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B A T A N G A S

CAYETANO ARELLANO HIGH SCHOOL


T. Alonzo St. Sta. Cruz Manila

LEARNING PLAN

Name Of Teacher: Ms. Mary Rose B. Quimanjan Grade Level: 7

Learning Area: Arts Quarter: Fourth

Lesson No. 1 Duration: 50 mins

Content Standard Shows how theatrical elements (sound, music, gesture, movement, and costume affect
the creation and communication of meaning in Philippine Festivals and Theatrical forms
influenced by the history and culture.

Performance Standard The learners create/improvise appropriate sound, music, gesture, movements, and
costume for a chosen theatrical composition

Learning Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the student must be able to:

 Identify the history of Sublian Festival


 recognize the importance of Sublian Festival
 create an artwork that represent the Sublian Festival. .
Topic: Sublian Festival

Materials: Visual aids, picture,Laptop, Speaker

References: Music andc Arts (Learner’s Material pp 384-385

The teacher asked the students to arrange the jumbled letters on the board.

Motivation:

Guide Questions:

1. Have you been in Batangas?


2. What can you say about their culture?
3. What dp you think the famous festival that originated in Batangas

(Video Presentation)
Activity: Sublian

Guide Questions:

1. What can you observe from the video?


2. Based from the video, what do you call the famous festival held in Batangas?

Guide Questions:

Analysis: 1. What is Sublian?


2. What can you say about the dance of Batangas?

Web Map

Sublian

Abstraction:

The Class will be divided into two groups and asked to perform the Sublian Festival.
Application:

CRITERIA *The students will be graded


Originality Effectiveness Total according to the following
criteria
30% 20% 50%
Assessment:

Assignment: Advance study about the Different theatrical forms of Philippines.


CAYETANO ARELLANO HIGH SCHOOL
T. Alonzo St. Sta. Cruz Manila

LEARNING PLAN

Name Of Teacher: Ms. Mary Rose B. Quimanjan Grade Level: 7

Learning Area: Arts Quarter: Fourth

Lesson No. 1 Duration: 50 mins

Content Standard Shows how theatrical elements (sound, music, gesture, movement, and costume affect
the creation and communication of meaning in Philippine Festivals and Theatrical forms
influenced by the history and culture.

Performance Standard The learners create/improvise appropriate sound, music, gesture, movements, and
costume for a chosen theatrical composition

Learning Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the student must be able to:

 Identify the different types of Religious and Non- Religious


 recognize the importance of Religious and Non- Religious
 create the different types of Religious and Non-Religious.
Topic: Religious and Non-religious Festival

Materials: Visual aids, picture,Laptop, Speaker

References: Music andc Arts (Learner’s Material pp 384-385

The teacher gives 10 mins to the students to review their lessons about the Religious and Non-
Religious Festival.
Motivation:

Activity: The teacher divides the class into four groups for them to have a brainstorming about Religious
and Non- Religious.
Guide Questions:

Analysis: 1. What have you learn about the activity that you did with your groupmates?

Abstraction: Festival Date of Patron/Saints Places Root word Meaning


Celebration

The class will divided into two groups to perform the different types of Religious and Non-
Application: Religious Festivals
CRITERIA

Originality Effectiveness Total *The students will be graded


according to the following
30% 20% 50%
criteria

Assessment:

Assignment: Advance study about the Different theatrical forms of Philippines.