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G12 Dionysus; Hades; Janus; Minerva; Nemesis; Persephone and

GRADES 1-12 School: La Union Colleges of Science & Technology, Inc. Grade Level: Vesta
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher: Shendy M. Acosta Learning Area: Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person
Teaching Dates and Time: October 01-05, 2018
G12 Dionysus-(T-11-12);(W-7:40-8:40);(Th-2-4)
G12 Hades-(M-7:40-8:40);(T-7:40-8:40);(W-10-12)
G12 Janus-(M-8:40-9:40 & 10-11);(T-8:40-9:40);(W-
8:40-9:40)
G12 Minerva-(M-11-12 & 3-4);(T-10-11);(F-7:40-8:40)
G12 Nemesis-(M-1-3);(T-2-3);(W-2-3)
G12 Persephone-(T-3-4);(Th-1-2);(F-11-12 & 1-2)
G12 Vesta-(T-1-2);(Th-8:40-9:40);(F-8:40-9:40 & 10-11) Quarter: First Quarter

SESSION 1 SESSION 2 SESSION 3 SESSION 4


I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards The student should be able to show an understanding of the activity of doing philosophy of the human person as an embodied being in the world and the environment.
B. Performance Standards The learners will be able to understand the meaning and process of doing philosophy of the human person as an embodied being in the world and the environment as means towards
a holistic understanding of life.
C. Learning Competencies/Objectives PPT11/12-If-3.3 PPT11/12-If-3.4
Write LC code for each Distinguish their own Limitations and the Distinguish the limitations and possibilities for
Possibilities for their Transcendence transcendence
PPT11/12-If-3.3 PPT11/12-If-3.4
To understand the three human person To understand evil and suffering
about their religious beliefs
II. CONTENT THE HUMAN PERSON AS AN EMBODIED SPIRIT
III. LEARNING RESOURCES Introduction to the PHILOSOPHY of the Introduction to the PHILOSOPHY of the human Introduction to the PHILOSOPHY of the Introduction to the PHILOSOPHY of the
human person; Christine Carmela R. person; Christine Carmela R. Ramos, PhD human person; Christine Carmela R. human person; Christine Carmela R.
Ramos, PhD Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Ramos, PhD Ramos, PhD
Introduction to the Philosophy of the Person; Sioco Vinzons Introduction to the Philosophy of the Introduction to the Philosophy of the
Human Person; Sioco Vinzons Human Person; Sioco Vinzons Human Person; Sioco Vinzons
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Material pages
3. Text book pages 62-64 64-65
4. Additional pages from Learning
Resource (LC) portal
B. Other Learning Resources
IV. PROCEDURE Briefly review the previous topics Remind the class about the scheduled Remind the class about the scheduled
A. Reviewing previous Lesson or discussed. Review previous lesson quiz. review for the First Quarter Examination
presenting New Lesson
B. Establishing purpose for the Lesson To distinguish the limitations and possibilities for
transcendence.
C. Presenting Examples/ Instances of the Picture presentation(asking questions regarding
New Lesson on the picture being presented)
G12 Dionysus; Hades; Janus; Minerva; Nemesis; Persephone and
GRADES 1-12 School: La Union Colleges of Science & Technology, Inc. Grade Level: Vesta
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher: Shendy M. Acosta Learning Area: Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person
Teaching Dates and Time: October 01-05, 2018
G12 Dionysus-(T-11-12);(W-7:40-8:40);(Th-2-4)
G12 Hades-(M-7:40-8:40);(T-7:40-8:40);(W-10-12)
G12 Janus-(M-8:40-9:40 & 10-11);(T-8:40-9:40);(W-
8:40-9:40)
G12 Minerva-(M-11-12 & 3-4);(T-10-11);(F-7:40-8:40)
G12 Nemesis-(M-1-3);(T-2-3);(W-2-3)
G12 Persephone-(T-3-4);(Th-1-2);(F-11-12 & 1-2)
G12 Vesta-(T-1-2);(Th-8:40-9:40);(F-8:40-9:40 & 10-11) Quarter: First Quarter

D. Discussing new concepts and Discuss what is evil and suffering all about.
practicing new Skills #1
E. Discussing new concepts and practicing Discuss the three human person about
new Skills #2 their religious beliefs
F. Developing Mastery
(Leads to Formative Assessment3)

G. Finding Practical Applications of Have someone to share an experience to which


Concepts and Skills in Daily Living they were awed and realized that it is possible for
them to do something which they thought they
could not done.
H. Making Generalizations and Individuals can choose to do things that affect
Abstractions about the Lesson their own body, but not that of someone else.
I. Evaluating Learning Can we really transcend or actualize our Construct and Conduct a Written Quiz Construct and Conduct a Review for the
possibilities/ potentialities? students before the First Quarter Exam
J. Additional Activities for Application or
Remediation

V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. Of learners who earned 80% in the
evaluation
B. No. Of learners who require additional
activities for remediation
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
G12 Dionysus; Hades; Janus; Minerva; Nemesis; Persephone and
GRADES 1-12 School: La Union Colleges of Science & Technology, Inc. Grade Level: Vesta
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher: Shendy M. Acosta Learning Area: Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person
Teaching Dates and Time: October 01-05, 2018
G12 Dionysus-(T-11-12);(W-7:40-8:40);(Th-2-4)
G12 Hades-(M-7:40-8:40);(T-7:40-8:40);(W-10-12)
G12 Janus-(M-8:40-9:40 & 10-11);(T-8:40-9:40);(W-
8:40-9:40)
G12 Minerva-(M-11-12 & 3-4);(T-10-11);(F-7:40-8:40)
G12 Nemesis-(M-1-3);(T-2-3);(W-2-3)
G12 Persephone-(T-3-4);(Th-1-2);(F-11-12 & 1-2)
G12 Vesta-(T-1-2);(Th-8:40-9:40);(F-8:40-9:40 & 10-11) Quarter: First Quarter

E. Which of my teaching strategies worked


well? Why these did work?
F. Difficulties did I encounter which my
principal or supervisor can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized materials did
I used which I wish to share with other
teachers?

Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by:

Shendy M. Acosta Mr. Michael Jay E. Alaska Mrs. Sheila F. Tabian, MAeD
Subject Teacher SHS Academic Coordinator Principal