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ENGLISH GRADE 7

FIRST QUARTER

CLUSTER COMPETENCIES WITH THE BUDGET OF TIME

CONTENT STANDARD: The learner demonstrates understanding of: pre-colonial Philippine literature as a means of connecting to the past; various reading styles; ways of
determining word meaning; the sounds of English and the prosodic features of speech; and correct subject-verb agreement.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD: The learner transfers learning by: showing appreciation for the literature of the past; comprehending texts using appropriate reading styles;
participating in conversations using appropriate context-dependent expressions; producing English sounds correctly and using the prosodic features of speech effectively in
various situations; and observing correct subject-verb agreement.

SUPPORTING
DOMAIN POWER COMPETENCIES CODE CODE BUDGET OF TIME
COMPETENCIES
Use the appropriate EN7RC-I-a-7 Use non-linear visuals EN7RC-I-e-2.15
reading style (scanning, as comprehensive aids
skimming, speed in content texts
reading, intensive Transcode orally and in
reading etc.) for one’s writing the information EN7SS-I-e-1.2
purpose presented in diagrams,
Scan for specific EN7SS-I-a-1.5.2 charts, table, graphs,
information etc.
READING EN7SS-I-b-1.5.1 EN7SS-I-h-1.2 1 WEEK
Give the meaning of
Skim for major ideas given signs and
using headings as symbols (road signs,
guide EN7RC-I-c-7.1 prohibited signs, etc.) EN7RC-I-i-14
Follow directions using
Read intensively to find a map
answers to specific
questions
Discover literature as a EN7LT-I-a-1 Describe the different
means of connecting to literary genres during
a significant past the pre-colonial period EN7LT-I-a-2
Identify the
distinguishing features
of proverbs, myths,
and legends , or other EN7LT-I-a-2.1
factors
Explain how the
elements specific to a
EN7LT-I-b-2.2
genre contribute to the
theme of a particular
literary selection
Express appreciation EN7LT-I-c-2.2.1
for sensory images
used EN7LT-I-d-2.2.2
LITERATURE 2 WEEKS
Explain the literary
devices used
Determine the tone,
mood, technique, and EN7LT-I-f-2.2.3
purpose of the author
Draw similarities and
differences of the
featured selections in EN7LT-I-h-2.3
relation to the theme
Explain how a selection
may be influenced by
culture, history,
environment, or other
EN7LT-I-i-3
factors
Recognize the common EN7WC-I-a-4.1 Distinguish between EN7WC-I-a-4
WRITING purposes for writing oral and written 1 WEEK
language use
Differentiate literary
writing from academic EN7WC-I-c-4.2
writing
Identify basic features EN7WC-I-d-4.3
and kinds of paragraph
Sequence steps in EN7WC-I-g-4.4
writing a simple
paragraph
Retell a chosen myth
EN7WC-I-i-2.2
or legend in a series of
simple paragraphs
Observe correct EN7G-I-e-11
GRAMMAR subject-verb 1 WEEK
agreement
Use the rising EN7OL-I-f1.14.4 Observe the correct EN7F-I-a-3.11
intonation pattern with production of vowel
YesNo and tag and consonant sounds,
questions; the rising- diphthongs, blends,
falling intonation with glides, etc.
information- seeking Read words phrases,
questions, option clauses, sentences and EN7F-I-a-3.11.1
questions and with paragraphs using the
statements correct production of
ORAL LANGUAGE AND vowel and consonant
2 WEEKS
FLUENCY sounds, diphthongs,
blends and glides EN7OL-I-b1.14
Use appropriate
prosodic features of
speech like pitch,
stress, juncture,
intonation, volume and
projection and
rate/speed of speech
in differing oral
communication
situations
Observe the correct
pitch levels (high, EN7OL-I-c1.14.2
medium, low) when
reading lines of poetry,
sample sentences and
paragraphs
Use the correct stress
EN7OL-I-d1.14.3
(primary, secondary,
tertiary and weak)
when reading passages
Observe and use EN7OL-I-i-1.14.5
correct
juncture/phrasing and
rate of speech when
reading sample
passages (prose or
poetry)
Recognize prosodic EN7LC-I-a-5 Listen for important
features: volume, points signalled by
projection, pitch, volume, projection, EN7LC-I-a-5.1
stress, intonation, pitch, stress,
juncture, and speech intonation, juncture,
rate that serve as and rate of speech
carriers of meaning Note the changes in
volume, projection, 1 WEEK
LISTENING EN7LC-I-a-5.2
pitch, stress,
intonation, juncture,
and rate of speech that
affect meaning
Listen for important
points signalled by EN7LC-I-c-5.1
volume, projection,
pitch, stress,
intonation, juncture,
and rate of speech

TOTAL OF WEEKS 8 WEEKS

Prepared by:

MS. NIÑA ROMINA G. NAVALTA


English Teacher

Noted by:

MRS. LINA DB. JAVALUYAS


High School Principal
ENGLISH GRADE 7
SECOND QUARTER

CLUSTER COMPETENCIES WITH THE BUDGET OF TIME

CONTENT STANDARD: The learner demonstrates understanding of: Philippine literature during the Period of Apprenticeship as a means of examining conflicts; various
purposeful listening and viewing strategies; difference between literal and figurative language; ways to extract and condense information based on library sources; verbal and
non-verbal cues in oral communication; and types of phrases, clauses, and sentences.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD: The learner transfers learning by: resolving conflicts presented in literary selections; using tools and mechanisms in locating library resources;
extracting information and noting details from texts to write a précis, summary, or paraphrase; distinguishing between and using literal and figurative language and verbal and
non-verbal cues; use phrases, clauses, and sentences meaningfully and appropriately.

SUPPORTING
DOMAIN POWER COMPETENCIES CODE CODE BUDGET OF TIME
COMPETENCIES
Use appropriate EN7SS-II-a-1 Use the card catalog, EN7SS-II-a-1.5.3
mechanisms/tools in the online public
the library for locating access catalog, or
resources electronic search
engine to locate
READING specific resources 1 WEEK
Get information from
the different parts of a
EN7SS-II-d1.3/1.4
book and from general
references in the
library
Discover the conflicts EN7LT-II-a-4 Identify the EN7LT-II-a-4.1
presented in literary distinguishing features
LITERATURE 1 WEEK
selections and the of literature during the
need to resolve those
conflicts in nonviolent Period of
ways Apprenticeship
Draw similarities and Explain how the
differences of the elements specific to a
featured selections in genre contribute to the
relation to the theme EN7LT-II-g-2.3 theme of a particular EN7LT-II-c-2.2
Explain how a selection literary selection
may be influenced by Explain the literary
culture, history, devices used
EN7LT-II-h-3 EN7LT-II-0-2.2.2
environment, or other Determine tone, mood,
factors technique, and
purpose of the author
EN7LT-II-f-2.2.3
Extract information EN7WC-II-a-5 Identify key ideas EN7WC-II-d-5.1
from a text using a Identify supporting
WRITING summary, precis, and details EN7WC-II-f-5.2 1 WEEK
paraphrase

Use phrases, clauses, EN7G-II-c-1


and sentences
appropriately and
meaningfully
GRAMMAR Discriminate between EN7V-II-a-10.1 Classify sample texts EN7V-II-a10.1.1
literal and figurative into literal or figurative
language Identify figures of
speech that show 2 WEEKS
comparison (simile EN7V-II-c-10.1.2
metaphor,
VOCABULARY personification)
Identify figures of
EN7V-II-f-10.1.3
speech that show
contrast (irony,
oxymoron, paradox)
Use verbal and non EN7OL-II-a-4 Use appropriate verbal EN7OL-II-a-4.1 2 WEEKS
verbal cues in and nonverbal cues
conversations, dialogs, when developing,
and interviews maintaining and ending
conversations and
dialogs
Employ correct turn-
taking, turngiving and
EN7OL-II-c-2.7
topic control strategies
in conversations and
dialogs
Use appropriate
techniques and
ORAL LANGUAGE AND strategies when asking EN7OL-II-f-3.7
FLUENCY questions and eliciting
answers
Observe and use the
appropriate gestures EN7OL-II-g2.6.2
(handbody) that
accompany oral
language
Use the correct pitch,
juncture, stress,
volume and projection EN7OL-II-i-1.14
and rate/speed of
speech in
conversations and
dialogs
Recognize main/key EN7LC-II-b-3.3 Use listening strategies EN7LC-II-a-6
ideas based on purpose,
familiarity with the
LISTENING 1 WEEK
topic and levels of
difficulty of short texts
listened to
Extract information
from the text listened EN7LC-II-a-6.1
to
Note specific
details/elements of the
text listened to EN7LC-II-c2.1/3.1
Recognize signals/ cues
to determine the order
of ideas/events
EN7LC-II-e-4
Determine the tone
and mood of the
speaker or characters
in the narrative EN7LC-II-f2.13
listened to
Infer the purpose of
the text listened to
Make predictions EN7LC-II-g2.8.3
about the contents of
the texts listened to EN7LC-II-h-2.5
Infer thoughts and
feelings expressed in EN7LC-II-i-6.2
the text listened to

Simplify ideas
EN7WC-II-h-5.3
TOTAL OF WEEKS 8 WEEKS

Prepared by:

MS. NIÑA ROMINA G. NAVALTA


English Teacher
Noted by:

MRS. LINA DB. JAVALUYAS


High School Principal