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GAD-based iC CEBU

Lesson Exemplar

Grade Level: 10 Learning Area: PHYSICAL EDUCATION Quarter: 1 Duration: 50 minutes

Learning Area/s Integrated: English, Math, Science, Health, Arts
Integration Approach Used:
Multidisciplinary ✓ Interdisciplinary Transdisciplinary
I. 21 Century Skills to be developed (Please tick.)

✓ Communication ✓ Learning and Innovation ✓ Problem Solving

✓ Critical Thinking ✓Information Media and Technology ✓ Life and Career
II. Focused Learning Competencies (LC)
PE10PF-Ib-h-56 apply correct techniques to minimize risk of injuries
III. Focused GAD principle/s to be integrated
promote equal opportunities during physical activities
IV. Intended Learning Outcomes
Knowledge explain the nature and benefits of Yoga
Skills apply correct techniques in performing yoga to minimize risk of injuries
Attitude demonstrate critical thinking in interpreting the steps of Yoga with discipline and
cooperation with the group
Values show appreciation on the importance of accuracy and cooperation in
accomplishing tasks
DRRE perform basic first aid procedures to some common body injuries
V. Learning Active Recreation: Yoga
Concept Performing yoga with accuracy minimizes the risk of injuries and promotes healthy
and safety standards. It is applicable not only for women but also for men for all
Reference/s Cipriano, Eduardo V., et al. (2015). The 21st Century MAPEH in ACTION. Manila,
Philippines: REX Book Store
Theme Yoga
IMs Pictures, speaker, multimedia, task cards, manila papers and marking pens

VI. Learning Experiences (5 Es)
1.Engage A. Classroom routine:
(10 mins.) 1. Checking of attendance and P.E. attire
B. Pre-test
Modified True or False
Directions: Read the statements carefully and write T if the statement is True and if
it is False give the correct answer to make the statement true.
1. Yoga is the branch of biology concerned with the study of the structure
of organism sand their parts.
2. Yoga can cause lower back pain.
3. Rice means rest, ice, compress, and elevate.
4. If someone got injured, move the injured area and apply ice packs.
5. When calling for emergency services share the location, injury, first aid
given, and the equipment used.

Answer Key
1. F (Anatomy)
2. F (Yoga can aid lower back pain)
3. T
4. F (If someone got injured, don’t move the injured area and apply ice packs.)
5. T

C. Stretching / Warm up – exercise

1. How did you feel after our warm-up exercise?
Possible Answers:
I had fun. I felt good or refreshed. I was able to relieve my stress.
2. Why is warm - up exercise important?
Possible Answer:
It is important to prepare your body for vigorous activities and avoid body

D. Picture story
(Group Activity)
1. The learners are grouped into 4.
2. They have to choose a male or a female leader, writer, and reporter.
Each group is given a manila paper, marking pen and a set of pictures
with rearranged sequence.
3. Their task is to first arrange the pictures sequentially and then
create a paragraph having 2-3 sentences using reflexive or intensive
pronoun to be written on the manila paper.
4. The group is given only 2 minutes.
5. Thereafter, each group will mount their output on the board.
6. The group may present the output creatively.

Picture Story
Picture 1 Picture 2

Picture 3 Picture 4

ASK: (after the engaging activity)

1. What is the story about?
Possible Answer:
The story is about the students in a P.E class who had fun while watching or
looking into something. Then they had physical activities but one student
fell and got injured.
2. Why did the student get injured?
Possible Answer:
The students did not perform warm – up exercises.
3. How can the incident be avoided?
Possible Answer:
They could have performed a warm exercise before they engaged in
physical activities.
2. Explore Group Activity - “Unlocking of Steps”
(15 (With the same group)
minutes) Procedure:
1. Each group is given different task cards.
2. On the task cards are steps that the group will execute and interpret. Every
male and female member have the freedom to express and share their
3. Each group is given only 3 minutes.
4. After the allotted time, the group will perform their interpreted figure in the
tune of the music.
5. They will perform as they are called by the teacher.

Note: Use a relaxing music as accompaniment for the performance.

“Unlocking of steps” - Group activity

Tasks per group:
Group 1
Mountain Pose
Step 1
Stand with your feet together, flat on the floor. Try to
Breathe and do this for 30 seconds.
Step 2
While standing, be in a prayer position with the palms of
your hands together in front of your body. Keep your feet
Step 3
With the feet on the ground, raise your toes slowly and
bring them back.
Step 4
In this position, stand with stomach in and shoulders
relaxed. Maintain the alignment of your hips and shoulders.

Group 2
Raised Hand Pose
Step 1
Stand with both feet flat on the floor.
Step 2
Raise your arms slowly from the sides and then lift them
upwards. (16cts.)
Step 3
Above your head, bring your palms together with force, and
Try to bend your back while at the same time looking at your
arms. (16cts.)

Group 3
Standing Forward Bend

Step 1
With your feet flat on the floor, bend your body forward at
The hips moving out your arms on your sides. (10 seconds)
Step 2
Place your hands at the back of your feet, and then touch
the floor with your palms. (5 seconds)
Step 3
Transfer your weight to the balls of your feet, and maintain
the alignment of your hips with the ankles. (5 seconds)

Group 4
(Downward Facing Dog)

Step 1
Come onto your hands and knees, with your hands shoulder-
width apart and your knees hip-width apart. Press the inner
triads of both hands firmly into the mat. Align your shoulders
over your wrists. (5 seconds)
Step 2
For a few breaths (5 seconds), arch and round your spine,
Simultaneously moving your head and tail like you did in Cat-
Cow Pose.
Step 3
From a Cat tilt, curl your toes under. Slowly lift your knees
bringing them in line with your ankles. Keep your knees bent
and stretch your arms intensely to lengthen your torso.
(5 seconds)
Step 4
Slowly straighten both legs and walk your feet forward a
little. Your sitting bones should be close to center between
your wrists and ankles. Make sure your lower back doesn’t
round and extend your arms fully and keep your lower ribs
moving toward your spine to avoid low-back overarching
and compression. Breathe freely through your nose. Stay for
20–25 breaths before coming down to rest.

Collaborative Work Skills: Performance Rubric


Movement 3-4 steps were 2-3 steps were <2 steps were
accuracy accurately accurately accurately
performed performed performed
Posture Consistently Sometimes shows Rarely shows good
shows good good posture posture while
posture while while performing. performing.
Technique Always apply Sometimes apply Rarely apply
correct correct correct techniques
techniques in techniques in in performing the
performing the performing the routine.
routine. routine.

Group Provides highest Occasionally Rarely provides
Performance quality effort. provides quality quality effort.
Movements are effort. Movements are
always balanced, Movements are rarely balanced,
fluid and graceful occasionally fluid and graceful.
balanced, fluid
and graceful.
Attention in Class Focused, attentive Sometimes Rarely focused
and follows focused but is and Sometimes
directions to the easily distracted disruptive to rest
best of his/her by others and of class.
ability. sometimes
distracts others.
3.Explain Question & answer portion
(10 mins) (With the same group)

1. How many cycle of 8 counts is executed with your group per 1 minute? How
were you able to get it?
Possible Answer:
Group 1: 30+30=60÷8=7.5 Group 2: 16+16=32÷8=4
Group 3: 10+5+5=20÷8=2.5 Group 4: 5=5=5=25=40÷8=5
2. What will happen if you were not able to follow the steps correctly?
Possible Answer:
We could commit mistakes. We might get an injury.
3. Which part of the body benefitted the most in the pose you did?
Possible Answers:
Arms, legs, lower back, knees, feet
4. How do you call the kind of poses performed?
Possible Answer:
5. What is yoga?
Possible Answer:
Yoga is an old discipline from India. It is both spiritual and physical. Yoga
uses breathing techniques, exercise and meditation. It helps to improve
health and happiness. Yoga can be performed by all ages both male and
6. Do you agree that yoga is only for the females and younger generations?
Explain your answer.
Possible Answer:
I disagree that yoga is only for the females and younger generations
because yoga can be performed by all ages both male and female.
(Note: Please write some keywords on the board based on the learners’ answers
that can lead to the elaboration.)

4.Elaborate ASK:
(15mins.) 1. What benefits can you get from doing the different yoga poses?
Possible Answers:
 increased flexibility
 increased muscle strength and tone
 improved respiration, energy and vitality
 maintaining a balanced metabolism
 weight reduction
 cardio and circulatory health
 improved athletic performance
 protection from injury
2. What are some of the most common yoga injuries if steps or poses are not
correctly executed?
Possible Answers:
Leg fracture, strain, sprain
3. Which part of the body benefitted the most in the different yoga poses?
Possible Answers:
Legs, arms, shoulders, back, knees
Say: Look at this picture.
Ask: What do you call this? What is Anatomy?
Possible answer:
Anatomy is the branch of biology concerned with the study of the
Structure of organisms and their parts.

Note: Present the following pictures of the yoga poses by anatomy.

A. Poses for the Feet

Mountain Pose Chair Pose Extended-hand-to-big-toe Pose

B. Poses for the Arms

Side Plank Pose Dolphin Plank Pose

Raised Hand Pose

C. Poses for the Knees

Standing Forward Bend Bound Angle Pose Hero Pose

D. Poses for the Back

Downward Facing Dog Cat Pose

Easy Pose Cobra Pose

4. Why is it important to execute the movements or poses correctly?

Possible Answer:
It is important to execute the movements and poses correctly to avoid
possible injuries like fracture, strains & sprains.

Note: Present the pictures of common yoga injuries.

Hamstring pulls and tears


Wrist injuries

Lower back pain


5. When a natural disaster occurs, will you be able to use your knowledge on the
basic first aid to someone who accidentally get inured? How are you going to do it?
Possible Answers:
Yes, I will help the injured person by washing his/her wounds with water.
Yes, I will help the injured person by applying ice to his/her sprain or strain.

Note: Present the pictures of the basic first aid procedures to body injuries and
broken bones. Then let the learners perform them.

Basic First Aid to body injuries


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5.Evaluate Group Activity – “Correct the Poses”

(10mins) (With the same group)
1. A photo that contains common mistakes in executing the
Yoga poses is shown.
2. The group has to correct the mistakes by applying the proper
techniques of executing it.
3. The group is given only 10 seconds to execute the correct
4. Every correct pose is equivalent to 2 points.
Wrong Yoga Poses Correct Yoga Poses

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(The pictures to be shown to the learners)

1. 1.


3. 3.

4. 4.

5. 5.

6. 6.

VII. Learning Group Activity – “Yoga for Fitness”

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Enablement (With the same group)
1. Create a 1-2 minutes instructional video with your group.
2. Use your mobile phones to cover the video.
3. The video should show the yoga routines or poses that will serve as
warm – up exercise for the next meeting before engaging to individual and
dual sports activities.
Video presentation Rubric
CATEGORY 5-Excellent 4-Good 3-Fair 2-Needs
Content It contains all It contains It contains It contains
the required some of the essential minor details
and accurate required details but and has
details. details that has 1-2 several
seems to be mistakes. mistakes.
Movement The presenter The The The presenter
has executed presenter presenter has has never
the movement has rarely executed the
accurately. sometimes executed the movement
executed movement with accuracy.
the with
movement accuracy.
Expression/ The presenter The The The presenter
Presentation has shown presenter presenter has has never
energy and has rarely shown shown energy
excellent sometimes energy and and interest in
interest in shown interest in performing.
performing. energy and performing.
interest in
Videography A lot of Several (3-4) One or two Little effort has
interest different and different been made to
shots, camera different shots, provide variety
angles, sound shots, camera to the video.
effects, and camera angles, sound
adequate use angles, effects

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of zooming sound and/or an
providing effects adequate use
variety in the and/or an of zooming
video. adequate providing
use of variety in the
zooming video.
variety in
the video.
Teacher’s Reflection (Refer to DepED Order No. 42, s. 2016)

Cipriano, Eduardo V., et al. (2015). The 21st Century MAPEH in ACTION. Manila, Philippines: REX
Book Store
The 21st Century MAPEH in ACTION learner’s material

Prepared by:

Teacher 1
Lipata National High School, Minglanilla II

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