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Instructional Plan (iPlan) Template


(With inclusion of the provisions of DepEd Order No. 8, s. 2015)
Learning Area:
iPlan No.:
Quarter:
Learning
Competency/
ies: (Taken from

Grade Level:
Duration:
Code:

the Curriculum
Guide)

Key
Concepts/

Understandin
gs to be

Developed
Learning
Objectives

Adapted Cognitive Process Dimensions


Rememberi The learner can recall
Knowle
information and
ng
dge
retrieve relevant
The fact or
condition of
knowing
something
with
familiarity
gained
through
experience or
association

Skills
The ability
and capacity
acquired
through
deliberate,
systematic,
and
sustained
effort to
smoothly and
adaptively
carryout
complex
activities
or ... the
ability,
coming from
one's
knowledge,
practice,
aptitude,
etc., to do
something

Understand
ing

Applying

Analyzing

Evaluating

Creating

knowledge from longterm memory:


identify, retrieve,
recognize, duplicate,
list, memorize,
repeat, describe,
reproduce
The learner can
construct meaning from
oral, written and
graphic messages:
interpret, exemplify,
classify, summarize,
infer, compare,
explain, paraphrase,
discuss
The learner can use
information to
undertake a procedure
in familiar situations or
in a new way: execute,
implement,
demonstrate,
dramatize, interpret,
solve, use, illustrate,
convert, discover
The learner can
distinguish between
parts and determine
how they relate to one
another, and to the
overall structure and
purpose:
differentiate,
distinguish,
compare, contrast,
organize, outline,
attribute,
deconstruct
The learner can make
judgments and justify
decisions: coordinate,
measure, detect,
defend, judge,
argue, debate,
describe, critique,
appraise, evaluate
The learner can put

Attitude

elements together to
form a functional
whole, create a new
product or point of
view: generate,
hypothesize, plan,
design, develop,
produce, construct,
formulate, assemble,
devise
A settled way of thinking or feeling about
someone or something, typically one that
is reflected in a persons behavior:

Values

A learner's principles or
standards of behavior;
one's judgment of what is
important in life.

Resources
Needed

Go beyond learners life


on earth, include more
than wealth and fame,
and would affect the
eternal destiny of
millions
Listing of all
resources
needed

(RA 8491)
Maka-Diyos
Maka-tao
Makakalikasan
Makabansa

Methodology
Introductory Activity
(____ minutes)
This part introduces the lesson
content. Although at times optional, it
is usually included to serve as a
warm-up activity to give the learners
zest for the incoming lesson and an
idea about what it to follow. One
principle in learning is that learning
occurs when it is conducted in a
pleasurable and comfortable
atmosphere.

Activity
(____ minutes)
This is an interactive strategy to elicit
learners prior learning experience. It
serves as a springboard for new
learning. It illustrates the principle
that learning starts where the learners
are. Carefully structured activities
such as individual or group reflective
exercises, group discussion, self-or
group assessment, dyadic or triadic
interactions, puzzles, simulations or
role-play, cybernetics exercise, gallery
walk and the like may be created.
Clear instructions should be
considered in this part of the lesson.

Analysis
(____ minutes)
Essential questions are included to
serve as a guide for the teacher in
clarifying key understandings about
the topic at hand. Critical points are
organized to structure the discussions
allowing the learners to maximize
interactions and sharing of ideas and
opinions about expected issues.
Affective questions are included to
elicit the feelings of the learners about
the activity or the topic. The last
questions or points taken should lead
the learners to understand the new

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concepts or skills that are to be
presented in the next part of the
lesson.

Abstraction
(____ minutes)
This outlines the key concepts,
important skills that should be
enhanced, and the proper attitude
that should be emphasized. This is
organized as a lecturette that
summarizes the learning emphasized
from the activity, analysis and new
inputs in this part of the lesson.

Application
(____ minutes)
This part is structured to ensure the
commitment of the learners to do
something to apply their new learning
in their own environment.

Assessment
(___ minutes)
For the Teacher to:
1.Assess whether learning objectives
have been met for a specified
duration
2.Remediate and/or enrich with
appropriate strategies as needed
3.Evaluate whether learning intentions
and success criteria have been met
(Reminder: Formative Assessment
may be given before, during, or after
the lesson.)

Assignm
ent

Reinforcing /
strengthenin
(____ minutes)
g the days
Note: Fill-in
lesson
any of the four
purposes
Enriching /
inspiring the
days lesson
Enhancing /
improving
the days
lesson
Preparing for
the new
lesson
Concluding Activity
(____ minutes)
This is usually a brief but affective
closing activity such as a strong
quotation, a short song, an anecdote,
parable or a letter that inspires the
learners to do something to practice
their new learning.

Prepared by:
Name:
Position/Designation:
Contact Number:
Bibliography

School:
Division:
Email address:

4
Appendices: (attach all materials that will be used)
1.

Activity Sheet

2.

Formative Assessment

3.

Answer Key

4.

Handouts

5.

PowerPoint Presentation

6.

Others

Affective: Growth in feelings or emotional areas (Attitude)


Categories
Receiving Phenomena

Responding to Phenomena

Valuing

Organization

Internalizing values

ask
choose
describe
erect
follow
give
hold
identify
locate
name
point to
reply
select
sit
study
use

aid
answer
assist
comply
conform
discuss
greet
help
label
perform
practice
present
read
recite
report
select
tell
write

work
complete
demonstrate
differentiate
explain
follow
form
initiate
invite
join
justify
propose
read
report
select
share
study

adhere
alter
arrange
combine
compare
complete
defend
explain
formulate
generalize
identify
integrate
modify
order
organize
prepare
relate
synthesize

act
discriminate
display
influence
listen
modify
perform
practice
propose
qualify
question
revise
serve
solve
verify

List of Attitudes (from K to 12 CG):


Self-esteem
Obedience
Self-confidence
Hope
Wellness
Charity
Respect
Fortitude
Honesty
Resiliency
Personal
Positive vision
discipline
Acceptance
Perseverance
Determined
Sincerity
Independent

Self-Control
Calmness
Responsibility
Accountability
Industriousness
Industry
Cooperation
Optimism
Satisfaction

Appreciation of ones
culture
Globalism
Compassion
Work Ethics
Creativity
Entrepreneurial Spirit
Financial Literacy
Global Solidarity

Thoughtful
Seriousness
Generous
Happiness
Modest
Authority
Hardworking
Realistic
Flexible

5
Patience
Critical thinking
Open-mindedness
Interest
Courteous

Gratitude
Tolerant
Cautious
Decisive

List of Values:
MakaMaka-tao
Diyos
Love of God Concern for Others
Faith
Respect for human
Trusting
rights
Spirituality
Gender equality
Inner Peace Family Solidarity
Love of
Generosity
truth
Helping
Kindness
Oneness
Humble

Persistent
Cheerful
Reliable
Gentle

Making a stand for the good


Voluntariness of human act
Appreciation of ones rights
Inclusiveness

Considerate
Sympathetic
Frankness

Makakalikasan

Makabansa

Care of the environment


Disaster Risk Management
Protection of the Environment
Responsible Consumerism
Cleanliness
Orderliness
Saving the ecosystem
Environmental sustainability

Peace and order


Heroism and Appreciation of
Heroes
National Unity
Civic Consciousness
Social responsibility
Harmony
Patriotism
Productivity

Nonfunctional verbs:
The following verbs cannot be measured or are redundant. They should be avoided when writing objectives:
Able to
Capable of
has knowledge of
memorize
Comprehend
Appreciation for
know
understand
Familiar with
learn
Awareness of
shows interest in
will be able to
Conscious of
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Behavioral Terms that are NOT measurable and do NOT meet
Appreciate
Increase
Enjoy
Motivate
Believe
Communicate Be able to know Learn how to Be aware of
Have an
understanding of
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ANCC's criteria for approval.


Understand
Implement
Grasp the
Be familiar with
significance of