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Daily Lesson

Log

School
Teacher
Date/Time
Monday

Objective
A. Content Standards
B. Performance Standards
C. Learning
Competencies/Objectives
II. CONTENT
LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guides
2. Learner’s Material
pages
3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional Reference
from Learning Resource
B. Other Learning Resources
III. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson
or presenting the new
lesson

B. Establishing a purpose for
the lesson

Overview Elementary School
Mrs. Judith A. Colanggo
January 3-6, 2016

Grade
Learning Area
Quarter

VI
English
Third

Tuesday
Infer the general mood of the
selection/poem read

Wednesday
Infer the general mood of the
selection/poem read

Thursday
Tell how the story would turn out
if some episodes were changed

Friday
Answer the questions correctly

Infer the general mood of the
selection/poem read

Infer the general mood of the
selection/poem read

Tell how the story would turn out
if some episodes were changed

WEEKLY TEST

TM , Teacher’s Guide
ENGLISH FOR YOU
&ME(Reading)

TM , Teacher’s Guide
ENGLISH FOR YOU
&ME(Reading)

TM Growing in Englishp. 193-195
Growing in English (R)p.204-212

“THE CREATION”
Growing in English (R)p.197-198

“THE CREATION”
Growing in English (R)p.197-198

130-135
English DLP

130-135
English DLP

Pre – Reading
Activating Prior Knowledge and
Building Background

Pre – Reading
Activating Prior Knowledge and
Building Background

Do you know God’s creation?

Do you know God’s creation?

Pre-reading
/j/
Pronounce the /j/ in the following
words: gypsy apologize
Janos majesty just
“Lawyers defend anyone who is
treated unjustly. Anyone can play
“lawyer” to anybody as the need
arises. In the story, find out how
gypsy acted as a “lawyer” to save
the poor man from big trouble

Checking of assignment

Short review
Giving of instructions

From the title what questions do you have in mind?  What did the poor Hungarian owe the innkeeper?  How much did the innkeeper want the poor man to pay?  Who defended the poor man?How?  What would happen if the gypsy had not appeared in the court?  What would had happen if the innkeeper hat gotten all the money from Jano?  What did the poor Hungarian owe the innkeeper?  How much did the innkeeper want the poor man to pay?  Who defended the poor man?How?  What would happen if the gypsy had not appeared in the court?  What would had happen if the innkeeper hat gotten all the money from Jano? E. he ______ the world. Out of nowhere. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skill #2 F. 2.boiled eggs being hatched into checks (answering the motive questions ) The gypsy compared the impossibility of increasing the number of boiled corn to that of hard. Developing mastery (Leads to Formative Assessment) G. Silent reading of the story. Presenting examples/instances of the new lesson Supply missing word to complete each sentence. “Defending a Poor Man D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skill #1 Setting the Purpose of Reading Read the title of the story –THE CREATION” (answering the motive questions ) The gypsy compared the impossibility of increasing the number of boiled corn to that of hard. 1.boiled eggs being hatched into checks Read the title of the story once again. God ______out of the seven seas. He _______ the mountain up.C. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills in daily living Motive Questions The pupils will publish questions Test Proper . “Defending a Poor Man How did the gypsy save Janos from big trouble of losing all his money to a greedy innkeeper? Silent reading of the story. 3.

the water level rose and the thirsty bird’s thirst was quenched. Change the incident in your favorite teleseries. answering the test questions. Then write what could have happened had the character took the action which you’ve written. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson I. a. After three days. Nearly an hour went by before help arrived. Additional activities for application or remediation IV. she saw a little plant growing. There was once a tired bird that was very thirsty. I shall put stones in the water. “Aha. She watered the seed daily. REMARKS V. One day Ruth planted a bean seed.They were very busy in the garage. tiredness Tell how the story would turn out if some episodes in the story were changed? Read the following story. she saw that the little plant died. Then write what could have happened had the character took the action which you’ve written. then fill the blank with possible endings.” After putting stones.hopelessness b. Tell how the story would turn out if some episodes in the story were changed? Read the following story. There were two little leaves coming out. If the bird wasn’t witty and patient. checking the answers and recording the data .restlessness c.H. _______________. I know what shall I do. ________________________ ______________________. Evaluating learning J. He walked to the nearest telephone and called mechanist for help. It tried to reach the water but could not reach it. When she returned . then fill the blank with possible endings. The next day . Change the incident in your favorite teleseries. Passing of papers. It saw a jar with a very little water. If Ruth had not watered the seed daily . REFLECTION What is mood? How would you determine the mood of the selection? Identify the mood expressed in each stanza below and write the correct answer Robert was driving along the highway whe his front tire went flat. the little plant grew taller but she went to visit her grandmother in the city for three days.

A. Did the remedial lessons work? No. No. of learners who continue to require remediation E. No. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or supervisor can help me solve? G. of learners who require additional activities for remediation C. of learners who earned 80% on the formative assessment B. Which of my teaching strategies worked well? Why did these work? F. of learners who have caught up with the lesson D. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers? . No.