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MARYKNOLL HIGH SCHOOL OF STO. TOMAS, INC.

8112 Sto. Tomas Davao del Norte


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STUDENT LEARNING PLAN

SUBJECT: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
UNIT: 1
Topic/Lesson:
Overview of Entrepreneurship
1st Semester
Quarter: 1st
Week: 2nd
Time Allotment: 3 hours

Content Standard
The learners demonstrate an understanding of concepts, underlying principles and core competencies in
Entrepreneurship.

Performance Standard
The learner independently creates/provides a quality and marketable product and/or service in entrepreneurship.

Learning Competencies

The learners are able to:


1. Discuss the relevance of the relevance of entrepreneurship in general, including its economic
importance.
2. Define who is an entrepreneur.
3. Explain the key concepts of common and core competencies in entrepreneurship.
4. Delineate clearly between entrepreneurship and employment.
5. Explore opportunities for entrepreneurship as a career.

Day One:
Specific Objectives
1. Discuss the relevance of the relevance of entrepreneurship in general, including its economic
importance.
2. Define who is an entrepreneur.

I. Introduction
Preliminaries
 The teacher will ask the learners who among them wants to establish their own business in the
future.
 After gathering the varied answer of the learners, the teacher will give a follow-up question -
what kind of business would you like to established?
Motivation
 The Teacher will ask the learners to write in a ½ sheet of paper the societal and economic
benefits of entrepreneurship.
II. Interaction

Lesson Development

Procedure
A. Discussion
The teacher will discus to the learners the following:
- Entrepreneurship is a proactive process of developing a business venture to make a profit.
- Entrepreneur is a unique individual who has the innate ability and extraordinary dedication to
establish and manage a business, acknowledging all the risks and reaping its rewards.
- The eight societal and economic benefits of entrepreneurship.

B. Activity
- In a 1 whole sheet of paper, the teacher will ask the learners to answer the following
questions:
1. What do you think are the factors that drive Filipinos to become entrepreneurial?
2. Name three entrepreneurial trends that you observe in your environment. Why do
you think these entrepreneurs venture into these businesses?
C. Transition Statement
- Based from the given activity, the learners will be able to realize the factors that drive
Filipinos to engage in a business and also, they will be able to gauge themselves in finding out
the new trends that may also serves as their guide in putting up a business.

D. Synthesis/Closure
- An entrepreneur is successful if the business that he/she envisioned has materialized
into a thriving industry with regular customers and financial gain.
Day 2
Specific Objectives
1. Explain the key concepts of common and core competencies in entrepreneurship.
2. Delineate clearly between entrepreneurship and employment.

I. Introduction
Procedure
A. Simple Recall
The teacher will ask the students the following questions:
 What are the societal and economic benefits of entrepreneurship?
 How can you define Entrepreneurship?

B. Motivation
- The teacher will ask the students to think of the common traits that entrepreneurs
should always have.

II. Interaction
A. Discussion
The teacher will discuss to the learners the following:
- The common traits of entrepreneurs.
- The core traits that entrepreneurs should develop in managing and running the business.
- Pros and cons of entrepreneurship vs. employment.
B. Activity
- In a ½ sheet of paper, the teacher will ask the learners to identify which among the
following descriptions refer to entrepreneurs and which refer to employees.
1. Income is earned whether the business is successful or unsuccessful.
2. He or she is usually comfortable with routines and minimal risks.
3. He or she prepares policies, procedures, and memoranda for the business.
4. Income is generated in working hours only.
5. He or she has a flexible schedule and can take an unlimited number of vacation
days.
E. Transition Statement
- from the given activity, the learners will be able to realize the advantages and
disadvantages of being an entrepreneur and employee.

F. Synthesis/Closure
- Entrepreneurship and employment are two different career paths that aspirations can
choose depending on his or her personal aspirations and work characteristics.

Day 3
Specific Objectives
 Explore opportunities for entrepreneurship as a career.

I. Introduction
Procedure
A. Simple Recall
- Think-Pair-Share
Each student should take a partner wherein partner A reviews information with partner B
for 1 minute and vice versa. They have to discuss what they think are the advantage and
disadvantage of being entrepreneur or an employee.

B. Motivation
- ask the learners to make a list of the most common businesses in their society.

II. Interaction
A. Discussion
The teacher will discuss to the learners the following:
- The most common small businesses in the Philippines.

B. Activity
- The teacher will ask the learners to divide class into five groups. Each group will select a
franchise business that they want to engage, and will explain to the class why they choose
that business.

C. Transition Statement
- In this activity, the learners will be able to realize what they really want if they are going to
make a business which they can pursue after college or even after finishing the K to 12
program.

D. Synthesis/Closure
- Franchising is a business arrangement wherein the franchisor, who is the owner of the
business, acquires distribution centers through the franchisees or affiliated dealers.