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DAILY School: Maria A.

Montilla Memorial E/S Grade Level: Kindergarten


LESSON Teacher: Georgina I. Baquillos Learning Area: Work Period 1
LOG Dates &
Time: July 24, 2019 / 1:20-2:05pm Quarter: 1st QUARTER

At the end of the lesson, the pupils are


expected to:
1. differentiate rough from smooth;
2. classify the objects according to their
I. OBJECTIVES textures; Annotation
3. appreciate the importance of hands;
and
4. tell if the object is smooth or rough.

• CS: The child demonstrates an


A. Content Standard understanding of ...
 sariling kakayahang sumubok
gamitin nang maayos ang kamay
upang lumikha/ lumimbag
 pagpapahayag ng kaisipan at
imahinasyon sa mailkhain at
malayang pamamaraan
 body parts and their uses

PS: The child shall be able to...


B. Performance  kakayahang gamitin ang kamay at
Standard daliri
 kakayahang maipahayag ang
kaisipan, damdamin, saloobin at
imahinasyon sa pamamagitan ng
malikhaing pagguhit/ pagpinta
 take care of oneself and the
environment and able to solve
problems encountered within the
context of everyday living
 work with objects and materials
safely and appropriately
 confidently speak and express
his/her feeling sand ideas in words
that make sense

Use the senses to observe and perform


C. Learning simple experiments in classifying objects
Competencies (e.g., texture – soft/hard, smooth/rough;
(write the LC Code) taste – salty, sweet, sour) (PNEKBS-Id-6)

Classify objects according to observable


properties like size, color, shape, texture,
and weight) (PNEKPP-00-1)

Demonstrate an understanding that


objects are made from one or more
materials like metal, plastic, wood, paper
(PNEKPP-00-2)

(KA) Kagandahang Asal


(KP) Kalusugang Pisikal at Pagpapaunlad
ng Kakayahang Motor
II. CONTENT
(S) Sining
(LL) Language, Literacy and
Communication

III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1. TG/CG pages 105-120
2. Learner’s Materials
pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Materials
downloaded from
LRMDS
B. Other Learning ICT-aided presentation, pictures, real
Materials objects

IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous ENGAGE: Indicator 1: Apply knowledge of
lesson and Game: Feel Me content within and across
presenting new curriculum teaching areas
lesson Instruction:
The teacher will ask the pupils to touch the Indicator 3: Apply a range of
teaching strategies to develop
things inside their bag. critical and creative thinking, as
They are to say something about the things well as other higher-order thinking
they have touch. skills

Indicator 7; Plans, manages and


implements developmentally
sequenced teaching and learning
processes to meet curriculum
requirements and varied teaching
contexts

B. Establishing a EXPLORE: Indicator 1: Apply knowledge of


purpose for the Game: Touch and Tell – Smooth and content within and across
lesson Rough curriculum teaching areas

Indicator 2: Use a range of


Materials: Magic box, bond paper, sand
teaching strategies that enhance
paper, stone, paper, mirror, glass, sponge, learner achievement in literacy and
Manila paper with column (rough, smooth) numeracy

Procedure Indicator 3: Apply a range of


1. Have the learner explore the texture teaching strategies to develop
of the different materials in the box. critical and creative thinking, as
The pupil will describe the material well as other higher-order thinking
he/she is holding in the box. skills
2. He/she will guess what kind of
material it is. Indicator 4: Manage classroom
structure to engage learners,
3. He/she will show it to his/her individually or in groups, in
classmate after guessing. meaningful exploration, discovery
4. Have him/her paste it on the and hands-on activities within a
appropriate column on the texture range of physical learning
environments.
chart (smooth and rough).

C. Presenting EXPLORE: Indicator 2: Use a range of


examples/instances Ask the pupils of the texture of the materials teaching strategies that enhance
of the lesson in the texture chart. learner achievement in literacy and
numeracy

D. Discussing new EXPLAIN: Indicator 2: Use a range of


concepts and teaching strategies that enhance
practicing new Using the texture chart, the teacher will learner achievement in literacy and
skills #1 explain the texture of the materials and the numeracy
importance of our hands or the sense of
Module 5: Manage learners
touch. behavior constructively by applying
positive and non-violent discipline
to ensure learning-focused
environments.

E. Discussing new ENHANCE: Indicator 1: Apply knowledge of


concepts and Activity: content within and across
practicing new 1. Texture Sorting curriculum teaching areas
skills #2 Materials: objects with different textures
Indicator 4: Manage classroom
(paper, stones, paper, sand paper, bond
structure to engage learners,
paper, mirror, glass, cellophane, laminated
individually or in groups, in
picture, sponge) and trays meaningful exploration, discovery
Procedure: and hands-on activities within a
1. Spread out the objects on the table range of physical learning
2. Ask the learners to sort the objects environments.
according to their texture.
3. After sorting, go over each category. Module 5: Manage learners
behavior constructively by applying
2. Picture Puzzle positive and non-violent discipline
Materials: picture of hand to ensure learning-focused
environments.
Procedure:
1. Distribute one set of puzzle to each Module 6: Use differentiated,
learner. developmentally appropriate
2. Have each one complete the puzzle learning experiences to address
assigned to him/her. learners’ gender, needs, strengths,
3. Have them exchange sets as they finish interests and experiences.

F. Developing Ask the pupils to identify the texture of the Indicator 2: Use a range of
mastery (lead to given pictures. teaching strategies that enhance
formative learner achievement in literacy and
assessment 3) numeracy

Indicator 3: Apply a range of


teaching strategies to develop
critical and creative thinking, as
well as other higher-order thinking
skills
G. Finding practical Ask the pupils of the importance of our Indicator 2: Use a range of
application of hands. teaching strategies that enhance
concepts and skills What might happen if we do not have learner achievement in literacy and
in daily living hands? numeracy

Indicator 3: Apply a range of


teaching strategies to develop
critical and creative thinking, as
well as other higher-order thinking
skills

H. Making ELABORATE: Indicator 2: Use a range of


generalization and teaching strategies that enhance
abstractions about What do we use to feel the texture of the learner achievement in literacy and
the lesson objects? numeracy
What are the discussed textures that we can
Indicator 3: Apply a range of
feel using our hands? teaching strategies to develop
critical and creative thinking, as
well as other higher-order thinking
skills

I. Evaluating learning Cut and paste the objects according to its Indicator 3: Apply a range of
correct texture. teaching strategies to develop
critical and creative thinking, as
well as other higher-order thinking
skills

J. Additional activities With the help of your parents, draw as many


for application or as you can objects that are smooth and
remediation rough. Classify them.

Prepared by:

GEORGINA I. BAQUILLOS
Demonstration Teacher

Checked and observed by:

MARY GRACE C. PADERNAL


Master Teacher I