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LANTON HIGH SCHOOL

Brgy.Apopong, General Santos City

LESSON PLAN IN MAPEH GRADE 7


(Health Quarter 1)

Week 3
I. Objectives
Code: H7GD-Ib-14

a. recognizes that changes in different health dimensions are normal during adolescence.
b. recognizes that changes in different dimensions are normal during adolescence.

- c. describes changes in different aspects of growth that happen to boys and girls during adolescence

II. Subject matter: Dimensions of Health (Health)


Reference: MAPEH Grade 7 Module

Materials: Manila Papers, Masking tape, pen,words and pictures

III. Procedure/Presentation

Activity Application Analysis Abstraction


Concept Map Divide the class into 5 Let the students describe Discuss what is the
groups, using the concept the words given. Define importance of being healthy
map, write words “adolescence” base on the
associated with word that each member
adolescence. give. Choose a leader to
represent the group for
5mins.
Arrange the word Divide the class into 5 Let the students explain Discuss what is the used of
groups. They will arrange why they group the enhancing one dimension of
the words given according following word according to health.
to the dimension of health. its health dimension.
Finding my Heart Rate Students will find their They will list it on their Discuss what is the
partner. They will think of notebook and will present importance of activities in
activities that enhance the to the class order to maintain one
different dimension of health.
health.
“Act like one” Group the students into five As the group performs Students will discuss what
group. They will perform audience will identify what are the relation of different
the activities in the front dimension of health will be dimension of health
that will enhance the enhance on the group
different dimension of performers activity.
health.

HOTS Target MI’s


Understanding Bodily kinesthetic
Analysis Verbal Linguistic
Interpersonal

Prepared by:
Joseph Laurence P. Omega
MAPEH Teacher

Checked by:
ELSIE M. CABANLIT Ph.D.
Principal