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School Teresa National High School Grade Level 8

Teacher Joel L. Oblan Learning Area MAPEH


Date Quarter 1st

I. Objectives
A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of human sexuality and managing sexuality
related issues for a healthy life.
B. Performance Standards The learner appropriately manages sexually related issues through responsible and
informed decisions.
C. Learning The leaner
Competencies/Objectiv 1. Identifies the different issues/concerns of teenagers (i.e., identity crisis) and the need
es (with the LC code for for support and understanding of the family. H8FH-Ie-g-22
each) 2. Applies decision-making skills in managing sexuality-related issues. H8FH-Ih-23
II. Content ISSUES AND PROBLEMS
RELATED TO HUMAN SEXUALITY
III. Learning Resources
A. References
Teacher’s Guide Pages
Learner’s Materials Pages Physical Education and Health pages 224-244
Textbook Pages
Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
Portal
Other Learning Materials
IV. Procedures
A. Reviewing previous Elicit: Review the previous lesson on Health (Human Sexuality)
lesson of presenting the (The activities in
new lesson. this section will
evoke or draw
out prior
concepts or prior
experiences from
the students)
B. Establishing a purpose Engage: Pre-assessment
for the lesson (The activities in True or false
this section will Write true if the statement is correct and false if it is not correct.
stimulate their 1. A person can acquire HIV/AIDS from using intravenous
thinking and help syringe used by an infected person.
C. Presenting 2. Most sexually transmitted infection can be treated and cured
them access and
examples/instances of the without medical attention.
connect prior 3. If a woman who was infected with HIV/AIDS gave birth
new lesson knowledge as a through normal delivery, there is a possibility that her child
jumpstart to the will be infected too.
present lesson) 4. A person always knows when he or she has a sexually
transmitted infection.
5. People who get sexually transmitted infection have a lot of sex
partners.
6. All types of sexually transmitted infection can be cured.
7. Parents consent are needed before you are treaded for a
sexually transmitted diseases if you are under 18 years old.
8. You can no have symptoms yet be infected by sexually
transmitted disease and be able to pass it with someone
else.
9. You can get several sexually transmitted diseases at one time.
D. Discussing new Explore: ISSUES AND PROBLEMS RELATED TO HUMAN SEXUALITY
concepts and practicing (In this section,
new skills #1 students will be What is STI?
given time to
think, plan, Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), also known as Sexually
Transmitted Disease (STD) is a communicable disease that
investigate, and
E. Discussing new organize is spread by a pathogen (disease-causing organism) from
concepts and practicing collected one person to another person through sexual contact.
new skills #2 information; or
the performance
of the
planned/prepare
d activities from
the students’
manual with data
gathering with
Guide
Questions)
F. Developing mastery Explain: STI
(leads to Formative (In this section, STIs are transmitted through an exchange of body fluids during
Assessment 3) students will be sexual intercourse. This infection is commonly caused by
involved in an bacteria and viruses.
analysis of their
Some STIs can be treated successfully but many STIs such as
exploration. Their
HIV/AIDS still have no cure.
understanding is
clarified and Common Symptoms of STIs
modified Discharge from genitals
because of Warts
reflective Blisters
activities)/Analysi Sores in the genital area
s of the gathered Painful urination
data and results Flu-like symptoms
and be able to
answer the
Guide Questions
leading to the
focus concept or
topic for the day.
G. Finding practical Common Sexually Transmitted Infection
applications of concepts Common
STIs
AIDS Chlamydia Genital
Herpes
Gonorrhea Syphilis

and skills in daily living Pathogen Human Chlamydia Herpes Neisseria Treponem
s Immuno- Trachomatis Simplex-2 Gonorrhea a Pallidum
(causative deficiency Bacterium Virus Bacterium Bacterium
agents) Virus (HIV)
Long  Immune In women  If left  Sterility If left
H. Making generalizations term system  Pelvic untreated,  Liver untreated
and abstractions about the Effects failure inflammatio can cause Disease  Mental
 Severe n with cervical  Testicula illness
lesson
Elaborate: illness abdominal cancer in r disease  Heart
leading pain woman infection and
(This section will to death  Fever  For of the kidney
give students the  8 – 10  Menstrual pregnant, heart damage
years to bleeding deformitie lining  Death
opportunity to see the  Ectopic s in  Eye
expand and signs of pregnancy unborn infection
infection babies s for
solidify/concretiz  Infection In men newborn
e their of  Enlarge leading
infants lymph to
understanding of leading glands of blindnes
the concept to death the groin s
 Infection of
and/or apply it to the testicles
a real-world  Infection
situation) during birth
can cause
blindness
or illness in
newborn
Preventiv Abstinenc Abstinence Abstinence Abstinence Abstinenc
e e from from sexual from sexual from e from
Measures sexual intercourse intercourse sexual sexual
intercours and from intercourse intercours
e and from use of and from e and from
use of intravenous use of use of
intravenou drugs. intravenou intravenou
s drugs. s drugs. s drugs.
I. Evaluating learning Evaluation: True or false
(This section will Write true if the statement is correct and false if it is not correct.
provide 1. A person can aquire HIV/AIDS from using intravenouse
opportunities for syringe used by an infected person.
concept check 2. Most sexually transmitted infection can be treated and cured
without medical attention.
test items and
3. If a woman who was infected with HIV/AIDS gave birth
answer key through normal delivery, there is a possiblity that her child will
which are be infected too.
aligned to the 4. A person always knows when he or she has a sexually
learning transmitted infection.
objectives – 5. People who get sexually transmitted infection have a lot of sex
content and partners.
performance 6. all types of sexually transmitted infection can be cured.
standards and 7. Parents concent are needed before you are treaded for a
address sexually transmitted diseases if you are under 18 years old.
misconceptions- 8. You can no have symptoms , yet be infected by sexually
transmitted disease and be able to pass it with someone
if any)
else.
9. You can get several sexually transmitted diseases at one time.
J. Additional activities for Extend:
application or remediation (This section
gives situation
that explains the
topic in a new
context, or
integrate it to
another
discipline/societa
l concern)
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.
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these
works?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or
supervisor can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with other teachers?

Prepared by:

JOEL L. OBLAN