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DR. V. LOCSIN ST., DUMAGUETE CITY, NEG OR.

JULY 24, 2017

C. SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

I. OBJECTIVE
At the end of the 1.5 hours lesson, the students are expected to learn the:
A. the various aspects of holistic development: physiological, cognitive,
psychological, spiritual, and social development
B. illustrate the connections between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in
a person’s holistic development
C. discuss the relationship among physiological, cognitive, psychological,
spiritual, and social development to understand his/her thoughts,
feelings, and behaviors
II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. Topic: Kapwa ko, Kapamilya ko: The Filipino Self and the Family
B. References:
1. Social Psychology in the Philippine Context
C. Material: pictures, slides, and visual aids
III. PROCEDURE
A. Preparation
1. Prayer/Devotion
2. Attendance Check
3. Preliminary questions:
a. Define frustrations, stress and coping.
b. What are the main sources of frustrations

B. Presentation
1. The Family is the smallest social institution with the unique
function or producing and rearing the young.
i. Characteristics of the Filipino Family
 The family is closely knit and family ties.
 The Filipino family is usually an extended one and
therefore, big.
 The Filipino family’s kinship style includes the
“compadre” or sponsors.
 Roles between sexes manifests in function and
assignment.
ii. Functions of the family
 Reproduction of the race and rearing the young
 Cultural transmission or enculturation
 Socialization of the Child
 Providing affection and a sense of security
 Providing the environment for personality
development and the growth of self-concept in
relations to others
 Providing social status
iii. Types of Families
 Structure- Conjugal or Cosanguine/extended
 Terms- Polyandry, Polygamy, or cenogamy
 Descent- Patrilineal, Matrilineal, Bilineal
 Residence- Patrilocal, Matrilocal, Neolocal
 Authority- Patriarchal, Matriarchal, Equalitarian
2. Individualist and Collectivist cultures
a. Individualist cultures emphasize that people are
independent of their groups whereas collectivist
cultures emphasize the interdependence among
people.
3. Kapwa
a. As self with others
Kapwa as the core concept of Filipino interpersonal
relations emphasizes the self as fundamentally
related with others, and not separate or distinct as
conceptualized in the western countries.

b. As shared inner self


Kapwa corresponds to pakikipagkapwa or relating
to others as fellow human beings (kapwa tao). As
such, Filipinos are socially expected to regard
others with dignity and respect.

c. As relation to other selves


Filipinos make use of pakikiramdam or the active
process of being aware of and being sensitive to
others’ thoughts, feelings, and actions.

d. As embedded in the group


The Filipino self is dependent on its primary group.
We find security in the group. As such, we are
sensitive to others’ approval. We experience the
phenomenon of hiya or sensitivity to others, as
likened to shyness, timidity and embarrassment.
The Filipino self will not assert itself independently,
rather it will seek to maintain group norms.

C. Practice:
Expound your understanding. Explain briefly and concisely:
“The family is basic to the life of Filipinos. It is the center of their
universe. Most of what they do, what they think, and what they
idealize, among others, are first learned within the narrow confines
of the family. (Jocano, 1998)”

IV. ASSESSMENT
The lesson shall continue.

V. ASSIGNMENT
A. What are norms?
B. Discuss 5 Filipino values.

Prepared by: YVES JOHN MARK D. MANABAN


Instructor

Checked and Evaluated by: MRS. JOSEPHINE O. ACOJEDO, LLB


SHS Principal