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DAILY LESSON PLAN
INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN
October 27, 2021
I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson the learners should be able to:
1. Evaluate and exercise prudence in choices
2. Realize that choices have consequences and some things are given up while others are
obtained in making choices
II. Subject Matter
Topic: The Freedom of the Human Person
Reference: Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person Module 1-Quarter 2:
The Freedom of the Human Person First Edition, 2020
Material: PowerPoint presentation
III. Teaching Procedure
A. Daily Routine
Greet the students a good morning/afternoon
Prayer
Ask the students to pick up the “eyesores and litter’ that are in the classroom
Instruct the students to align their chairs in a neat position before sitting down
Ask for the list of absentees and latecomers from the class secretary
State the set of rules during discussion
Review of the previous lesson
B. Motivation
The lesson will be introduced through giving a situation. Bert was on his way home
from school when unknowingly, he stumbled upon a wallet. It appears to be full of
cash as well as several Identification Cards of the owner. Bert knows he was short
on the budget he needed to complete the school project he was working on and
he could also spend some on new shoes.
The teacher will ask the students to observe the pictures posted.
Teacher will then ask the motive questions. What can you say about the pictures?
Imagine that you are in his situation. Which among the situations pictured below
will be your most truthful action?
C. Activity
The learners will fill the graphic organizer below with what they know about freedom.
This is to test the familiarity of the students of what is freedom all about.
D. Analysis
The teacher will give varied questions to check the ideas of the students.
1. What have you learned from the definitions of freedom in the graphic organizer?
2. Out of the definitions given, what one meaning of freedom struck you the most?
E. Abstraction
Freedom is categorized into three kinds:
1. Physical Freedom the first type of freedom that comes into mind when talking
about freedom. It refers to the absence if any physical restraint and the freedom of
mobility to act and go whatever, whenever, and wherever he or she pleases.
2. Psychological Freedom It is also called the freedom of choice. The person is free
to perform actions that he or she considers right and wise. A person is also free to
act or not.
3. Moral Freedom This refers to using freedom in a manner that upholds human
dignity and goodness.
Freedom gives us the choice to undertake possible actions. It also enables us to come
up with new choices.
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Two elements of freedom:
1. Voluntariness This refers to the ability of a person to act out of his or her own free
will and self-determination.
2. Responsibility This refers to the person being accountable for his or her actions
and their consequences.
IV. Application
The teacher will group the students into four groups. In this activity the students will be
given 10 minutes to discuss the following questions within their group. The group will
present their answers afterwards.
1. Why are voluntariness and responsibility important elements of freedom?
2. Is the choice of “doing nothing” a valid and moral choice? In what situations is this
acceptable?
3. How can self-reflection aid you in exercising freedom and making choices?
V. Assignment
Make a Learning Log. In making your learning log please be guided on the given
guidelines.
Go back to the concepts you’ve learned and tasks you’ve finished
Reflect on and answer the following questions
- What is it that you found interesting and difficult in this lesson
- What are the things you did to unlock this difficulty
- Summarize all your learnings for today’s lesson
Write your responses on a piece of paper
My Learning Log
Prepared by:
MARIEL A. CRUZ
Applicant

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DAILY LESSON PLAN INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN October 27, 2021 I. Objectives At the end of the lesson the learners should be able to: 1. Evaluate and exercise prudence in choices 2. Realize that choices have consequences and some things are given up while others are obtained in making choices II. Subject Matter Topic: The Freedom of the Human Person Reference: Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person Module 1-Quarter 2: The Freedom of the Human Person First Edition, 2020 Material: PowerPoint presentation III. Teaching Procedure A. Daily Routine ▪ Greet the students a good morning/afternoon ▪ Prayer ▪ Ask the students to pick up the “eyesores and litter’ that are in the classroom ▪ Instruct the students to align their chairs in a neat position before sitting down ▪ Ask for the list of absentees and latecomers from the class secretary ▪ State the set of rules during discussion ▪ Review of the previous lesson B. Motivation ▪ The lesson will be introduced through giving a situation. Bert was on his way home from school when unknowingly, he stumbled upon a wallet. It appears to be full of cash as well as several Identification Cards of the owner. Bert knows he was short on the budget he needed to complete the school project he was working on and he could also spend some on new shoes. ▪ The teacher will ask the students to observe the pictures posted. ▪ Teacher will then ask the motive questions. What can you say about the pictures? Imagine that you are in his situation. Which among the situations pictured below will be your most truthful action? C. Activity ▪ The learners will fill the graphic organizer below with what they know about freedom. This is to test the familiarity of the students of what is freedom all about. D. Analysis ▪ The teacher will give varied questions to check the ideas of the students. 1. What have you learned from the definitions of freedom in the graphic organizer? 2. Out of the definitions given, what one meaning of freedom struck you the most? E. Abstraction Freedom is categorized into three kinds: 1. Physical Freedom – the first type of freedom that comes into mind when talking about freedom. It refers to the absence if any physical restraint and the freedom of mobility to act and go whatever, whenever, and wherever he or she pleases. 2. Psychological Freedom – It is also called the freedom of choice. The person is free to perform actions that he or she considers right and wise. A person is also free to act or not. 3. Moral Freedom – This refers to using freedom in a manner that upholds human dignity and goodness. Freedom gives us the choice to undertake possible actions. It also enables us to come up with new choices. Two elements of freedom: 1. Voluntariness – This refers to the ability of a person to act out of his or her own free will and self-determination. 2. Responsibility – This refers to the person being accountable for his or her actions and their consequences. IV. Application ▪ The teacher will group the students into four groups. In this activity the students will be given 10 minutes to discuss the following questions within their group. The group will present their answers afterwards. 1. Why are voluntariness and responsibility important elements of freedom? 2. Is the choice of “doing nothing” a valid and moral choice? In what situations is this acceptable? 3. How can self-reflection aid you in exercising freedom and making choices? V. Assignment ▪ Make a Learning Log. In making your learning log please be guided on the given guidelines. • Go back to the concepts you’ve learned and tasks you’ve finished • Reflect on and answer the following questions - What is it that you found interesting and difficult in this lesson - What are the things you did to unlock this difficulty - Summarize all your learnings for today’s lesson • Write your responses on a piece of paper My Learning Log Prepared by: MARIEL A. CRUZ Applicant Name: Description: ...
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