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LESSON TEACHER: Jean S. Catandijan LEARNING AREA: Practical Research 1

LOG TEACHING DATE: September 25, 2018 QUARTER: 1
Continuation of the lesson

The students will be asked to write their research methodology

CONTENT Learning from Others and Reviewing the Literature

The learner demonstrates understanding of:
CONTENT STANDARD 1. The criteria in selecting, citing, and synthesizing related literature
2. Ethical standards in writing related literature
The learner is able to:

1. Select, cite, and synthesize properly related literature

STANDARD 2. Use sources according to ethical standards

3. Present written review of related literature

LEARNING CS_RS11-IIIf-j-1 selects relevant literature

COMPETENCY CS_RS11-IIIf-j-2 cites related literature using standard style (APA, MLA or Chicago Manual of Style)
TOPIC AND Review of Related Literature

INSTRUCTIONAL A. Reviewing Previous lesson or Presenting New Lesson

1. The Delimitation describes the coverage of the study.
2. The Scope is citing factors or variables that are not included and the boundary in
terms of frame, number of subjects, participants or respondents who are included.
3. Scope and Delimitation discusses parameters of research in paragraph and it answers
the basic questions like topic, venue and time frame.
4. It also discusses why certain variables were not included in research.
5. It doesn’t discusses the number of subject or population included in the study.
B. Discussing New Concepts and Practicing New Skills
Check learner’s prior knowledge of how they are able to gather information or data on a
research topic or an interesting recipe, movie, sports, hobbies and others. Students will
be able to share insights on how they do it. Such information will be the baseline in
explaining what a literature is all about as well as the reasons why it is needed in

C. Developing Mastery
A literature review surveys books, scholarly articles, and any other sources relevant to a
particular issue, area of research, or theory, and by so doing, provides a description,
summary, and critical evaluation of these works in relation to the research problem being
investigated. Literature reviews are designed to provide an overview of sources you hve
explored while researching a particular topic and to demonstrate to your readers how
your research fits within larger field of study.
The teacher will use powerpoint presentations for the discussion

D. Finding Practical Applications of Concepts and Skills in Daily Living

To strengthen learner’s knowledge of what literature review is and its need, ask them to
write on a piece of paper an interesting topic they would like to explore. Tell the students
to enumerate at least three ways on how they will look for the information and data
needed about their chosen topic of interest. Ask them to share important information
they would like to look for in their chosen interest 9for ex. The student might choose the
topic basketball-Ask the student what about it interests them? Is it in players? Is it the
game itself? This activity will be the take off point in the discussion of the lesson.

E. Generalizations and Abstractions About The Lesson

A Review of the Related Literature provides a concise summary of information and
data findings that describe current knowledge and facts. It offers a rationale for
conducting future researchers. An important area of a literature review is an
understanding of a gap. It is an important research question relevant to a given
domain that has not been answered adequately or at all in existing peer-reviewed
scholarship. A gap will hopefully ensure that the research will likely have valuable
practical/or theoretical implications. Synthesis and generalization as the last
important area of literature lead to the identification and purpose of the proposed
study. In all reviews, some recommendations or implications for practice, education
and research should be included.

F. Evaluating Learning
Ask the students to comment on the following guidelines in reviewing a
1. Avoid the temptation to include everything you find in your literature
2. When investigating a researched area, review only those works that
are directly related to your specific problem.
3. When investigating a new or little- researched problem area, review
any study related in some meaningful way to your problem.

1. Additional Activities for Application or Remediation

On-line Assignment
Research What do you think is the most difficult aspect or part of doing the
literature review for your research study?


A. No. of learners
who earned 80%
on the formative
B. No of learners
who require
activities for
C. Did the remedial
lessons work?
No. of learners
who caught up
with the lesson
D. No. of learners
who continue to
E. Which of my
worked well?
Why did these
F. What difficulties
did I encounter
which my
principal or
supervisor can
help me solve?
G. What innovation
or localized
materials did I
which I wish to
share with other