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Multilingual Education K to 12 Competencies Grades 1 to 3

Multilingual Education K to 12 Competencies Grades 1 to 3

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“The heart of the K to 12 Program is curricular reform and innovation. Any attempt to enhance the curriculum must focus on two critical aspects: the curriculum itself and the teachers who are tasked to deliver the curriculum to our students and learners” said Education Secretary Br. Armin A. Luistro
“The heart of the K to 12 Program is curricular reform and innovation. Any attempt to enhance the curriculum must focus on two critical aspects: the curriculum itself and the teachers who are tasked to deliver the curriculum to our students and learners” said Education Secretary Br. Armin A. Luistro

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COMPETENCIES IN THE MOTHER TONGUECONTENT STANDARD GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3ORALLANGUAGE
1.Listen and respond to others2.Listen attentively to stories beingread.3..Participate actively during storyreading by making comments andasking questions.4..Participate in the reading of  poetry by clapping, chanting or choral reading.5. Listen and respond to texts byrecalling the important details in thestory such as thea.
 
characters b.
 
settingc.
 
main events6.Sequence 3 events in the story bytelling which happened first,second, or last.7. Listen and relate events in thestory heard to personalexperiences.1.Listen to and interact with othersin a group or class discussion.2. Respond to texts by recalling theimportant details in the story suchas thea.
 
characters b.
 
settingc.
 
main events3.Sequence 3 to 5 events in thestory4. Relate events in the story heardto personal experiences.5. Discuss and ask questions aboutstories heard, interpret and presentinformation6. Predict possible outcomes basedon what the characters say or do or what others say about them.7.Infer the characters’ feelings andtraits based on their actions or whatthey say.1. Listen to and interact withothers to clarify understandingof a text in a small group or class discussion.2. Recall texts read andrespond to the main ideas inan organized way,3.Sequence 5 to 7 events inthe story4.Relate text to personal andwider experiences.5.Discuss and interpretspoken text, considering personal experiences andothers’ point of view.6,.Predict possible outcomes based ona. the key words in the text b. what the characters say anddo and what others say aboutthemc. the events in the story.
 
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 CONTENT STANDARD GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3
8. Listen and ask questions aboutstories heard.9. Listen and predict possibleoutcomes based on what thecharacters say or do.10.Listen and infer the characters’feelings based on their actions or what they say.11..Listen and infer the characters’traits based on their actions or whatthey say.12.Listen and respond to the storythrough discussion, illustration,song, dramatization and art.13.Talk about personal experiences.14.. Listen and retell a story heardin their own words, citing thecharacters and important events.8.Respond to the story throughdiscussion, illustration, music, art,drama and various writing activities9. Relate text to and talk about personal experiences10.Tell/retell stories to a smallgroup or the whole class with proper expression.11.Give the cause or the effect of the events12.Tell whether a story is realisticor fantasy13.Tell what the problem is or howthe problem could be solved.14.Compare and tell the similaritiesand the differences of characters/events15.Group informationunder stated categories16.Tell what the story is about7. Infer the characters’feelings, traits and motives based on their actions or whatthey say.8.Respond to the storythrough discussion,illustration, music, art, dramaand various writing activities9. Discuss and interpretspoken text, considering personal experiences andothers’ point of view.10. Talk clearly andaccurately in small groups or whole class, aboutexperiences, events and ideas.11.Identify the character’s problem and how this could be solved.12.Compare and tell thesimilarities and thedifferences of characters/events13..Group information
 
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 CONTENT STANDARD GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3
17.Give one’s opinion on the eventsin the story.under stated categories14.. Discuss the main idea othe text15. Discuss/express one’sopinion on the text read
Phonological Skills
Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 31. Identify rhyming words innursery rhymes and simple poems.2. Give pairs of rhyming words.3. Count the number of syllables ina given word.4. Orally segment a two to three-syllable word into its syllabic parts.5. Give the beginning consonantsounds of given words.6. Give the new spoken word whena specified phoneme is added,changed or removed.7. Blend spoken simple beginningsounds (onsets to form new words.1. Identify rhyming words in poems consisting of two to threestanzas.2. Supply rhyming words to two tothree- stanza poems.3. Orally segment a multi-syllableword into its syllabic parts.(Children at the end of Grade2 who do not demonstrate phonological awareness at thelevels of the syllable and phoneme should be givenspecial instruction to preventfailure in reading).

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