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ENLIGSH - K to 12 Competencies Grade 7-10

ENLIGSH - K to 12 Competencies Grade 7-10

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CONTENT STANDARDS MATRIX FOR GRADES 4-12 ENGLISHDomains/Content Standards 4-6 7-10 11-12
Oral languagePhonological awarenessPrint awareness and print conceptdevelopmentAlphabet knowledgePhonics and word recognitionFluencySpellingWriting and compositionGrammar awareness and structureVocab developmentReading comprehension
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schema
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reading strategies
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narrative texts
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informational textsListening comprehensionAttitudeStudy strategies
 
Competencies Matrix for Grades 7-10 ENGLISH
* Dr. Dina Ocampo, LAT Convenor 
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version as of January 31, 2012
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ContentStandard4-6GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 11-12Listeningcomprehension
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Determine how stress,intonation, phrasing,pacing, tone, and non-verbal cues serve ascarriers of meaning thatmay aid or interfere in themessage of the textlistened to.Listen for important pointssignaled by stress, intonation,phrasing, pacing, tone, andnon-verbal cues that serve ascarriers of meaning in specificsituations.Determine appropriateness ofstress, intonation, phrasing,tone, and non-verbal cuesused by a speaker in aparticular setting for a specificaudience.Examine how spokencommunication betweenand among speakers inspecific situations may berepaired or enhancedverbally and non-verbally tosuit various functionalpurposes.
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Use active listeningstrategies based onpurpose, familiarity withthe topic and the level ofdifficulty of simpleinformative and shortnarrative texts.Employ projective listeningstrategies when listening todescriptive and longernarrative texts.Shift from one listeningstrategy to another based onpurpose, familiarity with thetopic, and level of difficulty ofthe argumentative orpersuasive texts.Adjust listening strategiesbased on purpose,familiarity with the topic, andlevel of difficulty of theexpository and analyticaltexts.
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Listen to appreciatecommunication roles,expectations, andintentions in specificcommunicative contextsor situations.Listen to validate information,opinion, or assumption inorder to participate well in aspecific communicativecontext or situation.Listen to determine faultylogic, unsupported facts, andemotional appeal in order toprovide appropriate andcritical feedback in a specificcontext or situation.Listen to simplify,reorganize, and synthesizeinformation for purposes ofexpanding, reviewing, orupdating knowledge.
Oral languageand fluency
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Use the right stress,intonation, phrasing,pacing, and tone ininterpersonal expressionsand in reading shortwritten or recordedpassages aloud.Vary the stress, intonation,phrasing, pacing, and tonewhile reading orally from aprepared manuscript,delivering prepared lines in aperformance script, or re-enacting an episode orscene.Determine the appropriatestress, intonation, phrasing,pacing, and tone whiledelivering anextemporaneous orimpromptu speech.Adjust the stress, intonation,phrasing, pacing, and tonewhile participating in formaloral presentations, debates,and broadcastcommunication tasks.
 
Competencies Matrix for Grades 7-10 ENGLISH
* Dr. Dina Ocampo, LAT Convenor 
– 
version as of January 31, 2012
Page 3
ContentStandard4-6GRADE 7 GRADE 8 GRADE 9 GRADE 10 11-12Oral languageand fluency
 
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Use appropriate verbaland non-verbal turn-taking, turn-giving, andtopic control strategies inparticipating in forms ofsmall group interactionincluding interviews andpanel discussions.Use appropriate verbal andnon-verbal strategies toanimate a written script forpurposes of deliveringinformation or executing adramatic piece and otherperformance speech forms.Employ varied verbal andnon-verbal strategies tocreate impact on a specificaudience while deliveringvarious forms ofextemporaneous orimpromptu speech.Enhance the quality ofverbal and non-verbalstrategies employed byspeakers in a completedformal oral presentation,debate, or broadcastcommunication task.
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Talk about significanthuman experiences andideas based on literary orexpository reading,listening, or viewingselections in unrehearsedindividual and groupmodalities.Provide structured feedbackon the quality of spokendiscourse based on aprepared manuscript orperformance script.Provide appropriate andconstructive response toquestions and feedback
concerning one’s
performance in anextemporaneous orimpromptu speech task.Formulate informedassertions, claims, and justifications using accurate,adequate, and appropriateprimary and secondaryinformation.
Vocabularydevelopment
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Establish semanticrelationships of words andexpressions that includefamiliar, colloquial, andidiomatic types.Establish the meaning ofwords and expressions asthey are used in discoursestructures and patterns.Identify context-appropriatesubstitutes for words orexpressions.Reduce ambiguity andvagueness in the use ofwords and expressions.
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Identify collocations andarrange words orexpressions in clines,categories, and clusters.Use context clues andstructural analysis to arrive atthe meaning of words andexpressions.Determine the level offormality or register in whicha word or expression is to beused.Explain the nature of shift instructure and meaning of aword or expression as usedin a specific discipline,situation, or context of use.

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