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Grade 10 DAILY LESSON LOG

Subject/Learning MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Area Date: JUNE 16, 2014 Date: JUNE 17, 2014 Date: JUNE 18, 2014 Date: JUNE 19, 2014 Date: JUNE 20, 2014

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Introduction to World Figures of Speech  Poetic Devices Literature Reading Literature Reading
Literature  Simile and  Psalm 1  Psalm 1
 Classics of Ancient Metaphor
World
 Palestinian
Literature
 Greek literature
 Roman Literature
 The Middle Ages Reference: Reference: Reference: Reference:
Reference: Language and Literature Language and Literature Language and Literature Language and Literature
Language in Literature Pages 8-9 Page 9 Pages 5-6 Pages 5-6
Holy Bible Holy Bible

ENGLISH 10 Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks:


WORLD LITERATURE  Students will be  Students will be  Anchored with the  Students will be  Students will be
able to discover able to activate previous lesson, able to recognize able to appreciate
different genres of prior knowledge students will be poetic devices in reading biblical
literature that every about the figures of able to identify biblical literature literature through
ancient world offers. speech through poetic devices group sharing.
recitation and under figures of  They will be able to
 They will be able to discussion. speech. reveal all the  Expand their
uncover the past devices used in the vocabularies
and understand the  Students are  They will be able to reading material through writing
future through the expected to separate and use and appreciate the down unfamiliar
every country’s work understand better the following poetic importance of terms and unlock its
of art. the difference devices that will be using these meaning through
between Simile discussed. devices. the use of thesaurus
and metaphor and
use it in a
sentence.
Grade 9 DAILY LESSON LOG

Subject/Learning MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Area Date: JUNE 16, 2014 Date: JUNE 17, 2014 Date: JUNE 18, 2014 Date: JUNE 19, 2014 Date: JUNE 20, 2014

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Introduction to Anglo Stress and Intonation Stress and Intonation Literature Reading
American Literature patterns patterns  Beowulf’s Fight
 Old English with Grendel
 Medieval English  Using
 The Elizabethan synechdoche
Period
 The Puritan Periods

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Language in Literature 9 Language and Literature 9 Language and Literature 9 Language and Literature 9
Pages 10-12

ENGLISH 9
ANGLO-AMERICAN Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks:
LITERATURE  Students will be  Students will be  Students will have  Students will be
able to have an able to activate a follow up group able to recognize
overview about prior knowledge activity with character traits
Anglo- American about stress and regards to through reading
Literature intonation patterns intonation pattern engagement
 They will be able to
 They will be able to  They will be able to find the reason
uncover the past  Students are appreciate the need why Beowulf was
and understand the expected to use to learn and said to be the
future through the correct stress and understand the greatest epic of all
every country’s work intonation patterns intonation patterns  They will be able to
of art. for a coprehensive for a comprehensive write meaningful
communication. delivery of message and figurative
sentences using
synecdoche
Grade 8 DAILY LESSON LOG

Subject/Learning MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Area Date: JUNE 16, 2014 Date: JUNE 17, 2014 Date: JUNE 18, 2014 Date: JUNE 19, 2014 Date: JUNE 20, 2014

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Introduction to Afro Asian Adjective and Adjective Stress and Intonation Stress and Intonation
Literature compliment patterns patterns
 Japanese Literature
 Philippine literature
 Singaporean
literature
 Chinese Literature
 African Literature References: References: References:
References: Language in Literature 8 Language in Literature 8 Language in Literature 8
Language in Literature 8 English of the New English of the New English of the New
English of the New Generation 8 Generation 8 Generation 8
ENGLISH 8 Generation 8
AFRO-ASIAN
LITERATURE Remarks: Remarks: Remarks:
 Students will be Remarks:  Students will be  Students will have
able to have an  Students will be able to activate a follow up group
overview about able to recall the prior knowledge activity with
Afro-Asian definition of about stress and regards to
Literature adjectives and give intonation patterns intonation pattern
examples of it.
 They will be able to  They will be able to
understand the  They will be able to  Students are appreciate the need
difference of utilize adjectives expected to use to learn and
Philippine literature and adjective correct stress and understand the
to other Asian compliment intonation patterns intonation patterns
Literatures through writing for a coprehensive for a comprehensive
activity. communication. delivery of message
Grade 7 DAILY LESSON LOG

Subject/Learning MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Area Date: JUNE 16, 2014 Date: JUNE 17, 2014 Date: JUNE 18, 2014 Date: JUNE 19, 2014 Date: JUNE 20, 2014

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Introduction to Philippine Narratives Literature Reading Literature Reading


Literature Synonyms and Antonyms Synonyms and Antonyms
 Common genres of  Types of
literature in the Narratives
Philippines
 Folklore/folktales
 Legend
 Myth
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References: Language in Literature 7 Language in Literature 7 Language in Literature 7
Language in Literature 7 English of the New English of the New English of the New
English of the New Generation 7 Generation 7 Generation 7
ENGLISH 7
Generation 7
PHILIPPINE
LITERATURE
Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks:
 Students will be  Students will be  Students will be  Students will have
able to have an able to recall the able to activate a follow up group
overview about definition of prior knowledge activity with
Philippine Literature narratives and its about synonyms regards to the
origin. and antonyms reading material
 They will be able to
understand the  Varied activities  They will be able to
connection of and discussion will  Students are appreciate the
Philippine History to be given to expected to unlock vividness of the
literature emphasize the unfamiliar words narrative through
meaning of through synonyms group discussion and
narratives of and antonyms activities
Philippine
Literature.
Grade 6 DAILY LESSON LOG

Subject/Learning MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


Area Date: JUNE 16, 2014 Date: JUNE 17, 2014 Date: JUNE 18, 2014 Date: JUNE 19, 2014 Date: JUNE 20, 2014

TOPIC: TOPIC: TOPIC: TOPIC:

Using corteous and Courtesy at a Club Intonation Patterns in Intonation Patterns in


Appropriate Language in Meeting statements and questions statements and questions
Speaking

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Rainbows in English 6 Rainbows in English 6 Rainbows in English 6 Rainbows in English 6
English this Way 6 English this Way 6 English this Way 6 English this Way 6

ENGLISH 6
Remarks: Remarks: Remarks: Remarks:
 Students will be  Students will be  Students will be  Students will have
able to express able to express able to activate a follow up group
themselves in themselves in prior knowledge activity with
English language English language about stress and regards to
corteously. corteously. intonation patterns intonation patterns

 They will be able to  They will be able to  Students will be  They will be able to
know common use corteous able to answer appreciate the need
errors in english expressions during activity sheets with to learn and
expressions. club meeting. regards to understand the
intonation patterns intonation patterns
for a comprehensive
delivery of message