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GRADES 1 to 12 School Rosario Quesada Memorial NHS Grade Level Grade 8

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Jeanne Pauline J. Oabel Learning Area Music
Teaching Dates and Time Nov.7-9, 2019 (11:00 AM - 12:00 PM) Quarter Third

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards The Learner demonstrates an understanding of common and distinct musical characteristics of South Asia and the Middle East.

B. Performance Standards The Learner performs South Asia and the Middle East music with appropriate pitch, rhythm, expression and style.

C. Learning Competencies/ Objectives The learner…


Write the LC code for each • explores ways of producing sounds on a variety of sources that would simulate instruments being studied (MU8WS-IIIch-5)
• improvises simple accompaniment to selected South Asia and the Middle East music (MU8WS-IIIbh-6)
• performs on available instruments from South Asia and Middle East (MU8WS-IIIbh-7)
• evaluates music and music performances applying knowledge of musical elements and style (MU8WS-IIIch-8)

II. CONTENT A. Music of India


• Traditional instruments (idiophones, aerophones, membranophones, and chordophones) ;
• Instrumental pieces (solo and ensemble);
• Folksongs and ritual music
B. Music of Israel
• Traditional instruments (idiophones, aerophones, membranophones, and chordophones);
• Instrumental pieces (solo and ensemble);
• Folksongs and ritual music
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages pp.112-114 pp.112-114 pp. 119-122 pp.119-122
2. Learner’s Materials pages pp. 113-117 pp. 113-117 pp. 128-129 pp.128-129
3. Textbook pages *EdukasyongPangkatawan, Kalusugan at Musika III. Adriano, Celia T. Et al, 1999. pp.296-297

Lacia, G.C; Operano, M.R. Ed.D, Lacia, F.C.;et. al, (2013) The 21st century MAPEH in action.
Rex Bookstore 856 Nicanor Reyes, Sr. St., 54 – 57, 66 - 72
4. Additional Materials from Learning Agapay, Nonabelle C.MAPEH: Making us fully equipped in the 21st century III. 2006, 4-10
Resources (LR) portal https://www.teachervision.com/tv/printables/1565450973_268_270.pdf

A. Other Learning Resources

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lessons or The teacher will ask learners The teacher will ask The teacher will ask learners to relate The teacher will ask learners to
presenting the new lesson (ELICIT) to use a venn diagram to learners to give the the instruments of India to Philippine give the classification of musical
differentiate and contrast the classification of musical musical instruments. instruments in Israel.
musical elements of the instruments in India. ( 10 min)
music of India and Israel. ( 10 min)
( 10 min)
B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson. Name it: Name it :
(ENGAGE) The teacher will show pictures The teacher will show pictures
and post the names of the and post the names of the
musical instruments of India musical instruments of Israel then
then let the learners match let the learners match the name
the names of the following of the following instruments. After
instruments. naming the picture of instruments,
After naming the picture of ask learners to determine the
instruments, ask learners to classification of musical
determine the classification of instruments from Israel according
the musical instruments of to idiophones,
India according to aerophones, membranophones,and
idiophones,aerophones, chordophones) (10 min)
membranophones, or
chordophones).
C. Presenting examples/ instances of the The teacher will play The teacher will play the vocal music of
new lesson. (ENGAGE) carnatic,hindustani, and Israel. Let the learners identify the
talathenmusic. Let the learners classification of the musical instruments
identify the classification of the
used.
musical instruments used.
(15 min)
(15 min)

D. Discussing new concepts and Teacher will discuss the Teacher will discuss vocal music and
practicing new skills #1 (EXLPORE) characteristics of traditional musical instruments of Israel through
music, Tala and classification a PowerPoint presentation.
of musical instruments from
India through a PowerPoint (20 minutes)
presentation.
( See attached CD) ( See attached CD)

The teacher will post an


example of “tala” and execute
on how to play it by
clapping.Let the students do
the same after the
demonstration of the teacher.
(20 min)
E. Discussing new concepts and
practicing new skills #2 (EXPLORE)
F. Developing mastery The teacher will play ritual The teacher will play
(Leads to Formative Assessment 3 and folk music of India.Let the vocal music in Israel. Let the
(EXPLAIN) learners identify the learners identify
classification of the the classification of the
instruments. instruments.
( 15 min)
(15 min)

G. Finding practical applications of Practical Work Approach Practical Work Approach


concepts and skills in daily living (PWA) (PWA)
(ELABORATE) The teacher will divide the The teacher will divide the
class into five groups. class into five groups.
 Each group will be  Each group will be
assigned to perform assigned to perform using
the Tala(Tintal and their improvised string
Chautal) selections instruments to accompany
provided. the ZumGaliGali music.
 Using the improvised  Each group will be given 10
percussion instruments, minutes to practice.
perform the “Tala.” (20 min)
 Each group will be given
10 minutes to practice. (See attached rubrics)
(20 min)

(See attachment of Tala) (See


attached rubrics)

H. Making generalizations and Ask learners the following Ask learners the following
abstractions about the lesson questions: questions:
(ELABORATE)  How can musical  How can musical
instruments change instruments change
music? one music?
 Why do people in  Why do people in
India use musical Israel use musical
instruments in their instruments in their
music? music?
(10 min) (10 min)

I. Evaluating learning (EVALUATE) The teacher will play a The teacher will play ritual and
ritual and folk music of folk music of
India. Let the students identify what Israel.Let the students identify what
classification of instruments is used classification of instruments is used
in the music. in the music.
( 5 min)
(5 min)

J. Additional activities for application or


remediation (EXTEND)
K.Assignment
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 lesson works? 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 these works?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my
principal or supervisor can help me solve?
G. What innovations or localized materials
did I use/discover which I wish to share with
other teachers?