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DETAILED LESSON
PLAN IN SOCIAL
STUDIES II
Prepared by: Chante C. Cabantog
Instructor: Maria Cristy Feria
Prof. Ed 312 – ...
I. Objectives
At the end of 60 minute lesson, with 80% proficiency level, students should be able
to:
a. identify the Phil...
f. Review
- What are the two important cities in
Indian civilization?
- What are the three important rivers
in India?
- Wh...
c. Presentation and Discussion
(All students will be given a fact
sheets in order to follow the lesson.)
- Our lesson for ...
servants.
• Parians – Slaves, untouchables,
outcastes.
d. Reflective Feed backing
- How many gods are they in Hindu
belief...
Wonderfu
l
Very
Rich
Oldest
religion
Very
Incredibl
e
- Do it for 5 minutes.
- Report it for 3 minutes and the
leaders wil...
Direction: In ¼ sheet of paper. Answer the following. Choose the correct letter for
corresponding questions.
1. Who is the...
PREPARED BY: CHANTE C. CABANTOG
3 – BSE – C – SOCIAL STUDIES MAJOR
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  1. 1. A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN SOCIAL STUDIES II Prepared by: Chante C. Cabantog Instructor: Maria Cristy Feria Prof. Ed 312 – Principles and Strategies of Teaching 2 (FINAL DEMONSTRATION) A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN SOCIAL STUDIES II 1
  2. 2. I. Objectives At the end of 60 minute lesson, with 80% proficiency level, students should be able to: a. identify the Philosophies and beliefs of Hinduism; b. write a reflection using bubble quotes on Hinduism; and c. appreciate and give respect to the Philosophies and beliefs of Hinduism. II. Subject Matter Topic: Religions of Asia: Hinduism Reference: History of Asian Nation, Gregorio F. Zaide and Sonia M. Zaide, pp.78-79 Materials: Printed reference, Images, Manila paper, Pentel pen, DLP and Laptop, book III. Procedure Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity A. Preliminary Activities a. Prayer - Who wants to lead the prayer? b. Greetings - Good Afternoon Class! c. Checking of Attendance - Secretary, who is absent today? - Why do we need to be always present in the class? d. Setting of Classroom Standard - When the teacher is here in front, what are you going to do? - Let us have an agreement, in order to attain maximum participation in the class and to assure peacefulness in the classroom, I will group you into three, choose your leader and leader will be responsible of each member to listen in the class. - The most behave group will be given a surprise reward. e. Passing and Checking of Attendance - Do you have an assignment? - Please pass it forward silently. (A student will volunteer to pray.) - Good Afternoon Sir! - None Sir. All of us are present. - Because for us to have a greater learning. - Keep quiet and listen to the teacher. (The students will go to their respective group.) - Yes sir! (The students will pass it forward silently.) 2
  3. 3. f. Review - What are the two important cities in Indian civilization? - What are the three important rivers in India? - What is the holiest river in Indian beliefs? B. Lesson Proper a. Motivation - Show a 5 minute presentation about Hinduism. - It is important to pay attention and be a keen observer to the presentation because it will be part of your activity later. - What do you think will be our lesson today? - Do you want to learn? b. Unlocking of Difficulties Arrange the letters according to its spelling and use the meaning at the left to complete the word. Use the black Cartolina and chalk to answer a word. 1. OYGA = A system of exercises for attaining bodily or mental control and well-being. 2. ACSET = A division of society based on differences of wealth, inherited rank or privilege, profession, occupation, or race. 3. ESGA = One (as a profound philosopher) distinguished for wisdom. - The Harappa and Mohenjo – Daro. - Brahmaputra, Ganges River, Indus River - Ganges River. (The students will watch the presentation.) (A student will volunteer to answer.) - Yes, Sir! - (YOGA) - (CASTE) - (SAGE) 3
  4. 4. c. Presentation and Discussion (All students will be given a fact sheets in order to follow the lesson.) - Our lesson for today is all about Hinduism. - Hinduism is the oldest religion in the world. - Hindus believed in 300 million gods that represent natural forces and personified gods. - Brahma, the creator. - Vishnu, lesser god and the preserver. - Shiva the destroyer. - With nine versions of divine mother, an elephant god, a sun god, earth god, rat god, monkey god, etc. - Other beliefs concerning to herbal medicine (ayurveda), yoga (physical exercise), karma (destiny), reincarnation (a cycle of births and deaths); with the perfected soul being absorbed into Brahma, the creator and source of true happiness. - A Hindu believes there are many paths to God. None is better than any other; all are equal. - The Vedas is the analogy of bible to Hindu. It is the most sacred and reflects the life and culture of Indian. • Rig Veda – first of the four Vedas. The important philosophy of Rig Veda was the “Truth is One, but the sages speak of it by many names.” • Sama Veda – Veda of sacred song • Yajur Veda – Veda for religious activity • Atharva Veda – Veda of knowledge. - Each Vedas composes, samhitas (hymn), brahmanas (rituals), aranyakas (theologies), Upanishads (philosophies). - Two important epics Mahabharata the longest epic in the world and Ramayana the shortest epic. - Caste System • Brahmans (Brahmins) – Priests. • Kshatriyas – warriors, rulers. • Vaisyas – Commoners or the common people • Sudras – unskilled laborers and 4
  5. 5. servants. • Parians – Slaves, untouchables, outcastes. d. Reflective Feed backing - How many gods are they in Hindu beliefs? - Who are the three major gods? - What is the Vedas? C. Closure Activities a. Generalization - What are the most important philosophies and beliefs of Hinduism? - The most important philosophy of Hindu was “None is better than any other; all are equal”. Is it applicable to all? Even though you are not Hindu believer? Why? b. Application - In the same group, use the Manila paper to make a “bubble quotes” to write a reflection about Hinduism. - Try to connect the video clips that you have watched during our motivation and our discussion in order to reflect and give impression on Hinduism. - There are 300 million gods. - Brahma, the creator. - Vishnu, lesser god and the preserver. - Shiva the destroyer - The Vedas is the analogy of bible to Hindu. It is the most sacred and reflects the life and culture of Indian. - A Hindu believes there are many paths to God. None is better than any other; all are equal. (A student will volunteer to answer the question.) 5
  6. 6. Wonderfu l Very Rich Oldest religion Very Incredibl e - Do it for 5 minutes. - Report it for 3 minutes and the leaders will serves as the reporter - Criteria for the activity: Content of the work – 50% Delivery – 15 % Ability to answer the question – 15% Unity of the group –20 %_ = 100 % c. Valuing - Why do we need to respect one another’s belief? Do we have the right to judge them? (The students will do the activity) (A student will volunteer to answer the question.) IV. Evaluation 6
  7. 7. Direction: In ¼ sheet of paper. Answer the following. Choose the correct letter for corresponding questions. 1. Who is the highest god and the god of all Hindu? a. Vishnu b. Brahma c. Shiva 2. What do you call the Veda of all knowledge? a. Atharva Veda b. Sama Veda c. Yajur Veda 3. What are the two important epics of Hinduism? a. The epic Ramayana and Shiva b. The Mahabharata and Ramayana c. The Mahabharata and Tagore 4. The lowest part of caste system. They are so called untouchables. a. Brahmins b. Sudra c. Parians 5. The holy scriptures of Hinduism. a. Rig Vedas b. Rig Ayurvedas c. Rig Ayurvedic V. Assignment In one – half sheet of paper, explain how does the philosophy and religion will strengthen the relationship of the people in Asia. 7 Expected answers: 1. B 2. A 3. B 4. C Criteria: Composition – 55 % Neatness – 25 % Uniqueness - 10 % Clarity of the answers – 10 % = 100 %
  8. 8. PREPARED BY: CHANTE C. CABANTOG 3 – BSE – C – SOCIAL STUDIES MAJOR 8

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