PAIR WORK: MAD ABOUT CONTENT STANDARDS

Use the codes to determine which content standard each statement is part of. Note that there are only four statements that belong to each content standard. LC – Listening Comprehension RC – Reading Comprehension AT – Attitude
Use appropriate verbal and non-verbal turn-taking, turngiving, and topic control strategies while participating in panel discussions.

OL – Oral Language and Fluency WC – Writing and Composition SS – Study Strategy
Establish semantic relationships of words including figurative and academic language.

VD – Vocabulary Development GS – Grammar Awareness and Structure

Talk about significant human experiences and ideas based on literary or expository reading, listening, or viewing selections in unrehearsed and rehearsed individual and group modalities.
VD OL

Engage in becoming familiar with, appreciative of, and critical towards the backgrounds, features, and sample texts of Philippine literature in English during the Modern Period and other parallel selections.
RC

OL

Use the right stress, intonation, phrasing, and pacing when reading short written passages aloud and engaging in interpersonal communication.

Engage in becoming familiar with, appreciative of, and critical towards the backgrounds, features, and sample texts of Philippine literature in English during the Emergence Period and
other parallel selections. RC

Establish semantic relationships of words as well as familiar, colloquial, and idiomatic expressions

Determine how stress, pitch, intonation, phrasing, pacing, and non-verbal cues serve as carriers of meaning that may aid or interfere in the message of the text listened to.
LC

OL

VD

Distinguish between oral and written modes of language use with emphasis on their exclusive features and properties.
WC

Use active listening strategies based on purpose, familiarity with the topic and the level of difficulty of short narrative texts.
LC Engage in becoming familiar with, appreciative of, and critical towards the backgrounds, features, and sample texts of Philippine literature in English during the Apprenticeship Period and other parallel selections. RC

Identify collocations and arrange words or expressions in categories and clusters.

Compose short personal narrative texts using appropriate literary and cohesive devices.

VD

WC

Select appropriate primary and secondary information sources related to a particular topic.

Set new goals for learning on the basis of selfassessment made.

Listen to appreciate communication roles, expectations, and intentions in specific communicative contexts or situations.

SS

AT

LC Use persuasive devices to express opinion and to construct basic mass
communication materials.
WC

Give credence to well thought-out ideas.
AT

Analyze analogies and arrange words or expressions in clines.
VD

Use appropriate mechanisms/tools in the library for locating resources. SS Ask sensible questions on his or her own initiative.

Distinguish between primary and secondary information sources.
SS

Expand grammatically correct sentences.
GS

Use simplified and grammatically correct expressions.
GS

AT

Organize information into short written discourse using appropriate literary and cohesive devices.
WC

Express a different opinion without being difficult.

Use appropriate verbal and non-verbal turn-taking, turngiving, and topic control strategies while participating
in dialogues and interviews.

Formulate meaningful and grammatically correct speech forms.

AT

OL Engage in becoming familiar with, appreciative of, and critical towards the backgrounds, features, and sample translated texts of Philippine folk literature and other parallel selections.

GS

Use active listening strategies based on purpose, familiarity with the topic and the level of difficulty of simple informative texts.
LC

Formulate grammatically correct sentences.

Support an assertion, validate assumptions, and draw conclusions using primary and secondary sources.
SS

GS

RC

Grade 7 English Group, DepEd K-12 Learning Area Team for Languages and Multi-literacies Training of Trainors, April 29 – May 4, 2012, Philippine Normal University, Manila

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