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GLOBAL MINDS ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES

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Miss Kimberly I. Balza, LPT

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
way. Self-actualization will also be
I. Learning Objectives introduced.
At the end of this lesson, the learners Instruction: On a sheet of bond
should be able to: paper, using crayons to draw symbols
A. Explain that knowing themselves can that would best illustrate their
make them accept their strengths and thoughts and feelings about who they
limitations and deal with other are. When time is called, they have to
people better. present it to the class by answering the
B. Share their unique characteristics, questions given by the facilitator.
habits, and experiences. B. Analysis
C. Appreciate and value themselves. Discussion: Mind Bubble
II. Learning Content
A. Topic: Knowing Oneself
B. Reference: Personal Development
C. Materials: Bond paper, crayons, C. Abstraction: Generalization
DIWA Senior High School Series pp.3-9 D. Application
III. Learning Procedure Journal 1. Based on the traits or
A. Preliminary Activities characteristics identified in the activity,
1. Prayer what are your strengths and
2. Reporting of attendance weaknesses.
B. Priming 2. What are your insights
Activity: This activity aims to know about the activity?
each learner ‘with their self- V. Evaluation
introduction. This also aims to start Quiz p.4,6 &8
boosting their confidence and building VI. Assignment
a free and friendly environment for the Create a Family background with
class. genogram.
Instruction: Prepare for a 3 minutes
creative introduction of themselves and
present it to the class.
IV. Lesson Proper
A. Activity
Activity: This activity aims to gather
some of their thoughts and feelings
about who they are and how they
perceive themselves. This also aims to
give them opportunity to express their
thoughts and feelings about themselves
with peers through class sharing. Finally,
this activity hopes to promote creativity
by expressing themselves in a unique
GLOBAL MINDS ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES
602 Araneta Avenue, Corner E. Rodriguez Avenue Brgy. Tatalon Quezon City
Miss Kimberly I. Balza, LPT

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

I. Learning Objectives
At the end of 90 minutes, the learners should be able to:
A. Explain the importance and positive effects of valuing oneself.
B. Discover their positive traits with the help of each other to become aware of
themselves and be equipped to accept themselves and be open for self-improvement.
C. Value self-acceptance and self-improvement.
II. Learning Content
A. Topic: The Importance of Valuing Oneself
B. Reference: Personal Development DIWA SHS Series, p.6-9
C. Materials: “Basket of Positive Traits” Output
III. Learning Procedure
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Prayer
2. Greeting
3. Reporting of attendance
B. Activity
Instruction: On the Output paper, write the positive traits that you see in your partner.
C. Discussion
Guide questions:
1) What is the importance of understanding yourself?
2) In what ways can you become aware of yourself?
3) How does self-awareness help you become aware of yourself?
IV. Evaluation
Quiz, p.8
V. Agreement
Read about “Developing the whole person”
Ref.: WEB
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3
I. Learning Objectives  Lesson Proper
C. Analysis: Discussion
At the end of this lesson, the learners
D. Abstraction: Generalization
should be able to:
E. Application
A. Differentiate physical activity from
Activity: This activity aims to develop
exercise.
group cooperation, leadership, team
B. Perform physical warm-up exercise.
building and also aims for learners to have
C. Enjoy class discussion and activity.
fun.
II. Learning Content
Instruction: Learners divided into two
A. Topic: Basic Concepts and groups have to plan and prepare an
Definitions: Physical Activity and enactment of activities showing Physical
Exercise Activity (1st group) and Exercise (2nd group)
B. Reference: Physical Education and when the time is called, they have to
Health DIWA Senior High School present it.
Series pp 2-4
IV. Evaluation
C. Learning Materials: Timer, white-
board marker, white board Quiz 1
III. Learning Procedure
1) How physically fit do I want to be?
A. Preliminary Activities
2) How important is it for me to reduce
1. Prayer
my risk in getting heat disease and
2. Checking of attendance
diabetes?
B. Priming
3) What physical activities can I engage
Activity: This activity aims to introduce in considering my current fitness
regular exercise to the learners and also level?
aims to start the fitness program for the 4) How can physical activity give me
learners. opportunities to have fun or be with
friends and family?
Instruction: Execute power of 30
V. Assignment
 Jumping jacks
Search on the web for Traditional (folk
 Burpees
and ethnic) dances of the Philippines.
 Mountain Climbing
 Push Ups
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602 Araneta Avenue, Corner E. Rodriguez Avenue Brgy. Tatalon Quezon City

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1
Instruction: Learners divided into
I. Learning Objectives two groups have to plan and prepare
At the end of this lesson, the learners an enactment of activities showing
should be able to: Physical Activity (1st group) and
Exercise (2nd group) when the time is
A. Differentiate physical activity from
called, they have to present it.
exercise.
B. Perform physical warm-up exercise.
C. Enjoy class discussion and activity. IV. Evaluation
II. Learning Content Quiz 1
A. Topic: Basic Concepts and 1) How physically fit do I want to be?
Definitions: Physical Activity and 2) How important is it for me to reduce
Exercise my risk in getting heat disease and
B. Reference: Physical Education and diabetes?
Health DIWA Senior High School 3) What physical activities can I engage
Series pp 2-4 in considering my current fitness
C. Learning Materials: Timer, white- level?
board marker, white board
4) How can physical activity give me
III. Learning Procedure
opportunities to have fun or be with
A. Preliminary Activities
friends and family?
1. Prayer
V. Assignment
2. Checking of attendance
Search on the web for Aerobic
B. Priming
Activities
Activity: This activity aims to
introduce regular exercise to the
learners and also aims to start the
fitness program for the learners.
Instruction: Execute power of 30
 Jumping jacks
 Burpees
 Mountain Climbing
 Push Ups
C. Discussion- Basic Concepts and
Definitions: Physical Activity and
Exercise
D. Abstraction: Generalization
E. Application
Activity: This activity aims to
develop group cooperation, leadership,
team building and also aims for
learners to have fun.
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602 Araneta Avenue, Corner E. Rodriguez Avenue Brgy. Tatalon Quezon City

MAPEH 8-Music
I. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the end of 90 minutes, the learners should be able to:
A. Explains how the music of Southeast Asian country relates to its geography and
culture.
B. Listens perceptively to music of South east Asia.
C. Sing songs of South east Asia.
D. Analyzes musical elements of selected songs and instrumental pieces heard and
performed.
II. LEARNING CONTENT
A. Topic: Music of South East Asia
B. Reference: MAPEH 21st Century 8
C. Materials: Laptop, audio-visual tech.
III. LEARNING PROCEDURE
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Greeting
2. Checking of attendance
B. Review Discussion- The Elements of Music
Activity – The learners have to define the following words they’ll got in the draw lots.
o TONE
o RHYTHM
o DYNAMICS
o MELODY
o METER
o FORMAL OR TONAL ARRANGEMENT
o HARMONY
o TIMBRE AND COLOR
o TEMPO
C. Lesson Discussion- Music of Southeast Asia
Activity-The learners have to answer the following questions after listening to the music
played.
Guide Questions:
1) What is the melodic direction of the song?
2) Identify the highest and lowest notes in the musical arrangement.
3) What kind of tone color and timbre are used in the song?
4) Give the time signature of the song.
5) What notes are connected by a tie?
IV. EVALUATION
Q2-Music of South East Asia, p. 8
V. AGREEMET
Advance reading and read-research about Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Thailand.
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MAPEH 10-Music

I. Learning Objectives
At the end of 90 minutes, the learners should be able to:
A. Describes distinctive musical elements of given pieces in 20th century styles.
B. Explains the performance practice (setting, composition, role of composers/performers, and
audience) of 20th century music.
C. Relates 20th century music to its historical and cultural background.
II. Learning Content
A. Topic: Musical Impressionism and Expressionism
B. Reference: MAPEH 21ST Century 10, p.2-9
C. Material: Pictures
III. Learning Procedure
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Prayer
2. Greetings
3. Checking of attendance
B. Lesson Discussion
A. Impressionism
a) Historical and cultural background
b) Composers: Claude Debussy, and Maurice Ravel
B. Expressionism
a) Historical and cultural background
b) Composer: Schoenberg
C. Others
a) Electronic music
b) Chance music
Guide questions:
1. What’s the difference between impressionism and expressionism?
2. Who are the famous and most influential impressionist’s?
3. Who are the famous and most influential expressionist’s?
C. Activity
The learners have to define the following words:
 Impressionism
 Expressionism
 Atonality
 Chance Music
 Electronic Music
IV. Evaluation
Quiz p.7-8
V. Assignment
Research about the twelve-tone system.
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PE 4-7
I. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 2. Answer: WORK OUT
At the end of 90 minutes the learners
should be able to: C. Lesson Discussion: Body Workouts
A. Describing the physical activity  Physical Activity Pyramid
pyramid.
B. Explaining the indicators for fitness.
C. Creating your own physical activity Guide Questions
pyramid.
II. LEARNING CONTENT 1. What is a body workout?
A. Topic: Body Workouts 2. What is physical activity Pyramid?
B. Reference: Leaps and Bounds 4 Demonstration of Zumba dance Routine
C. Material: Pictures, speaker, phone
III. LEARNING PROCEDURE
A. Preparatory Activities
1. Prayer
2. Greeting
3. Checking of Attendance
B. Motivation
- Guess the pictures

Generalization
Body workout is important
because______________

D. Application
Physical Activity Pyramid
1. Answer: BODY - The students will create their own
physical activity pyramid
IV. Evaluation:
Exit Card
The students will write the things that
they’ve learned about body workouts
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MAPEH 9- ARTS
I. OBJECTIVES b. What can you say about the styles and
At the end of the lesson, the students ideas of art shown in the video clips?
should be able to: c. How do their art styles differ from the
1. identify and discuss the historical present art?
background of Western and classical art Note: Questions may vary depending on the
traditions; answers of the students
2. create their own version of prehistoric C. LESSON PROPER
artwork artistically; 1. Activity
3. show appreciation to the styles, art a. Guessing Game
ideas and contributions of the pre-historic The class is divided into four groups. Each
art to the worldwide art; group is given a set of cards with different
4. compare the styles of western classical symbols in it. The groups will guess the
art to some local and international art.
message behind the symbols given. The first
team to guess the hidden message wins the
II. CONTENT
A. Subject Matter: HISTORICAL game. Candies and simple tokens maybe
BACKGROUND (WESTERN AND given to the winners.
CLASSICAL ART TRADITION) 2. Presentation of the Lesson: Historical
B. Materials: Laptop, Projector, Video Clips, Background of the western classical art
Visual Aids (Card Symbols, Pictures, tradition
Timeline Table), Speaker.  Lesson is presented through pictures
C. References: Learner’s Module for and timeline table. Classification of arts
Music and Arts 9, pp. 136-141 and their styles are discussed as the
III. PROCEDURE pictures of art are connected with their
A. Preliminary Activities respective dates/timeline.
1. Daily Routines
a. Opening Prayer 2. Analysis
b. Checking of Attendance Guide Questions:
B. Priming a. What are the characteristics of the
1. Pre-assessment: Timeline Photos western art?
Students will identify the photos to b. What are the patterns/ideas or
which eras they belong. Pls. refer to pp. 140- messages of the art in the pre-historical era?
141 of the Learner’s Module for Music and c. Why the characteristics of pre-
Arts. historic arts are distinctive based on the
2. Motivation: Video Clip Viewing videos you’ve seen?
The teacher plays a video clips of the d. How are the arts related to the
animated “Croods” and “Sherman and Mr. socio-political, cultural lives of the people
Peabody” showing some styles and sample during that time?
of prehistoric arts.
 Guide Questions:
a. Where do you think the scene took place?
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3. Abstraction V. ASSESSMENT
Compare and Contrast! Students present their molded clays
 Visual Aids showing various prehistoric in front of the class. The leader explains the
art are presented to the students. reason why and how they choose their
 The students try to interpret and material. Afterward, the members of the
analyze the arts according to their group evaluate their work based on the
“schema” or past knowledge or based rubrics given.
on the discussed lesson.
 The students are given the chance to V. ASSIGNMENT
compare the pre-historic artwork to 1. Give the meaning of the following:
Philippine artwork. a. Painting c. Encaustic
Example: The Venus of Willendorf in e. Kerch Style
comparison with the Bul’ul b. Fresco d. Vase Painting
f. Mosaic
g. Panel Painting
h. Medieval Age
2. Have a research paintings and be
ready for a group presentation/report on the
The class shares the importance of the following eras:
existence of the western pre historic art and a. Ancient/Prehistoric
its contribution to the development of b. Classical: Ancient Egypt, Greek,
worldwide art. Roman
c. Medieval: Byzantine,
4. Application Romanesque and Gothic
Group Activity: Clay Molding 3. Cut and paste in your notebook at
The class is divided according to least one example of painting in the above-
their groups. They are suggested to mold mentioned eras. Enumerate and
their clay based on the idea that, “if you are describe the characteristics of
in a prehistoric set up, how will you do your paintings in the different eras.
own craft?” Reference/s: Learner’s Module for
Music and Arts 9, pp.142-152

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