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LESSON PLAN IN GRADE 11 – PRACTICAL RESEARCH 1

Name of Teacher: Grade/Year Level: GRADE 11


Learning Area: PRACTICAL RESEARCH Quarter: I
Competency: CS_RS11-IIIf-j-3
Lesson No. Duration (minutes/hours) 1 hour
Key The learner understands
Understanding 1. the criteria in selecting, citing, and synthesizing related literature
s to be
developed
Learning Knowledge Enumerate the purposes of citations
Objectives Skills Use the APA 6th edition for in-text citation
Attitudes Show active participation and interest in the class discussion and
activities
Topic Observation
Materials PowerPoint Presentation, hand-outs, activity sheets
Baraceros, E. L. (2016). Practical research I. Quezon City: Rex Bookstore. pp.73-
80

Learning Tasks
I. Preparations
Motivation/ Review of the previous lesson
Introductory Submission/ Presentation of Assignment
Activity
Discovering a Process

Students will be given a text in a frame.


Teacher asks:
How will you compare the text in the frame with an essay you encountered in
the past? Why does this text look like this?

A. Analysis Use the activity as the springboard of the lesson.

Q and A
1. Why do you think we need to cite the references we used?
2. Does citing references affect the reliability of an information? How?

B. Abstraction Students will work with their groupmates. Based on their readings of the
selection entitled “Standard Styles in Related Literature Citations or
References,” they will accomplish a KWL chart; then, they will share their works
to the class

Slide Show THE APA 6th edition for In-text citation

C. Application Guided Practice


Group Work
The class will be divided into 5 groups. They will be rewrite varied texts and will
cite them using APA 6th edition. The following phrases will be used:

“One study by Manalo (date) reveals…


The latest work by (author, date) asserts…
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According to Abad et.al (date) context is…


(Author’s surname) states that….
In (date), (author’s surname) opined…
According to (author’s surname)…
(author’s surname) explains/agrees/argues/describes/defines/…etc…

Valuing We should give credit to the sources of the information we gathered and used.
D. III. Assessment 1. Cite three reasons for in-text citation
2. How do we write in-text citations for the following references:
a. one author
b. two to five authors
c. six and more authors
d. anonymous authors

IV. Agreement Study your handouts on paraphrasing.


Be ready to participate during the class discussion.

LESSON PLAN IN GRADE 11 – PRACTICAL RESEARCH 1


Trece Martires City Senior High School
ALL STRANDS
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Name of Teacher: CRISTETA RESUTA-TAPIA Grade/Year Level: GRADE 11


Learning Area: PRACTICAL RESEARCH Quarter: 2

Competency: CS_RS11-IVd-f-1
Lesson No. Duration (minutes/hours) 1 hour
Key The learner understands
Understanding 1. observation and interview procedures and skills
s to be
developed
Learning Knowledge Define observation as a method of data gathering
Objectives Enumerate the pluses and minuses of observation
Skills Explain the in and out of observation as a data gathering
technique
Compare and contrast observation methods
Attitudes Show active participation and interest in the class discussion and
activities
Topic Standard Styles in Review of Related Literature, Citation, and References
Materials PowerPoint Presentation, copies of the lesson
Baraceros, E. L. (2016). Practical research I. Quezon City: Rex Bookstore. pp.101-
109

Learning Tasks
II. Preparations
Motivation/ Stirring Up Imagination
Introductory Students would be asked about their thoughts on the pictures that the
Activity teacher will show.

 Telescope
 Camera
 Cell phone
 Magnifying glass
 Microscope
 Window glass
 Sunglass
 Reading glass

D. Analysis Reading of the text on “Observation”


Explaining Learned Concepts
1. What is an observation as related to research?
2. Why is the psychological process of sensation important to
observation?
3. Are the two psychological processes, sensation and perception,
important in observation? Why or why not?
4. Is it right that the other name of observation is behavioral archeology?
5. Prove your point?
6. How are the methods of observation different from each other?
7. If you were to choose one data collection technique, would you choose
observation? Why or why not?
8. Which type of observation are you going to use? Explain your answer.
9. Have you already done observation to be more knowledgeable about
your surroundings? Explain your answer.
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10. Right now, which around you would you subject to observation? Give
reasons to your answers.
E. Abstraction 1. Is observation an effective method for data gathering? Explain.
2. In what types of research can observation be applied? Justify
3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of an observation?
Explain your answer.
F. Application Students will work by group.
Choose one topic that can lend itself to observation technique. Explain your
answer to the class.
1.Philippine Bridges in Metro Manila
2.Shoe Style of TMCSHS HUMSS Students
3.First Friday Mass with Quiapo Devotees
4.Playground Bullying among Elementary Students
5.Uniform wearing by All Trece Martires City Vendors
6.Siomai Selling at TMCNHS

Valuing Observation is one of the most effective methods in gathering data


D. III. Assessment In a matrix, compare and contrast the 6 types of observation
Write your answer on a ½ piece of paper.
IV. Agreement Choose a entity around you that you want to be the object of your observation.
Decide which observation type and method to use and prepare the research
questions to guide you in observing. Write your answer on a one whole paper.

Prepared by:

Cristeta Resuta-Tapia
(Teacher, Practical Research 1)
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