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Daily Lesson Log in Grade 12

DISASTER READINESS AND RISK REDUCTION


2nd Quarter SY. 2019 - 2020
Date/Day: Teacher: KRISTAL PEARL S. ROSETE
I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate understanding of Related geological
hazards
1. Rainfall-induced landslide
2. Sinkhole
B. Performance Standards The learners develop a family emergency preparedness plan to
guide them on what to do before, during, and after the occurrence of
events that cause geological hazards.
C. Learner’s competencies/Code At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:

The learners interpret geological maps. (DRR11/12-IIa-b-30)


*Specific Objectives (3 skills a day)
1. Cognitive* Identify the different elements of a geohazard map.

2. Psychomotor* Illustrate the different geological hazards maps.

3. Affective* Interpret geohazard maps provided by the Mines and


Geosciences Bureau to identify areas prone to landslide and
Flooding.
II. CONTENT Topic: Other Geologic Hazards Sub Topic: Geologic Maps

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. REFERENCES:
Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction by Villamor S. Quebral, Ed.D., pages 40-47
Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction, DIWA Senior High School Series, Mylene D.G. Oliva et al., 2016, pages 40-49
Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction by Rolly E. Rimando, pages 31-37
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages: 19-21 2. Learner’s Material Pages 3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Materials from LR Portal
B. Other Learning Resources: Powerpoint presentation
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson (or) presenting the new Picture analysis:
lesson. (ELICIT)

Show the picture above and asks the class if they can identify the 11
warning signs on an impending landslide.
Answers:
1. Bulging ground appearing at the base (toe) of a slope or retaining
wall.
2. Water breaks through the ground surface in new location.
3. Fences, retaining walls, utility posts or trees tilt or move.
4. Cracks appear on slope.
5. Water pipes break.
6. Cracks appear on the ground or in the foundation of houses,
buildings and other structures.
7. Doors and windows become stuck or jammed for the first time.
8. Water appear at the base of the slope.
9. Slowly widening cracks appear on the ground or on paved areas
such as paved streets, driveways and concreted path ways.
10. Land movements and debris downslope.
11. Outside walls, walks or stairs being pulling away from the
building.
B. Establishing a purpose to the lesson. The teacher will post one of following videos of geohazard maps:
I. https://youtu.be/X5F1_o_h40A
II. https://youtu.be/0ysL_W9b7rE
III. https://youtu.be/qG0R9Q1yjWU
C. Presenting examples / instances of the new lesson. After watching the video, the teacher will ask the following questions:
(ENGAGE) I. What are the different colors of areas prone to rain-induced
landslides and what action should be taken corresponding to each of
these colors?
II. What are the different colors of areas prone to flooding and what
actions should be taken corresponding to each of these colors?
D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills Interpretation of Geohazard Maps
#1. (EXPLORE) Show the map below.

Together with the class, identify the following parts of the map:
 Title
 Legend
 Orientation Compass
 Map Ruler /Bar Scale
 Coordinates

The teacher will give the class two minutes to study the hazard map
below, after which the teacher will ask the class the following
questions:

1. What are the different colors used to distinguish different areas in


the map?
2. What does each color mean regarding the susceptibility of an area
for a specific hazard?
3. For each hazard and level of susceptibility, what actions should
someone in an area take during periods of intense rain?
E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills The teacher will show the class how to download geohazard maps
#2. from one of the four sources above. For MGB website, you should
show the following steps:
1. Go to http://www.mgb.gov.ph
2. Click on the icon on the top left hand-side of the MGB webpage
for GEOHAZARD MAPS. This will bring you to
!http://gdis.denr.gov.ph/mgbpublic/ which will show a map of the
Philippines with squares superimposed on top.
3. Click on the square containing the city or municipality where the
school is located in. This action will download the map in jpeg
format.
Class views the downloaded map.
Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #3

F. Developing Mastery. (EXPLAIN) The teacher will ssk the following questions:

1. Where are the areas of high susceptibility to landslides? What can


you conclude regarding the topography of such areas? (These areas
are normally mountainous areas with steep slopes with little
vegetative cover and high levels of human development).
2. Where are the areas of moderate susceptibility to landslides?
3. Where are the areas of low susceptibility to landslides?
4. Where are the areas of high susceptibility to flooding? What can
you conclude regarding the topography of such areas?
G. Finding practical application of concepts and skills What is the importance of knowing or interpreting a hazard map?
in daily living,
How can you make sense of the concept of the
lesson in your real-life context? *

H. Making Generalization and Abstraction about the What are the elements of geohazard map?
What is the purpose of using hazard map?
lesson.

I. Evaluating Learning. Provide each learner with a copy of the geohazard map where the
learner’s house is located.

Ask the learners to do the following:


I. Obtain the approximate location of his/her house in terms of
coordinates?
II. The approximate distance of his/her house to the closest major
road.
III. Is his/her house located in an area susceptible to rain-induced
landslides?
IV. Is his/her house located in an area susceptible to flooding?
J. Additional activities for Application or Remediation. List down the mitigation strategies to prevent loss of lives and
properties.
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the Evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional activities for
remediation who scored below 80%
C. Did the remedial work? No. of learners who have
caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why
did this work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal
or superior can help me solve?
G. What innovations or localized materials did I
used/discovered which I wish to share with other
teachers?

Prepared By: Checked By: Noted By:

KRISTAL PEARL S. ROSETE HERWINDO A. CCONTAWE ARLENE C. RAMIREZ


Subject Teacher, Teacher II Master Teacher II Principal II