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Grades 1 to 12 School Sagpat ES Grade Level VI

DAILY LESSON LOG


Teacher John Harries L. Rillon Learning Area English
Teaching Dates and Time Week 6 (September 18-22, 2017) Quarter Second

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

I. OBJECTIVES

The learner demonstrates…


• understanding of various non-verbal elements in orally communicating information
A. Content Standards
• understanding of non-verbal communication to communicate with others
• understanding that English language is stress-timed to support comprehension
• command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking
• understanding that words are composed of different parts to know that their meaning changes depending in context
• understanding of the research process to write a variety of texts
• express ideas effectively in formal and informal composition to fulfil their own purposes for writing.

The learner…
• orally communicates information, opinions, and ideas effectively to different audiences using variety of literary activities.
B. Performance Standards reads with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension
• uses the correct function of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in general and their functions in various
discourse (oral and written) uses strategies to decode correctly the meaning of words in isolation and in context
• utilizes discrete techniques (general or specific) and applies them appropriately to all or most fields of study
• applies knowledge of non-verbal skills to respectfully give the speaker undivided attention and acknowledge the message
• rewrites/revises texts using appropriate text types for a variety of audiences and purposes

C. Learning Competencies/ EN6OL-IIf-5 EN6V-IIf-12.3.3 EN6G-IIf-6.5 EN6SS-IIf-4 EN6WC-IIf-2.2.5


Objectives Share brief impromptu EN6V-IIf-12.4.1.3 Compose clear and Organize information Write a 4-
Write the LC code for each remarks about topics EN6V-IIf-12.4.2.3 coherent sentences from secondary sources paragraph
of Infer meaning of using appropriate in preparation for writing, composition
interest borrowed words and grammatical structures: reporting and similar showing
content specific Adverbs of place and academic tasks in -cause and effect
EN6F-IIf-2.9 terms using -context time collaboration with others
Self-correct when clues EN6A-IIf-16
reading -affixes and roots EN6A-IIf-16 Show openness to
-other strategies Observe politeness at all criticisms
(EPP) times
Sharing Brief Inferring Meaning of Adverbs of Place and Organizing Information Write a 4-Paragraph
Impromptu Remarks Borrowed Words and Time from Composition Showing
II. CONTENT Content Secondary Sources in Cause and Effect
Specific Terms Using Preparation for Writing,
-Context Clues Reporting and Similar

-Affixes and Roots Academic Tasks in


-Other Strategies Collaboration with Others
(EPP)

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from Activity Sheets in English 6
Learning Resource (LR) (Quarter 2: Week 6)
portal
B. Other Learning Resources

IV. PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing previous lesson or Do “Let’s Try This” Presentation of the Do “Let’s Try This” Ask: What are the Ask: What are the
presenting the new lesson learners’ commercial Activity Sheet in English adverbs of time and secondary sources
Activity Sheet in output 6 (Quarter 2: Week 6- place that you learned from the situations
English 6 (Quarter 2: Day 3, p.1) yesterday? given to you?
Week 6-Day 1, p. 1) Can you give sentences
Ask: What are the using those words? Let the learners
words used to tell when identify the secondary
the party will be sources.
celebrated?
B. Establishing a purpose for the Ask: Did you ever try to Ask: Who among Ask questions like: Do “Let’s Try This” Do “Let’s Try This”
lesson deliver a speech in you are good at When is your
front of many people? cooking? What do birthday? How often Activity Sheet in English 6 Activity Sheet in
How did it feel? you cook? do you visit your (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 4, English 6 (Quarter 2:
doctor? p. 1) Week 6-Day 5, p. 1)
Let the learners share When do we celebrate
their personal Christmas?
experiences.
C. Presenting Do “Let’s Study This” Read “Let’s Study This” Read “Let’s Study This” Do “Let’s Study This” Read “Let’s Study
examples/instances of the Adverbs of place and This”
new lesson Activity Sheet in Activity Sheet in English time Activity Sheet in English 6
English 6 (Quarter 2: 6 (Quarter 1: Week 6- (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 4, Activity Sheet in
Week 6-Day 1, pp. 1-2) Day 2, p. 1) Activity Sheet in English pp. 1-2) English 6 (Quarter 1:
6 (Quarter 2: Week 6- Week 6-Day 5,
Day 3, pp. 1-2) pp. 1-2)
D. Discussing new concepts and Do “Let’s Do This” Do Task 1: Let’s Talk Answer “Let’s Do This” Discuss the guide Do “Let’s Do This”
practicing new skills #1 About It Task 1 questions in analyzing a Task 1-Talk about
Activity Sheet in secondary source. the important
English 6 (Quarter 2: Activity Sheet in English Activity Sheet in English 6 things to
Week 6-Day 1, p. 2) 6 (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day Answer “Let’s Do This” remember in
2, p. 2) 3, p. 2) making
Activity Sheet in English 6 composition.

E. Discussing new concepts and Do “Task 2” Continuous Answer “Let’s Do More” Answer “Let’s Do More” (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 4, Activity Sheet in
practicing new skills #2 Story Task 2 – Pick the Clues Task 2 p. 2) English 6 (Quarter 2:
. Week 6-Day 5, p. 2)
Activity Sheet in Activity Sheet in English Activity Sheet in English
English 6 (Quarter 2: 6 (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 6
Week 6-Day 1, pp. 2-3) 2, pp. 2-3) (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day
3, pp. 2- 3)
F. Developing mastery (leads to Do. “Let’s Do Some Do “Let’s Do Some Do “Let’s Do More” Do “Let’s Do More”
Formative Assessment 3) More” More” Task 2 Task 2
Task 3 Task 3
Activity Sheet in English 6 Activity Sheet in
Activity Sheet in Activity Sheet in English (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 4, English 6 (Quarter 2:
English 6 (Quarter 2: 6 (Quarter 2: Week 6- pp. 3-5) Week 6-Day 5, p. 3)
Week 6-Day 1, p. 3) Day 3, p. 3)
G. Finding practical applications Ask: In what situations Ask: When can we apply Ask: In what in real life Ask: Where do we apply Ask: How do visual
of concepts and skills in daily can using context clues in situations can we apply the skill in analysing media help us
living we apply the skill in real life situations? the skill in composing different sources? understand what is
delivering impromptu clear and coherent being depicted?
remarks? sentences using adverbs
of time and place?
H. Making generalizations and Read “Let’s Read “Let’s Remember” Read “Let’s Remember” Read “Let’s Remember Discuss to the class:
abstractions about the lesson Remember” This”
Activity Sheet in English Activity Sheet in English A good composition
Activity Sheet in 6 (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 6 Activity Sheet in English 6 has an introduction, a
English 6 (Quarter 2: 2, p. 4) (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 3, (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 4, body, and a
Week 6-Day 1, p. 4) p. 4) p. 7) conclusion.
I. Evaluating learning Do “Task 4” Do “Let’s Test Ourselves” Do “Let’s Test Answer “Let’s Test Do “Let’s Test
Task 3 Ourselves” Ourselves” Ourselves”
Activity Sheet in Task 4 Task 3 Task 3
English 6 (Quarter 2: Activity Sheet in English
Week 6-Day 1, p. 3) 6 (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day Activity Sheet in English Activity Sheet in English 6 Activity Sheet in
2, p. 3) 6 (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 4, English 6 (Quarter 2:
(Quarter 2: Week 6-Day pp. 5-6) Week 6-Day 5, p. 4)
3, pp. 3-4)
J. Additional activities for Let the learners Do “Let’s Enrich Answer “Let’s Enrich
application or remediation practice how to deliver Ourselves” Ourselves”
impromptu remarks in Task 4 Task 4
any event.
Activity Sheet in English Activity Sheet in English 6
6 (Quarter 2: Week 6- (Quarter 2: Week 6-Day 4,
Day 2, p.4) p. 7)

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION

A. No. of learners who earned


80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation
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?