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Theme: What is Tapotement and Vibration Strokes and how it is performed?

School Paliparan National High School Grade Level G - 10


DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Maria Lourdes O. Manon-og Learning Area Massage Therapy
Teaching Week Quarter 3nd
Quarter

Days MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Section / Schedule Aurora – 8:50 – 9:40 Gaia – 9:40 – 10:30 Juno – 1:10 – 2:00
Date: Dec.4,2017 Dec.5,2017 Dec.6, 2017 Dec. 7, 2017 Dec. 8, 2017
At the end of the activity, the
A. OBJECTIVE: sudents are able to: At the end of the activity,
At the end of the lesson, At the end of the activity, the At the end of the activity, the
1. the sudents are able to: At the end of the activity, the
the students are able to: sudents are able to: sudents are able to:
Recapitulate Effleurage, sudents are able to:
1. Define 1.
Petrissage, and Friction. 1. Define 1. RecapTapotement.
Vibration. RecapVibration.
2. Tapotement. 2. Recite
2. Discuss its 2. Recite
Repractice manipulation of 2. Discuss defintiion and purposes.
purposes and benefits. defintiion and purposes.
variation strokes of Effleurage, its purposes and benefits. 3. Return
3. 3. Return
Petrissage, and Friction. 3. demonstrate the Variations of
Demonstrate the Variations of demonstrate the Variations of
3. Perform the variation Demonstrate the Variations Tapotement.
Vibrationt. Vibration.
strokes of Effleurage, Petrissage, of Tapotement.
and Friction.
B. CONTENT Working within a Holistic Therapeutic Massage Framework
C. Performance Standard Skills requirements are identified from written, oral communications and manipulations

LO 2. Identify and demonstrate the major techniques and treatment used in Massage Therapy.
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
2.1. Major Methods of Treatment used in Therapeutic massage are identified and described

A. Reference

1. Tesda Training Regulations Guide


Localized Materials of Localized Materials of Localized Materials of Massage Localized Materials of Localized Materials of
2. Learner’s Material Pages
Massage Therapy Massage Therapy Therapy Massage Therapy Massage Therapy
3. Textbook Pages
Downloaded Massage
Downloaded Massage Therapy Downloaded Massage Downloaded Massage
4. Additional Materials from Learning Resources Downloaded Massage TherapyTherapy Handbook /
Handbook / Manual Therapy Handbook / Manual Therapy Handbook / Manual
Manual
B. Other Learning Resources POWERPOINT PRESENTATION OF PETRISSAGE STROKES ; DOWNLOADED Tapotement and Vibration VIDEO
IV. PROCEDURES Activity Approaches Strategy
A. Engagement Recall Constructivism Thinking Skills

B. Exploration Model

C. Explanation Familiriaze

D. Elaboration Rubrics:
Decide (perfect) 3 (Acceptable) 1 ( Needs Improvement)
Mastery of description

E. Evaluation Mastery of Manipulation

V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 75% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional activities for
remediation who scored below 75%
C. Did the remedial lesson work? No. of learners who
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: Checked by: Noted:
MARIA LOURDES M. SEÑA GREGORIA C. MENDOZA
____________________ TLE Coordinator School Principal
Teacher
Theme: What is Tapotement and Vibration Strokes and how it is performed?
School Paliparan National High School Grade Level G - 10
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Maria Lourdes O. Manon-og Learning Area Massage Therapy
Teaching Week Quarter 3nd
Quarter

Days MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Section / Schedule Aurora – 8:50 – 9:40 Gaia – 9:40 – 10:30 Juno – 1:10 – 2:00
Date: Dec.4,2017 Dec.5,2017 Dec.6, 2017 Dec. 7, 2017 Dec. 8, 2017
At the end of the activity, the
A. OBJECTIVE: sudents are able to: At the end of the activity,
At the end of the lesson, At the end of the activity, the At the end of the activity, the
1. the sudents are able to: At the end of the activity, the
the students are able to: sudents are able to: sudents are able to:
Recapitulate Effleurage, sudents are able to:
1. Define 1.
Petrissage, and Friction. 1. Define 1. RecapTapotement.
Vibration. RecapVibration.
2. Tapotement. 2. Recite
2. Discuss its 2. Recite
Repractice manipulation of 2. Discuss defintiion and purposes.
purposes and benefits. defintiion and purposes.
variation strokes of Effleurage, its purposes and benefits. 3. Return
3. 3. Return
Petrissage, and Friction. 3. demonstrate the Variations of
Demonstrate the Variations of demonstrate the Variations of
3. Perform the variation Demonstrate the Variations Tapotement.
Vibrationt. Vibration.
strokes of Effleurage, Petrissage, of Tapotement.
and Friction.
B. CONTENT Working within a Holistic Therapeutic Massage Framework
C. Performance Standard Skills requirements are identified from written, oral communications and manipulations

LO 2. Identify and demonstrate the major techniques and treatment used in Massage Therapy.
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
2.1. Major Methods of Treatment used in Therapeutic massage are identified and described

A. Reference

1. Tesda Training Regulations Guide


Localized Materials of Localized Materials of Localized Materials of Massage Localized Materials of Localized Materials of
2. Learner’s Material Pages
Massage Therapy Massage Therapy Therapy Massage Therapy Massage Therapy
3. Textbook Pages
Downloaded Massage
Downloaded Massage Therapy Downloaded Massage Downloaded Massage
4. Additional Materials from Learning Resources Downloaded Massage TherapyTherapy Handbook /
Handbook / Manual Therapy Handbook / Manual Therapy Handbook / Manual
Manual
B. Other Learning Resources POWERPOINT PRESENTATION OF PETRISSAGE STROKES ; DOWNLOADED Tapotement and Vibration VIDEO
IV. PROCEDURES Activity Approaches Strategy
A. Activity Recall Constructivism Thinking Skills

B. Analysis Model

C. Abstraction Familiriaze

D. Application Rubrics:
Decide (perfect) 3 (Acceptable) 1 ( Needs Improvement)
Mastery of description

V. EVALUTION Mastery of Manipulation

V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 75% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional activities for
remediation who scored below 75%
C. Did the remedial lesson work? No. of learners who
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: Checked by: Noted:
MARIA LOURDES M. SEÑA GREGORIA C. MENDOZA
____________________ TLE Coordinator School Principal
Teacher