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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region VIII (Eastern Visayas)
Division of Leyte
BORSETH NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Alangalang, Leyte

DAILY LESSON PLAN


Teacher Ronithe U. Lauron Grade Level 12- TALISAY
Teaching Date SEPTEMBER 2019 Learning Area Introduction to world
religion and Belief System.
Teaching Time M-F (3:00PM-4:00 PM) Quarter 2nd

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards The learner will demonstrates understanding of the three
religions/philosophies in the aspects of origin, morality, purpose,
destiny, and views on women.

B. Performance Standards The learner conducts an interview on the doctrines of each of the
three religions/philosophies and compares them in aspects of
origin, morality, purpose, destiny, and views on women.

C. Learning The learners will:


Competencies/Objectives
(Write the LC code for each) 1. Identify the uniqueness and similarities of Hinduism,
Theravada Buddhism, and Mahayana Buddhism.
2. Provide evidence that Hinduism, Theravada Buddhism, and
Mahayana Buddhism share common roots from India.
3. Justify that Hinduism, Theravada Buddhism, and Mahayana
Buddhism, as Vedic religions, have largely influence the
world today.

(HUMMS_WRB12-II/IVd-11.1)
(HUMMS_WRB12-II/IVd-11.2)
(HUMMS_WRB12-II/IVd-11.3)
II. CONTENT COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF HINDUISM, THERAVADA
BUDDHISM AND MAHAYANA BUDDHISM.
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Guide pages Pages 167-174
3. Textbook pages Introduction to world religion and belief system textbook by Jerome
A. Ong and Mary Dorothy dL. Jose, pp: 167-174
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4. Additional Materials
from Learning Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning Book, Chalk, Visual Aids, Laptop, LED TV
Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous Reviewing last session:
lesson or presenting the new
lesson 1. What aspects of Mahayana Buddhism could make it more
appealing than Theravada Buddhism?
2. How did Mahayana Buddhism shape Asian history in terms of
activism?
3. How do you think Mahayana Buddhism’s concept of
bodhisattva contributed to it being one of the most successful
missionary religions in the world?

B. Establishing a purpose Directions:


for the Lesson The teacher will show a picture to the class and ask what is the
picture all about?
Ask:
 What can you see in the picture?
 What is it all about?

C. Presenting Ask the learners:


examples/instances of the new
lesson. What do you think is the similarities features of Hinduism and
Buddhism?

What are the basic doctrines of Hinduism and Buddhism that make
them attract millions of followers?

D. Discussing new concepts Activity #1:


and practicing new skills # 1 Look at the picture of gods and goddesses in Hinduism and the
various forms of bodhisattvas in Buddhism (to be provided by
teacher). Try completing the table below. Can they be considered
the “superheroes” of their respective religion? Share this is class.

Name of Significance/duty/power Name of Significance/


Hindus bodhisattva power/duty
Gods and
Goddesses
1
2
3

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E. Discussing new concept ASK the learners:
and practicing new skills # 2 1. Why do you think Buddhism gradually died down in India even
though it originated there?
2. How does the concept of reincarnation differ from the concept
of heaven and hell in other religions?
3. How does Karma affect one’s destiny in both dharmic
religions? Explain.

CONCEPT MAP: The teacher will let the learners make a concept
F. Developing Mastery map regarding the topic discussed. They need to fill in the concept
map based on what is being asked in the map below.
DHARMIC RELIONS: HINDUISM, MAHAYANA BUDDHISM,
THERAVADA BUDDHISM

VIEW ON
ORIGIN MORALITY PURPOSE DESTINY
WOMEN

G. Finding practical Ask: How is the presence or absence of human soul viewed in
application of concepts and Hinduism and Buddhism? Is it similar with our Religion in
skills in daily living Christianity?
H. Making generalizations The teacher asks the learners on what they have been learned about
and abstractions about the the topic.
lesson Asks:
 What are the similarities and differences of Hinduism,
Theravada Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism?
 What are the specific goals of Hindus and Buddhist for them
to gain spiritual enlightenment?
 How do you think Mahayana Buddhism’s concept of
bodhisattva contributed to it being one of the most successful
missionary religions in the world?

I. Evaluating Learning Direction: Get 1/2 sheet of paper, Compare and contrast Hinduism
and Buddhism using the table Below.

HINDUISM BUDDHISM
1. Origin
2. Morality
3. Purpose
4. Destiny
5. View on Women
J. Additional Activities for
Application or Remediation
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V. Remarks

VI. Reflection

A. No. of students who


earned 80% in the formative
assessment
B. No. of students who
require
Additional activities for
remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who had
caught up with the lesson.
D. No. of learners who
continue to require remediation.
E. Which of my teaching
strategies work 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 wish to
share with other teachers?

Prepared by: Checked by:

RONITHE U. LAURON ELEANOR M. MIRALLES


SHS- Teacher Principal