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School Pinagkawitan National High School Grade Level Home Economics 12-B

Grade 12 Teacher KYLE B. REMO Learning Area Disaster Readiness Risk and
Daily Lesson LOG Reduction
Teaching Dates and Time June 4, 2018 1:00 pm Quarter 1st
June 5- 7, 2018 2:00 pm

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


I.OBJECTIVES At the end of the session, learners At the end of the session, learners At the end of the session, learners At the end of the session, learners
are able to; are able to; are able to; are able to;
1. familiarize with the house 1. refresh their selves about 1. clarify the meaning of 1. State the effects of
rules and curriculum guide; disaster readiness and risk disaster and disaster risk; disaster on human life.
2. organize their class; reduction; 2. explain the risk factors 2. Stress how and when
3. set their expectations for 2. answer the given pre-test underlying disasters; an event becomes a
the whole semester in the given time; 3. enumerate the types of disaster
3. asses their knowledge by disasters; and 3. Identify the different
checking the pre-test. 4. conserve environment areas/ locations
exposed to hazards
that may lead to
disaster.
Content Standards N/A N/A 1. Concept of disaster 1. Effects of disasters
2. Concept of disaster
3. Nature of disasters
Performance Standards N/A N/A The learners relate the concept of The learners relate the concept of
disaster with daily life. disaster with daily life.
Learning Competencies/ N/A N/A 1. Explain the meaning of 1. Describe the effects of
Objectives disaster. disasters on one’s life.
2. Differentiate the risk
factors underlying disasters

II.CONTENT Orientation Pre-test Basic concept of disaster and Basic concept of disaster and
disaster risk. disaster risk.
III.LEARNING RESOURCES
A.References
Teacher’s Guide pages N/A N/A N/A N/A
Learner’s Materials pages N/A N/A N/A N/A
Textbook pages N/A Quebral, Villamor S. EdD.2016. Quebral, Villamor S. EdD.2016. Quebral, Villamor S. EdD.2016.
Disaster Readiness Risk and Disaster Readiness Risk and Disaster Readiness Risk and
Reduction. Lorimar Publishing, INC. Reduction. Lorimar Publishing, INC Reduction. Lorimar Publishing, INC
pg 2-3 pg 4-7
Additional Materials from N/A N/A N/A N/A
Learning Resource (LR)
Portal
B. Other Learning Resources N/A N/A N/A N/A
IV. PROCEDURES
A.Reviewing previous Teacher says: “ Welcome to school Teacher says: “Let’s see how Teacher shows photos of disasters. Teacher asks: “What do you think
lesson or presenting the year 2018- 2019, I hope you guys familiar you are in readiness and through powerpoint presentation. are the effects of disasters to us? In
new lesson enjoyed your vacation, didn’t risk reduction by answering this Manila paper write down these
you?” ( No need to introduce pre-test” effects.”
myself since they also became my
learners last school year as well as
they don’t need to introduce their
selves since they already know
each other).

“Before we proceed to our


agendas today, I would like you to
share your summer vacation
stories.”

Teacher calls five volunteers to


share their stories.
B.Establishing a purpose “Great, I’m happy that you enjoyed Teacher says: “You only have 1 Teacher asks the learners: “What Teacher divides the class into four
for the lesson your vacation. I hope you guys are hour to take this pre-test.” do you think are these photos?” groups and ask them to present
now ready for school!” their output like a reporter.
What do you think is the difference
***Class responds of disaster and disaster risk,

“I know you already know some of Learners’ answers may vary.


my house rules. Can you give some
of those house rules?”
Teacher calls volunteers until
learners mention at least 10 house
rules.
C.Presenting examples/ Teacher presents the house rules Teacher instructs the learners how Teacher plays video about disasters Teacher shows picture of effects of
Instances of the new lesson through powerpoint presentation. to answer the pre-test through the and disaster risks. disaster.
given answer sheets Teacher instructs the learners to
watch the video and identify which
video is disaster and disaster risk
by writing their opinion on their
notebook.
D.Discussing new concepts and Teacher discusses the sanctions in Learners answer the questions. Teacher discusses the disasters Teacher discusses the effects of
practicing new skills #1 case they violate the rules. disasters.
E.Discussing new concepts and Learners elect officers from their N/A Teacher gives the different types of N/A
Practicing new skills #2 class. disasters.
F. Developing mastery The class president assigns the Learners check their answers while Teacher asks the learners to make N/A
(Leads to Formative housekeeping schedule. teacher gives the correct answer. a group of five and make an
Assesment 3) acronym to easily memorize the
natural types of diasaters and
Human-made.
G. Finding practical applications N/A N/A Teacher shares tip in taking care of N/A
of concepts and skills in daily environment.
living
H. Making generalizations and Teacher says: “I want you to divide N/A Learners make a poster of Natural Teacher asks the learners to write
Abstractions about the lesson your class into five. Here are the Types of Disasters and Human and some current issues in the
cartolinas where you have to write Technological types of disasters. Philippines that they think a
your expectations.” disaster and what are the effects of
it. This will be done by group. They
1st column: Expectations about the will make a role play out of the
teacher chosen issue.
2nd column: Expectations about
your classmates
3rd column: Expectation about
yourself
4th column: Expectation about the
subject matter.

Then, learners present their output


like a tour guide.

Teacher discusses the curriculum


guide to learners.
I. Evaluating learning N/A Teacher records the scores of Teacher assesses the posters Teacher assesses the posters
learners. through rubrics. through rubrics.
J. Additional activities for application N/A N/A N/A N/A
or remediation
V.REMARKS
VI.REFLECTION
A.No. of learners who earned 80%
on the formative assessment
B. No. of learners who require
additional activities for remediation
who scored below 80%
C.Did the remedial lessons work?
No. of learners who have caught
up with the lesson
D.No. of learners who continue
to require remediation
E.Which of my teaching strategies
Worked well? Why did these work?

F. What difficulties did I encounter


which my principal or supervisor can
help me solve?
G. What Innovation or localized
Materials did I see/discover which
I wish to share with other teachers?

Prepared by: Noted by: Approved by:

KYLE B. REMO MARIA CRISTINA M. REYES RANDY F. FALCULAN


Teacher I SHS Coordinator School Principal