Sunteți pe pagina 1din 9

2019 SUMMER IN-SERVICE TRAINING

(INSET)
FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS
HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY
MAY 3-MAY 5, 2019
(Group 6 Output)
PREPARED BY:
Vina Angeles of Montessori De Sagrada Familia
Vince Neil Agdipa of Immaculate Conception Academy
Princess Aireen Capua of Children of Fatima School Inc.
Roselyn Arangorin of Carmel Academy of Palauig Inc.
Lyka Chrisanta Aclon of San Andres School of Masinloc Inc.
Ma. Claudine Gimeno of Sacred Heart Academy of Sta. Maria (Bulacan) Inc.
Diana Caroline Capati of Guagua National Colleges Montessori
Princess Charlyn Bayani of Exact Colleges of Asia
Classroom Instruction Delivery Alignment Map
Grade: 11/12 Semester: First
Core 21st Century Literature No. of 40 hours/ Semester
Subject: Hours/Semester:
Prerequisite (if _____
needed):
Core Subject Description: This course aims to engage students in critical study and appreciation of
21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World encompassing their various dimensions,
genres, elements, structures, contexts, and traditions.

Culminating Performance Standard: The learner will be able to demonstrate and adapt a foreign
literary piece or text into other creative forms using multimedia.
Content Content Learning Competencies Highest Thinking Skill to Assess Highest Enabling
Standards Performance Standards Strategy to Use in
Developing the
Highest Thinking Skill
to Assess
Minimum KUD Beyond KUD RBT Assessment Technique Enabling Teaching
Classific Minimum Classific Level WW QA PC General Strategy
ation ation Strategy
Minimum Beyond
Minimum

Literary The learner The learner 11. Produce D Creatin Text Reflectiv Brains Problem Charades
genres, will be able will be able to a creative g analysis e Paper/ tormin solving Film
traditions to demonstrate representatio Compara g viewing
and forms from understand understanding n of a literary tive Graphic
different and and text by Paper Collect organizer
national appreciate appreciation applying ing of s
literature and literary texts of 21st multimedia ideas Concept
cultures, in various century skills Mapping
namely, Asian, genres literature of 11.1 Choose Script
Anglo- across the world appropriate Writin
American, national through an multimedia g
European, literature adaptation of form of
Latin and a text into interpreting a
American, and cultures. other creative literary
African forms using text
multimedia.
11.2 apply
ICT skills in
crafting an
adaptation of
a
literary text
11.3 do self-
and/or peer
assessment
of the
creative
adaptation
of a literary
text,
based on
rationalized
criteria,
prior to
presentation

Performance Task:

You are a 21st century film maker who uses modern technologies in your film. You are invited to conduct a seminar regarding the importance
of original adaptation of a certain literary piece. You are to present it among the STEM Students in Nueva Ecija University of Science and
Technology. Your presentation will be evaluated by the following criteria: Creativity. Well written, Well directed and Relevance.

Literal Transfer Task:

The learner will be able to demonstrate and adapt a foreign literary piece or text into other creative forms using multimedia.
TOPIC / LESSON NAME 21st Century Literature Culminating Activity (Literary Short Film Adaptation)

CONTENT STANDARDS The learner will be able to understand and appreciate literary texts in various genres across national literature
and cultures.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS The learner will be able to demonstrate understanding and appreciation of 21st century literature of the world
through: an adaptation of a text into other creative forms using multimedia.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES Produce a creative representation of a literary text by applying multimedia skills

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of this lesson, the learners will be able to:
1. Understand what literary adaptation is.
2. Adapt a literary text into other creative forms using multimedia (short film).
3. Examine the literary elements and techniques used in the text.
4. Compare and contrast what a film version is from a movie adaptation.
5. Write a script for the short film adaptation based on a literary text provided to the students.
TIME ALLOTMENT 2 weeks (4 hours per week)

LESSON OUTLINE:

1. Introduction/Review: Presentation of Objectives and Review of PT 5 minutes


2. Motivation: Unlocking concepts or ideas related to the main topic 15 minutes
3. Instruction/Delivery: Comparison of two different movies applying the same concept 60 minutes
4. Practice: Script Writing for a sequel and live performance of a selected scene 30 minutes
5. Evaluation: Writing a Reflective Paper
MATERIALS Chalk, board , projector, laptop, speaker, short films

RESOURCES Mata, Gabelo, Ambon, Babasa. 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World for Senior High
School. Mutya Publishing House, Inc.

PROCEDURE MEETING LEARNERS’ NEEDS

INTRODUCTION (5 minutes) Teacher Tip

1. Presentation of the Learning Objectives


2. Review of the performance task

You are a 21st century film maker who uses modern technologies in your film. You are invited to conduct a seminar
regarding the importance of original adaptation of a certain literary piece. You are to present it among the STEM
Students in Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology. Your presentation will be evaluated by the following
criteria: Creativity. Well written, Well directed and Relevance.
MOTIVATION (15 minutes) Teacher Tip

1. The students will play “Charades”. They will act out words or phrases like “Percy
Jackson”, “Harry Potter”, “The Hunger Games”, etc.
2. The teacher will list down all the words that they guessed and ask one of the
students to guess what’s the relationship or similarities between each titles.
3. The teacher will let the students know that all those titles are movie adaptations
based from 21st century literary works.

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:

1. How can film adaptation help us understand a literary text better


or easier?
2. Would you rather stick to the original text or create your own
twist to the story?
INSTRUCTION/DELIVERY ( minutes) Teacher’s Tip:

1. The teacher will discuss the difference between what a “literal film adaptation” is and what a “traditional
adaptation” is.
A literal film adaptation is when a production crew tries to be faithful to the original story or stories. Traditional
adaptation on the other hand is adding some changes and try to make it original.

2. The teacher explains what an artistic license it.


An artistic license is the freedom of an artist to add their own twist or change the original text.

II. 1. The students watch a clip of the film “Divergent” and “The Darkest Minds” (or the entire films if time
permits)

Students answer the following guided questions through a Venn diagram:

1. Who are the main characters in the story? What are their similarities and differences?
2. What kind of world do they live in?
3. What is the main conflict of the stories?
4. Was the conflict resolved? Why or why not? Support your answer.
5. If you were the character, how are you going to resolve the conflict?

PRACTICE (minutes) Teacher’s Tip

First Week

The students will start writing a script for a sequel of what will happen to the characters.

Second Week

The students will take a scene from their script and perform it live in front of the class. After that, the students
will start shooting their short film and will make their movie poster for their film.
ENRICHMENT (minutes)

The students will start advertising their film through social media and promote their film to other strands.

EVALUATION ( minutes)

First Week

The students will create a concept map by identifying the literary elements of the film.

Second Week

The students will make a reflective paper by answering the following question below:

1. If you are the main character in the story, how are you going to handle the situation? Are you going to
sacrifice yourself to the government for the freedom of your family or are you going to fight the government?
The students will evaluate their film using the rubric below. They could also give their own feedbacks
regarding the acting and the direction of the scenes.

Rubric:
1. Does the adaptation help to understand and explore the original literary work in new ways……. 5 4 3 2 1
2. Does the project work closely with the original text and play with its possibilities?……. 5 4 3 2 1
3. Does the project adapt the text creatively and is it innovative?……. 5 4 3 2 1
4. Do the actors/actresses portray their role effectively?……. 5 4 3 2 1
5. Is the adaptation project entertaining and intellectually stimulating?……. 5 4 3 2 1
6. Is the plotline relevant and logical?……. 5 4 3 2 1
7. Is the script well-written or impactful?……. 5 4 3 2 1