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December 9, 2019

A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN MUSIC 8


I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standard: The learner demonstrates understanding of salient features of music and art of
the Philippines and the world, through appreciation, analysis, and performance, for self-
development, the celebration of Filipino cultural identity and diversity, and the expansion of one’s
world vision.
B. Performance Standard: The learner performs South Asia and the Middle East music with
appropriate pitch, rhythm, expression and style.
C. Learning Competencies:
1. Listens perceptively to music of South Asia and the Middle East. (MU8WSIIIa-h-2)
2. Discuss the vocal and instrumental music of South Asia.
3. Differentiate Carnatic and Hindustani Music.
II. SUBJECT MATTER: Music of South Asia and Middle East
III. SUBTOPIC: Vocal and Instrumental Music of South Asia
REFERENCES: Grade 8 Learning Material
MATERIALS: smart TV, graphic organizer
TIME FRAME: 50 minutes / Session

IV. PROCEDURE

Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity


A. PRELIMINARY ACTIVTY

- Prayer: Let’s stand up for a prayer,


________, please lead the prayer. (A student leads the prayer while the rest follows.)

- Checking of Attendance:
Group yourselves into 4. Each group will (Each monitor reports absent student/s.)
check their attendance by telling who is/are Group Music
absent. Group Arts
Group PE
- Greetings: Good Morning, Class! Group Health

-Good Morning, Ma’am Miles, Welcome to


- Yes! And today, is a new day to learn __________(section)
more about new lessons.

B. DRILL: Answer:
1.A Korean folk song used as a symbol 1.Arirang
of Korea and Korean culture. 2.Sakura
2.A traditional Japanese folk song 3. Mo Li Hua
depicting spring, the season of cherry
blossoms.
3. It is a Chinese folk song
REVIEW:
What did you learn yesterday?

I learned some geography and culture of South Asian


countries.
MOTIVATION: Listening Activity
1. Listen to the different music
samples prepared by the teacher.
(Carnatic and Hindustani Music
for India; Punjabi Music for
Pakistan; and Arabic music for
Israel) Match the music with the
Asian region it came from.
2. Point in smart TV each region
with:
Central Asia-VIOLET
South Asia-RED
West Asia-GREEN
Guide Question:
1. Were you able to match the music
to its region?
2. How about naming the countries
in each region? Can you name
them? Central Asia South Asia West Asia
3. In your notebook, make a table Pakistan India Israel
similar to the one shown below
and write the names of the We will listen to the music of India, Pakistan, and
countries that you know in the Israel.
table. Vocal Music Characteristics of
Traditional Music from
India
A. India Music from South India
So now do you have any idea what will be 1. Carnatic Music Directed to a Hindu God,
our lesson for today? called” temple music”
Unified based on the
Very Good 😊 same ragas-same solo
Daily Oral Vocabulary Experience instruments (veena,
melismatic refers to a style of singing first flute, violin) and same
started in 900 AD and culminating in the rhythm
Boroque era in which a single syllable of text is Set for the voice and
sung carried through many notes.
with lyrics
Vocal timbre- nasal and throaty
Rhythm-duple, triple, quadruple. Compositions KRTI-
devotional songs
2. Hindustani music
C. LESSON PROPER
Teacher will discuss the characteristics of Vedic period times
Traditional Music from India and Classification around 1000 BC
of musical instruments from India. Nasal singing
Use data information chart to summarize the North India-KHYAL-
vocal and instrumental music. means imagination
B. Pakistan
Ghazal Traditional expressions
Asia is a big continent consisting of several of love
countries. Are we going to study all of them? Qawwali Devotional music
Punjabi Music
We cannot, but we can focus on a few
C. Israel Devotional and Secular
representative ones from each region.
Jewish Music
Arabic Maqam Wazn-means measure
Iqa-rhythmic pattern in
Arabian music

Instruments of South Description


Asia and Middle East
India-South Asia
Ghan Non-membranous
percussive instrument
Avanaddh but with solid resonators.
Membranous percussive
Sushir instrument (drums)
Tat Blown air
Vina (plucked stringed
Vitat instruments)
Bowed stringed
instruments. oldest
Pakistan-Central Asia
Now let us proceed to the instrumental music of Tabla pair of small drums
India fundamental (since the
Dholak 18th century)
Harmonium  is a very popular folk drum.
also called a "melodeon",
"reed organ" or "pump
organ", a keyboard
Rubab instrument that is a lot like
an organ
robab or rabab is a lute-like
musical instrument 
Jewish Lyre Lyre
Psalterion Harp Harp
Shofar is an ancient musical horn
Goblet is a single head
Toft (Bendir) membranophone
a big hand frame drum

Carnatic Music Hindustani Music


Krti Khyal
Southern Northern
Temple music Nasal Singing
Lyrical Persian Singing
Unified Imagination

Quiz
Student’s Activity:
Study the words written in the box. Identify
which word fits the description of Carnatic and
Hindustani music. Write your answers on a
sheet of paper.
Khyal Temple music
Unified Northern
Krti Southern
Nasal singing Lyrical
Persian influence Imagination

D. GENERALIZATION:
Why do you need to study the music of
India, Pakistan, and Israel?

EVALUATION:
10 points for quiz
SECTION Above the Below the
middle score middle score
MENDEL 40 2
DARWIN 43 2
MAXWELL 41 1
VOLTA 43 1
GALILEO 44 2
FARADAY 39 2

REFLECTION
Students are well cooperative especially
doing the graphic organizer. Those who got
low score did not participate. I decided to
give them other activity.

Prepared by:

MAILA L. PAGUYAN
TEACHER 1
Checked by:

ROSEMARIE C. LUARTES
HEAD TEACHER III

Noted by:

ANGELITA S. FLORAGUE
PRINCIPAL I