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1 Recognize rising and falling intonation in sentences Identify the stressed and unstressed syllables Recognize pauses and stops in utterances that signal meaning Follow 3 – 4 step directions heard Get information from a conversation listened to Note details in a selection listened to: Identify setting, suspense, climax in the story Give the main idea of a selection listened to: Tell what the story/poem/news is about in two or three sentences Classify related ideas from news/stories heard Sequence events in the story listened to through groups of sentences/guided questions Give a report from a news item/radio broadcast heard Predict the outcomes of stories heard Infer the feelings of characters based on the stress and volume of the voice Give conclusions to situations/news/oral report heard Evaluate ideas and make judgments on oral tests Distinguish between fact and opinion OJECTIVES
telephone conversation Use the plural form of nouns in sentences use expressions denoting quantity Use possessive form of singular nouns Use possessive form of plural nouns Use the different verb forms (regular and irregular) present form past future Use the verb that agrees with the subject in number Use easily confused verbs Use a variety of sentences as to structure declarative interrogative imperative exclamatory Construct simple sentences with modifiers and compliments 7 7. etc. next.g. newspaper Give series of directions using sequence signals e.1 1. first.1 .g. then. 1 1.2 OJECTIVES Use words presented under auditory discrimination in sentences words with stressed and unstressed syllables Use the dictionary to interpret marks for correct accent select appropriate meaning from several meanings given to locate words using guide words Locate information in a book. Use courteous expressions in appropriate situations e.SPEAKING BEC/PELC No. magazine.1 6.1 6 6.2 2 3 4 5 5.
places. us.BEC/PELC No. them. you) OJECTIVES Use the object pronoun that agrees in number with its antecedent Use words that describe persons. him. 8 8. animals. comparative and superlative forms of regular adjectives Use adverbs of place and time Use prepositions and prepositional phrase Talk about topics of interest in 5-6 sentences .1 10 11 12 Use object pronouns (me. events (adjectives) Use positive. her.1 9 9.
2 4.thank Read orally stories/poems with correct stress and intonation Show enjoyment of stories/poems read Do accurate. slow reading in order to follow common directions in: prescriptions medicine labels simple experiments Decode meaning of unfamiliar words through structural analysis words with affixes and inflection endings compound words and their components words written as one word (backyard) two words (security guard) hyphenated (sister-in-law) use context clues use the dictionary to get appropriate meaning to a given word learn synonyms.1 3.how and why questions that are explicitly stated in the tests Demonstrate knowledge of story grammar by being able to identify setting. 1 1.breeze /th/ . antonyms.3 3.1 OJECTIVES Decode words in stories read using phonetic analysis e.1 4. homonyms Note significant details that relate to the central theme Locate answers to wh.2 3.4 4 4.g.READING BEC/PELC No. characters and main events in the story Find descriptive words/action words in selection read Give the main idea of a 2-paragraph text Identify the main idea that is implied or explicitly stated .3 5 5.1 2 3 3. /ze/z/ .
1 6.4 7 7.g.2 8. OJECTIVES Evolve a title in topic form for a text based on the main idea or big idea e. Big Idea Monica is healthy.BEC/PELC No. space order. time order.1 7.4 7.3 6 6.2 6. Title (in topic form) Healthy Monica Skim the general idea on what the material is about Organize ideas Classify related ideas/concepts under proper heading Give a heading or title for texts read without title Identify sub-heading for given heading Outline a 2-paragraph passage Sequence events/ideas Sequence the major events/ideas in a selection Arrange a set of given events in logical order to make a story e.g.5 8 8.3 6.1 8. both space and time order Outline a story read Use the outline as a guide in retelling or summarizing Perceive relationship Identify statements/events that show cause-effect relationship Give cause-effect relationship in paragraph/passages read Use the word because/so that to identify statements that show cause-effect 5.2 5.3 .2 7.
1 12.3 12. 9 9.1 10 10.BEC/PELC No.5 Predict outcomes OJECTIVES Give an appropriate ending to a given situation and give justification for such ending infer character traits from a selection read Draw conclusions based on information given Evaluate ideas and make judgments Tell whether an action or event is reality or fantasy Distinguish between facts or opinion Compare and contrast text information with prior knowledge Evaluate the likelihood that a story could really happen Determine an author’s perspective on the central topic .2 12.1 11 12 12.4 12.
g. mottoes.g. sayings Write a paragraph/short story from one’s experience Compose riddles.WRITING BEC/PELC No. semantic maps. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 OJECTIVES Write the correct spelling of words with stressed and unstressed syllables e. slogans. words with silent letters words ending in – ph sounded as f Write sentences/paragraphs giving simple directions in doing something e. making a project playing a game Write from dictation Write paragraph according to order of time. paragraphs using a variety of sentences riddles. slogans and announcements from given stimuli e. announcement from given stimuli 11 12 . planned activities/programs Write sentences on situations/comic strip presented Write paragraphs from a given stimuli Descriptive Narrative Diaries Journals Compose riddles. events and location Write simple friendly letters observing the correct format Write a paragraph based on an outline Write a variety of texts letters.g.