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I. Assess pupils mastery on the following skills taught for the week.
1. Identify the setting, suspense and climax of the selection/ story listened
to.
2. Give the main idea of a story, selection listened to.
3. Use the possessive form of singular nouns.
4. Use the possessive form of plural nouns.
5. Identify the meaning of unfamiliar words through structural analysis.
- synonyms
- antonyms
- homonyms
6. Give the main idea that is explicitly stated in a paragraph.
7. Get the main idea that is implied in a 2 paragraph text.
II. Weekly Test
III. Procedure
A. Preparation
B. Presentation
1. Giving of Directions
2. Answering the Test Items
3. Supervision
4. Checking of Test Papers
C. Recording of the Results

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SPEAKING
I. Objective
Use a variety of sentences as to use imperative/ exclamatory.
II. Subject Matter
A. Using Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
B. References
PELC Speaking 11 p. 24
Fun in English (Language)
English For You & Me (Language)
C. Materials
Pictures, chart
D. Value Focus
Respect
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Pre- Test
1. permission
6. imperative
2. valuable
7. request
3. exciting
8. consider
4. expression
9. neighbor
5. strange
10. situations
2. Drill
Write the possessive singular and the possessive plural form of the following
nouns.
Add a thing owned after the possessive nouns.
Nouns
Possessive Singular
Possessive Plural
1. dog
2. child
3. thief
4. fox
5. fairy
6. bird
7. pupil
3. Review
Identify the main idea of the paragraph by restating it in your words.
Some ants eat seeds. Other ants gather the pieces from flowers and stems of
plants. Still others eat dead insects. On kind of ant
eats mushrooms that grow on the
pieces of leaf it brings to its
nest.
4. Motivation
Are you fond of watching games? What games do you enjoy watching? Who
are
your companions? When you see games? What is your
favourite basketball team?
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation

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Read this dialogue.


Andy: Will you watch the basketball game at the playground later, Ernie?
Ernie: I would like too. I havent asked permission from my parents. But Im
sure
theyll allow me.
Jhun: I heard that Supreme Team is strong.
Andy: They have a six-foot tall player, who is a good rebounder and shooter.
They
also have a rookie, who is a Most Valuable
Player awardee.
Ernie: What a team!
Jhun: Did you know that their opponent will be coached by Jaworski? He lives
on
the next street, you know.
Andy: How exciting!
Jhun: Timmy, ask permission from your parents now. Lets go to the
playground
early so we can get good seats.
Ernie: Okay. Please wait for me.
Andy: Better yet, meet me at the playground.
Jhun: Be there early, dont forget.
Ernie: See you later
2. Analysis and Discussion
-What were the boys talking about?
-What did Ernie have to do before he could watch the game?
3. Skill Development
Read the following sentences taken from the dialogue.
1. Please wait for me.
2. See you later.
3. What a team!
4. How exciting!

Which set of sentences express a strong emotion?


How do these sentences end?
What do you call these sentences?
Which set of sentences make a request?
How do these sentences end?
What do you call these sentences?

4. Generalization
What is an imperative sentence? What is an exclamatory sentence?
C. Post Activity
1. Application
a. Chair Command
The teacher will give a command while others follow. Then she will call
somebody to give a command while others follow then
the game continues.

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b. Construct imperative or exclamatory sentences based on the following


sentences.
1. Request your classmate to erase the board.
2. Command your seatmate to close the door.
3. Express yourself when you get a perfect score in the test.
4. Request your teacher to repeat the question.
2. Enrichment Activity
a. Do Activities on pp. 84-88
(Language Text)
IV. Evaluation
Make an imperative or exclamatory sentences based on the following
situations.
1. Express yourself when you see a big snake.
2. Request your maid to give you a glass of water.
3. Command your group mate to go home early.
4. Express yourself when your finger is pricked by a pin.
5. Request your classmate to empty the garbage can.
IV. Assignment
Answer Activity 2 on page 89 of your English For You & Me Language Text

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I. Measure ones ability to retain and apply concepts and skills learned to
answer questions in a Periodic
Test.
II. First Periodic Test
III. Procedure
A. Preparation
B. Presentation
1. Giving of Directions
2. Answering the Test Items
3. Supervision
4. Checking of the Test Papers
C. Recording of the Results
IV. Evaluation
Were you able to answer the test items correctly? Why? Why not?

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SPEAKING
I. Objective
Use a variety of sentences as to use.
-declarative/ interrogative
-imperative/ exclamatory
II. Subject Matter
A. Using Variety of Sentences as to Use
-declarative/ interrogative
-imperative/ exclamatory
B. Reference
PELC Speaking 11 p. 24
English For You & Me (Language) pp. 91-95
C. Materials
Chart, pictures
D. Value Focus
Respect
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Supervised Study
2. Drill
Write the possessive singular and possessive plural form of the following
nouns. Add
a thing owned after the possessive noun.
Nouns
Possessive Singular
Possessive Plural
1. teacher
2. fairy
3. friend
4. doctor
5. bird
6. Boy Scout
7. farmer
8. baby
9. duck
10. children
3. Review
Identify the main idea of the paragraph by restating it in your own words.
Some ants eat seeds. Other ants gather the pieces from flowers and stems of
plants. Still others eat dead insects. On kind of ant
eats mushrooms that grow on the
pieces of leaf it brings to its
nest.
4. Motivation
Are you fond of watching games? What games do you enjoy watching? Who
are
your companions? When you see games? What is your
favourite basketball team?

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B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Read the dialogue. (written in Manila paper)

2. Analysis and Discussion


What were the boys talking about? What did Ernie have to do before he could
watch the game?
3. Skill Development
Read the following sentences taken from the dialogue.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Will you watch the game at the playground?


I heard that Supreme Team is strong.
Please wait for me.
See you later.
How exciting!
Which sentence tells something or gives information?
How do these sentences end? What do you call these
sentences?
Which sentence asks a question? How do these
sentences end? What do you call these sentences?
Which set of sentences express strong emotion? How
do these sentences end? What do you call these
sentences?
Which sentence express command? How do these
sentences end? What do you call these sentences?

4. Generalization
What is a declarative sentence?
What is an interrogative sentence?
What is an imperative sentence?
What is an exclamatory sentence?
C. Post Activity
1. Application
a. Tell whether the following sentences are declarative, interrogative,
exclamatory
or imperative.
1. What stories did you read last night?

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2. I have read the story about the frog prince.


3. What? A frog who is a prince.
4. Read it also and find out who he is.
5. Could you lend me that book?
6. Ill bring it tomorrow.
7. Can you give me a brief summary of the story?
8. A witch changed the prince into a frog.
9. Its impossible.
10. How did it happen?
b. Look at the picture.
Make sentences about the picture using the different kinds of sentences.
2. Enrichment Activity
Write a story about the pictures. Use different kinds of sentences in your
story.
(See p. 94 of your text)
IV. Evaluation
Make a sentence as suggested by the word in the parenthesis from the
situations
1. Ask help from your sister in doing your assignment.
(imperative)
2. Inquire from your teacher the name of the new principal in your school.
(interrogative)
3. You are in an orchid garden. You see many beautiful and colourful orchids.
(exclamatory)
4. Inform your neighbour that a medical team will visit your barangay.
(declarative)
5. What would you say if you want somebody to close the window?
(imperative)
V. Assignment
Make sentences using declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory
sentences.

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READING
I. Objective
Evolve a title in topic form for text based on the main idea or big idea.
II. Subject Matter
A. Evolving a Title in Topic Form
B. Reference
PELC 4.4.3 p. 23
English For You & Me (Reading)
C. Materials
Chart
D. Value Focus
Cleanliness
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
2. Drill
Read the paragraph then answer the questions.
A plant is like a small factory. It manufactures its own food. The plant gets
its food from the soil, air and sun. The roots get
water and minerals from the soil.
The stem carries them up
the leaves. Then food is made in the leaves with the
help of sunlight.
1. Why is a plant likened to small factory?
2. How do plants make their own food?
3. Review
Give the main idea of the paragraph.
Birds are very light. Their bones are light, too. Even the bones of their skulls
are almost weightless. That is why birds can fly.
1. What is the paragraph about?
2. What does the whole paragraph say about birds?
3. What is the main idea?
4. Motivation
What are the common insects that you know? What can you say about them?
5. Motive Question

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Today weve read a story about a family of flies. What do you want to know
about
them?
6. Unlocking of Difficulties
Match the meaning on the right with the words on the left.
1. bother
a. humming
2. rakes
b. hose end
3. nuzzle
c. interested
4. curious
d. tools
5. buzzing
e. worry about
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Reading of Story
2. Discussion and Analysis
a. Answering the motive question raised by the pupils.
b. Comprehension Check Up
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

What is the story about?


Where did Mr. Fly and his family live?
Why were they very happy living there?
How did Mr. Fly warn his children?
How did the cleanliness campaign affect Mr. Fly and his family?

3. Value Integration
If you were living in the community where the flies live would you join the
cleanliness campaign? Why? Why not?
4. Skill Development
a. Going back to the story, think of a good title that will fit the selection.
b. Give other example of paragraphs and give a title based on the main idea.
5. Generalization
Where do we get a title in topic form?
> Get a title in topic form from the main idea.
> A title must be related to the big or main idea. It must be brief and clear.
C. Post Activity
1. Application
a. Do Activity on p. 57-58 Reading Book
b. Each group will be given a paragraph. They will create a title in the topic
form
based on the main idea.
2. Enrichment Activity
Give an appropriate title for each paragraph.
There lived a fisherman with his risqu wife. Every day he goes to the sea to
catch fish. One day, his net caught a very big fish.
The fish could talk. It was an
enchanted princess. The
fish gave him a magic pearl, so she could be set free.
IV. Evaluation

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Write the letter of the best title, you can derive from the given big idea.
1. Riding in a horse is fun.
A. In the Farm
B. How to Ride
C. A Happy Horse Ride
D. A Happy Walk
2. Imelda is a thrifty girl.
A. How Imelda Saves Money
B. Keeping Your Extra Money
C. The Money in the Piggy Bank
D. How to Be Thrifty
3. We should take care of our ears.
A. Caring for the Eyes
B. Caring for the Nose
C. Caring for the Lips
D. Caring for the Ears
4. We can fight Drug Addiction.
A. Why should People Take Drugs
B. Fight Drug Addiction
C. Causes of Drug Addiction
D. Effects of Drug Addiction
5. The durian is an unusual fruit.
A. Unusual Fruit
B. The Fruit From Mindanao
C. The Fruit with an Unusual Smell
D. Durian: An Unusual Fruit
V. Assignment
Write an appropriate title for the given big idea.
1. Books are our good friends.
2. Mother Theresa is a living saint.
3. Earthworm loosen the soil.

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READING
I. Objective
Evolve a title in topic form for text based on the main idea or big idea.
II. Subject Matter
A. Evolving a Title in Topic Form In Text Based on the Main Idea
B. Reference
PELC 4.4.3 p. 23
English For You & Me (Reading)
C. Materials
Chart
D. Value Focus
Cleanliness
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Supervised Study
2. Drill
What kind of sentences are the following?
1. Kindly occupy this seat.
2. What a wonderful sight!
3. Come back immediately.
4. How dizzy I feel!
5. Please make your lines straight.
6. Have you been to Baguio?
7. Clean this place.
8. Its terrible.
9. Do you eat fruits and vegetables?
10. The children participated in the program.
3. Review
Select an appropriate title for all the phrases from the given choices.
1. reading stories, reciting poems, singing and dancing, drawing pictures
a. At the Market
c. In the Church
b. In School
2. funny clowns, six white horses, dancing monkeys, a big gray elephant
a. Religious Procession c. A Circus Parade

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b. At the Zoo
3. bands going around, church bells ringing, parade of beauties, entertaining
visitors
a. Town Fiesta
c. A Beauty Contest
b. A Parade
4. wearing clean clothes, eating nutritious foods, keeping the body clean,
drinking enough water
a. Healthy Habits
c. New Clothes
b. Good Food
4. Motivation
What are the common insects that you know? What can you say about them?
5. Motive Question
Today well read a story about a family of flies. What do you want to know
about
them?
6. Unlocking of Difficulties
Match the meaning on the right with the words on the left.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

bother
rakes
nuzzle
curious
buzzing

a. humming
b. hose end
c. interested
d. tools
e. worry about

B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Reading of the Story
2. Discussion and Analysis
a. Answering the Motive Question Raised by the Pupils
b.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Comprehension Check- Up
What is the story about?
Where did Mr. Fly and his family live?
Why were they very happy living there?
How did Mr. Fly warn his children?
How did the cleanliness campaign affect Mr. Fly and his family?

3. Value Integration
If you were living in the community where the flies live would you join the
cleanliness campaign? Why? Why not?
4. Skill Development
a. Going back to the story think of a good title that will fit the selection.
b. Do Activity 2 on p. 57
C. Post Activity
1. Application
a. Answer Activity on pages 57-58
b. Each group will be given a paragraph. They will create a title in topic form
based
on the main idea.

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2. Enrichment Activity
Think of the main idea of each paragraph then write a title based on it.
(Pupils will be given a copy of the paragraph.)
IV. Evaluation
Read the paragraph then answer the questions that follow.
1.
The earth is constantly in motion. It is always turning around like a top.
It takes the
Earth twenty four hours to make one full turn. As
the Earth turns around it also goes
around the sun. it takes
365 days for the Earth to go around the sun.
1. What is the paragraph about?
2. What will be an appropriate title for it?
2.

The colors of the flag stand for peace, loyalty and bravery. The stars
stand for
three groups of islands in our country. The
sun has eight rays. They represent the eight
provinces that
joined the Katipunan to fight the Spaniards.
1. What is the paragraph about?
2. What is a good title for the paragraph
V. Assignment
Write an appropriate title for the given big idea.
1. Books are our good friends.
2. Mother Theresa is a living saint.
3. Earthworm loosen the soil.

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WRITING
I. Objective
Copy a friendly letter from a model.
II. Subject Matter
A. Copying Friendly Letter From a Model
B. Reference
PELC Writing
Fun in English
C. Materials
Chart
D. Value Focus
Neatness and Cleanliness
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Mastery Test
1. permission
6. imperative
2. valuable
7. request
3. exciting
8. consider
4. expression
9. neighbor
5. strange
10. situation
2. Drill
Identify the meaning of the underlined words.
1. Jenny wrote the answer on the board.
a. to weary
c. a flat piece of wood
b. to make a hole
2. A clumsy girl often breaks sauces.
a. to separate into pieces
c. a variety of fess
b. to reduce in rank
3. Every Monday morning the flag in school is raised.
a. to breed
c. a contest to determine speed
b. to move upward
4. The barbaric warrior killed the animal with his bare hands.
a. unarmed
c. a large mammal
b. exposed to view
5. The carpenters brought with them a plant.

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a. to make smooth or even


b. flat

c. a tool used for smoothing board

3. Review
Identify the main idea and choose the most appropriate title.
Dogs are smarter than most animals. They can be easily taught or trained.
There are dogs that are suited for protecting or
guarding people, doing police
work, helping in
search and rescue operations, or serving as companions
especially to the disabled. There are new reports about dogs
that saved the lives
of their owners by alerting them
of the coming danger.

Main Idea:
Title:
a. Guide Dogs
b. Smart Dogs
c. Dogs That Do Police Work
4. Motivation
Do you have a friend in other places? What do you do to communicate with
her?
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Show a sample of a friendly letter.
(written on chart)
2. Analysis and Discussion
What kind of letter is this?
Who wrote the letter?
To whom was the letter addressed?
Why did Cyrene write Christine a letter?
What are the parts of a letter?
Where do you write the heading? Where can you find
the greeting? How about the body of the letter?
What position of the title is the closing written? How
are the parts written?
What punctuation marks were used in each part?
How should the letter be written or prepared? Why?
3. Generalization
What are the parts of a letter? What should you remember when writing
friendly
letters?
- Writing a letter is different from writing a paragraph or a story. It has five
parts
namely: heading, greeting, body of the letter,
closing and signature.
In writing a letter your handwriting should be legible and neat.
C. Post Activity
1. Application

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a. Copy/ Write the given letter correctly.


b. Read and copy the letter. Make the necessary corrections.
san roque Elementary School
Dauan, Batangas
November 10, 2007
dear chris
We have formed the English club in our school. The club meets once a week.
All grade four pupils joined the club. When the
club meets, we read and tell stories
and
recite
poems. Are you also engaged on different English activities? Please write
to me also.
Your friend
Lina
2. Enrichment Activities
Copy this letter correctly with the correct spelling of words. Correct
capitalization,
indention, punctuation marks and format.
manghinao elementary school
Bauan, Batangas
November 12, 2007
Jessica
dear june
last Friday, we went to our school science park to study about movements of
some
animals. Do you also have your science park?
Please write me about the plants and
animals in your
science park.
IV. Evaluation
Write this letter correctly.
Dear mom
Baguilawa Elementary School
Bauan Batangas
June 10, 2007
lovingly yours
Camille
It was a wonderful day! My family and I went to the circus I enjoyed watching
the
elephant, lions and other animals that were trained
to do some tricks. I held my
breath when a man walked in
the hanging wires that slightly moved. How I wished
you
were here with us that day.
V. Assignment
Do Activity 1 on p. 60 of your English Text (Language)

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SPEAKING
I. Objective
Use simple sentences with modifiers and compliments.
- phrases
- clauses
II. Subject Matter
A. Using Simple Sentences with Modifiers and Compliments
B. Reference
PELC Speaking 12 p. 24
English For You & Me (Language) pp. 97-102
Pillars pp. 169-172
C. Materials
Selection, Chart
D. Value Focus
Helpfulness
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling (Pre-test)
1. describe
6. manufacture
2. modify
7. derive
3. specific
8. require
4. necessary
9. encourage
5. campaign
10. recommend
2. Drill
Possessive Nouns Bingo
Direction:
Fill in each box with a singular noun in the possessive form. Be sure that
each item
is appropriate to be owned by the name you will
write. One is done for you.
(written in Manila paper)

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3. Review
Game:
Choose Me
Pick out a flower and read the sentence. Then tell what kind of sentence it is.
Ex:

4. Motivation
What comes to your mind when you hear or read about Jose Rizal?

Jose Rizal
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Jose Rizal grew up in a small town of Calamba,Laguna. He played with other
boys
and girls in the town. One day, a little boys kite got
caught in the bells tower. Jose
Rizal got the kite. He gave
it to the little boy. The little boy thanked Jose Rizal.
2. Comprehension Check Up
Who grew up in a small town of Calamba?
What did he do with the other children?
What happened to the boys kite?
What did the little boy do?
3. Analysis and Discussion
Let us read again the sentences in the paragraph. Youll notice that there is a
word
that is more important than the others.
Ex: A little boys kite got caught in the bell tower.
What is the complete subject? (a litte boys
kite)
What is the simple subject? (kite)
What word is the complete subject that gives a
complete picture of the subject kite? (a little
boys)
- These words are called modifiers.
In the same sentence, what is the simple
predicate? (got caught)

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What other words are with the predicate?


- These words are
complements.
What are the other modifiers and complements
in the other sentences?
Give other examples using modifiers and complements.
Study these sentences.
a. The sun shines
The sun shines brightly
The sun shines brightly in the sky.
b. The dog barks
The dog barks loudly
The dog barks loudly at the stranger.
4. Skill Development
Read these sentences then box the simple subject, circle the simple
predicate and
underline the modifiers once and the
complements twice.
1. The intelligent boy went to school early this morning.
2. His thoughtful mother bought him a new pair of shoes.
3. The noisy children stayed in the room.
4. The concerned pupil submitted his project on time.
5. A radiant smile shone on everyones5. Values Integration
What good trait did Jose show? Are you like Jose? In what way?
6. Generalization
How can we make sentences more colourful and interesting?
- Sentences can be more colourful and interesting if we add modifiers to the
subject and complements to the simple
predicate.
> Modifiers are words that describe or limit another word or group of words
in the sentence.
> Complements are words used to complete the sense of a sentence by
means
of a verb.
Modifiers and complements give the complete meaning of the sentence.
C. Post Activity
1. Application
Activity 1
Make the sentences colourful and interesting by giving the appropriate
modifiers and
complements.
a.
baby cries
f.
children eat
b.
children play
g.
friends played
c.
boys assembled
h.
mother prepares
d.
sister played
i.
visitors left
e.
teacher attended
j.
speaker gave
Activity 2
a. Group Activity
Look at the pictures. Write several using modifier about these pictures. (pp.
99-100)
2. Enrichment Activity

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a. Make your own simple sentences with modifiers and complements.


Ex: The old wooden house was blown by the wind.
b. Write a short paragraph using the following words in your own sentences.
Use
modifiers and complements in your sentences.
the garden
fresh flowers
different colors
smell sweet
water the plants small plants
For Science Class
Write a sentence about each picture using modifiers and complements.
(Activity 1 on pp. 101-102)
IV. Evaluation
Use each of the following phrases to make a simple sentence with modifiers
and complements.
1. children eat
2. water evaporates
3. team played
4. principal observers 5. mother cooks
V. Assignment
Expand each sentence by adding modifiers or complements.
1. The
pupils cheered
.
2. Ring the
bell
.
3. The
door opened
.
4. There is a
clock
.
5. His face is
.

READING
I. Objective
Locate answers to how questions that are explicitly stated in the texts.
II. Subject Matter
A. Locating Answers to How and Why Questions
B. References
PELC Reading
English For You & Me (Reading)
C. Materials
Story: Junk food, Short Paragraphs
D. Value Focus
Keeping Healthy
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Supervised Study
2. Drill
Arrange the jumbled letters in the parenthesis to come up with the synonym
of the
given word. Write your answer on the space
provided.
1. erase=
(eldtee)
6. ardent=
(eegar)
2. conform=
(gerea)
7. regular=
(cmomno)

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3. accurate=
4. serene=
5. boundary=

(excta)
(caml)
(imlit)

8. bashful=
9. skinny=
10. pilgrimage=

(hys)
(htni)
(neyruoj)

3. Review
Read the paragraph and answer the questions below.
The farmers of Negros Oriental make offerings of spirits for plenty and
bountiful harvest. At the start of the planting season,
they kill a pig. They offer
the meat together with
wine to spirits. This is followed by a celebration is the rice
field.
1. Who make the offerings to the spirit for bountiful harvest?
2. What do they offer to be spirit for bountiful harvest?
3. When do they make offerings?
4. Where is the celebration done?
4. Motivation
What kind of food do you buy during recess time? Are they nutritious or not?
5. Motive Question
Can you make a list of junk food that you think have bad effects on your
health?
6. Unlocking of Difficulties
(using context clues)
Replace the underlined words with its synonym found inside the parenthesis.
1. Her eyes brim with tears.
(overflow, overshadow)
2. Natural food is more nutritious than synthetic food.
(manufacture, original)
3. He has a relish for informative books.
(liking, dictate)
4. Mario is considered hyper. He is always moving.
(active, lazy)
5. Do not alter the arrangement of the chairs.
(change, forget)
6. You can buy some shirts in these outlets.
(store branches, houses)
7. If you do not want to be overweight you must resist the temptation to
snack.
(attraction, keeping)
8. Junk foods note you of your appetite.
(take away, give away)
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
a. Reading of the selection Junk Food
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Discussion
What is junk food?
Who often eat too much junk food?
How can one avoid junk food?
Why should junk food be avoided?
Why should one eat nutritious foods instead of junk foods?

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3. Values Integration
Are you eating the right kind of food that all your body needs? Why?
(Yes, because one should be healthy to avoid sickness.)
4. Generalization
How do we answer How questions?
- A how question is answered by giving the way, the manner of doing or the
procedure.
- A why question is answered by giving reasons.
C. Post Activity
1. Application
Read the paragraphs and answer the questions after.
(written in Manila paper)
2. Enrichment Activity
a. Read the sentences carefully. Match your answer to the how and why
questions.
Write the numbers of your answer on the
blank.
1. Basketball is a borrowed game.
2. It is an American game that was brought to the Philippines.
3. The Filipinos learned to play it.
4. They have come to love it because it is a fast game.
5. It does not take long for the game to be finished.
6. A player can keep on scoring if he plays well.
7. Many can play at a time using just one ball.
a. Why do Filipinos love basket ball?
b. How does a player keep on scoring?
c. Why is basketball a borrowed game?
d. How was the game known by the Filipinos?
e. How long does the game take place?
b. Activity 2 (for Science Class)
Write your answer to the following questions.
1. Why do we celebrate National Heroes Day?
2. We celebrate Nutrition Month in the school during the month of July. Why
do
we celebrate Nutrition Month?
3. How can we keep ourselves healthy and strong?
4. How do you spend your free time during weekend?
5. Why should we keep our surroundings clean?
IV. Evaluation
Read the following questions and locate the answer after each paragraph.
1. Ismael turned off the lights quietly. He did it so that his parents will not be
disturbed in
their sleep.
a. Why did Ismael turn off the lights quietly?
b. How did Ismael turn off the lights?
2. Many passengers travel by bus. They do not ride on carts because they
want to reach
their homes on time.
a. How do passengers travel?
b. Why do they travel by bus?

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3. A product must be protected in order to be fresh. To reform freshness,


transfer contents
into a dry, resealable container.
a. How can a product retain its freshness?
b. Why must a product be protected?
4. Crabs have ten legs. The front legs are pinchers. The crab uses its
pinchers to protect
itself. When it is frightened, it runs
sideways. Crabs like to live near the seashore where
they can
get food.
a. How do crabs protect themselves?
b. Why do crabs like to live in the seashore?
5. Orchids are beautiful flowers. Some stay fresh for quite a long time. It is
the reason why
orchids are made into corsages. Orchids coil
quite high. Some people make much money
by raising and
selling the flower.
a. How do people make money for orchids?
b. Why are orchids made into corsages?
V. Assignment
Work on Activity 1 on pages 64-65 of your English For You & Me Reading
Book.

READING
I. Objective
Demonstrate knowledge of story grammar by being able to identify setting,
characters and main
events in the story.
II. Subject Matter
A. Demonstrating Knowledge of Story Grammar Identify the Setting,
Characters, Main Events
in the Story
B. References
PELC Reading 5.5.2 p. 23
English For You & Me (Reading)
C. Materials
Chart, short stories
D. Value Focus
Love for Others

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III. Learning Activities


A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling (Retest)
1. describe
6. manufacture
2. modify
7. derive
3. specific
8. require
4. necessary
9. encourage
5. campaign
10. recommend
2. Drill
Provide the missing word.
1. Watch is to television as listen is to
2. Hear is to ear as think is to
.
3. Chalk is to blackboard as pencil is to
4. Nose is to smell as tongue is to
5. Win is to lose as succeed is to
6. Boy is to girl as gentleman is to
7. Dog is to puppy as human is to
8. Rob is to steal as target is to
9. Produce is to make as stay is to
10. Shallow is to deep as industrious is to

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

3. Review
Locate the answer to the questions below the selection. Write the number of
your
choice on the blank.
1. Do you know how many hours a spider eats its food?
2. A spider has a small mouth, a narrow throat and has no way of chewing its
food.
3. As soon as the cockroach is caught in the web, the spider slowly goes
towards it.
4. The spider can move its sticky web because its own legs are coated with
oil.
5. It moves silken threads around the cockroach until it cannot move
anymore and
put poison in it until it dies.
6. The spider is a mans true friend because it eats insects that can destroy
Earth.
1. Why can a spider move in its web?
2. How does the spider kill a cockroach?
3. Why is the spider mans true friend?
4. Motivation
Do you have friends? Is it good to have an enemy? Why?
Today we are going to read a story about an elephant and a turtle.
5. Motive Question
Why did the elephant get angry with the turtle?
6. Unlocking of Difficulties
Match the words with its meanings.
a. She is afraid to be left alone in the jungle.
b. My best friend is my buddy.
c. The snake reared its head.
d. Thank God exclaimed the mother upon seeing her lost child.
- raised or lifted up

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- spoke suddenly because of some strong feeling


- companion or partner
- a thick forest
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Read the selection.
There once was a baby elephant and a baby turtle drinking from the river in
the jungle. For no reason, the turtle reaches over and
bites the elephants tail, really
hard.
Years and years later, the same elephant now grown up, is by the same river,
having a drink with his giraffe buddy, when the same
turtle bit him on the tail all
those years ago wanders up
to the river.
The elephant rears back a leg and kicks the turtle as hard as he can, sending
him flying way off to the jungle. Why did you do
that? the giraffe asks. When we
were both babies that turtle
bit my tail for no reason the elephant replied. Wow!
you must have a good memory! exclaimed the giraffe.
Yep! said the elephant. Ive got Turtle-Recall.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Discussion and Analysis


Why did the elephant get angry with the turtle?
Who are the characters in the story?
Where did the story happened?
When did it happened?
What are the events that happen in the story?

3. Values Integration
Was it proper for the elephant to kick the turtle? Why?
4. Generalization
- What part of the story tells you when and where the story happens?
- What do you call the person or animals in the story?
- What do you call the important part of the story?

C. Post Activity
1. Application
Read the short story then do the exercises below. Fill in the following with the
story
you have just read.

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1. Who are the characters in the story?


2. What is the setting?
3. What are the events that happened in the story?
2. Enrichment Activity
Group Activity (Spotlight)
Narrate a story that you already read. Ask the rest of the group to identify
the
setting, character and events of the story.
IV. Evaluation
Read the paragraph and identify the setting, characters, and events that
happened in the story.
One day, Father told Dwight to buy some fishes in the market. When he
reached the
market he saw many beautiful things for sale. He
also saw big fruits like watermelon
and jackfruit. When he
saw fresh fish, he bought a kilo of it and went home.
Setting:
Characters:
Events:
V. Assignment
Read a short story at home and write down the setting, characters and main
events in your
notebook.

WRITING
I. Objective
Write a paragraph/ short story from ones experience.
II. Subject Matter
A. Writing a Paragraph/ Short Story From Ones Experience
B. Reference
PELC Writing 6 p. 23
C. Materials

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Pictures
D. Value Focus
Be active/ alert, Be appreciative, Cleanliness
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Supervised Study
2. Drill
Think of words that belong to each group of words.
1. prince, princess, king,
6. fire, flood, typhoon,
2. calm, silent, peaceful,
7. monkey, fox, rabbit,
3. stop, give up, discontent,
8. circle, triangle, rectangle,
4. solid, gas,
9. aim, goal, journey,
5. radish, ampalaya, eggplant,
10. twin, triplet, quintuplet,
3. Recall the mechanics in writing a paragraph.
Observe margin.
Identify the first sentence of the paragraph.
Write words with the correct spelling.
Observe correct punctuation marks.
4. Motivation
What did you do yesterday?
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Look at these pictures. This boy is Leo. He is in Grade Four like you. He does
many
things everyday before going to school.
1.
4.
2.

5.

3.

2. Discussion and Analysis


a. What does he do in the first picture? second picture? and so on?
(Write the pupils answers in paragraph form on the board.)
What kind of a boy is Leo?
b. Children, we are going to visit Fantasy where a castle is found.

Get ready we are going to start our journey to Fantasy Island.


1. Look at the picture of a castle.
2. Close your eyes and imagine that you will enter a castle.
3. I will ask questions but you will not say your answers.
4. You have to remember your answers.
Questions to be asked:
1. Where are you going?
2. Why are you going there?
3. What did you see inside the castle?

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4. Who welcomed you?


5. What did you feel?
3. Values Integration
If you happen to visit interesting places, how should you behave?
4. Generalization
- What did you write about?
- What did you make out of the sentences? (paragraph)
C. Post Activity
1. Application
a. Answer these questions and make a paragraph out of your answers.
1. What do you do after school?
2. What time do you study your lesson?
3. Who helps you with your assignment?
4. What time do you go to bed?
5. What do you do before going to sleep?
2. Enrichment Activity
Write the activities or experience you had on your last birthday party.
IV. Evaluation
Write a short story of five sentences on what you did at home yesterday.
V. Assignment
Write a short story or paragraph about your experience with your best friend.

I. Assess pupils mastery on the following skills for the week.


1. Give the main idea of the story/ song/ poem/ selection listened to.
2. Use variety of sentences as to use.
- declarative
- interrogative
- imperative
- exclamatory

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3. Use simple sentences with modifiers and compliments.


4. Evolve a title in topic form for text based on the main idea or big idea.
5. Locate answers to how and why questions that are explicitly stated in the
texts.
6. Demonstrate knowledge of story grammar by identifying the setting,
characters, and main
events in the story.
7. Copy friendly letters from a model and observe punctuation, capitalization
and spelling.
II. Weekly Test
III. Procedure
A. Preparation
B. Presentation
1. Giving of Directions
2. Answering the Test Items
3. Supervision
4. Checking of the Test Papers
C. Recording of the Results

READING
I. Objective
Find descriptive words/ action words in a selection read.
II. Subject Matter
A. Finding Descriptive Action Words in a Selection Read
B. References
PELC Reading 5.5.3 p. 23

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C. Materials
Picture/ Chart
D. Value Focus
Leadership
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
1. ambitious
6. criticize
2. politician
7. discontented
3. popular
8. demonstrate
4. complained
9. government
5. declared
10. opportunities
2. Drill
Read these sentences. Copy the nouns in each sentence.
1. Mother bought ripe and juicy mangoes.
2. Sunset at Manila Bay is a sight to behold.
3. She has made dried salted fish.
4. The cool sea breeze smells salty.
5. Fresh and crispy vegetables art served on the table.
3. Review
What part of the story tells you when and where the story happens? the
persons or
animals? the important part of the story?
4. Motivation
Does September 21, 1972 mean anything to you? Do you know what
happened that
day? (Show a picture)
Do you know who he is? Today we are going to read a story about him.
5. Motive Question
What do you want to know about him?
6. Unlocking of Difficulties
Write the word defined.
1. causing arrest, violence or disturbance
B U T U R T E N L
2. characterized by wrong use of action
S I A V E B U
3. showing ambition
B I A M T I O U S
4. to enclose with a person posted for protest
C K E T P I
5. the law applied in occupied territory by the military authority occupying
power
T I A R A M
W A L
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
a. Standards for Silent Reading
b. Reading of the Story by the pupils
The Long and Turbulent Marcos Years

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2. Discussion and Analysis


a. Who made the promise to make the country great again?
(Ferdinand Marcos)
b. Why did Ferdinand Marcos declare martial law?
(many people protested against the government)
c. How did martial law affect the lives of the Filipinos?
(Filipinos lost their freedom)
d. If you were Marcos, would you have done the same thing? Why or Why
not?
3. Values Integration
If given the chance to be elected as president of your class. What kind of
leader will
you be? How will you handle your class?
4. Skill Development
The following phrases are taken from the story.
bright lawyer
big cities
patient
powerful politician
great country
brave
ambitious leader
honest leaders
citizens
- What words were used to describe the nouns?
(bright, powerful, ambitious, big, great and few)
- What do you call theses describing words?
List down as many describing words as you can think of:
your school
your community
the leader of your barangay
our country
5. Generalization
What are adjectives? (They are describing words.)
When do we use them?
How do adjectives affect a sentence?
C. Post Activity
1. Application
a. Read each paragraph below. Copy the describing words.
1. I have a wonderful grandfather. He is tall and really good looking. He has
no
white hair yet although he thinks a lot. He is very
hardworking and patient.
Everyday he shows me a
new invention. You see, my Lolo Roy is an inventor.
2. The traveller from Metro Manila rubs his numb nose and cheek bones with
his
hand. He can feel the cool air of Baguio as the bus
winds its way up Kennon Road.
He blows warm air into his
cold bare hands and then pulls his thick jacket tight
over his big body.
2. Enrichment Activities
Read each paragraph. Find and copy the describing words from each.
Ex: In Baguio, the smell of pine trees and strawberries fills the air. Visitors
enjoy
the fragrant smell of fresh roses and other
flowers which are abundant in his
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to its cool climate. The aroma of hot coffee fills the air on
early mornings as visitors stroll around to warm their bodies.
- List down all the descriptive/ action words found in the selection.
IV. Evaluation
Read this paragraph. Copy all the descriptive words found in it.
The people of Cordillera have physical features that are similar to those of
the
lowland areas. The men are about 5 feet, 4 inches in height
while the women are 4 feet
inches tall. Some have narrow
noses while others have broad, flat noses. Those who tell the
soul have developed strong bodies and dark bronze skin. Those who do
not work in the
field are fair skinned. Most of them have long
straight hair others have curly hair. They
have a deep set of
slanted eyes.
V. Assignment
Copy a descriptive paragraph from your notebook. Underline all the
adjectives used in it.

READING
I. Objective
Find action words in a selection read.

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II. Subject Matter


A. Finding Action Words in a Selection Read
B. References
PELC Reading
English For You & Me (Reading)
C. Materials
Chart
D. Value Focus
Kindness to Animals
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Supervised Study
2. Drill
Read the paragraph and locate the answer for the questions.
Bert is called a thrifty boy by most of his friends. He earns money by selling
vegetables from his garden. He saves some of the
money he receives from his father,
mother
and
elder
brother. He keeps his money safe by depositing them in the bank.
a. Why is Bert called a thrifty boy by most of his friends?
b. How does he earn money?
c. How does he keep his money safe?
3. Review
Use each of the following words in sentences to describe something you
have seen or
heard.
bright
little
beautiful
wise
great
wonderful
small
elegant
4. Motivation
Do you love animals? What animals do you like?
Today we are going to read s story about The Ox Who Won the Forfeit.
5. Unlocking of Difficulties
Follow each direction to form the word whose meaning is given.
BOX
shade the first letter to mean a male cow (ox)
BOASTFUL shade the last 3 letters to mean to talk with too much pride
about
something (boast)
BROKE
shade the first letter and change the second letter to y to mean
fastened along the neck of
animals especially ox (yoke)
PART
shade one letter which means to touch ones shoulder gently
several
times with your hand
STROLE
change one letter to mean a single movement of the arm when
hitting
something

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B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
a. Set standards for silent reading.
b. Reading of the Story The Ox Who Won the Forfeit.
2. Discussion and Analysis
1. What did the man own? (strong ox)
2. Where did he go one day? (to the village)
3. Why did he go to that village? (to say that he will pay a forfeit of a
thousand
pieces of silver if his strong ox cannot draw a
line of one hundred wagons)
4. What happened the next day? (he brought the ox to the village to draw a
hundred
wagon but the ox did not do it because he
whipped him)
5. What did the owner realize? (he should be kind to animals)
6. What is the ending of the story? (the master of the ox gain what he had
lost)
7. If you were the owner of the ox will you do the same? Why? Why not?
3. Values Integration
Animals are also living creatures like us. How should we treat our animals?
4. Skill Development
Ill show you some actions. Write the word associated with it.
draw
pay
whip
laugh
bring
throw
Read these words taken from the story. What are they?
feed
place
treat
hung etc.
5. Generalization
What are verbs? They are action words.
C. Post Activity
1. Application
Read each paragraphs. Pick out each action word found in it. Copy the action
words.
a. All summer Pepe toiled in the garden. He harvested tomatoes, eggplants,
watermelons and peanuts. He knew that he
had produced a lot and he dreamed of
richer crops.
Suddenly one morning he woke to find the garden destroyed. The
neighbors pigs had feasted there.
b. Nita and her brother Pepe loved the beach. The sun beat down on her
white hat.
She spread towels on the sand and they lay
in the sunshine. Suddenly a low cloud
hid the sun.
Raindrops pelted the swimmers and everyone ran for shelter.
2. Enrichment Activity
Read the poem. Underline all the action words. Act out the action words as
you
recite the poem afterwards.

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Weather Is Full of the Nicest Sounds


Weather is full of nicest sounds
It sings and rustles and pings and pounds
And hums and tinkles and strums and twangs
And whizzes and sprinkles and splashes and bangs
And mumble and grumbles and rumbles and flashes and crashes
I wonder if thunder frightens a bee
A mouse in her house, a bird in a tree
A bear or a hare or a fish in the sea?
Not me!
IV. Evaluation
Read the selection. Find ten action words from it. Copy them.
Nita lifted her dark head and stared up at the mountain. Smoke was coming
from the top
making the shy a dark gray. She shook her head worriedly.
She wasnt exactly afraid; but she did
not like the looks of that volcano.
Soon however she forgot about it as she finished the work in her lap. It was
a beautiful hat of creamy white straw, smooth and even. She held it at arms
length and look at it. The figure of the Lady of the Blue Dress that she had
woven into the hat itself seemed
almost alive.
V. Assignment
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SPEAKING
I. Objective
Use the first pronoun that agrees in number with its antecedent.
II. Subject Matter
A. Using Object Pronouns (one, him, her, us, them, you)
B. References
PELC Speaking 13.13.1 p. 24
English For You & Me (Language) pp. 112-115
C. Materials
Chart, pictures
D. Value Focus
Helpfulness
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Supervised Study
2. Drill
Fill in the blanks with the missing letters to complete each word. Then
pronounce
the formed words properly.
1. What ant officiates a mass in church? __ el __ b__ ant
2. What ant means unchanging? __ on __ __ ant
3. What ant means empty? va __ ant
4. What ice means two times? __ w __ __ __
5. What ice means to an offering? s __ __ rif __ ce
3. Review
Tell whether the underlined word is an action word or a descriptive word.
Harry Potter is the son of a (1) great witch and a (2) normal man. When he
was eleven years old, he received a (3) strange letter
from Hogwarts School of
Witchcraft. He (4) prepared
all his things and (5) looked for the Hogwarts Train
that
will bring him to the (6) mysterious school. Then he (7) met (8) new friends,
the
(9) brave Ron and the (10) intelligent Hermione.
4. Motivation
Speech Balloon:
Look at each picture. What do you think are the children talking? Make a
dialog out of the drawing.
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Using the drawings in motivation. Finish the sentences by choosing your
answer
from the box.
them
him
her
us
we
it
you
Raye and Will are watching .
Ann is shipping near
.
Fred is painting
.
Diana is sitting beside .

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Linda is sitting under

2. Analysis and Discussion


In sentences 1 & 2, what word comes before the
pronoun? (watching/ painting)
What part of speech are watching and painting?
(verb)
In sentences 3, 4 and 5 what word comes before the
pronoun? (near, beside, under)
What part of speech are near, beside and under?
(preposition)
3. Generalization
- What is an object pronoun?
Object pronouns are used as objects of a verb or a preposition. They come
after an
action word or a preposition.
- What are the object pronouns?
Me, him, her, us, you and them are object pronouns.
C. Post Activity
1. Application
a. Write the correct object pronoun in the blank.
1. The clock is above Mayette.
The clock is above
.
2. Cobe and Celano are swimming.
Theyre splashing water on
.
3. The cats are hungry.
Jun fed
.
4. Theyre singing.
Yes, I can hear
.
5. Rey is jumping.
Linda is watching
.
b. Do Activities on pp. 106-107
2. Enrichment Activities
Group I- Underline the object pronoun in each sentence. Box the word before
the
object pronoun and identify it. Write verb on
preposition.
Example:
The angel visited me.
Verb
Group II- The direction is like with that of Group I.
Example:
The bed is beside it.
Ruben is between them.

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Group III- Substitute an object pronoun for the word before each sentence
and
write in the blank.
Example:
(boys)
a. We asked
to help us.
(problem) b. My sister solved
easily.
(cake)
c. Mother bakes
with expertise.
Group IV- Substitute an object pronoun for the word before each sentence
and
write in the blank.
(students) a. The principal awarded
.
(grandson) b. Grandmother welcomed
.
(people)
c. The priest told
to be good always.
(cherry)
d. She decorated their juice with
.
IV. Evaluation
Use the correct object pronoun for each of the underlined nouns.
1. Mina bought a gold fish at the pet shop.
Mina bought a
at the pet shop.
2. The teacher invited her pupils.
The teacher invited her
.
3. These books are for the twins.
These books are for the

4. The children will go with Miss Moran.


The children will go with
.
5. This trophy is for me and my classmates.
This trophy is for
.
V. Assignment
Supply the blank with the correct object pronoun.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

I wrote a theme about my grandmother and


.
He is teaching
beginners, the art of paper folding.
Do you remember Chari and
?
Tell
that milk is good for the body.
Will you share with
the prize youve won.

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READING
I. Objective
Sequence the major events/ ideas in a selection.
II. Subject Matter
A. Sequencing the Major Events/ Ideas in a Selection
B. References
PELC Reading 6.6.1 p. 23
English For You & Me (Reading)
C. Materials
Recipe, chart
D. Value Focus
Neatness and Cleanliness
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling (Retest)
1. ambitious
6. criticize
2. politician
7. discontented
3. popular
8. demonstrate
4. complained
9. government
5. declared
10. opportunities
2. Drill
Identify the sentence that contains the main idea of each paragraph.
1. Blind people can read. They close their eyes. Then they run their fingers
along the
raised dots on paper. The dots tell words. They
tell numbers. They tell stories too.
2. Open a faucet and out comes water. You can drink it. You can use it for
cooling and
bathing. You can use it for washing. Water
is useful indeed.
3. The sun keeps the Earth bright and lively. It gives warmth to all living
things. It
provides the rain that all creatures in Earth
need. Indeed the sun does many things
for the Earth.
3. Review
Substitute an object pronoun for the word
(boys)
a. We asked
(problem) b. My sister solved
(daughter) c. Grandmother welcomed
(students) d. The principal awarded
(cake)
e. Mother bakes

in each sentence.
to help us.
easily.
.
.
with expertise.

4. Motivation
What do you usually buy in a bakery? Do you like brownies? How does it
taste?

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5. Motive Question
What are the ingredients in baking brownies?
6. Unlocking of Difficulties
Match the word that gives the meaning to the word on the left.
1. to coat or lubricate with oil
a. dish
2. to put through a screen
b. mixture
3. to distribute evenly over a surface
c. sift
4. something made by mixing
d. grease
5. bowl for friend
e. spread
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Read the recipe A Recipe for Brownies
2. Discussion and Analysis
1. Answering the motive question.
2. Comprehension Check Up
a. What is the first step in baking?
b. When is the flour added to the mixture?
c. How would you know if the brownies are finished baking?
d. When is the cake cut into serving size?
e. How long should the baking be done?
3. Values Integration
a. Why do you think mother strictly followed the procedure in baking?
b. If you were mother, would you also use an apron and cooking gloves in
baking?
Why?
4. Skill Development
Arrange the steps for baking brownies in the correct order. Number them
from 1-7.
a. Melt chocolate and butter in a mixing bowl over a pan of hot water.
b. Turn over to 350 degrees and grease the pan.
c. Cool brownies and cut into squares.
d. Spread mixture in a baking dish.
e. Beat in 1 cup sugar and 2 eggs.
f. Stir in flour, baking powder and salt.
g. Bake for 30-35 minutes.
5. Generalization
How are sequencing of events done?
Sequencing of events is done by arranging the events/ happenings in their
true/
correct order.
C. Post Activity
1. Application
Do Activities in pp. 107-108 Reading Text
2. Enrichment Activity
Read and understand the selection carefully. Arrange the events listed below
in
their order by writing nos. 1-5.

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Mother took us to Bicol last summer. She took us to see many beautiful
spots.
I saw Mt. Mayon Rest House way up to the volcano.
We visited the ruins of the old
church buried at its
foot. I saw shrimps and crabs from the boiling water of Twin
Hot Springs. I didnt wonder why mother is so proud of her home
province.
a. We went to the Mayon Rest House way up in the volcano.
b. We visited the ruins of the old church.
c. I saw Mt. Mayon for the first time.
d. Mother took us to Bicol last summer.
e. Mother is proud of her home province.
IV. Evaluation
Read the paragraph below. Arrange the following sentences as they occur in
the story. Number
them from 1 to 5.
The Red Sweater
Lourdes opened her piggy bank. She counted her money carefully and went
straight
to a down store. She looked with longing at the bright new
sweater on display at the stove
window. She wanted to
inquire about the price but when she was about to go in, she
stopped and hesitated. She looked at the sweater with regret and
returned the money back
in her pocket.
a. She looked with longing at the bright new sweater on the display window.
b. She counted her money carefully and went straight to a downtown store.
c. Lourdes opened her piggy bank.
d. She looked at the red sweater with regret and returned the money in her
pocket.
e. She wanted to inquire about the price but she stopped and hesitated.
V. Assignment
Answer the exercises on p. 109. Write them in your notebook.

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WRITING
I. Objective
Write letters observing the correct format. letter of thanks
II. Subject Matter
A. Writing Letters Letter of Thanks
B. Reference
PELC Writing 7 p. 23
C. Materials
Model of Thank You Letter, chart
D. Value Focus
Gratefulness
III. Learning Activities
A. Preliminary Activities
1. Spelling
Supervised Study
2. Drill
Rewrite these words to form the correct sentence.
1. said Ugly Duckling Im very unhappy.
2. China. Li Po from a famous poet was
3. red scarf, May I your burn Lanie?
4. They a furniture shop opened called Art House.
5. Grace herself her wound bandages and for called ambulance.
3. Review
Name the parts of a letter.

Heading
Salutation/ Greeting
Body of the Letter
Complimentary Ending
Signature

What is written in the heading? greeting? body? complimentary ending?


What should you observe when writing a letter? margin, capital letters,
punctuation marks etc.
4. Motivation
If you received a favor or a gift from a distant friend, what do you do to
express
your thanks or gratitude to him or her? (by writing
a letter)

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What kind of letter do you write?


B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation
Present a sample
Thank You Letter

2143 Maligaya Street


Pulung Maragul
Angeles City
February 19, 2007
Dear Loi,
Its really nice to receive an umbrella from you as my birthday gift. I will
surely use it.
Thank you so much.
Your best friend,
Emy
2. Discussion and Analysis
Where and when was the letter written?
To whom was the letter sent?
Read the body of the letter.
What gift did Emy receive?
What kind of friend was Loi?
Are you like Loi?
When somebody gives you something, what do you say?
Go over the model of a thank you letter.
What can you say about the format of a thank you
letter?
Where do we write the heading? How many lines
does it have?
How about the salutation or greeting?
How is the body of the letter written?
After the body, what is the next part? How is it
written?
What will be the last part? Where is it written? Do
you write the full name? (only the first name or
nickname)
3. Generalization
What are the parts of a letter? How many parts does thank you letter have?
What
are they?
C. Post Activity
1. Application

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a. Below are the different parts of a thank you letter. Copy each part
carefully.
(see chart)
b. Rewrite this letter correctly.
47-6 dina ambrocia avenue
don bonifacio subdivision
pulung maragul, angeles city
march 19, 2007
dear allan joyce
i received the nice blouse and pants you sent thru my best friend josie.
It fits me well and I like them so much.
thank you so much god bless.
your best friend,
aileen

2. Enrichment Activity
Write your own thank you letter. Observe the correct format and follow all
the
mechanics in writing.
IV. Evaluation
Your friend gave you a nice toy on your birthday. Write a letter to your friend
to express your thanks.
V. Assignment
Your mother bought a nice school bag for you. Write a thank you letter on a
piece of paper.

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I. Assess pupils mastery in the following skills taught for the week.
1. Note details in selection listened to.
2. Use object pronouns.
3. Find descriptive words/ action words in the selection read.
4. Sequence major events/ ideas in the selection.
5. Write letters observing the correct format letter of thanks.
II. Weekly Test
III. Procedure
A. Preparation
B. Presentation
1. Giving of Directions
2. Answering the Test Items
3. Supervision
4. Checking of the Test Papers
C. Recording of the Results

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