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JOSE MARIA COLLEGE

Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway, Sasa, Davao City


INTEGRATED BASIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
SY 2018 – 2019

COURSE SYLLABUS

Subject Area/Level: The 21st Century MAPEH IN ACTION 10


Reference/s: Eduardo V. Cipriano, Adelina Pineda- Limos, Et; al

FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES
1. Listen perceptively to selected 20th Drill: I Feel, I Think, I Can
F MUSIC century music. MU10TC-Ia-h-1 MU10TC-Ia-h-1
I 2. Describe distinctive musical
R MUSIC OF THE elements of given pieces in 20th Activity/Motivation: Application:
S MEDIEVAL PERIOD century styles. MU10TC-Ia-h-2 Circle Talk Sing with me (notes of
T (700-1400) 3. Relate 20th century music to its MU10TC-Ia-h-2 the song being played)
a) Historical and historical and cultural background.
M cultural background; MU10TC-Ia-g-3 Analysis: Evaluation:
O b) Gregorian chants; Case Study Placemats
N c) Troubadour music; MU10TC-Ia-h-2
T d) Composer - Adam
H de la Halle. Abstraction:
L (Pp. 4-8) Question and Answer
Y Session
2 DAYS MU10TC-Ia-g-3
E 1. Analyze art elements and Drill: Puzzle (Crossword, Application:
X ARTS principles in the production of Jigsaw) Artistic Piece
A work following a specific art style A10EL-Ia-2 A10PL-Ih-3
M WESTERN AND CLASSICAL from the various art movements.
ART TRADITIONS A10EL-Ib-1
I. Ancient Art

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1. Prehistoric Art 2. Identify distinct characteristics of Activity/Motivation:
II. Classical Art arts from the various art Panel Discussion
2. Egyptian Art movements. A10EL-Ia-2 A10EL-Ia-3
4. Greek Art 3. Identify representative artists and A10PL-Ih-1
5. Roman Art Filipino counterparts from the Evaluation:
F (Pp. 62- 70) various art movements. Analysis: Think Aloud Inquiry
I A10EL-Ia-3 Problem Solving (Exhibit
R 3 DAYS 4. Reflect on and derive the mood, pictures are to be posted)
S idea, or message from selected A10EL-Ib-1
T artworks. A10PL-Ih-1 A10PL-Ih-2
5. Determine the role or function of
M artworks by evaluating their Abstraction:
O utilization and combination of art Deductive Method
N elements and principles.
T A10PL-Ih-2
H 6. Use artworks to derive the
L traditions/history of the various
Y art movements. A10PL-Ih-3
Drill: Warm up drills/ Application:
E PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1. Assess physical activity, exercise Forced Pause 2 minute exercise
X and eating habit. PE10PF-Ia-h-39 PE10PF-Ib-h45
A PE10PF-Ia-h-39
M Lifestyle and Weight 2. Determine risk factors related to Activity/Motivation: Evaluation:
Management (physical lifestyle diseases (obesity, Written Vox Pop Think- Pair-
activity and eating habits) diabetes, heart disease). PE10PF-Ib-h45 Share/Quiz
(Pp. 129- 139) PE10PF-Ia-40
3. Engage in moderate to vigorous Analysis:
3 DAYS physical activities for at least 60 True or False?
minutes a day in and out of school. PE10PF-Ia-40
PE10PF-Ib-h45
Abstraction:
Put Idea Into the Picture
PE10PF-Ib-h45

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1. Differentiate reliable from Drill: Labeling a Picture Application:
HEALTH unreliable health information, H10CH-Ic-22 Teach- OK
products and services. H10CH-Ia-b20
A. Concept of community and H10CH-Ia-b19 Activity/Motivation:
environmental health 2. Explain the guidelines and criteria Brainstorming
B. Prevention and in the selection and evaluation of
Management of health information, products and Analysis: Evaluation: Quick
Environmental Health services. H10CH-Ia-b20 Problem Solving (Exhibit Writes
(Pp. 205- 210) 3. Discuss the various forms of health pictures are to be posted)
service providers and healthcare H10CH-Ia-b19
3 DAYS plans. H10CH-Ia-b21
4. Select health professionals,
specialists and health care services Abstraction: Discussion
wisely. H10CH-Ic-22 of Handouts
H10CH-Ia-b21

FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES
1. Explain the performance practice Drill: Crossword Puzzle
MUSIC (setting, composition, role of MU10TC-Ic-h-6
F composers/performers and
I 2. RENAISSANCE PERIOD audience) of 20th Century Activity/Motivation: Application:
R (1400-1600) music. MU10TC-Ib-g-4 Item Clarification Sing Phrases! (with
S a) Historical and 2. Sing melodic fragments of given MU10TC-Ib-g-4 exact tune)
T cultural background; Impressionism period pieces. MU10TC-Ib-5
b) Mass; MU10TC-Ib-5 Analysis: MU10TC-Ic-h-7
c) Madrigal; 3. Explore other arts and media Buzz/ Brainstorm Sessions
d) Composers - that portray 20th century MU10TC-Ic-h-6 Evaluation: Quick
Giovanni da elements through video films or Thinks
Palestrina and live performances. Abstraction:
Thomas Morley MU10TC-Ic-h-6 Presentation with Listening
Teams
MU10TC-Ib-g-4

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3. MUSIC OF THE BAROQUE
PERIOD (1685-1750) 4. Create short electronic and
a) Historical and cultural chance music pieces using
F background; knowledge of
I b) Concerto Grosso, 20th century styles.
R Fugue MU10TC-Ic-h-7
S (Pp. 8- 15)
T
3 DAYS
P 1. Compare the characteristics of
E ARTS artworks produced in the various Drill: Photo/ Video Application:
R art movements. A10PL-Ih-4 Presentation Modeling
I III. Medieval Art 2. Create artworks guided by A10PR-I-f-5 A10PR-Ic-e-1
O 6. Byzantine techniques and styles of the A10PR-Ic-e-3
D 7. Romanesque various art movements (e.g., Activity/Motivation: A10PR-I-g-6
I 8. Gothic Impasto, Encaustic, etc.). Three Points Summary
C (Pp. 70- 81) A10PR-Ic-e-1 A10PR-Ic-e-2 Evaluation: Active
A 3. Describe the influence of iconic Review/Quiz
L 5 DAYS artists belonging to the various Analysis:
art movements. A10PR-Ic-e-2 Role Cards
E 4. Apply different media techniques A10PL-Ih-4
X and processes to communicate
A ideas, experiences, and stories Abstraction:
M showing the characteristics of the Structured Notes
various art movements (e.g., the A10PR-If-4
use of industrial materials or
found objects, Silkscreen
Printing, etc.). A10PR-Ic-e-3
5. Evaluate works of art in terms of
artistic concepts and ideas using
criteria from the various art
movements. A10PR-If-4
6. Show the influences of Modern
Art movements on Philippine art
forms. A10PR-I-f-5

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7. Mount exhibit using completed
artworks influenced by Modern
Art Movements. A10PR-I-g-6
1. Apply correct techniques to Drill: Sports Drill Application: Personal
PHYSICAL EDUCATION minimize risk of injuries. PE10PF-Ib-h56 Vignette
F PE10PF-Ib-h56 PE10PF-Ib-h48
I Sports Officiating 2. Analyze the effects of media and Activity/Motivation:
R (Pp. 139- 148) technology on fitness and Rank and Report Evaluation:
S physical activity. PE10PF-Ib-46 Enquiry/ Research
T 4 DAYS 3. Critique (verifies and validates) Analysis: Exercise
media information on fitness and “Real World”
P physical activity issues. PE10PF-Ib-46
E PE10PF-Ib-47
R 4. Express a sense of purpose and Abstraction:
I belongingness by participating in Learning Discussion
O physical activity-related Method
D community services and PE10PF-Ib-47
I programs. PE10PF-Ib-h48
C 1. Explain the nature and dangers of Drill: Picture Prompt Application:
A HEALTH quackery. H10CH-Ic-23 H10CH-Ic-24 Tournament
L 2. Report fraudulent health services. Activity/Motivation: H10CH-Ie-f27
C. Collective Action for the H10CH-Ic-24 Word Cloud Guessing H10CH-Ig-h28
E Environment 3. Explain the different kinds of H10CH-Ic-23
X complementary and alternative Evaluation:
A health care modalities. Analysis: Quote Minus One
M 3 DAYS H10CH-Id-25 Socratic Questioning
4. Explain the importance of H10CH-Id-26
consumer laws to protect public H10CH-Id-25
health. H10CH-Id-26
5. Identify national and international Abstraction:
government agencies and private Cliffhanger Lecturing
organization that implement H10CH-Id-26
programs for consumer H10CH-Id-25
protection. H10CH-Ie-f27

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6. Participate in programs for
consumer welfare and protection.
H10CH-Ig-h28

FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES
1. Observe dance styles, Drill: Close Hearing Application:
S MUSIC instruments, and rhythms of (Instead of reading)/ Three Points Summary
E Afro- Latin American and popular Document- Based MU10AP-IIa-h4
C MUSIC OF THE music through video, movies and questions Evaluation:
O CLASSICAL PERIOD live performances. MU10AP-IIa-h3 Four Corners
N (1750-1820) MU10AP-IIa-g1
D A. Music of the Classical period 2. Describe the historical and Activity/Motivation:
B. Historical and cultural background of Afro- Latin Group Graphic
cultural background; American and popular music. MU10AP-IIa-g1
M C. Sonata, sonata allegro form, MU10AP-IIa-g2
O concerto, symphony; 3. Listen perceptively to Afro- Latin Analysis: Buzz/
N c) Composers: Franz American and popular music. Brainstorm Sessions
T Josef Haydn, MU10AP-IIa-h3 MU10AP-IIa-g1
H Wolfgang Amadeus 4. Dance to different selected styles
L Mozart, and Ludwig of Afro-Latin American and Abstraction:
Y van Beethoven. popular music. MU10AP-IIa-h4 “Choices”
(Pp. 18- 25) MU10AP-IIa-g1
E MU10AP-IIa-g2
X 2 DAYS
A 1. Identify art elements in the Drill: Word Pictures
M ARTS technology-based production A10EL-IIa-3
arts. A10EL-IIb-1 A10EL-IIa-2
ARTS OF THE 2. Identify distinct characteristics of A10EL-IIb-1
RENAISSANCE arts during in the 21st century in
AND BAROQUE PERIOD terms of:
I. Renaissance Art 2.1 production
1. Michelangelo 2.2 functionality range of

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2. Leonardo Da Vinci audience reach. A10EL-IIa-2 Activity/Motivation: Application:
3. Raphael 3. Identify artworks produced by Complete Case Studies Pop Culture
4. Donatello technology from other countries A10EL-IIa-3 A10PL-IIh-3
( Pp. 84- 87) and their adaptation by Philippine A10EL-IIa-2 A10PL-IIh-1
S artists. A10EL-IIa-3 A10EL-IIb-1
E 4 DAYS 4. Realize that technology is an Evaluation:
C effective and vibrant tool for Analysis: Pyramiding Student Composed
O empowering a person to express A10PL-IIh-2 Questions
N his/her ideas, goals, and
D advocacies, which elicits Abstraction:
immediate action. A10PL-IIh-1 Read and Discuss
5. Determine the role or function of A10EL-IIa-3
M artworks by evaluating their A10EL-IIa-2
O utilization and combination of art A10EL-IIb-1
N elements and principles.
T A10PL-IIh-2
H 6. Use artworks to derive the
L traditions/history of a community
Y (e.g., landscapes, images of
people at work and play, portrait
E studies, etc.). A10PL-IIh-3
X 1. Assess physical activities, Drill: Word Cloud Application:
A PHYSICAL EDUCATION exercises and eating habits. Guessing Exercises
M PE10PF-IIa-h39 PE10PF-IIa40 Drill/Everyday Ethical
Social (community 2. Determine risk factors related to Activity/Motivation: Dilemmas
dance, mixers, festival) lifestyle diseases (obesity, “Real World” PE10PF-IIa-h39
and Ballroom dances diabetes, heart disease). PE10PF-IIa-h39 PE10PF-IIc-h45
(Cha-cha, rock and roll) PE10PF-IIa40 Analysis: Evaluation:
(Pp. 150- 165) 3. Engage in moderate to vigorous Diagnostic Sessions Total Physical
physical activities for at least 60 PE10PF-IIa40 Response (TPR)
minutes a day in and out of Abstraction:
2 DAYS school. PE10PF-IIc-h45 Punctuated Lecture
PE10PF-IIc-h45

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HEALTH 1. Discuss the existing health Drill: Let them Guess/ Application:
S related laws. H10HC-IIa-1 Background Knowledge What’s The Principle?
E A. Drug Scenario in the 2. Explain the significance of the Probe
C Philippines existing health related laws in H10HC-IIa-1 Evaluation:
O safeguarding people’s health. H10HC-IIb-2 Problem Solving
N B. Factors that influence H10HC-IIb-2 Activity/Motivation:
D substance use and abuse Provocative
(Pp. 220- 227) Pictures/Focused Listing by
Letters
M 2 DAYS H10HC-IIa-1
O H10HC-IIb-2
N Analysis:
T True or False?
H H10HC-IIb-2
L Abstraction: “Real World”
Y H10HC-IIa-1

E
X
A
M

FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES
1. Analyze musical characteristics of Drill: Pair- Share- Repeat
S MUSIC Afro-Latin American and popular MU10AP-IIa-h10 Application: Invented
E music. MU10AP-IIa-h5 Activity/Motivation: Dialogues
C MUSIC OF THE 2. Sing selections of Afro-Latin Structured Notes MU10AP-IIa-h6
O CLASSICAL PERIOD American and popular music in MU10AP-IIa-7 MU10AP-IIe-f8
N (1750-1820) appropriate pitch, rhythm, style, Analysis: Diagnostic MU10AP-IIb-d9
D a) Historical and and expression. Sessions Evaluation:
cultural background; MU10AP-IIa-h6 MU10AP-IIa-h5 Get One, Give One
b) Sonata, sonata 3. Explore ways of creating sounds
allegro form, on a variety of sources suitable

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concerto, to choose vocal and instrumental Abstraction:
symphony; selections. MU10AP-IIa-7 Discussion of Hand- outs/
c) Composers: Franz 4. Improvise simple Demonstration by the
Josef Haydn, vocal/instrumental teacher/Teach- OK
Wolfgang Amadeus accompaniments to selected MU9CL-IIb-h-7
S Mozart, and Ludwig songs. MU10AP-IIe-f8 MU9CL-IIe-9
E Van Beethoven. 5. Choreograph a chosen dance
C (Pp. 26- 35) music. MU10AP-IIb-d9
O 6. Evaluate music and music
N 3 DAYS performances using knowledge of
D musical elements and style.
MU10AP-IIa-h10
P 1. Compare the characteristics of Drill: Things You Know Application:
E ARTS artwork in the21st century. A10PR-IIc-e-1 Draw Me a Picture
R A10PL-IIh-4 (literally)
I II. Baroque Artists 2. Create artworks that can be Activity/Motivation: A10PR-IIc-e-1
O 5. Caravaggio locally assembled with local Imaginary Show and Tell A10PR-II-g-5
D 6. Rubens materials, guided by21st-century A10PR-IIf-4 A10PR-IIf-4
I 7. Velasquez techniques. A10PR-IIc-e-1
C 8. Rembrandt 3. Describe the influence of Analysis: Evaluation:
A 9. Bernini technology in the 21st Century on Pass The Problem No Talking!
L (Pp. 87-97) the evolution of various forms of A10PL-IIh-4
art. A10PR-IIc-e-2
E 3 DAYS 4. Apply different media techniques Abstraction:
X and processes to communicate Sticky Notes Discussion
A ideas, experiences, and stories A10PR-IIc-e-2
M showing the characteristics of
21st
century art (e.g.,the use of
graphic software like Photoshop, in
Design, etc. A10PR-IIb-e-3

5. Evaluate works of art in terms of


artistic concepts and ideas using
criteria appropriate for the style

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or form. A10PR-IIf-4
6. Mount an exhibit of completed
technology- based artworks.
A10PR-II-g-5
S 1. Apply correct techniques to Drill: Empty Outlines Application:
E PHYSICAL EDUCATION minimize risk of injuries. PE10PF-IIb47 Teach a Friend/ Actual
C PE10PF-IIc-h56 execution
O 1. Nature and Background 2. Analyze the effects of media and Activity/Motivation: PE10PF-IIc-h56
N 2. Basic Dance Steps technology on fitness and Teach- OK
D 3. Fitness Components and physical activity. PE10PF-IIb46 Evaluation:
Tests 3. Critique (verifies and validates) Analysis: Free time with Notes/
P (Pp. 165- 170) media information on fitness and Wisdom of Another Quiz
E physical activity issues. PE10PF-IIb46
R 3 DAYS PE10PF-IIb47
I 4. Express a sense of purpose and Abstraction: Pinwheel
O belongingness by participating in Discussion
D physical activity-related PE10PF-IIc-h48
I community services and
C programs. PE10PF-IIc-h48
A Drill: Provocative Pictures
L HEALTH
1. Follow existing health related Activity/Motivation: Application:
E C. Drugs/Substances of abuse laws. H10HC-IIc-d3 Quick Thinks Decision making
X 1. Stimulants 2. Critically analyze the impact of H10HC-IIc-d3
A 2. Depressants current health trends, issues, and Analysis:
M 3. Narcotics concerns. H10HC-IIc-d4 Think Aloud Inquiry Evaluation:
4. Hallucinogen 3. Recommend ways of managing H10HC-IIc-d4 Ask the Winner
5. Inhalants health issues, trends and
concerns. H10HC-IIe-g5
D. Harmful effects of drugs on Abstraction:
the body Three Part Interview
1. Short-term H10HC-IIe-g5
2. Long-term
E. Prevention and control of
substance use and abuse

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(Pp. 227- 237)

3 DAYS
FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES
T Drill: Structured Notes Application:
H MUSIC MU10CM-IIIa-h-1 Exit Cards/Ask series
I of questions
R INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 1. Listen perceptively to excerpts of Activity/Motivation:
D OF THE ROMANTIC major Contemporary works. Pair- Share- Repeat Evaluation:
PERIOD (1820-1900) MU10CM-IIIa-h-1 MU10CM-IIIa-h-1 Analogy
M a) Historical and 2. Describe characteristics of
O cultural background; traditional and new music. Analysis: “Real World”
N b) Program music; MU10CM-IIIa-h-2 MU10CM-IIIa-h-2
T c) Piano music; 3. Give a brief biography of
H (Pp. 37- 42) selected Contemporary Philippine Abstraction:
L composer/s. MU10CM-IIIc-g-3 Punctuated Lecture
y 2 DAYS MU10CM-IIIc-g-3

ARTS Drill: Provocative Pictures


1. Identify art elements in the A10EL-IIIb-1
ARTS OF THE NEOCLASSIC various media-based arts in the
AND Philippines. A10EL-IIIb-1 Activity/Motivation:
T ROMANTIC PERIOD 2. Identify representative artists as Things You Know Application:
H I. Neoclassic well as distinct characteristics of Haiku + Drawing
I 1. David media-based arts and design in Analysis:
R 2. Ingres the Philippines. A10EL-IIIa-2 Picture Prompt Evaluation:
D 3. Goya A10EL-IIIa-2 Tournament
(Pp. 99- 102)
Abstraction:
Think Break
2 DAYS

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION Drill: Picture Prompt Application:
Poster Making
Social (community Activity/Motivation: PE10PF-IIIah-39
T dance, mixers, festival) 1. Assess physical activities, Concept Map Evaluation:
H and Ballroom dances exercises and eating habits. One Sentence
I (Cha-cha, rock and roll) PE10PF-IIIah-39 Analysis: Summary
R Nature and Background 2. Determine risk factors related to What, How, Why
D (Pp. 172- 175) lifestyle diseases (obesity, Questions?
diabetes, heart disease). PE10PF-IIIa40
M 1 DAY PE10PF-IIIa40
O Abstraction:
N Deductive Method
T PE10PF-IIIah-39
H PE10PF-IIIa40
L
y
HEALTH
E 1. Discuss the significance of global Drill: Pair- Share- Repeat Application:
X A. First Aid Basics health initiatives. H10HC-IIIa-1 Teach- OK
A B. First Aid Guidelines and 2. Describe how global health Activity/Motivation:
M Procedures initiatives positively impact Truth Statement Evaluation:
Survey the scene people’s health in various Bluffed Test Variants
1. Do primary survey of the countries. H10HC-IIIb-c2 Analysis:
victim (check for vital Think Break
signs, assess CAB H10HC-IIIb-c2
(Circulation, Airway,
Breathing) Abstraction:
2. Ask for help. Punctuated Lectures
3. Do secondary survey of H10HC-IIIa-1
the victim (head-to-toe
survey)
(Pp. 239- 244)

1 DAY

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FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES

MUSIC 1. Sing selections of Contemporary Drill: I Feel, I Think, I Can Application:


music with appropriate pitch, MU10CM-IIIbh-4 Sing- Pair- Share
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC rhythm, style, and expression. Activity/Motivation: MU10CM-IIIbh-4
T OF THE ROMANTIC MU10CM-IIIbh-4 Show me the number MU10CM-IIIde-5
H PERIOD (1820-1900) 2. Explore ways of creating sounds MU10CM-IIIbh-4 Evaluation:
I d) Composers: Frederic on a variety of sources. Analysis: Truth Statement
R Chopin, Peter Illych MU10CM-IIIde-5 Diagnostic Sessions
D Tchaikovsky, Franz 3. Improvise simple MU10CM-IIIbh-4
Liszt, and Camille vocal/instrumental MU10CM-IIIde-5
P Saint-Saens. accompaniments to selected Abstraction:
E (Pp. 42- 49) songs. MU10CM-IIIde-5 Punctuated Lecture
R MU10CM-IIIde-5
I 3 DAYS
O Drill: What’s in a Name? Application:
D ARTS 1. Realize that Filipino ingenuity is A9PR-IIIc-e-1 Pop Culture
I distinct, exceptional, and on a A9PR-IIIc-e-3
C ARTS OF THE NEOCLASSIC par with global standards. Activity/Motivation:
A AND A10PL-IIIh-1 Concept Map Evaluation:
L ROMANTIC PERIOD 2. Determine the role or function of A9PR-IIIc-e-2 Question and Answer
II. Romantic artworks by evaluating their Cards
E 4. Goya utilization and combination of art Analysis:
X 5. Delacroix elements and principles. Make Them Guess
A 6. Gericault A10PL-IIIh-2 A9PR-IIIc-e-2
M (Pp. 102- 113) 3. Use artworks to derive the
traditions/history of a
3 DAYS community. A10PL-IIIh-3 Abstraction:
4. Create artworks that can be Picture Prompt
assembled with local materials. A9PR-IIIc-e-1
A10PR-IIIc-e-1

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1. Engage in moderate to vigorous Drill: Go to your Post Application:
physical activities for at least 60 PE9RD-IIIb-1 Teach a friend-
Social (community minutes a day in and out of OK/Simulation
dance, mixers, festival) school. PE10PF-IIIch-45 Activity/Motivation: PE9PF-IIIb-h30
T and Ballroom dances 2. Apply correct techniques to Executing Dance Steps
H (Cha-cha, rock and roll) minimize risk of injuries. PE9RD-IIIb-h-4 Evaluation:
I Nature and Background PE10PF-IIIch-56 Placemats
R (Pp. 175- 187) 3. Analyze the effects of media and Analysis:
D technology on fitness and Rank and Report
3 DAYS physical activity. PE9PF-IIIb-h28
P PE10PF-IIIb46
E Abstraction:
R Diagnostic Session
I PE9PF-IIIb-h30
O HEALTH
D C. Use of Dressing and
I Bandages (alternatives Drill: Buzz Session Application:
C include clean cloth or, H10HC-IIIb-c3 Demonstration
A handkerchief) 1. Analyze the issues in the
L 1. Principles of Wound implementation of global health Activity/Motivation: Evaluation:
Dressing (careful initiatives. H10HC-IIIb-c3 List Ten Things Personal Vignette
E handling, large enough 2. Recommend ways of adopting H10HC-IIId-e4
X to cover the wound, global health initiatives to local or
A should fit snugly and not national context. Analysis:
M cut off circulation) H10HC-IIId-e4 Word Pictures
2. Bandaging Techniques H10HC-IIIb-c3
(for the head; forehead;
ear, cheek and jaw; Abstraction:
burned hand; sprained/ ankle; Discussion of Hand- Outs
and dislocated H10HC-IIIb-c3
arm) H10HC-IIId-e4
(Pp.244- 263)

2 DAYS

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FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES
Drill: Pyramiding Application:
F MUSIC Group Singing
O Activity/Motivation: MU10CM-IIIgh-7
U INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 1. Create a musical on the life of a Group Graphic
R OF THE ROMANTIC selected contemporary Philippine Evaluation:
T PERIOD (1820-1900) composer. MU10CM-IIIgh-7 Analysis: Short Quiz
H d) Composers: Frederic 2. Evaluate music and music Item Clarification
Chopin, Peter Illych performances using knowledge of MU10CM-IIIh-8
M Tchaikovsky, Franz musical elements and style.
O Liszt, and Camille MU10CM-IIIh-8 Abstraction:
N Saint-Saens. Pinwheel Discussion
T (Pp. 42- 49)
H
L 2 DAYS
y
Drill: Incomplete Sentence
E ARTS Application:
X 1. Create a musical on the life of a Activity/Motivation: Labeled Drawing
A ARTS OF THE NEOCLASSIC selected contemporary Philippine Sticky Notes Discussion MU10CM-IIIgh-7
M AND composer. MU10CM-IIIgh-7 MU10CM-IIIh-8
ROMANTIC PERIOD 2. Evaluate music and music Evaluation:
II. Romantic performances using knowledge of Analysis: One Sentence
4. Goya musical elements and style. Lecture Reaction Summary
5. Delacroix MU10CM-IIIh-8 MU10CM-IIIh-8
6. Gericault
(Pp. 102- 113) Abstraction: Pinwheel
Discussion
1 DAYS MU10CM-IIIh-8

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1. Critique (verifies and validates) Drill: Picture Prompt Application:
media information on fitness and Human Tableaux/Class
Social (community physical activity issues. Activity/Motivation: Modeling
dance, mixers, festival) PE10PF-IIIb47 Blender
and Ballroom dances 2. Express a sense of purpose and PE10PF-IIIch-48 Evaluation:
(Cha-cha, rock and roll) belongingness by participating in Analysis: 80/20 Rule
Nature and Background physical activity-related Provocative Picture
F (Pp. 175- 187) community services and PE10PF-IIIb47
O programs. PE10PF-IIIch-48
U 2 DAYS 3. Recognize the needs of others in Abstraction:
R real life and in meaningful ways. Presentation with Listening
T PE10PF-IIIch-49 Teams
H PE10PF-IIIch-49

M HEALTH 1. Analyze the issues in the Drill: Simulation Part 1 Application:


O E. First aid for common implementation of global health Simulation Part 2
N unintentional injuries and initiatives. H10HC-IIIb-c3 Activity/Motivation: H10HC-IIId-e4
T medical emergencies 2. Recommend ways of adopting Buzz Session
H 1. musculoskeletal injuries global health initiatives to local or H10HC-IIIb-c3 Evaluation:
L (sprain, strain, fracture, national context. Personal Vignette
y dislocation) H10HC-IIId-e4 Analysis:
2. bleeding Word Pictures
E 3. burn (superficial, partial
X and full-thickness)
A 4. heat emergencies (heat Abstraction:
M exhaustion, heat Discussion of Hand- Outs
stroke) H10HC-IIId-e4
5. bleeding H10HC-IIIb-c3
6. poisoning
7. choking
8. drowning
9. heart attack
10. electrocution
(Pp.244- 263)
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FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES
1. Describe how an idea or story in Drill: Brainstorm Sessions Application:
F MUSIC a musical play is presented in a Group
I live performance or video. Activity/Motivation: Singing/Chanting
F Vocal Music of the MU10MM-IIIa-h-1 Group Graphic
T Romantic Period 2. Explain how theatrical element in MU10MM-IIIch-3 Evaluation:
H a) Art song a selected part of a musical play Analysis: Short Quiz/80/20 Rule
b) Opera are combined with music and Item Clarification
M (51- 52) media to achieve certain effects. MU10MM-IIIa-h-1
O MU10MM-IIIah-2 Abstraction:
N 2 DAYS 3. Sing selections from musical Word Pictures
T plays and opera expressively. MU10MM-IIIah-2
H MU10MM-IIIch-3
L
Y 1. Explain how an idea or theme is Drill: Brainstorm Sessions
ARTS communicated in a selected
E performance through the Activity/Motivation: Application:
X WESTERN CLASSICAL integration of musical sounds, Rank and Report Modeling
A PLAYS songs, dialogue and dance. A10PL-IVh-1 A10EL-IVc-3
M AND OPERAS A10EL-IVb-4 A10PR-IVe-1
Greek: 2. Analyze examples of plays based Analysis: Evaluation:
Oedipus Rex, Medea on theatrical forms, and elements Build from Restricted Comic Strip (4 acts
Renaissance: of art as applied to performance. Components only)
Shakespeare Plays A10EL-IVa-2 A10EL-IVa-2
Romantic: 3. Illustrate how the different
Carmen elements are used to Abstraction:
I. Elements of Art as communicate the meaning. Read and Discuss
Applied to A10EL-IVc-3 A10EL-IVb-4
4. Define the uniqueness of each
Western Classical Theater original performance.
and Opera: A10PL-IVh-1

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1. Sound & Music 5. Design with a group the visual
2. Gesture, Movement and components of a school play
Dance (stage design, costume, props,
3. Costume, Mask, Make-up, etc.). A10PR-IVe-1
and
Accessories Spectacle
(Pp. 115- 122)
F
I 4 DAYS
F 1. Assess physical activities, Drill: Chorale Response Application:
T PHYSICAL EDUCATION exercises and eating habits. Teach a friend- OK
H PE10PF-IVah-39 Activity/Motivation: PE10PF-IVah-39
Active Recreation 2. Determine risk factors related to l Think Break PE10PF-IVc-h45
M a. Indoor lifestyle diseases (obesity, PE10PF-IVc-h56
O 1.individual and diabetes, heart disease). Analysis: Evaluation:
N dual sports PE10PF-IVa40 “Choices” Déjà vu/Short Quiz
T 2. team sports 3. Engage in moderate to vigorous PE10PF-IVa40
H physical activities for at least 60
L minutes a day in and out of Abstraction:
Y 3. dances school. PE10PF-IVc-h45 Punctuated Lectures
(Pp. 189- 196) 4. Apply correct techniques to PE10PF-IVc-h56
minimize risk of injuries.
E 4 DAYS PE10PF-IVc-h56
X 5. Analyze the effects of media and
A technology on fitness and
M physical activity. PE10PF-IVb46

HEALTH 1. Discuss the components and Drill: Pair- Share- Repeat Application:
steps in making a personal Simulation
A. Concept of intentional health career plan. H10PC-Iva-b2
injuries H10PC-Iva-b1
B. Types of intentional injuries
1. Bullying (cyber bullying)
2. Stalking Evaluation:
3. Extortion True or False?

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4. Gang and youth Activity/Motivation:
violence Truth Statements
5. Illegal fraternity-related
violence 2. Prepare a personal health career Analysis:
F 6. Kidnapping and following the prescribed Venn Diagram
I abduction components and steps.
F 7. Acts of terror H10PC-Iva-b2 Abstraction:
T 8. Domestic violence Word Cloud Guessing
H 9. Suicide H10PC-Iva-b1
10. Sexual victimization and
other forms of sexual
abuse and harassment
(Pp. 265- 270)

4 DAYS

FORMATIVE
LESSONS LEARNING COMPETENCIES TEACHING STRATEGIES ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES
1. Create / improvises appropriate Drill: Group Graphic
MUSIC sounds, music, gestures, MU9OP-IVb-h5 Application:
movements, and costume using Minute Role Play
F Vocal Music of the media and technology for a Activity/Motivation:
O Romantic Period selected part of a musical play. Pyramiding Evaluation:
U c) Composers: Franz MU10MM-IIIch-4 MU9OP-IVb-h4 Group Second Tests
R Schubert, 2. Present an excerpt from a 20th or
T Guiseppe Verdi, 21st century Philippine musical Analysis:
H Giacomo Puccini, and highlight its similarities and Real World
and Richard differences to other western MU9OP-IVb-h5
Wagner musical play.
(Pp.52- 58) MU10MM-IIIgh-5 Abstraction:
Half- Class Lecture
3 DAYS MU9OP-IVb-h4

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ARTS 1. Assume the role of a character as Drill: Incomplete Sentence Application:
an actor/performance, or A10PR-IVh-2 Teach- OK
WESTERN CLASSICAL production staff (director, A10PR-IVd-4
F PLAYS choreography, light designer, Activity/Motivation: A10PR-IVf-g-5
O AND OPERAS stage manager). A10PR-IVh-2 Rank and Report Evaluation:
U Greek: 2. Analyze the uniqueness of the True or False?
R Oedipus Rex, Medea group that was given recognition Analysis:
T Renaissance: for its performance and explain Provocative Picture
H Shakespeare Plays what component contributed to A10PR-IVh-3
Romantic: its selection. A10PR-IVh-3
P Carmen 3. Contribute to the Abstraction:
E II. Elements of Art as conceptualization of an original Read and Discuss
R Applied to performance. PE10PF-IIIch-49
I Western Classical Theater A10PR-IVd-4
O and Opera: 4. Choreograph the movements and
D 4. Sound & Music gestures needed in the effective
I 5. Gesture, Movement and delivery of an original
C Dance performance with the use of
A 6. Costume, Mask, Make-up, media. A10PR-IVf-g-5
L and 5. Improvise accompanying sound
Accessories and rhythm needed in the
E 7. Spectacle effective delivery of an original
X (Pp. 122- 126) performance with the use of
A different media. A10PR-IVf-g-6
M 3 DAYS

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1. Critique (verifies and validates) Drill: Picture Prompt


media information on fitness and PE9PF-IVb-h-43
Active Recreation physical activity issues. Application:
b. Out door PE10PF-IVb47 Activity/Motivation: 3 Minute Role Play
1. Hiking 2. Express a sense of purpose and Provocative Pictures PE9PF-IVb-h-43
2. Camping belongingness by participating in PE9PF-IVb-h-43 PE9PF-IVb-h-43
3. Orienteering physical activity-related. PE9PF-IVb-h-43
4. Biking PE10PF-IVc-h48
Note: Activities not 3. Recognize the needs of others in Analysis: Evaluation:

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limited to the above list real life and in meaningful ways. What, How, Why Haiku
(Pp.196- 202) PE10PF-IIIch-49 Questions? PE9PF-IVb-h-43
F PE9PF-IVb-h-43
O 2 DAYS PE9PF-IVb-h-43
U
R Abstraction:
T Pop Culture
H PE9PF-IVb-h-43

P PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1. Explore the various health career Drill: Chorale Response Application:
E paths selects a particular health Teach a friend- OK
R Other Dance Forms career pathway based on Activity/Motivation: H10PC-IVc-d3
I (Hip-hop, Street dance, personal competence and Think Break
O Cheer dance, Contemporary interest; participates in a health Analysis: Evaluation:
D dance) career orientation program. “Choices” Déjà vu/Short Quiz
I (Pp. 278- 283) H10PC-IVc-d3 H10PC-IVc-d4
C 2. Decide on an appropriate health
A career path. H10PC-IVc-d4 Abstraction:
L Punctuated Lectures

E
X
A
M

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HEALTH

C. Prevention and 1. Explore the various health career Drill: Carousel Application:
management of intentional paths selects a particular health Brainstorming Decision making
injuries career pathway based on
self-protection personal competence and Activity/Motivation: Evaluation:
preventing self-harm interest; participates in a health Mystery Number Draw Your Partner
promoting a culture of career orientation program.
non-violence through H10PC-IVc-d3 Analysis:
healthful behaviors 2. Decide on an appropriate health “Opposites”
reporting cases of career path. H10PC-IVc-d4 H10PC-IVc-d4
violence to proper
authorities Abstraction:
(Pp. 270) Discussion Hand- Outs
H10PC-IVc-d3
2 DAYS

Prepared by: MR. SHIELOH E. ALCASID Checked by: MS. JADE M. ISAAL
MAPEH 9 – Teacher MAPEH Head Coordinator

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