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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region I
Division of La Union
SUDIPEN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Senior High School
Ipet, Sudipen, La Union

SYLLABUS

Name of Subject: Physical Education 3


Subject Teacher: Ms. Vida Glorillen M. Adviento
Grade: 12
Semester: 1st Semester (2nd Quarter)
Required Number of Hours: 20 Hours/Semester
Subject Description: Physical Education and Health offers experiential learning for learners
to adopt an active life for fitness and lifelong health. The knowledge, skills and
understanding which include physical and health literacy competencies support them in
accessing, synthesizing and evaluating information; making informed decisions; enhancing
and advocating their own as well as others’ fitness and health.

Learning Objectives:

1. Be Informed. Students are expected to understand concepts and


fundamentals of the different dances.
2. Be Motivated. Students are expected to appreciate the different Philippine folk
dances, indigenous and traditional dances as well as other dance forms.
3. Be Active. Students are expected to lead dance events with proficiency and
confidence resulting in independent pursuit and in influencing others positively

Reference/s:

Fernando-Callo, Lualhati, et. al.. Physical Education and Health. (Rex Book Store.
Manila: 2016).

SHS Core_Physical Education Curriculum Guide

Students Responsibilities:
1. Students should attend his or her class regularly.
2. Students should do his or her best in all dance activities.
3. Students are expected to actively participate in class.
4. Students should show respect to everyone in class.
5. Students should uphold honesty.
6. Students should follow the techniques and criteria during dance performance.
7. Students should cooperate with each other during dance practices and
performance.
8. Students should maintain orderliness and cleanliness.

Teacher’s Responsibilities
1. Teacher should attend his or her class regularly.
2. Teacher should have his or her lesson plan regularly.
3. Teacher should prepare activities for his or her students.
4. Teacher should allow electronic devices if the need arises for the execution of
planned lesson.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region I
Division of La Union
SUDIPEN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Senior High School
Ipet, Sudipen, La Union

5. Teacher should show respect to his or her students.


6. Teacher should be honest.
7. Teacher should uphold class orderliness and cleanliness.

Computation of Grades: (For Core Subjects)


Written Works 25%
Performance Tasks 50%
Quarterly Exam 25%
100%
Learning Plan:

4 A’s TEACHER’S APPROACH AND STRATEGIES

Activity Presentation Start with an activity Teacher-directed:


Introduction of new
concept
Engage Students, draw
students’ interests

Analysis Inquiry Dissecting, Student Self-directed


Breakdown, Learning: Hands-on
Identifying, activities, discover on their
Relationship, own to construct
Classifying knowledge
Teacher-guided: Teacher
facilitates

Abstraction Generalization Patterns, Teacher-directed:


Commonalities correcting and clarifying
Comparison Introduction to
cooperative-learning
activity

Application Practice Apply concept in other Students Cooperative


aspects/ perspective/ Group Task
examples

Course Schedule:

12 - Resourceful 8:30-9:30 Fri


12 - Versatile 8:30-9:30 Fri

TOPIC OUTLINE

(Teacher’s Note: Adjustment and flexibility is needed to develop students learning but
completion of all Learning Competencies must be observed.)

Week 11-20:
Dance
a. Traditional (folk and ethnic)
b. Modern and contemporary
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region I
Division of La Union
SUDIPEN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Senior High School
Ipet, Sudipen, La Union

c. Ballroom (recreational and competitive)


d. Cheer dance
e. Hip-hop/street dance
f. Festival Dance

The Learners:

8. Engages in moderate to vigorous physical activities (MVPAs) for at least 60 minutes


most days of the week in a variety of settings in- and out-of school (PEH12FH-Ia-t-8)
9. Analyzes physiological indicators such as heart rate, rate of perceived exertion and
pacing associated with MVPAs to monitor and/or adjust participation or effort.
(PEH12FH-Ik-t-9)
10. Observes personal safety protocol to avoid dehydration, overexertion, hypo- and
hyperthermia during MVPA participation (PEH12FH-Ik-t-10)
11. Identifies school and community resources in case of an injury or emergency
(PEH12FH-Ii-j-11)
12. Demonstrates proper etiquette and safety in the use of facilities and equipment
(PEH12FH-Ia-t-12)
13. Participates in an organized event that addresses health/dance issues and concerns
(PEH12FH-Ik-o-13)
14. Explains the value of optimizing one’s health through participation in physical activity
assessment (PEH12FH-Id-t-14)
15. Displays initiative, responsibility and leadership in sports activities (PEH12FH-Ik-t-15)
16. Recognizes one’s potential for health-and dance related career opportunities
(PEH12FH-Ip-q-16)
17. Organizes dance event for a target health issue or concern (PEH12FH-Io-t-17)
 Formative Assessment (During the development of the lesson)
 Summative Assessment (Written Work and Performance Task)

Prepared by:

VIDA GLORILLEN M. ADVIENTO


Subject Teacher

Checked and Noted by:

JUDALYN V. CATCATAN, Ph.D.


SS Principal III