others. sensitive to the
others; values the others; encourages feelings of others.
knowledge, opinion, the parcipation of
and skills of all group others.
Contribution Consistently and Contributes Contributes Contribute
of actively contributes knowledge, opinions, information to the information to the
Knowledge knowledge, opinions, and skills without group with group only when
and skills without prompng or occasional prompted.
prompng or reminding. reminding. prompng and
Working Helps the group Willingly participates Participates in Parcipates in
and Sharing identify necessary in needed changes; needed changes needed changes
with Others changes and usually does the with occasional when prompted
encourages group assigned work and prompting; often and encouraged;
acon for change; does rarely needs needs reminding to always or often
assigned work without reminding. do the assigned relies on others to
reminders. work. do the work.
Group Group output is done Group output is done Group output is Group attempts to
Output correctly among correctly among done correctly produce their
themselves without themselves without among themselves output but gives up
asking help from the asking help from the while asking help readily.
teachers in the given teachers in the from the teachers
amount of time. beyond the given beyond the given
amount of time. amount of time.

Activity Sheets:
G. Finding practical applications CAN I PHONE A FRIEND?
of concepts and skills in daily Ask pupils to read the situations and identify the best health resources that they can call for
living help or medical treatment.

1. Myrna is a week pregnant and must consult a medical professional already.

2. While playing, Jerome accidentally hit his head on the floor due to a bad fall. He was
unconscious and was rushed to the hospital where it was found that he suffered a blood
clot in a part of his brain.
3. At birth, Baby Mica must already have her own medical specialist to monitor her growth
and development.
4. Miguel broke his leg after a vehicular accident. An emergency operation is need.
5. Lucio is having difficulties urinating. He is starting to experience edema (swelling limbs or
face) too.

1. Obstetrician
2. Neurologist
3. Pediatrician
4. Podiatrist
5. Nephrologist
H. Making generalization and Ask:
abstraction about the lesson 1. What are the different services rendered by the health professionals?
2. Is the role of each health professional important? Why or why not?
3. How do they help us?
I. Evaluating learning Match the description in Column A with the community health resources.
1. Treats persons with cardiac problems a. Nephrologist
2. Treats persons with urinary kidney disorder b. physical therapist
3. Treats persons with dental problems c. cardiologist
4. Treats persons with problems in the skin d. dentist
5. Rehabilitates persons with strength mobility e. dermatologist
and other muscular disorder
J. Additional activities for Do you have a pediatrician? family doctor? family dentist?
application / remediation How often do you get to see them?
Write your most memorable experience with any of them.
A. No. of learners who earned ___: Number of learners who earned 80% and above.
80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require ___: Number of learners who requires additional activities for remediation.
additional activities for
C. Did the remedial lessons ___: Number of learners who caught up the lesson.
D. No. of learners who continue ___: Number of learners who continue to require remediation.
to require remediation
E. Which of my teaching Strategies used that work well:
strategies worked well? Why  Group collaboration
did this work?  Games
 Solving Puzzle/ Jigsaw
 Answering preliminary activities/exercises
 Carousel
 Diads
Think-Pair-Share (TPS)
 Rereading of paragraphs/Poems/Stories
 Differentiated Instruction
 Role Playing/Drama
 Discovery Method
 Lecture Method

 Complete IMs
 Availability of Materials
 Pupil’s eagerness to learn
 Group member’s cooperation in doing their task
F. What difficulties did my  Bullying among pupils
Principal or supervisor can  Pupil’s behavior/attitude
help me solve?  Unavailable Technology Equipment (AVR/LCD)
 Science/Computer
 Internet Lab
 Additional Clerical Works
G. What innovation or localized Planned Innovations:
materials did I use/discover  Localized Videos
which I wish to share with  Making big books from views of the locality
 Recycling of plastics to be used as instructional Materials
other teachers?
 Local Poetical composition

Prepared by: Reviewed and Observed by:


Teacher III Principal IV