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Eng Narrative Q1 Topic 1

Eng Narrative Q1 Topic 1

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2010 Secondary Education Curriculum2010 Secondary Education Curriculum2010 Secondary Education Curriculum2010 Secondary Education CurriculumEnglish IIEnglish IIEnglish IIEnglish IIQuarter 1 : NARRATIVEQuarter 1 : NARRATIVEQuarter 1 : NARRATIVEQuarter 1 : NARRATIVE
Topic 1 : ELEMENTS OF SHORT STORY
Time Frame : 20 daysStage 1
Content Standard :
The learner demonstrates understanding of the closerelationships among the elements of short story that bring out itsmeaning.
Performance Standard :
The learner writes an insightful personal narrative.
Essential understanding/s :
The presentation of believable characters and situations thatshape one’s life complimented by the interplay of other storyfeatures and elements lead to understanding of a story.A personal narrative reflects significant human experience.
Essential Question/s:
How does the interplay of the elements of short story create a meaningfulwhole?What is a personal narrative without human experience?
Learners will know :
the elements of short story
 
forms and functions of simple past tense
 
time transition words
 Learners will be able to :
show how the features of a story work together to help oneunderstand and appreciate the narrative
 
demonstrate imagination in writing personal narratives
 
discover Philippine and Afro-Asian narratives as means ofexpanding experiences and outlook; thus, enhancing worthwhileuniversal human values
 
make meaning of worthwhile experiences underscored in Afro-Asian and Philippine narratives
write a well-developed, organized, coherent and insightfulnarrative
use appropriate language structures in writing personal narratives
write in expressive and imaginative modes
discriminate between positive and negative values used innarratives
emphasize how narratives serve as transmitter of culture andvalues,
infer how universal themes in narratives are still prevalent in Afro-Asian culture
 
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discover through narratives the links between one’s life and thelives of Afro-Asians
recognize the effect of a literary piece in one’s value system
accept one’s strengths and values as underscored in narratives
Stage 2Product or Performance Task
An insightful personal narrative
Evidence at the level of understanding
The learner should be able to demonstrateunderstanding covering the six (6) facets ofunderstanding :
Explanation
Explain how the theme of a narrative is stillimportant to people of today.
 
Express appreciation for worthwhile Afro-Asiantraditions, culture and the values theyrepresent.
 Interpretation
Transcode ideas from texts to concept maps,grids, tables and other schematic diagrams orvice versa.
Make sense of Asian identity as presented inAfro-Asian narratives in the light of what makesone an Asian.
Application
Write a personal narrative highlighting asignificant experience.
Exhibit the correct forms and functions of thesimple past tense, time transition words andpersonal pronouns in expressing understandingand appreciation of narratives.
Evidence at the level of performance
The learner writes an insightful personalnarrative based on the following criteria:
Focus / theme
Characters
Problem / conflict
Development of action
Language
Mechanics
 
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Perspective
Retell a story from different points of view.
Analyze how universal themes are effectivelypresented in narratives.
Empathy
Be open to value and respect for diversity whichare evident in narratives.
Self-Knowledge
Relate reading to one’s experience to clarifymeaning.
 
Stage 3Teaching / Learning Sequence :1. EXPLORE
At this stage, the teacher should be able to do the following: 
 
Use non-formative assessment procedures to diagnose /check / evaluate the learners’ readiness and competence on the prerequisite knowledge and skills to the tasks at hand.
 
Introduce the essential questions, “How does the interplay of the elements of short story create a meaningful whole?” and “What is a personal narrative without human experience 
?”
 
 
Invite the learners to answer the essential questions and share what they know about the elements of short story that can bring out its meaning.
 
 
Make learners aware of the desired results, that is, for him / her to demonstrate understanding of the closrelationships among the elements of a short story that bring out its meaning.
 
Inform the learners of their output i.e. an insightful personal narrative based on the criteria for assessment.

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