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Subject: MAPEH Grade: 7


Date: DAY 1
Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan
I.OBJECTIVES

CONTENT STANDARD The learner demonstrates understanding of the musical characteristics of representative music from the lowlands of Luzon.

PERFORMANCE The learner performs music of the lowlands with appropriate pitch, rhythm, expression and style.
STANDARDS
LEARNING a. identifies the musical characteristics of representative music selections from the lowlands of Luzon after listening;
COMPETENCIES/ b. analyzes the musical elements of some Lowland vocal music
OBJECTIVES c. sing folksong from the lowlands of Luzon
d. appreciate the different folksongs in Luzon lowlands
II.CONTENT The Music of Luzon ( Lowlands )
1.Vocal Music
 Folksongs of Luzon (Lowlands)
(Atin cu pung singsing, Pamulinawen,O Nariag a Bulan, Magtanim ay di Biro, Santa Clara, Sarung Banggi, Manang Biday, etci)
III.LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References Music and Arts Teachers Guide pages 10-19
B. Other Learning Laptop, PowerPoint Presentation
Resources
IV.PROCEDURES
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Prayer
2. Checking of Attendance
3. Recall/Review
Let the students recall the following musical symbols being flashed in the cards by naming them one by one. (whole note, quarter note, flat, g-clef,
sharp, 2/4, half rest, bar line and dotted note).
The teacher will ask the students these questions:
 Where do we used or see these symbols?
 What is the significance of these symbols to music?
 What are the Elements of music and its importance?
B. Activity/Motivation Play a “GUESSING GAME” about the different songs being played.
(Manang Biday, Leron-Leron Sinta, and Magtanim ay di biro.
The teacher will lead the students to the realization that Philippines is rich in folksongs.

Ask the students what are other songs that they have learned in their elementary years other than the songs that they have heard.
The students will give their answers.
Examples would be:
Bahay Kubo, Ati Cu Pung Singsing, Sitsiritsit.
C. Abstraction The teacher will discuss the meaning folk songs and its examples by showing a PowerPoint about Philippine Folk.
The teacher will ask these questions regarding the PowerPoint:
 What is the meaning of a folk song?
 What are the characteristics of Folksongs?
D. Application The teacher group the class into 3. Each group was assigned to sing one Folksong.
Group 1 BAHAY KUBO
Group 2 ATIN CU PUNG SING SING
Group 3 LERON LERON SINTA
E. Analysis Upon singing the different Luzon lowland Folksong, the teacher ask the purpose of the song.
Comparing and Contrasting the characteristics of the folksongs according to their musical elements.
 How did you find the tempo of the song? Fast, slow, or moderate?
 How did you find the melody? High, low or just the right pitch?
F. Generalization The teacher ask the students and emphasizes the importance of folksongs.
V. EVALUATION Read the follwing questions and encircle the letter of the correct answer.
1. A Phillipine music genre which is originally passed down orally to members of the family and usually the composers and lyricist are unknown.
a. Folksong
b. Harana
c. Kundiman
d. Pasyon
2. If the song “Magtanim Ay Di Biro” is a Tagalog folk song, while “Sarung Banggi” is a ___________ folk song.
a. Bicolano
b. Illiocano
c. Visaya
d. Waray
3. “Atin cu pung Singsing” is a folksong from ____________.
a. Bicol
b. Bulacan
c. Ilocaos Region
d. Pampanga
4. Which of the following is NOT the characteristic of a Folksong?
a. sung in their own dialect
b. short and simple
c. composers are famous
d. learned through rote
5. Who is the composer of Sarung Banggi?
a. Nicanor Abelardo
b. Potenciano V. Gregorio
c. Lourdes R. Siobal
d. Erick Sabellano
VI. ASSIGNMENT List down some Religious song that you know.

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