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ENGLISH

LANGUAGE
CURRICULUM

SYLLABUS

GRADE 7

PROGRAM STANDARD
GRADE LEVEL
STANDARD

The learner exhibits open fitness through his/her comprehension of writing and different writings sorts for a more profound
energy about Philippine Culture and those of different nations.

The learner exhibits informative fitness through his/her comprehension of Philippine Writing and different writings sorts for a
more profound energy about Philippine Culture.
The learner shows comprehension of: pre-pioneer Philippine writing as a method for interfacing with the past; different perusing styles; methods
for deciding word meaning; the hints of English and the prosodic elements of discourse; and right subject-verb agreement.

CONTENT STANDARD

The learner exchanges learning by: indicating gratefulness for the writing of the past; appreciating writings utilizing suitable reading styles; taking
an interest in discussions utilizing fitting setting subordinate expressions; creating English sounds accurately and utilizing the prosodic elements of
discourse adequately in different circumstances; and watching right subject-verb understanding.
PERFORMANCE
STANDARD

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

ENG7 RC :
Use the
appropriate

ENG7 LC 1:
Recognize
prosodic

ENG7 V.C 1: Use


structural
analysis

reading style
(scanning,

features: volume,
projection, pitch,
stress,
intonation,
juncture, and

to determine the
meaning of
unfamiliar words
or
expressions from
the material
viewed

skimming, speed
reading, intensive
reading etc.) for
ones purpose
ENG7 S.I 1
Scan for specific
information

LC
Listening
Comprehension

speech rate that


serve as carriers
of
meaning
ENG7 LC 1:
Listen for
important
points signaled
by
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech
ENG7 LC 1:
Note the changes
in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech that
affect meaning

V
Vocabulary
Development

ENG7 VOC DEV


1:
Distinguish
between
slang and
colloquial
expressions in
conversations
ENG7 VOC DEV
1:
Distinguish
features
of colloquial
language (fillers,

LT
Literature

WC
Writing and
Composition

ENG7 LIT 1:

ENG7 WC 1:
Distinguish
Discover literature between
as a means of
connecting to a

oral and written


language use

significant past
ENG7 LIT 1:

ENG 7 WC 1:

Describe the
different literary
genres during the
pre-colonial period

Recognize the
common
purposes
for writing

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

ENG7 OLAF 1:
Observe the
correct
production of
vowel
and consonant
sounds,
diphthongs,
blends, glides, etc.
ENG7 OLAF 1:
Read words
phrases, clauses,
sentences and

contractions, etc.)

ENG7 LIT 1:

paragraphs using

and slang

Identify the

proverbs, myths,

the correct
production of
vowel
and consonant
sounds,
diphthongs,

and legends

blends and glides

distinguishing
features of

G
Grammar
Awareness

ENG7 G.A 1:
Observe correct
subject-verb
agreement

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

ENG7 S.I 2:
Skim for major

LC
Listening
Comprehension

EN7LC 2:
Listen for
important

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

V
Vocabulary
Development

ENG7 VC 2: Use

EN7 VOC DEV 2


Distinguish
structural analysis features

ideas using

points signalled by to determine the


volume,
headings as guide projection,
meaning of
unfamiliar words
pitch, stress,
or
intonation,
expressions from
the material
juncture, and rate viewed

WC
Writing and
Composition

ENG 7 WC 2:
Differentiate
Discover literature literary

ENG 7 G.A 2:
Observe correct

of colloquial

as a means of

writing from

Use appropriate
prosodic features
of

language (fillers,

connecting to a

academic writing

speech like pitch,

agreement

contractions, etc.)
and slang

significant past
ENG7 LIT 2.2:

stress, juncture,
intonation, volume

Explain how the


elements specific
to
a genre contribute

and projection and

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and rate
of speech
ENG7 LC 3:

signs, prohibited
signs, etc.)

subject-verb

rate/speed of
speech in differing
oral
communication

particular literary
selection

situations
ENG 7 OLAF 2:
Observe
the correct pitch
levels (high,
medium, low)
when
reading lines of
poetry, sample
sentences and
paragraphs

ENG7 LIT 3:

ENG 7 OLAF 3

ENG 7 G.A 2.1:

Use appropriate
idiomatic

ENG7 WC 3:
Differentiate
Discover literature literary
as a means of
writing from

Observe
the correct pitch

Observe correct
subject-verb

expressions in a

connecting to a

agreement

variety of basic
interpersonal
communicative
situations

significant past
ENG7 LIT 3:
Express
appreciation for
sensory images

levels (high,
medium, low)
when
reading lines of
poetry, sample
sentences and
paragraphs

affect meaning

ENG7 LC 3:
ENG7 VC 2.1:
Listen for
Read intensively important
Give the meaning
to find answers to points signalled by of given signs and
volume,
specific questions projection,
symbols (road

G
Grammar
Awareness

ENG 7 OLAF 2:

to the theme of a

ENG 7 RC 1.1:

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

ENG 7 LIT 2:

of speech
EN7LC 2:
Note the changes
in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and rate
of speech that

LT
Literature

ENG7 VOC DEV


3:

academic writing

Note the changes


in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and rate
of speech that
affect meaning
ENG7 RC 2:
4

ENG 7 LC 3.1:
ENG7 VC 3:
Listen for
Read intensively important
Identify the genre
to find answers to points signalled by of a material
volume,
specific questions projection,
viewed (such as

used

ENG7 VOC DEV


3.1

ENG 7 LIT 3.1:

Use appropriate
idiomatic

Discover literature Identify basic


Use the
as a means of
features and kinds correct stress

expressions in a

of paragraph

ENG7 WC 3.1:

ENG 7 OLAF 3.1

(primary,

ENG7 G.A 2.2:


Observe correct
subject-verb
agreement

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

LC
Listening
Comprehension

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech
ENG 7 LC 3.2
Note the changes
in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech that
affect meaning
ENG7 RC 3
Use non-linear
visuals as
comprehensive
aids
in content texts
ENG7 SS- 3.1:
Transcode orally
5

and in writing the


information
presented in
diagrams, charts,
table, graphs,
etc.

ENG 7 LC 4
Listen for
important
points signalled
by
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech
ENG 7LC 4.2:
Note the changes
in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech that
affect meaning

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

movie clip,
trailer,
news flash,
internet-based
program,
documentary,
video, etc.)

ENG 7 VC 3.1:
Identify the
genre

V
Vocabulary
Development

LT
Literature

variety of basic
interpersonal

connecting to a
significant past.

communicative
situations

ENG 7 LIT 3.2:


Explain the literary
devices used

ENG7VOCDEV
3.2
Select an

ENG 7 LIT 4:

WC
Writing and
Composition

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

G
Grammar
Awareness

secondary,
tertiary
and weak) when
reading passages

ENG 7WC 4:

of a material

appropriate

Discover literature Identify basic


features and
as a means of
kinds

viewed (such as
movie clip,
trailer,
news flash,

colloquial or

connecting to a

of paragraph

idiomatic word or
expression as a

significant past
ENG 7LIT 4.1

ENG7 WC 4.1
. Recognize

internet-based
program,docume
nt
ary, video, etc.)

substitute for

Explain the literary the parts of a

another word or
expression

devices used

simple paragraph

ENG 7 OLAF 3.2

ENG7 G.A 3:

: Use the

Observe correct

correct stress

subject-verb

(primary,
secondary,
tertiary
and weak) when

agreement

reading passages

ENG 7 SS 3.2:

information
presented in
diagrams, charts,
table, graphs,
etc.

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate

idiomatic word or
expression as a

of speech

another word or
expression

Transcode orally
and in writing the

ENG 7 LC 5:
Note the changes
in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,

ENG 7 VC 3.2:

ENG 7 VOC DEV


4:

ENG 7 LC 4.3:
Listen for
important
points signaled
by
volume,
projection,

ENG 7 LIT 4.2:

ENG 7 OLAF
4
: Use the
rising
intonation

Observe correct

pattern with
Yes-No and
tag
questions; the

agreement

Organize
information from
a

Select an

ENG 7 WC 4.2
Recognize the
Discover literature parts

appropriate

as a means of

of a simple

material viewed

colloquial or

connecting to a

paragraph

significant past
ENG 7 LIT 5:
Determine the
tone,

substitute for

mood, technique,
and purpose of the
author

rising-falling
intonation
with
informationseeking
questions,
option
questions

ENG 7 G.A 3.1:

subject-verb

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

LC
Listening
Comprehension

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

V
Vocabulary
Development

LT
Literature

WC
Writing and
Composition

intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech that
affect meaning
ENG 7 SS 4:

symbols (road

ENG 7 LC 5.1:
Listen for
important
points signaled
by
volume,
projection,

signs, prohibited

pitch, stress,

signs, etc.)

intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech

Give the meaning


of given signs
and

Give the meaning


of given signs
and
symbols (road
signs, prohibited

ENG 7LC 6:
Listen for
important
points signaled
by
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,

G
Grammar
Awareness

and with
statements

ENG 7 VC 4:

ENG 7 VOC DEV


4.1:

Organize
information from
a

Explain the

ENG7 WC 5:
Sequence steps
Discover literature in

predominance of

as a means of

writing a simple

material viewed

colloquial and

connecting to a

paragraph

idiomatic
expressions in
oral

significant past

rising intonation
pattern with YesNo
and tag
questions;

ENG 7LIT 5.2:

the rising-falling

communication

Draw similarities
and differences of
the featured
selections in

intonation with
informationseeking
questions,
option questions

relation to the

and with

theme

statements

ENG 7LC 5.2:


Note the changes
in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech that
affect meaning

ENG 7SS 5:

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

ENG 7 VC 5:

ENG7 VOC
DEV5:

Determine the

Explain the

truthfulness and
accuracy of the
material viewed

ENG 7 LIT 5.1:

ENG 7LIT 6:

ENG 7 WC 6:

ENG 7 OLAF 5

ENG 7 G.A 4:

Use the

Observe correct
subject-verb
agreement

ENG 7OLAF

ENG 7 G.A 5:

5.1: Observe

Observe correct

predominance of

Discover literature Retell a chosen


myth or legend
as a means of
in a

and use correct

subject-verb

colloquial and
idiomatic

connecting to a
significant past

juncture/phrasing
and rate of

agreement

series of simple
paragraphs

speech
signs, etc.)

intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech

8
ENG 7LC 6.2:
Note the changes
in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech that
affect meaning

expressions in
oral
communication

ENG 7LIT 6.2:

when reading

Draw similarities
and differences of

sample passages
(prose or poetry)

the featured
selections in
relation to the
theme

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

ENG 7 RC 6:
Follow directions
using a map

LC
Listening
Comprehension

ENG 7 LC 7:
Listen for
important
points signaled
by
volume,
projection,

ENG 7VC 6:

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech
9
ENG 7 LC 7.2:
Note the changes
in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture, and
rate
of speech that
affect meaning
10

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

V
Vocabulary
Development

ENG 7 VOC DEV


7

Determine the

LT
Literature

ENG 7 LIT 7:

WC
Writing and
Composition

ENG 7 WC 6 -:

truthfulness and

predominance of

Discover literature Retell a chosen


myth or legend
as a means of
in a

accuracy of the

colloquial and

connecting to a

series of simple

material viewed

idiomatic
expressions in
oral

significant past

paragraphs

communication

ENG 7 LIT 7.2:


Explain how a
selection may be
influenced by

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

ENG 7 OLAF 6

ENG7 G.A 6:

: Observe

Observe correct

and use correct

subject-verb

juncture/phrasing
and rate of
speech

agreement

when reading

culture, history,
environment, or
other factors

Culminating Task

G
Grammar
Awareness

sample passages
(prose or poetry)

GRADE 8
The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of literature and other texts types
for a deeper
PROGRAM STANDARD
appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of Afro- Asian Literature and other
texts types for a
GRADE LEVEL STANDARD deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other
countries.

CONTENT STANDARD

PERFORMANCE
STANDARD

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

EN8AB-Ca-1.1:
Scan

The learner demonstrates understanding of: African literature as a means of exploring forces that human beings
conntend with; variuos
reading styles vis -vis purposes of reading; prosodic features that serve as carriers of meaning; ways by which
information may be
organized, related, and delivered orally; and parallel structures and cohesive devices in presenting
information.
The learner transfers learning by composing and delivering an informative speech based on a specific topic of interest keeping in mind
the proper and
effective use of parallel structures and cohesive devices and appropriate prosodic features, stance, and
behavior.
LC
Listening
Comprehension

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

EN8CD-Ca-3:
Use
context clues
for logical connectors Listen for important from
EN8BC-Ca-2.1:

V
Vocabulary
Development

LT
Literature

WC
Writing and
Composition

EN8D-Ca-4.1:

EN8DE-Ca-5:

Determine the

EN8EF-Ca-6.1:
Generate ideas
and
their
relationships

to determine the text points signaled by

the material

meaning of

Describe the
notable
literary

type

viewed to

idiomatic

genres

EN8EF-Ca-

pitch, stress,
determine the
intonation, juncture, meaning of
unfamiliar words
and rate of speech or
expressions

expressions by
noting context

6.2: Present
ideas using a
variety of
graphic
organizers

EN8BC-Cb-2.2:

EN8D-Cb-4.2:

contributed by
African writers
EN8DE-Ca5.1:
Identify the
distinguishing
features of
notable African
chants,
poems,
folktales, and
short stories
EN8DE-Cb-

EN8AB-Cb-1.2:

volume, projection,

EN8CD-Cb-3:

clues and
collocations

EN8EF-Cb-6.3:

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

G
Grammar
Awareness

EN8FG-Ca-7.1:

EN8G-Ca-8: Use

Use the correct


sounds of
English

parallel structures
EN8G-Ca-8.1: Use
appropriate
cohesive
devices in
composing
an informative
speech

EN8FG-Cb-7.2:

EN8G-Cb-8.2: Use

Scan

Use
context clues
for logical connectors Listen for important from

Determine the

to determine the text points signaled by

the material

meaning of

Describe the
notable
literary

type

viewed to

idiomatic

genres

expressions by
noting context

contributed by
African writers
EN8DE-Cb5.3:
Identify the
distinguishing

volume, projection,

pitch, stress,
determine the
intonation, juncture, meaning of
unfamiliar words
and rate of speech or
expressions

5.2:

clues and
collocations

Generate ideas
and
their
relationships
EN8EF-Cb-6.4:
Organize ideas
in
one-step word,
phrase, and
sentence outline
forms

Use the correct


sounds of
English

parallel structures.
EN8G-Cb-8.3: Use
appropriate
cohesive
devices in
composing
an informative
speech

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

LC
Listening
Comprehension

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

V
Vocabulary
Development

LT
Literature

WC
Writing and
Composition

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

G
Grammar
Awareness

features of
notable African
chants,
poems,
folktales, and
short stories
EN8GH-Cc-9.1:
Skim to determine
key

EN8HI-Ic-5.1:
Listen for
important

EN8IJ-Ic-8: Use
context clues
from

EN8JK-Ic-10.2:

EN8KL-Ic-8:

Determine the

ideas

points signaled by
volume,
projection,

the material

meaning of

Describe the
notable
literary

viewed to

idiomatic

genres

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture,

determine the

expressions by

contributed by

EN8LM-Ic-1.1:
Generate ideas
and
their
relationships
EN8LM-Ic1.1.6:
Organize ideas
in

meaning of
unfamiliar words
or

noting context

African writers

one-step word,

an informative

clues and

phrase, and

speech

expressions

collocations

EN8KL-Ic-2.2:
Explain how
the
elements
specific
to a genre
contribute to
the
theme of a
particular
literary
selection
EN8KL-Ic2.2.1: Express
appreciation
for
sensory
images
used
EN8KL-Ic2.2.2: Explain
the literary
devices used.
EN8KL-Id-8:
Describe the

EN8LM-Id-1.1:
Generate ideas

and rate of speech

EN8GH-Cd-9.1:
Skim to determine

EN8HI-Id-5.1:
Listen for

EN8IJ-Id-9:
Organize

EN8JK-Id-10.2:
Determine the

EN8MN-Ic-3.11:

EN8NO-Ic-7: Use

Use the correct

parallel structures

sounds of English EN8NO-Ic-8: Use


appropriate
cohesive
devices in
composing

sentence outline
forms

EN8MN-Id-3:
Deliver a self-

EN8NO-Id-7: Use
parallel structures.

key
ideas

important
information from
a

meaning of

notable
literary

material viewed

idiomatic

Genres

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture,

expressions by

contributed by

noting context

and rate of speech

clues and

African writers
EN8KL -Id2.2:
Explain how
the
elements
specific
to a genre
contribute to
the
theme of a

points signaled by
volume,
projection,

collocations

and
their
relationships
EN8LM-Id1.1.6:
Organize ideas
in

composed
informative
speech

EN8NO-Id-8: Use
appropriate
cohesive
devices in
composing

one-step word,

an informative

phrase, and

speech

sentence outline
forms

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

LC
Listening
Comprehension

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

V
Vocabulary
Development

LT
Literature

WC
Writing and
Composition

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

G
Grammar
Awareness

particular
literary
selection
EN8ST-Id2.2.3:
Determine
tone,
mood,
technique, and
purpose of the
author
EN8OP-Ie-7: Use
the
appropriate reading
style (scanning,
skimming, speed
reading, intensive
reading etc.) for
ones
purpose

EN8PQ-Ie-9:
Determine how
volume,
projection,

EN8QR-Ie-9:
Organize
information from
a

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture,

material viewed

EN8RS-Ie-4:
Use
appropriate

EN8TU-Ie-6:
Organize notes

EN8UV-Ie-5: Use EN8VW-Ie-7: Use


appropriate
parallel structures.

strategies in

EN8ST-Ie-8:
Describe the
notable
literary

taken from an

prosodic features

unlocking the

genres

expository text

of speech when

contributed by

EN8TU-Ie-6.1:

delivering lines

and speech rate

meaning of
unfamiliar
words

African writers

serve as carriers of

and idiomatic

meaning

expressions

EN8ST-Ie-2.2:
Explain how
the
elements
specific
to a genre
contribute to
the
theme of a
particular
literary
selection
EN8ST-Ie2.2.3:
Determine
tone,
mood,
technique, and
purpose of the
author

Arrange notes
using a variety
of
graphic
organizers

EN8VW-Ie-8: Use
appropriate
cohesive
devices in
composing
an informative
Speech

EN8OP-If-7: Use
the
appropriate reading
style (scanning,
skimming, speed
6

reading, intensive
reading etc.) for
ones
purpose

EN8PQ-If-5.2:
Note
the changes in
volume,
projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture,
and rate of speech
that affect
meaning

EN8-IfQR-9:
Organize
information from
a

EN8RS-If-6:
Determine the
meaning of
words

EN8ST-If-7:
Appreciate

EN8TU-If-6:
Organize notes

EN8UV-If-5: Use
appropriate

EN8VW-If-7: Use
parallel structures

literature as a

taken from an

prosodic features

material viewed

and expressions

means of

expository text

of speech when

that reflect the

understanding
the human
being

EN8TU-If-6.1:

delivering lines

EN8VW-If-8: Use
appropriate
cohesive
devices in
composing

local culture by
noting context
clues

and the forces


he/she needs
to
contend with

Arrange notes
using a variety
of
graphic
organizers

an informative
speech

Week

RC
Reading
Comprehension

LC
Listening
Comprehension

EN8WX-Ig-7.1:
Read
intensively to
determine the
authors

EN8XY-Ig-5.2:
Note
the changes in
volume,
projection,

Purpose

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture,
and rate of speech
that affect
meaning

VC
Viewing
Comprehension

V
Vocabulary
Development

LT
Literature

EN8ZA-Ig-6:
Determine the
meaning of
words

EN8A-Ig-8:
Describe the
notable
literary

EN8B-Ig-6:
Organize notes

EN8C-Ig-3:
Deliver a self-

EN8D-Ig-7: Use
parallel structures

taken from an

and expressions

genres

expository text

composed
informative
speech

same topic in
different viewing

that reflect the


local culture by

contributed by
African writers

EN8B-Ig-6.2:
Arrange notes in

EN8C-Ig-3.8:
Use the correct

END-Ig-8: Use
appropriate
cohesive
devices in
composing
an informative

genres

noting context

EN8A-Ig-2.3:
Draw
similarities
and
differences
of the featured
selections in
relation to the
theme

one-step word,

stance and

speech

phrase, and

behavior

EN8YZ-Ig-15:
Compare and
contrast the
presentation of
the

Clues

EN8WX-Ih-7.1:
Read

EN8XY-Ih-5.2:
Note

intensively to
determine the
authors

the changes in
volume,
projection,

Purpose

pitch, stress,
intonation,
juncture,

and rate of speech


that affect
meaning

EN8XY-Ii-5.2:
EN8WX-Ii-7: Use the Note
appropriate reading the changes in
volume,
style (scanning,
projection,
skimming, speed

pitch, stress,

WC
Writing and
Composition

EN8ZA-Ih-6:

EN8A-Ih-3:

EN8B-Ih-6:

Compare and

Determine the
meaning of
words

Explain how a
selection may
be

and expressions

EN8D-Ih-7: Use

Organize notes

EN8C-Ih-3.12:
Highlight
important

taken from an

points in an

influenced by
culture,
history,
environment,
or

expository text

informative talk
using
appropriate
presentation
aids

EN8D-Ih-8: Use
appropriate
cohesive
devices in
composing

same topic in

that reflect the

different viewing

local culture by

genres

noting context
Clues

other factors

one-step word,
phrase, and
sentence outline
forms

EN8YZ-Ii-15:
Compare and

EN8ZA-Ii-6:
Determine the
meaning of
words

EN8A-Ii-3:
Explain how a
selection may
be

EN8B-Ii-6:
Organize notes

and expressions

influenced by

expository text

contrast the
presentation of
the

G
Grammar
Awareness

sentence outline
forms

EN8YZ-Ih-15:

contrast the
presentation of
the

F
Oral Language and
Fluency

EN8B-Ih-6.2:
Arrange notes in

taken from an

parallel structures

an informative
speech

EN8C-Ii-3:
Deliver
a self-composed
informative
speech

EN8D-Ii-7: Use
parallel structures
EN8D-Ii-8: Use
appropriate
cohesive

reading, intensive
reading etc.) for
ones
Purpose

10

intonation,
juncture,
and rate of speech
that affect
meaning

same topic in

that reflect the

different viewing

local culture by

genres

noting context
clues

culture,
history,
environment,
or
other factors

Culminating Task

EN8B-Ii-6.2:

devices in
composing

Arrange notes in

an informative

one-step word,
phrase, and
sentence outline
forms

speech