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Grades 1 to 12 School Barotuan National High School Grade Level Grade XI

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Emily M. Palay Learning Area Understanding Culture, Society & POlitics
Teaching Dates and Time Week 3 Quarter 3rd QUARTER

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4

The concept of culture, society and politics.
A. Content Standards

1. Appreciate the nature of culture and society from the perspectives of anthropology and sociology.
B. Performance Standards 2. Demonstrate a holistic understanding of culture and society.
3. Value cultural heritage and express pride of place without being ethnocentric.

C. Learning Competencies/  Explain anthropological and  Describe society and culture as a complex  Identify aspects of culture and society  Identify aspects of culture and society
Objectives sociological perspective on culture whole UCSPC11DCS-Ic-8 UCSPC11DCS-Ic-8
Write the LC code for and society UCSPC11DCS-Ic-7 Objective: Objective:
each UCSPC11DCS-Ic-6 Objective: 1. prove that culture is dynamic, flexible and
Objective: 1.Explore the holistic appreciation of adaptive.
1. Define Anthropology and Sociology. cultures and societies. 2. prove that culture is shared and contested
2. Distinguish the different perspectives
in recognizing the existence of culture
and society?

II. CONTENT Defining Culture, Society ,and Politics Defining Culture, Society ,and Politics Defining Culture, Society ,and Politics Defining Culture, Society ,and Politics


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages p. 6-7 p.
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
B. Other Learning Resources

A. Reviewing previous The teacher will ask the learner to Activity: Three-Two-One (3-2-1) Review Activity: Review:
lesson or presenting the identify the goals of Anthropology, Writing Activity where students write: 3 key Ask the following. Everyone up— all the students will stand up;
new lesson Political Science and Sociology. terms from what they have just learned, 2 they get to sit down when they can share one
ideas they would like to learn more about, Why is culture said to be a product of society? fact, idea, or new vocabulary word related to
and 1 concept or skill they think they have the lesson: Political and leadership structures
mastered. (Political Organization)
B. Establishing a purpose Activity: Jumbled Word Activity: KWL Chart
for the lesson Students will be given set of jumbled List all things that make Filipino culture unique (The teacher will ask the students if they have
letters and they will try to compose the and different from other cultures. Then explain an existing idea about the aspects of culture
words from it. why Filipinos behave the way they do. and society)

C. Presenting ANTHROPOLOGY- is the study of Process Questions: Is there something unique that only your family
examples/instances of people throughout the world, their 1. Are these cultural traits unchangeable or does?
the new lesson evolutionary history, how they behave, are they subject to historical and social Do you practice a certain custom or celebrate a
adapt to different environments, change? special feast in your province?
communicate, and socialize with one 2. Do all Filipinos share the same traits?
another. Explain.
SOCIOLOGY- is the study of human
institutions and their relationships. This
discipline examines how human actions
in modern societies are shaped by social
groups and by wider social, economic,
and political pressures.
D. Discussing new (15 minutes) Present the two different concepts of culture Aspects of Culture: Dynamic, Flexible, and
concepts and practicing Discuss: and society, its own meaning and function. Adaptive
new skills #1 Anthropological and Sociological Society and Culture as a Complex Whole
Perspectives on Culture and Society There are different aspects of culture like art,
Edward B. Tylor defined culture as "that music, language, food, daily life, clothing, and
Let us put the two concepts this way complex whole which includes knowledge, religion to name a few. These aspects of
.Culture art, belief, law, morals, custom, and any culture show us that culture
tangible factors other capabilities and habits acquired by man is dynamic, flexible, and adaptive.
 Language as a member of society."
 Technology Culture constantly changes and adapts to the
 institutions−−like our churches,  With this premise, it can be said that current state of society. It continuously restores
schools, or houses. culture is a product of society. These two itself whenever customs do not fit in the current
intangible aspects exist dependently on each other. situation anymore. It does not remain stagnant.
 values and behaviors  Culture , just like every person in society,
 . norms, the standards or rules is susceptible to change or death. Examples:
of acceptable behavior.  Society is not constant. Its members
Culture is what makes society a change from time to time. As a result,  In the aspect of music, we can see that music
collective whole. It gives the community culture changes along. New trends exist. may change from time to time. The traditional
its form, shape, and identity.
Society - in terms of sociology, is a New technologies are invented and new music during the 1920s was mostly jazz,
group of people living and interacting with means of interaction have been created. ragtime, and broadway music while the
one another to create a culture. Its  People evolve over time as a result of popular music during the 1970s was disco
population is bound by a shared their exposure to renewed or changed music.
culture−−beliefs, attitudes, languages, laws, values, and standards of society.  Because we are now more inclined to use
and institutions. computers and tablets especially when
Elements of Culture playing games, some children are not able
to play street games anymore. This pushed
some game developers to introduce Filipino
street games as video games.
 When it comes to language, we can also
see how culture adapts to changing times.
We have already developed new words
related to the internet like memes, netizens,
vines, and others
Aspects of Culture: Shared and Contested
 Culture is learned and acquired through
different interactions with people. Culture is
a shared learning experience. Because
culture constantly changes, we get to share
the learning process with other people
E. Discussing new Activity: Role-Playing a Religious Observe your interaction with your classmates.
concepts and practicing Feast Try to identify what common culture you and
new skills #2 Ask the class to prepare a short skit Explore! your classmates share that made you become
depicting people involved in preparation Think about the different factors involved in friends.
and celebration of a religious feast. shaping society and culture. How do they
Process Question affect continuous societal and cultural
1. What activities are involved in changes?
carrying out a religious feast?
2. How do they know that a
religious feast requires these
3. Why do they celebrate religious

F. Developing mastery (5 minutes) May Konek: The students will be grouped to

(leads to Formative Activity: “One-sentence summary” 6 teams. Each team will answer the question
Assessment 3) Summarize the definition of sociology and in a manila paper.
anthropology by doing “one- sentence Ask: “What is the dividing line between
summary”. Students are asked to write a anthropology and sociology? Culture and
single summary sentence that answers “( society?
what and why ” questions about the
topic. .”
G. Finding practical Try It!
applications of concepts
and skills in daily living Identify three societies or groups of
people within the locality Write at least
three characteristics for each group.

H. Making generalizations (5 minutes) Activity: 5 Minutes)

and abstractions about Ask the students to choose a partner and Sum It Up!
the lesson share what they understand with these 1. Today I have learned that
question: “ _____________________.
Why should people use different 2. The topic that is NOT clear to me is/are
perspectives in recognizing the existence ________________.
of culture and society?

I. Evaluating learning Essay: Individual Work:3-2-1

1. Why is the study of anthropology and Let the students fill the 3-2-1 chart:
sociology important in understanding 3 things learned
culture and society? 2 most important facts still in mind
2. Why is culture said to be a product of 1 question remains in mind
J. Additional activities for
application or remediation



A. No. of learners who earned

80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require 0
additional activities for
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
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
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with
other teachers?