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CLE LESSON PLAN FOR GRADE FOUR Stage 2 - Phase 1: Analyzing the Starter Text Title: BAMBOOS I.

Objectives Identify the main idea that is implied or explicitly stated (BEC-PELC Reading 4.4.1) II.Subject Matter Identifying The Main Idea That is Implied or Explicitly Stated Selection: Bamboos References : BEC-PELC Reading 4.4.1 Starter Text Materials: pictures, flashcards, charts and big book Genre : explanation Value: Caring for Plants III. Procedure A. Preliminary Activities 1. Spelling (First Day Pretest) 1. bamboos 4. fences 2. giants 5. fishponds 3. lowlands 6. furniture

7. handicraft 10. vegetables 8. young 9. utensils

2. Pronunciation Word Drill: Listen as your teacher reads the following words: / b/ /v/ bag vine bank vest bend van bite vice bamboos vegetables Phrase Drill : uses of bamboos eat vegetables giant bamboo grass 3. Review Write the correct punctuation mark in each sentence on the line at the end of each sentence. a. Are you aware of the uses of bamboos__ d. Do you care for your future__ b. Many plants are useful __ e. I will study hard for my family__ c. Wow__ what a wonderful plant__ B. Developmental Activities 1. Motivation Show a picture of bamboos. What do you know about this plant? 2. Presentation a. Setting the standards before reading the starter text b. Unlocking of Difficulties Match Column A with Column B A B ___ 1. utensils a. area of low flat land ___2. fishpond b. much larger in size than most of its kind ___3. lowlands c. materials or tools that have important uses ___ 4.giant d. fixed objects such as chairs, tables and bed ___5. furniture e. small body of water, where fish are grown or cultured c. Have the pupils read the Starter Text Bamboos - Reading of the selection by the teacher - Reading of the selection by group - Reading of the selection individually 3. Deconstruction a. What is the selection about? b. What are the characteristics of bamboos? c. What are the most important uses of bamboos? d. What are the other uses of bamboos? e. Why do we need to take care of bamboos? f. What type of genre is it? g. What is the CODA?

4. Mapping the meaning of the text

4. Discussion - Read the paragraphs taken from the selection. Bamboos are the giants of the grass family. Some bamboos can grow as big as trees. They can grow in the lowlands and in the rolling hills. There are different kinds of bamboos. . What is the paragraph all about? What do the sentences talk about? How is the central thought provided in this paragraph, explicit or implied? Why? How do you call the sentences that develop the main idea? Cite those sentences. How do the supporting details function for the main idea? - Read and analyze this paragraph. A bamboo has many uses. The most important is for making houses. It is also used for making fences in farms and fishponds. above? What is the paragraph all about? How is it different from the first paragraph What is the key sentence or the topic sentence? How are main ideas derived? 5. Generalization The main idea tells what the paragraph is all about. It is the central thought of the paragraph. The main idea may be explicitly stated or implied. It also provides order, progression and unity to the paragraph. If explicitly stated, the key sentence tells the main idea. Sometimes, it is called the topic sentence. The sentences that develop the main idea are called supporting details or supporting sentences. 6. Application Read the paragraph and answer the questions that follow. There are three types of galaxies. Irregular galaxy does not have any special form and no certain pattern of stars. A galaxy that contains definite patterns of stars is called spiral galaxy. Another type of galaxy is shaped like flattened circles known as elliptical galaxy . What is the key sentence? Is the main idea explicitly stated or implied? Why? IV. EVALUATION Read and analyze the sentences in this paragraph, then answer the following questions below it. (1) Bamboos have many other uses such as making of furniture, toys, utensils and handicrafts.

(2)Young bamboo shoots can be eaten as vegetables. (3) Bamboo is really a very useful plant. 1. The key sentence in the paragraph is a. sentence 1 b. sentence 2 c. sentence 3 2. The supporting details are the following sentences. a. sentence 1 only b. sentences 2 and 3 c. sentences 1 and 2 3. The main idea in the paragraph is a. implied b. explicitly stated c. not explicitly stated nor implied (1)A desert is a part of the earths surface that is too dry for most living things.(2) Only plants and animals that can live without water for longer periods can survive in the desert. (3) The camel and cactus can grow well in the desert. (4)The camel has two big humps to keep its water and the cactus contains a lot of water in its trunks.(5) The Sahara desert in Africa is the largest desert in the world. 4. What is the key sentence that contains the main idea in the paragraph? a. sentence 1 b. sentence 3 c. sentence 4 5. Which one among the sentences in the paragraph does not support the key sentence? a. sentence 3 b. sentence 4 c. sentence 5 V. ASSIGNMENT Write 3 to 5 sentences in paragraph form about how to care on bamboo plants. Have your first sentence as your key sentence.

CLE LESSON PLAN Stage 2 - GRADE IV Phase 2- Linking the Text to Personal Experience BAMBOOS I. Objectives Identify the main idea that is implied or explicitly stated (BEC-PELC Reading 4.4.1) Talk about experiences related to the text. Subject Matter A. Identifying the main idea that is implied or explicitly stated. Talking about experiences related to the text. Selection: Bamboos B. References: BEC-PELC Reading 2.2, Starter Book C. Materials: chart, big book, starter text D. Genre: Explanation E. Value: Caring for Animals Procedure A. Preliminary Activities 1. Spelling 2nd day (Teach the word ) You have learned new words from our spelling lesson yesterday. Below are the meanings of each of those new words. Identify the word described by arranging the jumbled letters. 1. ( boobam) giant grass with many uses bamboos 2. (iangt) larger or bigger than most of its kind giant 3. (s tenulis) materials or tools with many uses utensils 4. ( ponfishds) small bodies of water where fish live fishponds 5. ( landwol) pieces of land located on lower grounds lowlands 6. ( cenefs) walls that protect a real property such as house and lot fences 7. ( turenifur) an object like chair, table or bed found in homes furniture 8. ( nogyu) opposite of old or elderly young 9. ( getableves) grown in farm or backyard for food vegetables 10. ( craftdihand) product made by hand handicraft 2. Pronunciation Listen as your teacher reads the following words, phrases and sentences. Word Drill: /p/ /s/ plant seed people soil part smart place side peace save Phrase Drill seed of a plant peace of mind same people Sentence Drill The place is nice and clean. Plants grow on favorable environment. True Christians have peace of mind. 3. Recall Present again the selection. Let the pupils read it by group and individually. a. What was the title of the selection weve read yesterday? b. What kind of genre is it?

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c. What is the structure of an explanation genre? d. What was the CODA of the selection? e. What do you think is the purpose of the writer in writing the explanation genre? B. Developmental Activities 1. Motivation/Presentation Coconut is a tree that grows on any type of soil in the Philippines. It also grows in any tropical region in the world. It is found in the three big islands of the country, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. This is attributed to the fact that the tree is a tropical plant. Coconut is considered as a tree of life. All parts of the coconut are very useful. Its leaves can be weaved into a basket. The midribs of its leaves can be made into brooms, used for cleaning tough dirt on the floors and nooks in and outside the house. Its oil can be used into perfumes, soaps, shampoos and many others. Most importantly, its fruit is nutritious, that can be eaten raw and can be processed into a lot of food products. Its water juice is very popular here and abroad. Now, coconut is a big source of income. Soon, our country will earn dollars out of it. 2. Discussion A. Comprehension Check-up - Based on the selection, where does a coconut tree grow? - How is a coconut tree considered? - Why is it considered as a tree of life? - What products can be produced by coconut? - What do you think should you do to increase coconut production in the country? - What is the CODA of the explanation? B. Skill Development Take another look and read the story again. Its paragraphs have main ideas, or the central thoughts of each paragraph in the selection. Key sentences can be found in each paragraph, which means paragraphs are explicitly stated. Choose the meaning of the underlined word from the box. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided. _____1. The key sentence in the first paragraph is a. Coconut is a tree that grows on any type of soil in the Philippines b. It also grows in any tropical region in the world _____2. Which one among the choices is a supporting detail? a. Coconut is considered as the tree of life. b. All parts of the coconut are very useful. ______3. How is the main idea of the selection stated? a. explicitly stated b. implied C. Generalization What is a main idea? How can you identify whether a main idea is explicitly stated or implied? D. Small Group 1. Sharing personal experience Each group will talk about the experiences of their favorite plants. They may talk about the importance of plants and how to take care of them. Assign a leader to explain one of their personal experiences. IV. Evaluation Read the following paragraphs and choose the main idea and the required answer for each question. Earthquakes are caused when plates of the Earths crust move. Earthquakes happen along fault lines in the Earths crust. When the plates in the Earth suddenly shift, the Earth will begin to shift, shake, or tremble . 1. The main idea of the paragraph is_____. a. Earthquakes occur on fault lines b. Earthquakes cause a lot of damage c. Earthquakes are caused when the plates of the Earths crust move. 2. What is the key sentence in the paragraph?

a. Earthquakes are caused when plates of the Earths crust move. b. Earthquakes happen along fault lines. c. The Earth will begin to shift, shake or tremble 3. How is the main idea in this paragraph stated? a. explicitly stated b. implied c. neither a nor b (1)Always warm up before doing any strength training exercises. (2)Failure to warm up can cause injuries to cold muscles.(3) Remember to use proper lifting procedures to be safe .(4) You can also avoid injury by working within your limits and avoiding the need to show off. 4. What is the main idea of the paragraph? a. Always warm up before doing any strength training exercises b. Using proper lifting procedures during exercises c. How to avoid injuries when doing strength training exercises 5. How is the main idea in this paragraph stated? a. explicitly stated b. implied c. neither a nor c V. Assignment Write 2 different paragraphs. One paragraph, that is explicitly stated or containing a key sentence and another where in the main idea is implied.

CLE LESSON PLAN Stage 2 - GRADE IV Phase 3 Negotiating a New Text Bamboos I. II. Objective Write an explanation paragraph or a story from ones experience. Subject Matter a. Writing a paragraph from ones experience. a. References : RBEC Writing b. Materials: manila paper, pentel pen c. Genre : Explanation d. Value: Write neatly and legibly. Procedure A. Preliminary Activities 1. Spelling- 3rd day ( re-test ) 1. bamboos 6. furniture 2. giants 7. handicraft 3. lowlands 8. young 4. fences 9. utensils 5. fishponds 10. Vegetables 2. Pronunciation Drill Words with letter /f/ sound failure fault firm fresh fast Words with letter /p/ sound prompt praise Peter Pan proud peanut

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Let the pupils recite the tongue twister Failure fault firm, Firm failure fault, Fault firm failure, Fast firm fault. Prompt Peter Pan praise for the peanut butter. Peter Pan with peanut butter is proud. 3. Recall Recall the structure of the original text and display the model text. a. What are the parts of the explanation text? b. How many paragraphs comprise the explanation selection?

c. What do you think is the purpose of the writer in writing the selection? d. What is the CODA of the selection? B. Developmental Activities 1. Motivation Do you want to make your own explanation paragraph or selection? What explanation paragraph do you want to write about? Guide the pupils in writing the explanation paragraph related about animals. 2.Writing a new text (Big Group ) Now, we are going to structure our new explanation paragraph or selection.

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What would be the title of our explanation selection? What facts about physical characteristics are we going to include in your What would be our introductory sentence or paragraph? What usefulness should we include in the succeeding paragraphs of our How are we going to end our selection?

3. Making a new text (Small Group ) Let the pupils group themselves into 5. Let them write a new text following the structure of the original text. IV. Evaluation The teacher reads the following sentences then ask the students to evaluate their work. The students answer the Rubrics on the piece of paper. Questions 1.Did we write the title in the middle? 2.Did we indent the first sentence in the paragraph? 3. Did we use the punctuation mark correctly? 4. Did we capitalize the letters correctly? 5. Did we spell the words correctly? Yes No

CLE LESSON PLAN FOR GRADE FOUR Stage 2 - Phase 4: Critically Analyzing the Text Title:BAMBOOS I. OBJECTIVE Analyze critically the short explanation selection written according to structure, grammar, and mechanics. II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Analyzing critically the short explanation selection written according to structure, grammar, and mechanics B. Reference: CLE Handbook pp. 12, 15, 35, 66, & 77 C. Materials: pentel pen, manila paper, typewriting paper D. Genre: Explanation E. Value: Legibleness and neatness in writing III. PROCEDURE A. Preliminary Activities 1. Spelling 4th day (Activity) Write the word with its correct spelling on the blanks provided. Phrases or meanings are given as your clues. 1. giant grass with many uses ____________________ 2. larger or bigger than most of its kind ____________________ 3. materials or tools with many uses ____________________ 4. small bodies of water where fish live ____________________ 5. pieces of land located on lower grounds ____________________ 6. wall that protects a real property such as house and lot ____________________ 7. objects like chair, table or bed found in homes ____________________

8. opposite of old or elderly


9. grown in farm for foods 10. product made by hands

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handicraft fences lowlands

vegetables fishponds

young utensils giant

furniture bamboos

2. Pronunciation Drill Words beginning and ending in -ph sounded as /f/ ph-ph phonetics telegraph phone chlorophyll physician seismograph Philosophy seraph phrase nymph 3. Phrase Drill reading of phrases and phonetics phone the physician in the Philippines chlorophyll of the leaves 4. Review What is the title of the story that you have agreed upon? What is its genre? What is an explanation genre? What is its structure?

B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation of each groups output 2. Analyzing the written text The teacher helps the pupils analyze their written text as to structure, grammar, and accuracy. Did you write the story based on an explanation genre? Was the first sentence properly indented? Were the words correctly spelled? How did you write the beginning letter of the word in each sentence? Were there sentences you still want to improve? - Teacher will give his/her comments and suggestions. 3. Making a small book. Ask the pupils to rewrite the corrected text in a small book. Tell them to take note on the corrections that have been made. IV. EVALUATION Reading and analyze the selection then answer the questions with Yes or No. Encircle Y if yes, N if No. The crocodiles are Useful Crocodiles play a useful role in ecological balance. Their waste fertilizes riverbeds where marine plants, crabs, and snails grow? These in turn serve as food for smaller fish which are consumed by bigger fish, which are then eaten by people. Their meet and skins are very useful too. ____ 1. Was the paragraph properly indented? ____ 2. Did the writer use correct punctuation marks for all the sentences? ____ 3. Did the sentences use proper margins? ____4. Were all the sentences begin with capital letters? ____ 5. Was the word meet the proper spelling to be used? ____6. Where should we put commas, if necessary? V. ASSIGNMENT Let each pupil improve their work to be displayed in the CLE Corner.
EXPLANATION GENRE- a genre that classifies and makes something or a phenomenon easy to understand; it tells how, why, or what something is. . Structure: 1. identifies thing or phenomenon. 2. Explanation 3. Conclusion Examples are scientific explanations.

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Lesson Plan in CLE (Grade IV) Phase 5: Language Activities and Elaborations Story: Bamboos Genre: Explanation I. Objective: Identify the main idea that is implied or explicitly stated (BEC-PELC Reading 4.4) Identify the word being described with the given clues. Participate actively in classroom activities. Subject matter A. Skill: Identifying the main idea that is implied or explicitly stated (BEC-PELC Reading 4.4.1) B. Ref: BEC-PELC Reading 4.4.1 C. Materials: chart, word cards, cartolina, manila paper D. CODA: cooperation, sportsmanship III. Procedure:

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A. Preliminary Activities:
1. Spelling- 5th day (Mastery Test) 1. bamboos 6. furniture 2. giants 7. handicraft 3. lowlands 8. young 4. fences 9. utensils 5. fishponds 10. Vegetables

B. Developmental Activities
1. Motivation - Do you want to play games? - What should you remember in playing games? Presentation Teacher will present different activities

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Activity 1 - Fun With Puzzle Look for the words that you have met in the explanation selection BAMBOOS. You can go horizontally, vertically, diagonally, from top to bottom or vice-versa. (Hint: There are 5 of them on the puzzle).

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Activity 2 - Hangman Copy the words that you have read in the selection BAMBOOS as fast as you can. bathe grass roots bamboo leaves trees family tail rolling head pan praise lowlands handicraft fences firewood garden blurred meatball younger hills image fishponds useful animals flies plant fright shop fast foot upland small g row cast temple handicraft butter houses vegetables

Activity 3 - Which Word Fits Best? 1. Its a giant grass__________. a. bamboo b. tree c. plants 2. The bamboo grass has many __________ . a. roots b. furniture c. uses 3. The most important uses of bamboos __________. a. houses b. fences c. both 4. Since bamboos are useful, we should __________ them. a. conserve b. waste c. destroy 5. Young bamboo shoots can be __________. a. eaten as vegetables b. used as medicine c. temple Activity 4 - How much do you know? (Agawang panyo-The first pupil to get hold of the handkerchief will answer first). Bamboos have many uses. The most important use is for making houses. It is also used for making fences in farms and fishponds. 1. What is the key sentence of the paragraph above? a. 1st sentence b. 2nd sentence c. 3rd sentence 2. We call this paragraph as a. explicitly stated b. implied c. both a and c 3.These are the supporting details.

a. 1st and 2nd sentence sentence

b. 1st and 3rd sentence

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4. It is where you find the main idea in the paragraph a. key sentence b. supporting detail c. neither of the two choices 5. The main idea is referred to as a. central thought of the paragraph or selection b. help develop the central c. collection of unrelated ideas

Activity 5 Divide the pupils into 5 groups. The teacher will give each group a selection or paragraph to read. Then, they will identify the main idea of the paragraph. Ask the pupils to write their answer on the board. Give at least 5 paragraphs. 1. Newspaper plays an important part in keeping the people of the world informed about the troubles that might arise in the future, if nothing is done to prevent them from happening. Everywhere, there is a keen desire to learn more and more about the affairs of the world. As a source of news, the newspaper is almost indispensable to those whose thirst for knowledge cannot be satisfied. a. The troubles brought by newspapers. b. The newspaper as a source of news. c. The importance of reading newspapers.

2. Good roads are essential for the development of a country. Today, the governments of all countries in the world are building more and more roads to gain entry to the remotest regions and enable the people of one place to communicate with the people of another place. a. The role of government in road construction. b. The importance of good roads in a country. c. The roads in the remotest regions of the country.

3. A lion used to move forward and backward in a certain field where four oxen were used to feed. He tried many times to attack them but whenever he came, they turned so that whichever way he went, he was met by the horns of one of them. One day, however, the oxen quarreled among themselves and each one went to posture alone in separate corners away from each of them. Then the lion came along, attacked them one by one. Soon, made an end to all four oxen. Choose the main idea implied in the story. a. Each to his own self. b. United we stand, divided we fall. c. The lion is the king of the forest.

4. English is a language spoken and understood by many people in most countries of the world. It is, in fact, the most important means of communication among the many countries of the world. Choose the main idea implied in the story. a. Importance of English in business only. b. English is a global language. c. Filipino is the national language of the Filipinos.

5. Modern inventions have made life more comfortable than what it was before. More and more new things are being made in all countries throughout the world to make life even more comfortable. a. Modern inventions are for everyday living. b. Modern inventions are for the rich. c. Modern inventions made life miserable for the poor.

Activity 5 - What Word Am I Category A 200 points 400 points 600 points 800 points 1000 points Category B 200 points 400 points 600 points 800 points 1000 points Category C 200 points 400 points 600 points 800 points 1000 points Category D 200 points 400 points 600 points 800 points 1000 points Category E 200 points 400 points 600 points 800 points 1000 points

Note: These should be written at the back of the cards in the puzzle. Category A A giant tall grass with many uses BAMBOO Category B It is also known as the topic sentence-KEY SENTENCE Considered as the tree of lifeCOCONUT A lengthy wall that protects a real propertyFENCE Refers to the types of text or selection with different structuresGENRE Part of the earths surface that is too dry, mostly made of sand -DESERT Category C It is the central thought of a paragraphMAIN IDEA It is where fish grow and liveFISHPOND A size, larger or bigger than ordinary sizeGIANT A billion group of starsGALAXY Category D A sentence that supports the main ideaSUPPORTING DETAIL Grown in farm or a backyard for foodVEGETABLE A product made by bare handsHANDICRAFT A fixed object such as chairs, tables and beds FURNITURE Category E Its how you call a paragraph when a key sentence is presentEXPLICIT An area of land located on lower grounds landLOWLAND Opposite of old or elderlyYOUNG The idea on a paragraph is derived without a key sentenceIMPLIED A genre that clarifies phenomenonEXPLANATION

It tells what the paragraph is all about-MAIN IDEA Materials or tools with many uses-UTENSILS Genre that clarifies and makes something easy to understand -EXPLANATION GENRE It is the moral lesson of the selection readCODA

An animal that can live in a desert-CAMEL

It is made up of interrelated sentencesPARAGRAPH

V. Assignment Which sentences support the key sentence in the box? Write a paragraph with that key sentence as the first sentence. Choose only the details that support the key sentence. Observe the mechanics in writing a paragraph such as proper indention, capitalization, margin, syllabication of words and use of punctuation marks. People use electricity in many ways

Possible supporting details: It is used to light houses, buildings and bridges.

It runs electric fans, television sets, washing machines and other household appliances. Electricity flows along a circuit through wires. Telephones use electricity to make telephone conversations possible. Electric power is measured in watts. The electric meter measures the amount of electricity consumed. Computers in companies are run by electricity. It is also used to operate machines in factories.

Prepared by: JOSEPHINE L. PEREZ MIRMA S. MILONGO AHLEE T. SEIDEL JOEL F. SABUERO ROSELIE M. APUAN CLE Core Group Members Checked and Improved by: FELIX CASAGAN CLE Coordinator

Certified Correct: CYNTHIA L. AYLES, Ed. D. Division English Coordinator

ROBERTA R. STA.INES District Supervisor- Tanque OIC- Pobcaran Noted: ROSARIO C. DE OCERA, Ed. D. OIC, Asst. Schools Division Superintendent AROMAR District Supervisor CLE Technical Director

Approved: CORAZON M. GONZALES OIC, Schools Division Superintendent