GRADE ONE CURRICULUM, 1st Semester, June to October (Based on the Basic Education Curriculum) ENGLISH Listening 1.

Respond to greetings and leave-taking 2. Identify speech sounds, e.g. [f] vs. [v], [i] vs. [I] 3. Identify words that rhyme 4. Recognize rising and falling intonation and the meanings they signal 5. Give the main idea of a selection heard 6. Note details in a selection heard 7. Retell a story 6. Use personal pronouns 8. Act out parts of a story 9. React to the story or what a character said in the story 10. Infer feelings or traits of characters in a story heard 7. Use he/she, his/hers, him/her correctly 8. Use the simple present third-person form of verbs 9. Use the -ing form of verb to answer questions, e.g., What are you doing? 10. Use the verb "to be" with nouns and pronouns as subject 11. Use the simple past form of regular verbs 12. Use words that describe persons, animals, places 13. Talk about topics of interest 6. Identify the parts of a book 7. Tell what the story is about by looking at the pictures 8. Tell the sequence of natural events, e.g. plant growth, animal life cycle 9. Describe relationships: source (egg is from chicken), function (chair is for sitting), part (eyes are in the face) 10. Predict outcomes 11. Infer what happened before an event 7. Write sentences about one's self and family 8. Compose greetings in cards

Speaking 1. Ask and answer basic questions about personal information 2. Give short commands and directions 3. Talk about meanings of sound signals (e.g. rooster crowing, horn blowing, bell ringing, etc.) 4. Recite rhymes with correct intonation and stress 5. Talk about oneself, others, or things using this/that, these/those, a/an, singular/plural

Reading 1. Read DOLCH sight words 2. Handle reading materials properly 3. Sharpen visual discrimination skills (similarities, differences, missing parts) 4. Associate pictures of objects with their written names 5. Increase one's vocabulary about family members, labels and signs, synonyms and antonyms

Writing 1. Write letters in manuscript 2. Copy words and phrases: personal info, DOLCH basic sight words, and days of the week 3. Copy 2-3 sentence paragraphs with correct punctuation 4. Write words, phrases, and sentences from dictation 5. Write names of objects 6. Write sentences using synonyms and antonyms

MATHEMATICS I. WHOLE NUMBERS A. Comprehension of Whole Numbers 1. Recognize cardinal numbers from 0 to 100 1.1 Identify common objects according to color, size, and shape 1.2 Classify sets using common objects according to color, size, and shape 1.3 Order sets with 1 to 10 objects from least to greatest and vice versa 1.4 Construct sets with objects 1 to 10 in 1.4.1 ± the one more order 1.4.2 ± the one less order 1.5 Compare 2 sets using the expressions ³fewer than´, ³more than´, and ³as many as´ 1.6 Associate numbers with sets having objects 0 to 10 1.7 Tell the number of objects in a given set of 10 or less 1.8 Order numbers 1 to 10 including zero from least to greatest and vice-versa 1.9 Read and write numbers from 0 to 10 in symbols 1.10 Tell the relationship of numbers using the expressions ³less than´, ³greater than´, ³equal´ 1.11 Count by 1¶s through 50 1.12 Identify numbers in sets having 11 to 50 objects 1.13 Skip count by twos, fives, and tens through one hundred 1.14 Associate numbers with sets having 51 up to 100 objects/things 2. Read and write numbers through 100 in symbols and in words 2.1 Give the place value of each digit in one- to two-digit numbers 2.2 Read numbers from 11 through 100 in symbols and in words 2.3 Write numbers from 11 through 100 in symbols and in words 2.4 Write numbers from 11 through 100 in expanded form 2.5 Regroup sets of ones into sets of tens and sets of tens into hundreds using objects 3. Read and write ordinal numbers 1st, 2nd, 3rd up to 10th in a given set 3.1 Identify the 1st, 2nd, 3rd up to the 10th object in a given set 4. Read and write money up to P 50.00 4.1 Read and write the symbol of c for centavo and P for pesos 4.2 Tell the value of a given set of coins and paper bills up to P50 4.3 Compare values of the different denominations of coins and paper bills through P50 using the relation symbols. 4.4 Skip count by P5s, P10s up to P50s

B. Comprehension of Addition 1. Add two to three 1-digit numbers with sums up to 18 horizontally and vertically 1.1 Join two sets with 1 to 9 objects 1.2 Show the relationship of joining sets to addition of whole numbers 1.3 Add two 1-digit numbers having sums of : - 6 and less - 7 through 10 (after concept of 1-10) 1.4 Illustrate that any given number plus zero is the same number 1.5 Show that changing the order of two addends does not affect the sum 1.6 Add three 1-digit numbers having sums up to 18 1.7 Show that changing the grouping of three or more addends helps make computation easy 2. Add mentally two to three 1-digit numbers with sums up to 18 3. Add 1-to 2-digit numbers with sum through 99 - without regrouping - with regrouping 4. Application of Addition 4.1 Solve 1-step word problems involving addition of whole numbers including money with sums up to 99 without and with regrouping 4.1.1. Analyze the word problem 4.1.1.1 Tell - what is asked - what is/are given - the word clues - the operation to be used 4.1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 4.1.3 Use the correct operation 4.1.4 State the complete answer C. Comprehension of Subtraction 1. Subtract 1-to 2-digit numbers from 1-to 2-digit numbers with minuends up to 99 without and with regrouping 1.1 Visualize situations when subtraction is used 1.1.1 Remove a subset from a given set of objects (taking away) 1.1.1.1 Show the relationship of the removal of a group of objects from a given set to subtracting of whole numbers 1.1.1.2 Compare two given sets (more or less in number) 1.1.1.3 Find a missing addend 1.1.1.3.1 Show that subtraction is the inverse of addition 1.2 Subtract 1-digit nos. with minuends through 18 (basic facts) 1.3 Subtract 1-to 2-digit numbers with minuends up to 99 1.3.1 without regrouping 1.3.2 with regrouping 1.3.3 Subtract 2-digit without regrouping 1.3.4 Subtract 2-digit with regrouping 2. Subtract mentally 1-digit numbers from minuends up to 18 without regrouping 3. Application of Subtraction 3.1 Solve word problems involving subtraction of whole numbers including money with minuends up to 99 without and with regrouping 3.1.1 Analyze the word problems 3.1.1.1 Tell: - what is asked - what is/are given - the operation to be used 3.1.2 Transform the word problem into a number sentence 3.1.3 Use the correct operation 3.1.4 State the complete answers II. RATIONAL NUMBERS

A. Comprehension of Fractions 1. Recognize 1/2 and 1/4 of a whole 2. Separate a whole object into halves/fourths 3. Separate group of objects into halves/fourths III. MEASUREMENT A. Comprehension of time measure 1. Tell the number of days in a week/months in a year using the calendar 2. Indicate time to the hour/half hour 2.1 Show that 60 minutes make an hour 2.2 Tell time using digital clock 3. Indicate time to the nearest 15 minutes of an hour, like 1:15, 1:30,1:45 3.1 Indicate time such as 1:15, 1:30, 1:45 when the hand is at 15 minutes 4. Read and write time as shown on the clock B. Comprehension of Linear Measure 1. Make measurement using non-standard units of linear measure. 2. Compare among the non-standard units of mass measure in terms of consistency and accuracy C. Comprehension of Mass Measure 1. Measure mass using non-standard units of linear measures 2. Compare among the non-standard units of mass measure in terms of consistency and accuracy D. Comprehension of Area 1. Measure area using non-standard units 2. Compare among the non-standard units of measuring area in terms of consistency and accuracy E. Comprehension of Capacity 1. Measure capacity using non-standard units 2. Compare among the non-standard units of capacity measure in terms and accuracy of measurement

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