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SCHOOL CALOOCAN HIGH SCHOOL GRADE LEVEL 12

TEACHER Maricar Telan Artuz LEARNING AREA DISS


DATE Sept 9-11 QUARTER
CLASS SCHEDULE
Monday to friday Monday to friday Monday to Friday Monday to friday Monday to friday Monday to friday
BNC 2 HE BNC 2 HE BNC 2 HE BNC 2 HE BNC 2 HE BNC 2 HE
DIASS HUMSS 12-2 DIASS HUMSS 12-2 DIASS HUMSS 12-2 DIASS HUMSS 12-2 DIASS HUMSS 12-2 DIASS HUMSS 12-2
DISS HUMSS 12-4 DISS HUMSS 12-4 DISS HUMSS 12-4 DISS HUMSS 12-4 DISS HUMSS 12-4 DISS HUMSS 12-4
DISS HUMSS 12-1 DISS HUMSS 12-1 DISS HUMSS 12-1 DISS HUMSS 12-1 DISS HUMSS 12-1 DISS HUMSS 12-1
DIASS-3 HUMSS DIASS-3 HUMSS DIASS-3 HUMSS DIASS-3 HUMSS DIASS-3 HUMSS DIASS-3 HUMSS
DIASS HUMSS 12-4 DIASS HUMSS 12-4 DIASS HUMSS 12-4 DIASS HUMSS 12-4 DIASS HUMSS 12-4 DIASS HUMSS 12-4

I.OBJECTIVES
A. Learning Key concepts and approaches in the Social Sciences
Competence/
Content
Standards
B. Learning Interpret personal and social experiences using relevant approaches in the Social Science. 
Outcome/ Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the approaches
Performance
Standards
C. Learning Psychoanalysis Analyze the psychodynamics of the person’s personality in terms of Id, Ego,
Competencies and Superego Identify the three level of awareness.  The learners recognize the proponent
Objectives of the Psychoanalysis. HUMSS_DIS11-IIIi-1
(write the LC
code)
II.CONTENT PSYCHOANALYSIS
III.LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
B. Other Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences by Carlos Peña Tatel, pages 44-46  Compiled
Learning Lecture Notes in Theories of Personality by Benny S. Soliman, pages 10-12 
Resources http//www.Psychodynamic.20Approaches_simply.20Psychology.html
IV.PROCEDURES
A. 1Reviewing Ask the students to give examples of symbolicinteractionism. (3 minutes).
previous Elicit :
lesson or
presenting the (The activities in
new lesson this section will
evoke or draw out
prior concepts or
prior experiences
of the students)

B. Establishing a Teaser Video: “Titanic” Teacher will ask question after the video
purpose for the Engage : presentation. 1. What is the video all about? 2. What causes the titanic to
lesson sunk? 3. Why titanic was collided to the iceberg? (7 minutes)
(The activities in http://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=7=Ff5CS27-Y
this section will
C. Presenting
stimulate their Group Activity: Map Construction:  Learners will be group into five. 
examples/insta Learners will divide and plot the three level of awareness using the picture
thinking and help
nces of the of Iceberg.  Instruct the learners to discuss among their group mates
them access and
new lesson
connect prior regarding the division of the iceberg.  Learners will present their output
knowledge as a in the class. (10 minutes)
jumpstart to the
present lesson)
D. Discussing Teacher will show pictures that illustrate the three parts of the mind. From
new concepts Explore : the given pictures, leaners will be asked to say “MINE” if it represents
and practicing them otherwise say “NOT”. Pictures will be group according to the three
new skill #1 (In this section, level of awareness.Students with the same answers will be grouped
students will be
together and explain the level of awareness where they belong. (10
given time to
think, plan, minutes)
investigate and
organized
collected
information or the
performance of
the
planned/prepared
activities from the
students’ manual
with the data
gathering with
Guide Questions

E. Discussing
new concepts
and practicing
new skill #2
1. Developing Explain : Teacher will inject and further discuss the concept of the three level of
mastery (leads (In this section, awareness as part of the psychoanalysis. Discuss brief background of the
to Formative students will be proponent of Psychoanalysis. (5 minutes)
Assessment 3) involved in an
analysis of their
exploration. Their
understanding is
clarified and
modified because
of reflective
activities)/Analysi
s of the gathered
data and results
and be able to
answer the Guide
Questions leading
to the focus for
the day.)
2. Finding  Are there any instances that you have experience either one of these
practical three levels of awareness?  In what particular situation did you
applications of Elaboration : experience these levels of awareness?
concepts
3. Making (This section will Guide Question: 1.Who is the proponent of Psychoanalysis? 2.What are
generalization give the students the three level of awareness? Briefly explain. Sigmund Freud (1856-
and the opportunity to 1939)- Jewish background, though avowed atheist. Lived in Vienna until
abstractions expand and Nazi occupation in 1938. He had a medical background wanted to do
about the solidify/concretize
their
“neurophysiologic research”. He had a private practice in nervous and
lesson
understanding of brain disorders. He is the founding father of psychoanalysis.
the concept and/or Psychoanalytic theory is a framework for understanding the impact of the
apply it to the real unconscious on thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Conscious- contains
world situation.) those thoughts of which you are currently aware.Preconscious- stores all
the thoughts of which you could bring into consciousness fairly easily if
you wanted to; thoughts that can be easily recall without special
techniques. Unconscious- the material that we have no immediate access
to, and we cannot bring into consciousness except under certain extreme
situations. (10 minutes)
4. Evaluating Evaluation : Individual Activity: Construct/ draw your own representation of the level
Learning (This section will of awareness creatively. Briefly explain on your own words. (10 minutes)
provide
opportunities for
concept check,
test items and
answer key which
are aligned to the
learning
objectives –
content and
performance
standards and
address
misconceptions if
any)
5. Additional Extend :
Activities for (This section
application of gives situation
remediation that explains the
topic in a new
context, or
integrate it to
discipline/societal
concern)

VI. REFLECTION

HUMSS 12-1/HUMSS 12-3/HUMSS 12-2


A. Number of
learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
B. Number of
learners who
require additional
activities for
remediation
C. Did the remedial
lesson works? No.
of learners
D. No. of learners
who continue to
require
remediation
E. Which of my
teaching strategies
worked well? Why
did these work?
F. What difficulties
did I encounter
which 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?

Prepared by: Checked by:

Maricar T.Artuz Marites Directo


Teacher II Master Teacher I

Noted by :

Marvin A. Santos Ferdinand E. De Leon


Head, Mathematics Department Principal IV
SHS Focal Pe