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GRADE 1 to 12 School Grade Level VI

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Learning Area EPP 6 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP & ICT
Teaching Dates and Time (WEEK 1) Quarter

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Objectives must be met over the week and connected to the curriculum standards. To meet the objectives necessary procedures must be followed and if needed, additional lessons,
I. OBJECTIVES exercises, and remedial activities may be done for developing content knowledge and competencies. These are assessed using Formative Assessment strategies. Valuing objectives
support the learning of content and competencies and enable children to find significance and joy in learning the lessons. Weekly objectives shall be derived from the curriculum guides.
A. Content Standard demonstrates knowledge and skills that will lead to one becoming an ideal entrepreneur.
B. Performance Standard sells products based on needs and demands.
C. Learning Competency/Objectives  Identify the values of a  Identify the types of  Give ways on how to  Identify the Buyer and  Give two basic ways to
Write the LC code for each. successful entrepreneur. start own business. Seller relations. earn money.
entrepreneur. TLE6IE-0a-1.1 TLE6IE-0a-1.2
TLE6IE-0a-1.1 TLE6IE-0a-1.1 TLE6IE-0a-1.1
Content is what the lesson is all about. It pertains to the subject matter that the teacher aims to teach in the CG, the content can be tackled in a week or two.
II. CONTENT BE A SUCCESSFUL TYPES OF ENTREPRENEUR HOW TO START A BUSINESS THE SELLER-BUYER BASIC WAYS TO EARN
ENTREPRENEUR RELATION MONEY
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages The Basics of Better Family The Basics of Better Family ICT and Entrepreneurship ICT and Entrepreneurship ICT and Entrepreneurship
Living pp. 2-5 Living pp. 5-13 pp. 3 &11-12 pp. 13 pp. 7

ICT and Entrepreneurship


pp. 2-3
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)portal
B. Other Learning Resource
These steps should be done across the week. Spread out the activities appropriately so that students will learn well. Always be guided by demonstration of learning by the students which
IV. PROCEDURES you can infer from formative assessment activities. Sustain learning systematically by providing students with multiple ways to learn new things, practice their learning, question their
learning processes, and draw conclusions about what they learned in relation to their life experiences and previous knowledge. Indicate the time allotment for each step.
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Review the Qualities and Types Review ways on how to start own Review the Seller- Buyer
presenting the new lesson of Entrepreneur. business & identify the Buyer and Relation
Seller relations.
B. Establishing a purpose for the Motivate the child by presenting Do you want to become an Do you want to have a business? What are buyers/ sellers? Are Do you earn money? how?
lesson a K-W-L Chart about entrepreneur someday? they related?
Entrepreneur.
C. Presenting examples/Instances Ask the pupils how can theybe a
of the new lesson good entrepreneur.
D. Discussing new concepts and Identify the Qualities of an ideal Discuss the types of Discuss ways on how to start Identify the Buyer and Seller
practicing new skills # 1 entrepreneur on pp. 3-6 entrepreneur on pp. 3-6 own business On pages. TXT 5- relations. On pages. TXT 5-13 &
13 & TXT 2-3 TXT 2-3
E. Discussing new concepts and Discussions Discussions Discussions Discussions Group Work:
practicing new skills # 2 Act Out! Exchange of ideas Exchange of ideas  Let the pupils identify
Reporting Reporting ways, on how to earn
money
Report it in class.
F. Developing mastery What qualities should an What are the types of How to start own business? What is the relationship between Role Playing
(leads to Formative Assessment 3) entrepreneur must have? entrepreneur? the buyer and the seller?

G. Finding practical application of


concepts and skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations and What qualities should an What are the types of How to start own business? What is the relationship between What are the ways in earning
abstractions about the lesson entrepreneur must have? entrepreneur? the buyer and the seller? money?
I. Evaluating learning Identify 5 qualities of Identify the types of entrepreneur Discuss briefly how to start own a Describe the buyer-seller List down 5 ways on how to earn
entrepreneur business. relation. money.
J. Additional activities for List down 5 entrepreneurs you List down 5 entrepreneurs you
application or remediation know and their qualities. know and their type.

V. REMARKS

Reflect on your teaching and assess yourself as a teacher. Think about your students’ progress this week. What works? What else needs to be done to help the
VI. REFLECTION
students learn? Identify what help your instructional supervisors can provide for you so when you meet them, you can ask them relevant questions.
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?
GRADE 1 to 12 School Grade Level VI
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Learning Area EPP 6 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP & ICT
Teaching Dates and Time (WEEK 2) Quarter

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Objectives must be met over the week and connected to the curriculum standards. To meet the objectives necessary procedures must be followed and if needed, additional lessons,
I. OBJECTIVES exercises, and remedial activities may be done for developing content knowledge and competencies. These are assessed using Formative Assessment strategies. Valuing objectives
support the learning of content and competencies and enable children to find significance and joy in learning the lessons. Weekly objectives shall be derived from the curriculum guides.
A. Content Standard Demonstrates knowledge and skills that will lead to one becoming an ideal entrepreneur.
B. Performance Standard Sells products based on needs and demands.
C. Learning Competency/Objectives  Give ways on how to  Give two basic ways to  Make a simple product.  Make a business
Write the LC code for each. start own business. earn money. TLE6IE-0a-1.2 proposal of owned
 Identify the Buyer and  Identify steps or guide in simple product.
HOLIDAY Seller relations. making own simple TLE6IE-0a-1.2
products.
TLE6IE-0a-1.1  Plan a simple product.
TLE6IE-0a-1.2
Content is what the lesson is all about. It pertains to the subject matter that the teacher aims to teach in the CG, the content can be tackled in a week or two.
II. CONTENT AN IDEAL ENTREPRENEUR I CAN BE AN ENTREPRENEUR MY SIMPLE PRODUCT BUSINESS PROPOSAL

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages The Basics of Better Family ICT and Entrepreneurship ICT and Entrepreneurship ICT and Entrepreneurship
Living pp. 5-13 pp. 3 & 11-12 pp. 13 pp. 7

ICT and Entrepreneurship


pp. 2-3
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)portal
B. Other Learning Resource
These steps should be done across the week. Spread out the activities appropriately so that students will learn well. Always be guided by demonstration of learning by the students which
IV. PROCEDURES you can infer from formative assessment activities. Sustain learning systematically by providing students with multiple ways to learn new things, practice their learning, question their
learning processes, and draw conclusions about what they learned in relation to their life experiences and previous knowledge. Indicate the time allotment for each step.
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Review the Qualities and Types Review ways on how to start own Review ways, steps or guides to
presenting the new lesson of Entrepreneur. business & identify the Buyer and create their own product
Seller relations.
B. Establishing a purpose for the Motivate the child by presenting
lesson a K-W-L Chart about
Entrepreneur.
C. Presenting examples/Instances Ask the pupils where can they
of the new lesson find different entrepreneur.
D. Discussing new concepts and Discuss the Qualities of an ideal
practicing new skills # 1 entrepreneur and its types on pp.
3-6
E. Discussing new concepts and Discuss ways on how to start Group Work:
practicing new skills # 2 own business & identify the  Let the pupils identify
Buyer and Seller relations. On ways, steps or guides to
pages. TXT 5-13 & TXT 2-3 create their own
product. See page 11-
12
 Plan their own product.
See page 3.
 Report it in class.
F. Developing mastery Group Work: Make their own
(leads to Formative Assessment 3) simple product using available
ingredients in the community.
And report it in class.
See page 13
G. Finding practical application of Group Work:Make their own
concepts and skills in daily business proposal for their
living chosen product. See page 7 and
report it in class
H. Making generalizations and Let the pupils describe an ideal
abstractions about the lesson entrepreneur using manila paper
I. Evaluating learning Evaluate the products presented
by each group.
J. Additional activities for Research some successful
application or remediation Filipino Entrepreneurs.

VII. REMARKS

Reflect on your teaching and assess yourself as a teacher. Think about your students’ progress this week. What works? What else needs to be done to help the
VIII. REFLECTION
students learn? Identify what help your instructional supervisors can provide for you so when you meet them, you can ask them relevant questions.
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?
GRADE 1 to 12 School Grade Level VI
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Learning Area EPP 6 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP & ICT
Teaching Dates and Time (WEEK 3) Quarter

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Objectives must be met over the week and connected to the curriculum standards. To meet the objectives necessary procedures must be followed and if needed, additional lessons,
I. OBJECTIVES exercises, and remedial activities may be done for developing content knowledge and competencies. These are assessed using Formative Assessment strategies. Valuing objectives
support the learning of content and competencies and enable children to find significance and joy in learning the lessons. Weekly objectives shall be derived from the curriculum guides.
A. Content Standard Demonstrates knowledge and skills that will lead to one becoming an ideal entrepreneur.
B. Performance Standard Sells products based on needs and demands.
C. Learning  Give ways on how to  Identify steps or guide in  Make a simple product.  Make a business
Competency/Objectives start own business. making own simple TLE6IE-0a-1.2 proposal of owned
Write the LC code for each. products. simple product. SUMMATIVE TEST
TLE6IE-0a-1.1  Plan a simple product. TLE6IE-0a-1.2
TLE6IE-0a-1.2

Content is what the lesson is all about. It pertains to the subject matter that the teacher aims to teach in the CG, the content can be tackled in a week or two.
II. CONTENT AN IDEAL ENTREPRENEUR I CAN BE AN ENTREPRENEUR MY SIMPLE PRODUCT BUSINESS PROPOSAL

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages The Basics of Better Family ICT and Entrepreneurship ICT and Entrepreneurship ICT and Entrepreneurship
Living pp. 5-13 pp. 3 & 11-12 pp. 13 pp. 7

ICT and Entrepreneurship


pp. 2-3
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)portal
B. Other Learning Resource
These steps should be done across the week. Spread out the activities appropriately so that students will learn well. Always be guided by demonstration of learning by the students which
IV. PROCEDURES you can infer from formative assessment activities. Sustain learning systematically by providing students with multiple ways to learn new things, practice their learning, question their
learning processes, and draw conclusions about what they learned in relation to their life experiences and previous knowledge. Indicate the time allotment for each step.
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Review the Qualities and Types Review ways on how to start own Review ways, steps or guides to Did you enjoy doing your product
presenting the new lesson of Entrepreneur. business.. create their own product yesterday?
B. Establishing a purpose for the Motivate the child by presenting Can you create your product? What are the things you should How to be successful in creating
lesson a K-W-L Chart about having a remember before you do your your product?
business. product?
C. Presenting examples/Instances Ask the pupils where can they Show samples of different Present the procedures in Show a sample business
of the new lesson find different entrepreneur. products making the product. proposal.
D. Discussing new concepts and Discuss ways on how to start Group Work: Group Work: Let the pupils say something
practicing new skills # 1 own business on pages. TXT 5-  Let the pupils identify  Let the pupils create about the proposal presented.
E. Discussing new concepts and 13 & TXT 2-3 ways, steps or guides to their own product. See Group Work:Make their own
practicing new skills # 2 create their own page 7-10 business proposal for their
product. See page 11- chosen product. See page 7 and
12 report it in class
 Plan their own product.
See page 3.
Report it in class.
F. Developing mastery How can you start your own What are the things you should Did you able to make your Let the pupils describe an ideal
(leads to Formative Assessment 3) business? consider when planning a product? entrepreneur using manila paper
product?
G. Finding practical application of Why do you start your business Why is planning in creating a How do you apply what you have
concepts and skills in daily to help your family? product important? learned in your daily living?
living
H. Making generalizations and How can you start your own What are the things you should How to be successful in creating How will you able to make a
abstractions about the lesson business? What are the things consider when planning a your product? good business proposal?
you should remember? product to sell?
I. Evaluating learning True or False: Think of a product you want to Evaluate pupils’ product through Evaluate pupils’ business
1.In deciding what type of create to sell. Make a plan about a Rubrics. proposals using a rubric.
business to get into, it might be it.
good to start with a hobby or
interest.
2.Whatever you decide on, you
have to remember to keep your
costs down while maintaining the
quality of your product.
3-5.
J. Additional activities for Bring the materials you’ll need in
application or remediation creating your product tomorrow.

V. REMARKS

Reflect on your teaching and assess yourself as a teacher. Think about your students’ progress this week. What works? What else needs to be done to help the
VI. REFLECTION
students learn? Identify what help your instructional supervisors can provide for you so when you meet them, you can ask them relevant questions.
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?
School Grade Six
Detailed Teacher Learning Area EPP
Lesson Plan Time Quarter
Date Week 4 Curriculum K to12

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards Demonstrates knowledge and skills in the safe and responsible use of wikis, blogs, and audio and video conferencing tools

B. Performance Standards Practices safe and responsible use of wikis, blogs, and audio and video conferencing tools

C. Learning Posts and shares materials on Posts and shares materials on Participates in video and audio Explains the advantages and
Competencies/Objectives wikis in a safe and responsible blogs in a safe and responsible conferences in a safe and disadvantages of using online tools
HOLIDAY manner manner responsible manner to gather data

II. CONTENT
Safe and responsible use of ICT Safe and responsible use of ICT Safe and responsible use of ICT Safe and responsible use of ICT

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guides TLE6IE-0c-5 TLE6IE-0c-6 TLE6IE-0d-7 TLE6IE-0d-8

2. Learner’s Material pages

3. Textbook Pages

4. Additional Reference
from Learning Resource
B. Other Learning https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com
Resources Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Review about the previous How to post and share materials How to post and share materials How do you participate in video
lesson or presenting the knowledge of pupils regarding ICT on wikis in a safe and responsible on blogs in a safe and responsible and audio conferences in a safe
new lesson manner? manner? and responsible manner?

B. Establishing a purpose for How do you show responsibility in How do you show responsibility in How do you show responsibility in How do you show responsibility in
the lesson using ICT? using ICT? using ICT? using ICT?
C. Presenting Today, we will going to discuss Today, we will going to discuss Today, we will going to discuss Today, we will going to explain
examples/instances of the how to post and share materials on how to post and share materials on how to participate in video and the advantages and disadvantages
new lesson wikis in a safe and responsible blogs in a safe and responsible audio conferences in a safe and of using online tools to gather data
manner. manner. responsible manner.

D. Discussing new concepts Ask pupils prior knowledge using Ask pupils prior knowledge using Ask pupils prior knowledge using Ask pupils prior knowledge using
and practicing new skill #1 the K-W-L chart the K-W-L chart the K-W-L chart the K-W-L chart

E. Discussing new concepts Identify the ways on how to post Identify the ways on how to post Identify the ways on how to how to Identify and explain the advantages
and practicing new skill #2 and share materials on wikis in a and share materials on blogs in a participate in video and audio and disadvantages of using online
safe and responsible manner. safe and responsible manner. conferences in a safe and tools to gather data.
responsible manner.
Discussions Discussions Discussions
Discussions
F. Developing mastery (Leads What are the ways on how to post What are the ways on how to post How to participate in video and Whatare the advantages and
to Formative Assessment) and share materials on wikis in a and share materials on blogs in a audio conferences in a safe and disadvantages of using online tools
safe and responsible manner? safe and responsible manner? responsible manner? to gather data?

G. Finding practical
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations and Wikis can be accessed in a tap of a Different topics can be discussed We should be careful in using Using communication technology is
abstractions about the finger or a click of a mouse. Having on blogs. But like any other ICT, video and audio conference tool. one of the best gifts in our present
lesson these in mind, a responsible author safe and responsible usage of We should use this tool in a safe days. We can now communicate
may pertain to the practices listed blogs is highly encouraged. and responsible manner for our easily to everyone, wherever they
above to make sure that his wiki is Respecting other ideas and own good and others. are or wherever we are. We can
adhering to its main purpose: “To opinions is a basic rule in get all the information and data we
share factual and truthful communication, especially in the need. We can also gather data that
information that is founded on the online world. we need in our research using
idea of collaborative trust”. online tools. But using online tools
in data gathering has its
advantages and disadvantages. It’s
better to know the pros and cons of
using it for us to really maximize it.
I. Evaluating learning True or False. / or x Yes or No. Advantage or Disadvantage.
1. Wikis are available to anyone
who has an access to the Internet, 1. The blogger is responsible for all 1. It is cheaper
make sure that your articles are his posts in his blog. He should 1. Ask permission when joining in 2. Easier to gather data
well written and well researched. always consider the implications video and audio conferences. It is 3. Unreliable responses
You must also get your information of a post. He should also basic in entering a conversation. It 4. Limited interaction
from reliable sources only. consider the effects of it to is a show of respect. between the respondents
2. In writing a wiki, a topic must be others; whether it can help or it and the interviewer
placed in its proper category to can devastate others. 2. Sending a spam or letting 5. Flexible design of a
allow readers to search it easily. 2. The blogger should always be anyone use your account to send questionnaire
Wikis tend to change over time, so respectful. He should not insult spam to others is not allowed
arranging them chronologically is other bloggers as well as his
not necessary. readers. 3-5.
3-5. 3. -5.

J. Additional activities for


application or remediation

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
1. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
2. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
3. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson.
4. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
5. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
6. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?

7. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?
School Grade Six
Detailed Teacher Learning Area EPP
Lesson Plan Time Quarter
Date Week 5 Curriculum K to12

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES
D. Content Standards Demonstrates knowledge and skills in using online survey tools

E. Performance Standards Conducts a survey using online tools

F. Learning Explains the advantages of Explains the disadvantages of Creates an online survey form Creates an online survey form Summative Test
Competencies/Objectives using online tools to gather using online tools to gather data
Write the LC code for each data

II. CONTENT Gathering and organizing Gathering and organizing Gathering and organizing Gathering and organizing
informationusing ICT informationusing ICT informationusing ICT informationusing ICT
TLE6IE-0d-8 TLE6IE-0d-8 TLE6IE-0e-9 TLE6IE-0e-9

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


C. References
5. Teacher’s Guides
6. Learner’s Material pages
7. Textbook Pages
8. Additional Reference
from Learning Resource
D. Other Learning https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com
Resources Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation

IV. PROCEDURES
K. Reviewing previous How do you participate in What are the advantages of What are the disadvantages of What are the steps in creating an
lesson or presenting the video and audio conferences using online tools to gather data? using online tools to gather data? online survey form using google
new lesson in a safe and responsible forms?
manner?
L. Establishing a purpose for How do you show If there are advantages, are What is an online survey? Can you create your own online
the lesson responsibility in using ICT? there also disadvantages of survey form?
using online tools to gather data?
M. Presenting Today, we will going to Today, we will going to explain Today, we will going to study Today you will going to create an
examples/instances of the explain the advantages of the disadvantages of using online how to create an online survey. online survey using Google forms.
new lesson using online tools to gather tools to gather data
data

N. Discussing new concepts Ask pupils prior knowledge Ask pupils prior knowledge using Online survey form is a Group the pupils.
and practicing new skill #1 using the K-W-L chart the K-W-L chart questionnaire that you can use to Dicus the steps in creating survey
gather data over the internet. It is form using Google forms.
very cheap for the part of the
researcher, one whose doing data
gathering, and it is very accessible
for the part of those who will
answer the survey.

O. Discussing new concepts Identify and explain the Identify and explain the Discuss the ways on how to create
and practicing new skill #2 advantages of using online disadvantages of using online tools an online survey form.
tools to gather data. to gather data.

Discussions Discussions Discussions

P. Developing mastery (Leads What are the advantages of What are the advantages of using What arethe steps in creating an Pupils will create their online
to Formative Assessment) using online tools to gather online tools to gather data? online survey form? survey forms.
data?

Q. Finding practical
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living

R. Making generalizations and Using communication Using communication technology is To create an online survey form, Will you able to create your online
abstractions about the technology is one of the best one of the best gifts in our present first you should have an online survey forms?
lesson gifts in our present days. We days. We can now communicate survey tool.
can now communicate easily easily to everyone, wherever they Creating an online survey form is
to everyone, wherever they are or wherever we are. We can very easy. You will find it very
are or wherever we are. We get all the information and data we useful in gathering data. The
can get all the information and need. We can also gather data that challenge is to convince
data we need. We can also we need in our research using respondents to complete the online
gather data that we need in online tools. But using online tools survey form, but you can always
our research using online in data gathering has also its a explain and put a disclaimer to let
tools. But using online tools in disadvantages. It’s better to know the respondents know about the
data gathering has its the pros and cons of using it for us importance of your survey, as well
advantages. to really maximize it. as their rights and privacy. Just
remember to use information
technology such as online survey
form responsibly.

S. Evaluating learning Cite 5 advatages of using True or False. What are the steps in creating an Evaluate pupils output using a
online tools to gather data . 6. It is cheaper online survey form using google rubric.
7. Easier to gather data forms?
8. Unreliable responses
9. Limited interaction between the
respondentsand the interviewer
10.Flexible design of a
questionnaire.

T. Additional activities for


application or remediation

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
8. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
9. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
10. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson.
11. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
12. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
13. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?

14. What innovation or


localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?
School Grade Six
Detailed Teacher Learning Area EPP
Lesson Plan Time Quarter
Date Week 6 Curriculum K to12

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards Demonstrates knowledge and skills in using online survey tools Demonstrates knowledge and skills in performing advanced calculations on numerical data
using an electronic spreadsheet tool

B. Performance Standards Conducts a survey using online tools Processes and summarizes numerical data using advanced functions and formulas in an
electronic spreadsheet tool

C. Learning Disseminates an online survey form Process an online survey data Uses functions and formulas in an Uses functions and formulas in Uses functions and formulas in
Competencies/Objectives TLE6IE-0e-10 TLE6IE-0e-11 electronic spreadsheet tool to an electronic spreadsheet tool to an electronic spreadsheet tool
perform advanced calculations perform advanced calculations to perform advanced
onnumerical data onnumerical data calculations onnumerical data
TLE6IE-0f-12 data TLE6IE-0f-12
TLE6IE-0f-12

II. CONTENT Gathering and organizing information Gathering and organizing Analyzing information using Analyzing information using Analyzing information using
using ICT information using ICT ICT ICT ICT

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guides

2. Learner’s Material pages

3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Reference
from Learning Resource
B. Other Learning https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com
Resources Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson What is an online survey? How to disseminate an online How to process an online survey What are the functions in an What are the formulas in an
or presenting the new survey? data? electronic spreadsheet? electronic spreadsheet?
lesson
B. Establishing a purpose for Why are formulas created?
the lesson
C. Presenting After producing an online survey Today, you will learn how to Today, you will learn about What are the functions in Today you will going to
examples/instances of the form, what is the next step you have process an online survey data. spreadsheet and Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Excel? perform calculations with
new lesson to ensure? functions.
D. Discussing new concepts Identify the steps in disseminating an From the data summary provided Discuss the following: Define what is function. Go over with the functions
and practicing new skill #1 online survey. by the online survey tool, it would 1. Spreadsheet program Identify its elements. already discussed.
be easy to analyze it. Here are 2. Microsoft excel Give examples of fuctions.
some points to remember in
analyzing the survey data.
E. Discussing new concepts Discuus each step. Discuss each point. Discuss what are formulas and Discussions. Give each pupils task to
and practicing new skill #2 Sharing ideas. examples of it. perform using the
spreadsheet.
F. Developing mastery (Leads What is the purpose of a survey if it How to process an online survey What is an spreadsheet program? What is a function? Compare the monthly salaries
to Formative Assessment) will not be disseminated? data? What are the formulas in Microsoft What are its elements? paid by Company A with those
Excel? paid by Company B. Find the
sum and average of salaries
for each company using
Microsoft Excel’s functions and
formulas.
G. Finding practical How do spreadsheet makes
applications of concepts our work easier?
and skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations and Disseminating form is just very easy. A summary of the responses will Spreadsheet program processes Functions are ready-made
abstractions about the The challenge, however, is to make show you the number of responses and carries out calculations on the formulas that perform a series of
lesson respondents commit to answer and to the survey and the results for data entered by the user. operations on a specific range of
complete your survey. They have to every question. It will also provide Microsoft Excel is one of the values. For example, to
be convinced to take part of the you the percentage of each most powerful and most popular determine the sum of a series of
development of the research or the question. Aside from that, this will electronic spreadsheet tool numbers in cells A1 through H1,
study. give you a summary in a form of available. It offers unmatched you can enter the function
different graphs, like a bar graph, spreadsheet, database, and chart =SUM(A1:H1), instead of
line graph and pie graph that you creation abilities all rolled into one entering =A1+B1+C1+ and so
can also use to support your data software application. on.
analysis and results.
Every function consists of the
following three elements:

1. The = sign indicates


that what follows is a
function.
2. The function name
indicates the operation
that will be performed.
3. The argument indicates
the cell address of the
values that the function
will act on. The
argument is often a
range of cells, but it can
be much more complex.

I. Evaluating learning What are the ways/ steps in / or x. What is spreadsheet program? Using Microsoft Excel
disseminating a google online survey 1. Look for the number of What arethe different formulas in functions:
form? respondents who Microsoft Excel? Give examples.
completed the survey. =AVERAGE: Calculates the
2. Filter the data by mean or average of group of
subgroup, for example, numbers
check a specific age
group responded to your =SUM: Adds the values and
survey. calculates the total in a range
3-5. of cells

J. Additional activities for


application or remediation
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
1. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
2. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
3. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson.
4. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
5. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
6. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
7. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?
School Grade Six
Detailed Teacher Learning Area EPP
Lesson Plan Time Quarter
Date Week 7 Curriculum K to12

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES
D. Content Standards Demonstrates knowledge and skills in using audio, video conferencing tools, and e-group

E. Performance Standards Communicates and collaborates online through audio, video conferencing, and e-group

F. Learning Uses audio and video conferencing Uses audio and video conferencing Uses audio and video Uses audio and video Uses audio and video
Competencies/Objectives tools to share ideas and work with tools to share ideas and work with conferencing tools to share ideas conferencing tools to share ideas conferencing tools to share
others online others online and work with others online and work with others online ideas and work with others
Identify Video conferencing software Identify Audio and Video The Video Conferencing Video Conferencing using Skype online
TLE6IE-0g-13 conferencing guidelines Webquest TLE6IE-0g-13 TLE6IE-0g-13
TLE6IE-0g-13 TLE6IE-0g-13

II. CONTENT Communicating and Collaborating Communicating and Collaborating Communicating and Collaborating Communicating and Communicating and
using ICT using ICT using ICT Collaborating using ICT Collaborating using ICT

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


C. References
5. Teacher’s Guides

6. Learner’s Material pages

7. Textbook Pages
8. Additional Reference
from Learning Resource
D. Other Learning https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com
Resources Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation
IV. PROCEDURES
K. Reviewing previous lesson What are the formulas in an What are the different audio and What are the different audio and Describe video conferencing in Summative Test
or presenting the new electronic spreadsheet? video conferencing software? video conferencing guidelines? webquest.
lesson
L. Establishing a purpose for What is video and audio conference?
the lesson
M. Presenting Today, you will the audio and video Today, you will learn the video Who is familiar with skype
examples/instances of the conferencing guidelines conferencing webquest application?
new lesson
N. Discussing new concepts Define audio and video conference. Identify the guidelines to follow What do you know about Share prior knowledge in using
and practicing new skill #1 before, during and after a Webquest? skype
conference.
Use the K-W-L chart
O. Discussing new concepts Identify Video conferencing software Discuss each guidelines. Discuss the video conferencing Discussions.
and practicing new skill #2 Discussions. Sharing of ideas. webquest
P. Developing mastery (Leads What are the different video What are the guidelines to follow What is video conferencing What is skype?
to Formative Assessment) conferencing software?? before, during and after a webquest?
conference?
Q. Finding practical
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living
R. Making generalizations and Audio and video conference are For effective audio and video Webquest is an inquiry-oriented There are many audio and video
abstractions about the conferences using phones and/ or conferencing, the guidelines must activity, using Internet resources, conference tools you can use,
lesson computers. Skype, ooVoo and be followed. which encourages pupils and but Skype is one of the
Google Hangouts are examples of students to use higher order commonly used tools in terms of
these. thinking skills to solve a problem. video conference. It is also one
Here, you are provided with online of the most reliable and easy to
resources and use this use. Just remember the
information constructively to solve responsible way of using Skype
the presented problem rather than and any other communication
just cutting and pasting material technology. Use communication
into an assignment or project. technology to promote the rights
of others and not maliciously.
Use communication technology
to enhance our lives and our
communication with others.
S. Evaluating learning Identify the following: List down some guidelines to follow Now, create a simple Webquest in Create your own skype account.
your blogger account with the title
1. It is a conference using 1. Before " Video Conferencing in the
phones only. 2. During Classroom”.
2. It is a conference using 3. After the conference
computers with video.
3. It is the most popular voice
and chat application.
4. It offers video calls up to 10
friends.
5. It allows free video
conference upto 12 users.
T. Additional activities for
application or remediation
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
8. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
9. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
10. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson.
11. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
12. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
13. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
14. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?
School Grade Six
Detailed Teacher Learning Area EPP
Lesson Plan Time Quarter
Date Week 8 Curriculum K to12

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES
G. Content Standards Demonstrates knowledge and skills in using audio, video conferencing tools, and e-group

H. Performance Standards Communicates and collaborates online through audio, video conferencing, and e-group

I. Learning Uses audio and video conferencing Uses audio and video conferencing Uses audio and video Uses audio and video Uses audio and video
Competencies/Objectives tools to share ideas and work with tools to share ideas and work with conferencing tools to share ideas conferencing tools to share ideas conferencing tools to share
others online others online and work with others online and work with others online ideas and work with others
TLE6IE-0g-13 TLE6IE-0g-13 TLE6IE-0g-13 TLE6IE-0g-13 online
TLE6IE-0g-13

II. CONTENT Communicating and Collaborating Communicating and Collaborating Communicating and Collaborating Communicating and Communicating and
using ICT using ICT using ICT Collaborating using ICT Collaborating using ICT

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


E. References
9. Teacher’s Guides

10. Learner’s Material pages

11. Textbook Pages


12. Additional Reference
from Learning Resource
F. Other Learning https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com
Resources Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation
IV. PROCEDURES
U. Reviewing previous lesson What are the formulas in an What are the different audio and What are the different audio and Describe video conferencing in What are the things we’ve
or presenting the new electronic spreadsheet? video conferencing software? video conferencing guidelines? webquest. learned this week?
lesson
V. Establishing a purpose for What is video and audio conference?
the lesson
W. Presenting Today, you will the audio and video Today, you will learn the video Who is familiar with skype
examples/instances of the conferencing guidelines conferencing webquest application?
new lesson
X. Discussing new concepts Define audio and video conference. Identify the guidelines to follow What do you know about Share prior knowledge in using Pupils will be grouped into 4.
and practicing new skill #1 before, during and after a Webquest? skype Each group will discussed
conference. what have they learned from
Use the K-W-L chart the previous days.
Y. Discussing new concepts Identify Video conferencing software Discuss each guidelines. Discuss the video conferencing Discussions. Discussions.
and practicing new skill #2 Discussions. Sharing of ideas. webquest
Z. Developing mastery (Leads What are the different video What are the guidelines to follow What is video conferencing What is skype?
to Formative Assessment) conferencing software?? before, during and after a webquest?
conference?
AA. Finding practical
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living
BB. Making generalizations and Audio and video conference are For effective audio and video Webquest is an inquiry-oriented There are many audio and video
abstractions about the conferences using phones and/ or conferencing, the guidelines must activity, using Internet resources, conference tools you can use,
lesson computers. Skype, ooVoo and be followed. which encourages pupils and but Skype is one of the
Google Hangouts are examples of students to use higher order commonly used tools in terms of
these. thinking skills to solve a problem. video conference.
CC. Evaluating learning Identify the differenet video List down some guidelines to follow Now, create a simple Webquest in Create your own skype account. Application of what had
conferencing softwares. your blogger account with the title learned
4. Before " Video Conferencing in the
5. During Classroom”.
6. After the conference
DD. Additional activities for
application or remediation
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
15. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
16. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
17. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson.
18. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
19. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
20. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
21. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?
School Grade Six
Detailed Teacher Learning Area EPP
Lesson Plan Time Quarter
Date Week 9 Curriculum K to12

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES
J. Content Standards Demonstrates knowledge and skills to create knowledge products

K. Performance Standards Creates a multimedia knowledge product

L. Learning Uses the advanced features of a Uses the advanced features of a Uses the advanced features of a Uses the advanced features of a Uses the advanced features of
Competencies/Objectives slide presentation tool to create a slide presentation tool to create a slide presentation tool to create a slide presentation tool to create a a slide presentation tool to
multimedia presentation with text, multimedia presentation with text, multimedia presentation with text, multimedia presentation with create a multimedia
graphics, and photos; hyperlinked graphics, and photos; hyperlinked graphics, and photos; hyperlinked text, graphics, and photos; presentation with text,
elements; animation; and embedded elements; animation; and elements; animation; and hyperlinked elements; animation; graphics, and photos;
audio and/or video embedded audio and/or video embedded audio and/or video and embedded audio and/or hyperlinked elements;
TLE6IE-0i-15 TLE6IE-0i-15 TLE6IE-0i-15 video animation; and embedded
TLE6IE-0i-15 audio and/or video
TLE6IE-0i-15
II. CONTENT Creating knowledge products Creating knowledge products Creating knowledge products Creating knowledge products Creating knowledge products

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


G. References
13. Teacher’s Guides

14. Learner’s Material pages

15. Textbook Pages


16. Additional Reference
from Learning Resource
H. Other Learning https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com
Resources Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation
IV. PROCEDURES
EE. Reviewing previous Who are familiar with power point? How do we add text to a slide? How to add graphics and images Describe video conferencing in What are the things we’ve
lesson or presenting the in a slide presentation? webquest. learned this week?
new lesson
FF. Establishing a purpose for What is the use of powerpoint?
the lesson
GG. Presenting Today, you will learn how to add Today, you will learn how to Today, you will learn how to add Today, you will learn how to
examples/instances of the graphics and images hyperlinked animations on the slide add audio and videos in slide
new lesson
HH. Discussing new concepts Usethe KWL chart about power Ask pupils prior knowledge about Ask pupils prior knowledge about Ask pupils prior knowledge about Ask pupils prior knowledge
and practicing new skill #1 point presentation. the lesson the lesson the lesson about the lesson

II. Discussing new concepts Discussions. Discussions. Discussions. Discussions. Discussions.


and practicing new skill #2 Discuss and show how toadd text in Discuss and show how toadd Discuss and show how to Discuss and show how to add Discuss and show how to
a slide presentation. graphics and images in a slide hyperlinked animations on a slide embed audio and video
presentation.
JJ. Developing mastery (Leads What is powerpoint? How to add graphics and images How to hyperlinked? How to add animations on a How to embed audio and
to Formative Assessment) How do we add text to a slide? in a slide presentation? slide? video?
KK. Finding practical
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living
LL. Making generalizations and How to add graphics and images in How to hyperlinked? How to add animations on a How to embed audio and
abstractions about the a slide presentation? slide? video?
lesson
MM. Evaluating learning How do we add text to a slide? How to add graphics and images in Discuss how to hyperlinked? Explain how to add animations Describe how to embed audio
a slide presentation? on a slide? and video?

NN. Additional activities for Pratical Test Pratical Test Pratical Test Pratical Test Pratical Test
application or remediation
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
22. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
23. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
24. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson.
25. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
26. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
27. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
28. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?
School Grade Six
Detailed Teacher Learning Area EPP
Lesson Plan Time Quarter
Date Week 10- August 7-11, 2017 Curriculum K to12

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


I. OBJECTIVES August 7, 2017 August 8, 2017 August 9, 2017 August 10, 2017 August 11, 2017
M. Content Standards Demonstrates knowledge and skills to create knowledge products

N. Performance Standards Creates a multimedia knowledge product

O. Learning Uses the moviemaking software to Uses the moviemaking software to Uses the moviemaking software to Uses the moviemaking software Uses the moviemaking
Competencies/Objectives create a multimedia presentation create a multimedia presentation create a multimedia presentation to create a multimedia software to create a
TLE6IE-0j-16 TLE6IE-0j-16 TLE6IE-0j-16 presentation multimedia presentation
TLE6IE-0j-16 TLE6IE-0j-16

II. CONTENT Creating a Multimedia Presentation Creating a Multimedia Presentation Creating a Multimedia Presentation First Quarterly Test First Quarterly Test
using the Movie Making Software using the Movie Making Software using the Movie Making Software

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


I. References
17. Teacher’s Guides

18. Learner’s Material pages

19. Textbook Pages


20. Additional Reference
from Learning Resource
J. Other Learning https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com https://link.quipper.com
Resources Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation Powerpoint Presentation
IV. PROCEDURES
OO. Reviewing previous Review of the previous lesson Review of the previous lesson Review of the previous lesson
lesson or presenting the
new lesson
PP. Establishing a purpose for What is the use of powerpoint?
the lesson
QQ. Presenting Show an example of video made Today, you will learn how to make Continuation of yesterday’s task
examples/instances of the from movie maker. a presentation using a
new lesson moviemaker.
RR. Discussing new concepts Usethe KWL chart Windows movie
and practicing new skill #1 Maker

SS. Discussing new concepts Show the movie maker and ask the Discussions.
and practicing new skill #2 pupils to tell something about learn how to make a presentation
it.Discussions. using a moviemaker.

TT. Developing mastery (Leads What is Movie maker? How to learn how to make a
to Formative Assessment) presentation using a moviemaker.?
UU. Finding practical
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living
VV. Making generalizations and Using computer applications in learn how to make a presentation Multimedia presentations aid in
abstractions about the creating presentations is helpful to using a moviemaker? better topic demonstration. This
lesson even make it more exciting. Aside opens up new avenues in sharing
from using the usual presentation ideas to an audience that is more
software, a presentation be stimulating than the usual slide
converted into a multimedia
equivalent by using a moviemaking
software.
WW. Evaluating learning What are the features of Movie How to learn how to make a Pratical Test
maker? presentation using a moviemaker?
XX. Additional activities for Pratical Test
application or remediation
V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
29. No. of learners who earned
80% on the formative
assessment
30. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
31. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson.
32. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
33. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
34. What difficulties did I
encounter which my
principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
35. What innovation or
localized materials did I
use/discover which I wish
to share with other
teachers?
A wiki is a collaborative website that is intended to be repository of information on a vast range of topics that is
maintained by multiple authors and sources. The term “wiki” came from the Hawaiian term “wiki-wiki”, which
means “quick”. In contrast to a blog (which can only be modified or deleted by a single author), wikis can be
edited, modified or deleted by anyone who has access to it.

Considering that a wiki is susceptible to fraud and misleading information, it is the responsibility of an author to
make sure that any data posted on a wiki is a fact and is undoubtedly real. All wiki sites are founded on the idea
of “collaborative trust”, which states the notion that an author would not include contents that are incorrect and
misleading.

To make sure that only true and reliable information is posted, an author must observe the following practices:

1. Wikis are available to anyone who has an access to the Internet, make sure that your articles are well
written and well researched. You must also get your information from reliable sources only.
2. In writing a wiki, a topic must be placed in its proper category to allow readers to search it easily. Wikis
tend to change over time, so arranging them chronologically is not necessary.
3. Use the simplest terms as possible. Avoid using words that are too technical that might confuse the
reader even more. Remember that they are reading your article to gain information, not to be puzzled.
4. When writing, observe the proper use of words. Do not include terms that seem offensive and
derogatory to anyone. Personal opinions are also discouraged in writing a wiki, for this may reduce the
integrity of your article.
5. Do not include any material that is considered confidential. These information includes those that
involve the national security and even the personal security of an individual or a group.
6. In editing a document or article, make sure that you are adding up the correct information. Including
incorrect information in an article may cause confusion to the readers. This will also affect the credibility
of the wiki, as well as your credibility as an author.
7. Do not engage in article vandalism; an act of intentionally posting erroneous articles.
8. As an author, you must be open to any criticism and correction as long as these are intended to
enhance the contents of your article.

There is no doubt that the wide spread of use of the Internet gave way to faster sharing and delivering of
information across the globe. Wikis can be accessed in a tap of a finger or a click of a mouse. Having these in
mind, a responsible author may pertain to the practices listed above to make sure that his wiki is adhering to its
main purpose: “To share factual and truthful information that is founded on the idea of collaborative trust”.

Blog came from the word web log. It is a series of entries or posts on a website. In our time, there has been a
great development on blogs. It is now designed to be more interactive where the blogger (the one who owns a
blog) can have a discussion with his/her readers. Readers can leave their comments and they can also leave a
link of other blogs to further the discussion. In this way, communications advances and ideas flourishes.

Everyone can have a blog. For a beginner, it can be used as an online site where individuals can focus on a
specific topic, for example, a blog containing a series of experience of a student (student’s life blog) or a blog
containing articles about food in the Philippines (food blog). Different topics can be discussed on blogs. But like
any other ICT, safe and responsible usage of blogs is highly encouraged. Respecting other ideas and opinions is
a basic rule in communication, especially in the online world.
Listed below are reminders in safe and responsible posting and sharing materials on blogs.

4. The blogger is responsible for all his posts in his blog. He should always consider the implications of a
post. He should also consider the effects of it to others; whether it can help or it can devastate others.
5. The blogger should always be respectful. He should not insult other bloggers as well as his readers.
One thing that blogging contributes to communication is its venue to have a fruitful discussion of any
topics so he should maintain that objective. Also, it is not polite to insult others because of one’s race,
disabilities, gender or class.
6. The blogger should provide his readers valuable information. He should therefore, check the facts, of
whatever topics he is discussing. Readers read blogs for entertainment, but bloggers must provide a
valuable information while entertaining the readers. He should also remember that writing is a
responsibility.
7. To avoid misinterpretations about opinions and ideas, the blogger should explain things in-context.
Context is the situation of an experience or event. It is the situation that precedes the blog post.
8. Citation of sources is one of the important reminders of being a responsible of blogger. The blogger
should give credit to those whose credits are due, for example, if he posts images that are not his, he
should acknowledge where it came from or who owns it. Failure to cite any of his sources is a form of
stealing, and it is very unethical.

Hope this list will guide you to a safe and responsible manner of blogging. Enjoy blogging!

Audio and video conference is a conference between two or more people over the internet. It is commonly used
to supplement face to face meetings. It can be used for business meetings, class meetings, talking to friends and
relatives in another location. Skype is an example of an audio and video conference tool.

We should be careful in using video and audio conference tool. We should use this tool in a safe and responsible
manner for our own good and others. We listed below some reminders in participating in video and audio
conferences.

1. Ask permission when joining in video and audio conferences. It is basic in entering a conversation. It is
a show of respect.
2. Sending a spam or letting anyone use your account to send spam to others is not allowed. Usually
spam is a message regarding advertisement of dubious products and dubious scheme on how to get
rich etcetera. Sending a spam message is not respecting others’ privacy. Also, spams are used for theft
and some other money generating purposes.
3. Avoid uploading or downloading inappropriate images that will cause harm to others especially to
children. Communication technology is created and developed to give convenience to users and not the
other way around.
4. Do not send a virus. The virus can cause harm to computer. Some viruses can erase all your files and
can cause great damage in the computer.
5. Be respectful. When talking to anyone via internet, always be careful with your words. Don’t insult
others and respect other’s opinion. Also, do not transmit any content that is threatening, unlawful,
libelous and abusive.
6. Always try to give a smart and concise answer. When using a video and audio conference tool in a
meeting, act like as if it is a real face-to -ace meeting. Direct to the point answer is the key to every
meeting.
7. Do not talk to others while having a video and audio conference. It would cause confusion to the other
party of the conference.
8. Do not leave the conference without permission from others. It would be unpleasant if you leave the
conference without bidding goodbye.

Using communication technology is one of the best gifts in our present days. We can now communicate easily to
everyone, wherever they are or wherever we are. We can get all the information and data we need. We can also
gather data that we need in our research using online tools. But using online tools in data gathering has its
advantages and disadvantages. It’s better to know the pros and cons of using it for us to really maximize it.

Here are the advantages and disadvantages of using online tools to gather data.

Advantages:

1) It is cheaper

Using online tools to gather data is much cheaper than conducting a real interview and survey. All you have to do
is to create an online survey form and send it out to your respondents. You just have to talk to all your
respondents (online) to answer and complete the survey form.

2) Easier to gather data

Because of the internet that can connect to a vast number of people, you can just get the data that you need in a
span of a few days. For example, if you need a hundred respondents, it is faster to conduct a survey and get
their answers online than conducting a real survey work. And the respondent's answer will be automatically
stored in an online database tool.

3) Significant number of respondents


It is convenient for the respondents to answer the questionnaires so a significant number of data will be collected
using online tools.

4) Flexible design of a questionnaire

Online survey tools have a flexible design that can cater a simple or complex survey form. Complex type of
survey form can be easily created over the internet and respondents can answer it easily too.

Disadvantages:

1) Limited types of respondents

Respondents must have an internet connection in order to answer the survey or questionnaire. The online survey
tools cannot reach those who don’t have the luxury of having an internet connection nor a computer.

2) Limited interaction between the respondents and the interviewer

The interviewer in online tools is not present. The questions are not designed to have follow up questions and it
can’t explore the respondent's answer.

3) Unreliable responses

It is the heaviest disadvantage of using online tools to gather data. Because of the absence of a physical
interviewer, respondents can just answer the questions without thinking if their answer will contribute to the
study.

Online survey form is a questionnaire that you can use to gather data over the internet. It is very cheap for the
part of the researcher, one whose doing data gathering, and it is very accessible for the part of those who will
answer the survey. Online survey forms are usually used by businesses. They use it to gather more data from
their customers. They use it to know the reaction of the customers in their products. Sometimes it is used to
gather data for an educational research and it is a great help for researches.

To create an online survey form, first you should have an online survey tool. There are so many online survey
tools, but in this case, we will learn how to create an online survey form using Google forms.

Here are the steps to create an online survey form using Google forms.

1) Go to www.google.com. Click the tile in the upper right of the page.

2) Search for the forms. If you can’t find it on the first page, click even more from Google.

3) Search for Home & Office. Under this category, you’ll see Forms. Click Forms.

4) Log-in your Gmail account.

5) Answer all the required text fields. Your form must have a title and a short description of your survey form.

6) Place your question under the Question Title. Use your Help Text to explain how to answer the question
(example: Choose from 1-10, 1 for the lowest and 10 for the highest.)
7) Choose what type of question you want to ask. You can choose from Multiple choice, checkboxes, paragraph
text and other types of questions.

8) Click Done if once you have completed writing your question.

9) Click Add item to add a question in your survey form.

10) Once done, you can already send the form to people you wish to ask questions from. Click Send form.

11) You can choose the way you want to send your online survey form. You can send the link of your online
survey form or you can send it via social networking sites or you can just put the email addresses of those you
want to send your form to.

12) After you put the email addresses, click Send.

13) After you send the survey form, you will be asked where the responses are to be forwarded. Choose the new
spreadsheet. There is also an application which can analyze the data of your survey forms. Click Create if you’re
finished. You now have successfully created a survey form!

Creating an online survey form is very easy. You will find it very useful in gathering data. The challenge is to
convince respondents to complete the online survey form, but you can always explain and put a disclaimer to let
the respondents know about the importance of your survey, as well as their rights and privacy. Just remember to
use information technology such as online survey form responsibly.

At the end of this lesson, you should learn how to disseminates an online survey form.

It is easy to do an online survey form using Google forms. It only takes minutes to create it. It is likewise cheaper
than carrying a manual survey. There is no need to spend money for a field worker or for your fare to conduct a
house to house and office to office activity. A computer and an internet connection are only the things needed in
creating an online survey form. And in this manner, your can save energy and time can be utilized for other
bodily functions.

After producing an online survey form, the next step you have to ensure is to distribute it to others or to your
chosen respondents. What is the purpose of a survey if it will not be disseminated? Disseminating an online form
is very simple.

To distribute a google survey form, follow these steps:


1) After logging in to your gmail account and after entering all of the necessary questions in your online survey
form, click Send form.

2) You will see a box that contains choices on how to disseminate your survey form. The first choice is for you to
share a link of your created form. In doing so, copy the link and send it to your respondents. The other one is for
you to send your form via social networking site and the last one is for you to share your form by entering names
or email addresses of your respondents and it will be sent via email.

3) After choosing how to disseminate your form, click Done. And it will be sent to your respondents accordingly. If
you chose to email it, the email addresses that you added will receive an email about your form and your
respondents will answer it.

Disseminating form is just very easy. The challenge, however, is to make respondents commit to answer and
complete your survey. They have to be convinced to take part of the development of the research or the study.
Learn how to process an online survey data at the end of this lesson.

The survey is one of the essential components in research, specifically in data gathering. A survey is defined as
a general view, examination, or description of someone or something, and online survey is one of the many ways
to gather data. An online survey is a set of questions that target audience who can only complete the survey thru
the internet. These are usually created as web forms with a database where participants’ answers are
automatically stored and analyzed by a certain system that was set up based on the context of the survey.

This is an example of a questionnaire made in a google form (just one way of conducting an online survey).
A summary of the responses will show you the number of responses to the survey and the results for every
question. It will also provide you the percentage of each question. Aside from that, this will give you a summary in
a form of different graphs, like a bar graph, line graph and pie graph that you can also use to support your data
analysis and results.

From the data summary provided by the online survey tool, it would be easy to analyze it. Here are some points
to remember in analyzing the survey data.

1. Look for the number of respondents who completed the survey. The respondents who completed the
survey will serve as the baseline. Number of responses to a given question is called frequencies.
Examining the frequencies will draw the basic picture of the data.
2. Filter the data by subgroup, for example, check a specific age group responded to your survey. You can
draw an analysis based on their age bracket because their answers were influenced by their age. Find
the frequencies of an age group with a specific question. Example, the answer of teenagers are higher
in relation to the answer of late 20’s in terms of using chat button in social networking sites. It means
that chat button is commonly used by teenagers.
3. Use the longitudinal analysis or trend analysis if possible. Trend analysis is tracking how the responses
to specific questions change over time. Example, if in the year 2000 the answer to number 1 question
above is relatively lower than the survey conducted this year, we can say that usage of social media has
an upward trend through the years.
4. Compare the answers of your respondents to a specific question. You can also draw an analysis in this.
It says something about the topic you’re studying. In the example above, 2/3 of the respondents'
answered “3-5” when they asked “Ilang social networking site ang meron ka?”. It means that a
significant number of your respondents is active in using social networking sites, and it is an indication
that social networking sites are used to communicate and therefore it is effective in communication
development.
5. In an online survey tool, you can also see the completion rate of respondents. This data will gauge you
how your survey fits your respondents. It will not analyze your survey data per se, but it can analyze the
whole survey questionnaire.

There are many ways to analyze your survey data according to the study conducted. This list is just one of many
ways to analyze the data.

In this lesson, you will use function and formulas in an electronic spreadsheet tool to perform advanced
calculations on numerical data.

Spreadsheet program processes and carries out calculations on the data entered by the user. For example, a
computer model of a school’s budget might show that the school might run out of money before the end of the
term if it hires an extra teacher.

Microsoft Excel is one of the most powerful and most popular electronic spreadsheet tool available. It offers
unmatched spreadsheet, database, and chart creation abilities all rolled into one software application.
Spreadsheets are made up of columns and rows of numbers. Free alternatives include OpenOffice Calc and
Google Docs, which runs in a web browser.

**What is a Formula?

Worksheets use formulas to perform calculations on the data you enter. With formulas, you can perform
addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using the values contained in various cells.

Formulas typically consist of one or more cell addresses and/or values and a mathematical operator, such as +
(addition), - (subtraction), * (multiplication), and / (division). Every formula must begin with an equal sign (=).
Entering values with different mathematical operators is the same as entering formulas.
For example:
=(A1+A2+A3)/3
Solves for the average of the values in cells A1 through A3.

Performing Calculations with Functions

Functions are ready-made formulas that perform a series of operations on a specific range of values. For
example, to determine the sum of a series of numbers in cells A1 through H1, you can enter the function
=SUM(A1:H1), instead of entering =A1+B1+C1+ and so on.

Every function consists of the following three elements:

4. The = sign indicates that what follows is a function.


5. The function name (for example, SUM) indicates the operation that will be performed.
6. The argument (for example, A1:H1), indicates the cell address of the values that the function will act on.
The argument is often a range of cells, but it can be much more complex.

Examples:

=AVERAGE: Calculates the mean or average of group of numbers.

=SUM:Adds the values and calculates the total in a range of cells.

Try it!

Compare the monthly salaries paid by Company A with those paid by Company B. Find the sum and average of
salaries for each company using Microsoft Excel’s functions and formulas.
Try it! Solution

Using Microsoft Excel functions:

=AVERAGE: Calculates the mean or average of group of numbers

=SUM: Adds the values and calculates the total in a range of cells

Company A

 To get the total of salaries, enter the function =SUM(B2:B8)


 To get the average of salaries enter the function =AVERAGE(B2:B8)

Company B

 To get the total of salaries, enter the function =SUM(E2:E8)


 To get the average of salaries enter the function =AVERAGE(E2:E8)

The total salary for each company is Php 280,000 while the average salary for each company is Php 40,000.

Solve it another way!

Company A

 To get the total of salaries, enter the formula =B2+B3+B4+B5+B6+B7+B8


 To get the average of salaries, enter the formula =( B2+B3+B4+B5+B6+B7+B8)/7

Company B

 To get the total of salaries, enter the formula =E2+E3+E4+E5+E6+E7+E8


 To get the average of sales, enter the formula =( E2+E3+E4+E5+E6+E7+E8)/7

At the end of this lesson, you should be able to use audio and video conferencing tools to share ideas and work
with others online.

One of the audio and video conferencing tools is Skype. You can use skype to chat, to have an audio and video
conference with others. Video conferencing tools are commonly used to supplement face to face meetings. It can
be used with an internet connection. It is reliable because you can hold meetings whenever you need to and
wherever you are. It is also efficient to use Skype because you can do multiple things at the same time.

Video conference can also be used for personal reasons. Some family members that are far away can hold a
video conference with their families. In this case, it can ease the feeling of longing, of a family member for his
family.

When you have an assignment or a project and you don’t have enough time to meet face to face because of your
schedule, you can use skype to talk about your assignment or project. You can share your ideas and your
knowledge to your groupmates online.

In using Skype, your computer must have a camera and microphone. Here are the steps to hold an audio and
video conference using skype.

1) Make a Skype account. Go to www.skype.com and follow the necessary steps to have an account.

2) First, add the person you want to talk to. Click the People.
3) Click Add a contact. Look for the icon of the person with an addition sign to his upper right.

4) Type his/her Skype name or email address. And then the Skype will find him/her.

5) Click add to contacts.

6) And then send your request to the person you want to talk.

7) After you add him/her, you can click the video icon to have a video conference with him/her. Or you can just
call him/her by clicking the phone icon.

There are many audio and video conference tools you can use, but we focused on Skype here in our lesson
because it is one of the commonly used tools in terms of video conference. It is also one of the most reliable and
easy to use.

Tips

Just remember the responsible way of using Skype and any other communication technology. Use
communication technology to promote the rights of others and not maliciously. Use communication technology to
enhance our lives and our communication with others.

n this lesson, you will learn to use an e-group to share ideas and work with others.

An e-group can be defined as a group of persons or individuals who come together and communicate using or
thru the internet with the same goals and objectives to share ideas, different opinions, and experiences that can
be shared and get from each individual. There are different types and kinds of e-groups where you can choose
from, you just have to ensure that you have an existing email address as this is needed for you to be invited or to
make an e-group.

E-groups are very helpful to everybody like students and organizations to make their work and life easier by
simply communicating and sharing their thoughts with the group. One of the examples of an e-group is the
Yahoo Group. In this lesson, we will use Yahoo Groups to show how an e-group works. Let’s start to learn how to
post an idea to the Yahoo Group.

1. After logging in to your Yahoo mail, go to Groups.


2. If you want to share your ideas to another group, you can search the name of the group in the search
engine.

Here are the ways to post an idea to your yahoo group.

1. After clicking Groups, you will see the list of your yahoo groups. We will open the group SCDE1fagarcia.
2. You will see the group’s name (SCDE1fagarcia). Click the New Topic.
3. Once you see this interface, you can already start by writing the subject of your post. You can also
insert a poll in your post if you want to get their opinion via voting.
4. After writing your message, click Send. It will be sent to all the members of the group SCDE1fagarcia.

Here are the steps on how to reply to a conversation on your yahoo group.

1. Select the group’s name (SCDE1fagarcia). Click the conversation.


2. You will see the conversations posted in the group (SCDE1fagracia). Choose one of the messages that
you want to answer.
3. When you click one of the conversations, you will see the message. Click reply and type in your
message, hit send and wait for your group members’ reply.

Objective

At the end of this lesson, you should be able to use the advanced features of a slide presentation tool to create a
multimedia presentation with text, graphics, and photos; hyperlinked elements; animation; and embedded audio
and/or video.

Slide presentation has been the go-to medium in different presentations as it has almost all the functions needed
and it is easy to navigate. Not only can you add text, graphics, and photos, it also provides the capability to add
more complex objects like hyperlinked elements, animations, and even embedded audio and/or video.

The following are the steps to access the advanced features of a slide presentation tool to help you create a
multimedia presentation. In this module, we will use Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation. Open the MS
PowerPoint tool and always make sure to save every time changes are made to avoid losing all your work.

1) Add text

Put the title to be used on the first slide by clicking the text box provided and typing inside it. Once the title page
is done, add another slide.

2) On the second slide, there are default text boxes. Try to create your own text box by going to the Insert tab
and choose Text box.

Bring the cursor to the part of the page where you want to create a text box. Type the content inside the box.

You may resize the table or re-locate it on the slide by navigating the circle and square points on the edges.

Notice that under the Insert tab, there many options for you to put different objects to your work. You can insert
tables, images, illustrations, links, text, symbols, and media.

A shortcut on the slide can also be found. This allows addition of tables, charts, graphic, picture, clip art, and
media clip easier.

2) Add graphics and images


The option to add images can be found in the Images sections under the Insert tab. In this example, choose to
add Picture.

Another way is by clicking the Picture Icon on the page itself.

Once you click Picture, it will open a window to your Picture folders to choose which image to add.

Choose the image, add it, and resize or re-locate depending on your preference.

3) Add hyperlinked elements

Putting hyperlink is like creating a link that acts like a shortcut to another object when clicked. An element (text,
image, video, object) on the slide can be linked in different ways:

Hyperlink to another slide

1. Choose the object by clicking it or selecting it. In this example, the word Introduction is selected.
2. Click Hyperlink under the Insert tab and it will open a window to choose an option to hyperlink the
highlighted text.
3. Click Place in This Document and choose the slide number where you want the highlighted text to be
directed when clicked. In this case, Slide 5. Introduction. After clicking it, hit OK.
4. Upon returning to the slide, the word Introduction should be underlined and should change color.
5. To test if the hyperlink works, the slide should be on the presentation mode. Go to the Slide Show tab
and click From Current Slide.
6. Click the hyperlinked text, Introduction, and it should take you to Slide 5 where you linked it. Note: The
cursor should turn into a little hand icon to indicate that it’s a hyperlink.

Do the same for hyperlinking images and videos to the same presentation.

Hyperlink to another document

1. Do steps 1 and 2 to hyperlink the element. In this case, the whole chart will be hyperlinked.
2. The same Insert Hyperlink window will appear but this time, click Existing File or Webpage. Choose the
file you want to open when the linked element is clicked. You may navigate your way to the folder it is
saved.
3. Test if the hyperlink works by doing steps 5 and 6 done in hyperlinking to another slide.
4. It should open the document chosen. Click Esc on your keyboard to go back to the presentation.

Hyperlink to a web page

1. Do steps 1 and 2 to hyperlink the element. In this case, the whole chart will be hyperlinked.
2. From the Insert Hyperlink window, choose Existing File or Web Page. Enter the web page link to the
Address box and click OK.
3. Do the same steps mentioned to test the hyperlink. It should open the webpage when clicked. Note:
Make sure you are connected to the internet to be able to load the website.

4) Add animation

1. Go to the Insert tab and click Clip Art.


2. It will open a box at the right side of the screen. This is where you can find the animation you would like
to add. Click the drop down menu and select Videos then click Go. If you already know the filename,
you may use the search box to look for it.
3. From the series of images that are actually animations, choose one by clicking on it.
4. You may also add an animated clip by clicking the arrow under the Video option. Then choose Clip Art
Video… It will open the Clip Art window at the right part of the screen.
5. Drag and resize the clip to the preferred location. The image will not move yet as an animation.
6. Test if the animated clip works and moves by launching the slide show.

5) Add embedded video or audio

1. Go to the slide where you want to place the video or audio.


2. Go to Insert tab. Under the Video option, click the arrow and a drop down menu will appear. You may
also click the video icon in the middle of the page, this functions the same with Video from File… option.
3. If you choose Video from File… It will open your folders where you can search the video you want to
insert. Insert it and make sure not to move the video file to another folder so it will play when you
present the slide.
4. If you are using a video from the internet, get the embed code or link first. For example, Youtube has
the option to provide the embed code under the video. Select the code and copy it.
5. Choose Video from website… then paste the embed code in the Insert Video from website window.
Click Insert.
6. Test the video by launching the slide show. Make sure that the computer is connected to the internet to
play the video.
7. To add an audio file, click the arrow under the Audio option to open the drop down menu. Choose which
options you want to perform and follow the same procedures done in adding a video.

There actually more ways to make your presentation more interesting with the presentation maker. Learn the
advanced options discussed so it will be easier for you to use more functions as you enjoy navigating the
presentation tool.

At the end of this lesson, you should be able to use the moviemaking software to create a multimedia
presentation.

Using computer applications in creating presentations is helpful to even make it more exciting. Aside from using
the usual presentation software, a presentation be converted into a multimedia equivalent by using a
moviemaking software. A moviemaking software allows a user to create, edit, and publish videos that may also
incorporate images and music. Most of the time, a moviemaking software is used to create presentations that are
out of the box.
There are multiple moviemaking software that a user may either buy or download for free. In order to fully utilize
them, it is important to be familiar with its features and how to use them. In order to create a multimedia
presentation, a user must do the following procedures (considering that the chosen moviemaking software is
already installed):

1) Create a folder where all the resources will be placed. This will make them more organized.

2) Run the moviemaking software and select new project.

3) Import the needed resources by clicking “Add Videos and Photos” or by dragging the files onto the work area.

4) After importing, you may now edit the video. Listed are some of the most common editing options:

 Adjust Volume – regulates loudness


 Fade in and Fade out – adjusts the entry and exit of a video
 Set Start Point and End Point – specifies the start and end time of a video
 Speed Control – modifies how fast or slow a clip plays
 Split Tool – divides the clip into two or more clips
 Trim Tool – cuts the clip to a specified length
 5) After editing the video, you may now add music into the presentation. Just click the “Add Music”
button to incorporate it with the presentation. It can be adjusted so that it will play on the time indicated
by the user.
 6) After adding the appropriate music, titles and captions may now be added to even enrich the contents
of the videos. These will provide more details and descriptions.
 7) Adding of animations may come next. Usually, transitions are used to enhance how the video plays
from clip to clip.
 8) Adding effects can also be accomplished to enhance the color schemes of the project.
 9) After completing all the necessary editing, save the project.
 10) Publish the project as a movie file so that it can be played using a multimedia player.

Key Points

 Multimedia presentations aid in better topic demonstration. This opens up new avenues in sharing ideas
to an audience that is more stimulating than the usual slide presentation.
 Having the necessary skills in moviemaking will help an individual in creating multimedia presentations
that are fun but very informative.