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Daily Lesson Log

School: Maac National High School Grade Level: Grade 11


Teacher: Vengie T. Mejos Learning Area: Personal Development
Teaching Dates and Time: September 3– 7, 2018 Quarter: 2ND

I. OBJECTIVES Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4


EsP-PD11/12PM-lh-6.3 EsP-PD11/12PMHWB-lh- EsP-PD11/12PMHWB-li-7.2 EsP-PD11/12PM-lh-6.3,
(September 3, Monday) 7.1 (September 5, Wednesday) EsP-PD11/12PMHWB-lh-
(September 4, Tuesday) and EsP-
PD11/12PMHWB-li-7.2
(September 6, Thursday )
A. Content Standard
The whole brain theory, or two hemispheres of the The whole brain theory, or two hemispheres of the brain: artistic ( right-brain
brain: artistic ( right-brain dominant) and linear ( left- dominant) and linear ( left- brain dominant)
brain dominant)
The concepts about mental health and well-being in middle and late
The concepts about mental health and well-being in adolescence.
middle and late adolescence.

B. Performance Standard Identify ways to improve learning using both the left Identify ways to improve learning using both the left and right brain.
and right brain.
Identify his or her own vulnerabilities and make a plan on how to say mentally
Identify his or her own vulnerabilities and make a plan on healthy.
how to say mentally healthy.
C. Learning At the end of the session the At the end of the session the At the end of the session the At the end of the session the
competencies/Objectives students are expected to: students are expected to: students are expected to: students are expected to:

6.3 Make a plan to improve 7.1 Interpret the concepts of 7.2 Identify his/her vulnerabilities Summative test.
learning using left and right brain mental health and psychological
through mind-mapping activities. well-being in everyday
observations about mental health
problems during adolescence.
1 CONTENT The powers of the mind Mental health and well- Mental health and well- The powers of the mind
being in middle and late being in middle and late and Mental health and
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adolescence. adolescence. well-being in middle and
late adolescence.
2 LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1.Teacher’s Guide pages PerDev by Dr. Barbara Wong-Fernandez, PerDev by Dr. Barbara Wong-Fernandez, PerDev by Dr. Barbara Wong-Fernandez, PerDev by Dr. Barbara Wong- PerDev by Dr. Barbara Wong-
et.al et.al et.al Fernandez, et.al Fernandez, et.al
TG p. 43 TG p.45 TG p. 45 TG p. TG p.
2.Learner’s Material pages

3.Textbook pages 43-44 45-53 45-53


4.Additional Materials from
Learning Resources
B. Other Learning Resources
3 PROCEDURE
A. Reviewing previous lesson or 5 min 5min 15min
presenting the new lesson. 1. Checking of attendance 1.Checking of attendance 1. Checking of attendance
2. Recap of previous 2.Recap of previous lesson
lesson 3. Collect Assignment/Journal
3. Collect Assignment
B. Establishing a purpose for the Power point presentation and Ask a question About. How do What are the effects of social media .
lesson answer questions that is you stay mentally healthy? to your daily activity?
being flash on the screen.

Do the motivation. Who is Michael


Jordan?
C. Presenting examples/instance of
the new lesson

D. Discussing new Discuss to the class about the Discuss to the class about the Discuss to the class about SEF ESTEEM
concept/practicing new skills Myths of MICHAEL Jordan. Change your mind about mental AND BODY ESTEEM.
health.

E. Developing Mastery (Leads to


formative Assessment)

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F. Finding Practical Applications of READ THE Myth of Michael Read the Change your mind Read the Self Esteem and body
Concepts and Skills in Daily Jordan. about mental health. esteem
living

G. Making generalizations and


abstractions about the lesson

H. Evaluating Learning 1.

I. Additional Activities for Write Journal At Write Journal At .


Application or remediation home/Assignment home/Assignment

4 REMARKS

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5 REFLECTION

A. No of learners who earned 80%


on the formative assessment

B. No. of learners who require


additional; activities for
remediation

C. Did the remedial lesson work?


No. of learners who have
caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to
require remediation

E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well? Why
did these work?

F. What difficulties did I encounter


which my principal or
supervisor can help me solve?

G. What innovation or localized


materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with other
teachers?

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