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Cabuyao Integrated National High School S c h o o l Grade Level 12 GRADE

Cabuyao Integrated National High School

School

Grade Level

12

GRADE 12

DAILY

LESSON LOG

Teacher

ROWEL A. ELCA

Learning Area

PRACTICAL

RESEARCH 2

Teaching Dates

Time

and

June 5 - 8, 2017

Quarter

First

   

MONDAY-TUESDAY Date: June 5-6, 2017

I. OBJECTIVES

 

A. Content Standards

 

B. Performance Standards

 

C. Learning Competencies/Objectives

At the end of the day, the students should be able to:

Write the LC Code for each

1. get acquainted with one another through their basic information.

2. select their classroom officers.

3. form classroom rules and regulations.

II.

CONTENT

ORIENTATION First Day of School

III.

LEARNING RESOURCES

 

A.

References

 
 

1. Teacher’s Guide pages

 
 

2. Learner’s Material pages

 
 

3. Textbook pages

 
 

4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal

 

B.

Other Learning Resources

 

IV.

PROCEDURES

 
 

ACTIVITY 1:

1.

Checking of names in the class list (attendance & spelling)

2.

Orientation on the section’s name

Discussion (1)

3.

Seating arrangements (seat plan)

4.

Getting-to-know activities/games

5.

Classroom rules, regulations and expectations

 

ACTIVITY 2

1.

Self-introduction, give expectations and inform subject rules.

2.

Give and explain the components of student’s grade such as written test

(35%), performance task (40%) and periodical test (25%) a. Written Test (35%)

 

b. Performance Task (40%)

c. Periodical Test (25%)

Discussion (2)

3.

Give subject requirements and topics for the first quarter.

Prepared by:

Checked by:

Noted by:

ROWEL A. ELCA Teacher II

CELIA CONCEPTION GREGORIO MT II MATHEMATICS

JUANITO Y. DE RAMOS ED. D. Principal III

Cabuyao Integrated National High School S c h o o l Grade Level 12 GRADE

Cabuyao Integrated National High School

School

Grade Level

12

GRADE 12

DAILY

LESSON LOG

Teacher

ROWEL A. ELCA

Learning Area

PRACTICAL

RESEARCH 2

Teaching Dates

Time

and

June 5 - 8, 2017

Quarter

First

   

WEDNESDAY Date: June 7, 2016

 

I.

OBJECTIVES

 
 

The learner demonstrates understanding of:

 

A.

Content Standards

1.

the characteristics, strengths, weaknesses, and kinds of quantitative

 

research

 
 

The learner is able to:

 

B. Performance Standards

decide on suitable quantitative research in different areas of interest

 

C. Learning Competencies/Objectives

 

The learner:

Write the LC Code for each

1.

describes characteristics, strengths, weaknesses, and kinds of quantitative

research - CS_RS12-Ia-c-1

 

D.

Objective/s

After this lesson, students should be able to:

 
 

1.

Relate unfamiliar term with other terms to discover the meaning of such

difficult term.

 

2.

Explain the meaning of research in relation to inquiry.

 

II.

CONTENT

UNIT 1: NATURE OF INQUIRY AND RESEARCH

 

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 
 

A.

References

 
 

1. Teacher’s Guide pages

 
 

2. Learner’s Material pages

 
 

3. Textbook pages

pp. 1-2

 
 

4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal

 
 

B.

Other Learning Resources

PRACTICAL RESEARCH 2 ESTHER L. BARACEROS

 

IV. PROCEDURES

 
 

A.

Reviewing previous lesson or presenting

 

the new lesson

 

B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

CONCEPTS LINKERS: Old and New Concepts Fusion

 
 

C. Presenting examples/instances of the new

ACTIVITY 1. Based on your stock knowledge and the words surrounding the middle word, define the middle word in each cluster.

lesson

 

D.

Discussing new concepts and practicing

Discuss the middle word(s) from activity 1

 

new skills

 

F.

Developing Mastery

ACTIVITY 2. VOCABULARY PRACTICE: On a piece of paper, construct sentences using the newly learned words.

(Leads to Formative Assessment)

 

G.

Finding practical applications of

 

concepts and skills in daily living

 

H.

Making generalizations and abstractions

How do you define each word(s)?

 

about the lesson

 

I. Evaluating learning

 
 

J. Additional activities for application or

 

remediation

V.

REMARKS

 

VI.

REFLECTION

 
 

A. No. of learners who earned 80% on the formative assessment

There are

out of

students earned 80% in the

evaluation.

 
 

B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation

There are

out of

students earned below 80% in the

evaluation and required additional activities.

 
 

C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with the lesson

 

YES (

students)

NO (

students)

 

D. No. of students who continue to require remediation.

There are

students who continue undergo remediation.

 

Prepared by:

Checked by:

Noted by:

ROWEL A. ELCA Teacher II

CELIA CONCEPTION GREGORIO MT II MATHEMATICS

JUANITO Y. DE RAMOS ED. D. Principal III

Cabuyao Integrated National High School S c h o o l Grade Level 12 GRADE

Cabuyao Integrated National High School

School

Grade Level

12

GRADE 12

DAILY

LESSON LOG

Teacher

ROWEL A. ELCA

Learning Area

PRACTICAL

RESEARCH 2

Teaching Dates

Time

and

June 5 - 8, 2017

Quarter

First

   

THURSDAY Date: June 8, 2017

 

I.

OBJECTIVES

 
 

The learner demonstrates understanding of:

 

A.

Content Standards

1.

the characteristics, strengths, weaknesses, and kinds of quantitative

 

research

 
 

The learner is able to:

 

B. Performance Standards

decide on suitable quantitative research in different areas of interest

 

C. Learning Competencies

 

The learner:

Write the LC Code for each

1.

describes characteristics, strengths, weaknesses, and kinds of quantitative

research - CS_RS12-Ia-c-1

 

D.

Objectives

After this lesson, students should be able to:

 
 

1. Point out the similarities and differences of research and inquiry.

2. Distinguish lower-level questions from top-level questions to give stress to

investigate kind of thinking.

 

II.

CONTENT

UNIT 1: NATURE OF INQUIRY AND RESEARCH: INQUIRY VS RESEARCH ( A REVIEW)

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

 
 

A. References

 
 

1. Teacher’s Guide pages

 
 

2. Learner’s Material pages

 
 

3. Textbook pages

pp. 3-4

 
 

4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal

 
 

B. Other Learning Resources

PRACTICAL RESEARCH 2 ESTHER L. BARACEROS

 

IV. PROCEDURES

 
 

A.

Reviewing previous lesson or presenting

IMAGE INTENSIFIER: LOOPING OR FREE WRITING What do you recall about this two words: Inquiry and Research? Write them freely on a piece of paper without worrying about your grammar

the new lesson

 

B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson

What else do you know about Inquiry and Research? Expand what you know about them by reading the following text.

 

C. Presenting examples/instances of the new

What are the important information about nature of inquiry and research?

lesson

 

D.

Discussing new concepts and practicing

Discuss the characteristics of research.

 

new skills #1

 

F.

Developing Mastery

What are the things to remember about the methods of research?

 

(Leads to Formative Assessment)

 

G.

Finding practical applications of

 

concepts and skills in daily living

 

H.

Making generalizations and abstractions

What relation exist between inquiry and research?

 

about the lesson

 

I. Evaluating learning

 

V.

REMARKS

 

VI.

REFLECTION

 

A. No. of learners who earned 80% on the formative assessment

There are

out of

students earned 80% in the

evaluation.

 

B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation

There are

out of

students earned below 80% in the

evaluation and required additional activities.

 

C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with the lesson

 

YES (

students)

NO (

students)

D. No. of students who continue to require

There are

students who continue undergo remediation.

 

Prepared by:

ROWEL A. ELCA Teacher II

Checked by:

CELIA CONCEPTION GREGORIO MT II MATHEMATICS

Noted by:

JUANITO Y. DE RAMOS ED. D. Principal III