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    GRADE 1 to 12 DAILY LESSON PLAN School ENRILE VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 11 Teacher MARILOU T. CRUZ Learning Area 21 ST  CENTURY LITERATURE FROM THE PHILIPPINES Teaching Dates JANUARY 16 & 18 7:10  –   9:10 Quarter THIRD TUESDAY THURSDAY I.   OBJECTIVES A.   Content Standard The learner will be able to understand and appreciate the elements and contexts of 21st century Philippine literature from the regions. B.   Performance Standard The learner will be able to demonstrate understanding and appreciation of 21st Century Philippine literature from the regions through: 1. a written close analysis and critical interpretation of a literary text in terms of form and theme, with a description of its context derived from research; and 2. an adaptation of a text into other creative forms using multimedia. C.   Learning Competency/ Objectives Write the LC code for each. infer literary meaning from literal language based   on   usage  EN12Lit-Id-26 analyze the figures of speech and other literary techniques and devices in the text EN12Lit-Ie-27  II.   CONTENT canonical authors and works of Philippine  Figure of speech III.   LEARNING RESOURCES A.   References 1.   Teacher’s Guide pages   Not available Not available 2.   Learner’s Materials pages   Not available Not available 3.   Textbook pages 21 Century Literature from the Philippines and world by Louie Jon Sanchez  pp. 34-49 21 Century Literature from the Philippines and world by Louie Jon Sanchez  pp. 70 -75 4.   Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR)  portal  Not available Not available A.   Other Learning Resource IV.   PROCEDURES A.   Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson What is the difference between a story and a plot? Remembering super typhoon Yolanda B.   Establishing a purpose for the lesson Read the short story ; Voice tape by Ariel S. Tabag (Cagayan) Read the story :the haiyan dead by Merlie M.Alunan (Leyte) C.   Presenting examples/ instances of the new lesson Is anyone in your family a current or former OFW ? How long have been they away ? How do they communicate ? What do you remember about this event? How did you feel knowing that there was a storm coming? Can we rally prepare for these natural calamities ?Why or Why not?  D.   Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1    What did the Voice tape have to do with the events in the story ? I s it an important part of the story ?    How does the story characterize the OFW s and what they deal with ?Does the story think about OFWs and their situations ? How do you feel about it after reading the story ?    What is this story saying? What message is it trying to convey? What were the images dramatized in the poem ? There where clear references to what the dead were doing in what was left of their town after the typhoon. E.   Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2 F.   Developing mastery (leads to Formative Assessment 3) Discuss in small groups and present in class . 1.   Do you have your experience with family members who are OFWs? What are these experiences? 2.   Are the economic benefits of having an OFW family member worth the hardship of being separated from them for extended periods of time 3.   In the face of globalization ,do you think this  phenomenon will happen more often? What are the figure of speech and other literary techniques and devices in the poem ? How these figures and devices contribute to the larger meaning of the poem? G.   Finding practical application of concepts and skills in daily living Imagine an alternative ending to the story “Voice tape “. Imagine that Ato’s wife is finally coming ho me.Present what would happen when she walks into their house. Choose from the three possibilities: 1.   What if Ato never listened to the voice tape? 2.   What if ato listened to the tape ,but did not kill himself? 3.   What if ato tried to kill himself ,but failed? Present this five minute skit in class.Prepare to discuss your decisions on your story with the class. GRADING RUBRIC Imagine yourself as someone witnessing the aftermath of a storm .In a short poem of five to ten lines ,lift the spirits of your neighbors.  ITEMS EXCELLENT 10 GOOD 5 DISCUSSION CLARITY OF INSIGHT ORGANIZATION PRESENTATION CREATIVITY IN PERFORMANCE ORGANIZATION H.   Making generalizations about the lesson Can we say that the story “Voice tape “is a realistic story ?What details would you give to support your answer ? Does a story have to be realistic for it to be able to present a  believable human experience ? Answer these questions via a five  –   paragraph essay ,citing details from the story “Voicee tape “to support your answers?  Some parts of the poem do not follow the usual writing mechanics .How do you relate this with the  persona’s a ttitude towards the devastation?