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Detailed Lesson Plan in MAPEH 7

Music

I.

Objective
At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
1. Discuss the musical instrument of Luzon
2. Demonstrate an understanding of musical instrument
3. Recognize the importance of ethnic instruments

II.

Subject Matter

Topic: Musical Instruments of Luzon


Reference: Music Arts Physical Education and Health 7, pp. 26 - 29
Gina A. Buena
Material: visual aids, laptop, projector, pictures, pencil, bond paper

III.

Procedure

Teachers Activity
Students Activity
A. Preparatory Activities
1. Prayer
2. Greetings
3. Checking of Attendance
4. Review
Last meeting, we discussed about the
Yes, Maam.
Sachs- Hornbostel. Right?
What are the classifications of Sachs
Hornbostel System?
Yes, Lady.
The
classifications
of
SachsHornbostel System are idiophone,
aerophone, membranophone and
Good.
chordophone.
What is idiophone?
Okay, Simon.
Idiophone is an instrument the whole
of which vibrates to produce a sound
Give me an example, Honey.
when struck, shaken or scraped.
Another, Bryan.
An example of idiophone is bell.
Correct.
Another example of idiophone is
How about aerophone? What is it?
gong.
And give me an example.
Yes, Patrick.
Good.

What

about

the

Aerophone is a wind instrument. For

membranophone?
Yes, Ms. Villavicencio.

Lastly, what is chordophone?


Yes, Apple.
Give me an example, Argin.

example, flute and harmonica.

A membranophone is any musical


instrument which produces sound
primarily by way of a vibrating
stretch membrane.
Chordophone
is
a
stringed
instrument.
An example of chordophone is guitar.

B. Developmental Activities
Motivation
Before we proceed on our lesson.
Watch and listen eagerly to this video
first. Because after that, Im going to
ask some questions.
(The teacher will play a video.)
(The students will watch the video.)
Okay class, what have you observed
in the video?
Will you try, Rey mark.
In the video you presented I observed
different kinds of instruments.
Very Good.
What can you say to those
instruments?
Yes, Nino.
The instruments are so fascinating
because I dont know that theres
such a kind of instruments.
Nice answer.
Another, Angelica.
It was so creative.
So, what do you think would be our
topic all about?
Yes, Aira.
Our topic would be all about
instruments.
Very good. Absolutely our topic would
be all about instruments, particularly
the Musical Instruments of Luzon.
Discussion
The Philippines is rich in folk
traditions, specifically of indigenous
music and folk songs. Indigenous
music covers instrumental forms.
These instruments include those of
what are made of bamboo, metal and
wood, and are used in various rituals
and secular activities of the people.

I am going to show you some


pictures. Try to analyze and classify it
to
its
correspond
group
of
classification.
This is Libbit. To what classification
should it belongs to?

Yes, Angeline.
Very good. This is an instrument of
Ifugao.
Next is Saggeypo.

Will you try, Marco.

Libbit is a membranophone.

Maam, Saggeypo is a wind


instrument or aerophone.

Very good. This belongs to Kalinga


Ethnic group.
How about Bungkaka from Isneg
Ethnic group?

Yes, Thea.
This Afiw from Bontoc Ethnic group.

Yes, Andrei.

Bungkaka is an idiophone.

That Afiw from Bontoc Ethnic Group


is aerophone.

How about this Pinsak from Ibaloi


Ethnic group?

Yes, Joy.
How about this Taladi?

Pinsak from Ibaloi Ethnic group is


idiophone.

Okay, Jayson.
Tungali from Kalinga Ethnic Group.

Taladi is an aerophone.

Yes, Raiza

That Tungali from Kalinga Ethnic


Group is aerophone.

Lastly this Tongatong from Kalinga


Ethnic Group.

Yes, Ace.

That tongatong from Kalinga Ethnic


Group is idiophone.

Very Good.
What is Gangsa?

Yes, JM.
Nice answer.
The gangsa is a flat gong without
bass, and is played in celebration
connected with the conclusion of
peace pacts, burial rites, or head
hunting.
It is played in two different ways:
1. Gangsa toppaya is played with
palms of the hand followed by a
strong slap and slide from the
center to the outer edge.
2. Gangsa pattung is struck with
sticks.
Other names of it are:
- Gangsa in Kalinga
- Gangha in Ifugao
- Kalsa and Pinsak in Ibaloi
What is zither?

Gangsa is a gong.

Yes, John Paul.


Zither is a stringed instrument.
The zither is an instrument with
parallel strings that run along the
entire length of the body.
Zithers in the Philippines are of the
tube, half- tube and board variety.
Other names of it are:
- Kolitong in Bontoc
- Kulibit in Kalinga
What is lip valley flute?

Yes, Janna.
Very Good.
The lip-valley flute is a blowing
edge mouthpiece. The upper and
lower lips of a pipe are the flat
surfaces above and below the
mouth.
Other names of it are:
- Paldon in Kalinga
- Taladi in Ibaloi
What is Saggeypo?

Will you try, John.


Nice answer.
Saggeypo is consist of six pipes in a
row, unattached to each other,
played
separately
by
six
preferences each one blowing on
one or two pipes.
It is named Saggeypo in Kalinga.

Lip- valley flute is a wind instrument.

Saggeypo is a wind instrument.

What is Kallaleng?

Yes, Jerry.

Kallaleng is a kind of flute with three


finger holes.

Very good.
The Kallaleng is a long bamboo
tube, closed at one end by the
node in which blowing hole is burnt.
This flute has three finger holes.
The blowing hole is place under an
angle against the nose and the
player gently blows in the hole.
Other names of it are:
- Kaleleng in Bontoc
- Ungiyung in Ifugao
- Tungali in Kalinga
What is Jew,s harp?

Yes, Jane.
The jews harp is an instrument
made of bamboo or metal, with a
thin or flexible tongue made to
vibrate by plucking the tip of the
instrument or by pulling a string
attached to its tapered end.
It is usually played solo.
Other names of it are:
- Afiw in Bontoc
- Koding in Ibaloi
- Giwong in Kalinga

Jews harp is a stringed instrument.

What is conical drum?

Yes, Nica.
Good.
The conical drum has a wider upper
end which is covered with skin; its
bottom is open and narrow.
Other names of it are:
- Libbit in Ifugao
- Kimbal and culibao in Ibaloi
What is stamping tubes?

Conical drum is a membranophone.

Yes, Brianna.
The stamping tubes is a musical
instrument
made
from
one
segment of bamboo with the
bottom end closed by a node, and
the tap end open. The instruments
come in sets of 2-6 tubes, usually
made from the same bamboo
poles.
Other names of it are:
- Tongatong in Kalinga
- Tungtung in Isneg

Stamping tubes
instrument.

is

bamboo

What is the bamboo buzzer?

Yes, Maricel.
Good.
The bamboo buzzer is a musical
instrument made from a variety of
bamboo that has a long, slender
internode.
The sound is produced by striking
the split ends against the palm of
the hand.
Other names of it are:
- Avakkao in Bontoc
- Bungkaka in Isneg

It is a bamboo instrument.

Activity
I am going to group you for your
activity. (The teacher will group the (The students will
correspond group.)
students into three.)

go

to

their

Direction: Solve the jigsaw puzzle (Group 1= bamboo buzzer)


(Group 2= gangsa)
and tell its name and classification.
(Group 3= jews harp)
Generalization
Give me atleast 2 examples of the
musical instrument weve discussed
today.
Yes, Amanda.
Another, Lyka.
JC.
Last one, Candice.
What is conical drum?

Gangsa and zither.


Bamboo buzzer and saggeypo.
Conical drum and kallaleng
Staping tubes and lip-valley flute.

Yes, Tin.
The conical drum has a wider upper
end, which is covered with skin.

Very Good.
How about kallaleng?

Kallaleng is a long bamboo tube,


closed at one end by the node.

Very good.
What is bamboo buzzer?
Yes, Anica.

The bamboo buzzer is a musical


instrument made from a variety of
bamboo that has long, slender
internodes.
Direction:
instruments.

Application
Draw
the

following

1.Gangsa
2. bamboo buzzer
3. jews harp
4. Kallaleng
5. Saggeypo
IV.

Evaluation

Direction: Write the letter of the correct anwer.


1. How many pipes in a row is Saggeypo?
a. 10
c. 6
b. 4
d. 1
2. What is the flat gong without bass?
a. Zither
c. jews harp
b. Gangsa
d. conical drum
3. What musical instrument is made from a bamboo variety that has long
slender internodes?
a. Bamboo buzzer
c. jews harp
b. Stamping tubes
d. kallaleng
4. What is the flute that has three finger holes?
a. Bamboo buzzer
c. jews harp
b. Stamping tubes
d. kallaleng
5. What musical instrument is a blowing edge mouthpiece?
a. Lip-valley flute
c. conical drum
b. Saggeypo
d. zither

V.
Assignment
1. You are asked to play an ethnic instrument. What are you going to
choose? Why?
2. Make an improvised musical instrument. To be pass next week (August
12, 2016).