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GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
WEEKLY LEARNING PLAN (WLP) - Week 15
SECOND QUARTER
Teacher: LIRA, RICHARD M.
Classes
Handled:
12:45 – 1:30/MW(F)
Gr-Sec: 9-DAO
3:00 – 3:45 /T/TH(F)
Gr-Sec : 9-NARRA
5:40 – 6:25/MW(F)
Gr-Sec: 9-BALITE
Advisory Class:
9-Narra
Learning Area: MAPEH 9(MUSIC)
1:30 – 2:15/MW(F)
Gr-Sec: 9-KAMAGONG
4:10 – 4:55 /T/TH(F)
Gr-Sec : 9-YAKAL
Inclusive
Dates:
November 21-25, 2022
2:15 – 3:00 /MW(F)
Gr-Sec : 9-MAHOGANY
4:55 – 5:40 /MW(F)
Gr-Sec : 9-AGOHO
Day Objectives: (MELC) Topic/s Classroom Based Activities Home Based Activity
November
21, 2022
(Monday)
Explains the performance
practice (setting,
composition, role of
composers/performers,
and audience) during
Classical Period MU9CL-
IIa-f-3
Performance
Practice During
the Classical
Musical Period
Daily Routine:
a. Prayer
b. Greetings
c. Checking of attendance
Session Proper:
Introduction
Learning Task 1: Identify the following composers by supplying the
missing letters. Write the complete name of the composers in your
notebook.
Development
Music in Classical Period The classical era is the period from 1750-1820.
It is also known as the “Age of Reason”. During that day, the cultural life
was dominated by the aristocracy, as patrons of musicians and artists
who have commonly influenced the arts.
GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
The Great Composers during the Period
Franz Joseph Haydn (1732—1809)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770- 1827)
Engagement
Learning Task 2: Answer the given questions. Write your answer in your
notebook.
A. What are the performance practices that you’ve noticed in the
article?
B. Who are the three great composers during the Classical period?
C. Which composer do you like most? Why?
D. Who supported the composers during the Classical period?
Assimilation
Learning Task 3: Write TRUE if the statement is correct. If it is incorrect,
rewrite the statement to make it correct. Do this task in your notebook.
_____1. During the Classical period, politicians supported the musicians
financially.
_____2. Mozart became poor because of financial management
problem.
_____3. Beethoven was named as “Father of Symphony”.
_____4. Haydn became a deaf composer.
_____5. Classical music was not common among the lower class because
it was played in the court during the classical period.
November2
2, 2022
(Tuesday)
Explains the performance
practice (setting,
composition, role of
composers/performers,
and audience) during
Classical Period MU9CL-
IIa-f-3
Performance
Practice During
the Classical
Musical Period
Daily Routine:
d. Prayer
e. Greetings
f. Checking of attendance
Session Proper:
Introduction
Learning Task 1: Identify the following composers by supplying the
missing letters. Write the complete name of the composers in your
notebook.
GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Development
Music in Classical Period The classical era is the period from 1750-1820.
It is also known as the “Age of Reason”. During that day, the cultural life
was dominated by the aristocracy, as patrons of musicians and artists
who have commonly influenced the arts.
The Great Composers during the Period
Franz Joseph Haydn (1732—1809)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770- 1827)
Engagement
Learning Task 2: Answer the given questions. Write your answer in your
notebook.
A. What are the performance practices that you’ve noticed in the
article?
B. Who are the three great composers during the Classical period?
C. Which composer do you like most? Why?
D. Who supported the composers during the Classical period?
Assimilation
Learning Task 3: Write TRUE if the statement is correct. If it is incorrect,
rewrite the statement to make it correct. Do this task in your notebook.
_____1. During the Classical period, politicians supported the musicians
financially.
_____2. Mozart became poor because of financial management
problem.
_____3. Beethoven was named as “Father of Symphony”.
GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
_____4. Haydn became a deaf composer.
_____5. Classical music was not common among the lower class because
it was played in the court during the classical period.
November2
3, 2022
(Wednesda
y)
Explains the performance
practice (setting,
composition, role of
composers/performers,
and audience) during
Classical Period MU9CL-
IIa-f-3
Performance
Practice During
the Classical
Musical Period
Daily Routine:
a. Prayer
b. Greetings
c. Checking of attendance
Session Proper:
Introduction
Learning Task 1: Cite the values you can derived from the stories or
lives of the three composers in the Classical era. Write your answer in
your notebook.
1. Franz Joseph Haydn
_____________________________________________________________
2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
_______________________________________________________________3. Ludwig
Van Beethoven
_______________________________________________________________
Development
Franz Joseph Haydn
Most of symphonies that he composed have its nicknames such as the
“Surprise Symphony”, “The Clock”, “The Military”. He also wrote chamber
piano music and choral works.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Some of the wonderful compositions (concertos, operas and
symphonies) of Mozart are “The Marriage of Figaro” (1786), “Don
Giovanni (1789), and “The Magic Flute” which became popular. Other
known works: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Symphony No. 40 in G Major, and
Sonata No. 11 in A Major K311.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
He has famous compositions that include: 32 piano sonatas, 21 set of
variations, 9 symphonies, 5 concertos for piano, 16 string quartets and
GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
choral music. The “Missa Solemnis” (1818-1823) and opera “Fidelio”
(1805) are included to their works. His known symphonies are:
Symphony No. 3 (Eroica), No. 5, No. 6 (Pastoral), No. 9 (Choral), which
add voices to the orchestra.
Engagement
Learning Task 2: The teacher will play the composition of the great
composer during classical period and the students will answer the
following questions.
A. “Missa Solemnis”
B. “The Marriage of Figaro”
C. “The Military”
1. What is the tempo? A_______B_______C________
2. What dynamics were used? A_______B_______C____
3. What is the texture? A_______B_______C________
4. Describe the melody? A_______B_______C________
Assimilation
Learning Task 3: Answer the following questions
1. Who is the composer of The Military?
2. Who is the composer of The Magic Flute?
3. He added voices to the orchestra.
4. The father of Symphony.
5. He developed musical themes and motifs extensively by means
of modulation. He used more brass instruments and dynamics.
November2
4, 2022
(Thursday)
Explains the performance
practice (setting,
composition, role of
composers/performers,
and audience) during
Classical Period MU9CL-
 IIa-f-3
Performance
Practice During
the Classical
Musical Period
Daily Routine:
d. Prayer
e. Greetings
f. Checking of attendance
Session Proper:
Introduction
Learning Task 1: Cite the values you can derived from the stories or
lives of the three composers in the Classical era. Write your answer in
your notebook.
GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
1. Franz Joseph Haydn
_____________________________________________________________
2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
_______________________________________________________________3. Ludwig
Van Beethoven
_______________________________________________________________
Development
Franz Joseph Haydn
Most of symphonies that he composed have its nicknames such as the
“Surprise Symphony”, “The Clock”, “The Military”. He also wrote chamber
piano music and choral works.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Some of the wonderful compositions (concertos, operas and
symphonies) of Mozart are “The Marriage of Figaro” (1786), “Don
Giovanni (1789), and “The Magic Flute” which became popular. Other
known works: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Symphony No. 40 in G Major, and
Sonata No. 11 in A Major K311.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
He has famous compositions that include: 32 piano sonatas, 21 set of
variations, 9 symphonies, 5 concertos for piano, 16 string quartets and
choral music. The “Missa Solemnis” (1818-1823) and opera “Fidelio”
(1805) are included to their works. His known symphonies are:
Symphony No. 3 (Eroica), No. 5, No. 6 (Pastoral), No. 9 (Choral), which
add voices to the orchestra.
Engagement
Learning Task 2: The teacher will play the composition of the great
composer during classical period and the students will answer the
following questions.
D. “Missa Solemnis”
E. “The Marriage of Figaro”
F. “The Military”
5. What is the tempo? A_______B_______C________
GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
6. What dynamics were used? A_______B_______C____
7. What is the texture? A_______B_______C________
8. Describe the melody? A_______B_______C________
Assimilation
Learning Task 3: Answer the following questions
6. Who is the composer of The Military?
7. Who is the composer of The Magic Flute?
8. He added voices to the orchestra.
9. The father of Symphony.
10. He developed musical themes and motifs extensively by means
of modulation. He used more brass instruments and dynamics.
November2
5, 2022
(Friday)
Performs selected music
from the Classical period
MU9CL-IIb-h-7
Classical Music
Daily Routine:
g. Prayer
h. Greetings
i. Checking of attendance
Session Proper:
The teacher
Introduction
Short quiz
A. Choose the letter of the correct answer. Write your answer in your
notebook.
1. Classical period is also known as ___________________.
A. Dark Ages C. Rebirth B. Age of Reason D. Pearl of Irregular Shape
2. It is an era from 1750-1820.
A. Baroque Era C. Renaissance Era B. Classical Era D. Medieval Era
3. Which is TRUE about the “Age of Reason”?
A. The cultural life was dominated by the aristocracy, as patrons of
musicians and artist who has commonly influenced the arts.
B. The period of “looking back” to the Golden Age of Greece and Rome.
C. The arts highlighted grandiose and elaborate ornamentation. D. The
musical terms and concepts that evolved in this era are still used today.
4. Who does not belong to the group?
GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
A. Franz Joseph Haydn
B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
C. Ludwig Van Beethoven
D. Johann Sebastian Bach
5. Which is TRUE about the music during the Classical period?
A. There is significant changes in musical forms and style were made.
B. The music became popular as entrainment and activity for amateurs
and the educated.
C. The imitation among voices is common.
D. The melodic lines move in flowing manner.
Development
The teacher will assist the students about the performance task.
Engagement
Learning Task 1: Perform the activity below. Let’s have “Story Singing”.
Procedure:
1. Create an original story and turn it into a song by adapting a tune or
music (of your choice) of the Classical era.
2. You can create or improvise an instrumental or rhythmic
accompaniment for your song.
3. (Optional). Record your performance using a cell phone or any
device that you have and send it your teacher through email or
messenger. You may ask assistance from our guardian, parents or even
your teacher.
Criteria for Rating
1. Choice of music (must be a Classical Period piece) 30%
2. Originality (use own concept) 30%
3. Voice Quality (pitch, projection) 40% Total 100%
Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by:
Richard M. Lira
Teacher I
Evelyn T. Dancel
Department Chairwoman
Noel F. Perez
Head Teacher I
GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Approved by:
Esmalia P. Cabalang Ed. D.
Principal III

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WEEKLY-LEARNING-PLAN-Q2week15.docx

  • 1. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY LEARNING PLAN (WLP) - Week 15 SECOND QUARTER Teacher: LIRA, RICHARD M. Classes Handled: 12:45 – 1:30/MW(F) Gr-Sec: 9-DAO 3:00 – 3:45 /T/TH(F) Gr-Sec : 9-NARRA 5:40 – 6:25/MW(F) Gr-Sec: 9-BALITE Advisory Class: 9-Narra Learning Area: MAPEH 9(MUSIC) 1:30 – 2:15/MW(F) Gr-Sec: 9-KAMAGONG 4:10 – 4:55 /T/TH(F) Gr-Sec : 9-YAKAL Inclusive Dates: November 21-25, 2022 2:15 – 3:00 /MW(F) Gr-Sec : 9-MAHOGANY 4:55 – 5:40 /MW(F) Gr-Sec : 9-AGOHO Day Objectives: (MELC) Topic/s Classroom Based Activities Home Based Activity November 21, 2022 (Monday) Explains the performance practice (setting, composition, role of composers/performers, and audience) during Classical Period MU9CL- IIa-f-3 Performance Practice During the Classical Musical Period Daily Routine: a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Checking of attendance Session Proper: Introduction Learning Task 1: Identify the following composers by supplying the missing letters. Write the complete name of the composers in your notebook. Development Music in Classical Period The classical era is the period from 1750-1820. It is also known as the “Age of Reason”. During that day, the cultural life was dominated by the aristocracy, as patrons of musicians and artists who have commonly influenced the arts.
  • 2. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL The Great Composers during the Period Franz Joseph Haydn (1732—1809) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770- 1827) Engagement Learning Task 2: Answer the given questions. Write your answer in your notebook. A. What are the performance practices that you’ve noticed in the article? B. Who are the three great composers during the Classical period? C. Which composer do you like most? Why? D. Who supported the composers during the Classical period? Assimilation Learning Task 3: Write TRUE if the statement is correct. If it is incorrect, rewrite the statement to make it correct. Do this task in your notebook. _____1. During the Classical period, politicians supported the musicians financially. _____2. Mozart became poor because of financial management problem. _____3. Beethoven was named as “Father of Symphony”. _____4. Haydn became a deaf composer. _____5. Classical music was not common among the lower class because it was played in the court during the classical period. November2 2, 2022 (Tuesday) Explains the performance practice (setting, composition, role of composers/performers, and audience) during Classical Period MU9CL- IIa-f-3 Performance Practice During the Classical Musical Period Daily Routine: d. Prayer e. Greetings f. Checking of attendance Session Proper: Introduction Learning Task 1: Identify the following composers by supplying the missing letters. Write the complete name of the composers in your notebook.
  • 3. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Development Music in Classical Period The classical era is the period from 1750-1820. It is also known as the “Age of Reason”. During that day, the cultural life was dominated by the aristocracy, as patrons of musicians and artists who have commonly influenced the arts. The Great Composers during the Period Franz Joseph Haydn (1732—1809) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770- 1827) Engagement Learning Task 2: Answer the given questions. Write your answer in your notebook. A. What are the performance practices that you’ve noticed in the article? B. Who are the three great composers during the Classical period? C. Which composer do you like most? Why? D. Who supported the composers during the Classical period? Assimilation Learning Task 3: Write TRUE if the statement is correct. If it is incorrect, rewrite the statement to make it correct. Do this task in your notebook. _____1. During the Classical period, politicians supported the musicians financially. _____2. Mozart became poor because of financial management problem. _____3. Beethoven was named as “Father of Symphony”.
  • 4. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL _____4. Haydn became a deaf composer. _____5. Classical music was not common among the lower class because it was played in the court during the classical period. November2 3, 2022 (Wednesda y) Explains the performance practice (setting, composition, role of composers/performers, and audience) during Classical Period MU9CL- IIa-f-3 Performance Practice During the Classical Musical Period Daily Routine: a. Prayer b. Greetings c. Checking of attendance Session Proper: Introduction Learning Task 1: Cite the values you can derived from the stories or lives of the three composers in the Classical era. Write your answer in your notebook. 1. Franz Joseph Haydn _____________________________________________________________ 2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart _______________________________________________________________3. Ludwig Van Beethoven _______________________________________________________________ Development Franz Joseph Haydn Most of symphonies that he composed have its nicknames such as the “Surprise Symphony”, “The Clock”, “The Military”. He also wrote chamber piano music and choral works. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Some of the wonderful compositions (concertos, operas and symphonies) of Mozart are “The Marriage of Figaro” (1786), “Don Giovanni (1789), and “The Magic Flute” which became popular. Other known works: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Symphony No. 40 in G Major, and Sonata No. 11 in A Major K311. Ludwig Van Beethoven He has famous compositions that include: 32 piano sonatas, 21 set of variations, 9 symphonies, 5 concertos for piano, 16 string quartets and
  • 5. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL choral music. The “Missa Solemnis” (1818-1823) and opera “Fidelio” (1805) are included to their works. His known symphonies are: Symphony No. 3 (Eroica), No. 5, No. 6 (Pastoral), No. 9 (Choral), which add voices to the orchestra. Engagement Learning Task 2: The teacher will play the composition of the great composer during classical period and the students will answer the following questions. A. “Missa Solemnis” B. “The Marriage of Figaro” C. “The Military” 1. What is the tempo? A_______B_______C________ 2. What dynamics were used? A_______B_______C____ 3. What is the texture? A_______B_______C________ 4. Describe the melody? A_______B_______C________ Assimilation Learning Task 3: Answer the following questions 1. Who is the composer of The Military? 2. Who is the composer of The Magic Flute? 3. He added voices to the orchestra. 4. The father of Symphony. 5. He developed musical themes and motifs extensively by means of modulation. He used more brass instruments and dynamics. November2 4, 2022 (Thursday) Explains the performance practice (setting, composition, role of composers/performers, and audience) during Classical Period MU9CL-  IIa-f-3 Performance Practice During the Classical Musical Period Daily Routine: d. Prayer e. Greetings f. Checking of attendance Session Proper: Introduction Learning Task 1: Cite the values you can derived from the stories or lives of the three composers in the Classical era. Write your answer in your notebook.
  • 6. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 1. Franz Joseph Haydn _____________________________________________________________ 2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart _______________________________________________________________3. Ludwig Van Beethoven _______________________________________________________________ Development Franz Joseph Haydn Most of symphonies that he composed have its nicknames such as the “Surprise Symphony”, “The Clock”, “The Military”. He also wrote chamber piano music and choral works. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Some of the wonderful compositions (concertos, operas and symphonies) of Mozart are “The Marriage of Figaro” (1786), “Don Giovanni (1789), and “The Magic Flute” which became popular. Other known works: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Symphony No. 40 in G Major, and Sonata No. 11 in A Major K311. Ludwig Van Beethoven He has famous compositions that include: 32 piano sonatas, 21 set of variations, 9 symphonies, 5 concertos for piano, 16 string quartets and choral music. The “Missa Solemnis” (1818-1823) and opera “Fidelio” (1805) are included to their works. His known symphonies are: Symphony No. 3 (Eroica), No. 5, No. 6 (Pastoral), No. 9 (Choral), which add voices to the orchestra. Engagement Learning Task 2: The teacher will play the composition of the great composer during classical period and the students will answer the following questions. D. “Missa Solemnis” E. “The Marriage of Figaro” F. “The Military” 5. What is the tempo? A_______B_______C________
  • 7. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 6. What dynamics were used? A_______B_______C____ 7. What is the texture? A_______B_______C________ 8. Describe the melody? A_______B_______C________ Assimilation Learning Task 3: Answer the following questions 6. Who is the composer of The Military? 7. Who is the composer of The Magic Flute? 8. He added voices to the orchestra. 9. The father of Symphony. 10. He developed musical themes and motifs extensively by means of modulation. He used more brass instruments and dynamics. November2 5, 2022 (Friday) Performs selected music from the Classical period MU9CL-IIb-h-7 Classical Music Daily Routine: g. Prayer h. Greetings i. Checking of attendance Session Proper: The teacher Introduction Short quiz A. Choose the letter of the correct answer. Write your answer in your notebook. 1. Classical period is also known as ___________________. A. Dark Ages C. Rebirth B. Age of Reason D. Pearl of Irregular Shape 2. It is an era from 1750-1820. A. Baroque Era C. Renaissance Era B. Classical Era D. Medieval Era 3. Which is TRUE about the “Age of Reason”? A. The cultural life was dominated by the aristocracy, as patrons of musicians and artist who has commonly influenced the arts. B. The period of “looking back” to the Golden Age of Greece and Rome. C. The arts highlighted grandiose and elaborate ornamentation. D. The musical terms and concepts that evolved in this era are still used today. 4. Who does not belong to the group?
  • 8. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL A. Franz Joseph Haydn B. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart C. Ludwig Van Beethoven D. Johann Sebastian Bach 5. Which is TRUE about the music during the Classical period? A. There is significant changes in musical forms and style were made. B. The music became popular as entrainment and activity for amateurs and the educated. C. The imitation among voices is common. D. The melodic lines move in flowing manner. Development The teacher will assist the students about the performance task. Engagement Learning Task 1: Perform the activity below. Let’s have “Story Singing”. Procedure: 1. Create an original story and turn it into a song by adapting a tune or music (of your choice) of the Classical era. 2. You can create or improvise an instrumental or rhythmic accompaniment for your song. 3. (Optional). Record your performance using a cell phone or any device that you have and send it your teacher through email or messenger. You may ask assistance from our guardian, parents or even your teacher. Criteria for Rating 1. Choice of music (must be a Classical Period piece) 30% 2. Originality (use own concept) 30% 3. Voice Quality (pitch, projection) 40% Total 100% Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by: Richard M. Lira Teacher I Evelyn T. Dancel Department Chairwoman Noel F. Perez Head Teacher I
  • 9. GENERAL LICERIO GERONIMO MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Approved by: Esmalia P. Cabalang Ed. D. Principal III