SlideShare a Scribd company logo
1 of 13
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards
The learners demonstrate an understanding of politics and political science,governance, political
ideologies,power, states, nations, and globalization.
B. Performance Standards
The learners shall be able to clearly identify a specificpolitical phenomenonand how it can be studied.
C. Learning
Competencies/Objective
s
Write the LC code for
each
Articulate the
definition of politics.
and
Differentiate the various
views on politics.
HUMSS_PG12-Ia1
HUMSS_PG12-Ia2
Explore the connection between
the phenomenon (politics) and
the method of inquiry (Political
Science)
HUMSS_PG12-Ia-3
Recognize the
value of politics.
HUMSS_PG12-Ia-4
Students differentiate government
from governance.
HUMSS_PG12-Ia-5
II. CONTENT
1.1 The meaning of politics.
1.2 Various views on
politics
1.1 The connection between
Politics and Political Science.
1.1 The value of Politics. 1.1 The difference between
governance and government.
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
Grades 11 to
12 DAILY
LESSON LOG
School Victoria National High School-
Senior High School
Grade Level
Grade 11
Teacher
RICHARD G. BABAS
Learning Area Philippine Politics and
Governance
TeachingDates and Time WEEK 1 August30-September
2, 2022
Quarter
1st
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials
from Learning
Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning
Resources
Philippines Politics and
Governance by: Rhene
Tabajen and Erlinda
Pulma, pp: 1-3
Philippines Politics and
Governance by: Rhene Tabajen
and
Erlinda Pulma, pp: 3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j
QK0Xbfel-M
Philippines Politics and
Governance by:
Rhene Tabajen and Erlinda
Pulma pp. 45
http://youtube/ukqBly7AZSc
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous
lesson or presenting
the new lesson
(5 minutes)
Teacher welcomes the
class and introduces
himself/herself.
Initializing…
Teacher tells the
students: “I am the
teacher and I am the
boss in this class, so
you will
have to follow me…”
Pair and Share
Ask the students to pair
with their seatmate and
share what they felt
after hearing the
teacher’s remark..
(2 minutes)
4 Pics 1 Word: Four pictures will be
shown to students at a time. The
students shall find the connection of
the pictures. A word that connects
the pictures will be guessed by the
students.
Answer: NATION
Answer: DEBATE
(3 minutes)
Think-Pair-Share
Each student should
take a partner wherein
partner A
reviews information with
partner B for 1 minute
and vice versa.
They have to discuss
what they think about the
phenomenon
(politics) and the method
of inquiry (Political
Science)
(5 minutes)
“KAW NA” . Name of the
student will be flashed and will
be asked questions to review
previous lessons.
Answer: POLITICS
B. Establishing a purpose
for the lesson
(5 minutes)
Video Clip Viewing
Before teacher plays
a 5minute video clip,
he poses the following
questions:
a. how did the
speaker define politics?
b. what are the
concepts cited to explain
what politics is?
(10 minutes) Role
Group the class into four
groups and ask them to
identify an article from the
newspaper about politics
based on the lesson taken
yesterday. From their chosen
article, a representative from
each group will have to share
awareness our present
politics.
( 5 minutes)
Picture Analysis
The
teacher presents a picture
to the class. The learners
answers the following
guide questions:
1. What can be seen in
the picture?
2. What does the
picture depict?
.
(4 minutes)
A short video clip will be shown to
present about government and
governance.
http://youtube/ukqBly7AZSc
C. Presenting
examples/instances
of the new lesson
(5 minutes)
Semantic Web Map
Ask the students to give
words associated to the
word “ Politics”.
(10 minutes)
Present a video clip that
discusses
political science
Ask:
Why do you think we study
politics? What are the
differences and the
connection between politics
and Political Science?
( 5 minutes )
A WORLD WITHOUT
POLITICS:
The student will
engage themselves with
an analysis of different
scenario in different type of
organization where in the
student can see the value
of politics.
1.Barangay
2.Classroom
3.Family
4.Work Colleagues
5.Peer (Barkadahan)
(10 minutes)
GRAFFITI .Each group will be
asked to write significant words
that will describe the video they
saw on the cut-out paper and stick
it to the wall.
D. Discussing new
concepts and practicing
new skills #1
(30 minutes)
Based on the
Semantic Web Map
you have
conceptualized,
define politics in
relation with the terms
provided by the
students.
Discussion:
The meaning of
politics
• Politics is the
study of (who gets
what, when and how)
as Harold Laswell
states.
• Politics is the
exercise of power, the
science of
government, the
making of collective
decisions, the
allocation of scarce
resources and the
practice of deception
and manipulation.
Characteristics of
politics
( Shieveley, 2013)
1. Politics always
involves the making
of collective decisions
for group of people.
(8 minutes)
Group Mo, Post Mo: Group
the class to three teams.
Concepts that define politics
and Political Science are
jumbled. Those concepts are
written separately in pieces of
bond paper which will be
given to each group. Each
student is given the chance to
post the concepts where they
belong, whether to politics or
Political Science. A time limit
is set on this game.
POLITICS
- the actual process of
how humans interact in
groups
- constitute man’s
activities in the real
world
- the practices of elective
and non-elective
political systems
- the process by which
people try to influence
the government
- the process by which
the government
decides which policies
will be enacted
- the practice of state
and government
- issues, problems, and
activities taking place
in society
(20 minutes)
With the aid of a power
point presentation the
teacher will
discuss the following
The values of politics.
1. Politics helps you to
know your rights
2. Politics clarifies
what you yourself believe.
3 .Politics is a living,
breathing subject.
4. Politics helps you to
understand our nation’s
parties.
5. Politics prepares
you for adult life.
. (5 minutes)
PICK MO ‘TO. Two
representative from each group
will have to pick and identify one
significant word which refers to
government and another to
governance.
2. Those decisions
are made by some
members of the
group, exercising
power over other
members of the group
- day-to-day actual
activities of the
government
- relative (varying)
- everyone is involved
POLITICAL SCIENCE
- the scientific study of
politics
- study of politics,
political systems, and
governments
- focuses on the theory
and practice of
government
- theory of state and
government
- seeks to study the
origin, nature and
functions of the state,
government and its all
organs
- universal studied by
few
E. Discussing new
concepts and practicing
new skills #2
(5 minutes)
Pass the Mic: The
teacher will show in
detail the different
definitions of politics and
Political
Science. Each student will be
asked to read the concept
one-by-one while passing the
mic.
. ( 7 minutes)
The teacher will discuss with the
aid of a power point presentation
about the concept of governance
which is defined as the process of
decision-making and the process
by which decisions are
implemented. While government
is defined as the group of people
with the authority to govern a
country or state; a particular
ministry in office. (Oxford
Dictionary)
Characteristics of good
governance:
( UNESCO for Asia and the
Pacific)
1.Participation
2.Rule of Law
3.Transparency
4.Responsiveness
5.Consensus Oriented
6.Effectiveness and efficiency
7.Accountability
F. Developing mastery
(leads to Formative
Assessment 3)
(7 minutes)
Group Work:
Politikanta
The class is divided into
four groups. Each group
shall think of a line from a
Tagalog song depicting
political statement. A
representative would
present and explain to
the class what is political
about the song’s lyrics
that they have chosen.
(10 minutes)
May Konek: The students will
be grouped to 6 teams. Each
team will answer the question
in a manila paper.
Ask: “Explain the connection
or relation of politics and
Political Science.”
( 5 minute )
(GAME) Like or Unlike
The students will be
presented with different
scenarios and they will
determine if it show the
value of politics or not.
I.
(5 minutes)
Read and recite. IT BULAGA!
The student will have to answer
the question
stick under their table, if they got
a smiley face then they WON and
needs to answer the question on
their paper.
G. Finding practical
applications of
concepts and skills in
daily living
(5 minutes)
a. How would you
use the concepts in
politics to improve
relationships with your
family and friends?
b. How is politics
practiced in getting what
you want?
(5 minutes)
Ask the students:
Why do you think that it is
necessary for students who
aspire to be lawyers to take
Political Science?
((20 minutes)
THE WORLD WITH
POLITICS ROLE
PLAYING. The student
will be divided into 4 groups
and will present how
politics is valued in each
organization assigned to
them.
1. Family
2. Classroom/ School
3. Peer (Barkadahan)
4. Barangay
5. Work Place
(colleagues)
RUBRICS
10 pts - Content
5 pts – Creativity
5 pts – Showmanship
(10 minutes)
The teacher will facilitate a
SYMPOSIUM where each group
will have to discuss the
government assigned to them (
MARCOS, C. AQUINO, ,RAMOS,
MACAPAGAL-ARROYO , B.
AQUINO & DUTERTE) and the
kind of governance it practiced in
the Philippines.
GUIDE QUESTIONS:
1. Is there a governance
structure in place?
2. If so, what it is? Does it
work? How does it work? How it
can be improved?
3. If not, what do you think
might be needed?
20 pts TOTAL
H. Making generalizations
and abstractions about
the lesson
2 minutes (5 minutes)
Ask the students:
(4 minutes)
The teacher will facilitate
“Minute Papers” will allow
an
( 5 minutes)
Ask the students: What is the
difference of government and
governance?
Politics is about human
relationships. It is how
humans behave
differently when dealing
with others when there is
cooperation, competition
and conflict. *(and other
social interactions
What is your own definition of
politics and of Political
Science?
Politics is the actual process
of how humans interact in
groups while political science
is the study of the fromer.
end-of-class reflection in
which the students write
briefly to answer the
questions: “What did you
learn today?”” And What
questions do you still
have?”
GOVERNMENT is merely an
instrument for the purpose of
governance while GOVERNANCE
is the exercise of political,
economic, and administrative
authority to manage a nation’s
affairs.. Governance embraces all
of the methods--- good and bad --
--- the societies use to distribute
power and manage public
resources and problems.
I. Evaluating learning (10 mins)
Essay:
Song Analysis
A music video will be
played. Students will
analyze by answering the
question; “How is politics
defined in Philippine
setting and what is your
political view about the
music video?”
Criteria for Grading
Content - 60%
(12 points)
Grammar - 20% (4
points)
Clarity - 20% (4
points)
100% 20
points
(5 minutes)
QUIZ (True of False)
1. Politics is the actual
process of how
humans interact in
groups.
2. Political Science is the
process by which
people try
to influence their
government.
3. Political science seeks
to study the origin,
nature and functions of
the State, Government
and its all organs.
4. Politics is universal and
is always the same.
5. Politics involve issues,
problems, and activities
taking place in the
society.
ANSWERS
1. True 5. True
2. False
3. True
4. False
( 7 min)
Slogan Making
( 5 groups)
Create a SLOGAN that will
established how the good
politics can be applied in
our daily life. SLOGAN
shall be displayed in the
classroom for at least 2
weeks.
The activity will be scored
with the following rubrics:
RUBRICS for the
SLOGAN
10 pts - Relevance to the
Topic
5 pts – Creativity
5 pts – Neatness
20 pts TOTAL
( 6 minutes)
QUIZ(10 PTS.)In a ½ cross-wise
paper, the students will have to
illustrate a
VENN DIAGRAM of government
and governance.
J. Additional activities for
application or
remediation
Assignment: Bring any old
newspaper for tomorrow’s
activity.
Assignment: Review the lesson (3 minutes)
ASSIGNMENT:
Ask the student to bring a picture
of a known political leader may it
be local.
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who
earned 80% in the
evaluation
B. No. of learners who
require additional
activities for remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners
who have caught up with
the lesson
D. No. of learners who
continue to require
remediation
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked 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 I
wish to share with other
teachers?
Prepared by: Checked by: Noted:
RICHARD G. BABAS CHARISMA F. GANDUA DOMINGO R. BALDOVINO
Teacher II Master Teacher II/ G11 Chairman Principal III

More Related Content

What's hot

Ideas in social sciences
Ideas in social sciencesIdeas in social sciences
Ideas in social sciencesAllanBasuga
 
DONE PPG_mod3_Power Nature, Dimensions, Types and Consequences (1).pptx
DONE PPG_mod3_Power  Nature, Dimensions, Types  and Consequences (1).pptxDONE PPG_mod3_Power  Nature, Dimensions, Types  and Consequences (1).pptx
DONE PPG_mod3_Power Nature, Dimensions, Types and Consequences (1).pptxLalineHerrero
 
Week 1 concept, relationship, and importance of politics, governance, and g...
Week 1   concept, relationship, and importance of politics, governance, and g...Week 1   concept, relationship, and importance of politics, governance, and g...
Week 1 concept, relationship, and importance of politics, governance, and g...Joseph Ramiscal
 
Concepts, Relations and Importance of Politics and Governance
Concepts, Relations and Importance of Politics and GovernanceConcepts, Relations and Importance of Politics and Governance
Concepts, Relations and Importance of Politics and GovernanceMary Grace Ayade
 
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP (2).pdf
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP (2).pdf3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP (2).pdf
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP (2).pdfGrAceMalubag
 
SHS Powerpoint Power(POLITICS)
SHS Powerpoint Power(POLITICS)SHS Powerpoint Power(POLITICS)
SHS Powerpoint Power(POLITICS)Walter Colega
 
SHS Powerpoint: Decentralization and local governance (politics)
SHS Powerpoint: Decentralization and local governance (politics) SHS Powerpoint: Decentralization and local governance (politics)
SHS Powerpoint: Decentralization and local governance (politics) Walter Colega
 
Trends, Network and Critical Thinking 2 Understanding Local Networks
Trends, Network and Critical Thinking 2 Understanding Local NetworksTrends, Network and Critical Thinking 2 Understanding Local Networks
Trends, Network and Critical Thinking 2 Understanding Local NetworksEman Bustamante
 
UCSP-State and Non State Institutions.pptx
UCSP-State and Non State Institutions.pptxUCSP-State and Non State Institutions.pptx
UCSP-State and Non State Institutions.pptxEfrelMaeCabonot
 
Lesson 9 r- The Role of LGU
Lesson 9 r- The Role of LGULesson 9 r- The Role of LGU
Lesson 9 r- The Role of LGUMiss Chey
 
State and Non-State Institution.pdf
State and Non-State Institution.pdfState and Non-State Institution.pdf
State and Non-State Institution.pdfAldrinDeocares
 
LESSON 2 PHILIPPINE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE.pptx
LESSON 2 PHILIPPINE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE.pptxLESSON 2 PHILIPPINE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE.pptx
LESSON 2 PHILIPPINE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE.pptxMaseilleFransquatJBa
 
SHS Powerpoint Nation,State,Globalisation(POLITICS)
SHS Powerpoint Nation,State,Globalisation(POLITICS)SHS Powerpoint Nation,State,Globalisation(POLITICS)
SHS Powerpoint Nation,State,Globalisation(POLITICS)Walter Colega
 
[Lesson 1] UCSP: Some Key Observations
[Lesson 1] UCSP: Some Key Observations[Lesson 1] UCSP: Some Key Observations
[Lesson 1] UCSP: Some Key ObservationsPsykherynne Duque
 
PPG state, nation and globalization.pptx
PPG state, nation and globalization.pptxPPG state, nation and globalization.pptx
PPG state, nation and globalization.pptxAiza Santos
 
Diss lesson 2 - introducing anthro & econ
Diss   lesson 2 - introducing anthro & econDiss   lesson 2 - introducing anthro & econ
Diss lesson 2 - introducing anthro & econMaryjoydailo
 
Lesson 6 -Executive Department
Lesson 6 -Executive DepartmentLesson 6 -Executive Department
Lesson 6 -Executive DepartmentMiss Chey
 

What's hot (20)

Ideas in social sciences
Ideas in social sciencesIdeas in social sciences
Ideas in social sciences
 
DONE PPG_mod3_Power Nature, Dimensions, Types and Consequences (1).pptx
DONE PPG_mod3_Power  Nature, Dimensions, Types  and Consequences (1).pptxDONE PPG_mod3_Power  Nature, Dimensions, Types  and Consequences (1).pptx
DONE PPG_mod3_Power Nature, Dimensions, Types and Consequences (1).pptx
 
Module 7: THE LEGISLATIVE
Module 7: THE LEGISLATIVEModule 7: THE LEGISLATIVE
Module 7: THE LEGISLATIVE
 
Week 1 concept, relationship, and importance of politics, governance, and g...
Week 1   concept, relationship, and importance of politics, governance, and g...Week 1   concept, relationship, and importance of politics, governance, and g...
Week 1 concept, relationship, and importance of politics, governance, and g...
 
Concepts, Relations and Importance of Politics and Governance
Concepts, Relations and Importance of Politics and GovernanceConcepts, Relations and Importance of Politics and Governance
Concepts, Relations and Importance of Politics and Governance
 
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP (2).pdf
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP (2).pdf3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP (2).pdf
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP (2).pdf
 
SHS Powerpoint Power(POLITICS)
SHS Powerpoint Power(POLITICS)SHS Powerpoint Power(POLITICS)
SHS Powerpoint Power(POLITICS)
 
SHS Powerpoint: Decentralization and local governance (politics)
SHS Powerpoint: Decentralization and local governance (politics) SHS Powerpoint: Decentralization and local governance (politics)
SHS Powerpoint: Decentralization and local governance (politics)
 
Trends, Network and Critical Thinking 2 Understanding Local Networks
Trends, Network and Critical Thinking 2 Understanding Local NetworksTrends, Network and Critical Thinking 2 Understanding Local Networks
Trends, Network and Critical Thinking 2 Understanding Local Networks
 
UCSP-State and Non State Institutions.pptx
UCSP-State and Non State Institutions.pptxUCSP-State and Non State Institutions.pptx
UCSP-State and Non State Institutions.pptx
 
Lesson 9 r- The Role of LGU
Lesson 9 r- The Role of LGULesson 9 r- The Role of LGU
Lesson 9 r- The Role of LGU
 
State and Non-State Institution.pdf
State and Non-State Institution.pdfState and Non-State Institution.pdf
State and Non-State Institution.pdf
 
Module 6: THE EXECUTIVE
Module 6: THE EXECUTIVEModule 6: THE EXECUTIVE
Module 6: THE EXECUTIVE
 
LESSON 2 PHILIPPINE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE.pptx
LESSON 2 PHILIPPINE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE.pptxLESSON 2 PHILIPPINE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE.pptx
LESSON 2 PHILIPPINE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE.pptx
 
SHS Powerpoint Nation,State,Globalisation(POLITICS)
SHS Powerpoint Nation,State,Globalisation(POLITICS)SHS Powerpoint Nation,State,Globalisation(POLITICS)
SHS Powerpoint Nation,State,Globalisation(POLITICS)
 
[Lesson 1] UCSP: Some Key Observations
[Lesson 1] UCSP: Some Key Observations[Lesson 1] UCSP: Some Key Observations
[Lesson 1] UCSP: Some Key Observations
 
Module 3: POWER
Module 3: POWERModule 3: POWER
Module 3: POWER
 
PPG state, nation and globalization.pptx
PPG state, nation and globalization.pptxPPG state, nation and globalization.pptx
PPG state, nation and globalization.pptx
 
Diss lesson 2 - introducing anthro & econ
Diss   lesson 2 - introducing anthro & econDiss   lesson 2 - introducing anthro & econ
Diss lesson 2 - introducing anthro & econ
 
Lesson 6 -Executive Department
Lesson 6 -Executive DepartmentLesson 6 -Executive Department
Lesson 6 -Executive Department
 

Similar to Understanding Politics Through Political Science

toaz.info-diss-dll-4-pr_461f2f9cd76bb6ebc585f21f3f760cd1.pdf
toaz.info-diss-dll-4-pr_461f2f9cd76bb6ebc585f21f3f760cd1.pdftoaz.info-diss-dll-4-pr_461f2f9cd76bb6ebc585f21f3f760cd1.pdf
toaz.info-diss-dll-4-pr_461f2f9cd76bb6ebc585f21f3f760cd1.pdfCHRISTIANVILLAMARTIN2
 
Ppg week j philippine judiciary
Ppg week j   philippine judiciaryPpg week j   philippine judiciary
Ppg week j philippine judiciaryAldhe Cruz
 
PPG Week j - Philippine Judiciary.pdf
PPG Week j - Philippine Judiciary.pdfPPG Week j - Philippine Judiciary.pdf
PPG Week j - Philippine Judiciary.pdfChristineJoyMaranan2
 
UCSP Daily Lesson Log week 4.docx
UCSP Daily Lesson Log week 4.docxUCSP Daily Lesson Log week 4.docx
UCSP Daily Lesson Log week 4.docxAilenLaguda1
 
Unit plan government week 1
Unit plan government week 1Unit plan government week 1
Unit plan government week 1Muno Abubakar
 
Unit plan government week 1
Unit plan government week 1Unit plan government week 1
Unit plan government week 1Muno Abubakar
 
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP2.docx
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP2.docx3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP2.docx
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP2.docxErinRoelle
 
Political Science 2 – Comparative Politics - Power Point #1
Political Science 2 – Comparative Politics - Power Point #1Political Science 2 – Comparative Politics - Power Point #1
Political Science 2 – Comparative Politics - Power Point #1John Paul Tabakian
 
Historical and Modern Political Media
Historical and Modern Political Media Historical and Modern Political Media
Historical and Modern Political Media alidamef
 
Pols2powerpoint1 130102145207-phpapp02
Pols2powerpoint1 130102145207-phpapp02Pols2powerpoint1 130102145207-phpapp02
Pols2powerpoint1 130102145207-phpapp02jobarrs
 
Lesson Navigator: Charting the Course for Learning Success
Lesson Navigator: Charting the Course for Learning SuccessLesson Navigator: Charting the Course for Learning Success
Lesson Navigator: Charting the Course for Learning Successssuserd72ec21
 
UNIT 1 LESSON 1: POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
UNIT 1 LESSON 1: POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCEUNIT 1 LESSON 1: POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
UNIT 1 LESSON 1: POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCEwena henorga
 
CP 501 LECTURE ONE political science annavvsnsnvbshbsbbbshnsbhshjsjvshhsjsjbs...
CP 501 LECTURE ONE political science annavvsnsnvbshbsbbbshnsbhshjsjvshhsjsjbs...CP 501 LECTURE ONE political science annavvsnsnvbshbsbbbshnsbhshjsjvshhsjsjbs...
CP 501 LECTURE ONE political science annavvsnsnvbshbsbbbshnsbhshjsjvshhsjsjbs...DishuSingh8
 
Unit plan government week 2
Unit plan government week 2Unit plan government week 2
Unit plan government week 2Muno Abubakar
 
PPG Week h - The Executive (1).pdf
PPG Week h - The Executive (1).pdfPPG Week h - The Executive (1).pdf
PPG Week h - The Executive (1).pdfChristineJoyMaranan2
 
Lesson Plan Disciplines or branches of social sciences
Lesson Plan Disciplines or branches of social sciencesLesson Plan Disciplines or branches of social sciences
Lesson Plan Disciplines or branches of social sciencesEmerlyn Lincallo
 

Similar to Understanding Politics Through Political Science (20)

toaz.info-diss-dll-4-pr_461f2f9cd76bb6ebc585f21f3f760cd1.pdf
toaz.info-diss-dll-4-pr_461f2f9cd76bb6ebc585f21f3f760cd1.pdftoaz.info-diss-dll-4-pr_461f2f9cd76bb6ebc585f21f3f760cd1.pdf
toaz.info-diss-dll-4-pr_461f2f9cd76bb6ebc585f21f3f760cd1.pdf
 
Ppg week j philippine judiciary
Ppg week j   philippine judiciaryPpg week j   philippine judiciary
Ppg week j philippine judiciary
 
dlp-diss-week-1.pptx
dlp-diss-week-1.pptxdlp-diss-week-1.pptx
dlp-diss-week-1.pptx
 
PPG Week j - Philippine Judiciary.pdf
PPG Week j - Philippine Judiciary.pdfPPG Week j - Philippine Judiciary.pdf
PPG Week j - Philippine Judiciary.pdf
 
UCSP Daily Lesson Log week 4.docx
UCSP Daily Lesson Log week 4.docxUCSP Daily Lesson Log week 4.docx
UCSP Daily Lesson Log week 4.docx
 
lesson plan pol 2.docx
lesson plan pol 2.docxlesson plan pol 2.docx
lesson plan pol 2.docx
 
Unit plan government week 1
Unit plan government week 1Unit plan government week 1
Unit plan government week 1
 
Unit plan government week 1
Unit plan government week 1Unit plan government week 1
Unit plan government week 1
 
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP2.docx
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP2.docx3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP2.docx
3. Disciplines and Ideas in the Social DLP2.docx
 
Political Science 2 – Comparative Politics - Power Point #1
Political Science 2 – Comparative Politics - Power Point #1Political Science 2 – Comparative Politics - Power Point #1
Political Science 2 – Comparative Politics - Power Point #1
 
Historical and Modern Political Media
Historical and Modern Political Media Historical and Modern Political Media
Historical and Modern Political Media
 
E325 Focus Group Lesson
E325 Focus Group LessonE325 Focus Group Lesson
E325 Focus Group Lesson
 
Pols2powerpoint1 130102145207-phpapp02
Pols2powerpoint1 130102145207-phpapp02Pols2powerpoint1 130102145207-phpapp02
Pols2powerpoint1 130102145207-phpapp02
 
Lesson Navigator: Charting the Course for Learning Success
Lesson Navigator: Charting the Course for Learning SuccessLesson Navigator: Charting the Course for Learning Success
Lesson Navigator: Charting the Course for Learning Success
 
UNIT 1 LESSON 1: POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
UNIT 1 LESSON 1: POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCEUNIT 1 LESSON 1: POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
UNIT 1 LESSON 1: POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
 
CP 501 LECTURE ONE political science annavvsnsnvbshbsbbbshnsbhshjsjvshhsjsjbs...
CP 501 LECTURE ONE political science annavvsnsnvbshbsbbbshnsbhshjsjvshhsjsjbs...CP 501 LECTURE ONE political science annavvsnsnvbshbsbbbshnsbhshjsjvshhsjsjbs...
CP 501 LECTURE ONE political science annavvsnsnvbshbsbbbshnsbhshjsjvshhsjsjbs...
 
Unit plan government week 2
Unit plan government week 2Unit plan government week 2
Unit plan government week 2
 
PPG Week h - The Executive (1).pdf
PPG Week h - The Executive (1).pdfPPG Week h - The Executive (1).pdf
PPG Week h - The Executive (1).pdf
 
Lesson Plan Disciplines or branches of social sciences
Lesson Plan Disciplines or branches of social sciencesLesson Plan Disciplines or branches of social sciences
Lesson Plan Disciplines or branches of social sciences
 
Q1 M1.docx
Q1 M1.docxQ1 M1.docx
Q1 M1.docx
 

Recently uploaded

Decoding the Tweet _ Practical Criticism in the Age of Hashtag.pptx
Decoding the Tweet _ Practical Criticism in the Age of Hashtag.pptxDecoding the Tweet _ Practical Criticism in the Age of Hashtag.pptx
Decoding the Tweet _ Practical Criticism in the Age of Hashtag.pptxDhatriParmar
 
Sulphonamides, mechanisms and their uses
Sulphonamides, mechanisms and their usesSulphonamides, mechanisms and their uses
Sulphonamides, mechanisms and their usesVijayaLaxmi84
 
ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS ANALYSIS........pptx
ARTERIAL BLOOD  GAS ANALYSIS........pptxARTERIAL BLOOD  GAS ANALYSIS........pptx
ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS ANALYSIS........pptxAneriPatwari
 
Beauty Amidst the Bytes_ Unearthing Unexpected Advantages of the Digital Wast...
Beauty Amidst the Bytes_ Unearthing Unexpected Advantages of the Digital Wast...Beauty Amidst the Bytes_ Unearthing Unexpected Advantages of the Digital Wast...
Beauty Amidst the Bytes_ Unearthing Unexpected Advantages of the Digital Wast...DhatriParmar
 
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdfICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdfVanessa Camilleri
 
4.11.24 Poverty and Inequality in America.pptx
4.11.24 Poverty and Inequality in America.pptx4.11.24 Poverty and Inequality in America.pptx
4.11.24 Poverty and Inequality in America.pptxmary850239
 
Daily Lesson Plan in Mathematics Quarter 4
Daily Lesson Plan in Mathematics Quarter 4Daily Lesson Plan in Mathematics Quarter 4
Daily Lesson Plan in Mathematics Quarter 4JOYLYNSAMANIEGO
 
Concurrency Control in Database Management system
Concurrency Control in Database Management systemConcurrency Control in Database Management system
Concurrency Control in Database Management systemChristalin Nelson
 
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQ-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQuiz Club NITW
 
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptxGrade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptxkarenfajardo43
 
How to Fix XML SyntaxError in Odoo the 17
How to Fix XML SyntaxError in Odoo the 17How to Fix XML SyntaxError in Odoo the 17
How to Fix XML SyntaxError in Odoo the 17Celine George
 
Expanded definition: technical and operational
Expanded definition: technical and operationalExpanded definition: technical and operational
Expanded definition: technical and operationalssuser3e220a
 
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQ-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQuiz Club NITW
 
Unraveling Hypertext_ Analyzing Postmodern Elements in Literature.pptx
Unraveling Hypertext_ Analyzing  Postmodern Elements in  Literature.pptxUnraveling Hypertext_ Analyzing  Postmodern Elements in  Literature.pptx
Unraveling Hypertext_ Analyzing Postmodern Elements in Literature.pptxDhatriParmar
 
ESP 4-EDITED.pdfmmcncncncmcmmnmnmncnmncmnnjvnnv
ESP 4-EDITED.pdfmmcncncncmcmmnmnmncnmncmnnjvnnvESP 4-EDITED.pdfmmcncncncmcmmnmnmncnmncmnnjvnnv
ESP 4-EDITED.pdfmmcncncncmcmmnmnmncnmncmnnjvnnvRicaMaeCastro1
 
CLASSIFICATION OF ANTI - CANCER DRUGS.pptx
CLASSIFICATION OF ANTI - CANCER DRUGS.pptxCLASSIFICATION OF ANTI - CANCER DRUGS.pptx
CLASSIFICATION OF ANTI - CANCER DRUGS.pptxAnupam32727
 
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptxDIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptxMichelleTuguinay1
 
BIOCHEMISTRY-CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM CHAPTER 2.pptx
BIOCHEMISTRY-CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM CHAPTER 2.pptxBIOCHEMISTRY-CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM CHAPTER 2.pptx
BIOCHEMISTRY-CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM CHAPTER 2.pptxSayali Powar
 

Recently uploaded (20)

Decoding the Tweet _ Practical Criticism in the Age of Hashtag.pptx
Decoding the Tweet _ Practical Criticism in the Age of Hashtag.pptxDecoding the Tweet _ Practical Criticism in the Age of Hashtag.pptx
Decoding the Tweet _ Practical Criticism in the Age of Hashtag.pptx
 
Sulphonamides, mechanisms and their uses
Sulphonamides, mechanisms and their usesSulphonamides, mechanisms and their uses
Sulphonamides, mechanisms and their uses
 
ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS ANALYSIS........pptx
ARTERIAL BLOOD  GAS ANALYSIS........pptxARTERIAL BLOOD  GAS ANALYSIS........pptx
ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS ANALYSIS........pptx
 
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PRACTICES FOR TEACHERS AND TRAINERS.pptx
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PRACTICES FOR TEACHERS AND TRAINERS.pptxINCLUSIVE EDUCATION PRACTICES FOR TEACHERS AND TRAINERS.pptx
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PRACTICES FOR TEACHERS AND TRAINERS.pptx
 
Beauty Amidst the Bytes_ Unearthing Unexpected Advantages of the Digital Wast...
Beauty Amidst the Bytes_ Unearthing Unexpected Advantages of the Digital Wast...Beauty Amidst the Bytes_ Unearthing Unexpected Advantages of the Digital Wast...
Beauty Amidst the Bytes_ Unearthing Unexpected Advantages of the Digital Wast...
 
Mattingly "AI & Prompt Design: Large Language Models"
Mattingly "AI & Prompt Design: Large Language Models"Mattingly "AI & Prompt Design: Large Language Models"
Mattingly "AI & Prompt Design: Large Language Models"
 
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdfICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
ICS2208 Lecture6 Notes for SL spaces.pdf
 
4.11.24 Poverty and Inequality in America.pptx
4.11.24 Poverty and Inequality in America.pptx4.11.24 Poverty and Inequality in America.pptx
4.11.24 Poverty and Inequality in America.pptx
 
Daily Lesson Plan in Mathematics Quarter 4
Daily Lesson Plan in Mathematics Quarter 4Daily Lesson Plan in Mathematics Quarter 4
Daily Lesson Plan in Mathematics Quarter 4
 
Concurrency Control in Database Management system
Concurrency Control in Database Management systemConcurrency Control in Database Management system
Concurrency Control in Database Management system
 
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQ-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor HISPOL Quiz-6th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
 
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptxGrade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
Grade Three -ELLNA-REVIEWER-ENGLISH.pptx
 
How to Fix XML SyntaxError in Odoo the 17
How to Fix XML SyntaxError in Odoo the 17How to Fix XML SyntaxError in Odoo the 17
How to Fix XML SyntaxError in Odoo the 17
 
Expanded definition: technical and operational
Expanded definition: technical and operationalExpanded definition: technical and operational
Expanded definition: technical and operational
 
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITWQ-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
Q-Factor General Quiz-7th April 2024, Quiz Club NITW
 
Unraveling Hypertext_ Analyzing Postmodern Elements in Literature.pptx
Unraveling Hypertext_ Analyzing  Postmodern Elements in  Literature.pptxUnraveling Hypertext_ Analyzing  Postmodern Elements in  Literature.pptx
Unraveling Hypertext_ Analyzing Postmodern Elements in Literature.pptx
 
ESP 4-EDITED.pdfmmcncncncmcmmnmnmncnmncmnnjvnnv
ESP 4-EDITED.pdfmmcncncncmcmmnmnmncnmncmnnjvnnvESP 4-EDITED.pdfmmcncncncmcmmnmnmncnmncmnnjvnnv
ESP 4-EDITED.pdfmmcncncncmcmmnmnmncnmncmnnjvnnv
 
CLASSIFICATION OF ANTI - CANCER DRUGS.pptx
CLASSIFICATION OF ANTI - CANCER DRUGS.pptxCLASSIFICATION OF ANTI - CANCER DRUGS.pptx
CLASSIFICATION OF ANTI - CANCER DRUGS.pptx
 
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptxDIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
DIFFERENT BASKETRY IN THE PHILIPPINES PPT.pptx
 
BIOCHEMISTRY-CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM CHAPTER 2.pptx
BIOCHEMISTRY-CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM CHAPTER 2.pptxBIOCHEMISTRY-CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM CHAPTER 2.pptx
BIOCHEMISTRY-CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM CHAPTER 2.pptx
 

Understanding Politics Through Political Science

  • 1. Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 I. OBJECTIVES A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of politics and political science,governance, political ideologies,power, states, nations, and globalization. B. Performance Standards The learners shall be able to clearly identify a specificpolitical phenomenonand how it can be studied. C. Learning Competencies/Objective s Write the LC code for each Articulate the definition of politics. and Differentiate the various views on politics. HUMSS_PG12-Ia1 HUMSS_PG12-Ia2 Explore the connection between the phenomenon (politics) and the method of inquiry (Political Science) HUMSS_PG12-Ia-3 Recognize the value of politics. HUMSS_PG12-Ia-4 Students differentiate government from governance. HUMSS_PG12-Ia-5 II. CONTENT 1.1 The meaning of politics. 1.2 Various views on politics 1.1 The connection between Politics and Political Science. 1.1 The value of Politics. 1.1 The difference between governance and government. III. LEARNING RESOURCES A. References Grades 11 to 12 DAILY LESSON LOG School Victoria National High School- Senior High School Grade Level Grade 11 Teacher RICHARD G. BABAS Learning Area Philippine Politics and Governance TeachingDates and Time WEEK 1 August30-September 2, 2022 Quarter 1st
  • 2. 1. Teacher’s Guide pages 2. Learner’s Materials pages 3. Textbook pages 4. Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal B. Other Learning Resources Philippines Politics and Governance by: Rhene Tabajen and Erlinda Pulma, pp: 1-3 Philippines Politics and Governance by: Rhene Tabajen and Erlinda Pulma, pp: 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j QK0Xbfel-M Philippines Politics and Governance by: Rhene Tabajen and Erlinda Pulma pp. 45 http://youtube/ukqBly7AZSc IV. PROCEDURES
  • 3. A. Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson (5 minutes) Teacher welcomes the class and introduces himself/herself. Initializing… Teacher tells the students: “I am the teacher and I am the boss in this class, so you will have to follow me…” Pair and Share Ask the students to pair with their seatmate and share what they felt after hearing the teacher’s remark.. (2 minutes) 4 Pics 1 Word: Four pictures will be shown to students at a time. The students shall find the connection of the pictures. A word that connects the pictures will be guessed by the students. Answer: NATION Answer: DEBATE (3 minutes) Think-Pair-Share Each student should take a partner wherein partner A reviews information with partner B for 1 minute and vice versa. They have to discuss what they think about the phenomenon (politics) and the method of inquiry (Political Science) (5 minutes) “KAW NA” . Name of the student will be flashed and will be asked questions to review previous lessons. Answer: POLITICS
  • 4. B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson (5 minutes) Video Clip Viewing Before teacher plays a 5minute video clip, he poses the following questions: a. how did the speaker define politics? b. what are the concepts cited to explain what politics is? (10 minutes) Role Group the class into four groups and ask them to identify an article from the newspaper about politics based on the lesson taken yesterday. From their chosen article, a representative from each group will have to share awareness our present politics. ( 5 minutes) Picture Analysis The teacher presents a picture to the class. The learners answers the following guide questions: 1. What can be seen in the picture? 2. What does the picture depict? . (4 minutes) A short video clip will be shown to present about government and governance. http://youtube/ukqBly7AZSc C. Presenting examples/instances of the new lesson (5 minutes) Semantic Web Map Ask the students to give words associated to the word “ Politics”. (10 minutes) Present a video clip that discusses political science Ask: Why do you think we study politics? What are the differences and the connection between politics and Political Science? ( 5 minutes ) A WORLD WITHOUT POLITICS: The student will engage themselves with an analysis of different scenario in different type of organization where in the student can see the value of politics. 1.Barangay 2.Classroom 3.Family 4.Work Colleagues 5.Peer (Barkadahan) (10 minutes) GRAFFITI .Each group will be asked to write significant words that will describe the video they saw on the cut-out paper and stick it to the wall.
  • 5. D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1 (30 minutes) Based on the Semantic Web Map you have conceptualized, define politics in relation with the terms provided by the students. Discussion: The meaning of politics • Politics is the study of (who gets what, when and how) as Harold Laswell states. • Politics is the exercise of power, the science of government, the making of collective decisions, the allocation of scarce resources and the practice of deception and manipulation. Characteristics of politics ( Shieveley, 2013) 1. Politics always involves the making of collective decisions for group of people. (8 minutes) Group Mo, Post Mo: Group the class to three teams. Concepts that define politics and Political Science are jumbled. Those concepts are written separately in pieces of bond paper which will be given to each group. Each student is given the chance to post the concepts where they belong, whether to politics or Political Science. A time limit is set on this game. POLITICS - the actual process of how humans interact in groups - constitute man’s activities in the real world - the practices of elective and non-elective political systems - the process by which people try to influence the government - the process by which the government decides which policies will be enacted - the practice of state and government - issues, problems, and activities taking place in society (20 minutes) With the aid of a power point presentation the teacher will discuss the following The values of politics. 1. Politics helps you to know your rights 2. Politics clarifies what you yourself believe. 3 .Politics is a living, breathing subject. 4. Politics helps you to understand our nation’s parties. 5. Politics prepares you for adult life. . (5 minutes) PICK MO ‘TO. Two representative from each group will have to pick and identify one significant word which refers to government and another to governance.
  • 6. 2. Those decisions are made by some members of the group, exercising power over other members of the group - day-to-day actual activities of the government - relative (varying) - everyone is involved
  • 7. POLITICAL SCIENCE - the scientific study of politics - study of politics, political systems, and governments - focuses on the theory and practice of government - theory of state and government - seeks to study the origin, nature and functions of the state, government and its all organs - universal studied by few
  • 8. E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2 (5 minutes) Pass the Mic: The teacher will show in detail the different definitions of politics and Political Science. Each student will be asked to read the concept one-by-one while passing the mic. . ( 7 minutes) The teacher will discuss with the aid of a power point presentation about the concept of governance which is defined as the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented. While government is defined as the group of people with the authority to govern a country or state; a particular ministry in office. (Oxford Dictionary) Characteristics of good governance: ( UNESCO for Asia and the Pacific) 1.Participation 2.Rule of Law 3.Transparency 4.Responsiveness 5.Consensus Oriented 6.Effectiveness and efficiency 7.Accountability
  • 9. F. Developing mastery (leads to Formative Assessment 3) (7 minutes) Group Work: Politikanta The class is divided into four groups. Each group shall think of a line from a Tagalog song depicting political statement. A representative would present and explain to the class what is political about the song’s lyrics that they have chosen. (10 minutes) May Konek: The students will be grouped to 6 teams. Each team will answer the question in a manila paper. Ask: “Explain the connection or relation of politics and Political Science.” ( 5 minute ) (GAME) Like or Unlike The students will be presented with different scenarios and they will determine if it show the value of politics or not. I. (5 minutes) Read and recite. IT BULAGA! The student will have to answer the question stick under their table, if they got a smiley face then they WON and needs to answer the question on their paper. G. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills in daily living (5 minutes) a. How would you use the concepts in politics to improve relationships with your family and friends? b. How is politics practiced in getting what you want? (5 minutes) Ask the students: Why do you think that it is necessary for students who aspire to be lawyers to take Political Science? ((20 minutes) THE WORLD WITH POLITICS ROLE PLAYING. The student will be divided into 4 groups and will present how politics is valued in each organization assigned to them. 1. Family 2. Classroom/ School 3. Peer (Barkadahan) 4. Barangay 5. Work Place (colleagues) RUBRICS 10 pts - Content 5 pts – Creativity 5 pts – Showmanship (10 minutes) The teacher will facilitate a SYMPOSIUM where each group will have to discuss the government assigned to them ( MARCOS, C. AQUINO, ,RAMOS, MACAPAGAL-ARROYO , B. AQUINO & DUTERTE) and the kind of governance it practiced in the Philippines. GUIDE QUESTIONS: 1. Is there a governance structure in place? 2. If so, what it is? Does it work? How does it work? How it can be improved? 3. If not, what do you think might be needed?
  • 10. 20 pts TOTAL H. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson 2 minutes (5 minutes) Ask the students: (4 minutes) The teacher will facilitate “Minute Papers” will allow an ( 5 minutes) Ask the students: What is the difference of government and governance? Politics is about human relationships. It is how humans behave differently when dealing with others when there is cooperation, competition and conflict. *(and other social interactions What is your own definition of politics and of Political Science? Politics is the actual process of how humans interact in groups while political science is the study of the fromer. end-of-class reflection in which the students write briefly to answer the questions: “What did you learn today?”” And What questions do you still have?” GOVERNMENT is merely an instrument for the purpose of governance while GOVERNANCE is the exercise of political, economic, and administrative authority to manage a nation’s affairs.. Governance embraces all of the methods--- good and bad -- --- the societies use to distribute
  • 11. power and manage public resources and problems. I. Evaluating learning (10 mins) Essay: Song Analysis A music video will be played. Students will analyze by answering the question; “How is politics defined in Philippine setting and what is your political view about the music video?” Criteria for Grading Content - 60% (12 points) Grammar - 20% (4 points) Clarity - 20% (4 points) 100% 20 points (5 minutes) QUIZ (True of False) 1. Politics is the actual process of how humans interact in groups. 2. Political Science is the process by which people try to influence their government. 3. Political science seeks to study the origin, nature and functions of the State, Government and its all organs. 4. Politics is universal and is always the same. 5. Politics involve issues, problems, and activities taking place in the society. ANSWERS 1. True 5. True 2. False 3. True 4. False ( 7 min) Slogan Making ( 5 groups) Create a SLOGAN that will established how the good politics can be applied in our daily life. SLOGAN shall be displayed in the classroom for at least 2 weeks. The activity will be scored with the following rubrics: RUBRICS for the SLOGAN 10 pts - Relevance to the Topic 5 pts – Creativity 5 pts – Neatness 20 pts TOTAL ( 6 minutes) QUIZ(10 PTS.)In a ½ cross-wise paper, the students will have to illustrate a VENN DIAGRAM of government and governance.
  • 12. J. Additional activities for application or remediation Assignment: Bring any old newspaper for tomorrow’s activity. Assignment: Review the lesson (3 minutes) ASSIGNMENT: Ask the student to bring a picture of a known political leader may it be local. V. REMARKS
  • 13. VI. REFLECTION A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation B. No. of learners who require additional activities for remediation C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with the lesson D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation E. Which of my teaching strategies worked 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 I wish to share with other teachers? Prepared by: Checked by: Noted: RICHARD G. BABAS CHARISMA F. GANDUA DOMINGO R. BALDOVINO Teacher II Master Teacher II/ G11 Chairman Principal III