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School BAGANIAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 9

DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher RONALD Z. NIÑAL Learning Area ENGLISH


Teaching Dates and Time June 4-8, 2018 Quarter FIRST

Session-1 Session- 2
1:30-3:30- Pearl (MF) 1:30-3:30- Pearl (MF)
9:45-11:45- Gold (MF) 9:45-11:45- Gold (MF)
7:30-9:30- Diamond (TTh) 7:30-9:30- Diamond (TTh)
I-OBJECTIVES 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, 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 The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature


and other text types serve as means of preserving unchanging values in a
changing world; also participate in a speech choir employing varied
communication strategies.
B. Performance Standard The learner competently prepares a community services brochure informing
the public of the services available in the community which serves as a major
evidence of the understanding of concepts and skills.
C. Learning Competency/Objectives 1. Got to know each other. 1. Recognized various roles in life.
Write the LC code for each. 2. Tracked students’ records, strengths and weaknesses. 2. Understood elements of poetry (rhymes, sound devices, imagery).
3. Understood school policies and regulations. 3. Processed information mentioned in the text listened to.
4. Set classroom standards. 4. Shared prior knowledge about the topic
Opening of Classes (S. Y. 2018-2019) Lesson 1: Recognizing Roles in Life
1.CONTENT Your Text: The Seven Ages of Man- Poetry (from the comedy: As You Like
Homeroom Guidance and Orientation It by William Shakespeare)
Integrated lesson/s: Elements of Poetry
11. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages Pages 1-6

2. Learner’s Materials pages Pages 2-13


3. Textbook pages
B. Other Learning Resource DepEd Order #8, S. 2015
III-PROCEDURES 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 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 Sharing experiences during summer vacation.  Let students think of someone who performed his/her role effectively.
presenting the new lesson
 Let them do the sharing of ideas.
B. Establishing a purpose for the This lesson establishes a purpose of informing students that:
lesson
 Recognizing roles in life effectively helps them become a healthy and
developed young citizens.
 Elements of poetry include rhymes, sound devices, and imagery which
make it musical and interesting.
C. Presenting examples/Instances Question to ponder:
of the new lesson What roles can I perform that will make a difference in my life?
Initial Task (Groupings), pp. 3-5. Presentation of output will follow.
Group 1-Task 2: All for the Best
Group 2-Task 3: Inspirations
Group 3-Task 4: Effective? Partially Ineffective?
Group 4-Task 5: Looking Back
D. Discussing new concepts and Your Text: The Seven Ages of Man by William Shakespeare
practicing new skills  Let students listen as the teacher reads the poem.
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 As you listen, read it silently and watch out for words which are difficult to
understand. List them in your notebook and have them as entries in your word
bank.
 Watch out for the elements of poetry such as rhymes, repetitions,
onomatopoeia, and imagery.
E. Developing mastery Digging Deeper:
(leads to Formative Assessment
3)
 What comprises the seven ages of man according to the poem?
 Why is it acceptable/better to recognize and perform your role in
life?
 How do the roles of man differ based on the persona’s description?
 What would be the most effective way of performing your role in
life?
F. Finding practical application of Learning how to recognize and to perform your roles effectively is a good
concepts and skills in daily living indicator that you are a responsible individual. Recognizing your individual role
enable you to make a difference in your life. This can enhance your
understanding of the world. Somehow you have to continue finding out what it
is that fits you. Whatever it is that you do of significance, you have to prove to
yourself and to others that you can excel. Try your best. Concentrate on ways to
perform well. You’ll surely feel better if you do.
G. Making generalizations and Elements of poetry and their purpose:
abstractions about the lesson  Rhymes make poem musical.
 Onomatopoeia suggests actions, sounds, and movements.
 Repetition adds to the enjoyment of a poem. Words, phrases, or lines
are repeated to serve a purpose. Poets often make sure their words stay
in the readers’ minds.
 Imagery conveys feelings, images, and sounds. It adds color to the
poem.

H. Evaluating learning Task 9: Small Group Differentiated Works


 Group 1- Looking for rhymes, pp.10-11
 Group 2- The best clue, pp.11-12
 Group 3- A2 and C, pp.12-13
 Group 4- Imagery, p. 13
Let students present their output.
I. Additional activities for application or
remediation

IV-REMARKS

V-REFLECTION 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 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?
School BAGANIAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 9
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher RONALD Z. NIÑAL Learning Area ENGLISH
Teaching Dates and Time June 24-28, 2019 Quarter First
Note: General PTA Meeting will be on Thursday (June 27, 2019)

Session-1 Session- 2
1:00-3:00- Gold (MW) 1:00-3:00- Gold (MW)
7:30-9:30- Pearl (TTh) 7:30-9:30- Pearl (TTh)
1:00-3:00- Diamond (TTh) 1:00-3:00- Diamond (TTh)
I-OBJECTIVES 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, 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.

D. Content Standard The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature and The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature
other text types serve as means of preserving unchanging values in a changing and other text types serve as means of preserving unchanging values in a changing
world; also participate in a speech choir employing varied communication world; also participate in a speech choir employing varied communication
strategies. strategies.
E. Performance Standard The learner competently prepares a community services brochure informing the The learner competently prepares a community services brochure informing
public of the services available in the community which serves as a major evidence the public of the services available in the community which serves as a major
of the understanding of concepts and skills. evidence of the understanding of concepts and skills.
F. Learning Competency/Objectives 1. Enumerated the characteristics of an informative article. 1. Inferred thoughts and feelings in the material viewed.
Write the LC code for each. 2. Cited some examples of an informative article. 2. Performed tasks by following instructions.
3. Used capitalization and punctuation marks correctly. 3. Presented a well-prepared community services brochure.

Lesson 1: Recognizing Roles in Life Lesson 1: Recognizing Roles in Life


1.CONTENT Text: Short History of Punctuation by Polly M. Robertus Discovery Task to Final Task
Integrated lesson/s: Using Capitalizations and Punctuation Marks Expected output for lesson 1: Community Services Brochure
Informative Article (Short History of Punctuations) Activities: Small Group Differentiated Activities (SGDA)
11. LEARNING
RESOURCES
C. References
4. Teacher’s Guide pages Pages 11-13 Pages 13-19

5. Learner’s Materials pages Pages 18-20 Pages 20-28


6. Textbook pages
D. Other Learning Resource
III-PROCEDURES 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 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.
J. Reviewing previous lesson or 1. With your group, agree on two words that would describe your learning of  Share your best learning of the previous lesson.
presenting the new lesson the previous lesson.
2. Choose representative to share your responses.
K. Establishing a purpose for the This lesson establishes a purpose of informing students that: This lesson establishes a purpose of informing students that:
lesson
 Informative article provide useful information to the readers.  A community services brochure informs the public of the services
 Clarity of expressions in poetry or prose composition exists if the sentences available in the community which serves as a major evidence of the
are appropriately punctuated and the words are properly capitalized. understanding of concepts and skills.
L. Presenting examples/Instances Initial Tasks:
of the new lesson
Let students reflect on this questions:
 How do you read a poem or text inorder to emphasize ideas in each line?
Is there a need to stop or pause? When and why? Discovery Tasks: (pp. 21-23)
 When do we usually capitalize letters?
M. Discussing new concepts and When you read poems, you don’t pause or stop at the end of the lines, but you
practicing new skills watch out for commas or periods to guide you. Use punctuations to help you find
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the sensible meaning of what you are reading. Clarity of expressions in poetry or
prose composition exists if the sentences are appropriately punctuated and the words  Group 1- Personal Heroes
are properly capitalized.  Group 2- Poetic music video
Do Task 12: On Using Capitalization and Punctuation Marks, pp. 18-19  Group 3- Dance Duo
 Rewrite the informative article using correct capitalization and punctuation  Group 4- Roles and Concerns
marks.
 Describe the characteristics of an informative article. What makes the
article informative?
 Read the short history of punctuations, p. 19
*What have you observe as unusual in the informative article?
*What is it all about?
*What makes the article informative?
*What punctuation marks are described in the article?
*What problems in writing and reading are caused by improper use of
capitalization and punctuation marks?
*How do we solve such problems?
N. Developing mastery Task 12B. Sensible Role Plan
(leads to Formative Assessment
3)
 Imagine yourself two to four years from now. What kind of career/role do
you think you might have? Will the computer or new inventions be part of
your job?
 Research for facts about it.
 Write a short informative composition highlighting your role and the
invention you will use as part of your job.
 Remember to observe correct capitalization and to use correct
punctuations.
 Share your composition to the class.
O. Finding practical application of  Imagine reading paragraphs without punctuations and correct capitalization! Final Task:
concepts and skills in daily living

 Community Services Brochure (Follow instructions on pages 24-27)


P. Making generalizations and  Clarity of expressions in poetry or prose composition exists if the
abstractions about the lesson
sentences are appropriately punctuated and the words are properly
capitalized.
 Correct capitalization and punctuation marks convey meaning to what
we read.
Q. Evaluating learning  10-item quiz on using correct capitalization and punctuation marks

R. Additional activities for application or


remediation

IV-REMARKS

V-REFLECTION 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 students learn? Identify what help your instructional
supervisors can provide for you so when you meet them, you can ask them relevant questions.
G. No. of learners who earned 80% in the
evaluation
H. No. of learners who require additional
activities for remediation who scored
below 80%
I. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of
learners who have caught up with the
lesson
J. No. of learners who continue to
require remediation
K. Which of my teaching strategies
worked well? Why did these work?
L. What difficulties did I encounter
which my principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
School BAGANIAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 9
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher RONALD Z. NIÑAL Learning Area ENGLISH
Teaching Dates and Time February 27-March 9, 2017 Quarter FOURTH
Note: NCAE for Grade 9 will be on March 1-2, 2017

Session-1 Session- 2
9:45-11:45- Pearl (MW) 9:45-11:45- Pearl (MW)
9:45-11:45- Gold (TTh) 9:45-11:45- Gold (TTh)
1:30-3:30- Diamond (TTh) 1:30-3:30- Diamond (TTh)
I-OBJECTIVES 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, 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.

G. Content Standard The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature and The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature
other text types serve as means of preserving unchanging values in a changing world; and other text types serve as means of preserving unchanging values in a
also how to use the features of a full-length play, tense consistency, modals, active and changing world; also how to use the features of a full-length play, tense
passive constructions plus direct and indirect speech to enable him/her competently consistency, modals, active and passive constructions plus direct and indirect
performs in a full-length play. speech to enable him/her competently performs in a full-length play.
H. Performance Standard The learner competently performs in a full-length play through applying effective The learner competently performs in a full-length play through applying
verbal and non-verbal strategies and ICT resources based on the following criteria: effective verbal and non-verbal strategies and ICT resources based on the
Focus, Voice, Delivery and Dramatic Conventions. following criteria: Focus, Voice, Delivery and Dramatic Conventions.
I. Learning Competency/Objectives 1. Determined the relevance and truthfulness of the ideas presented in the material 1. Analyzed literature as a means of understanding unchanging values in a
Write the LC code for each. viewed. (EN9VC-IVa-10) changing world. (EN9LT-IVa-17)
2. Related text content to particular social issues, concerns, or dispositions in real life. 2. Use active and passive constructions. ((EN9G-IVa-22)
((EN9RC-Iva-2.18) 3. Compose a play review. (EN9WC-Iva-11)
3. Familiarized the technical vocabulary for drama and theatre like stage directions. 4. Used varied verbal and non-verbal communication strategies when
(EN9V-Iva-29) performing in a full-length play. (EN9OL-IVa-3.7)
Lesson 1: Holding on to a dream in a changing world Lesson 1: Holding on to a dream in a changing world
1.CONTENT Your Text: A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry (Play) Your Text: A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry (Play)
Sub-text: Harlem/Dreams Deferred by Langston Hughes (Poetry) Integrated lessons: Active and Passive Voice of the Verb
Integrated lesson: Technical Vocabulary for Drama and Theatre Writing a Play Review
Dialogue as Element of Drama
11. LEARNING
RESOURCES
E. References
7. Teacher’s Guide pages Pages 209-210 Pages 211-212

8. Learner’s Materials pages Pages 424-435 Pages 433-446


9. Textbook pages
F. Other Learning Resource
III-PROCEDURES 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 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.
S. Reviewing previous lesson or 3. Recall the types and parts of stage being learned in the previous grading  Ask the students for a brief summary of the play “A Raisin in the Sun”
presenting the new lesson period. by Lorraine Hansberry.
4. Recall the characteristics of one-act play.  What does Walter want to do with the insurance check? Discuss his
motive. Why do you think Mama does not approve of it?
T. Establishing a purpose for the This lesson establishes a purpose of informing students that: This lesson establishes a purpose of informing students that:
lesson
 Play refers to a composition, a piece consisting of dialogues between various  A voice is a form of a verb that indicates the relation of the subject to
characters, epilogue, monologue, prologue, and an end. the verb.
 Drama refers to acting, and to the setup of the play which includes theater, the  To review a play is to study, analyze, and render a rational judgment.
hall, the accessories, the green room, costumes, music, etc.  Dialogue is one of the essential elements of drama.
 Drama is a unique form of literature and a means for students to understand  Drama is a unique form of literature and a means for students to
unchanging values in a changing world. understand unchanging values in a changing world.
 Holding on to a dream is a great leap towards triumph.
U. Presenting examples/Instances Initial Tasks: Question to ponder:
of the new lesson
1. Analyze the pictures on page 426. What idea is presented by the pictures?  What makes up a good drama? Cite the important elements of drama.
How would you relate the pictures to issues on social context? (Dialogue, Stage, Actors/Directors, Audience)
2. Accomplish the chart that follows with forms of social injustice as depicted Note: One of the elements of drama is the dialogue. It is the conversation that takes place
by the pictures. Be able to give resolutions for each situation. among the characters in a drama. Dialogue can reveal events, actions, and settings as
well as the character’s thoughts and feelings. Dialogue has three major functions: to
advance the plot, to establish setting, to reveal the character.
V. Discussing new concepts and Task 3: Perm Term Task 7 (literature): Text Hub (Refer to the play “A Raisin in the Sun”)
practicing new skills 
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 To gain better understanding and appreciation of drama, you need to be Spot and copy two lines from the story which indicate where the characters are.
familiar with the terminologies related to it. Accomplish the puzzle on page  Spot and copy two lines from the story which indicate a character’s feelings.
441 on a separate sheet of paper. Choose your answers from the word pool.  Spot and copy two lines from the story which indicate what a character is
doing.
Task 8 (Grammar): The Voice
Note: Process the answers of the students. Discuss the terms related to drama and
 Verbs have two voices. The active voice and the passive voice. Study the given
theater. examples in the chart (p. 440) and cite how they differ in form and function.
W. Developing mastery Task 4: Try to Connect Task 9: On Location
(leads to Formative Assessment
3)
 Reflect on the poem written by Langston Hughes (p.442). How do you  Read the summary of A Raisin in the Sun again. Locate at least five sentences
associate it to the play, “A Raisin in the Sun?” in the active voice, and then transpose it to the passive voice or vice-versa.
 How is Hansberry’s play a comment on the Langston Hughes poem that she (Writing)
uses as her epigraph?  Students will be tasked to compose a play review at the end of the lesson. But
prior to that they must be equipped with the know-how of composing a play
Task 5: Grasp it! review. To review a play is to study, analyse, and render a rational judgment.
 What is Mama’s greatest dream for her family? Illustrate it in the box. State (Consider the preliminaries of the play, A Raisin in the Sun-p.442.)
her reasons behind it.
 How does the dream of every member of the Younger family differ and agree
with one another? Accomplish the bubble map then discuss the answers.
 Would you have dreamt of the same thing for your family? Why?
Note: Present a brief summary of the play.
X. Finding practical application of Life gets even harder for people who do not dream of making it a little better. A dialogue is a work of literature in the form of conversation. People need
concepts and skills in daily living Keep reaching for your dreams; keep reaching for your goals which you have created a clear conversation—a conversation that enhances good communication for
with your heart and soul. And every time you fail, hold on to it tightly; never let it go. those who hold on to a dream in a changing world—to understand each other,
It may get harder every day but every step you put forward is a great leap towards and to achieve world peace and unity.
triumph. After all, chances are, the life you try to redefine is just right here.
Y. Making generalizations and From the story, Mama dreams of moving into a house with lawn—where Travis To review a play is to study, analyze, and render a rational judgment. Your
abstractions about the lesson could play— a part of her great “American Dream” which she nurtures with her tone is very important in making your review reliable and valid. In composing a
husband. Walter dreams of putting up a business and Beneatha dreams of finishing a play review, you need to focus on the following:
medical course.  title of the play,
One’s dream shows the limit of one’s imagination; however they are used to  name of the playwright,
escape from reality. In reality, most people likewise hold on to a dream. The best way  general impression of the play,
to achieve our dreams is to work hard for it. “We cannot direct the winds, but we can  theme/message of the play, and
adjust the sails.” What we will be in the future depends on what we do today.  the acting of the main characters.

Z. Evaluating learning Let us suppose that you are the President of the country. How would you have Task 15: Deliver the Goods
addressed or resolved the following social issues and concerns affecting the values of Choose a part of the play, A Raisin in the Sun. Dramatize it by exchanging
your countrymen? Discuss your answer on a separate sheet of paper. dialogues. (Follow the guidelines on page 443).

AA. Additional activities for application or


remediation

IV-REMARKS

V-REFLECTION 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 students learn? Identify what help your instructional
supervisors can provide for you so when you meet them, you can ask them relevant questions.
M. No. of learners who earned 80% in the
evaluation
N. No. of learners who require additional
activities for remediation who scored
below 80%
O. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of
learners who have caught up with the
lesson
P. No. of learners who continue to
require remediation
Q. Which of my teaching strategies
worked well? Why did these work?
R. What difficulties did I encounter
which my principal or supervisor can
help me solve?