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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL School DAPDAP HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 11/12

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher MR. MAR CHAN N. MANGUERA Learning Area ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC AND PROF. PURPOSES (EAPP)
Teaching Dates and Time Week 8 (July 24-28, 2017) Quarter FIRST QUARTER/FIRST SEMESTER

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4


I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standard The learner understands the principles The learner understands the principles The learner understands the principles The learner understands the principles
and uses of a concept paper. and uses of a concept paper. and uses of a concept paper. and uses of a concept paper.
B. Performance Standard The learner produces a well-balanced The learner produces a well-balanced The learner produces a well-balanced The learner produces a well-balanced
concept paper in a specific discipline. concept paper in a specific discipline. concept paper in a specific discipline. concept paper in a specific discipline.
C. Learning Competency/Objectives identifies situations in which a Display effective understanding of the Display effective understanding of the Check the examination taken.
Write the LC code for each. concept paper may be effectively used subject covered throughout the unit. subject covered throughout the unit. Discuss the common errors or
to improve our society Express appreciation of the value of Express appreciation of the value of mistakes committed for the purpose of
test-taking. test-taking. evaluation.
comprehends various kinds of
Follow correct procedures and Follow correct procedures and Participate actively in the discussion.
concept papers
directions in test-taking. directions in test-taking
LC Code: CS_EN11/12A-EAPP-Ig-j-
21/22

II. CONTENT Writing Concept Paper Preliminary Examination Preliminary Examination Preliminary Examination Checking
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages
3. Textbook pages Department of Education (2016). Department of Education (2016). Department of Education (2016). Department of Education (2016).
English for Academic and Professional English for Academic and Professional English for Academic and Professional English for Academic and Professional
Purposes (Reader). Quezon City: Purposes (Reader). Quezon City: Purposes (Reader). Quezon City: Purposes (Reader). Quezon City:
Sunshine Interlinks Publishing House, Sunshine Interlinks Publishing House, Sunshine Interlinks Publishing House, Sunshine Interlinks Publishing House,
Inc. Inc. Inc. Inc.
Saqueton, G.M and Uychoco M.T.A. Saqueton, G.M and Uychoco M.T.A. Saqueton, G.M and Uychoco M.T.A. Saqueton, G.M and Uychoco M.T.A.
(2016). English for Academic and (2016). English for Academic and (2016). English for Academic and (2016). English for Academic and
Professional Purposes. Manila: REX Professional Purposes. Manila: REX Book Professional Purposes. Manila: REX Book Professional Purposes. Manila: REX Book
Book Store. Store. Store. Store.
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource
(LR)portal
B. Other Learning Resources
IV. PROCEDURES

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A. Reviewing previous lesson or 1. Teacher says, Think about this 1. Teacher asks the class to put their 1. Teacher asks the class to put their 1. Teacher tells the class about the
presenting the new lesson question: What do you think is more things in front to avoid any form of things in front to avoid any form of objectives of the today`s activity.
masculine, your class nerd or cheating while taking the examination. cheating while taking the examination.
basketball star? Explain your answer.
B. Establishing a purpose for the 1. Students pair up and identify a male 1. Teacher tells the class about the do`s 1. Teacher tells the class about the do`s 1. Teacher says, Today, we will check
lesson celebrity whom they think exudes and don`ts in taking an examination for and don`ts in taking an examination for and eventually discuss your preliminary
manliness/manhood. them to learn how they can best to them to learn how they can best to examination.
prepare and study for exams. This will prepare and study for exams. This will
remind them to perform better on tests remind them to perform better on tests
and achieve the academic success they and achieve the academic success they
desire. desire.
C. Presenting examples/Instances 1. Students list down at least five 1. Teacher administers and facilitates 1. Teacher administers and facilitates 1. Teacher asks the class to read the
of the new lesson reasons to support their choice. the examination. the examination. questions and provide answers.
D. Discussing new concepts and 1. Students discuss their answers in 1. Students participate in both select- 1. Students participate in both select- 1. Teacher processes students`
practicing new skills # 1 class. They may draw or sketch the response questions as well as short response questions as well as short responses and gives considerations to
celebrity to show the picture of the essays. essays. the deserving ones.
celebrity as visual aid.
E. Discussing new concepts and
practicing new skills # 2
F. Developing mastery 1. Students answer the following
(leads to Formative Assessment questions:
3) What are your different ideas on
manhood/manliness?
What is/are the dominant notion(s)
of manhood/manliness? Why do you
think so?
G. Finding practical application of
concepts and skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations and
abstractions about the lesson
I. Evaluating learning 1. Students read the first sample essay. 1. Teacher-made examination 1. Teacher-made examination 1. Teacher-made examination
They find out how their ideas match
Paul Theorouxs. Then, they annotate
the text as they read.
J. Additional activities for 1. Students circle the words and/or 1. Teacher asks students some feedback 1. Teacher asks students some feedback 1. Teacher tells the students who failed
application or remediation concepts that are not familiar to them, regarding the examination taken. regarding the examination taken. in the examination to have a retake

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especially those that have references until they pass it.
to American culture. They write
questions and/or comments on the
margins, too.
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 lessons work?
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
work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter
which my principal or
supervisor can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with other
teachers?

Prepared by: Approved by: Noted by:

MAR CHAN N. MANGUERA LORNA B. CASTRO RUPERTO G. PATANGUI, Jr., Ph.D. AMPARO M. MUOZ, Ed.D.
T-III, DapDap High School HT-III, English Department SHS-Focal Person, DapDap High School Principal III, DapDap High School