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GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: MR HECTOR M. REYES Learning Area: ENGLISH

DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: AUGUST 28-Sept1, 2017 (WEEK 1) Quarter: 2ND QUARTER



A .Content Standard demonstrates an understanding of English grammar and usage in speaking or writing
demonstrates an understanding of verbal cues for clear expression of ideas
demonstrates an understanding of verbal and nonverbal elements of communication to respond back
B .Performance Standard uses the classes of words aptly in oral and written discourse
actively creates and participates in oral theme-based activities
uses paralanguage and nonverbal cues to respond appropriately
C.Learning Competency/Objectives EN6OL-IIa-3.7 EN6V-IIa-12.3.3 EN6G-IIa-5.5 EN6WC-IIa-3.7
Write the LC code for each. Employ an appropriate EN6V-IIa- EN6G-IIa-5.2 Fill-out forms
style of speaking, adjusting EN6V-IIa- Compose clear and coherent accurately and
language, gestures, rate, Infer meaning of borrowed words sentences efficiently
and volume according to and content specific terms using using appropriate grammatical (biodata,
audience and purpose context clues structures: application
EN6F-IIa-2.9 affixes and roots -Order and forms, etc.)
Self-correct -other strategies degrees of
when reading (Math) regular
EN6SS-IIa-1.3 adjectives
Gather relevant
from various
-glossary & indices


A. References
1. Teachers Guide pages
2. Learners Materials pages p. 135 ( Week 1)
3. Textbook pages Mathletics Book (Glossary)
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)portal
B. Other Learning Resource Pictures of a hospital and a Jumbled letters Tarpapel for concepts Bio-data sheets
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Review: Have a glimpse of What are the standards in Give some mathematical What are the different degrees of
presenting the new lesson the discussion last Friday. speaking well? concept and their meaning. adjectives?

B. Establishing a purpose for the Show a picture of a Arrange Me! Let the pupils read the following Have pupils tell to class the steps
lesson hospital. Let the pupils Let pupils be in groups. Let them sentences: they know in applying for a job.
enumerate the persons or arrange the jumbled letters 1. Rina is beautiful.
things they can find in about mathematical concepts 2. Zenia is more beautiful than
there. and ideas. The group who will Rina.
score the most will win. 3. Audrey is the most beautiful
girl among them.
C. Presenting examples/Instances of Let the pupils tell Ask the pupils to define the terms Let the pupils differ the previous Distribute biodata sheets for each
the new lesson something about a doctor. on the arranged jumbled letters. instances. group. Let them say what they see
Elicit information possible. inside it.
D. Discussing new concepts and The teacher will read the Show some sentences with the Show the tarpapel and discuss Tell to class what a biodata is.
practicing new skills # 1 selection Think Before You mathematical concepts. Let them the degrees of comparison of
Judge on p. 135 of the LM. define the words using context adjectives.
The pupils will read after. clues.
Then, let them answer
Check it Out
E. Discussing new concepts and The teacher will guide the Present sentences with Group Activity Have the parts of a biodata be
practicing new skills # 2 students on how to employ mathematical concepts. Then, let Give an adjective to each group discussed.
appropriate the pupils consult a glossary to and let them make a sentence
style of speaking, adjusting define the meaning. for each degree.
language, gestures, rate,
and volume according to
audience and purpose

F. Developing mastery Group Activity Let the pupils complete the Let the pupils complete the Ask questions about the parts of a
(leads to Formative Assessment ) The pupils will proceed into sentences by underlining the sentences by writing the biodata.
their groupings. Then, they correct answer from the choices. appropriate form of the Original File Submitted and
will be asked to prepare a adjective on the blank. Formatted by DepEd Club Member
reaction or a synopsis of - visit for more
the selection read. The
output will be read with the
group. After that, the group
will check for errors. After
the time, the group have a
reporter to relay their
G. Finding practical application of What benefit can we get Why do we need to understand What is the relevance of using Why do we need a biodata?
concepts and skills in daily living from knowing how to speak mathematical concepts? the correct adjective?
H. Making generalizations and What are the standards of Give some mathematical concept What are the different degrees How do we fill up a biodata?
abstractions about the lesson speaking well? and their meaning. of adjectives?
I. Evaluating learning The reporting will be Let the pupils complete the Let the pupils complete the Have the pupils fill up a biodata. A
graded using a teacher sentences by underlining the sentences by writing the rubric for filling up a biodata will
made rubric for speaking. correct answer from the choices. appropriate form of the be used to grade the pupils.
adjective on the blank.
J. Additional activities for application Think of 5 mathematical concept Let pupils pick an adjective write
or remediation and use each in a sentence. the different degree of
comparison and use it in a

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