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Physical Education
Quarter 2 Week No. 4 Module No. 4
Invasion Game: Sungka

Department of Education. Republic of the Philippines


Physical Education Grade 6
Alternative Delivery Mode
Quarter 2– Week No.4 Module 4:
First Edition, 2020

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Physical Education
Quarter 2–Week 4 No. Module 4
InvasionGame: Sungka

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Table of Contents

How to Learn from this Module ...........................................................................................................i


Icons of this Module ...............................................................................................................................ii

Lesson 1:
Invasion Game: Sungka .......................................................................................................
Objective...........................................................................................................................1
What ‘s New………………………………………………………………………….1-2
What Is It………………………………………………………………………………3-4
What’s More…………………………………………………………………………..4
What I Have Learned……………………………………………………………….5-6
Assessment……………………………………………………………………………6

Lesson 2:
(___________________) ....................................................................................................
Objective ........................................................................................................................
What’s New ................................................................................................................
What Is It .....................................................................................................................
What’s More ................................................................................................................
What I Have Learned …………………………………………………………...5
Assessment ............................................................................................................... 5
(or more lessons)

Key to Answers .................................................................................................................................. 6


Appendices………………………………………………………………………………….7-8
References ........................................................................................................................................... 9
How to Learn from this Module
To achieve the objectives cited above, you are to do the following:
• Take your time reading the lessons carefully.
• Follow the directions and/or instructions in the activities and exercises diligently.
• Answer all the given tests and exercises.

Icons of this Module

What I Need to This part contains learning objectives that


Know are set for you to learn as you go along the
module.

What I know This is an assessment as to your level of


knowledge to the subject matter at hand,
meant specifically to gauge prior related
knowledge
What’s In This part connects previous lesson with that
of the current one.

What’s New An introduction of the new lesson through


various activities, before it will be presented
to you

What is It These are discussions of the activities as a


way to deepen your discovery and under-
standing of the concept.

What’s More These are follow-up activities that are in-


tended for you to practice further in order to
master the competencies.

What I Have Activities designed to process what you


Learned have learned from the lesson

What I can do These are tasks that are designed to show-


case your skills and knowledge gained, and
applied into real-life concerns and situations.

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Lesson
Invasion Game for Physical
1 Fitness: Sungka

What I Need to Know

Objective/s
After completing this module, you are expected to:

> Execute the different skills involved in the game. PE6GS-lc-h-4

What’s New

Introduction:

As one of the most popular games in the Philippine archipelago, Sungka is played by
Filipinos both young and old. Their traditional game with became a witness the Philippine
civilization across the centuries has become their pastime, may it be with friends or with their
families although it originally started as an amusement for ladies only.
Nature and Background of the Game:

Sungka is an ancient Filipino game. Its history can be traced back to the 17 th
century. The Jesuit priest, Father Jose Sanchez, first describe the game in his dictionary of
the Visayan (Cebuano) language in 1692...He also said that the game
was played with “seashells” in a wooden boat-liked board.
Scholars say that the board game may have evolved in Egypt from counters used
for accounting and stock-taking. Evidences of this boards have also been found in ancient
Sumeria. As for the origin of the term “Sungka” historian found relics of an identical game as
a stream in Indonesia.

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The pictures below are some examples of invasion games.
Try naming these games. Select your answer inside the box.

TumbangPreso Patintero AgawangPanyo

LuksongTinik Hopscutch (Piko)

https;/en.em.wikipedia.org.>wiki philippinegamesjournal1.blogsp...
1.________________________________2._________________________________

slideshare.netnoypicollection.blogspot.com
3.____________________________________ 4._____________________________________

steemit.com
5.___________________________________________
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What Is It

The picture below shows a Sungka Board.

gameph.toluma.com

Do you know how to play Sungka? Study the next activitiesfor you to know and do the tasks
given.

Sungka

It is a game played by two players by using a solid carved wood with two rows
of seven circular hole and two large holes at both ends called house (bahay).
Forty-nine small stones, marbles, pebbles, seeds, or even shells can be used
in holes that are alternately out, except in the house.
The two players hold each sides of the rows as their territory.
It is also a turn-based game, to win a Sungka the player’s aim of the
game is to capture as many shells and place them into “ulo” (head).

Sungkaan

It is placed horizontally between the two players and each player has seven
houses in front of him and the heads should be at the far ends to the left and
right.

Rules in Paying Sungka Different Skills Involved in the


Sungka Game
1. Both players play simultaneously.
2. Once a player has ended their first 1. Playing Sungka practices your
turn, he must wait for the opponent mathematical and analytical skills.
to also end his turn and from that 2. It requires good and eye-hand
point on, players simply take it turns. coordination.
3. A player may only start with a 3. It teaches sportsmanship.
house on his side of the board. 4. It also teaches patience and
Activity: 3 observation.
Activity: Fill in the blanks with the correct answer.

1. ____________ It is also a turn-based game.


2. The ____________hold each sides of the rows as their territory.
3.____________is a game played by two players by using a solid carved wood with two
rowsof seven circular hole and two large holes at both ends called 4.______________
To win at Sungkathe player’s aim of the game is to 5. ___________ as many shells and
place them into “ulo” (head).
6. ____________is placed horizontally between the two players and each player has
7.__________
infront of him and the heads should be at the far ends to the left and right.
8.A____________onlystart with the house on his side of the 9.____________.
10. It teaches patience and_____________.

What’s More

Activity:
Write True if the statement is correct. Write False if the statement is wrong.

________1. Playing sungka practices your mathematical and analytical skills.


________2. The game played by four players.
________3. Both players played simultaneously.
________4. There are ten houses of each player.
________5.. The game requires good eye-hand coordination.
________6. There are 49 shells in used in counter playing sungka.
________7. The game teaches sportsmanship.
________8. A player my only start with a house on any side of the board.
________9. The game teaches patience and observation.
________10.Sungka board is placed horizontally.

What I Have Learned


Activity: Answer the following questions.

1. What is Sungka game?


___________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
2. What are the skills involved in the Sungka game?
___________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
3. How many stones used in Sungka?
_____________________________
4. How will the players win the Sungka game?
_____________________________
5. How is the Sungkaan placed between the two players?
___________________________
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Assessment

How do you play Sungka?

Sungka requires two players. Each player controls the seven holes on his side of the board
and owns the “head” to his right. The goal is to accumulate as many pieces in your own
“head”.

Activity
Note: (If no Sungka Board available) Make an improvised Sungka and follow the
steps below.

1. Using a table or a floor. Get a marker like chalk or crayons.


2. Draw two rows of seven small circles and two large circles at both ends called house.
3. Use any 49 small pieces of shells, seeds, stones or pebbles using counter for playing
thegame.
4. Start to play and follow the rules and mechanics of the game.

Note: (If no Sungka Board available) Make an improvised Sungka and follow
the steps below.

1. Using a table or a floor.Get a marker like chalk or crayons.


After2.playing
Draw the
twogame
rows answer thesmall
of seven following questions.
circles and two large circles at both endscalled
house.
1. Did you enjoy playing the game?
3. Use any 49small pieces of shells, seeds, stones or pebbles using counterfor
___________________________________________________
2. What playing
feeling the
while
game.
playing the game?
____________________________________________________
4. Start to play and follow the rules and mechanics of the game.
3. What attitude describe in playing the game?
____________________________________________________
4.Can you recognize the value of the game?
____________________________________________________
5.How could you display the joy of effort, while playing the game?
____________________________________________________
Answer Key:

What I know/Subukin
Patintero
Agawang Panyo
Luksong Tinik
Hopscotch
Tumbang Preso

What Is It

What’s More

What I Have Learned

Assessment
Answers may vary.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Appendices:
Quarter 2/Week 4
Physical Education 6

Worksheets

Name:_________________________________________Score:_______________
School:____________________________________________________________

1. Name the games and select your answer inside the box.

Agawang Panyo Tumbang Preso


Patintero
Luksong Tinik Hopscoth (Piko)

1.___________________________________ 2. _____________________________________

3. ___________________________________ 4. _______________________________________

5.____________________________

11. Fill in the blanks of the correct answers.

1. ___________________it is also a turn-based game.


2. The _________________ hold each sides of the rows as their territory.
3. ____________________ is a game played by two players by using a solid carved woods
of two of rows of seven circular holes at both ends called 4. ________________. To win
at Sungka the player’s aim of the game is to 5. ______________ at many shells and
placed into “ulo” head.
6. ___________________ is placed horizontally between the two players and each player
has 7. ___________________.
8. A ________________ only with house on his side of the 9. ________________.
10. The game teaches patience and observation.

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111. Write True if the statement is correct. False if is wrong.

1. Playing Sungka practices your mathematical and analytical skills.

2. The game played by four players.


3. Both players played simultaneously.
4. There are ten houses of each player.
5. The game requires good and eye-hand coordination.
6. There are 49 shells is used in counter playing Sungka.
7. The game teaches sportsmanship.
8. A player may only start with a house on any side of the house.
9. The game teaches patience and observation.
10. Sungka board is placed horizontally.

1V. Answer the following questions:


Answers may vary.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

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References:

. The 21st Century MAPEH in Action 6 p.207

. Curriculum Guide in P.E.6

Links for online sources:

. https://devcomcreatives.wordpress.com>...

. https://www.nileslit.com>thehisto...

. https://m.youtube.com>watch

. https://wwwchoosephilippines.com>...

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Department of Education – Division of Tangub City

Office Address:Anecito St., Mantic, Tangub City

Telefax: (088) 395 – 3372

Website: www.depedtangub.net
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