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JOSEPHS SCHOOL-MACTAN
MACTAN, LAPU LAPU CITY
HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
ACADEMIC YEAR 2012 2013

SYLLABUS IN MAPEH 7

Prepared by:
JUSTINE O. BAGUIO
MAPEH Teacher

ST. JOSEPHS SCHOOL MACTAN


Mactan, Lapu lapu City
HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
ACADEMIC YEAR 2012 2013

SUBJECT: MAPEH (Grade Seven)


SUBJECT TITLE: Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH)
DESCRIPTION:
Under the K-12 Curriculum, each subject areas aim as follows:
Music -It envision that Music in the K-10 Program will effectively nurture and refine the learners artistic expression and cultural literacy, and celebrate
his/her national heritage, while it instills, within every individual Filipino learner, pride in his/her own cultural identity.
Arts - focuses on the PHILIPPINE ART, CULTURE and HERITAGE, appreciating the diversity of our local artists, our arts, crafts,
and indigenous materials to strengthen the students identity of being Filipino, before he/she is introduced to the art of other countries.
P.E. - contributes to the development of fitness, health and wellness among school-age students as provided in the programs rich and challenging
physical activity experiences. It shall promote the development of a participative and active body; learning to use the body in moving
efficiently and effectively in a given space, time, effort and assurance of quality movement.
HEALTH - focuses on the physical, mental, emotional, social, moral and spiritual dimensions of holistic health and enables the learners to acquire essential
knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to promote good nutrition, prevent and control diseases and substance misuse and abuse, reduce
health-related risk behaviors to prevent and control injuries with the end in view of maintaining and improving personal, family, community, and
environmental and health.

SCOPE AND SEQUENCE


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MUSIC
MUSIC OF LUZON (Highlands
and Lowlands)

Music of Cordillera
Music of the Lowlands of Luzon
1: Music for Liturgy and
Devotional Music
Music of the Lowlands of Luzon
2: Spanish Influence in Secular
Music
Music of the Lowlands of Luzon
3: Philippine Music during the
American and Japanese
Periods

MUSIC OF MINDORO, PALAWAN,


and the VISAYAS

Music of Mindoro
Music of Palawan
Music of the Visayas
Instrumental Music of the
Visayas

ARTS
DRAWING AND PAINTING

FOLK ARTS AND DESIGNS IN


LUZON
FOLK ARTS FROM VISAYAS
FOLK ARTS FROM MINDANAO
PHILIPPINE PAINTINGS (Spanish
Period to Present)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
MEASURING ONES FITNESS
(Anthropometrics)

PRINTING PROCESS IN THE


PHILIPPINES
Printmaking in the Philippines
Printmaking Techniques and
Processes
PRINTING AND NEW MEDIA
Printing using New Media
Evolution of the Philippine
Printing

Finding my Pulse
Levels of Exercise Intensity
Physical Activity Index
Hypokinetic Diseases
Cool Down and Warm Up
Exercises
Assessing Muscular Endurance
and Flexibility
Assessing the Skill-Related
Parameters

INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
(ATHLETICS) Running

Background/nature
Basics skills
Rules and regulations
Officiating
Benefits of the Sport

HEALTH
GROWING HEALTH

Are you really healthy?


Changes in Adolescents
Dealing with Health Concerns
Health Appraised and Amazed

NUTRITION

Healthful Eating Guidelines


The Food Guide Pyramid For
a Healthy Life
Do you Eat Right?

MUSIC OF MINDANAO
Selected Vocal Music of
Mindanao
Gongs of Mindanao
Lutes of Mindanao
Bamboo Music of Mindanao

REPRESENTATIVE
COMPOSITIONS OF THE
PHILIPPINES
PROMINENT FILIPINO
COMPOSERS

Vocal Music by Representative


Filipino Composer 1:
Nationalistic and Love Songs

SCULPTURE and 3D
ASSEMBLAGES
Early Forms and Traditional
Sculpture in the Philippines
Philippine Sculptures in the
Modern Times
Sculpture during the American Period
up to the Present

VISUAL ARTS IN PHILIPPINE


DRAMA AND FESTIVALS
Traditional and Modern Philippine
Drama
Philippine Festivals

DUAL SPORTS (ARNIS)

Performing warm-up and


dynamic stretching exercises
Fundamental Skills in Arnis
Twelve Striking Techniques in
Arnis
Blocking Techniques in Arnis

PHILIPPINE FOLK DANCES


(TINIKLING)
Origin of the Tinikling dance
Dance Formations
Dance Patterns, Figures and
Routines

CONTROL and PREVENTION


(COMMUNICABLE DISEASE)

Infectious disease
process

Prevention strategies
Common Communicable
Diseases
Emerging communicable
diseases
COMMUNITY HEALTH
Pollution
Waste Management
Housekeeping and
sanitation
Prevention and control of
pests, insects and rodents

LEARNING AREA STANDARD


MUSIC and ART

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
HEALTH
The learner demonstrates understanding of the The learner demonstrates understanding key
concepts and processes in music and art through concept of physical activities in achieving, concepts of health and fitness in achieving,
appreciation, analysis and performance for his/her sustaining, and promoting an active lifestyle for promoting and sustaining wellness for quality life.
self-development, celebration of his/her Filipino health, lifelong fitness and wellness.
cultural identity and diversity, and expansion of his/her
world vision.
The learner demonstrates an understanding of basic

KEY STAGE STANDARD (GRADE 7-10)


MUSIC and ART
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The
learner
demonstrates
understanding
of The learner demonstrates understanding of
fundamental
processes
through
performing, integrating physical activity behaviors in achieving a
creating, and responding, aimed towards the healthy lifestyle.
development of appreciation of music and art, and
acquisition of basic knowledge and skills.

HEALTH
The learner demonstrates understanding of key
concepts of health and fitness in promoting and
sustaining wellness for quality life for the individual,
the family and the larger community.

GRADE LEVEL STANDARD (GRADE 7)


MUSIC and ART
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The learner demonstrates basic understanding of The learner demonstrates understanding of personal
the fundamental processes in music and art through health and fitness in achieving individual wellness
performing, creating, listening and observing, and for a healthy lifestyle
responding towards appreciation of the cultural
richness of the different provinces in the Philippines

HEALTH
The learner demonstrates understanding of growth
and development, nutrition, prevention and control of
communicable diseases and community and
environmental health and their impact on fitness and
health.

MUSIC
FIRST QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS

CONTENT:
Music of Luzon (Highlands and Lowlands)
- Vocal Music
- Instrumental Music
- Cultural Context (History and Traditions)
- Composition
- Social Functions
- Performance Styles/Techniques

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner
analyzes examples of
Philippine music from Luzon
and describes how the
musical elements are used.

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS

explains the distinguishing


characteristics of
representative Philippine
music from Luzon in relation
to history and culture of the

area.
analyzes the relationship of
functions of Philippine music
from Luzon to the lives of the

people.
sings representative
Philippine music.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

The learner...
demonstrates understanding of musical elements and
processes of Philippine music, particularly the music of
Luzon highlands and lowlands.
develops musical awareness and creativity in
expressing oneself while doing the fundamental processes
in music.

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANC
E TASK

MUSIC OF LUZON
(Highlands and
KWL Chart
Lowlands)
Concept Mapping
Music Composition
Music of Cordillera
Music Analysis
Music of the
Group Singing
Lowlands of
Poster Making
Luzon 1: Music
Video and Picture
for Liturgy and
Analysis
Devotional Music
Brainstorming
Music of the
Lowlands of
Luzon 2: Spanish
PERFORMANCE
Influence in
TASK
Secular Music
Designing an
Music of the
Instrument
Lowlands of
Substitute
Luzon 3:
(Coconut Shell
Philippine Music
Maracas)

INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS/
RESOURCES

The learner
analyzes musical elements and processes of Philippine
music.
correlates Philippine music to the Philippine culture.
performs examples of Philippine music, alone and with
others, in appropriate tone, pitch, rhythm, expression and
style.

REFERENCE
S

Pictures

Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts

Cartolina
Manila Paper and
Metastrips
Cassette and player
Rubrics Checklist

OUR
WORLD OF
MAPEH 1 by
Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR
WORLD OF
MAPEH 2 by
Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
MUSIC
Learners
Module and
Teaching
Guide

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Music
Appreciation
Cooperation,
Teamwork,
Unity
Love for
Philippine Music
Preservation of
the Philippine
Music
Creativity in
doing ones
artwork

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests
Projects
(Artworks)
Oral Recitation
Sight Singing

TIME FRAME

10 days

songs from Luzon


(highlands and lowlands)
alone and/or with others.

during the
American and
Japanese
Periods

Web
References
(internet)

performs on available
instruments from Luzon, alone
and/or with others.
improvises simple
rhythmic/harmonic
accompaniments to selected
Philippine music from Luzon.
explores ways of producing
sounds on a variety of
sources that would emulate
instruments being studied.

MUSIC
SECOND QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

CONTENT:
Music of Mindoro, Palawan, and the Visayas
- Vocal Music
- Instrumental Music
- Cultural Context (History and Traditions)
- Composition
- Social Functions
- Performance Styles / Techniques

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
analyzes examples of
Philippine music from
Mindoro, Palawan, and the

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
MUSIC OF
MINDORO,
PALAWAN, and
the VISAYAS

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...
demonstrates understanding of musical elements and
processes of Philippine music, particularly the music of
Mindoro, Palawan and the Visayas.
develops musical awareness and creativity in
expressing oneself while doing the fundamental
processes in music.

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES

KWL Chart
Pictures
Concept Mapping Laptop
Music Composition Speakers

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.

The learner...
analyzes musical elements and processes of
Philippine music.
correlates Philippine music to Philippine culture.
performs examples of Philippine music, alone and with
others, in appropriate tone, pitch, rhythm, expression and
style.

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Music
Appreciation
Cooperation,

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,

TIME FRAME

10 days

Music Analysis
Group Singing
Poster Making
Music of Mindoro
Video and Picture
explains the distinguishing Music of Palawan
Analysis
characteristics of
Music of the
Brainstorming
representative Philippine
Visayas
Poetry Composition
music from Mindoro,
Instrumental Music Playing musical
Palawan, and the Visayas, in
of the Visayas
instruments
relation to history and culture
of the area.
Visayas, and describes how
the musical elements are
used.

analyzes the relationship


of functions of Philippine
music from Mindoro,
Palawan, and the Visayas to
the lives of the people.
sings accurately
representative songs from
Mindoro, Palawan, and the
Visayas, alone and / or with
others.
performs on available
instruments music from
Mindoro, Palawan, and the
Visayas, alone and / or with
others.
improvises simple rhythmic
/ harmonic accompaniments
to selected Philippine music
from Mindoro, Palawan, and
the Visayas.
explores ways of
producing sounds on a variety
of sources that would emulate
the instruments being studied.
evaluates music and music

Textbook
Charts
Cartolina
Manila Paper and
Metastrips
Cassette and
player
Rubrics Checklist

Copiaco, et.al

Teamwork, Unity

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
MUSIC
Learners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

Love for
Philippine Music
Preservation of
the Philippine
Music
Creativity in
doing ones
artwork

assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests
Projects
(Artworks)
Oral Recitation
Sight Singing

performances applying
knowledge of musical
elements and style.

MUSIC
THIRD QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

CONTENT:
Music of Mindanao
- Vocal Music
- Instrumental Music
- Cultural Context (History and Traditions)
- Composition
- Social Functions
- Performance Styles / Techniques

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
analyzes examples of

Philippine music from


Mindanao and describes how
the musical elements are

used.
explains the distinguishing
characteristics of
representative Philippine

music from Mindanao in


relation to history and culture
of the area.
analyzes the relationship
of functions of Philippine
music from Mindanao to the
lives of the people.

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
MUSIC OF
MINDANAO
Selected Vocal
Music of
Mindanao
Gongs of
Mindanao
Lutes of
Mindanao
Bamboo Music of
Mindanao

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...
demonstrates understanding of musical elements and
processes of Philippines music, particularly the music of
Mindanao.

The learner...
analyzes musical elements and processes of
Philippine music.
correlates Philippine music to Philippine culture.

develops musical awareness and creativity in


expressing oneself while doing the fundamental
processes in music.

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
KWL Chart
Concept Mapping
Music Composition
Music Analysis
Group Singing
Poster Making
Video and Picture
Analysis
Brainstorming
Poetry Composition
Playing musical
instruments

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts
Cartolina
Manila Paper and
Metastrips
Cassette and
player
Rubrics Checklist
LCD Projector

performs examples of Philippine music, alone and with


others, in appropriate tone, pitch, rhythm, expression and
style.

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
MUSIC
Learners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Music
Appreciation
Cooperation,
Teamwork, Unity
Love for
Philippine Music
Preservation of
the Philippine
Music
Creativity in
doing ones
artwork

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests
Projects
(Artworks)
Oral Recitation
Sight Singing

TIME FRAME

10 days

References
(internet)
sings accurately
representative Philippine
songs from Mindanao, alone
and/or with others.
performs on available
instruments music from
Mindanao.
improvises simple rhythmic
/ harmonic accompaniments
to selected Philippine music
from Mindanao.
explores ways of
producing sounds on a variety
of sources that would emulate
the instruments being studied.
evaluates music and music
performances applying
knowledge of musical
elements and style.

CONTENT:
Representative Compositions of the Philippines
- Harana
- Balitaw
- Kundiman
- Nationalistic Songs
- Instrumental

MUSIC
FOURTH QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:
The learner...
demonstrates understanding of representative
compositions of the Philippines and appreciation of
prominent Filipino composers.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
The learner...
analyzes musical elements and processes of
Philippine music.
correlates Philippine music to Philippine culture.
recognizes the contributions of the prime exponents of
Philippine music .

Prominent Filipino Composers

give values to Philippine culture as a vehicle towards


national identity and unity.

- Nicanor Abelardo
- Francisco Santiago
- Francisco Buencamino, Sr.

Antonio Molina
- Antonino Buenaventura
- Lucio San Pedro
- Rodolfo Cornejo
- Julian Felipe
- Juan Nakpil
- Lucrecia Kasilag

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS

REPRESENTATIVE
COMPOSITIONS
describes how a specific
OF THE
idea or story is
PHILIPPINES
communicated through
PROMINENT
Philippine Traditional Musical
FILIPINO
Forms.
COMPOSERS

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES

The learner...

illustrates how the


different elements of music Vocal Music by
are combined in creating
Representative
Philippine Traditional Musical
Filipino Composer
Forms.
1: Nationalistic

KWL Chart
Concept Mapping
Music Composition
Music Analysis
Group Singing
Poster Making
Picture Analysis
Brainstorming

Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts
Cartolina
Manila Paper and
Metastrips
Cassette and
player
Rubrics Checklist

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
MUSIC

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Music
Appreciation
Cooperation,
Teamwork,
Unity
Love for
Philippine Music
Preservation of
the Philippine
Music
Creativity in

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests
Oral Recitation
Sight Singing

TIME FRAME

10 days

creates / improvises
appropriate sound, music,
gesture, movements, and
costume for a rendition of
particular Philippine
Traditional Musical Forms.

and Love Songs


Prominent Filipino
Composers
- Nicanor Abelardo

researches and analyzes


the lives, works, and
influences of early

- Francisco Santiago
- Francisco
Buencamino, Sr.

Antonio Molina
- Antonino
Buenaventura
- Lucio San Pedro
- Rodolfo Cornejo
- Julian Felipe
- Juan Nakpil
- Lucrecia Kasilag

LCD Projector

Learners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

doing ones
artwork

ARTS
FIRST QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

CONTENT:
Process:

DRAWING & PAINTING


Drawing and painting of the folk art motifs, designs found
in artifacts of the cultural groups i Luzon, Visayas,
Mindanao
Elements:
LINES
organic, curvilinear geometric, linear
COLORS
nature-based hues; dyes primary colors secondary,
tertiary colors
Principles:
REPETITION and RHYTHM of colors, shapes and
lines.

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
DRAWING AND
PAINTING

joins a group to do a

research on the culture of


some indigenous
communities coming from one
island and creates an audio-
visual presentation (drawings,
paintings) for the class.
joins a group to write a
report on how the Spaniards

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...
appreciates the distinctive designs, color schemes,
figures and objects coming from the cultural communities
found in the three island groups.
Luzon: weaving Abra, kalinga, Vakul, pahiyas,
higantes, barong
Visayas hablon, piyaya,
Mindanao- kulintang, malong, torogan

The learner...
creates a AV presentation with a group that compares
the distinct artistic designs of artifacts coming from the
different cultural communities from the three island
groups of the Philippines and explains what inspired or
influenced the design.
writes a comparative visual report on the influences of
the Spanish and the Americans in the architecture of the
Philippines, particularly in the churches and the houses
around the plaza, and the distinct features found in it.

sees the strong influence of the Spanish (400 yrs) and


Americans (50 yrs) colonizers on Phil. culture and
lifeways (houses, churches, celebrations, education,
food, daily utensils, clothing, accessories
(paintings of churches and plazas; pictures of cottages at
John Hay, Teachers Camp; Vigan, Taal, Batangas, Iloilo,
Bacolod-these places have bahay na bato.

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK

Picture Analysis
Group Research
FOLK ARTS
Group Activity
AND DESIGNS Brainstorming
IN LUZON
Group Simulation
Basket Weaving
FOLK ARTS
Portfolio Making
FROM
VISAYAS
Puso making
Activity
FOLK ARTS
Banig Weaving
FROM
Assemblage

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES

Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook

Charts
Cartolina
Manila Paper and
Metastrips

Rubrics Checklist
LCD Projector
Recycled Things for

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Art Appreciation
Cleanliness
Neatness in
ones artwork
Teamwork/
Cooperation
Determination
Self-discipline
Preservation of
the Philippine
Art Heritage

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests
Projects
(Artworks)

TIME FRAME

10 days

and the Americans influenced


the culture of the Filipinos,

publishes the report with


illustrations in a class
publication.

MINDANAO
PHILIPPINE
PAINTINGS
(Spanish
Period to
Present)

Reflections

Basket weaving
Charts

recreates a typical Phil.


plaza by drawing/painting
during the Spanish times and
make a mural of this.

CONTENT:
Process:

PRINTMAKING and
NEW MEDIA still pictures
- camera films
- videoclip
- videocam
- cellphones
- screen printing of design
Elements:
SHAPES,
COLORS
Film is a series of moving scenes; color sets mood
Principles:
CONTRAST is created when opposites are combined:
quiet colors and loud colors; slow action and frantic
movement.

ARTS
Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

ARTS
SECOND QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:
The learner...
realizes that still pictures, film and moving images
have a visual language and artistic elements different
from still drawings and paintings
understands that a story can be told through a short
film with emphasis on images, color and music or sound,
with dialogue not a necessary component.
(Cinemalaya films; award winning TV ads; other awarded
indie films by Ditsi Casimiro, etc)
can take pictures or record an event using a cellphone
and other recording devices, and these can be shared
with others immediately.
knows that an original design can be replicated many
times through the use of a duplicating machine.
(Team Manila designs of Phil. icons, maps, places
for shirts, bags,hats,; Also Island Souvenirs design for
different provinces)

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
The learner...
Is able to make a short storyboard of the series of
shots he is going to film and the kind of shots he will take,
to be able to tell his story.
can analyze short films, video productions and movies
and appreciates the development of the narrative through
different shots employed, the use of visual clues and the
use of color, music.
can select well-composed photos and analyze its
composition to show balance, emphasis and proportion
of shapes and lines.

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
narrates a short story, an
event, a celebration, a
tragedy, using a camera,
cellphone or videocam to
record it and present the
event.
has to make quick
decisions about the angle of
the shots, the kind of shots
(close-up, long-shot,
topshot,etc) and the
composition of the shots while
he is in the process of
recording.
shares the series of events
he recorded to tell his story
and presents it and allows his
classmates to critique his
pictures or film.
Is able to make a short
storyboard of the series of
shots he is going to take and
kind of shots, to be able to tell
his story.
can analyze short films,
video productions and movies
and appreciate the
development of the narrative
through different shots, use of

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
PRINTING
PROCESS IN
THE
PHILIPPINES
Printmaking in
the Philippines
Printmaking
Techniques
and
Processes
PRINTING AND
NEW MEDIA
Printing using
New Media
Evolution of
the Philippine
Printing

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
Picture Analysis
Group Research
Group Activity
Brainstorming
Group Simulation
Reflections
Portraiture
Picture Taking
Activity
Art Critique
Leaf Printing
Coin Rubbing
Vegetable Prints
Personalized Tshits
Wood Block Prints
Class Exhibit

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts
Cartolina
Manila Paper and
Metastrips
Rubrics Checklist
LCD Projector
Different kinds of
paper
Different kinds of
drawing tools

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
ARTS
Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Art Appreciation
Cleanliness
Neatness in
ones artwork
Teamwork/
Cooperation
Determination
Self-discipline
Preservation of
the Philippine
Art Heritage

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests
Projects
(Artworks)

TIME FRAME

10 days

visual clues and use of color,


music.

ARTS
THIRD QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

CONTENT:
Process:

SCULPTURE and
3D ASSEMBLAGE Creation of:
installation of nature objects of Jun Yee
assemblage of metal parts to create a music instrument
by Lirio
Metal scraps sculpture of Ral Arogante
Sack cloth, seeds, shells, buttons Wall hanging by Ching
Abad
Sculpture- bicycle parts Picasso

Putting up a Mini Museum Elements:


TEXTURE
of found and natural objects
SHAPE
organic and natural shapes
Principles:
CONTRAST
EMPHASIS

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
gathers material from his
surrounding that is
considered trash, and with a
group, recycles this material
to be part of an assemblage
(plastic bottles, caps; tetra

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...
knows that modern sculptors and craftsmen use any
material in their environment to create a 3D work.

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
SCULPTURE
and 3D
ASSEMBLAGES
Early Forms
and Traditional
Sculpture in the

The learner...
exhibits in his/her assemblage that the material is not
important, but the creativity and imagination of the artist
in creating an artistic assemblage

sees that among indigenous groups, it is common to


create musical instruments, pots and fishing and hunting
weapons, weave cloths, construct houses, according to
their own distinct. designs using local materials.

reports that in indigenous communities, constructing.,


carving, weaving and creating what they need is part of
their lifestyle and makes them self-sufficient.

Mt. Province bamboo based music instruments and


metal gongs, Woven baskets for food, rice. Visayas
guitars, Tboli,- molded bells, jewelry, figurines.Tie-dye
abaca tapestry.Maranaos bronze
cast metal jars, gongs, weapons.
observes local craftsmen as they carve or create local
crafts and note their mastery of the design and material,
which was passed on from generation to generation.

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
Picture Analysis
Group Research
Group Activity
Brainstorming
Group Simulation

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts

looks at his/her own assemblage and those of others


and he can judge which work is most creative and at the
same time artistic.

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Art Appreciation
Cleanliness
Neatness in
ones artwork
Teamwork/

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group

TIME FRAME

10 days

packs, straws, tin foil


wrappers, etc..) which will be
a creative sculpture.
collects pictures of, or
actual 3D artifacts from
different parts of the country
and research on its source,
material, source of design,
use, and put up a minimuseum , where each
artifact is displayed and
labeled properly for students
to appreciate.

Philippines
Philippine
Sculptures in
the Modern
Times
Sculpture
during the
American
Period up to
the Present

Reflections
Art Critique
Fruit and Vegetable
Sarimanok
Making your Own
Bul-ol
Making an
Inventory of
Sculptural Works
at Home, School
and the
Community
Interviewing a
Craftsman/ Local
Artist
Making Junk Art
Class Exhibit

CONTENT:
Process:

VISUAL ARTS IN
DRAMA & FESTIVALS Baguio Panagbenga LucbanPahiyas Bacolod- Maskara Aklan Ati-atihan Davao
Kaamulan Holy Week- Moriones, SantaCruzan Pasyon
Zarzuela Bulacan & Luzon provinces Moro-moro
different provinces
Elements:
COLOR
TEXTURE
costumes, masks, accesories, decor for venue and stage
Principles:
CONTRAST
RHYTHM

Cartolina
Manila Paper and
Metastrips
Rubrics Checklist
LCD Projector
Different kinds of
paper
Different kinds of
drawing tools
Recycled
Materials/Things
Fruits

by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
ARTS
Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

Cooperation
Determination
Self-discipline
Preservation of
the Philippine
Art Heritage

Presentation
Practical Tests
Projects
(Artworks)

ARTS
FOURTH QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

Identifies the unique festivals, dramas, celebrated all


over the country throughout the year, and state the
reason for its celebration

creates his/her own festival attire with accessories


based on authentic pictures of the festivals and joins the
drama group or festival community to celebrate the
event.

knows that the Filipino people love a festival, religious


ritual or drama where they are required to wear special
attires and costumes that show creativity and artistry
since this is part of a street or public performance.
where there is music and dancing.
appreciates the uniqueness of festivals like the
Pahiyas which the townsfolk prepare for, weeks in
advance by creating the colorful leaf-like kiping which
hangs as dcor for their homes.

appreciates the innate artistry of the townspeople who


join yearly in the festivities enthusiastically create an
entirely new costume,accessories and dcor every year;
create a photo-essay about an outstanding local actor in
a festival or drama
defines what makes each of the Philippine festivals
unique by a visual presentation and report. of selected
festivals representing Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
designs with a group the
visual components of a
school drama or participates
in a town fiesta to create: the
costumes or attire, mask,
headdresses, and
accessories and dcor and
venue and stage design
reports on the history of
the festival and its evolution
and describes how the towns
people participate and
contribute to its festivity and
gaiety.
analyzes the uniqueness
of the group that was given
recognition for its
performance to explain what
component contributed to
their being

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
VISUAL ARTS IN
PHILIPPINE
DRAMA AND
FESTIVALS
Traditional and
Modern
Philippine
Drama
Philippine
Festivals

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
Picture Analysis
Group Research
Group Activity
Brainstorming
Group Simulation
Reflections
Traditional Drama
Analysis
Making Your Own
Maskara
School Festival of
Talent

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts
Cartolina
Manila Paper and
Metastrips
Rubrics Checklist
LCD Projector
Different kinds of
paper
Different kinds of
drawing tools
Recycled
Materials/Things
Fruits

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
ARTS
Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Art Appreciation
Cleanliness
Neatness in
ones artwork
Teamwork/
Cooperation
Determination
Self-discipline
Preservation of
the Philippine
Art Heritage and
Culture

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests
Projects
(Artworks)

TIME FRAME

10 days

CONTENT:
FITNESS COMPONENTS, BENEFITS AND TESTING
Physical Fitness
Concept and Principle
Test and Assessment
Supplemental

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
recognizes and
appreciates the importance
of physical
fitness for himself/herself
differentiates the physical
fitness components
promotes the benefits of
physical activity e.g. (greater
work capacity, performance
enhancement, healthy
weight, prevention of injuries,
cardiovascular diseases and
diabetes for optimal health
and fitness) for optimal
health
selects and performs
appropriate physical fitness
tests that will assess ones
fitness level
interprets physical fitness
test results.

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
FIRST QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

demonstrates understanding of the concept and


principles of physical fitness to improve oneself

designs and implements a personalized exercise


program to improve and sustain the desired level of
fitness

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK

MEASURING
Group Activity
ONES FITNESS
(Anthropometrics Monitoring the
)
Heart Rate

Exercise Log
Designing Ones
Finding my
Exercise
Pulse
Program
Levels of
Performing
the
Exercise
Activities in
Intensity
measuring the
Physical Activity
physical fitness
Index

Hypokinetic
Diseases
Cool Down and
Warm Up
Exercises
Assessing
Muscular
Endurance and

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts
Timer / Stopwatch
Tape Measure
Ruler
Weighing Scale
Meter Stick

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
PE Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

VALUES

Self-Discipline
Determination
Cooperation
Alertness
Become

responsible in
undertaking

weaknesses
Possess
endurance and
strength needed
to respond
quickly to have
a peaceful
society
Develop the
students to
critical thinking
towards
responsive
decision

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT
Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests

TIME FRAME

14 days

selects and performs


fitness activities that will
improve his/her fitness level

Flexibility
Assessing the
Skill-Related
Parameters

CONTENT:
INDIVIDUAL SPORTS (athletics/ swimming)

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
INDIVIDUAL
SPORTS
(ATHLETICS)
Running

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
SECOND QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

demonstrates understanding of the benefits that can


be derived from participating in individual sports

performs individual sports regularly to achieve fitness

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK

Group Activity
Group Research
describes the
Performing the
nature/background of
Background/nature
Needed
individual (athletics or
Activities before
Basics skills
swimming) sports
and after the
Rules and
explains the benefits
sport
regulations
derived from playing
Miniature Track
Officiating
individual sports
and Field
exhibits self - direction by Benefits of the Sport
correcting himself/herself and
others (e.g. peers) when
playing individual sports
executes proficiently the
basic skills and tactics of the
sports.
officiates practice and
actual games by applying
knowledge of rules and
regulations of the sport.

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts
Timer / Stopwatch

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
PE Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

VALUES

Self-Discipline
Determination
Cooperation
Alertness
Become

responsible in
undertaking

weaknesses
Possess
endurance and
strength needed
to respond
quickly to have
a peaceful
society
Develop the
students to
critical thinking
towards

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT
Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests

TIME FRAME

14 days

responsive
decision

CONTENT:

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
THIRD QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

demonstrates understanding of the benefits that can


be derived from participating in dual sports.

performs regularly in dual sports to achieve fitness.

DUAL SPORTS (arnis/ badminton/ table tennis/ tennis)

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
DUAL SPORTS
(ARNIS)

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK

Group Activity
Group Research
describes the
Performing warm- Performing the
nature/background of dual
needed
up and dynamic
(arnis and badminton/table
exercises
stretching
tennis/ tennis) sports.
before and after
exercises
explains the benefits
the activity
Fundamental
derived from playing dual
Executing the
Skills in Arnis
sports.
fundamental
exhibits self - direction by Twelve Striking
skills, striking
correcting oneself and others
Techniques in
and blocking
(e.g. peers) when playing
Arnis
techniques in
dual sports.
Arnis.
Blocking
executes proficiently the
Creating a Routine
Techniques in
basic skills and tactics of the
of Movements
Arnis
sports.
as used in Arnis
officiates practice and
actual games by applying
knowledge of rules and

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts
Arnis Stick
Body Protector
Face Mask

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
PE Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

VALUES

Self-Discipline
Determination
Cooperation
Alertness
Become

responsible in
undertaking

weaknesses
Possess
endurance and
strength needed
to respond
quickly to have
a peaceful
society
Develop the
students to
critical thinking
towards

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT
Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests

TIME FRAME

14 days

regulations of the sport.

responsive
decision

CONTENT:
LOCAL AND INDIGENOUS DANCES

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
discusses the
nature/background of local
and indigenous dances.
explains significant
benefits to health and fitness
when folk dancing.
performs basic steps
peculiar to each dance.
executes rhythmic patterns
of selected local and
indigenous dances through
various ways.
describes costumes, props
and accessories of local and
indigenous folk dances.
interprets dance figures
correctly following the step by
step instruction of the teacher.
performs figures of the
dance with grace, form and

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
PHILIPPINE
FOLK DANCES
(TINIKLING)
Origin of the
Tinikling
dance
Dance
Formations
Dance
Patterns,
Figures and
Routines

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
FOURTH QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

demonstrates understanding of local and indigenous


Philippine dances that promote physical fitness.

performs skillfully local and indigenous dances as


physical activity that promotes physical fitness.

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
Group Activity
Group Research
Dance Step
Analysis
Creating a Dance
Routine
Portfolio

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Laptop
Speakers
Textbook
Charts
CD tape of the
Tinikling Song

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
PE Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

VALUES

Self-Discipline
Determination
Cooperation
Alertness
Accuracy

Become
responsible in

undertaking
weaknesses
Possess
endurance and
strength needed
to respond
quickly to have
a peaceful
society
Develop the
students to
critical thinking

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT
Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
Practical Tests

TIME FRAME

14 days

sense of rhythm.

CONTENT:
Holistic health
- Concept
- Dimensions
Changes in the health dimensions during puberty
- Physical
- Mental/intellectual
- Emotional
- Social
- Moral-spiritual
Management of health concerns during puberty
- Poor eating habits
- Lack of sleep
- Lack of physical activity
- Dental problems (dental caries,
malocclusion, halitosis, gingivitis, periodontal disease)
- Body odor
- Postural problems
Health appraisal procedures
- Height and weight
- Self-breast examination for girls
- Testicular examination for boys
- Vision screening
- Scoliosis test
- Health exam
- Dental exam

towards
responsive
decision

HEALTH
FIRST QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

demonstrates understanding of holistic health and


management of health concerns during puberty

appropriately manages concerns during puberty to


achieve holistic health

Development of self-awareness and self-management


skills

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
discusses the concept of
holistic health
- explains the dimensions of
holistic health (physical,
mental/ intellectual,
emotional, social, and moralspiritual)
- analyzes the interplay
among the health dimensions
in developing holistic health
- practices health habits to
achieve holistic health
recognizes that changes in
different health dimensions
are normal during puberty
- describes changes in
different aspects of growth
that happens to boys and girls
during puberty
- explains that the pattern of
change during puberty is
similar but the pace of growth
and development is unique
for each adolescent
applies the selfmanagement skills in dealing
with health concerns during
puberty, such as poor eating
habits, lack of sleep, lack of

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
GROWING
HEALTH

Are you really


healthy?
Changes in
Adolescents
Dealing with
Health
Concerns
Health
Appraised and
Amazed

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
Class Discussion
Brainstorming
Picture Analysis
Poster/Slogan
Contest
Concept Mapping
Survey
Situational Analysis
Group Simulation
Panel Discussion

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES

REFERENCES

Pictures
Health Information
Charts
Laptop
Overhead Projector
Manila Paper
Drawing Tools

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
HEALTH
Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Self-Discipline
Determination
Cooperation
Alertness
Accuracy
Become
responsible in
undertaking
weaknesses
Develop the
students to
critical thinking
towards
responsive
decision

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
PreAssessment
Projects

TIME FRAME

14 days

physical activity, dental


problems, body odor, and
postural problems
analyzes myths, fallacies
and beliefs
related to adolescent
health concerns
explains the importance of
health appraisal procedures
during puberty in order to
achieve holistic health (height
and weight measurement,
self-breast examination for
girls, testicular examination
for boys, vision screening,
scoliosis test, health exam,
and dental exam)
avails of health services in
the school and community in
order to appraise ones health

CONTENT:
Nutritional guidelines
- Food selection based on adolescents nutritional needs.
- The food pyramid guide or my plate model
- Nutritional guidelines for Filipinos appropriate during
puberty
- Nutritional problems

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
CONTROL and
PREVENTION

HEALTH
SECOND QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

demonstrates understanding of nutrition for a healthy


life.

makes informed decisions in the choice of food to eat.

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
Class Discussion

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD

VALUES

Self-Discipline

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

TIME FRAME

Paper pencil

12 days

follows the appropriate


nutritional guidelines for
adolescents for healthful
eating
- explains the need to select
food based on the nutritional
needs during puberty
- analyzes ones current
nutritional status
- computes ones caloric need
- evaluates ones diet in
terms of sugar sodium fat,
fiber, etc.
- follows the Food Pyramid
guide for , adolescents or the
My Plate model in choosing
foods to eat
discusses the nutritional
problems of adolescents
- describes the signs,
symptoms, prevention, and
control of malnutrition
(underweight and
overweight), and
micronutrient deficiencies
- explains the characteristics,
signs, symptoms, prevention
and control of eating
disorders (anorexia nervosa,
bulimia nervosa, compulsive
eating disorder)

(COMMUNICABL
E DISEASE)

Infectious
disease
process

Prevention
strategies
Common
Communicab
le Diseases
Emerging
communicabl
e diseases

Brainstorming
Picture Analysis
Poster/Slogan
Contest
Concept Mapping
Survey
Making a Venn
Diagram
Screening Test
Health Screening
Contract
Health Plan of
Action
Situational Analysis
Group Simulation
Panel Discussion
Canteen Visitation

Health Information
Charts
Laptop
Overhead Projector
Manila Paper
Drawing Tools

OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
HEALTH
Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

Determination
Cooperation
Alertness
Accuracy
Become
responsible in
undertaking
weaknesses
Develop the
students to
critical thinking
towards
responsive
decision

Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
PreAssessment
Projects

CONTENT:
Ecology of health and disease

Common beliefs about the cause of diseases


General factors that influence the health equilibrium
(host, agent, and environment)
Factors that influence disease transmission
The chain of infection
The stages of infection
General methods of disease prevention and control
- The three levels of
- prevention
- Specific preventive
- measures
Skin diseases as adolescent health concern: nature,
prevention, and
control
- Acne
- Warts
- Tinea (ringworm, jock
- itch, athletes foot)
Development of self-monitoring skills

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...

LEARNING
CONTENT/
TOPICS
CONTROL and
PREVENTION
(COMMUNICABL

HEALTH
THIRD QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

demonstrates understanding of the ways to prevent


and control communicable diseases

consistently demonstrates healthful practices in order


to prevent and control communicable diseases

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
Class Discussion
Brainstorming

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES
Pictures
Health Information

REFERENCES

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

VALUES

Self-Discipline
Determination

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,

TIME FRAME

12 days

analyzes the common


beliefs about disease
causation
discusses the factors that
affect disease transmission
explains the different
elements of the
chain of infection
discusses the stages of
infection
recommends actions to
prevent and
control the spread of
communicable
diseases
explains the nature of
common skin
Diseases during
adolescence
practices ways to prevent
and
control skin diseases
demonstrates selfmonitoring skills to prevent
communicable diseases
common during adolescence

E DISEASE)

Infectious
disease
process

Prevention
strategies
Common
Communicab
le Diseases
Emerging
communicabl
e diseases

Picture Analysis
Poster/Slogan
Concept Mapping
Situational Analysis
Group Simulation
Panel Discussion

CONTENT:
Community and environmental health issues and their
impact on peoples health
- Pollution
- Pests and rodents
- etc.
Utilization of community resources to address
community health problems

Charts
Laptop
Overhead Projector
Manila Paper
Drawing Tools

by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
HEALTH
Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

Cooperation
Alertness
Accuracy
Become
responsible in
undertaking
weaknesses
Develop the
students to
critical thinking
towards
responsive
decision

seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
PreAssessment
Projects

HEALTH
FOURTH QUARTER
CONTENT STANDARDS:

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:

The learner...

The learner...

demonstrates understanding of environmental health


to attain community wellness

consistently demonstrates healthful practices in order


to prevent and control common community and
environmental health problems

Prevention and management of common community


and environmental health issues

LEARNING
COMPETENCIES/
OBJECTIVES
The learner...
conducts a survey of the
pressing
environmental problems in
the community
- water supply
- food supply
- disease control
- sanitation and
beautification
- peace and order
- health and medical care
- moral and spiritual
- recreational program
- drug abuse prevent and
control
- pollution
- pests and rodents
- community disaster
preparedness
critically analyzes the
impact of community and
environmental issues and
problems on peoples
health
locates, evaluates and
uses community health

LEARNING
CONTENT/ TOPICS
COMMUNITY
HEALTH
Pollution
Waste
Management
Housekeeping
and sanitation
Prevention and
control of pests,
insects and
rodents

LEARNING
EXPERIENCE/
PERFORMANCE
TASK
Class Discussion
Brainstorming
Picture Analysis
Poster/Slogan
Concept Mapping
Situational Analysis
Group Simulation
Panel Discussion
Group Activity

INSTRUCTIONA
L MATERIALS/
RESOURCES

REFERENCES

Pictures
Health Information
Charts
Laptop
Overhead Projector
Manila Paper
Drawing Tools

OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 1
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
OUR WORLD
OF MAPEH 2
by Hazel T.
Copiaco, et.al
MAPEH k-12
Curriculum
Guide
HEALTH
Leaners
Module and
Teaching
Guide
Web
References
(internet)

VALUES

Self-Discipline
Determination
Cooperation
Become
responsible in
undertaking
weaknesses
Develop the
students to
critical thinking
towards
responsive
decision
Openness of
ones thoughts
and actions
Cleanliness and
Orderliness
Caring of our
Nature

EVALUATION/
ASSESSMENT

TIME
FRAME

Paper pencil
Test (quizzes,
seatworks,
assignments,
etc.)
Group
Presentation
PreAssessment
Projects

12 days

resources to help solve


community health problems
- Community recycling
- Community resources and
policies
- Health education and
promotion
- Strict implementation of
environmental laws