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LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Classroom Orientation
Course Introduction
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 1
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able
to:
● Familiarize themselves to the Mission, Vision, Philosophy,
and Core Values
● Inculcate the importance Mission, Vision, Philosophy, and
Core Values as member of the institution
● Understand the definition of the social sciences and the
applied social sciences
● Explain clearly public perceptions about the work of social
sciences and applied social science practitioners
● White board marker
● Flashcards
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
Day 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Review and Recall to the Mission, Vision, Core Values, and
Philosophy
● Setting the classroom rules, regulations and requirements
Day 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Introduction and Overview on the main topic “counseling”
Day 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● DIWA Senior High
School Series “Discipline
and Ideas in the Applied
Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social
Work by Lambert K.
Engelbrecht, 1999
(Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition) by Gerald Corey,
2009 (Published by
Thompson Learning
Academic Resource
Center, USA)
● “Your Term Sounds Familiar” (Familiarity on terms related
to social sciences and applied social sciences)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Recitation
● Activity
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): The Discipline of Counseling
Professionals and Practitioners in Counseling
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 2
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able
to:
● Identify the goals and scope of counseling;
● Demonstrate comprehension of the principles of counseling;
● Realize the importance of counseling.
● White board marker
● Balls
● Speaker
● Coloring Materials
● Bond Paper
● LCD projector and laptop
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
Day 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Sharing of the student’s experiences about the unforgettable
encounter with their guidance counselor
● Discussion about the goals and misconceptions about
counseling
● “Sine Mo ‘To” (The students will be divided into 3 groups,
they will make a 5-minute skit showing the importance of
counseling to them as a student, one representative from the
group will explain their work. A rubric will be provided)
Day 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Discussion about the roles, functions and characteristics of a
Professional Counselor
● DIWA Senior High
School Series “Discipline
and Ideas in the Applied
Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social
Work by Lambert K.
Engelbrecht, 1999
(Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition) by Gerald Corey,
2009 (Published by
Thompson Learning
Academic Resource
Center, USA)
● “Let’s get the ball rolling” activity (The students need to
pass the ball, and when the music stops, they need to answer
questions that are flashed on the screen)
● Reflection about the activity
Day 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Discussion about the career opportunities for Professional
Counselors, the professional ethical principles in guidance
and counseling and the rights, responsibilities of counselors
● “How to be you po?” poster making activity (The students
will make a poster showing the things that a certain
counselor should possess. A rubric will be provided)
● 3-5 students will share their work
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Written assignment
● “Sine Mo ‘To” peer evaluation sheet
● “How to be you po?” poster
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN APPPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Clientele and Audiences in Counseling
Setting, Processes, Methods and Tools in Counseling
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S
):
3 DATE: Week 3
PREPARED BY: SIGNATU
RE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able
to:
● Identify the settings in which counselors are found
● Illustrate the different processes and methods involve in
undertaking counseling
● Appreciate the various types of clientele and audiences
● White board marker
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
Day 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom
Settings)
● Discussion about counseling processes and methods
● Use of graphic organizers
Day 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom
Settings)
● “Problem Solver Hotline” radio DJ activity (The class will
be divided into 3 groups, they will make their own radio
● DIWA Senior High
School Series “Discipline
and Ideas in the Applied
Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social
Work by Lambert K.
Engelbrecht, 1999
(Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
station, wherein there is a clientele asking for pieces of
advice for a certain problem, they will act as a counselor
and try to counsel the person. The students will be graded
according to their creativity and the content of their work.
They must show the roper counseling process. "A rubric
will be provided for the peer evaluation)
● Reflection from the activity
Day 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom
Settings)
● “Feel Free to Talk” activity (A list of situations will be
provided. The students will react and say what he or she
will do if he or she is in that certain situation; how will they
act using the proper counseling method)
● “Dear TOTGA- The One That Got Away” activity (This
activity aims to provide students with a venue of settling an
“unfinished business” for an experience that had no closure
in their lives. This could also refer to the feeling of “being
left hanging without proper goodbyes”. This also aims to
enhance students’ ability to analyze and reconcile two sides
of story and not only dwell on their own personal
explanation of it. They will write a letter about all the
things that they want to say to that person who got away,
and they will share it with the class)
● Reflection about the activity
● Assignment: Ask at least 10 grade 12 student studying in
PCCR about their top 3 most common problem. Write your
list on a ½ sheet of paper.
Edition) by Gerald Corey,
2009 (Published by
Thompson Learning
Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Peer evaluation in “Problem Server Hotline” activity
● “Dear TOTGA- The One That Got Away” written letter
● Assignment
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Counseling Services, Processes and Methods
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S)
:
3 DATE: Week 4
PREPARED BY: SIGNATU
RE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able
to:
● Distinguish the needs of individuals, groups, organizations
and communities;
● Synthesize information into a logical sequence to understand
the profession through conducting as simple research;
● Respect and appreciate the diversity of peoples, races,
cultures, faiths and human rights.
● White board marker
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS:
REFERENCES:
Day 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● “Top 3 Most Common Problem of a Grade 12 student”
simple research activity (This activity aims to help students
develop their skill in conducting a simple survey on the
counseling needs of their fellow grade 12 students. This
activity will guide them in the process of gathering data and
how results may be utilized in helping the students as well as
in improving the guidance program and services of the
school. The class will be divided into 5 groups, they will
find 50 grade 12 students aside from their classmates to be
their respondents and ask the top 3 most common problem
of a grade 12 student in PCCR and they will try to address
that problem by suggesting programs or seminar about that
certain problem. They will follow the simple research
method which is identifying the problem, gathering data,
interpreting figures and giving conclusions and
recommendations. They will do this simple research for the
whole week. For the first day they will consolidate all their
gathered data (from their assignment) and have a group
discussion on how they are going to present their work)
Day 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Continuation of their simple research activity.
● Interpreting all their gathered data
● Giving conclusions and recommendations
Day 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Presentation of their simple research (Powerpoint
presentation or Manila Paper)
● DIWA Senior High
School Series “Discipline
and Ideas in the Applied
Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social
Work by Lambert K.
Engelbrecht, 1999
(Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition) by Gerald Corey,
2009 (Published by
Thompson Learning
Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Presentation of the simple research
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Defining Social Work
Goals of the Discipline of Social Work
Core Values of Social Work
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 5
PREPARED BY: SIGNATU
RE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Discuss the nature of Social Work
● Enumerate the goals of the discipline of Social Work
● Value the essence of Social Work
● White board marker
● LCD Laptop and projector
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Kuwento ng Kabayanihan” (Short documentary analysis on
helping others; the students will be watching short
documentary of the story of “Teacher Annie”, a teacher of
indigenous students.
● Open discussion for the short documentary film
● The students will create an analysis paper for the short
documentary
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Lecture about the nature, the goals and the core values of
Social Work
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Think-pair-share activity (When does the last time you tried to
help other people?)
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Short Documentary analysis
● Think-pair-share activity
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Social Workers Area of Specialization
Training to Become Social Worker
Career Opportunities
Areas of Social Work
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S
):
3 DATE: Week 6
PREPARED BY: SIGNATU
RE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Discuss the Social Workers Area of Specialization
● White board marker
● Test paper
● Talk over about the Career Opportunities for Social Workers
● Appreciate the areas where social workers do their jobs
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Open discussion on the areas of specialization and career
opportunities of a Social worker
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● “On the Job Training” (Group work simulation on how to
become a real Social Worker; the students will be divided into
2 groups wherein the first group will represent the social
workers and the second one will be the laypeople and those
who need help in the community.
● Processing of the simulation activity
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Short quiz on the topics discussed on day 1
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Simulation activity
● Quiz
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Clientele and Audiences in Social Work
Addressing the Needs of Individual, Groups, Organization and Community
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S)
:
3 DATE: Week 7
PREPARED BY: SIGNATU
RE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able
to:
● Identify the settings in which Social Workers are found
● Addressing the needs of individual, groups, organization and
community
● Appreciate the various types of clientele and audiences
● White board marker
● Bond paper
● Coloring materials
● Laptop
● Projector
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
Day 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Discussion about Clientele and Audiences in Social Work
● Use of graphic organizers
Day 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Poster making activity on addressing the needs of individual,
groups, organization and community: The student will
illustrate the ways on how their age help in the needs of
individuals can, groups, organization and community
● Presentation on the created poster
● Homework: documented survey and interview on the needs
of the youth who are least, last, and lost in the community
which will be presented on the next meeting
Day 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Tableau about clientele and audiences in Social Work
● Processing of the activity
● Presentation of the documented survey and interview on the
needs of the youth who are least, last, and lost in the
community
● DIWA Senior High
School Series “Discipline
and Ideas in the Applied
Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social
Work by Lambert K.
Engelbrecht, 1999
(Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition) by Gerald Corey,
2009 (Published by
Thompson Learning
Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Poster
● Tableau
● Presentation of documented survey and interview
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Professional Activities provided by Social Workers
Social Work Organizations
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 8
PREPARED BY: SIGNATU
RE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Identify the different professional activities by Social Workers
● Form a rationale of a suggested Social Work organization for
their community
● Appreciate the professional activities provided by Social
Workers
● White board marker
● Laptop and LCD Projector
● Test Paper
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Lecture on Professional activities provided by Social Workers
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Project Proposal: Using the results on the documented survey
and interview, the students will propose suggestions on how
their needs can be effectively addresses
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Presentation on the Project Proposal regarding the needs of
the interviewed persons in the community
● Quiz on Professional activities provided by Social Workers
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Quiz
● Project Proposal
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________ ________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Social Work Services, Processes, and Methods
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 9
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE
:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Identify the different processes and methods involved in
undertaking social work
● Appreciate the value of social work services, processes, and
methods in helping others
● Apply the social work services, processes, and methods
through community outreach
● White board marker
● Laptop and LCD Projector
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Open discussion on the social work services, processes, and
methods
●
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Community outreach: The students will be having an outreach
to their community. They should provide video and written
documentation for the outreach which will be presented for
the next meeting
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Presentation on the written and video documentation of the
outreach program in the community
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Written and video documentation
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): MIDTERM EXAMINATION WEEK
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 10
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE
:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Review the lessons that have been discussed in the previous
modules
● Enhance their critical thinking skills and testing skills
● Apply the lessons learned in the previous discussions
● White board marker
● Test Papers
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Review for the topics discussed in the previous meetings
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Midterm Examination
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Checking of papers
● Remediation
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Midterm Exam
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): The Discipline of Communication
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 11
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE
:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Identify the goals and scope of communication
● Demonstrate comprehension of the principles of
communication
● Describe the elements and levels of the communication
processes
● Appreciate the value of communication in humans’ daily life
● Uphold the discipline of communication in daily life
● White board marker
● Test Papers
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Open Discussion on the discipline of communication
● Short uiz in line with the discussion
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● “Expressing your Thoughts” : The students will express their
thoughts on any social issues or problems within a community
or country by means of writing an essay. After the activity,
volunteer students are going to share what they have written
in front of the class
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
● Roleplay on the communication process and its importance to
human existence. The students will be divided into five
groups that will show the said topic. After the preparation,
they will be given 5 minutes to present.
● Processing on the activity
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Quiz
● Short paragraph on “Expressing your Thoughts” activity
● Evaluation on roleplay
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Professionals and Practitioners in Communication
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 12
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE
:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Identify specific work areas in which communicators and
journalists work as well as their career opportunities
● Value rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities of
communicators and journalists
● Establish good decision making of choosing careers in line
with communication
● White board marker
● Bond paper
● Coloring Materials
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Open Discussion on professionals and practitioners in
communication
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● “Choosing a Career” Essay: The students will select and
research on an area of specialization that the student will
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
pursue, and they are going to create an essay based on their
chosen career)
● Processing of the activity: The students will share what they
have written on their essay
●
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● “Poster making” (in line with the provisions in the 1987
Philippine Constitution that pertain to media and
communication) The students will choose a symbol that will
represent the chosen provision in the constitution. It will be
presented after the given time
● Homework: “Job-Seeking” (visiting online sites to look for
different job openings for communication and journalism
graduates. The students will create a reflection paper
regarding the topic.
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Quiz
● Essay
● Poster
● Reflection Paper
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Clienteles and Audiences in Communication
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 13
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Describe the clientele and the audience of communication
● Distinguish the needs of the individuals, groups, organization,
and communities
● Value the importance of responding to the needs of the
individuals, groups, organization, and communities
● Involve themselves in an online survey research to identify the
needs of the individuals, groups, organization, and
communities
● White board marker
● Laptop and LCD Projector
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Online survey research: The students will choose topic that
involves issue/need in communication wherein the issue must
be relevant to the respondents who are 18-21 years old) The
results of the survey will be presented on the next meeting
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Presentation of the results of online survey research.
● Processing of the activity
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Group Dynamics (The class will be divided into five groups.
Each student from the group will collaborate to discuss the
different sectors that benefit from the services of professionals
in communication industry)
● Processing of the activity
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Online survey research
● Comparative chart on the group dynamics activity
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Settings, Processes, Methods, and Tools in Communication
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 14
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Identify the settings in which communicators and journalists
are found
● Appreciate the value on responding to the needs of the
individuals, groups, organization, and communities
● White board marker
● Test paper
● Publish a blog on responding to the needs of the individuals,
groups, organization, and communities in order to be accessed
by the people involved
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Blog Making: The students will publish a report of the
conducted online survey to make the results accessible to
laypeople. This is based on the results of the conducted online
research survey on the previous activity
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Open discussion on the settings, processes, methods, and tools
in communication)
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Quiz on the previous discussion on the settings, processes,
methods, and tools in communication
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Blog post
● Quiz
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Communication Media Channels
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 15
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Distinguish the appropriate communication media channel (s)
to use in different settings and situations
● White board marker
● Appreciate the value of responsible posts, articles, and spread
of news by means of communication
● Provide readings that tackle the responsible posts and articles
on social media
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Open discussion on the communication media channels
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Sharing of Reading: The students will share the responsible
posts and articles on social media that they have read in front
of the class
● Processing of the activity
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Discussion on ways on how to prevent cyberbullying, fake
news, and misinterpretations of ideas in social media
● The students will create a reflection paper based on the
discussion
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Reflection Paper
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Functions of Applied Social Science
Self-development
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 16
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Explain each of the functions of applied social sciences
● Value the applied social sciences as part of everyday living
● Engage themselves in a factual panel discussion regarding the
functions of the applied social science
● White board marker
● Bond paper
● Coloring materials
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Panel discussion: The students will be divided into 5 groups to
brainstorm and have a panel discussion on the importance of
social science.
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Processing of the panel discussion: What have been
brainstormed and discuss by the students in their group during
the panel discussion will be presented in front of the class by
the representatives.
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● “My Best Self” (illustration on the best version of yourself):
The students will draw themselves based on the development
they undergo through time. Some students will present the
activity in the class.
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Recitation
● Illustration
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________ ________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Effects of Applied Social Sciences Process
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 17
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Analyze the effects of applied social sciences processes on
individuals, groups, and society
● Value the applied social sciences as part of everyday living
● Create a vlog/documentation on the existing development
programs within their community
● White board marker
● Laptop and LCD Projector
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Open Discussion on the effects of applied social sciences
process
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Documentation/Vlog making: The students will be divided
into 5 groups. Each group will make a vlog on the
improvement of the community where the student belongs and
the existing development programs to the community. They
are going to present the written documentation and the vlog
for the next meeting.
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Presentation of the created vlog in front of the class
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Documentation (written)
● Video Presentation Illustration
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE
________________________________
DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): Subject Synthesis
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 18
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Synthesize the learning of the subject and its applications to
daily life
● Value the applied social sciences as part of everyday living
● Create a portfolio regarding the subject’s requirements
● White board marker
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Portfolio Making: Each group will provide a portfolio which
serves as the compilation of the vlog making they have
presented
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Submission of the portfolio
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Completion of requirements for the subject area
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Portfolio
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________ ________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
LEARNING PLAN
SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOPIC(S): FINAL EXAMINATION WEEK
GRADE LEVEL: 12
LESSON
DURATION:
DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 19
PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE
:
LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to:
● Review the lessons that have been discussed in the previous
modules
● Enhance their critical thinking skills and testing skills
● Apply the lessons learned in the previous discussions
● White board marker
● Test Papers
SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
DAY 1
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Review for the topics discussed in the previous meetings
DAY 2
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Midterm Examination
DAY 3
● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings)
● Checking of papers
● Remediation
● DIWA Senior High School
Series “Discipline and Ideas
in the Applied Social Sciences
● Introduction to Social Work
by Lambert K. Engelbrecht,
1999 (Published by Lanzo)
● Theory and Practice of
Counseling and
Psychotherapy (8th
Edition)
by Gerald Corey, 2009
(Published by Thompson
Learning Academic Resource
Center, USA)
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS:
● Midterm Exam
COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
_____________________________________ ________________________________
OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE DATE
TEACHER’S REFLECTION:
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_________
NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________

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DIASS Learning Plan.docx

  • 1. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Classroom Orientation Course Introduction GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 1 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Familiarize themselves to the Mission, Vision, Philosophy, and Core Values ● Inculcate the importance Mission, Vision, Philosophy, and Core Values as member of the institution ● Understand the definition of the social sciences and the applied social sciences ● Explain clearly public perceptions about the work of social sciences and applied social science practitioners ● White board marker ● Flashcards SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: Day 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Review and Recall to the Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Philosophy ● Setting the classroom rules, regulations and requirements Day 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Introduction and Overview on the main topic “counseling” Day 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA)
  • 2. ● “Your Term Sounds Familiar” (Familiarity on terms related to social sciences and applied social sciences) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Recitation ● Activity COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 3. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): The Discipline of Counseling Professionals and Practitioners in Counseling GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 2 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Identify the goals and scope of counseling; ● Demonstrate comprehension of the principles of counseling; ● Realize the importance of counseling. ● White board marker ● Balls ● Speaker ● Coloring Materials ● Bond Paper ● LCD projector and laptop SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: Day 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Sharing of the student’s experiences about the unforgettable encounter with their guidance counselor ● Discussion about the goals and misconceptions about counseling ● “Sine Mo ‘To” (The students will be divided into 3 groups, they will make a 5-minute skit showing the importance of counseling to them as a student, one representative from the group will explain their work. A rubric will be provided) Day 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Discussion about the roles, functions and characteristics of a Professional Counselor ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA)
  • 4. ● “Let’s get the ball rolling” activity (The students need to pass the ball, and when the music stops, they need to answer questions that are flashed on the screen) ● Reflection about the activity Day 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Discussion about the career opportunities for Professional Counselors, the professional ethical principles in guidance and counseling and the rights, responsibilities of counselors ● “How to be you po?” poster making activity (The students will make a poster showing the things that a certain counselor should possess. A rubric will be provided) ● 3-5 students will share their work EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Written assignment ● “Sine Mo ‘To” peer evaluation sheet ● “How to be you po?” poster COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 5. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN APPPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Clientele and Audiences in Counseling Setting, Processes, Methods and Tools in Counseling GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S ): 3 DATE: Week 3 PREPARED BY: SIGNATU RE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Identify the settings in which counselors are found ● Illustrate the different processes and methods involve in undertaking counseling ● Appreciate the various types of clientele and audiences ● White board marker SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: Day 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Discussion about counseling processes and methods ● Use of graphic organizers Day 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● “Problem Solver Hotline” radio DJ activity (The class will be divided into 3 groups, they will make their own radio ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th
  • 6. station, wherein there is a clientele asking for pieces of advice for a certain problem, they will act as a counselor and try to counsel the person. The students will be graded according to their creativity and the content of their work. They must show the roper counseling process. "A rubric will be provided for the peer evaluation) ● Reflection from the activity Day 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● “Feel Free to Talk” activity (A list of situations will be provided. The students will react and say what he or she will do if he or she is in that certain situation; how will they act using the proper counseling method) ● “Dear TOTGA- The One That Got Away” activity (This activity aims to provide students with a venue of settling an “unfinished business” for an experience that had no closure in their lives. This could also refer to the feeling of “being left hanging without proper goodbyes”. This also aims to enhance students’ ability to analyze and reconcile two sides of story and not only dwell on their own personal explanation of it. They will write a letter about all the things that they want to say to that person who got away, and they will share it with the class) ● Reflection about the activity ● Assignment: Ask at least 10 grade 12 student studying in PCCR about their top 3 most common problem. Write your list on a ½ sheet of paper. Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Peer evaluation in “Problem Server Hotline” activity ● “Dear TOTGA- The One That Got Away” written letter ● Assignment COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________
  • 7. _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________ LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Counseling Services, Processes and Methods GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S) : 3 DATE: Week 4 PREPARED BY: SIGNATU RE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Distinguish the needs of individuals, groups, organizations and communities; ● Synthesize information into a logical sequence to understand the profession through conducting as simple research; ● Respect and appreciate the diversity of peoples, races, cultures, faiths and human rights. ● White board marker SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
  • 8. Day 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● “Top 3 Most Common Problem of a Grade 12 student” simple research activity (This activity aims to help students develop their skill in conducting a simple survey on the counseling needs of their fellow grade 12 students. This activity will guide them in the process of gathering data and how results may be utilized in helping the students as well as in improving the guidance program and services of the school. The class will be divided into 5 groups, they will find 50 grade 12 students aside from their classmates to be their respondents and ask the top 3 most common problem of a grade 12 student in PCCR and they will try to address that problem by suggesting programs or seminar about that certain problem. They will follow the simple research method which is identifying the problem, gathering data, interpreting figures and giving conclusions and recommendations. They will do this simple research for the whole week. For the first day they will consolidate all their gathered data (from their assignment) and have a group discussion on how they are going to present their work) Day 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Continuation of their simple research activity. ● Interpreting all their gathered data ● Giving conclusions and recommendations Day 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Presentation of their simple research (Powerpoint presentation or Manila Paper) ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Presentation of the simple research COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE
  • 9. TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________ LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Defining Social Work Goals of the Discipline of Social Work Core Values of Social Work GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 5 PREPARED BY: SIGNATU RE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Discuss the nature of Social Work ● Enumerate the goals of the discipline of Social Work ● Value the essence of Social Work ● White board marker ● LCD Laptop and projector SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
  • 10. DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Kuwento ng Kabayanihan” (Short documentary analysis on helping others; the students will be watching short documentary of the story of “Teacher Annie”, a teacher of indigenous students. ● Open discussion for the short documentary film ● The students will create an analysis paper for the short documentary DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Lecture about the nature, the goals and the core values of Social Work DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Think-pair-share activity (When does the last time you tried to help other people?) ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Short Documentary analysis ● Think-pair-share activity COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 11. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Social Workers Area of Specialization Training to Become Social Worker Career Opportunities Areas of Social Work GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S ): 3 DATE: Week 6 PREPARED BY: SIGNATU RE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Discuss the Social Workers Area of Specialization ● White board marker ● Test paper
  • 12. ● Talk over about the Career Opportunities for Social Workers ● Appreciate the areas where social workers do their jobs SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Open discussion on the areas of specialization and career opportunities of a Social worker DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● “On the Job Training” (Group work simulation on how to become a real Social Worker; the students will be divided into 2 groups wherein the first group will represent the social workers and the second one will be the laypeople and those who need help in the community. ● Processing of the simulation activity DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Short quiz on the topics discussed on day 1 ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Simulation activity ● Quiz COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 13. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Clientele and Audiences in Social Work Addressing the Needs of Individual, Groups, Organization and Community GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S) : 3 DATE: Week 7 PREPARED BY: SIGNATU RE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS:
  • 14. At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Identify the settings in which Social Workers are found ● Addressing the needs of individual, groups, organization and community ● Appreciate the various types of clientele and audiences ● White board marker ● Bond paper ● Coloring materials ● Laptop ● Projector SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: Day 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Discussion about Clientele and Audiences in Social Work ● Use of graphic organizers Day 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Poster making activity on addressing the needs of individual, groups, organization and community: The student will illustrate the ways on how their age help in the needs of individuals can, groups, organization and community ● Presentation on the created poster ● Homework: documented survey and interview on the needs of the youth who are least, last, and lost in the community which will be presented on the next meeting Day 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Tableau about clientele and audiences in Social Work ● Processing of the activity ● Presentation of the documented survey and interview on the needs of the youth who are least, last, and lost in the community ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Poster ● Tableau ● Presentation of documented survey and interview COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________
  • 15. _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________ LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Professional Activities provided by Social Workers
  • 16. Social Work Organizations GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 8 PREPARED BY: SIGNATU RE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Identify the different professional activities by Social Workers ● Form a rationale of a suggested Social Work organization for their community ● Appreciate the professional activities provided by Social Workers ● White board marker ● Laptop and LCD Projector ● Test Paper SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Lecture on Professional activities provided by Social Workers DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Project Proposal: Using the results on the documented survey and interview, the students will propose suggestions on how their needs can be effectively addresses DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Presentation on the Project Proposal regarding the needs of the interviewed persons in the community ● Quiz on Professional activities provided by Social Workers ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Quiz ● Project Proposal COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ ________________________________
  • 17. OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 18. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Social Work Services, Processes, and Methods GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 9 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE : LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Identify the different processes and methods involved in undertaking social work ● Appreciate the value of social work services, processes, and methods in helping others ● Apply the social work services, processes, and methods through community outreach ● White board marker ● Laptop and LCD Projector SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Open discussion on the social work services, processes, and methods ● DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Community outreach: The students will be having an outreach to their community. They should provide video and written documentation for the outreach which will be presented for the next meeting DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Presentation on the written and video documentation of the outreach program in the community ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Written and video documentation COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK):
  • 19. _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 20. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): MIDTERM EXAMINATION WEEK GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 10 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE : LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Review the lessons that have been discussed in the previous modules ● Enhance their critical thinking skills and testing skills ● Apply the lessons learned in the previous discussions ● White board marker ● Test Papers SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Review for the topics discussed in the previous meetings DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Midterm Examination DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Checking of papers ● Remediation ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Midterm Exam COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________
  • 21. _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 22. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): The Discipline of Communication GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 11 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE : LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Identify the goals and scope of communication ● Demonstrate comprehension of the principles of communication ● Describe the elements and levels of the communication processes ● Appreciate the value of communication in humans’ daily life ● Uphold the discipline of communication in daily life ● White board marker ● Test Papers SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Open Discussion on the discipline of communication ● Short uiz in line with the discussion DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● “Expressing your Thoughts” : The students will express their thoughts on any social issues or problems within a community or country by means of writing an essay. After the activity, volunteer students are going to share what they have written in front of the class DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA)
  • 23. ● Roleplay on the communication process and its importance to human existence. The students will be divided into five groups that will show the said topic. After the preparation, they will be given 5 minutes to present. ● Processing on the activity EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Quiz ● Short paragraph on “Expressing your Thoughts” activity ● Evaluation on roleplay COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 24. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Professionals and Practitioners in Communication GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 12 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE : LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Identify specific work areas in which communicators and journalists work as well as their career opportunities ● Value rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities of communicators and journalists ● Establish good decision making of choosing careers in line with communication ● White board marker ● Bond paper ● Coloring Materials SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Open Discussion on professionals and practitioners in communication DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● “Choosing a Career” Essay: The students will select and research on an area of specialization that the student will ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and
  • 25. pursue, and they are going to create an essay based on their chosen career) ● Processing of the activity: The students will share what they have written on their essay ● DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● “Poster making” (in line with the provisions in the 1987 Philippine Constitution that pertain to media and communication) The students will choose a symbol that will represent the chosen provision in the constitution. It will be presented after the given time ● Homework: “Job-Seeking” (visiting online sites to look for different job openings for communication and journalism graduates. The students will create a reflection paper regarding the topic. Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Quiz ● Essay ● Poster ● Reflection Paper COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 26. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Clienteles and Audiences in Communication GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 13 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Describe the clientele and the audience of communication ● Distinguish the needs of the individuals, groups, organization, and communities ● Value the importance of responding to the needs of the individuals, groups, organization, and communities ● Involve themselves in an online survey research to identify the needs of the individuals, groups, organization, and communities ● White board marker ● Laptop and LCD Projector SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES:
  • 27. DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Online survey research: The students will choose topic that involves issue/need in communication wherein the issue must be relevant to the respondents who are 18-21 years old) The results of the survey will be presented on the next meeting DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Presentation of the results of online survey research. ● Processing of the activity DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Group Dynamics (The class will be divided into five groups. Each student from the group will collaborate to discuss the different sectors that benefit from the services of professionals in communication industry) ● Processing of the activity ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Online survey research ● Comparative chart on the group dynamics activity COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 28. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Settings, Processes, Methods, and Tools in Communication GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 14 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Identify the settings in which communicators and journalists are found ● Appreciate the value on responding to the needs of the individuals, groups, organization, and communities ● White board marker ● Test paper
  • 29. ● Publish a blog on responding to the needs of the individuals, groups, organization, and communities in order to be accessed by the people involved SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Blog Making: The students will publish a report of the conducted online survey to make the results accessible to laypeople. This is based on the results of the conducted online research survey on the previous activity DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Open discussion on the settings, processes, methods, and tools in communication) DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Quiz on the previous discussion on the settings, processes, methods, and tools in communication ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Blog post ● Quiz COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 30. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Communication Media Channels GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 15 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Distinguish the appropriate communication media channel (s) to use in different settings and situations ● White board marker
  • 31. ● Appreciate the value of responsible posts, articles, and spread of news by means of communication ● Provide readings that tackle the responsible posts and articles on social media SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Open discussion on the communication media channels DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Sharing of Reading: The students will share the responsible posts and articles on social media that they have read in front of the class ● Processing of the activity DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Discussion on ways on how to prevent cyberbullying, fake news, and misinterpretations of ideas in social media ● The students will create a reflection paper based on the discussion ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Reflection Paper COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________
  • 32. NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________ LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Functions of Applied Social Science Self-development GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 16 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE:
  • 33. LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Explain each of the functions of applied social sciences ● Value the applied social sciences as part of everyday living ● Engage themselves in a factual panel discussion regarding the functions of the applied social science ● White board marker ● Bond paper ● Coloring materials SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Panel discussion: The students will be divided into 5 groups to brainstorm and have a panel discussion on the importance of social science. DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Processing of the panel discussion: What have been brainstormed and discuss by the students in their group during the panel discussion will be presented in front of the class by the representatives. DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● “My Best Self” (illustration on the best version of yourself): The students will draw themselves based on the development they undergo through time. Some students will present the activity in the class. ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Recitation ● Illustration COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ ________________________________
  • 34. OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________ LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Effects of Applied Social Sciences Process GRADE LEVEL: 12
  • 35. LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 17 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Analyze the effects of applied social sciences processes on individuals, groups, and society ● Value the applied social sciences as part of everyday living ● Create a vlog/documentation on the existing development programs within their community ● White board marker ● Laptop and LCD Projector SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Open Discussion on the effects of applied social sciences process DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Documentation/Vlog making: The students will be divided into 5 groups. Each group will make a vlog on the improvement of the community where the student belongs and the existing development programs to the community. They are going to present the written documentation and the vlog for the next meeting. DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Presentation of the created vlog in front of the class ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Documentation (written) ● Video Presentation Illustration COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________
  • 36. _____________________________________ OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________ LEARNING PLAN
  • 37. SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): Subject Synthesis GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 18 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE: LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Synthesize the learning of the subject and its applications to daily life ● Value the applied social sciences as part of everyday living ● Create a portfolio regarding the subject’s requirements ● White board marker SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Portfolio Making: Each group will provide a portfolio which serves as the compilation of the vlog making they have presented DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Submission of the portfolio DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Completion of requirements for the subject area ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Portfolio COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ ________________________________
  • 38. OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________
  • 39. LEARNING PLAN SUBJECT AREA: DISCIPLINE AND IDEAS IN THE APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCES TOPIC(S): FINAL EXAMINATION WEEK GRADE LEVEL: 12 LESSON DURATION: DAY(S): 3 DATE: Week 19 PREPARED BY: SIGNATURE : LEARNING COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES: MATERIALS: At the end of this lesson, the Grade 12 students should be able to: ● Review the lessons that have been discussed in the previous modules ● Enhance their critical thinking skills and testing skills ● Apply the lessons learned in the previous discussions ● White board marker ● Test Papers SUMMARY OF TASKS/ACTIONS: REFERENCES: DAY 1 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Review for the topics discussed in the previous meetings DAY 2 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Midterm Examination DAY 3 ● Daily Routine (Greetings and Organize Classroom Settings) ● Checking of papers ● Remediation ● DIWA Senior High School Series “Discipline and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences ● Introduction to Social Work by Lambert K. Engelbrecht, 1999 (Published by Lanzo) ● Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy (8th Edition) by Gerald Corey, 2009 (Published by Thompson Learning Academic Resource Center, USA) EVIDENCE OF LEARNING/TAKE HOME TASKS: ● Midterm Exam COACHING INPUTS (OBSERVER’S FEEDBACK): _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ _____________________________________ ________________________________
  • 40. OBSERVER’S NAME & SIGNATURE DATE TEACHER’S REFLECTION: _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________ NUMBERS OF LEARNERS WITHIN THE MASTERY LEVEL: _________________________ NUMBER OF LEARNERS NEEDING REMEDIATION/REINFORCEMENT: ______________