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January 22, 2015


Detailed Lesson Plan in MAPEH Grade 9 (Physical Education)
For Local Demonstration

I Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to;
a. Determine the history of Zumba Dance,
b. Make simple routines of Zumba with energy and fun,
c. Appreciate the importance of Zumba dance in achieving fitness.
II. Subject Matter:
Topic:
Recreational Activity: Zumba Dance
Materials: Video of Zumba and speaker, pictures
Reference: Teachers Guide for P.E and Health Grade-9, pp.193- 194
III. Procedures:
Teachers Activity

Students Activity

-Prayer
-Greetings
-Checking of Attendance
A. Motivation:
- Class, I have here pictures.
All you have to do is to identify the
pictures. Are you ready?
- Class, what picture is this?

- Yes, Sir.
- Swimming

- How about this one?


- Cycling
- This one?
- How about this picture?

- Hiking

Very good!

- Badminton

- And the last one?


Thats right!
- What do we call those activities class?
Very good, class.
B. Presentation:
- Again class, what picture is this?

- Zumba dance

- Recreational Activities, Sir.

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-Class, our topic for today is all about


the Zumba dance.

- Zumba Dance

C. Discussion:
- What is Zumba?
- What else?
-Yes, all your answers are correct!
Very good!
-Zumba is an alternative indoor recreational
activity that is fantastic and fun form of
exercise.

- It is a form of exercise
- It is a recreational activity, Sir.
- It is a dance exercise

-Did you know the history of Zumba, class?


- Who discovered Zumba dance, class?
- Yes, Sir.

Very good!
- And who is Alberto Beto Perez?
Excellent! That shows you really reading
your assignment.

- Alberto Beto Perez, Sir.

- He is a celebrity fitness trainor, Sir.

-In what year, class?


Thats right!
-So how did Alberto Perez discovered the
dance Zumba class? Do you have any idea?

- Excellent!
-And that was the birth of the dance fitness
craze Zumba, class.

- Middle 1990s

- Zumba dance was accidentally discovered by


Alberto Perez, during his aerobic classes, he had
forgotten his aerobic music, so he quickly
grabbed whatever he has in his back pack. It so
happened that his tapes are those of latin music
such as salsa, and cha-cha-cha. With his
improvise skills, he was able to create on the
spot aerobics class using non-traditional music.

-This time we will watch a sample video


of Zumba Dance Aerobic, I want you to
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observe and later on we will have an exciting


and fun activity.

(the student-teacher plays the video


of Zumba Dance Aerobic)

-What have you observe, class?


Yes, very good!
D. Generalization:
Again class, who can give the brief
history
of Zumba dance?

E. Valuing:
-Do you appreciate the Zumba dance class?

- Many steps may be used to make the dance


more lively and exciting like belly dancing and
hip hop.

- Zumba is an indoor recreational activity that


was accidentally discovered by Alberto Beto
Perez, a celebrity fitness trainor in the middle
90s. The birth of Zumba came about during one
of his aerobics classes when realized that he had
forgotten his aerobic music, he used latin music
and on the spot he was able to create aerobics
class using non-traditional music.

IV. Evaluation
-You have your own group, right?
So all you have to do is go to your
respective group. This is my instruction,
I want you to make simple routines for
Zumba dance with your own level of skills
and fitness.

- Varied answers

-By the way, you will use the same music


entitled Dale-Dale by Francesca.
(The student-teacher plays the music
for their activity)
-Class, I will only give you 5-10 minutes
to prepare and practice.
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-Here are my Criteria in judging your


performance.
(the student-teacher reads the Criteria)

-Okay, go now to your assigned group


but before that what will you do while
planning and preparing with your activity?
-Can I expect that from you?

-Okay class, your 10 minutes is done.


You will now present your simple routines
of Zumba.

- listen, cooperate, and participate with the group


members, Sir.
- Yes, sir.
(students are very busy planning and practicing)

(the student teacher announces the result of


the activity)

-(Students present their simple routines for


evaluation)
-

CRITERIA:
Indicators of Performance

Outstanding
(10 points)

Very
Satisfactory
(8 points)

Satisfactory
(6 points)

1. The dancers move with precision in


time with the music.
2. The dancers show mastery of the
dance steps.
3. The dancers display creativity of
dance steps in Zumba.
4. The dancers foster positive attitude
towards group members and activity.
Total Score:
V. Assignment:
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Improvemen
(4 points)

Make simple routines of Zumba and introduce it to your family, make documentation and
reflection of the activity.

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Detailed Lesson Plan in MAPEH Grade 9 (Health)
For Final Demonstration

I. Objectives:
At the end of the discussion, the students should be able to;
a. Define Intentional injuries,
b. Describe the types of Intentional injuries,
c. List down ways to prevent and control Intentional injuries,
d. Appreciate the importance of knowing the different ways of controlling and preventing
Intentional injuries.
II. Subject Matter:
Topic:
Intentional Injuries
References: K to 12 HEALTH for Grade 9, pp. 155- 170
Materials: Pictures and Manila papers
III. Procedures:
Teachers Activity

Students Activity

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-Prayer
-Greetings
-Checking of Attendance
A. Motivation:
-picture reading
(the student teacher will post pictures on the
board)

(Students will share their ideas about the


pictures posted on the board)

B. Presentation:
Class, our topic for today is all about
Intentional Injuries.
C. Discussion:
Who can define Intentional injuries?
Yes, Jennifer?

-Intentional injuries are injuries that occur as


a result of a willful and meant to cause harm.

Very good!
Intentional injuries are injuries resulting from
violence and it can be divided into two, class.
What are they, Melbourne?
Thats right!
Can you differentiate the self-inflicted to that of
assault, Christopher?

- Self-inflicted and assault, Sir.

-Self-inflicted is when a person harms


him/herself while assault is when a person/s
harm other person on purpose.

Very well said, Christopher.


Self-inflicted is when a person harms him/herself
on purpose and it has two classification, class.
What are these, Krizza?
Can you differentiate the two classification of
Self-inflicted, Silbeth?

-Suicide and Para suicide, Sir.


-Suicide is an intentional taking of ones own
life, while Para suicide is a suicide attempt in
which a person is not intended to die.

Very good, Silbeth.


How will you recognize a person who has
suicidal tendencies, class?
Thats right, class.

- Talking about suicide/ death


- Writing farewell letters/ notes
- Showing changes in behavior, moods and
feelings.

Okay class, lets now move on to assault.


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What is assault, Kevin?


There are four classifications in assault, class.
What are they Christopher?

Very good, Christopher.


Within the family, domestic violence may
happen.
Can you describe what domestic violence is,
Joan?
Thats right.

- It is an intentional injury when a person


harms other person on purpose.
- (1) those that were committed within the
family, (2) those that were committed by
peers, (3) those that were committed by other
groups, and (4) those that were committed by
the family, peers, and other groups.

- Domestic violence is an act that includes


physical assault, sexual abuse, and verbal
abuse. Domestic violence happens when a
family member harms/ abuses another family
member.

Can you give examples of Domestic violence that


may happen within the family, class?
(answers may vary)
The second classification of assault, those that
were committed by peers.
Class, what this picture tells about?
Yes, bullying is under intentional injuries that
were committed by peers.
By the way, what is bullying, Simon?

Bullying, Sir.

Thats right.

-refer to any severe or repeated use by one or


more students of a written, verbal or
electronic expression, or a physical act or
gesture, or any combination thereof, directed
at another student that has the effect of
actually causing or placing the latter in
reasonable fear of physical or emotional harm
or damage to his property

There are four classification of bullying, class.


What are they Marino?

-These are physical, verbal, social and cyber


bullying, Sir.

Very good.
Aside from bullying class, we have Stalking.
Can you tell something about stalking, Lheslie?

Very well said, Lheslie.

- Stalking is a pattern of behavior that makes


you feel afraid, nervous, harassed or in
danger. It is when someone repeatedly
contacts you, follows you, send you things,
and talk to you even when you dont want

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them to.
Aside from that class, it is also threatening to the
person being stalked because the behaviors and
actions of the stalker often invade his/her privacy.
Now, can you give examples of stalking
behaviors and actions, class?

(answers may vary)

You are all correct class.


Okay class, lets now proceed to the intentional
injuries that were committed by other groups.
We have gang and youth violence.
Can you tell something about these gang and
youth violence, Rona?
- These are the group of people that
sometimes engage in range of criminal
activities and violence.

Yes, thats right.


Aside from Gang and youth-violence, we have
also illegal fraternity- related violence.
Do you have any idea why young people join
these gang and fraternity, class?

( answers may vary)


Thats right.
It is not easy to join fraternities, class. There is
what we call the initiation rites to become part of
the brotherhood and one of this is the hazing or
any activities that involve harassment and abuse
or humiliation.
Aside from that class, kidnapping and abduction
also are intentional injuries that were committed
by other groups.
Who can differentiate kidnapping to that of
abduction?
Yes, Leah?
- kidnapping is taking away or forcefully
moving a person against his/her free will and
holding him/her in unjust captivity, while
Abduction on the other hand is the deceit or
force in order to take a person away from
their home/ relatives. Most of the time, the
abductor is not holding the victim for profit
or any monetary gain, in kidnapping there is
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motives like getting monetary reward/


ransom or getting some sort of benefits from
the family of the victim.

Excellent, Leah.
And the last classification of assault class, those
that were committed within the family, by peers
and other groups and these are sexual and verbal
abuse.
Can you give examples of verbal abuse, class?

(answers may vary)


Very good, class.
How about in sexual abuse class, what are the
three classifications?
Yes, Shirlyn kate?
- Incest, molestation and rape, Sir.
What is incest, Jeny Rose?
How about molestation, what is molestation
Allen?
And what is rape, Christine?
Very good.

- Incest is a sexual contact between persons


who are so closely related to each other.
- Molestation is a sexual abuse of a person
(whether adult or a child) by an adult for
sexual pleasure or for profit.
- Rape is a force sexual intercourse, including
anal, oral or vaginal penetration.

Class, why do some victims of these sexual abuse


do not report to the authorities?
Why?
(answers may vary)
Excellent. You are all correct, class.
D. Generalization:
Who can now give the summary of our lesson for
today? Anyone?
(the students will summarize the lesson)
E. Application:
(the student teacher will divide the class into 4
groups)
This time, I want you to list down some ways
on how to prevent and control intentional
injuries. Write it on your manila paper (Shield of
Protection) and later on your group leaders will
share your output to the class.
Group 1: Self- inflicted
Group 2: Committed within the family
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Group 3: Committed by peers


Group 4: Committed by other groups
Okay, go now to your assigned group
but before that what will you do while planning
and preparing with your activity?

- listen, cooperate, and participate with the


group members, Sir.

Can I expect that from you?


- Yes, Sir.
(Students are very busy planning and
preparing their activity)
Okay class, your 5 minutes is done.
You will now present your output to the class.
(Group leaders present their group output)
F. Valuing:
Class, why is it important for you as students
to know the different intentional injuries and the
ways on how to control or prevent it?
(answers may vary)

IV. Evaluation:
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the correct answer from the given choices and write your answer
on the space provided for.
____1. Which of the following is NOT an intentional injury?
a. Vehicular accident
c. Fraternity hazing
b. Suicide attempt
d. Bullying
____2. It is a classification of bullying by means of technology and electronic means.
a. Physical bullying
c. Social bullying
b. Cyber bullying
d. Verbal bullying
____3. What Republic Act is physical hazing strictly prohibited, it is also known as Anti Hazing
Law?
a. Republic Act No. 10629
c. Republic Act No. 8049
b. Republic Act No. 7610
d. None of the Above
____ 4. You noticed that you are always being followed by someone you dont know. What will
you do?
a. Nothing. S/he is just a harmless admirer
b. Run away and hide from the person who is always following you.
c. Talk to the stalker and give money to stop following you.
d. Tell your parents and/or other authorities that you can trust about your stalker.
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____5. Which of the following is NOT verbal abuse?


a. Words that are used to explain to a child his/her mistakes.
b. Words that are manipulative and controlling.
c. Words that can cause gradual diminishing of self-confidence.
d. Words that are harmful and usually attack the nature and abilities of a person.
____6. You are being bullied in school. What is the best thing for you to do?
a. Do not do anything. S/he will eventually stop when s/he finds someone else to bully
b. Report him/her to the school authorities
c. Get even with him/her by asking friends for vengeance
d. Transfer to other school
____7. You heard your friend John telling your other friends to shun Christian because they
recently had a fight. What will you do?
a. Nothing. No harm will happen from it.
b. Nothing. I dont want to get involve.
c. I will confront John and tell to him to stop what he is doing because it is bullying.
d. I will convince all my friends to shun John instead because he is a bully.
____ 8. Why do some victims of sexual abuse remain quit and dont report the incident?
a. the victims may not know the help is available or s/he does not know who to talk to.
b. the victims might be told that what is happening is normal and doesnt realized that it is
a form of abuse.
c. the victims might be afraid of what will happen to her/him if s/he tells someone,
especially if the abuser has threatened him/her.
d. All of the above.
____ 9. The following are sexual abuse, EXCEPT
a. Physical assaults
b. Incest

c. rape
d. Molestation

____ 10. Self-defense is one of the best ways to prevent intentional injuries. Which of the
following best describes it?
I. Physical strategies such as learning self-defense skills.
II. Mental preparedness in order to be alert for the possibilities of danger.
III. Emotional preparedness and having self-confidence.
a. I and II
c. I and III
b. I, II and III
d. II only
V. Assignment:
Look for a newspaper clipping that show Intentional injuries. Cut and paste this on your
worksheet. Answer the questions that follow.
1. What is the news all about?
2. What is/are the intentional injury/ies presented in the news?
3. What did you feel for the victim/s in the news? Why?
4. Do you have a similar experience or have you witnessed a situation similar to the news? Share
this with the class.
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Prepared by:
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Checked by:
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Cooperating Teacher

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