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3rd QUARTER MAPEH 2 SY 2019-2020

MUSIC: EXPRESSIVE ELEMENTS OF MUSIC


 Lesson 1: Following the Tempo
 Lesson 2: Dynamics: Piano and Forte
 Lesson 3: Phrases in Music
 Lesson 4: Fun with Rhythmic Music

MUSIC | LESSON 1: FOLLOWING THE TEMPO

Big Idea:
 People like fast music for dancing and slow music for resting.

Essential Questions:
 What do you feel like doing when you hear fast and lively music?
 How do you feel when you listen to slow music?

Notes:
 Tempo is the speed in music.
 Allegro means fast.
 Andante means slow.

Drill:
 Review on p 59.

MUSIC | LESSON 2: DYNAMICS: PIANO AND FORTE

Big Idea:
 Loud music keeps you up and alert. Soft music relaxes you.

Essential Questions:
 Do you enjoy listening to loud music or soft music?
 What do you feel when you listen to loud music?
 What do you feel when you listen to soft music?

Notes:
 Some sound and songs are soft. Some sound and songs are loud.
 Dynamics is the loudness and softness of sound.
 Piano(p) is the musical word for a soft sound.
 Forte (f) is the musical word for loud.

Drill:
 Review on p 65.

Performance Task 3.1:


 Practical Activity: Observe the correct dynamics as you sing the song “Sing Out Loud”. See p
64.

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MUSIC | LESSON 3: PHRASES IN MUSIC

Big Idea:
 The breaks in a song allows you to breathe. It also makes the song easy to understand.

Essential Questions:
 When you read a story aloud, what helps you know when to pause or stop?
 Why is it important to pause or step while reading?

Notes:
 A musical instrument is a group of tones and words that expresses a complete musical idea.
 A curved line above the notes shows a musical phrase. It is called a phrase mark.

Drill:
 Review on p 71.

MUSIC | LESSON 4: FUN WITH THE RHYTHMIC INSTRUMENTS

Big Idea:
 The mood of a song can change with what kind of instrument being used.

Essential Questions:
 What are your favorite musical instruments?
 Do you know how to play any instruments?
 What songs can you play with this instrument?

Notes:
 Timbre is the quality of sound that a musical instrument makes.
 Rhythmic instruments are played by shaking, striking, scraping, or rubbing.

Drill:
 Review on p. 77.

Performance Task 3.1:


 Practical Activity: Bring any musical instrument, and tell about it. (If possible play it)

Quiz 3.1:
 See Unit Test on p. 78-79.

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3rd QUARTER MAPEH 2 SY 2019-2020

ART: HOMEGROWN ART


 Lesson 1: My Beautiful Country
 Lesson 2: The Jeepney
 Lesson 3: Pots and Things
 Lesson 4: H.R. Ocampo: Pride of My Country

ART | LESSON 1: MY BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY

Big Idea:
 Everyday life in the rural and urban areas of the country are often subjects of Filipino art.

Essential Questions:
 What sceneries and activities have you seen in Filipino artworks?
 Why do you think Filipino artist use everyday life as a subject for their artwork?

Notes:
 Some artworks show our way of life.
 Fabian dela Rosa painted “Planting Rice”.
 “Planting Rice is a picture of farmers at work in the countryside.

Drill:
 Review on p 149.

Performance Task 3.1:


 In an oslo paper. Draw an artwork from the following subject:
1. Rice field ready for harvest time
2. Children playing in the plaza
3. Children enjoying carabao ride
4. Women selling fruits and vegetables in the market

ART | LESSON 2: THE JEEPNEY

Big Idea:
 The jeepney is an example of folk art that shows the creativity of people without formal art
training.

Essential Questions:
 What do you think about how Filipinos design and decorate the Jeepney?
 If you had the chance, how would you design or decorate your own jeepney?

Notes:
 People who have no formal training in art create folk art.
 Some examples of folk art are the parol, palaspas, taka, and woodcarving.
 A jeepney is an example of folk art. It is popular public transport vehicle in the Philippines.

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Drill:
 Review on p 153.

ART | LESSON 3: POTS AND THINGS

Big Idea:
 You can use your creativity to turn ordinary things into beautiful works of art.

Essential Questions:
 Where do you see clay pots?
 What are they being used for?

Notes:
 Pottery is the art of making pots and jars out of clay.
 Pottery is an old Philippine art form.
 Palayok is a pot used for cooking.
 Banga and tapayan are used for storing water wine in the old days, Today, they are mostly
used as home décor.

Drill:
 Review on p 159.

Performance Task 3.2:


 Pot-making using clay. See p. 156-159.

ART | LESSON 4: H.R. OCAMPO: PRIDE OF MY COUNTRY

Big Idea:
 You can use art to express your thoughts and feelings in your own creative way.

Essential Questions:
 What do you think of abstract art?
 Have you ever seen an abstract painting?

Notes:
 People may look at an abstract in different ways.
 Abstract painting is a painting with no definite figure.
 Hernando Ocampo was named National Artist in 1991. He is known for his abstract style of
painting.

Drill:
 Review on p 163.

Performance Task 3.2:


 In an oslo paper. Draw an abstract using shapes, lines and figures.

Quiz 3.1:
 See Unit Test on p 164-165.

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3rd QUARTER MAPEH 2 SY 2019-2020

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: PERSONAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT


 Lesson 1: Exploring Movement and Space
 Lesson 2: Body Moves and Steps
 Lesson 3: Danish Dance and Greetings
 Lesson 4: Manang Biday

PHYSICAL EDUCATION | LESSON 1: EXPLORING MOVEMENT AND SPACE

Big Idea:
 Trying new things and doing your best in what you do helps you succeed.

Essential Questions:
 How does exploring contribute to aour growth and development as a person?
 What new activities or hobbies have you tried recently?
 Why is it important to try you best in everything you do?

Notes:
 Symmetry refers to a well-balanced or proportioned position.
 Asymmetry refers to an uneven position.
 The limbo is a challenging dance involving bending backward under a horizontal bar.
 The pole in limbo is a long piece of wood. A string can also be used in its place.

Drill:
 Review on p 249.

Performance Task 3.1:


 Physical Activity: See p 246-247.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION | LESSON 2: BODY MOVES AND STEPS

Big Idea:
 Movements can be big or small depending on the size of the space available.

Essential Questions:
 What movements can be done in a wide, open space?

Notes:
 There are movements that you can do within your personal space.
 Personal space is the immediate area within arm’s reach.
 Backward kicks are kicks done toward the back.
 Foot swivels are done with the feet together; pivot on toes and move heels to the right. Then,
pivot on heels and move toes to the right.
 Grapevine steps are movements done by stomping the right foot across the left and stepping
the left close to the right. This is repeated many times.
 Horse trot is a step-hop movement at a steady pace.
 Scissor kick is done by alternatively kicking left and right foot forward.
 Cherkassiya step is an Israeli traditional folkdance. Dancers form a circle and join hands.

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Drill:
 Review on p 258-259.

Performance Task 3.2:


 Physical Activity: Perform all the dance steps of Chekassiya by Group of 6.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION | LESSON 3: DANISH DANCE OF GREETINGS

Big Idea:
 Some dances express warm greetings, friendships, and love to one another.

Essential Questions:
 What dances express friendship and love for others?
 What makes dancing a fun activity?

Notes:
 Danish dance greetings is a simple dance showing traits of Danish people.
 Neighbor is the person or dancer near you on either side.
 Partner is the person whom you dance with.
 Stomping is to bring the foot down heavily.

Drill:
 Review on p 263.

Performance Task 3.3:


 Physical Activity: Do Danish Dace of Greetings. See p 261-262.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION | LESSON 4: MANANG BIDAY (ILOCANO)

Big Idea:
 Some dances reflect the values and culture of a group of people.

Essential Questions:
 What province do you come from?
 What are the dances that originated from your province?
 What values or traits do the dances show?

Notes:
 Manang Biday is a popular love song that is danced in the Ilocos region.
 Blocking step is done by right heel in fourth in front, stepping left foot close to right in first
position.
 Kumintang is the circular movement of the hand from the wrist either clockwise or
counterclockwise.
 Lateral position is the position of the hands running along each side of the body.
 Waltz steps are done by stepping right foot in fourth in front; step left foot close to right in first or
third position in rear and stepping right foot in front.

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Drill:
 Review on p 2.

Performance Task 3.2:


 Physical Activity: By pair: Dance Manang Biday. See p 266-267

Quiz 3.1:
 See Unit Test on p 268-269.

EAMeonadaLPT.19-20
3rd QUARTER MAPEH 2 SY 2019-2020

HEALTH: STAY CLEAN, STAY SAFE


 Lesson 1: Food and Water Safety
 Lesson 2: Keep the Itch Away

HEALTH | LESSON 1: FOOD AND WATER SUPPLY

Big Idea:
 The food and water you take should be clean and safe.

Essential Questions:
 What can you do to make sure that your food and water are clean and safe?

Notes:
 The food you eat and water you drink may contain germs, bacteria, and parasites that can
make you sick.
 You should know how your food was prepared.
 Observing healthy practices while preparing food is important in preventing the spread of
diseases.
 A water source may be contaminated if it is not properly maintained. If so, water should be
boiled to kill disease-causing germs, bacteria and parasites.

Drill:
 Review on p 339.

HEALTH | LESSON 2: KEEP THE ITCH AWAY

Big Idea:
 Clean surroundings and proper hygiene help keep parasites away from attacking your body.

Essential Questions:
 What are the common diseases caused by worms and parasites?
 How can you prevent the diseases from invading your body?

Notes:
 If you do not observe good hygiene, your body can be a breeding place for parasites and
worms.
 Observing good hygiene and keeping your things and surroundings clean can keep prevent
lice and other parasites from invading and breeding in your body.

Drill:
 Review on p 339.

Performance Task 3.1:


 Instruction: Complete your Health Contract of Good Hygiene. See p 344.

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