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Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur,
8300
(086) 211-3225
surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Caraga Region
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR
Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page
SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 1 of 5
DAILY LESSON LOG
SY 2023-2024
Name of Teacher: AIZA C. TUSCANO School: CAYALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Date:
District: TAGO 1 Grade level: SIX Quarter:
CATCH-UP FRIDAYS
Morning Session Afternoon Session
Time allotted: 240 minutes Time allotted: 180 minutes
I. OBJECTIVES: Activate learners’ interest and motivate pupils to read
Retell the story in their own words.
Enhance learners’ knowledge and skills in appreciation
of values, health and peace education
II. CONTENTS:
A. Subj. Matter
National Reading Program (NRP) Health Education – Body Image (emotional attitude,
beliefs and perceptions) and self-worth and their impact
on mental health and wellbeing
B. References DepEd Memorandum #001 s. 2024 DepEd Memorandum #001 s. 2024
C. Materials Story books, video, PPT, bond paper, picture Video presentation
III.PROCEDURE: Daily Routine (10 minutes)
Prayer
Checking of attendance
Energizer.
Daily Routine (15 minutes)
Friday routine exercise
Current health news sharing both local and international
news
Activity 1 (170 minutes)
Pre-Reading Activities
Singing a song related to the story.
Pupils will sing “Laging Handa” song.
Ask: What are the calamities usually experienced in the
Philippines?
Teacher will show pictures about typhoon.
During Reading
Teacher will present the story “After The Flood”. Pupils will
take turn in reading aloud. Let the pupils predict what will
happen next and ask questions while reading the story.
Post reading Activity
Answer the following questions:
1. How did Vicky’s understanding of a flood change?
2. Why did Vicky’s parents put a note on the refrigerator
telling her not to open it?
3. What other items besides clothes might Vicky and her
family be able to donate to victims of the flood?
4. What would you do for an entire day without power?
-Group Activity: Each group will retell the story in their own
words.
-Using bond paper, pupils will illustrate part of the story that
they like.
Activity 2 (30 minutes)
Drop Everything and Read (DEAR)
Teacher will provide storybook to learners or read a book of
their choice.
Let the pupils read independently and silently for 30 minutes
with no interruptions.
Activity 3 (30 minutes)
Partner Reading
Teacher will pair the pupils. The pair will read aloud and take
turns reading by paragraph. After reading, they will ask
questions about the story.
Health Session (40 minutes)
1.Playing games- Scavenger hunts
2.Ask pupils to look closely at the pictures below.
-What is body image?
Body image is a combination of the thoughts and
feelings that you have about your body. Body image may
range between positive and negative experiences, and
one person may feel at different times positive or
negative or a combination of both. Body image is
influenced by internal (e.g. personality) and external (e.g.
social environment) factors.
3.Show video about on how to cope up with body
dissatisfaction?
4.Activity for mental health
a. Sitting Meditation (35 minutes)
b. Walking Meditation (35 minutes)
c. Guided Meditation (35 minutes)
Reflection and Sharing (20 minutes)
Teacher will ask the learners to share their
experience on the activities.
Ask pupils to write journals about their experience.
Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur,
8300
(086) 211-3225
surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Caraga Region
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR
Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page
SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 2 of 5
IV.
REFLECTION
Prepared by Noted by:
AIZA C. TUSCANO
Teacher I
PRIMA A. VENUS
Master Teacher 1
Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur,
8300
(086) 211-3225
surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Caraga Region
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR
Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page
SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 3 of 5
AFTER THE FLOOD
Reading about weather in books is one thing but living through a natural disaster was another. Even though the
flood was not too bad, I was not prepared for what it was really like! It all started two days ago. It was a rainy day, like
every other rainy day I have ever remembered. The only unusual thing was how anxious the adults seemed to be
getting. I started to pay more attention whenever I saw the news on at our house, at a restaurant, or anywhere else. The
meteorologists kept saying that the rain had not stopped in a long time, and it did not look like it was going to stop
anytime soon. I did not really know what that meant for us, since Mom was always saying that rain was good for all the
plants. The next morning, however, I began to understand. I woke up and went down for breakfast. Usually, Mom or Dad
was already eating by the time that I woke up, but neither of them was at the kitchen table, and the lights all over the
house were off. This is weird, I thought. I went to get out the milk, but there was a note on the refrigerator telling me
not to open the door. As I was wondering what I could eat for breakfast, I noticed that the rain was still going, and that I
could hear noises coming from the basement. I went to investigate. Peeking through the basement door, I
immediately stopped. There was water down there! It did not look like a lot, but there were toys and things floating by! I
could hear Mom and Dad’s voices. “Hello? What is going on down here?” I called down the stairs. “Good morning,
Vicky. All of this rain is causing some problems. The power all over town is out. Our basement is flooded, and so are
some of the roads. A lot of houses have water in them, too,” Dad called back.
A little water did not seem too bad, and the power had gone out before, so I was not too worried. Mom
and Dad seemed to be taking care of it. They were talking about a pump, so I think they were getting the water out of the
basement. I went to go play in my room. Not too long after, Mom and Dad came back upstairs, changed their clothes, and
washed their hands using hand sanitizer. I asked them what was going on. “Well, we pumped the water out by hand,
but there is some damage downstairs. We are going to have to find some fans once the power comes back to try to dry
out the basement as much as we can, but we might have to tear out the drywall and replace it. There are things
that got all wet that we are going to have to replace, too. It’s quite the mess,” Mom said. “We’re also going to have
to see if we can get a generator, it looks like the power will probably be out for the rest of the day.” We decided to drive
around to see how other people in our town were doing. There were a lot of roads that were closed because of water
covering the road, so we could not get to the store. One bridge over the river was closed because water was rushing over
it! The houses by the river looked like they were in the river. We stopped to help people who were filling bags with sand.
The bags helped to keep the water away. They said their neighbors across the street were in another town living with
relatives until their house could be repaired. I could not believe how much the flood was affecting us! When we finished
filling up sandbags, we drove back home. “I cannot believe those people lost all their clothes and household items. We
should go through our stuff and see what we can donate. We are lucky we only had a couple of inches of water in our
basement, it could have been a lot worse,” said Dad. Mom and I agreed. Even though we did not have power and
fixing the basement could get expensive, we were lucky.
Questions:
1. Retell the story in your own words.
Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur,
8300
(086) 211-3225
surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Caraga Region
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR
Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page
SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 4 of 5
2. How did Vicky’s understanding of a flood change?
3. Why did Vicky’s parents put a note on the refrigerator telling her not to open it?
4. What other items besides clothes might Vicky and her family be able to donate to victims of the flood?
5. What would you do for an entire day without power?
Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur,
8300
(086) 211-3225
surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Caraga Region
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR
Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page
SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 5 of 5

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  • 1. Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur, 8300 (086) 211-3225 surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Caraga Region SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 1 of 5 DAILY LESSON LOG SY 2023-2024 Name of Teacher: AIZA C. TUSCANO School: CAYALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Date: District: TAGO 1 Grade level: SIX Quarter: CATCH-UP FRIDAYS Morning Session Afternoon Session Time allotted: 240 minutes Time allotted: 180 minutes I. OBJECTIVES: Activate learners’ interest and motivate pupils to read Retell the story in their own words. Enhance learners’ knowledge and skills in appreciation of values, health and peace education II. CONTENTS: A. Subj. Matter National Reading Program (NRP) Health Education – Body Image (emotional attitude, beliefs and perceptions) and self-worth and their impact on mental health and wellbeing B. References DepEd Memorandum #001 s. 2024 DepEd Memorandum #001 s. 2024 C. Materials Story books, video, PPT, bond paper, picture Video presentation III.PROCEDURE: Daily Routine (10 minutes) Prayer Checking of attendance Energizer. Daily Routine (15 minutes) Friday routine exercise Current health news sharing both local and international news Activity 1 (170 minutes) Pre-Reading Activities Singing a song related to the story. Pupils will sing “Laging Handa” song. Ask: What are the calamities usually experienced in the Philippines? Teacher will show pictures about typhoon. During Reading Teacher will present the story “After The Flood”. Pupils will take turn in reading aloud. Let the pupils predict what will happen next and ask questions while reading the story. Post reading Activity Answer the following questions: 1. How did Vicky’s understanding of a flood change? 2. Why did Vicky’s parents put a note on the refrigerator telling her not to open it? 3. What other items besides clothes might Vicky and her family be able to donate to victims of the flood? 4. What would you do for an entire day without power? -Group Activity: Each group will retell the story in their own words. -Using bond paper, pupils will illustrate part of the story that they like. Activity 2 (30 minutes) Drop Everything and Read (DEAR) Teacher will provide storybook to learners or read a book of their choice. Let the pupils read independently and silently for 30 minutes with no interruptions. Activity 3 (30 minutes) Partner Reading Teacher will pair the pupils. The pair will read aloud and take turns reading by paragraph. After reading, they will ask questions about the story. Health Session (40 minutes) 1.Playing games- Scavenger hunts 2.Ask pupils to look closely at the pictures below. -What is body image? Body image is a combination of the thoughts and feelings that you have about your body. Body image may range between positive and negative experiences, and one person may feel at different times positive or negative or a combination of both. Body image is influenced by internal (e.g. personality) and external (e.g. social environment) factors. 3.Show video about on how to cope up with body dissatisfaction? 4.Activity for mental health a. Sitting Meditation (35 minutes) b. Walking Meditation (35 minutes) c. Guided Meditation (35 minutes) Reflection and Sharing (20 minutes) Teacher will ask the learners to share their experience on the activities. Ask pupils to write journals about their experience.
  • 2. Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur, 8300 (086) 211-3225 surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Caraga Region SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 2 of 5 IV. REFLECTION Prepared by Noted by: AIZA C. TUSCANO Teacher I PRIMA A. VENUS Master Teacher 1
  • 3. Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur, 8300 (086) 211-3225 surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Caraga Region SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 3 of 5 AFTER THE FLOOD Reading about weather in books is one thing but living through a natural disaster was another. Even though the flood was not too bad, I was not prepared for what it was really like! It all started two days ago. It was a rainy day, like every other rainy day I have ever remembered. The only unusual thing was how anxious the adults seemed to be getting. I started to pay more attention whenever I saw the news on at our house, at a restaurant, or anywhere else. The meteorologists kept saying that the rain had not stopped in a long time, and it did not look like it was going to stop anytime soon. I did not really know what that meant for us, since Mom was always saying that rain was good for all the plants. The next morning, however, I began to understand. I woke up and went down for breakfast. Usually, Mom or Dad was already eating by the time that I woke up, but neither of them was at the kitchen table, and the lights all over the house were off. This is weird, I thought. I went to get out the milk, but there was a note on the refrigerator telling me not to open the door. As I was wondering what I could eat for breakfast, I noticed that the rain was still going, and that I could hear noises coming from the basement. I went to investigate. Peeking through the basement door, I immediately stopped. There was water down there! It did not look like a lot, but there were toys and things floating by! I could hear Mom and Dad’s voices. “Hello? What is going on down here?” I called down the stairs. “Good morning, Vicky. All of this rain is causing some problems. The power all over town is out. Our basement is flooded, and so are some of the roads. A lot of houses have water in them, too,” Dad called back. A little water did not seem too bad, and the power had gone out before, so I was not too worried. Mom and Dad seemed to be taking care of it. They were talking about a pump, so I think they were getting the water out of the basement. I went to go play in my room. Not too long after, Mom and Dad came back upstairs, changed their clothes, and washed their hands using hand sanitizer. I asked them what was going on. “Well, we pumped the water out by hand, but there is some damage downstairs. We are going to have to find some fans once the power comes back to try to dry out the basement as much as we can, but we might have to tear out the drywall and replace it. There are things that got all wet that we are going to have to replace, too. It’s quite the mess,” Mom said. “We’re also going to have to see if we can get a generator, it looks like the power will probably be out for the rest of the day.” We decided to drive around to see how other people in our town were doing. There were a lot of roads that were closed because of water covering the road, so we could not get to the store. One bridge over the river was closed because water was rushing over it! The houses by the river looked like they were in the river. We stopped to help people who were filling bags with sand. The bags helped to keep the water away. They said their neighbors across the street were in another town living with relatives until their house could be repaired. I could not believe how much the flood was affecting us! When we finished filling up sandbags, we drove back home. “I cannot believe those people lost all their clothes and household items. We should go through our stuff and see what we can donate. We are lucky we only had a couple of inches of water in our basement, it could have been a lot worse,” said Dad. Mom and I agreed. Even though we did not have power and fixing the basement could get expensive, we were lucky. Questions: 1. Retell the story in your own words.
  • 4. Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur, 8300 (086) 211-3225 surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Caraga Region SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 4 of 5 2. How did Vicky’s understanding of a flood change? 3. Why did Vicky’s parents put a note on the refrigerator telling her not to open it? 4. What other items besides clothes might Vicky and her family be able to donate to victims of the flood? 5. What would you do for an entire day without power?
  • 5. Balilahan, Mabua, Tandag City, Surigao del Sur, 8300 (086) 211-3225 surigaodelsur.division@deped.gov.ph Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Caraga Region SCHOOLS DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL SUR Doc. Ref. Code Effectivity Rev Page SDO-SGOD-F027 01.22.24 00 5 of 5