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Learning Area Philosophy

Learning Delivery Modality Modular Distance Modality

LESSON EXEMPLAR School West Palale National High Grade Level G11
School
Teacher Sir Dondon Agudilla Learning Area Introduction to
Philosophy of the
Human Person
Teaching Date Quarter First Quarter
Teaching Time 2:00 – 3:00PM No. of Days 4 Days (week 4)

I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, learners are expected to:


1. Notice things that are not in their proper place and organize them in an
aesthetic way.
2. Show that care for the environment contributed to health, well-being
and sustainable development.
3. Demonstrate the virtues of prudence and frugality towards
environment.
A. Content Standards The learner understands the interplay between humans and their
environments.
B. Performance Standards The learner is able to demonstrate the virtues of prudence and frugality towards
his/her environment.
C. Most Essential Learning 1. Notice things that are not in their proper place and organize them in an
Competencies ( MELC) aesthetic way (PPT11/12-Ii-4.1).
2. Show that care for the environment contributes to health, well-being and
sustainable development (PPT11/12-Ii-4.2).
3. Demonstrate the virtues of prudence and frugality towards environments
(PPT11/12-Ij-4.3).
D. Enabling Competencies
II. CONTENT
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
a. Teacher’s Guide Pages
b. Learner’s Materials Pages
c. Textbook Pages
d. Additional Materials from https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Learning Resources v=lEojQSVMIZo&list=PL9LHtzFMLPDHo0K_tVWWGy19N7hiWf2ES&index=5

https://www.conserve-energy-future.com/15-current-environmental-
problems.php
B. List of Learning Resources
for Development and
Engagement Activities
IV PROCEDURES
A. Introduction
A self-supporting college student works part time as a cashier in a restaurant to
be able to finance her studies. She earns more or less 5,000 pesos monthly
which is twice more than the amount she needs for her monthly expenses in
school. She could have bought new gadget in just three months from the extra
money she earned but she decided to open a bank account and save her money
instead.

 How would you describe this college student?


 What qualities does she possess regarding handling her finances?
 How would you relate her attitude to current environmental trends?

Let’s DISCOVER!
B. Development
In the previous example, the college student was presented as someone who
has direction and control over “her needs” versus “her wants” by being prudent
and frugal with her money.

What I know? Prudence is defined as the ability to have good judgment that allows avoidance
of dangers and risks. Meanwhile, frugality is the act of using money or other
resources wisely and practically.
To elaborate further, please refer to the table below.

What a PRUDENT person does What a FRUGAL person does


Covers good judgement Thinks before spending
Considers consequences of an action Is economical in consumption
Uses common sense and discretion Avoids waste or lavishness
Exercises caution Spares resources
Conforms to reason and decency Is never extravagant

Are these values limited to and only for human beings?


These values/virtues are not only applicable to personal setting. The
environment is also in critical need of these values in order to function
productively and efficiently. People have the responsibility to exercise prudence
and frugality not only to themselves, but also in taking care of the environment.

Disorders in the Environment and Aesthetic Organization


Noticing disorder in the environment is relatively straightforward. People are
required to employ observation to determine whether an environment is
organized or not.

Signs that may Easily Point to Environmental Disorganization


Lack of Resources. The environment is both a producer and consumer for all
species. The unavailability of a particular local byproduct may imply excessive
disturbance that is not at par with this reproduction.

Things are not in place. The environment exhibits a sense of chaos or confusion.
It does not create a place of comfort and warmth.

In times of disorganization, it is essential to fix aesthetics to make the


environment more conducive. Such ways include, re-potting, rearranging plants
or using a variety of flowers. At the end of the day, it is important that there is
no specific way of improving ghe environment aesthetically, and that it will all
come down to your perception of what is aesthetically acceptable.

The Importance of Caring for the Environments


1. The environment contributes to health and well-being,
 Some plants have medicinal properties that may aid in the removal of
pathogens in the body.
 Fruits and vegetables are good sources numerous vitamins and
minerals.
 The aesthetic properties of the environment make an excellent venue
for various exercises and activities.
2. The environment contributes to sustainable development
 The environment is the primary source of raw reources used to make all
types of food and materials.
 With appropriate techniques, the environment can reproduce and
regenerate resources that have been harvested or lost.
 The environment produces oxygen and carbon dioxide which are
necessary factors in the survivor of all living creatures on earth.

With the advent of technological advances that make life easier and almost
everything instant, the seemingly siml;e task of demonstrating prudence and
What’s IN? frugality towards the environment becomes a challenge. One mjust realize that
the processes involved in the environment are not occurring as fast as modern
technologies do. Looking deeper, exercising prudence and frugality towards the
environment is both a personal and collective issue.

Let’s TRY This!

What is IT? There are 20 Major Environmental Problems listed below. In the second
column, write how you became part of the problem. Then, in the third
column, write how are you going to contribute to the solutions to the problem

Environmental Problem How did I contribute to How can I help solve


the problem? the problem?
Pollution
Soil degradation
Global warming
Over population
Natural Resource
Depletion
Generating
Unsustainable Waste
Waste Disposal
Deforestation
Polar Ice Caps
Loss of Biodiversity
Climate Change
Ocean Acidification
The Nitrogen Cycle
Ozone Layer Depletion
Acid Rain
Water Pollution
Overfishing
Urban Sprawl
Public Health Issues
Genetic Engineering

Let’s Do This!

1. In prepraing or cooking food, how can you apply knowledge gained


from the topic “proportion” in Mathematics to ensure little to no
leftovers?
2. Write an article applying your skills in persuasive writing learned from
your English teacher, in order to educate others about proper waste
management.
3. Maximize the use of technology in wrting and publishing your
campaign poster- slogan relative to caring for the environment.
C. Engagement

What is MORE? Let’s EXPLORE!


It is no surprise to know that environment is nearing destruction because of
human acts that are not sustainable. As evidenced by climate change and
natural disasters, the environment is in great need of reconstruction and
rehabilitation. As such, many environmental groups were formed to channle the
values of prudence and frugality in their platforms. Even simple act such as “no
plastic policy” is implemented across many areas to help reduced waste and
chemicals that may harm the environment.

In your personal life, what bad habits you have been practicing that affect order
in environment? List down at least 5.

How do you think you can correct these bad habits to show care for the
environment?
D. Assimilation
What other enrichment
activities can I engage in? I am able to care for the environment but I just take it for granted.

What have I LEARNED? Below are the significant learnings I acquired from “Prudence and Frugality
(Generalization/Abstraction) Towards the Environment”
1. The need to concretize prudence and frugality in my actions.
2. I need the environment; the environment needs me.
3. I am responsible of my own action for the environment.
4. If I will become cruel to the environment, the next generation will
suffer more than I do now.
5. The practice of prudence and frugality is not limited to my
relataionship with the environment.

What I can DO?


(Evaluation of Learning) In your perspective, what other ways could be done to exercise prudence and
frugality towards the environment?

V. REFLECTION Using your Journal Notebook, write your personal insights about the topic.

Today, I see myself as a responsible steward of the environment and I am


willing to _________________________________________________________.
I can help save the future generation only if _____________________________
_________________________________________________________________.