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Key Stage Standards:

Demonstrate understanding of the concept and performance that manifests responsibility toward oneself, love of fellowmen, country, and God
toward a peaceful and happy life

Unit I: Self-worth

Number of Days: 8 days

Content Standards

Performance Standards

The learner demonstrates understanding that to take care of oneself,


do ones duties and responsibilities, to be righteous, truthful, and prudent
are important toward a better life with the family.

The learner demonstrates different ways of proving his/her self-worth


by being responsible, righteous, truthful, and prudent at all times.

Key
Understanding
and Key
Question

Lesson
Number/
Title/Focus
Lesson 1: I Can
Protect Myself
Focus:
Preparedness

KUs:
Observance of
safety measures
helps prevent
common
accidents.

No of Days: 1 day Taking care of


oneself and
following safety
measure is
important toward
a better life with
the family.

Skills/*21st
Century Skills

Knowledge

Natural calamities
and common
accidents
An ounce of
prevention is
better than a
pound of cure

Some safety
measures to
prevent
common
accidents

Differentiate
natural calamity
from man-made
calamities
Name some safety
measures to
prevent some
common
accidents and
natural
calamities

Points of
Integration

Science and
Health: Natural
calamities;
Prevention of
common
accidents
English: Writing an
action plan for
flood victims

Practice and follow


the safety
measures
to avoid
accidents*

CURRICULUM MAP

Teaching
Strategies/
Differentiated
Instruction

Assessment
Strategies

Question and
answer

Pre-assessment:
Self-analysis

Brainstorming

Formative
Assessment:
Quiz

Sharing
experiences

Oral recitation
Graphic organizer
Differentiated
Instruction:
Situation analysis
Role-play on what
should be done in
case there is an
earthquake

Practice exercises
and activities
Summative
Assessment:
Lesson test
Performance task
(Group work)

Resources

Worktext

Pictures

Internet

Graphic organizer

Lesson 2: I Do
My Duties and
Responsibilities
Wholeheartedly

Focus:
Responsibility
No of Days: 1 day

KQ:
How can we
prevent the
occurrence of
common
accidents?

Vocabulary:
Calamity, tsunami

KU:
Meaning of

Responsibility and
responsibility
accountability is Different kinds of
fulfilling ones
response-bilities
duty
wholeheartedly. Qualities of a
responsible

child
KQ:
How can we
Vocabulary:
demonstrate
Owe, gratitude,
responsibility
negligence,
and

consequence,
accountability?
ethical, heritage,
peer pressure,

collage

Lesson 3: I Will
KU:
Do What is Right Man is given the
free will to
Focus:
choose and a
Righteousness
conscience that
will guide
No of Days: 1 day
him/her to
choose what is
right.
KQs:

Cite concrete
actions that
show responsibilities to the
family*

Social Studies:
Pictures of
different
occupation

Question and
answer strategy

Formative
Assessment:
Oral recitation

Worktext

Graphic organizer

Quizzes

Internet

Brainstorming
Think-Pair-Share

Classify the
different kinds
of responsibilities

Music/Arts:
Song composition;
Role-play about
responsibility

Show the qualities


of a responsible
child
Do and
accomplish
responsibly the
tasks assigned
to the group

Explain when a
person does the
wrong thing in
Doing what is right
his/her life and
and avoiding
how it affects
what is wrong
others
Conscience and
the golden rule Explain how
conscience
Deciding what is
helps the

Meaning of
righteousness

Do the activities
assigned in each
group showing
preparedness
and safety
measures to
protect oneself
and others from
accidents and
other calamities

Graphic organizer
Differentiated
Instruction:
Collage making
Composing a rap
song

Pictures
Answering
activities and
exercises
Summative
Assessment:
Lesson test
Performance task
(Group work)

Making a skit

English: Short
essay; Writing

Think-Pair-Share
about right or
wrong deeds

Formative
Assessment:
Oral recitation

Religion:
Conscience;

Expressing

Worktext

Internet

Television
Magazine

Brainstorming

Quizzes

Pictures and other


visual materials

Why should we
learn how to use
our free will?
What happens
when we use our
freedom without
accountability?

right

person does the


good or right
thing

emotion through
journal writing

Vocabulary:
Conscience, rude, Make a selfbullying, free will,
analysis to
temporal, moral,
check if one is
facility
doing the right
thing all the
time

about excuses and


rationalization on
wrongdoings
Journal Writing
Conducting a talk
show

Focus:
Truthfulness
No of Days: 2
days

KU:
Truthfulness is the
quality of being
fair, honest, and
straightforward
in thoughts, in
words, and in
deeds.

KQ:
Why should be
strive to be
truthful at all
times?

Meaning of
truthfulness

Give views why


people cannot
stop telling lies

Things that are


offensive in the Differentiate
eyes of God
honesty from
truthfulness
Characteristics of

a truthful person Answer the


questions that
Importance of
measure ones
being truthful
honesty
and honest
Accomplish the
Vocabulary:
task assigned in
Abominable,
each group
haughty, wicked,
swiftly, discord,
utter, facet, tactful

Summative
Assessment:
Oral and written
test

Making bookmarks
Performance task
(Group work)

Perform activities
that will correct
wrongdoing

Lesson 4: I Am
Truthful

Answering
activities and
exercises

CLE: Seven things


that are offensive
in the eyes of God

Buzz session

Worktext

Picture analysis

Formative
Assessment:
Short test

Internet

Arts: Collage
making

Fishbowl strategy

Oral recitation

Television

Advertisement
analysis

Answering
activities and
exercises

Magazine

Question and
answer strategy
Differentiated
Instruction:
Writing an
Honesty Pledge
Analyzing and
commenting on a
particular
advertisement
Collage making

Pictures
Cartolina

Summative
Assessment:
Oral recitation
Lesson test
Performance task
(Group work)

Lesson 5: I
Decide with
Prudence
Focus:
Prudence
No of Days: 3
days

KU:

Prudence means
knowing what

the problem is,


listening to
others opinion,
and choosing
the best options
before making

decisions.

KQ:
Why is prudence
important in
making
decisions?
What happens
when one makes
a hasty
decision?

Definition of
Prudence

Give the
characteristics
of a prudent
Qualities of a
person
prudent person
Things to consider Use the three
aspects of
before making
prudence in
decisions
making
Steps on an act of
decisions
prudence
State means and
ways on how to
be strong and
Vocabulary:
constant in
Norms, virtues,
facing
fortitude,
difficulties in life
temperance,
inconsistence,
impulsively,
discern

Decide prudently
when faced with
challenging
situations

Reading: Poem
Decide with
Prudence

Idea wheel

Religion: Moral
and Theological
Virtues

Question and
answer strategy

Group discussion

Journal writing
Differentiated
Instruction:
Interview

Formative
Assessment:
Oral recitation
Short test
Answering
activities and
exercises
Summative
Assessment:
Lesson test

Conducting an
interview

Oral test

Making a booklet
for journal writing

Performance task
(Group work)
Performancebased Assessment
(GRASPS)

Worktext

Internet

Pictures and other


visuals
Books

Key Stage Standards:


Demonstrate understanding of the concept and performance that manifests responsibility toward oneself, love of fellowmen, country, and God toward
a peaceful and happy life

Unit II: Harmony with Other People

Number of Days: 8 days

Content Standards

Performance Standards

The learner demonstrates understanding of the concept that one does not
live for himself/herself alone.

Key
Understanding
and Key
Question

Lesson
Number/
Title/Focus
Lesson 6: I Care
for Others
Focus:
Care
No of Days: 1 day

st

Knowledge

KU:
Meaning of care
Caring for other
and
people means
compassion
service,
People who need
tolerance, and
our care
teamwork. When
one cares
Ways of showing
he/she brightens
care and
up the world of
compassion to
those who are
other people
suffering.

KQ:
What do you think
will happen
when nobody
cares to those
people in need?

Vocabulary:
Genuine, luxury,
preferential

Skills/*21
Century Skills
Explain why
people need to
care for his/her
fellowmen
Exercise the three
Cs in real-life
situation*
List down concrete
actions showing
concern for
others*
Work
cooperatively
with the group
members in
accomplishing
the assigned
tasks

The learner regularly puts into practice doing good, showing respect,
and being kind and considerate to others.
The learner demonstrates the ability to live in harmony with others by
actively participating in school and community activities

Points of
Integration
Reading: Reading
and reporting an
article from the
newspaper
Arts: Drawing
pictures showing
care and
compassion to
others

Teaching
Strategies/
Differentiated
Instruction
Picture analysis
Question and
answer strategy
Discussion
Differentiated
Instruction:
Exit card

Assessment
Strategies
Pre-assessment:
Identification of
values
Formative
Assessment:
Oral recitation
Quiz
Answering
activities and
exercises
Summative
Assessment:
Lesson test
Oral recitation
Performance task
(Group work)

Resources

Worktext

Internet

Books
Graphic organizer
Magazines
Pictures

Lesson 7: I
Respect People
Focus:
Respect

No of Days: 1 day

KUs:
Respect means
applying the
Golden Rule
Respect is treating
other people
with courtesy,
care, and
consideration

KQs:
Why is respect
important in
dealing with
other people?
How can you show
respect to
others?

Lesson 8: I Am
Kind and
Considerate
Focus:
Kindness
No of Days: 1 day

KU:
An act of kindness
can lift the heart
of a weary and
change a bad
situation to a
better one.

KQ:
How can I always
do an act of
kindness to
others?

Meaning of
Respect
Ways to love and
respect
Things to
remember
about respect

The differences
between
respect and
fear

Identify respectful
behavior and
the impact of
such behavior
to others
Brainstorm with
peers for
possible action
to promote selfrespect and
respect for
others in the
school and in
the community*

Reading and
Music: Song
composition
Sibika: Respecting
the rights of others

Meaning of
Kindness and
consideration

Share opinion if
there is really a
need to help
those in need
Ways to be kind to
others
Discuss ways on
how to be kind
Situations made
to others
better by acts of
kindness
Vocabulary:
Decade

Respond to some
situations
showing acts of
kindness
Perform the
assigned task
wholeheartedly

Formative
Assessment:

Question and
answer

Oral recitation

Discussion

Quizzes

Puppet show

Answering
activities and
exercises

Differentiated
Instruction:
Completing a chart
Making a puppet
show

Vocabulary:
Authentic, stature, Perform the task
assigned in
commonality,
each group
precursor, bound

Song analysis

Worktext

Graphic organizer

Internet

Magazines

Summative
Assessment:
Oral test
Lesson test

Composing a rap
song

Performance task
(Group work)

CLE: Seven
heavenly virtues
against seven
deadly sins

Picture analysis
Question and
answer

Short test

Reading: Writing a
paragraph
expressing
gratitude

Brainstorming

Oral recitation

Pictures and other


visual materials

Differentiated
Instruction:
Creating a
kindness web

Answering
activities and
exercises

Magazines

Arts: Poster
making: Kindness
web design

Poster making
Completing a chart
or acts of kindness
done in a week

Formative
Assessment:

Summative
Assessment:
Performance task
(Group work)

Worktext

Graphic organizer

Internet

Lesson 9: I am
Sincere in Word
and in Deed
Focus:
Sincerity
No of Days: 2
days

Lesson 10: I
Share Gods Gift
to Others
Focus:
Generosity
No of Days: 3
days

KU:
Sincerity is very
essential in
human
relationship
Sincerity requires
self-sacrifice in
order to prevail

KQ:
How can sincerity
strengthen
relationship with
other people?

KU:
Generosity is
giving wholeheartedly without
expecting
anything in
return

KQ:
How can I show I
am willing to
give without
receiving any
favor in return?

Meaning of
sincerity
Qualities of a
sincere person
Other virtues
related to
sincerity
Vocabulary:
Pivotal,
craftsmanship,
sarcastic

List down the


qualities of a
sincere person
Analyze how
people cover up
their insincerity
Do concrete
actions that will
develop the
virtue of
sincerity of a
person*

Reading: Letters
and other texts
about sincerity;
Compilation of
quotations about
sincerity

Silent sit-up
strategy

Arts: Collage
making

Question and
answer

Meaning of
generosity

Do acts of charity
to those in need

Qualities of a
generous
person

Describe ones
feelings toward
people who are
in need

Generous acts

Practical ways to
practice
generosity

Vocabulary:
Equated, dwindle,
preferential option,
vulnerable,
marginalized,
empathy

Share ones time


and talent to
accomplish the
assigned task
to each group*

Self-evaluation
Brainstorming

Differentiated
Instruction:
Bulletin board
making

Show ones
creativity and
sincerity in
accomplishing
the assigned
task

Short-essay
writing

Art: Draw acts of


generosity

Making a
scrapbook
Think-Pair-Share
Brainstorming

Reading: Read the


story of Two
Brothers; Analogy
between
generosity and
justice

Formative
Assessment:
Oral recitation

Question and
answer
Differentiated
Instruction:
Acting, singing,
and dancing
Making invitation
card, stage
decoration
Interaction with
street children

Answering
activities and
exercises

Worktext

Graphic organizer

Internet

Magazines

Summative
Assessment:
Oral test
Lesson test
Performance task
(Group work)

Formative
Assessment:
Answer activities
and exercises
Oral recitation
Quiz
Summative
Assessment:
Lesson test
Unit test
Performance task
(Group work)
Performancebased Assessment
(GRASPS)

Worktext

Internet

Pictures

Key Stage Standards


Demonstrate understanding of the concept and performance that manifests responsibility toward oneself, love of fellowmen, country, and God toward a
peaceful and happy life

Unit III: Love of Country and Global Solidarity

Number of Days: 8 days

Content Standards:
The learner demonstrates understanding that to develop love of
country they should learn obedience, diligence, cooperation,
stewardship, and nationalism.
The learner demonstrates understanding of the importance of
obedience to the rules and regulations of the community
Key
Understanding
and Key
Question

Lesson
Number/
Title/Focus
Lesson 11: Obey
the Rules and
Regulations of
the Community
Focus:
Obedience

KUs:
Laws are set of
rules and
regulations that
are meant to be
obeyed to
maintain peace
and order

Knowledge

Definition of
obedience
Obedience and
respect to
authorities

Skills/*21st
Century Skills
State the reasons
why people
sometimes
disobey rules
and regulations

Determine and
follow the rules
and regulations
No of Days: 1 day
being
KQs:
implemented in
Why do we have
The persons in
the community*
to obey the rules
authority
List down the
and regulations
persons in
set by the
Ways to show that
authority in their
authority?
rules and
respective
How can we obey
regulations are
places
rules and
being followed Obey persons in
regulations?
authority
Follow strictly the
Vocabulary:
directions given
Formidable,
in
habitability,
accomplishing
discern
the group task

Obedience to
community
rules and
regulations

Performance Standards
The learner demonstrates pride of his/her unique traits, values,
customs, and tradition.
The learner demonstrates love of country and global solidarity by
obeying the rules and regulations of the land and by taking care of the
environment.

Points of
Integration
Sibika: Laws,
rules, and
ordinances in a
community;
Organizational
structure of a
barangay;
Functions of
barangay officials

Teaching
Strategies/
Differentiated
Instruction
Question and
answer
Think-Pair-Share
strategy

Assessment
Strategies
Pre-assessment:
Test on social
awareness

Chart completion

Formative
Assessment:

Brainstorming

Quiz

Differentiated
Instruction:

Oral recitation

Making an
Obedience drop
Box

Answering
activities and
exercises

Pamphlet making

Summative
Assessment:
Lesson test

Conducting a
simple panel
discussion

Oral recitation
Performance task
(Group work)

Resources

Worktext

Graphic organizer

Internet

Books

Lesson 12: I
Develop Positive
Attitude Towards
Work

Focus:
Diligence
No of Days: 1 day

KUs:
Filipinos are
industrious and
hardworking.
Diligence and
determination
are values that
make Filipinos
excellent
workers.

Focus:
Cooperation
No of Days: 1 day

KUs:

Cooperation is
necessary for

the community
to achieve its
goals
Keeping the
community clean
and orderly can
be achieved if

the people unite


and cooperate
with one
another.

KQ:
How does
cooperation help
in achieving the
goals of the
community?
How can you help

Reasons why
people work
How to avoid
procrastination

Identify the
tasks/work that
a person can do
Give the different
means to avoid
the habit of
procrastination

Ways to produce
Assess ones
excellent results
attitude toward
in ones work
work*

KQ:
How can
excellence in
work be
achieved?

Lesson 13: I
Cooperate in
Keeping Our
Community
Clean and
Orderly

Meaning of
diligence

Vocabulary:
Earnest,
undertaken,
utmost, drudgery

Art: Coloring
pictures; Drawing
of oneself doing a
certain task at
home
Reading: Text on
procrastination
and producing
excellent work

Share ones idea


and cooperate
in fulfilling the
task assigned
to each group

Meaning of
cooperation

Science:
Discussion on
Kalinisan,
Kalusugan,
Kaunlaran (KKK);
The three Rs
reuse, reduce, and
recycle

The three Rs
reuse, reduce,
and recycle

Arts: Drawing of
oneself doing a
certain task at
home

Problems of the
Suggest ways on
community and
how can
their effects to
children
community life
develop civic
responsibility

Vocabulary:
Diversity, enhance Cooperate with the
group members

Think-Pair-Share

Formative
Assessment:
Answer activities
and exercises

Worktext
Books

Internet

Graphic organizer

Brainstorming

Recitation

Pictures

Differentiated
Instruction:
Role-playing

Quizzes

Magazines

Interviewing

Summative
Assessment:
Oral test

Collage making

Lesson test
Performance task
(Group work)

Show ways on
how to work
cooperatively
Ways to help keep
with other
the community
residents to
clean and
keep the
orderly
community
The three steps to
clean and
good health
orderly
Help solve the
problems
confronting the
community*

Question and
answer

Question and
answer
Brainstorming
(group)
Differentiated
Instruction:
Bulletin board
making
Conducting a
group discussion
Making a
scrapbook

Formative
Assessment:
Answer activities

Worktext

Internet

Oral recitation
Short test
Summative
Assessment:
Oral test
Lesson test
Performance task
Exit card

Pictures and other


visual materials

Books
Magazines

keep your
community clean
and orderly?

Lesson 14: I Take KU:

Care of My

Stewardship is
Environment
caring for the

environment and
Focus:
learning

Stewardship
responsibility
and
No of Days: 2
accountability
days
toward the
environment and
community.
KQs:
How can one
demonstrate
stewardship?
Why should one
become a
responsible
steward of the
environment?

in
accomplishing
the task
assigned to the
group
Meaning of
stewardship
Environmental
problems

Name the harmful


activities of man
that cause the
deterioration of
the environment

Effects of illegal
activities of man Analyze the
effects of the
to the
illegal activities
environment
of man to the
Ways to protect
environment
and save the
and to his/her
environment
fellow being*
Vocabulary:
Denudation,
deterioration,
wrath, plague,
toxin, exploit,
ingenuity,
quarrying

Put into action the


suggested ways
to save the
environment*
Participate actively
in the group
work

Sibika/Science:
Activities of man
that affects the
environment
Science: Energy
conservation; Care
for the
environment
CLE: Responsible
stewardship of
Gods creation

Picture analysis
Brainstorming
Question and
answer

Formative
Assessment:
Quiz

Worktext

Graphic organizer

Recitation

Posters/
Pictures

Answer activities

Globe

Summative
Assessment:
Oral test

Newspaper/
Magazines

Lesson test

Books

Think-Pair-Share
Differentiated
Instruction:
Group activities on
the 3Rsreuse,
reduce, and
recycle

Performance task
(Group work)

Internet

Lesson 15: I Help KUs:


Meaning of unity
Analyze why unity
Keep National

Peace and
and
and
Unity and
progress can be
understanding
understanding
Understanding
achieved if
are necessary
Ways to show
people are
for a nation to
unity and
Focus:
united and
progress
understanding
Unity
understand each
Proof that there is Identify and
other.
participate in
strength in unity

Love and respect


No of Days: 3
community
are necessary to
days
projects being
achieve unity
undertaken by
Vocabulary:
and
the government
Conformity,
understanding.
injunction, derive, Give ones opinion
nationalist,
KQs:
or suggestion
regionalist,
How can we help
concerning
intrusion
achieved peace
sensitive issues
and progress in
affecting the
our place?
Philippines*
How can unity and
understanding
Participate actively
help maintain
in
peace in our
accomplishing
country?
the group work

Sibika: Good
citizenship; Unity
and cooperation
among
constituents;
Community
development

Question and
answer

Formative
Assessment:
Oral recitation

Brainstorming

Making a unity
necklace

Internet
Pictures and other
visual materials

Answer activity

Graphic organizer

Situation analysis

Role-playing

Worktext

Short test
Picture analysis

Differentiated
Instruction:
Making a unity
collage

Summative
Assessment:
Oral test
Lesson test
Performance task
(Group work)
Performancebased Assessment
(GRASPS)

Key Stage Standards


Demonstrate understanding of the concept and performance that manifests responsibility toward oneself, love of fellowmen, country, and God toward a
peaceful and happy life

Unit IV: Love of God and Preference for the Poor


Content Standards:
The learner demonstrates understanding on the importance of Gods
creation
The learner demonstrates understanding on the importance of faith,
hope, and love in ones life

Lesson
Number/
Title/Focus

Key
Understanding
and Key
Question

Knowledge

Lesson 16: I
KU:
Definition of love
Develop Closer Gods love is the
for God
Ways to determine
Relationship with
greatest of all.
God
By His love we
Gods love to
obtained
His children
Ways of showing
Focus:
salvation.
gratitude to God
Love
KQs:
No of Days: 1 day How will you show
your love and
gratitude to
God?

Number of Days: 8 days


Performance Standards
The learner demonstrates self-worth, concern for others, love of
country and of God and His creation by living a peaceful and happy
life
The learner demonstrates care and concern for Gods creation such
as the bounty derived from nature by composing a short prayer
about love of God and love for His creation.
Teaching
Strategies/
Differentiated
Instruction

Skills/*21st
Century Skills

Points of
Integration

Write down the


blessings
received from
God and ways
of thanking
Him*
Describe how one
will strengthen
his/her
relationship with
God
Display active
participation in
the given tasks
Compose a simple
prayer of
thanksgiving to
God

Reading/CLE:
Composing a short
thanksgiving
prayer

Two-minute talk
strategy

CLE: Ways of
showing gratitude
to God

Question and
answer

Discussion

Assessment
Strategies

Pre-assessment: Worktext
Misconception
Graphic organizer
Check
Internet
Formative
Books
Assessment:
Answer activities
and exercises

Panel discussion
Arts: Coloring
pictures;
Bookmark making

Short test
Differentiated
Instruction:
Making bookmarks
Making a checklist
of everyday
activities
Conducting a
panel discussion

Resources

Oral recitation
Summative
Assessment:
Lesson test
Oral test
Performance task
(Group work)

Lesson 17: I
Strengthen My
Faith and
Religious Beliefs

Focus:
Faith

KU:
Faith is the
foundation of all
the virtues, but
faith without
work is dead.

Definition of faith
Objectives and
philosophy of
the five major
religions of the
world

Different religious
beliefs and
No of Days: 1 day KQ:
practices that
How does your
strengthen
religion help you
ones faith
to strengthen
your faith and
Ways of showing
hope?
respect to
others beliefs
and practices

Discuss the
importance of
faith in ones life
Analyze the
objectives and
philosophy of
the five major
religions of the
world

Lesson 18: I
Value My Honor
and Dignity as a
person
Focus:
Dignity
No of Days: 1 day

Carousel
brainstorming
strategy

Formative
Assessment:
Oral recitation

CLE: different
kinds of religion;
Different religious
practices

Question and
answer

Quiz

Discussion
Interview

Describe how
religious
practices and
beliefs
strengthen
ones faith

Vocabulary:
Indispensible,
Tanakh, Tripitaka,
nirvana, lineage,
Semitic, karma

Reading: Letters
and texts about
faith

Differentiated
Instruction:
Conducting a
forum

Situational
analysis
Summative
Assessment:
Oral test

Worktext

Graphic organizer
Pictures/Visuals
Books
Magazines
Internet

Lesson test
Performance task

Completing a chart

Show respect to
others religious
beliefs and
practices*

Do the assigned
task with
respect to the
views and
opinions of
other groups

KU:
Definition of
Give reasons why
Dignity is a term
dignity
people prefer
used in moral,
material things
Reasons why
ethical, and
than their
people prefer
political
dignity
material things
discussions to
than dignity
Describe the
signify that a
conditions that
Conditions that
being has an
threatened
threaten human
innate right to
human dignity
dignity
respect and
ethical treatment

Sibika: Human
rights

Think-Pair-Share
Brainstorming

CLE: Six moral


values based on
the Ten
Commandments

Formative
Assessment:
Answer activities
and exercises

Discussion

Worktext

Graphic organizer
Pictures/Visuals

Oral test

Internet

Short test

Books

Role-play
Differentiated
Instruction:
Role-playing on
family situation,

Summative
Assessment:

Holy Bible
Newspaper/
Magazines

KQ:
Ways to live a
What actions or
dignified life
practices can
you do to help
Visions which
promote respect
become the
and reverence
foundation of
for the dignity of
human dignity
your fellow
being?
Vocabulary:
Dignity,
transcendent,
inalienable,
intrinsic,
discrimination,
inherent, subtle
Lesson 19: I Am
KU:
Definition of
a Responsible

Stewardship
stewardship
Steward of Gods
includes caring The three realms
Creation
for all things that
of stewardship
God has given
Focus:
us. This includes Ways to manage
time and talent
Stewardship
our bodies,
talents, and
Duties of a good
No of Days: 2
abilities.
steward
days
KQ:
Can you think of
other ways on
how you can be
a good steward
of the earth?

Vocabulary:
Infinite, realms,
discipleship,
isolation, glorify

Analyze the
picture which
shows ways on
how to live a
dignified life*
Participate actively
in preparing the
role-play
assigned to the
group

bullying, honesty

Oral test
End-of-the-lesson
test
Performance task
(Group work)

Participate actively
in
accomplishing
the group work

Explain the true


meaning of
stewardship
Distinguish the
three realms of
stewardship
Take responsibility in
exercising the
duty of a good
steward
Use ones talent
and skill in
stewarding
Share ones idea
in
accomplishing
the task
assigned to the
group

Reading: Silent
reading on topic
Realms of
Stewardship

Three-step
interview

Formative
Assessment:
Oral recitation

Think-Pair-Share
Quiz

CLE: Bible
account on
creation
Science: Care for
the environment

Group discussion
Answer activities

Making a diorama
on the story of
creation
Role-playing

Worktext

Graphic organizer
Books
Newspapers
Magazines

Chart completion
Differentiated
Instruction:
Making a chart

Summative
Assessment:
Oral test
Lesson test
Performance task
(Group work)

Television
Internet

Lesson 20: I Give KU:


Definition of hope
Courage to the Hope is a virtue by Importance of
Hopeless
which we desire
hope in ones
the kingdom of
life
Focus:
heaven and
Reasons why
Hope
eternal life as
people need to
our happiness.
be hopeful
No of Days: 3
days
Ways to help
KQs:
people losing
How can you
hope
cultivate the
virtue of hope?
How does hope
Vocabulary:
help us to go on
Cynical, buoy,
despite
difficulties in life? gluttony, suicide,
symptom, sloth,
magnanimity,
tangible

Discuss ones idea


about the virtue
of hope
Analyze what the
virtue of hope
can do to ones
life
Give reasons why
we need the
virtue of hope

Show ways on
how to help the
people who are
losing hope*

CLE: Theological
virtues; Book of
saints
Arts: Card making

In the hot seat


strategy
Question and
answer strategy

Oral recitation

Discussion

Answer activities

Group sharing

Summative
Assessment:
Lesson test

Worktext

Graphic organizer
Books
Magazines
Newspaper

Differentiated
Instruction:
Poster making
Card making
Panel discussion

Do the assigned
task wholeheartedly

Formative
Assessment:
Quiz

Performance task
(Group work)
Performancebased Assessment
(GRASPS)

Pictures/Visuals
Internet