Stage 1.0 Desired Results
Established Goals: (K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum, DepEd)G RC 1b:
Use information presented in a reading or viewing selection to infer, toevaluate, and to express critical ideas.
Respond to ideas, issues and concerns presented in a reading or viewingselection in creative forms.
Use the right stress, intonation, phrasing, and pacing when reading shortwritten passages and engaging in interpersonal communication.
Identify the exclusive features and properties of oral language.
Identify the exclusive features and properties of written language.
Establish semantic relationships of words as well as familiar, colloquial,and idiomatic expressions.
Ask sensible questions on his/her own initiative.
Use appropriate mechanisms/tools in the library for locating resources.
Performance Standard:The learner interpretatively and proficiently performs in an excerpt of a playor drama highlighting human rights.The learner presents an excerpt of a play highlighting significant humanexperiences.Essential Questions:QWhen does a story become “literary”?What is “culture”?How is culture created?What determines our cultural identity?What is the significance of literature inour culture?Topical Questions:
What is Literature?What makes literature alive in the traditionof a particular civilization or community?Who are the main characters in the stories presented?When did these stories take place?Where do you think these stories took place?What are some important events in thestories?What do you think is the purpose of theEarly Filipinos in telling these stories?
Students will understand that…
Literature exposes us to ideas andconcepts which define our constructof the world and mold our presentidentity.
Literature promotes respect,harmony, cultural appreciation aswell as cultural sensitivity.
Literature releases our creativityand helps us go beyond norms,therefore creating newer paths.
A strong literary tradition nourishesa strong culture; a strong culture builds a strong society; a strongsociety empowers people to be the best they can be.