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SANTIAGO TRILLANA ACADEMY

Mabini St. San Sebastian, Hagonoy, Bulacan
Tel. No. 931-1460
SEC Registration No. CS200706588

SYLLABUS:
ENGLISH & ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 7
S.Y. 2015-2016
Grammar & Composition, Phil. Literature
Course Description:
This course is the first of a four-series program designed to develop and enhance the
communication ability in English of high school students. This covers the basics of English, the
parts of speech and their effective use in sentences towards fluency, appropriacy, acceptability
and accuracy of both oral and written communication.
Grade & Section: 7-Piety
Learning Objectives:
PROGRAM
STANDARD

FIRST
QUARTER

SECOND
QUARTER

GRADE
LEVEL
STANDARD
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
competence
competence
through his/ her through his/ her
understanding of understanding of
literature and
Philippine
other texts types Literature and
for a deeper
other texts types
appreciation of
for a deeper
Philippine
appreciation of
Culture and
Philippine
those of other
Culture.
countries.

The learner
demonstrates
communicative
competence
through his/ her

The learner
demonstrates
communicative
competence
through his/ her

CONTENT
STANDARD

PERFORMANC
E STANDARD

The learner
demonstrates
understanding
of: pre-colonial
Philippine
literature as a
means of
connecting to
the past; various
reading styles;
ways of
determining
word meaning;
the sounds of
English and the
prosodic
features of
speech; and
correct subjectverb agreement.

The learner
transfers learning
by: showing
appreciation for
the literature of
the past;
comprehending
texts using
appropriate
reading styles;
participating in
conversations
using appropriate
contextdependent
expressions;
producing English
sounds correctly
and using the
prosodic features
of speech
effectively in
various situations;
and observing
correct subjectverb agreement.
The learner
transfers learning
by: resolving
conflicts
presented in

The learner
demonstrates
understanding
of: Philippine
literature during

understanding of
literature and
other texts types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture and
those of other
countries.

THIRD
QUARTER

understanding of
Philippine
Literature and
other texts types
for a deeper
appreciation of
Philippine
Culture.

the Period of
Apprenticeship
as a means of
examining
conflicts;
various
purposeful
listening and
viewing
strategies;
difference
between literal
and figurative
language; ways
to extract and
condense
information
based on library
sources; verbal
and non-verbal
cues in oral
communication;
and types of
phrases, clauses,
and sentences.
The learner
The learner
The learner
demonstrates
demonstrates
demonstrates
communicative
communicative
understanding
competence
competence
of: Philippine
through his/ her through his/ her literature in the
understanding of understanding of Period of
literature and
Philippine
Emergence as a
other texts types Literature and
tool to assert
for a deeper
other texts types one’s identity;
appreciation of
for a deeper
strategies in
Philippine
appreciation of
listening to and
Culture and
Philippine
viewing of
those of other
Culture.
informative and
countries.
short narrative
texts; word
relationships and
associations;
informative
speech forms;
and use of
direct/reported
speech, passive/
active voice,
simple past and
past perfect
tenses, and
sentence
connectors.

literary selections;
using tools and
mechanisms in
locating library
resources;
extracting
information and
noting details
from texts to
write a précis,
summary, or
paraphrase;
distinguishing
between and
using literal and
figurative
language and
verbal and nonverbal cues; use
phrases, clauses,
and sentences
meaningfully and
appropriately.

The learner
transfers learning
by: showing ways
of asserting one’s
identity;
comprehending
informative and
short narrative
texts using
schema and
appropriate
listening and
viewing
strategies;
expressing ideas,
opinions, and
feelings through
various formats;
and enriching
written and
spoken
communication
using
direct/reported
speech,
active/passive
voice, simple past
and past perfect

Required Texts: Lapid. and whquestions. Inc. 2015 Grading System: Written Works Performance Tasks Quarterly Assessments 30% 50% 20% Contents: Unit 1: Philippine Oral Lore Lesson 1: Electing Class Officers  Studying Effectively  Speaking Good English  Reading Techniques: Scanning. using appropriate strategies to comprehend extended text types. and Close Reading  Using the Library  Identifying the Genres of Viewing Lesson 2: The Cycle of the Sun and the Moon . and appropriate and polite oral language. tenses and connectors correctly and appropriately. appropriate and polite oral language. The learner demonstrates understanding of: contemporary Philippine literature as a means of responding to the demands of the global village. Milagros G. stance. The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of Philippine Literature and other texts types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture.FOURTH QUARTER The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of literature and other texts types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries. The learner transfers learning by: explaining the need to be cooperative and responsible in today’s global village. prepositions. Skimming. various extended text types. and behavior.. using lexical and contextual clues to understand unfamiliar words and expressions. Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House. stance and behavior in various informationsharing formats. Serrano. English Communication Arts and Skills through Philippine Literature. prepositions. and Josephine B. verbs. and use of imperatives. using imperatives. lexical and contextual cues.

and S-TV-O-OC Patterns Lesson 6: Paruparong Bukid  Appreciating Local Color. S-TV-IO-O. Figurative Language. and Theme  Recognizing Sentences in the S-IV and S-TV-O Patterns  Recognizing Sentences in the S-LV-C. Characterization. and /Əz/ Endings of Plural Nouns  Editing Written Work for Content and Mechanics . and Sensory Images in Riddles and Proverbs  Noting the Characteristics of Folk Narratives  Understanding Figures of Speech  Pronouncing Words with the Correct Syllable Stress  Recognizing a Sentence Lesson 3: The Prowess of Aliguyon  Understanding and Appreciating the Filipino Regional Epic  Determining the Conflict and Its Resolution in a Story  Identifying and Using Verbs  Observing Rules in Subject-Verb Agreement  Changing Fragments to Sentences  Identifying Kinds of Sentences Lesson 4: The Good Prince Bantugan  Gathering Information through an Interview  Singling Out Events that Form the Plot of the Filipino Epic  Identifying Techniques of Character Portrayal  Writing a Comparison and Contrast Essay  Reading with Correct Sentence Stress Lesson 5: The Monkey and the Turtle  Listening to Appreciate the Plot. and the Inverted Sentence Pattern  Observing the Terminal Rising and Falling Intonation  Recognizing the Request Sentence Pattern and Patterns Connecting Short Statements Unit 2: Inspirations from the Past Lesson 1: Voyage to a New Land  Employing Appropriate Reading Strategies to Make Sense of the Text  Understanding Theme-Related Words  Using Nouns and Noun Signals Correctly Lesson 2: Princess Urduja  Identifying the Common Purposes for Writing  Recognizing Paragraphs  Using Sensory Images in Literary Forms  Producing Critical Vowel Sounds /ȯ/ and /ō/  Noting Cause and Effect Relationships  Understanding Count Nouns and Mass Nouns Lesson 3: Lapu-Lapu. and Sensory Images in Songs  Perceiving the Tone in a Song  Recognizing the Simple Question Sentence Pattern. Figurative Language. /z/. the Sentence Pattern with It. Appreciating Local Color. the Victor of Mactan  Avoiding/Evading Possible Misinterpretations  Developing a Better Understanding of the Human Condition through Literature  Formulating Answers to Yes-No Questions  Pronouncing /s/.

/z/. Identifying and using Indefinite Pronouns Lesson 4: Who was the Rajah’s Son?  Understanding and Appreciating Fiction  Identifying each Element of Fiction through the Story Grammar Technique  Looking for Implications (Inference)  Pronouncing Words with Hard and Soft G and C  Extracting Information and Noting Details  Agreeing or Disagreeing with Assertions Made in a Radio Broadcast Lesson 5: 1896  Using Graphic and Nonlinear Text to Better Understand what will be Read  Noting Sensory Details and Mood  Identifying and Using Interrogative Pronouns  Distinguishing Between the Sounds /s/ and /sh/  Writing Letters Unit 3: Building a Nation Lesson 1: I am a Filipino  Using In-Depth Reading to Suit the Text  Appreciating our Identity and Heritage  Connecting with Previous Reading and Noting References to Past Selections to Better Understand the Text  Using Transition Words for Cause and Effect  Using Context Clues to Determine the Meaning of a Word  Reacting to a Program Viewed  Paraphrasing a Passage Lesson 2: Filipinas  Understanding and using Verbals Correctly  Understanding Symbols  Identifying the Three Kinds of Verbs  Noting Steps in a Process  Writing a “How to Process Paper” Lesson 3: The Thomasites to a New Land  Ensuring a Healthy TV-Viewing Behavior  Identifying Verb Tenses  Identifying the Voices of Verbs Lesson 4: The Law of Choice  Appreciating Literature Better  Understanding the Past Tense  Understanding the Future Tense Lesson 5: Quiet Revolution of a Typical Purok  Using Prepositions to Express Relatonships  Understanding Multiple Meanings of Words  Producing the sounds /ä/ and /a/ Lesson 6: The Sulus  Arranging Words in Clines and Clusters  Using the Suspended Intonation Pattern  Producing the Ending Sounds /s/. and /iz/  Using Maps and Globes  Expanding Vocabulary by Forming Compound Words  Separating Facts from Opinions  Identifying and Using Adjectives Unit 4: Ideas and Ideals Lesson 1: In Unity .

Ma. Elena C. Following a Series of Directions while Viewing  Literary Appreciation Skills: Drama  Identifying and Using Adverbs Lesson 2: My Brother’s Peculiar Chicken  Literary Appreciation Skills: The Short Story  Finding Humor in Literature  Reading Words with Silent Letters  Using Modals to Show Possibility and Probability Lesson 3: The Witch  Using the Reading Strategy “The Story String”  Identifying Phrasal Verbs Lesson 4: Courage  Using the Reading Strategy “Listing in Order of Importance”  Revising Paragraphs Lesson 5: Song  Enjoying Poetry  Identifying Rhyming Words  Reading Poems Orally  Reading a Free Verse Poem Lesson 6: What is Youth?  Literary Appreciation Skills: The Essay  Understanding and Writing a Biography  Understanding Simple Creative Writing Prepared By: Ms. Umali English Teacher .

The preparatory lessons are a number of essays motivating the students to realize the meaning and importance of studying and coping with crises in life. Delivery. Voice. transformation. appreciation of including Philippine Philippine CONTENT STANDARD The learner demonstrates understanding of how AngloAmerican literature and other text types serve as means of enhancing the self. reporting on. appropriacy. . CS200706588 SYLLABUS: ENGLISH & ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 9 S. 931-1460 SEC Registration No. Learning and acquiring of accuracy are about sentence expansion. covering oral reading of. No.Y. Grade & Section: 9-Humility Learning Objectives: PROGRAM STANDARD FIRST QUARTER GRADE LEVEL STANDARD The learner The learner demonstrates demonstrates communicative communicative competence competence through his/ her through his/her understanding of understanding of literature and Britishother texts types American for a deeper Literature. acceptability and accuracy in English communication. Hagonoy. and discussing selected poems and stories. short stories and dramas for its literal and symbolic meanings that can be of good lessons in life. Afro-Asian Literature Course Description: This presents lessons preparatory to the students learning tasks like those on learning and acquiring fluency. San Sebastian. also how to use processing. The lessons on the learning and acquiring of fluency are centered on poetry. reporting and writing. 2015-2016 Grammar & Composition. PERFORMANC E STANDARD The learner actively participates in a speech choir through using effective verbal and non-verbal strategies based on the following criteria: Focus.SANTIAGO TRILLANA ACADEMY Mabini St. Also included are preparatory lessons on appreciating and understanding poems. Bulacan Tel.

appropriate word order. summarizing information. word derivation and formation strategies.SECOND QUARTER THIRD QUARTER Culture and those of other countries. The learner demonstrates understanding of how AngloAmerican literature and other text types serve as means of valuing other people. Voice. Style and Body Movements or Gestures. The learner The learner The learner demonstrates demonstrates demonstrates communicative communicative understanding competence competence of how Anglothrough his/ her through his/her American understanding of understanding of literature and literature and Britishother text types other texts types American serve as means for a deeper Literature. Delivery. Facial Expressions. Delivery. The learner skillfully performs in oneact play through utilizing effective verbal and nonverbal strategies and ICT resources based on the following criteria: Focus. including Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries. The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of literature and other texts types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries. Body Movements/ Gestures and Audience Contact. . The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understanding of BritishAmerican Literature. Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries. of connecting to appreciation of including the world. also Philippine Philippine how to use ways Culture and Literature and of analyzing those of other other text types one-act play and countries. Voice. The learner proficiently plays an active part in a Chamber Theatre presentation through employing effective verbal and non. different forms of adverbs and conditionals for him/her to play an active part in a Chamber Theatre presentation. also how to use processing information strategies.verbal strategies based on the following criteria: Focus. for a deeper different forms appreciation of of verbals for Facial Expressions. and Dramatic Conventions. assessing. punctuation marks and interjections to enable him/her to participate actively in a speech choir.

The learner demonstrates understanding of how AngloAmerican literature and other text types serve as means of preserving unchanging values in a changing world. 2014 Grading System: Written Works Performance Tasks Quarterly Assessments 30% 50% 20% Contents: Unit 1: English Literature – From Its Beginnings to the Renaissance Lesson 1: The Beginnings of English Literature: The Old English Period  Choosing Words that Evoke Sounds and Pictures  Evaluating A Song Adaptation of an Epic  Producing the Sound /ā/ Correctly  Constructing Good Sentences  Visualizing Poetic Imagery  Interpreting and Using Idioms  Recognizing Words with Silent Letters and Unpredictable Spellings . The learner competently performs in a fulllength play through applying effective verbal and non-verbal strategies and ICT resources based on the following criteria: Focus. also how to use the features of a full-length play. for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries. Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House. Delivery and Dramatic Conventions. English Communication Arts and Skills through Anglo-American and Filipino Literature.FOURTH QUARTER Philippine Culture and those of other countries. Voice. and Josephine B. him/her to skillfully perform in a one-act play. appreciation of including Philippine Philippine Culture and Literature and those of other other text types countries. Inc. modals. Serrano.. Milagros G. active and passive constructions plus direct and indirect speech to enable him/her competently performs in a full-length play. The learner The learner demonstrates demonstrates communicative communicative competence competence through his/ her through his/her understanding of understanding of literature and Britishother texts types American for a deeper Literature. tense consistency. Required Texts: Lapid.

Blow.   Avoiding Sentence Fragments in Writing Producing the Sound /a/ Correctly Distinguishing between Sentences and Fragments Selections:  The Story of Beowulf  The Ruined City  The History of Caedmon Lesson 2: The Middle English Period  Distinguishing between Similar Words and Phrases  Recognizing Characteristics of Ballads  Appreciating a Ballad Set to Music  Identifying the Author’s Purpose for a Piece of Writing  Writing a Simple Ballad  Reading with Emphasis  Producing the Sound /th/  Reading Words with Consonant Clusters Selections:  Lord Randal  Bonny Barbara Allan  Get up and Bar the Door  The Death of Arthur  The Prologue  The Knight  The Pardoner’s Tale Lesson 3: The Renaissance in England (1450-1650)  Interpreting and Using Idioms  Observing Agreement between Subject and Verb  Avoiding the Run-on Sentences  Constructing Compound Subjects and Compound Predicates  Articulating the Vowel Sound /ō/  Using Word and Phrase Modifiers  Distinguishing between the Sounds /ä/ and /Ə/ Selections:  Who is Sylvia?  Blow. Thou Winter Wind  Romeo and Juliet  Hamlet  Merchant of Venice  Sonnet XVIII  Sonnet XXIX  Sonnet CXVI Lesson 4: Other Works from the Renaissance Period  Identifying with a Character  Using Clause Modifiers  Using Coordinating Conjunctions  Interpreting and Using Idioms  Reading with Correct Stress  Using Parallelism  Producing the Sound /a/ Correctly  Observing Agreement of Pronoun with Antecedent Selections: .

and Suffixes  Producing the Sound /th/ correctly  Writing Related Paragraphs  Determining How Paragraphs are Related  Recognizing the Long Vowel Sounds  Identifying and Formulating Topic Sentences Selections:  On His Blindness  On His Having Arrived at the Age of Twenty-Three  The Universal Prayer  The Visions of Mirzah  Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard  The Lamb  The Tiger Lesson 2: English Stream: The Romantic Period  Contrasting the Sounds /p/ and /f/  Using the Correct Form of the Verb  Evaluating Video Interpretations of a Poem  Identifying the sound /ē/  Writing an Advertisement  Pronouncing the Consonant Cluster /sts/  Choosing a Subject for a Composition Selections:  A Red. Song to Celia  Rosalind’s Madrigal  Cherry-Ripe  Virtue  Art Thou Poor  Of Studies Unit 2: Two Streams – English and American Literature Lesson 1: English Stream: The Neo-Classical Period  Differentiating Between Similar Words  Producing the Unstressed Vowel Sound with /r/  Mastering Roots. Prefixes. Sweet Afton  Lochinvar  I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud  She was a Phantom of delight  The Indian Serenade  To a Skylark  She Walks in Beauty  The Destruction of Sennacherib  Ode on a Grecian Urn Lesson 3: English Stream: The Victorian Period  Limiting the Subject of a Composition  Mastering the Sound /th/  Comparing Moods Evoked by a Poem and a Musical Piece  Organizing an outline  Choosing an interesting introduction to a composition  Recognizing symbolism  Reading words with correct stress . Red Rose  Flow Gently.

 Writing a conclusion to a composition Selections:  In Memoriam  Crossing the Bar  Prospice  The Forsaken Merman  Sonnets from the Portuguese  Song  Remember  Say Not the Struggle Nought Availeth  Invictus Lesson 4: The American Stream: Rationalism and Romanticism  Using antonyms  Writing a narrative  Using sensory details in narration  Choosing the point of view in a narrative  Developing a simple incident narrative  Pronouncing the consonant cluster /sks/  Writing an autobiographical incident  Summarizing a narrative from a video  Mastering the schwa sound  Evaluating a song retelling of a narrative  Distinguishing between the sounds /a/ and /Ə/  Writing an autobiography Selections:  Benjamin Franklin – A Biography  The Whistle  To a Waterfowl  Thanatopsis  The Last Leaf  David Swan  Annabel Lee  The Cask of Amontillado Lesson 5: The American Stream: Transcendentalism and the New Poetry  Pronouncing the consonant cluster /sts/  Writing diary entries  Using homonyms  Understanding and writing anecdotes  Analyzing and writing narrative sketches  Reviewing the vowel sound /ā/  Writing stories  Pronouncing the vowel /i/ Selections:  A Fable  Self-Reliance  The Battle of the Ants  The Rainy Day  O Captain! My Captain!  Poems  Columbus  Little Boy Blue .

 The Man with the Hoe  Bedouin Song  Opportunity Unit 3: Contemporary English and American Literature Lesson 1: Early 20th Century English Literature  Producing the final sounds of –d and –ed  Punctuating conversations  Mastering pilot development  Analyzing and writing stories  Reading using tone color  Evaluating tone color in a poetry reading  Using infinitives and infinitive phrases  Recognizing synonyms and antonyms  Using participles and gerunds Selections:  The Trout  The Doll’s House  Ambition  When I was One-and-Twenty  Loveliest of Trees  God’s Gift  The Highwayman Lesson 2: Other Works from Early 20th Century English Literature  Using characterization in a Story  Analyzing Expository paragraphs  Pronouncing the sound /f/  Constructing definitions  Distinguishing between the sounds /th/ and /th/  Making a summary  Reading sentences with correct intonation  Writing a character sketch Selections:  When You Are Old  The Lake Isle of Innisfree  Cargoes  Sea-Fever  The World State  The Donkey  The Soldier  Dreamers  The Unknown Citizen  All but Blind  The Listeners  Quality Lesson 3: Early 20th Century American Literature  Using the present perfect and the present perfect progressive tenses  Reading with correct stress  Using the past perfect tense  Pronouncing contracted forms  Using the future perfect tense  Writing and classifying descriptions .

 Distinguishing between informative and artistic texts Selections:  Locomotive  The Gift of the Magi  The Hack Driver  Trees  Roofs  Richard Cory  Calvary Lesson 4: Other Works from the Early 20th Century American Literature  Listening to a Symphony  Giving a Dominant Impression in a Description  Understanding diction in a description  Learning play-related vocabulary  Understanding the one-act play  Writing a lay synopsis  Evaluating a play synopsis Selections:  On Hearing a Symphony of Beethoven  God’s World  Patterns  Fog  Chicago  Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening  The Beggar and the King Unit 4: Contemporary Philippine Literature in English Lesson 1: Period of Self-Discovery and Growth  Writing a Play Review  Using verbs in the Active and Passive Voices  Using rising intonation for yes-no questions  Observing appropriate Public Behavior Selections:  Home is where…  Paganly  Youth Speaks  Values Lesson 2: The Post-War Period  Understanding argumentation and its forms  Reading with correct phrasing and intonation  Creating an illusion of reality  Identifying the purpose of argumentation  Using the devices of scientific exposition Selections:  We Filipinos are Mild Drinkers  Patricia of the Green Hills  How Radar Works  The Trap  The Eye of a Needle Lesson 3: Other Works from the Post War Period  Recognizing and Identifying Faulty Reasoning  Evaluating the use of reasoning in advocacy advertisements .

2015-2016 World Literature. 931-1460 SEC Registration No. Preparing to learn prepares the student for his study tasks by giving lessons on the use of punctuations. No. on outlining. on the mechanics of writing. Towards appropriacy and acceptability is geared towards oral and written argumentation. Bulacan Tel. 3.Y. Umali English Teacher SANTIAGO TRILLANA ACADEMY Mabini St. Towards Accuracy gives lessons on effective expository writing.       Understanding the kinds of evidences used in an argument Using modal auxiliaries in arguments Distinguishing direct speech from indirect speech Selections: Carabao: Impressionistic Sawali Weaver The Fisherman Parable Prepared By: Ms. Elena C. and on preparing a research paper. 2. San Sebastian. Grammar & Speech Course Description: 1. Grade & Section: 10-Faith Learning Objectives: . Hagonoy. CS200706588 SYLLABUS: ENGLISH & ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 10 S. Ma.

and viewing. Philippine strategies in Literature. groups. CONTENT STANDARD The learner demonstrates understanding of how world literature and other text types serve as ways of expressing and resolving personal conflicts.PROGRAM STANDARD FIRST QUARTER SECOND QUARTER GRADE LEVEL STANDARD The learner The learner demonstrates demonstrates communicative communicative competence competence through his/ her through his/ her understanding of understanding of literature and literature and other texts types other text types for a deeper for a deeper appreciation of appreciation of Philippine World Culture and Literature. emphasis markers in persuasive texts. also how to use strategies in linking textual information. critical reading. listening. The learner The learner The learner demonstrates demonstrates demonstrates communicative communicative understanding of competence competence how world through his/ her through his/ her literatures and understanding of understanding of other text types literature and literature and serve as vehicles other texts types other text types of expressing for a deeper for a deeper and resolving appreciation of appreciation of conflicts among Philippine World individuals or Culture and Literature. . enhancing communication public speaking. also those of other including how to use countries. repairing. and affirmation and negation markers to deliver impromptu and extemporaneous PERFORMANC E STANDARD The learner composes a short but powerful persuasive text using a variety of persuasive techniques and devices. Philippine Literature. The learner proficiently delivers an argumentative speech emphasizing how to resolve conflicts among individuals or groups. different forms of modals. reflexive and intensive pronouns. those of other including countries.

Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House. 2015 Grading System: Written Works Performance Tasks Quarterly Assessments Contents: 30% 50% 20% . English Communication Arts and Skills through World Literature. The learner competently presents a research report on a relevant sociocultural issue. countries. Serrano. and Josephine B. listening and viewing strategies. pronouns and structures of modification. Milagros G. The learner skillfully delivers a speech for a special occasion through utilizing effective verbal and non-verbal strategies and ICT resources. also how Literature. campaigns and advocacies. The learner The learner The learner demonstrates demonstrates demonstrates communicative communicative understanding of competence competence how world through his/ her through his/ her literature and understanding of understanding of other text types literature and Philippine serve as other texts types Literature and instruments to for a deeper other texts types resolve social appreciation of for a deeper conflicts. Required Texts: Lapid. The learner The learner The learner demonstrates demonstrates demonstrates communicative communicative understanding of competence competence how world through his/ her through his/ her literature and understanding of understanding of other text types literature and literature and serve as sources other texts types other text types of wisdom in for a deeper for a deeper expressing and appreciation of appreciation of resolving Philippine World conflicts among Culture and Literature.THIRD QUARTER FOURTH QUARTER speeches. research. special speeches for occasion. those of other including groups and countries. to use evaluative reading. also Philippine appreciation of how to use the Culture and Philippine language of those of other Culture. individuals. Inc. Philippine nature..

Unit 1: The Greco-Roman Legacy Lesson 1: Greek Epics  Completing an Anticipation-Reaction Guide  Listening and Reading Effectively  Noting Routines when Listening or Reading  Listening for Specific Details  Evaluating Video Presentations  Getting Meaning through Context Clues  Predicting Character’s Speech and Actions  Appreciating and Responding to a Scene from a Film Adaptation of an Epic  Varying Sentence Lengths  Writing a Laboratory Report  Knowing Roots to deduce Meanings of Words Selections:  Introduction  Greece  Homer  Helen of Troy  The Iliad: A Summary  Farewell between Hector and Andromache  Priam Ransoms the Body of Hector  The Odyssey: A Summary  Odysseus and Polyphemus Lesson 2: Greek Drama and Lyric Poetry  Working on an Information Map  Recognizing Persuasive Texts  Agreeing or Disagreeing  Understanding Functions of Statements  Using Modal Auxiliaries  Using Expressions that Emphasize  Understanding Poetic Features  Reading and thinking Critically  Completing an Information Map  Using Prefixes  Understanding Coordinate and Subordinate Clauses  Reading a Speech Aloud  Rewriting a Speech  Writing Expressions referring to Great Greeks and their Contributions Selections:  Greek Drama  Major Dramatists of the Athenian Age  Agamemnon: A Summary  Agamemnon: Prologue  Oedipus Rex: A Summary  Oedipus Rex: An Excerpt  Greek Lyric Poetry  Hymn to Venus  A Girl in Love  One Girl  Old Age  The Wiser Part .

 Nature’s Gifts  History of the Peloponnesian War  Pericles Praises Athens Lesson 3: Early Roman Literature  Identifying Characters  Differentiating Nuances in Meaning  Performing an Oral Interpretative Reading  Identifying Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns  Writing an Alternative Ending  Recognizing Cause and Effect Relationships  Understanding Homophones  Distinguishing Generalizations from Specific Statements  Reading Between the Lines  Using Gerunds and Participles  Identifying Relationship among Ideas  Matching Topics with Stanzas  Mastering Archaic Meanings  Distinguishing Between Formal and Informal Definitions  Appreciating and Enjoying the Sense and Melody of Poetic Passages on Love  Understanding Different Types of Reading  Recognizing Classical Roots  Creating a Cluster Map Selections:  Major Writers of Rome  Aeneid: A Summary  The Stratagem of the Wooden Horse and the Fall of Troy  To Licinius  From Bad to Worse  Playing Safe  What Difference  A Hinted Wish  Procrastination  The Enchiridion  St. Paul’s Letter to the Corinthians  Greek and Roman Influence Unit 2: The Early European Literature Lesson 1: The German Epic  Comparing a Movie Adaptation to the Original Epic  Understanding the Opera  Recalling Past Readings with Similarities to the Present Selection  Discriminating between Positive and Negative Values  Learning Expressions that Affirm or Negate  Employing Critical Reading  Delivering a Speech  Identifying Technical and Operational Definitions Selections:  Introduction  The Nibelungenlied: A Summary  The Death of Siegfried Lesson 2: The French Epic  Researching about a Historical Person .

and Biases  Evaluating a Video Summary of an Epic  Learning French Words  Using Discourse Markers to Signal Functions of Statements  Identifying Cause and Effect Relationship  Detecting Propaganda Selections:  The Song of Roland: A Summary  The Death of Roland Lesson 3: The European Renaissance  Participating in a Panel Discussion  Acknowledging Sources  Giving a Speech  Understanding Argumentation and Debate  Learning about Advertising  Understanding Parliamentary Procedure  Participating in a Group Discussion Selections:  The Age of Renaissance  Don Quixote Unit 3: Getting into the Short Story Lesson 1: Stories and Storytelling  Understanding the Short Story. the Poetic Prose  Identifying the Elements of a Short Story  Predicting a Storyline from a Video Excerpt  Extracting the Author’s Purpose  Writing Dialogues  Understanding Structures of Modification  Understanding Illustrations and Graphs  Noting Sensory Details  Understanding and Using Similes  Understanding Pictures Selections:  Introduction  Our Lady’s Juggler  The Lottery Ticket  Adios. Literature and Reader Response. Cordera!  My Donkey and I Lesson 2: The Elements of a Short Story  Understanding the Elements of a Story  Identifying Errors in Sentences  Writing Expanded Definitions  Using Expressions for Giving Opinions  Identifying Verbal Relationships  Comparing Interpretations  Changing Parts of a Story into a Script  Mastering Indirect Discourse  Understanding and interpreting Various Kinds of Graphs  Perceiving Literary Values . The Nature of a Story. the Story and the Reader. Assessing Audio and Video Materials for Unsupported Generalizations. prejudices. the Purpose of Fiction.

Rhythm in Poetry. Meter in Poetry. Tone Color in a Poem  Identifying the Figures of Speech Selections:  Introduction  Psalm 1  The Life Removed  The Charcoal Burner’s Son  O Lovely Fishermaiden  The Erl-King  More Strong than Time  A Workingman Asks Questions as He Reads  Brazil Lesson 2: The Essay and the Research Paper  Getting into the Essay  Identifying the Kinds of essay  Writing the Essay  Preparing the Research Paper  Preparing an Annotated Bibliography  Distinguishing Facts from Beliefs  Getting Information from Newspapers  Getting Information from the Internet  Evaluating the Accuracy of Given Information  Gathering Data Using Different Kinds of Notes  Preparing an Outline of the Paper  Synthesizing Essential Information and Drawing Conclusions about an Issue  Following Correct Format for the Endnotes and Bibliography Selections:  About Work  Thoughts  The Social Philosophy of Jose Rizal (A Research Paper) Lesson 3: Other Literary Types  Learning About Radio Plays  Getting into the Drama  Getting into the Novel  Understanding the Historical Account  Understanding the Film  Understanding the Book Review  Knowing what to Do when Looking for Work Selections:  Introduction . The Use of Sound in Poetry. Extracting the Theme Selections:  Creole Democracy  The Necklace  The Smith who could not Get into Hell Unit 4: Appreciating Poetry and Other Literary Types Lesson 1: Poetry  Identifying the Elements of Poetry  Visualizing Descriptive Passages  Identifying and Appreciating the Different Kinds of Poetry  Studying Poetry: Sense in a Poem.

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SEC Registration No.Y. Ang pag-unawa sa konsepto ng moralidad ng kilos ay gabay sa pagpili ng moral na pasya at kilos sa gitna ng mga isyung moral at impluwensya ng kapaligiran. Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga konsepto tungkol sa makataong kilos upang makapagpasya nang may preperensya sa kabutihan sa gitna ng mga isyung moral at impluwenysa ng kapaligiran. pagpapasya at pagkilos. (c) Paggawa Tungo sa Pambansang Pag-unlad at Pakikibahagi sa Pandaigdigang Pagkakaisa. Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga konsepto tungkol sa mga pagpapahalagang moral upang makapagpasya at makakilos tungo sa makabuluhan at mabuting BATAYANG KONSEPTO Ang pag-unawa sa kahalagahan ng pagkilos ayon sa pagkatao ng tao ay daan tungo sa pagiging moral na nilalang. kailangang magtaglay siya ng limang pangunahing kakayahan (macro skills): pag-unawa. Grade & Section: 10 . pagsangguni. 2015-2016 Course Description: Ang Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (EsP) ay isa sa mga asignatura ng Pinaunlad na Programa ng Batayang Edukasyon na K to 12 na gagabay at huhubog sa mga kabataan. Upang maipamalas ito. pagninilay. makataong kilos. Nililinang sa apat na tema sa bawat antas mula Kindergarten hanggang Baitang 10 ang mga pangunahing kakayahang ito: (a) Pananagutang Pansarili at Mabuting Kasapi ng Pamilya. . UNANG MARKAHAN: Ang Moral na Pagkatao IKALAWANG MARKAHAN: Ang Makataong Kilos IKATLONG MARKAHAN: Mga Pangunahing Birtud at Pagpapahalagang Moral PAMANTAYANG PANGNILALAMAN Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga konsepto tungkol sa pagkatao ng tao upang makapagpasya at kumilos nang may preperensya sa kabutihan. (b) Pakikipagkapwa-tao.Faith Learning Objectives: Pangkalahatang Pamantayan Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga konsepto tungkol sa pagkatao ng tao. pagpapahalagang moral at mga isyung moral at nagpapasya at kumikilos nang may preperensya sa kabutihan upang maging matatag sa gitna ng mga isyung moral at impluwensya ng kapaligiran. Nangangahulugan ito na lilinangin at pauunlarin ang pagkataong etikal ng bawat mag-aaral. CS200706588 SYLLABUS: ESP 10 S. Tunguhin nito ang paghubog ng kabataang nagpapasya at kumikilos nang mapanagutan tungo sa kabutihang panlahat. Ang pag-unawa sa mga konsepto tungkol sa mga pagpapahalagang moral ay kailangan upang makapagpasya at makakilos nang may preperensya sa kabutihan. at (d) Pananalig at Pagmamahal sa Diyos at Paninindigan sa Kabutihan.

Transformative Values Education Series: Creating Harmony in the Universe. Man! Lesson 7: Spirit Warrior! Lesson 8: The Making of the Person of human Action Lesson 9: The Butterfly Effect Lesson 10: The Product of Interconnectivity Lesson 11: Choosing the Good to be Good Unit 3: Living a Moral Life in a Contemporary Society Lesson 1: God is with the Cosmos. 2015 Grading System: Written Works Performance Tasks Quarterly Assessments 30% 50% 20% Contents: Unit 1: My Self in Harmony with the Universe Lesson 1: The Writers of the Dark Walls Lesson 2: Reading between the Lines Lesson 3: You are the Salt of the Earth! Lesson 4: Sapat is Enough! Lesson 5: The Inner Cop Lesson 6: My Actions Speak of my Being Lesson 7: Last Flight of the Equinox Lesson 8: Of Being and Becoming Lesson 9: Getting to Know My Moral Self Lesson 10: Living a Life that Matters Unit 2: The New Cosmology Lesson 1: Before the World Was. Quezon City: Phoenix Publishing House. Naipamamalas ng mag-aaral ang pag-unawa sa mga isyung moral upang magkaroon ng matatag na paninindigan sa kabutihan sa gitna ng iba’t ibang pananaw sa mga isyung ito at mga impluwensya ng kapaligiran. God is with Me Lesson 2: The Cosmos in Me Lesson 3: Chaos and Harmony Lesson 4: From Call to Violence to Call to Peace . Belen B. Required Texts: De Jesus.IKAAPAT NA MARKAHAN: Ang Aking Posisyon sa mga Isyung Moral pakikipag-ugnayan sa Diyos. I am Lesson 2: Morality in a Globalized World Lesson 3: The Person-Action Experience Lesson 4: What I am and what I can be Lesson 5: Walking the Path to Goodness Lesson 6: Pact.. sa kapwa at sa kapaligiran. Ang pag-unawa sa mga isyung moral ay nakatutulong sa pagbuo ng mapaninindigang pananaw batay sa apat na nauunang mabuting ugali (cardinal virtues) at anim na pangunahing pagpapahalagang moral (core moral values). Ma. Inc.

Umali ESP Teacher . Not Lord Lesson 7: Prostitution: Worldwide Violence Against Human Dignity Lesson 8: The Phenomenon of Street Children: An Aftereffect of Globalized Poverty Lesson 9: Please.Lesson 5: Goodbye War. Hello Peace Lesson 6: Are the OFWs True Heroes/ Heroines of the New Millenium? Lesson 7: Technical Globalization and Communication Lesson 8: Trade Liberalization and Economic Progress Lesson 9: Unlocking the Great Cosmic Code Lesson 10: My Rights and Duties in a Global Village Unit 4: The Youth: Signs of Hope Lesson 1: Moving Beyond the Walls Lesson 2: The Big Game Plan Lesson 3: When the Doves Return Lesson 4: The Value and Meaning of Life Lesson 5: Wanted: Stewards! Lesson 6: Steward. Speak the Truth! Prepared By: Ms. Elena C. respect Me Lesson 10: The Awakening Lesson 11: Stand for the Truth. Ma.