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PHILOSOPHY LESSON EXEMPLAR

11
DIVISION DAPITAN CITY GRADE

LESSON EXEMPLAR QUARTER FIRST


IN PHILOSOPHY
I. OBJECTIVE/S (CODE)

The learner understands the meaning and process of doing philosophy

The learner reflects on a concrete experience in a philosophical way

Distinguish a holistic perspective from a partial point of view (PPT11/12-Ib-1.1)


II. CONTENT/CONCEPT
Subject Matter
 Title Doing Philosophy
 Text
Materials Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person (Christine Carmela R. Ramos,
 References Ph. D.
 Materials Abella, R. (2016). Introduction to the Philosophy of the
 Additional Human Person Textbook. Quezon City: C &
Materials
BhaviniOnline.com Corpuz, B., Corpuz, R., Corpuz-
Paclibar, ML., and Paclibar, S. Introduction to the
Philosophy of the Human Person for Senior High Senior
High School. Quezon City: Lorimar Publishing, Inc. E
Publishing, Inc.
"The Philosophical Enterprise" by John Kavanaugh, S. J.
Process/Skills
Values Integration Realize the value of doing philosophy in obtaining a broad perspective on
life in English subject (POEM activity)
OVERVIEW OF THE Many fields can be studied and learned without ever actually
TOPIC working with the tools in field. For instance, chemistry can be
learned in depth without ever picking up a test tube or mixing ionic
compounds. Philosophy, however, is more about the methodology
behind deriving answers than it is about the answers themselves.
As such, students studying philosophy must use the methodology
of philosophy on the philosophy they are learning as they are
learning it. Doing philosophy involves asking the right questions,
critically examining the work of previous philosophers, truly
understanding the works and the reasoning behind the works, and
possibly building on the works of previous philosophers by
expanding or testing this methodology.
III. LEARNING ACTIVITIES(Indicate specific time in every part)
A. Review Present distorted figures

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B. Motivation What Philosophy is and what philosophy is not.

C. Presentation Ask the students: “what comes to your minds when you encounter the word
Philosophy?”

D. Discussion Unlocking of Difficulties:


1. Discussing new Definition of Philosophy as a path towards the attainment of knowledge.
concepts and Holistic Thinking.
practicing new
skills no.1

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2. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new
skills no.2

Holistic thinking
Unlocking of Difficulties:
Meaning of Philosophy as a path towards the attainment of wisdom
Partial Thinking.

3. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new
skills no.3

Partial thinking

Ask the difference between knowledge and wisdom.


Knowledge is knowing that tomato is a fruit
Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad
Philosophy is asking if ketchup is a fruit shake

Think-Pair-Share

That each by observation

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And so these men of Indostan Disputed
loud and long, Each in his own opinion
Exceeding stiff and strong, Though each
was partly in the right, And all were in
the right MORAL So oft in theologic wars.
The disputants, I ween Rail on in utter
ignorance Of what each other mean, And

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E. Application Flash the statements:

“The unexamined life is not worth living” and “He who has a why to live for can
bear with almost any how”.

Then will ask the students to relate the statements to their present condition as
SHS Learners preparing for college.
F. Generalization The learners will be grouped (same group) and will be tasked to come up with a
word web map based from their understanding of the discussion.
Write associated words with philosophy.
Have you adopted a holistic view in looking at a
problem or situation? How did adopting a holistic view
help you make sense of the situation?
IV. ASSESSMENT (5 items – 2nd and 3rd level question of the bloom’s taxonomy)
Test I. Direction: Shade the correct answer of the corresponding
letter.

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For question 1-2
Look at this “set of” pictures very very carefully … and think deeply.

Representation 1 Representation 2

A B C D
O O O O (1). From the picture above distinguish the holistic perspective.
a. Representation 1 c. Representation 2
c. Representation 1 & 2 d. All Representation
O O O O (2). From the picture above distinguish the partial perspective.
a. Representation 1 c. Representation 2
c. Representation 1 & 2 d. All Representation
For question 3-4
O O O O (3). Which of the following statement is TRUE about Holistic Thinking?
O O O O (4). Which of the following statement is NOT TRUE about Holistic
Thinking?

I. A holistic view helps us understand a situation from different vantage


points so we can see it more partially
II. People tend to apply analytical perspective when looking at problems
or situations.

a. Both I & II c. I only but not II


c. Neither I nor II d. II only but not I
For Question 5

Partial thinking

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O O O O (5). Which of the following statement is TRUE about partial Thinking?

I. Holistic thinking refers to a perspective that considers small-scale patterns in


systems.

II. An individual uses a partial point of view when he/she looks at only a limited
number of aspects of the given problem or situation.

a. Both I & II c. I only but not II


c. Neither I nor II d. II only but not I

Prepared by:

EMMA M. GONZALES-TILLANO
Aseniero National High School

Check by:

LEAH B. ACOYMO
Principal I
Ilaya National High School

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