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1. Make a stand (ENSOL-IIj-4)
2. Observe politeness at all times (EN5-IIj-16)
3. Show tactfulness when communicating with others (EN5A-IIj17)
Making a Stand
K to 12 Education Curriculum , Grade 5 page 74
OL-Oral Language
Materials: Editorial News, meta cards, timer, rubrics
References: Basic English Skill Builders 6, pages 231-232
1. Pre-Assessment
WOULD YOU RATHER game. (Teacher will prepare two corner side of the
classroom for the game)Leader or one member of the group go to one side of the
room to take a stand for their beliefs and make a short reason why the choose it.
 Would you rather be rich and ugly, or poor and good looking?
 Would you rather be stranded on an island alone or with someone you hate?
 Would you rather be the most popular or the smartest person you know?
 Would you rather be the sand castle or the wave?
 Would you rather eat a bar of soap or drink a bottle of dishwashing liquid?
2. Review
3.Checking of Assignment

A. Presentation
-Listen purposely as your teacher presents/ reads an editorial
news. Be ready to answer the prepared questions for you.
We recall hundreds and hundreds of bodies left decaying ,
unburied and dirtied buy a destructive mudslide and collapsed
buildings brought by a torrent of rain.
Because of lack of official preparedness and the usual “turtle
-eau” responses , the absence of life-saving instruments, and the
national outrage over human greed taking over our forests, nature
does not make an accounting. And innocent lives pay dearly for the
The call for a “total log ban” is a classic example of the “much
too late the hero” attitude among our government officials.
Prevention and mitigation are almost impossible when taken in the
context of the Philippines being in a typhoon zone.
government agencies say they do not have enough
personnel’s to guard our environment or we do not have enough
funds to do our jobs effectively,” is simply putting the blame on thin
B. Comprehension Questions

FORMATIVE TEST To ensure quality education in the Division of Taguig City and Pateros . Oral Speaking Activity “ In or Out” .Do you think the tragic events in Ormoc and Luzon will happen again in the future? Why? Why not? C.Make a stand on the proposed 3 Child Policy of President Duterte and share it to your group mates through Round Robin and write your common Group II.Ask pupils if they are “In” favor or if they are “Out” not favor by giving their respective stands on the following issues. Ask IV. 1.1. Antonio Trillanes 3. 4. Are you in favor of this? Yes or No and Why? Write a short paragraph in 4-5 sentences expressing your stand. . DepEd TAPAT proposed a Single Shift Plan in all schools within the division having classes from 8 :00 AM until 3:00 PM. Curfew time from 10 :00 P. Setting Standard in Speaking D. Group III. Death penalty should be given to those who are vindicated of crimes such as rape and drug abuse .Write a short letter address ed to President Rodrigo Duterte stating your stand on his proposed 3 Child Policy.Do you think our DENR officials have not done their work and responsibilities effectively in safeguarding our environment? Why not? 2.Do you think the fund intended to guard our environment served its purpose well? Why? Why not? 4.Write a short speech ( 5 to 8 sentences) expressing your stand on President Rodrigo Duterte’s proposed 3 Child Policy.Make a slogan expressing your stand on the proposed 3 Child Policy of President Duterte. Cellphones should not be aloud in school.Is it really illegal logging that caused the tragedy in Ormoc and Luzon? Why? 3. E. Group V. Abolish K to 12 Program of DepEd as proposed by Sen.Compose a Rap Song expressing your stand on the proposed 3 Child Policy of President Rodrigo Duterte.M to 5: 00 AM as imposed by President Rodrigo Duterte. 2. Engagement Activities GROUP ACTIVITY Group I. Group IV.

Possible Issues: -Climate Change . Read grade level text with proper expression.3 2.PROCEDURE A. poem. Read grade level text with appropriate rate. References: Grade Five Phil IRI III. Checking of Assignment . Pre.7 II. DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES 1.Journal B.6 3.Write a journal expressing your stand in one of the issues our country is facing right now. Grade 5 page 74 Oral Reading Fluency Materials: Editorial News. Silent H Silent W wrote wrestling wrinkle whole two wrap wrist Silent T witch castle fasten soften often listen Christmas 2. silent T.use rubrics in checking the output of the pupils) V.PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES 1. SUBJECT MATTER Reading Text with Accuracy.Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Program -3 Child policy of Pres. ENRICHMENT . Appropriate Rate and Proper Expression K to 12 Education Curriculum .Assessment Activity Practice reading silent W. EN5F-IIj-1. Unlocking of Words Silent H what when where white rhythm hour honest . Story. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Review 3.Writing a Journal . EN5F-IIj-1. Duterte - ENGLISH V SECOND QUARTER WEEK 9 WEEK 10 DAY 2 I. EN5-IIJ-1. Read grade level text with accuracy.(Teacher may use any other materials for the assessment.

CATV CATV is a short way of saying community antenna television.Grade V No. Reading of the Story Reading a passage Each pupil will be provided a copy of the passage below then measure the appropriate rate / speed the pupils read the passage through the guidance of the teacher Cable TV CATV is a short way of saying “community antenna television”. Television signals travel in straight lines in all directions. Comprehension Check-Up A. thick wires called cable are connected to nearby homes for a fee collected monthly. Setting Standard in Reading 4. Motivation Do you have a television at home? How does Cable television make your watching entertaining? 3. If you live only a few miles from a TV station. People in places far from TV stations share the cost of putting up high antennas. Signals If you live only a few miles from a TV station. A community antenna is usually placed on a hill. CATV works well. a mountain. Signals from a TV station move toward the horizon and then go into space. Local stations can feed programs into empty channels that are not in use. Cables These are thick wires connected to nearby homes for a fee collected monthly. Then from the station. But if you live more than 50 miles from a station. of words: 210 5. 2. . you may get a good reception in your set. Engagement Activities . cable television is moving into cities. Today. It brings in extra regular programs to city viewers and to many classrooms throughout the country.What term do most people use for Community Antenna Television? 6. you may not get any reception at all.What is the selection about? B. or in a tower.How does television signal travel? C. CATV allows to receive TV programs that regular antennas cannot pick up. you may get a good reception in your set. People along the cable can have local news and weather reports at no extra charge. But “cable television” is the term most people use. The antenna picks up TV signals and feeds them into a small local station.

Who made the plan to build the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ? a. Grade V -No. 94% of which are made of bamboo. How long did it take to build the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ? a. This bamboo organ stands tall with 5 meters in height.” It is something all Filipinos can be proud of. Father Diego del Carmen b. This musical instrument is now 184 years. It has 900 tubes. 9 years c. What was declared “National Cultural Treasure”? . The construction of this masterpiece was no easy task. This country is home to several unique and amazing musical instruments.Pupils will read a passage with accuracy (Teacher will use Grade Five Phil IRI passage ) Note. the people of Las Piñas 3. of words: 195 Questions: 1. 17 years 2.GROUP ACTIVITIES GROUP I & II . as well. The Filipinos’ great ability to sing is now proven in the international scene. 14 years d. It is made up mostly of bamboo.Pupils will read a poem with proper expression (Teacher will provide poem suited in the activity) GROUP III & IV. V. Read the questions and encircle the letter of your answer. a native of Spain. But not only is the Philippines known for its talented singers. It took them 8 years to finish the organ in 1824. the people of Spain d. That is why the National Museum of the Philippines declared it as a “National Cultural Treasure. The Bamboo Organ is very significant in the cultural and historical heritage of the Filipinos.The teacher will use Rubrics in assessing the performance of the pupils. 8 years b. Philippine Musicality Filipinos are world-renowned for their musicality. worked on building it with the help of the people of Las Piñas. Diego Cera de la Virgen del Carmen. He began his work in 1816. IRI passage--Think Pair) GROUP V. ASSESMENT Direction: Read the selection silently. Father Diego de Vera c. A priest named Fr. One such instrument is the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ. This musical instrument is the only one of its kind in the world.Pupils will read a passage with proper rate (Teacher will use Grade Five Phil. Record your reading time as soon as you finish reading.

It is made by a Spanish priest. It is made only by the Filipino people.1 https://www. 5. Have it checked regularly to make sure it has the proper http://www. Objectives Determine images/ideas that are explicity used to influence viewers Stereotypes -point of view .cfm . Why was the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ declared as a national treasure? a. If you were the caretaker of the Philippine Bamboo Organ. Subject Matter: Determine images/ideas that are explicity used to influence viewers Stereotypes References: EN5VC-IIj-7. Conduct a regular singing competition where it would be used. Yes b. b.a. Is the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ the only unique musical instrument in the country? The selection does not say. It is already very old and needs a lot of care. 7. Sending a post card of it to friends here and abroad b.discoveryeducation. It is famous in the whole world. EN5VC-IIj-7. The Philippine Organ d. Which of the following could you do to best promote the Las Piñas Bamboo organ? a. Invite Filipinos and foreigners to see the national It says a lot about our people and culture. ENRICHMENT Do practice reading at home ENGLISH V SECOND QUARTER WEEK 10 WEEK 10 DAY 3 I. b. Lock it in a room so it will not be stolen. which of the following would you do to take care of it? a. Taking pictures of it and putting them in a photo album d. The Las Piñas Bamboo Organ b. The Philippine Bamboo Organ c. 6. It is the only bamboo organ in the world. c. d. d. Maybe d. V. No c. Playing a song using the organ 8.propagandees II. c. why can the Filipino people be proud of the Bamboo organ? a. It is the only bamboo organ in the Philippines. b. The Las Piñas Organ 4. Reading a lot of articles about it c. It is mostly made up of bamboo. According to the passage. d.

Have them add any unlisted stereotype adjectives. Rotate every three minutes until every group has worked on every sheet.  Give each group one of the five sheets of paper. rotate the sheets of paper between groups so that each group works on a new . not ones that they necessarily believe to be true. illustration/pictures. Ask them to list as many stereotypes that are commonly used to describe the category of people written at the top of paper. D. Do you think that describe with them is true? C. Emphasize that students should list stereotypes that they have heard. Independent Practice Divide the class into four groups and supply each student in the class with a Do you think that the images and action of the kid in the short video will influence viewers? E. Guided Practice-Watch the Short Video: Types of Kid at School https://www. ”Stereotype song”( https://www.  Give students three minutes to complete the exercise. Learning activities A. Motivation Let the pupils analyze the words or the ideas inside the box .Materials: story of the selection. Modeling for Students Watch the video.  When they are finished. lcd projector for Power Point III.. Explaining the Students what to do What are the words that explain the word stereotype inside the box? Look at the different images of a

gender. Observe politeness at all times II. movies. the way you speak.PROCEDURE A . . ask the students the following question:  How do the stereotypes recorded by the class make you feel?  What do you notice about the stereotypes listed? Be aware that the students may have listed good and bad adjectives. SUBJECT MATTER Distinguishing among forms.  Where have you seen these stereotypes portrayed? television programs. clothes you were wearing. Setting the stage Read the following words with /f/ correctly. Fill-out forms accurately 2.Presentation of Model I. and descriptions III. These thoughts or beliefs may or may not accurately reflect reality IV. where you live.F. Ask students to consider the following questions before they begin to write:  How did you know that you were being unfairly judged?  What words or actions were directed at you because of assumptions or stereotypes?  Why do you think those assumptions were made about you?  How did the experience make you feel?  How do you think you should have been treated in that situation? ENGLISH V SECOND QUARTER WEEK 10 WEEK 10 DAY 4 I. we are going to study how to fill out forms. or the same stereotypes for different groups. how much money your family has. many stereotypes for different groups. fill fold form fund found find find fell Ask: Have you experienced filling out forms? When did you fill out forms? What forms have you already filled out? Today. magazines. Evaluation: Think about a situation when someone made a biased judgment about you or acted unfairly toward you because of your age. Learning Activities A. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 1. Discussion on the exercise. skin color. Closure Assessment. books?  How do you think a stereotype might cause someone to act unfairly toward another person? A stereotype is a thought that can be adopted about specific types of individuals or certain ways of doing things. kinds. or some other reason.

C.What kind of form is this? 2. . What kind of form are these? What information are asked for in the forms? 1.What information is asked for in the form? Let us fill up this form together.B. Guided Practice : Let us fill out this form together.Show different kinds of form to the class. Modeling for students Show the different sample of form flash in the projector. Post an enlarged photocopy of the National Achievement Test form. B.

propaganda s II. Fill out the form accurately.D. Evaluation: Provide the learners with a photocopy of the school admission form. Admission Form Admission Form Name_______________________ Surname Date of Birth__________________ Year _________________________ ______________ First Name Middle ________________________ ______________ Month Day Place of Birth___________________________ ______________________________ Town Province Present Address_________________________________________________________ Schools Attended: Kindergarten__________________________________________________________ Primary _____________________________________________________________ School Intermediate____________________________________________________________ School Parents: _______________________ Father’s Name _______________________ ___________________ Occupation Educational Attainment ______________________ Mother’s Name _______________________ ____________________ Occupation Educational Attainment ENGLISH V SECOND QUARTER WEEK 10 WEEK 10 DAY 5 I. what should you do to make it clean and neat? What should you remember in giving out information? IV. A. what should you remember to fill these forms. Subject Matter . Independent Practice: Small Group Dynamics Divide the class into four groups. Objectives Determine images/ideas that are explicitly used to influence viewers -point of view . E. Provide each group a form to fill out. Closure Assessment Say: Now that you are already familiar with the different forms.

III. Modeling for students. meta card. background colors. Viewing. https://www.3 subtext. Learning Activities Pre-assessment Four Picture one Word: P__OPA__AND___ Are you exposed to propaganda in your day-to-day life? If so. http://www. props and photography techniques emphasize the propaganda technique? Is this advertisement effective /influence the audience like you? Why? Why not? B. References : EN5VC-IIj-7. what kinds? What messages are you receiving? Tell something about the images using prior knowledge about the issue of 2016 presidential election?     Who is the target audience? What evidence suggests this? How does the layout of the advertisement emphasize the propaganda technique? How do the font styles.A Short Film with a Lesson "The Bully" . nice words like goodness or patriotism. projector.Determining images/ideas that are explicitly used to influence viewers -point of view q=propagande. Explaining the students what to do Teacher will show images of propaganda advertisements What words of praise for the product.pdf Materials:

e. points of view.) What facts are being misrepresented? Do you spot any outright lies? What do the producers of this image want you to believe? Why might they want you to believe that? How does the poster use visual effects (i. Propaganda analysis question • • • • • • • What is “happening” in the image? What expectations are being made and about what/whom? Why do you think the authors of the image made these assumptions? What is being left out entirely? (Ideas. facts. what are they doing? Are there any aspects of their appearance that might be used to persuade? D. The teacher will lead the students through the analysis of one image. Independent Practice: Students will rotate through two or three more images. analyzing them in small groups. etc. By this point.Questions: What is your point of views or ideas in bullying? How does propaganda of bullying influence to a viewer like you? C. lettering) in order to persuade? Are there people in the poster? If so. color. Guided Practice: Study the image. The teacher should set up the desks in groups and have groups of students move around the room (allowing students 8-10 minutes for each image using the same question in the guided practice) . students should be able to respond to the analysis questions with some prompting from the teacher.

though it's not limited to these forms of communication. they have shown that they understand the process. Closure Assessment: What have you learned today? Propaganda is a mode of communication used to manipulate or influence the opinion of groups to support a particular cause or belief.  What expectations are being made. If students can answer these questions with confidence. propaganda has taken the form of artwork. speeches. etc.E. and music. films. IV.)  What facts are being twisted or misrepresented? Do you spot any outright lies? . these questions and the process should be quite familiar). facts. Over the centuries. Evaluation: The teacher will provide students with a photocopied handout that contains two propaganda images and the analysis questions they have been answering (by now. Propaganda involves the spreading of information and ideas to advance a cause or discredit an opposing cause. points of view. and about what/whom? Why do you think the authors of the image made these expectations?  What is being left out completely? (Ideas.