PHYSICAL EDUCATION for K11
(SAMPLE LESSON PLANS)
Introduction of the integration of Filipino Legacy in the Grade 11 of the
K12 Curriculum through Laro ng Lahi.
Orientation of Makati Hymn to familiarize students with their roots.
Explain the grading system and class management style to be used by the
faculty for the entire school year.
II. Learning Content: Introduction to Physical Fitness and its Components II. Integration and Organization of Learning – ADIDAS
A – Activities:
1. Viewing of Laro ng Lahi (Youtube) video to give students overview of the different indigenous sports they will engage with for the 1st Quarter.
Indigenous games is also known as “Philippine Games” or Laro ng Lahi. It is usually played during town fiestas to display Filipino culture in the context of sports. This type of game harness basic motor skills, creates festive atmosphere and promotes camaraderie and sportsmanship among members of the community. Laro ng Lahi is a native expression of Filipino’s light-hearted attitude. U-tube video hyperlinks: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPSZCbVjs0Y&feature=related
2. Article Review as Basic Tenet for the socio-historical perspective of Laro ng Lahi. LARO NG LAHI (Filipino Indigenous Games)
The term Laro ng Lahi (Filipino Indigenous Games) had been popularized by the Samahang Makasining(Artist Club), Inc. The word "Laro ng Lahi" was conceptualized by the group and it was the first act to preserve the Filipino indigenous games like (syatong, patintero or harangtaga, taguan pong, dama, lusalos, holen butas, tumbang preso and others).
In 2001, the Samahang Makasining(Artist Club), Inc. made a proposal to National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) entitled “Laro ng Lahi” to support and subsidize the three day- actual playing of selected Filipino games. Actual playing of it, is one of the strategies of SM (AC)I to preserve these indigenous games.
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