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Daily Learning Plan

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MUSIC 6
FIRST QUARTER

Writers:
Norina M. Maderazo
Ma. Gina I. Mendoza
Leonora A. Jarlos
Leonora S. Dimaano
May P. Villena
Emma Ramirez
Marifi Cueto
Rowena F. Ronquillo
Jermee Christine Dela Luna
Madelon D. Perez
Learning Plan in Music 6
Quarter 1- Week 1
I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards
Demonstrate understanding of the concept of rhythm by
applying notes and rests, rhythmic patterns, and time
signature.

B. Performance Standards
Responds to beats in music heard with appropriate
conducting patterns of 2, 3, and 4 and 6
4 4 4 8

C. Learning Competency
Identifies the notes and rests used in a particular song 2,3,4
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Code: MU6RH-IA-1

II. CONTENT
Notes and Rests

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Learner’s Material pp.1-8
2. Text books
MAPEH in Action pp.14,15 and 17

IV. PROCEDURE
A. Drill
Game: Passing the Box (inside the box are different notes
and rests with value)
The pupils will pass the box and when the music stops, the
pupil who is holding the box will pick a card and identify the
notes and rests written on it.

B. Review
Clap the following notes using in 2, 3, 4
4 4 4

2
4

3
4

4
4

2
4
1
3
4 .
4
4

C. Motivation
Singing the sofa syllable using Kodaly Method.
D. Presentation
Group Activities
2.1 Setting standards in grouping.
2.2 The teacher will group the pupils into three groups.
Sing and identify the different kinds of notes and rests and
each value in corresponding time signature
Group 1- Leron- LeronSinta (2)
4
Group 2- ParuparongBukid (3)
4
Group 3- Si Pilemon (4)
4
2.3 Presentation of the group

E. Discussion
-What do you notice about the time signature of the songs?
Do they have the same time signature? How about the notes
of the songs? In the song Leron-LeronSinta with the time
signature 2, what notes do you notice? In Paruparong
4
Bukid?Si Pilemon?
- Aside from notes what other musical symbols have you
seen?
- Do whole note and whole rest receive the same number of
beats? How are they related with each other? How about
half note and half rest? Quarter note and Quarter rest?
Eighth note and Eighth rest? Sixteenth note and Sixteenth
Rest?
- How many beats are there in time signatures 2, 3, 4?
4 4 4
F. Application
Group Activities
Identify the different notes and rests written on the staff.
Write your answer on the blank.

Group 1

2
4

(1)____ (2)____ (3)____ (4)____ (5)____

Group 2

3
4

(1)____ (2)_____ (3)____ (4)____ (5)____

Group 3

4
4

(1)____(2)____ (3)____ (4)____ (5)____


G. Generalization
What are the different kinds of notes and rests used in
particular song with time signature 2, 3, 4?
4 4 4
V. EVALUATION
Identify and write the name of the following notes and rests.
Write the answer on the blank.

2
4
(1)____ (2)____

3
4
(3)_____

4
4
(4)_____ (5)____

VI. ASSIGNMENT
Research a familiar song and identify the kinds of notes and
rests used.
Learning Plan in Music 6
Quarter 1- Week 2

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards
Demonstrate understanding of the concept of rhythm by
applying notes and rests, rhythmic patterns, and time
signature.

B. Performance Standards
Responds to beats in music heard with appropriate
conducting patterns of 2, 3, 4 and 6
4 4 4 8

C. Learning Competency
Differentiates among 2 and 6 time signature
4 8
Code: MU6RH-Ib-e2

II. CONTENT
Meters

III. LEARNING COMPETENCIES


A. References
1. Learner’s Material pp. 9-12
2. Text books
Umawit at Gumuhit p.15
MAPEH in Action p.17
IV. PROCEDURE
A. Review
Recall the song “Leron-Leron Sinta”. Pupils will do the beat
of the song while singing.

B. Motivation
Group Activity (3 groups)
Puzzle (Boat)
The pupils will form the puzzle while the music is playing.
The group who can form the puzzle first will be the winner.

C. Presentation
Present the song “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” with 6 time
8
signature.

D. Discussion
1. What is the time signature of the song?
(The teacher will show the value of notes and rests in 6 time
8
signature)
2. How many beats are there in each measure in 6 time
8
signature?

3. What note receives 1 beat in 2 signature? How about in 6


4 8
time signature?
4. What kind of notes will be combined to have 6 beats in
one measure or in each measure?
5. What can you say about the time signature used from the
song learned?(Magtanim ay di Biro and the song “Row, Row
Row Your Boat”? Do they have the same time signature?
Can you give the differences of time signature 2
4
and 6.
4

E. Application
Group Activity
Divide the class into 2 groups.
Choose the correct notes and rest that corresponds to the
given time signatures.

Group 1

2
4

Group 2

6
8
F. Generalization
How can you differentiate the 2 and 6 time signature?
4 8

In 2 time signature, there are two beats in a measure


4 and the quarter note receives one beat while in 6
8
time signature, there are 6 beats in a measure and
the eight note receives one beat.

V. EVALUATION
Using the different kinds of notes and rests, create your own
rhythmic pattern in the following time signatures.

2
4

6
8

VI. ASSIGNMENT
Research and study the song “Dandansoy”.
Learning Plan in Music 6
Quarter 1- Week 3

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards
Demonstrates understanding of the concept of rhythm by
applying notes and rests, rhythmic patterns, and time
signatures.

B. Performance Standards
Responds to beats in music heard with appropriate
conducting patterns of 2, 3, 4 and 6
4 4 4 8

C. Learning Competency
Differentiates between 3 and 6 time signature
4 8
Code: MU6RH-Ib-e2

II. CONTENT
Meters

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Learner’s Material pp.13-16
2. Text book
MAPEH in Action pp.16 and 17
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Review
The pupils will sing the songs Leron-Leron Sinta and Row,
Row, Row Your Boat?
What is the time signature of the songs?

B. Motivation
What other folk songs do you know?
Are you familiar with the song Dandansoy?

C. Presentation
The song “Dandansoy” has six beats in every measure.

Dandansoy is a Visayan Folk Song that's also sung as a

lullaby.

Dandansoy is a farewell song; the title is the name of the

boy to whom the singer is saying goodbye.

The teacher will play the song while the pupils listen.

D. Discussion
1. What is the time signature of the song?
(The teacher will show the value of notes and rests in 6 time
8
signature)
2. How many beats are there in each measure in 6 time
8
signature?
3. What note receives 1 beat in 3 time signature? How about
4
in 6 time signature?
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4. What kind of notes will be combined to have 6 beats in
each measure?
5. What can you say about the time signature used from the
song learned? (Paruparong Bukid and the song
“Dandansoy”? Can you give the differences of time
signatures 2 and 6?
4 8
E. Application
Grouping Activities
The class will be grouped into two.
Directions: Complete the graphic organizer to supply the
data needed. ”ParuparongBukid” and” Dandansoy”

Group 1

Time Signature Notes Used

Paruparong Bukid

Rest Used
Group 2

Time Signature Notes Used

Dandansoy

Rest Used

F.Generalization
How can you differentiate 3 and 6 time signature?
4 8

In 3 time signature, there are three beats in a measure,


4 and quarter note receives one beat while in 6 time
8
signature there are 6 beats in a measure and the eight note
receives one beat.

V. EVALUATION

Using the different kinds of notes and rests, create your own rhythmic
pattern in the following time signatures.

3
4

6
8
VI. ASSIGNMENT

Practice singing the song Dandansoy at home.


Learning Plan in Music 6
Quarter 1- Week 4

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards
Demonstrates understanding of the concept of rhythm by
applying notes and rests, rhythmic patterns, and time
signatures.

B. Performance Standards
Responds to beats in music heard with appropriate
conducting patterns of 2, 3, 4 and 6
4 4 4 8
C. Learning Competency
Differentiates among 4 and 6 time signature
4 8
Code: MU6RH-Ib-e2

II. CONTENT
Meters

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Learner’s Material pp.17-20
2. Text book
MAPEH in Action pp. 15 and 16

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Review
Write the number of beats receive by each note.

6
8

B. Motivation

Ask the pupils to sing the song Dandansoy using rhythmic


patterns and using different parts of the body.

C. Presentation

The teacher will play the song Si Pilemon with 4 time


4
signature and the song Dandansoy with 6 time signature.
8
Divide the class into two groups. Ask each group to
perform the song creatively.
Group 1- Si Pelimon
Group 2- Dandansoy

D. Discussion
1. What is the time signature of the songs?
(The teacher will show the value of notes and rests in 6 and
8

4 time signature)
4
2. How many beats are there in each measure in 6 time
8
signature?
3. What note receives 1 beat in 4 signature? How about in 6
4 8
signature?

4. What kind of notes will be combined to have 6 beats in


one measure or in each measure?
5. What can you say about the time signature used from the
song learned? (Si Pelimon and the song “Dandansoy”? Do
they have the same time signature? Can you give the
differences of time signature 4and 6?
4 8

E. Application
Grouping Activities
1. Group the class into three groups
2. Set the standards in grouping.

Group 1- Interpret the rhythmic pattern through


clapping.

4
4

Group 2- Using the different kinds of notes and rests;


create rhythmic patterns in the 6 time signature.

6
8
Group 3- Complete the table below.
Dandansoy Si Pelimon
Time Signature
Notes Used
Rest Used

E. Generalization
How can you differentiate the 4 and 6 time signature?
4 8

In 4 time signature, there are four beats in a measure


4 and the quarter note receives one beat while in 6
8
time Signature, there are 6 beats in a measure and
the eight note receives one beat.

V. EVALUATION
Complete the graphic organizer to differentiate the songs.
How is the song sung? Write in each circle the description of the
element of the song. (Teacher may use other graphic organizer)

Time Signature Notes Used Time Signature NotesUsed

Si Pilemon Dandansoy

Rest Used Rest Used


VI. ASSIGNMENT

Create your own rhythmic patterns with 4 and 6 time signature.


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QUARTER 1 – WEEK 5

I. OBJECTIVES:
A. Content Standards
Demonstrates understanding of the concept of rhythm by applying
notes and rests, rhythmic patterns, and time signatures.

B. Performance Standards

Responds to beats in music heard with appropriate conducting


patterns of 2 and 3
4 4
C. Learning Competency
Demonstrates the conducting gestures of 2 and 3 time signatures.
4 4
II. CONTENT:
Demonstrating the conducting gestures of 2 and 3 time signatures.
4 4
III. LEARNING RESOURCES:
A. REFERENCES
1. Curriculum Guide MU6RH-Id-e-3

B. Other Learning Resources

LCD, laptop, USB, pictures

IV. PROCEDURE
A. Motivation
Through the pictures. What is in the picture?
Ask: Have you watched an orchestra performance? Or A choral
and rondalla presentations? What did you notice in front of the
performers?

B. Presentation:
Let us watch the example of orchestra performance. (Video
presentation)
Who is the one leading an orchestra, choral and other
instrumental group?
C. Group Activity
Group the pupils into four groups and give them their activity
cards. Present the song and identify the following.

Time signature Number of beat


Note used Rhythmic pattern
Rest used Conducting

Group 1: Magtanim ay Di Biro


Group 2: Paruparong Bukid
Group 3: Pamulinawen
Group 4: Tinikling

D. Discussion
Ask:
What are the time signatures, notes used, rests used in the
different songs presented?
Demonstrate the conducting gestures of 2 and 3 time
4 4 signatures.
E. Application

Demonstrate the conducting gestures of the following songs.


3 2
4 Paruparong Bukid 4 Magtanim ay di Biro

2 3
4 Pamulinawen 4 Tinikling

F. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills

Why is conducting important? How can you relate this with your
personal life? Who is the conductor of your life?

G. Generalization

What is conducting?

V. EVALUATION

You are a choral member. Perform a song of your own choice and
create rhythmic gestures using the different parts of your body as
your accompaniment. Assign a Conductor.

VI ASSIGNMENT:

Practice conducting “Lupang Hinirang”. Be ready in conducting in


front of your classmates.
QUARTER 1 – WEEK 6

I. OBJECTIVES:
A. Content Standard
Demonstrates understanding of the concept of
rhythm by applying notes, rest, rhythmic patterns
and time signatures

B. Performance Standards

Responds to beats in music heard with appropriate


conducting pattern4 and 6.
4 8
C. Learning Competency
Demonstrates the conducting gestures of 4 and 6
time signatures. 4 8

II. CONTENT:
Demonstrating the conducting gestures of 4 and 6
time signatures. 4 8

III. LEARNING RESOURCES:


A. References
1. Curriculum Guide MU6RH- e-3
B. Other Learning Resources
LCD, laptop, picture
IV. PROCEDURE
A. Reviewing previous lessons
1. Let’s sing our songs yesterday with conducting.
2. Let’s sing “Lupang Hinirang“ with conducting
gestures to check if you did your assignment.
B. Presentation

1. Present “Are You Sleeping” and Dandansoy songs.


2. Ask:
What is the time signature of the each song?
What are the notes used?

What are the rests used?

C.Discussion

1. Modelling:
(The teacher will show how to conduct the 4 and 6
4 8
time signatures).
2. Guided Practice:
Pupils will sing Are You Sleeping and Dandansoy with
proper conducting of 4 and 6 time signatures.
4 8
3. Independent Practice:
Each pupil will show how to conduct 4 and 6 time
4 8
signatures while singing.

D. Application

Group Activity

Group the pupils into three groups and give them their
activity cards. Present the songs and the elements of
music on your song.
Time signature Number of beat
Note used Rhythmic pattern
Rest used Conducting
Group 1: Si Pilemon
Group 2: Dandansoy
Group 3: Are you sleeping

V. EVALUATION

Form 4 groups. Choose a conductor. Clap your hand if you


are ready.
Group 1:Magtanim ay di Biro Group 2: Paru- ParongBukid
Group 3: Si Pilemon Group 4: Dandansoy

RUBRICS FOR PERFORMANCE OF THE PUPILS

RAWSCORE INDICATORS
5 All the members of the group execute/ perform the
job/presentation beyond expectation.

4 All the members of the group execute/ perform the


job/presentation based on the given guidelines.

3 All the members of the group execute/ perform the


job/presentation satisfactory.

2 The members of the group have not shown cooperation and


coordination during the execution/performance of the
job/presentation.

1 The members of the group have not shown an orderly


execution/performance of the job/presentation.

0 The members of the group have not executed/performed the


job/presentation.
VI. ASSIGNMENT

Practice conducting 4 and 6 time signature in front of the mirror.


4 8
Learning Plan in Music 6

QUARTER 1 - WEEK 7

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards

Demonstrates understanding of the concept of rhythm by applying


notes and rests, rhythmic patterns, and the time signatures

B. Performance Standards

Respond to beats in music heard with appropriate conducting


patterns of 2, 3, 4

4 4 4

C. Learning Competency

Identify through conducting the relationship of the first and last


measure in an incomplete measure

Code: (MU6RH- If- 4)

II. CONTENT
Rhythm: Musical symbols and concepts

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. Reference
1. LMs pp.30-33
2. Umawit at Gumuhit 6pp 39- 40
The 21st Century MAPEH in Action pp 11-17
IV. PROCEDURES

A. Preparatory Activities
1. Warm up
Vocalization

2. Drill
Naming notes rest and beats

3. Review
Conducting gestures of 2, 3, 4 and 6 time signatures.
4 4 4 8
B. Motivation
Through clapping, try to do this pattern in each
measure?

Is the first measure complete? How about the last measure?


C. Presentation
1. Song:
“Magtanim ay di biro”

2. Group Activity
2.1. Group the pupils into 3 groups and give the activity
card
2.2. Setting the Standards
2.3. Refer to LMs
2.4. Teacher Supervision

D. Discussion
What is the time signature of the song “Magtanim ay di
Biro”?
How many beats are there in each measure?
Did you notice something in the song piece? In the number
of beat in each measure? Is it complete?
What do you think is the relationship of the first and last
measure of the song?
Can you show it through conducting?

E. Application
Refer to LM pp.30-33

F. Generalization
How will you show through conducting, the relationship of
the first and last measure in an incomplete measure?
(There are song that have incomplete measure. In
conducting, you will always start in down beat. In order to
make it complete, the last
incomplete measure is just the continuation of the first
measure.)

V. EVALUATION
In a group, show the relationship of first and last measure of
this song through conducting.

Source:
Title of the book: Music Arts and P.E
Author: Nonabelle C. Agapay
RUBRICS FOR PERFORMANCE OF THE PUPILS

RAWSCORE INDICATORS
5 All the members of the group execute/ perform the
job/presentation beyond expectation.
4 All the members of the group execute/ perform the
job/presentation based on the given guidelines.
3 All the members of the group execute/ perform the
job/presentation satisfactory.
2 The members of the group have not shown cooperation
and coordination during the execution/performance of the
job/presentation.
1 The members of the group have not shown an orderly
execution/performance of the job/presentation.
0 The members of the group have not executed/performed
the job/presentation.

VI. ASSIGNMENT

Practice conducting a song with an incomplete measure.


Learning Materials in Music 6

QUARTER 1 WEEK 8

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standards
Demonstrate understanding of the concept of rhythm by applying
notes and rests, rhythmic patterns, and time signature.

B. Performance Standards
Responds to beats in music heard with appropriate conducting
patterns of 2, 3,4 and 6
4 4 4 8

C. Learning Competency
Creates rhythmic patterns in 2 3 4 and 6

4 44 8

II. CONTENT
Rhythmic patterns

Code:MU6RH- Ig- h- 5

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Learner’s Material pp.34-40
2. Text books
MAPEH in Action pp. 8, 19,20
IV. PROCEDURE

Greet with the usual SO – S0 – MI – SO – MI greeting. SO - SO


- MI - SO - MI
Teacher: Good Morn - ing Child - ren
Pupils: Good Morn - ing Teach - er
Pupils: Good Morn - ing class - mates
Teacher: How are you to - day?
Pupils: I am fine, thank you.

A. Drill
Flash cards
Identify the name of the following notes and rest.

B. Reviewing previous lesson


Directions: Demonstrates the conducting gestures of
different songs with 2 , 3 , 4 , and 6 time signatures.

4 4 4 8

C. Motivation
Asks: What is in the picture?
Have you watched a parade or drum and lyre presentation during
Sublian festival here in Batangas City?
Do you want to be with them in the parade?

What do you feel every time you hear the beats of the drum? Is it
exciting? Does it make you feel like dancing, nodding, clapping
andtapping your feet?

D. Presentation
Through the use of video presentation.
I have here an example of video presentation with dancing,
nodding, clapping and tapping.
Based on video presentation we learned a rhythmic pattern by
clapping or tapping a steady beat a combination of notes and rests.
Let us do the following notes using rhythmic pattern.

2
4

3
4

4
4

Now its your group activity to create a rhythmic patterns using the
following songs.
Group Activities
2.1 Setting standards in grouping.
2.2 The teacher will group the pupils into three groups.
Group 1- Leron- Leron Sinta 2
4
Group 2- Paruparong Bukid 3
4
Group 3- Si Pilemon 4
4
2.3 Presentation of the group

E. Discussion

What song is used to create rhythmic patterns in 2

4 time

signature

What kinds of rhythmic patterns did they use?

How about in 3 signature?

4 time signature? In 4 time signature?

Valuing: Is it important to have rhythmic patterns in dealing


with a song? Why?

F. Generalization

What have you learned today?


G. Application

Group Activity

Group 1- You are a composer.

Using the different kinds of notes and rests. Create your own
rhythmic patterns in the 2 , 3 , and 4 , time signatures.

4 4 4

Group 2 – You are an instrumentalist.

Create and play different rhythmic patterns that are suited for

the accompaniment of drum and lyre band. ( drum and lyre


made of recycled materials found at home)

Group 3 – You are a chorale member.

Perform a song of your own choice and create rhythmic

gestures using the different parts of your body as your

accompaniment

V. EVALUATION:

Directions: Create and choose at least one rhythmic patterns


in 2, 3 4 and 6

4 44 8 time signatures?

Based from the activity, the teacher will asses the students
performance using the rubrics.
Raw score Indicators

5 The group performed and interpret


rhythmic patterns through syllables,
clapping, stomping and feeling the beat
beyond expectation.
4 The group performed and interpret
rhythmic patterns through syllables,
clapping, stomping and feeling based on
the given guidelines.
3 The group performed and interpret
rhythmic patterns through syllables,
clapping, stomping and feeling with
satisfactory.
2 The group have not shown cooperation
and coordination during the
execution/performance of the
job/presentation
1 The group have not executed/performed
the job/presentation.

VI. ASSIGNMENT

Practice singing a song with rhythmic patterns in 2 3 4 and 6

. 4 44 8 time
signatures.