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Daily Lesson Log

Teacher Kristino B. Saltarin
Date December 05, 2019
Subject English 8 | Humanity
The learner demonstrates understanding of: Southeast Asian
literature as mirror to a shared heritage ; coping strategies in
Content Standard processing textual information; strategies in examining
features of a listening and viewing material; structural analysis
of words and propaganda techniques; and grammatical signals
for opinion- making, persuasion, and emphasis.
The learner transfers learning by composing and delivering a
Performance persuasive speech based on an informative essay featuring use
Standard of properly acknowledged information sources, grammatical
signals for opinion-making , persuasion, and emphasis, and
appropriate prosodic features, stance, and behavior.
Learning Distinguish facts from opinion cited in the text listened to
Code EN8LC-IIIf-2.10
1. Analyze the speech “The Dangers of Cellphones.”
I. Objectives 2. Organize the gathered information into a short speech.
3. Speak with confidence and politeness.
II. Subject Matter
Content Opinions vs facts
Materials Laptop, monitor, google pictures
Reference/s DepEd CG,
A. Activity
 Motivation of Learning
 The teacher asks the students with opening questions in
relation to the song.

B. Analysis
 What is a persuasive speech?
 How must a persuasive speech be done?
III. Strategies  What techniques should be used to make a speech

C. Abstraction
Review of Ethos, Logos, and Pathos
1. Ethos relates to the credibility of a speaker. Speakers
develop ethos by
o appearing competent, trustworthy, and dynamic;
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o sharing their credentials and/or relevant personal
o presenting a balanced and non-coercive argument;
o citing credible sources;
o using appropriate language and grammar;
o being perceived as likable; and
o appearing engaged with the topic and audience
through effective delivery.
2. Logos relates to the reasoning and logic of an argument.
Speakers appeal to logos by
o presenting factual, objective information that
serves as reasons to support the argument;
o presenting a sufficient amount of relevant
examples to support a proposition;
o deriving conclusions from known information; and
o using credible supporting material like expert
testimony, definitions, statistics, and literal or
historical analogies.
3. Pathos relates to the arousal of emotion through speech.
Speakers appeal to pathos by
o using vivid language to paint word pictures for
audience members;
o providing lay testimony (personal stories from self
or others);
o using figurative language such as metaphor,
similes, and personification; and
o using vocal variety, cadence, and repetition.
D. Application
Comprehension questions:
 How did you find the speech?
 What can you say about the speaker?
 Did she achieve her purpose?
 What strategies did she use to achieve her purpose?

Triad task: The teacher directs the stdudents to fillout the

table then instructs them to share it with the class.
Type of Purpose Techniques Theme

IV. Assessment The teacher gives time for students to present their work.
V. Assignment The teachers gives feedback on the student’s work.
VI. Remarks