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GRADE 3 – SY 2018-2019

1ST QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 WORD DEFINITIONS
OF THE WORDS USED
TO SPELL (40 mins)
DAY 5
 READING
COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
WEEK 2 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 WORD DEFINITIONS
OF THE WORDS USED
TO SPELL (40 mins)
DAY 5
READING COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
WEEK 3 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 WORD DEFINITIONS
OF THE WORDS USED
TO SPELL (40 mins)
DAY 5
READING COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
WEEK 4 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 WORD DEFINITIONS
OF THE WORDS USED
TO SPELL (40 mins)
DAY 5
READING COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
WEEK 5 HOW TO WRITE A SENTENCE DAY 4
DAY 1  SPELLING (10~15
 Quick recap of WEEK 4 mins)
 Review imperative sentence Give examples  WORD DEFINITIONS
 Practice writing/identifying imperative sentences. OF THE WORDS USED
DAY 2 TO SPELL (40 mins)
 Review exclamatory sentences  Give examples DAY 5
READING COMPREHENSION
 REMEMBER to emphasize writing COMPLETE SENTENCES and not just
(WORKSHEETS)
phrases!
 Practice writing/identifying imperative sentences
DAY 3
 GAME QUIZ!!! Rearrange words to form sentences
WEEK 6 NOUNS DAY 4
DAY 1  SPELLING (10~15
 Define nouns (words that represent or point to people, things, mins)
places, events, and animals)  WORD DEFINITIONS
 Give examples of nouns OF THE WORDS USED
 Nouns = Names TO SPELL (40 mins)
 SEATWORK: Make children read a passage (write on board or give as DAY 5
written seatwork – write and copy) and ask them to encircle the READING COMPREHENSION
nouns (WORKSHEETS)
DAY 2
 Review the meaning of nouns
 State two kinds of nouns: COMMON and PROPER
 Give difference between proper and common nouns (common nouns =
general name / not the exact name | proper nouns = the specific
name / the exact name)
 Give examples of common and proper nouns on the board (grid)
 SEATWORK: Fill in the table
DAY 3
 Review common and proper nouns
 GAME QUIZ: Flash nouns on screen and ask kids to identify whether
common or proper
 Video recap
WEEK 7 PLURAL FORM OF NOUNS – REGULAR DAY 4
DAY 1  SPELLING (10~15
 Talk about singular vs plural nouns mins)
 Singular = only one noun e.g. girl // Plural = more than one e.g.
girls
 Write down the rules for pluralizing REGULAR nouns then ask them  WORD DEFINITIONS
to copy OF THE WORDS USED
 After making them copy, explain what you wrote TO SPELL (40 mins)
 Make sure to write at least THREE (3) examples for EACH rule DAY 5
DAY 2 READING COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
 Review rules for pluralizing regular nouns
 Seatwork: Write down list of singular words (10) and make kids
answer with their pluralized versions
DAY 3
 Give them the answers for the seatwork and review them
 Video recap
 INDIVIDUAL QUIZ: Fill in the blank (of a sentence) by supplying
the necessary pluralized version of the word (?)
WEEK 8 PLURAL FORM OF NOUNS – IRREGULAR AND COLLECTIVE DAY 4
DAY 1  SPELLING (10~15
 Review rules of pluralizing nouns mins)
 Discuss IRREGULAR nouns, nouns that don’t follow the rules  WORD DEFINITIONS
 Give at least 20 examples of irregular nouns OF THE WORDS USED
DAY 2 TO SPELL (40 mins)
 Define collective nouns DAY 5
READING COMPREHENSION
 Give at least 10 examples of collective nouns
(WORKSHEETS)
 SEATWORK
DAY 3
 QUIZ: Fill in the blank with the appropriate collective noun

2ND QUARTER
WEEK 1 VERBS – INTRODUCTION
WEEK 2 VERBS – BE-VERBS
WEEK 3 VERBS – SIMPLE PRESENT
WEEK 4 VERBS – SIMPLE PRESENT
WEEK 5 VERBS – PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
WEEK 6 VERBS – PAST TENSE
WEEK 7 VERBS – FUTURE TENSE
WEEK 8 SYNTHESIS

3RD QUARTER
WEEK 1 PRONOUNS – INTRODUCTION
WEEK 2 PRONOUNS – DEMONSTRATIVE
WEEK 3 PRONOUNS – PERSONAL
WEEK 4 PRONOUNS – POSSESSIVE
WEEK 5 ADJECTIVES – INTRODUCTION / DESCRIPTIVE
WEEK 6 ADJECTIVES – DESCRIPTIVE
WEEK 7 ADJECTIVES – DEGREES OF COMPARISON
WEEK 8 ADJECTIVES – DEGREES OF COMPARISON

4TH QUARTER
WEEK 1 PREPOSITIONS – INTRODUCTION // TO VS FROM
WEEK 2 PREPOSITIONS – AMONG VS BETWEEN // IN, ON, UNDER,
ABOVE
WEEK 3 PREPOSITIONS – IN, ON, UNDER, ABOVE
WEEK 4 PREPOSITIONS – SYNTHESIS
WEEK 5 ADVERBS – INTRODUCTION // ADVERB OF TIME
WEEK 6 ADVERB OF MANNER
WEEK 7 ADVERB OF PLACE
WEEK 8 WHAT IS A PARAGRAPH // HOW TO WRITE A PARAGRAPH
GRADE 4 – SY 2018-2019
1ST QUARTER
WEEK 1 REVIEW WEEK — COMMON VS PROPER; PLURAL NOUNS DAY 4
DAY 1  SPELLING (10~15
 Review meaning of NOUN  represents or points to a person, mins)
animal, thing, place, event | NAME  WORD DEFINITIONS
 Two kinds of NOUNS common and proper OF THE WORDS USED
 COMMON NOUN: “pambalana” / general or not the exact name TO SPELL (40 mins)
 PROPER NOUN: “pantangi” / specific name, starts with a CAPITAL DAY 5
LETTER  READING
 Give 5 examples COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
 SEATWORK: Complete table of common vs proper nouns
DAY 2
 Review singular vs plural nouns
 Singular only one
 Plural  more than one
 Give rules for regular nouns’ pluralization
 Give 1 example for each rule
 SEATWORK: Fill in the blanks
DAY 3
 Review singular vs plural say there are nouns that do NOT follow
the rules
 Give examples of irregular nouns in plural form
 Give meaning of collective nouns
 Give 10 examples of collective nouns
 SEATWORK: Part 1 (irregular nouns); Part 2 (collective nouns)
WEEK 2 MASS NOUNS VS COUNT NOUNS; COUNTING IN ENGLISH
DAY 1—MASS VS COUNT NOUNS
 Review singular vs plural, then transition to lesson: “Do you
know why some nouns don’t follow the rules in pluralization?”
 Define mass and count nouns
 Give 10 examples of mass nouns
 Give 10 examples of count nouns
 SEATWORK: Complete the table (mass vs count) using words from
the box (cloud, boy, water, etc)  make worksheet
DAY 2—QUANTIFIERS
 Define what “quantifier” is a word written BEFORE noun to
tell us how many of the noun there is
 We can use them with countable and mass nouns
 Give EXAMPLES (important); emphasize that there are quantifiers
used for both mass and count nouns, and quantifiers that are
used only mass or count nouns
1. Some
2. Many
3. Few
4. More
5. All
SEE MORE HERE:
http://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/grammar-lesson-
quantifiers.php
https://www.tesol-direct.com/tesol-resources/english-grammar-
guide/quantifiers/
 SEATWORK: Fill in the blanks (5 sentences) using the words
provided in a box (make sure to mix count and mass nouns)
DAY 3
 REVIEW mass vs count nouns and quantifiers, and the rules for
quantifiers
 QUIZ GAME: (Group) Part 1 (10 items) identify if mass or count
nouns | Part 2 (10 items) Give the appropriate quantifier for
the noun I am going to say (write it down)
WEEK 3 CONCRETE VS ABSTRACT NOUNS
DAY 1
 Differentiate between CONRETE and ABSTRACT nouns
 CONCRETE nouns you can identify using one of, or all of, your
five senses (sight, smell, touch, taste, hearing)
 ABSTRACT nouns are the opposite  cannot identify with any or
all of your five senses
 Give 5 examples of each
 GRADED RECITATION (take note of it in the blackboard so they
can see LOL / Add the points to QUIZ for this week)—Ask for
their own examples
DAY 2
 REVIEW of Day 1. Literally, review everything. They easily
forget lessons
 Question day, if they have any questions.
 Focus Day: If majority of class gets it, focus on the ones who
don’t (the ones who understand can go for break)
DAY 3
 QUIZ GAME! (GROUP): Identify if each the given words are
CONCRETE or ABSTRACT (20 given words, give 7-10 seconds to
write)
WEEK 4 POSSESSIVE FORM OF NOUNS
DAY 1
 Define what the possessive form of nouns does  shows
belongingness or ownership between nouns
 What are the rules?  use apostrophe + s
 Give 10 sentence examples
 SEATWORK: 5 numbers. Convert phrases to possessive form (“The
trophy of John” to “John’s trophy”)
DAY 2
 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
 Define PRONOUN  replaces a noun so that you don’t have to
keep repeating the same noun; e.g. Robert  He; Sheena  She;
Clock  It
 Sample sentences (5)
 So what is a POSSESSIVE PRONOUN? It is also a pronoun in that
it replaces a noun but this time, because they are possessive,
they are used to show belongingness
 Give examples: his, her, their, its, mine, my, your, yours,
theirs, mine.
 Give sentence examples
SEE MORE HERE: http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-
possessive-pronouns.html
 SEATWORK: Fill in the blanks in the sentences with appropriate
possessive pronoun
DAY 3
 QUIZ GAME! (20 items)
WEEK 5 NOUN PHRASES
DAY 1
 Give definition of NOUN PHRASE  it is a phrase (more than
one word) that is also a noun because it represents a person,
place, thing, animal, or event.
 Consists of a MODIFIER + NOUN  a MODIFIER changes the meaning
of a noun and makes it special or distinct from other nouns
 Give EXAMPLES (IMPORTANT); at LEAST 10
 GRADED RECITATION: Ask for volunteers to fill in the table at
the board
DAY 2
 Review NOUN PHRASE
DAY 3
 QUIZ GAME (10 seconds) – write on the designated group boards a
NOUN PHRASE based on the noun I am going to say (for example, I
give the noun “cookie” and you must write a noun phrase based
on that)
WEEK 6 SENTENCE VS NON-SENTENCE/PHRASE
WEEK 7 4 KINDS OF SENTENCES
WEEK 8 HOW TO WRITE A SENTENCE

2ND QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 WORD DEFINITIONS
OF THE WORDS USED
TO SPELL (40 mins)
DAY 5
 READING
COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8

3RD QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 WORD DEFINITIONS
OF THE WORDS USED
TO SPELL (40 mins)
DAY 5
 READING
COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8

4TH QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 WORD DEFINITIONS
OF THE WORDS USED
TO SPELL (40 mins)
DAY 5
 READING
COMPREHENSION
(WORKSHEETS)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8
GRADE 5 – SY 2018-2019
1ST QUARTER
WEEK 1 VERBS – SIMPLE TENSES DAY 4
DAY 1  SPELLING (10~15
What are verbs?  Action words mins)
Verbs have tense forms, which show us WHEN the action takes place:  READING DAY (40
past, present, future mins)
Past  main action happened before; Present  main action is DAY 5
happening right now or happens every day; Future  main action  LIBRARY DAY (whole
still has to happen time)

Focus on PRESENT TENSE rules (+s / +es)


Give examples of sentences with verbs in present tense.

DAY 2
Review of Day 1
Focus on PAST TENSE  rules (+ed / +d/ +ied)
Give examples of sentences with verbs in past tense.

DAY 3
Review of Days 1 & 2
Focus on FUTURE TENSE  rules ( +will)
Give examples of sentences with verbs in future tense.
WEEK 2 VERBS – ASPECTS
DAY 1
Short quiz on VERB TENSES (10 items)  must finish within 20 mins,
with reviewing answers
Introduce ASPECTS  if TENSES tells us about the TIME when we made
the action, ASPECTS tells us if we FINISHED or are still CONTINUING
the action.
WEEK 3 VERBS – ASPECTS

WEEK 4 MODALS
WEEK 5 MODALS
WEEK 6 CONJUNCTIONS
WEEK 7 CONJUNCTIONS
WEEK 8

2ND QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 READING DAY (40
mins)
DAY 5
 LIBRARY DAY (whole
time)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8
3RD QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 READING DAY (40
mins)
DAY 5
 LIBRARY DAY (whole
time)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8

4TH QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 READING DAY (40
mins)
DAY 5
 LIBRARY DAY (whole
time)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8
GRADE 6 – SY 2018-2019
1ST QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 READING DAY (40
mins)
DAY 5
 LIBRARY DAY (whole
time)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8

2ND QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 READING DAY (40
mins)
DAY 5
 LIBRARY DAY (whole
time)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8

3RD QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 READING DAY (40
mins)
DAY 5
 LIBRARY DAY (whole
time)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8
4TH QUARTER
WEEK 1 DAY 4
 SPELLING (10~15
mins)
 READING DAY (40
mins)
DAY 5
 LIBRARY DAY (whole
time)
WEEK 2
WEEK 3
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8