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St. Alphonsus Catholic School (Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu) Inc.

High School Department


SY 2014 – 2015

LEARNING PLAN
GRADE 7- Nurturing Friendship with God: Old Testament

Prepared by:

Mr. Renante C. Rocal


Teacher

Noted by:

Mr. Nilo E. Castro Sister Marjorie G. Genada, FDNSC Mrs. Maria Elvina A. Ponce
CLE Area Coordinator Asst. Principal Principal
Subject: CLE Quarter : First
Level : Grade 7 Date : June 16, 2014
Topic : Introductory Lessons Number of Meetings: 8

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
CLE ORIENTATION Motivation: Brainstorming/Role Play- “The World Today” Formative:
Within the period, the students PROCEDURE:
 Sudents will be grouped into 5 members.(15 minutes)
are expected to:  On the first page the lecture
 Brainstorming about the things they observed in our world
notebook, write your goal
today. (positive or negative)
 identify the significance of the for this school year.
CLE program as the core of the Materials/References:  Presentation.
curriculum Interaction:
- CLE Grade 7  What are the things you observed in the presentation?
Syllabus  What do you think are the reasons why these things are
- Holy Bible happening?
 participate actively in the group - Nurturing
activity  Cite the importance of the CLE subject in nurturing frienship
Friendship with with God.
God: Old Testament Integration:
 be grateful to God for drawing (Textbook)  How are you going to be a true Alphonsian with the help of the
them close to Him through the CLE program and what attitudes should be manifested?
CLE course  Integrate with the “Year of the Laity” also with our quarterly
theme.
Values: Love and Compassion, Ora et Labora, Humility, Perseverance
Synthesis:
 CLE aims to help the students to be reminded with their
responsibilities to become mature Christians and their social
responsibility as part of the Alphonsian community.
Agreement:
 Prayer Composotion(beginning and end of the class)

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Day 2 CLE ORIENTATION- Introduction: Formative:


Requirements, Scope and Motivation: “Pantomime”
Within the period, the students are PROCEDURE:
expected to: Sequence,Grading System  Students are asked to do a pantomime of their previous learning  Draw a symbol that describe
and Book in CLE. a person who is truly ready
 appraise with the topics to be  What were presented by the group? to embark to a new school
discussed in the subject Interaction: year. (example: a glass with
 What preparation you are to make for you to pass the subject? a half-full water inside)
Materials/References:  The following are to be discussed:
 demonstrate how CLE program -Paper and pen - CLE Requirements
could help them in their - Scope and Sequence
- Visual materials
Christian Life - Grading System
- Book
Integration:
 evaluate their actions and faith
 How could the topics can help the student become a true
of their own selves and in God alphonsian?
based on the CLE curriculum
Values: awareness and cooperation, respect

Synthesis:
 The CLE program is designed to form mature Christians who
are critically and genuinely involved in the building of a truly
Christian community.
Agreement:
 Bring your Bible.
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Day 3 Introduction: Formative:


BEC Activity Motivation: “Plastic cup tower”
Within the period, the students are PROCEDURE:  BEC grouping and planning
expected to:  The students will be grouped into 6 groups.
of BEC scrapbook
 The students will build a tower using plastic cups.
 explain BEC in their own words;  What is the feeling when you are asked to do the activity?
Materials/References:
 What are the elements needed to make you succeed in the
 Disposable Cup process?
 show interest in the planning and  Yarn Interaction:
organizing BEC and;  Rubber bond  The significance of being involved in a communal acitivity.
 The essential elements in succeeding in any BEC activity.
Integration:
 group themselves and plan for the  What will be your attitude towards the BEC in your parish?
BEC scrapbook  How are you going to make BEC more visible as a student in
St. Alphonsius Catholic School?
Values:
 Cooperation and unity
Synthesis:
Christ is present in the community that gathers in prayer, in
worshipping, and in glorifying God. Every work is always
meaningful when it is done as a community and one is certain
that the job can be properly done because he knows that he is
not alone in this journey.

Agreement:

 Bring your Bible and Textbooks


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Day 5 Eucharist and Parts of the Introduction: Formative:


Holy Mass Quiz  Read the instructions and prepare the students for the quiz.
Within the period, the students are Interaction:  Quiz
expected to:  The students will read the instructions carefully and answer the
question religiously.
 follow instructions as indicated for  Review the answer then followed by checking that students may
Materials/References:
smooth flow of the quiz; know where they are standing
 Power Point
Presentation Integration:
 answer the questions honestly and  How can you make your study meaningful and fruitful?
religiously; and Values:
 Honesty, diligence, trust, patience.

 recall the previous discussions and Synthesis:


be able to incorporate them in the  Tests are given to measure the extent students’ learning that
quiz. they may be assessed accordingly and be given appropriate
intervention.

Agreement:
 Bring Bible and subject requirements next meeting.
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Day 5 Introduction: Formative:


BEC: Its mission, vision, Motivation: “Short Story- some of our body parts are arguing who is the
Within the period, the students are characteristics and most important among them.  Students will be asked to
expected to: contributions.  What have you realized while listening to the short story?
plan activities for the BEC.
 explain the importance of being a Interaction:
member of BEC in their classroom  What will happen if all members work and cooperate in your
BEC grouping activities?
Materials/References:  What will be the contribution of BEC to the community?
 plan and organize classroom BEC -My Brother’s Keeper by  The following will be discussed:
activities as well as Parish Gutierrez pp 58-66 - Characteristics and Contributions of BEC.
involvement - Visual aids
Integration:
 What will you do to make others know that you understand
 be responsible to identify ways your true relationship to God and to one another?
and means to be involved in their  How are you going to show that you are members of BEC?
respective BEC groupings
Values:
 Cooperation, unity and faithfulness.

Synthesis:
 BEC brings families together, adults and young people can
have an intimate interpersonal relationship grounded in faith.
 Also, it can help a community become a community of faith,
hope and charity.

Agreement:
 Bring something that you can share to your classmates.

Subject: CLE Quarter : First


Level : Grade 7 Date : June 30-July 04, 2014
Topic : Holy Eucharist Number of Meetings: 8

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 6 Introduction: Formative:


The Holy Eucharist: Its Motivation: “FOOD SHARING and SONG ANALYSIS”
Within the period, the students are parts and importance (One Bread One Body)  What will you do to make
expected to:  The students will begin the class through sharing something to your Sunday a best day for
their classmates.
you?
 explain the meaning of the  How do feel while doing the sharing? What is the difference if
Eucharist the thing you receive is a thing or a food?
Materials/References:  What is the implication of God’s goodness to humankind?
-Internet Sources Interaction:
 look into oneself to feel the true - Power point presentation  What special meal brings us into union with Christ?
meaning of going to mass  How does Jesus satisfy your hunger?
 What is the Holy Eucharist?
 Why is it an important sacrament?
 live out the Eucharist by caring for Integration:
others, sharing what they have,  What must be done to make the celebration of the Eucharist
loving them and understanding become more meaningful to you?
them  How are you going to convince others to participate
Values:
 Faith, commitment, obedience, gratefulness and love.
Synthesis:
 The Holy Eucharist is a Sacred Meal. It brings Catholics
together. It is a dialogue between God and His faithful and it
provides nourishment.
Agreement:
 Prepare for a test tomorrow about the sequence of the mass.

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Day 7 Introduction: Diagnostic Test: (sequence of the
The Holy Eucharist: Its  Students are asked to answer the test honestly. mass and the common responses)
Within the period, the students are Organizational and its Motivation: “Paint me a picture”
expected to: Significance  Students will be given a particular part of the mass and their  .Please see attached page.
goal is to create a picture using their bodies. (BEC groupings)
 enumerate the different actions of Interaction:
the mass and its significance  Why is it important to know the flow of the mass?
 What are the different parts of the mass?
Materials/References:
 What is the significance of each part of the mass?
-Internet Source
 The parts, actions and responses of the mass will be discussed.
 value the importance of the mass - Power point presentation Integration:
through the sincere sharing of  What must be done to make the celebration of the Eucharist
responses in every part of the more meaningful to you?
Mass  How are you going to live the gospel you’ve learned from the
Holy Mass?
Values:
 cite ways on how to actively  Sincerity and Participation
participate in the Eucharist Synthesis:
celebration  The Holy Mass was designed in such a way that the celebration
will not just be meaningful but also it will lead the faithful into
understanding and living the Christian faith.
 The Holy Eucharist is a sacrament and a sacrifice, a memorial
and a re-enactment of His Paschal mystery.
Agreement:
 Research about the Do’s and Don’ts inside the church and while
mass is going on.

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Day 8 Introduction: Formative:


Proper Church Decorum Motivation: “The More the Merrier”
Within the period, the students are  Students will be given a manila paper and their task is to write  Make a signage reflecting
expected to: down the different proper church decorum that they know. ways on how to act
 What does each action tells you? accordingly during the
 be aware of the behavior inside the Materials/References:  What do you feel as you encounter these situations? Mass.
sacred place especially during - Power Point presentation Interaction:
Holy Mass
-Video clip presentation  What should be done during the celebration of the Mass?
- Visual aids  What are the different Church Decorum?
 Why are they considered as important?
 look into oneself to know one’s  Presentation of a video clip about church decorum.
real feeling about going to the Integration:
Mass  What is the relevance of the Holy Eucharist to your life? To
others?
 How are you going to live the Eucharist?
 live the Eucharist by caring for Values:
others, loving them and  Sincerity, Love, Care and Understanding
understanding them
Synthesis:
 We live the Eucharist by:
a. Caring for others
b. Understanding one another
c. Loving others as He loves us
Our faith is credible only if we let Jesus radiates in us.
Agreement:
 Bring your bible and book next meeting

Subject: CLE Quarter : First


Level : Grade 7 Date : July 07-11, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Informs Number of Meetings: 9

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Day 1 Introduction: Formative:
God’s Disclosure: Meaning Motivation: “Picture Analysis” picture that can be found in page 2
Within the period, the students are of Religion and Revelation  Go to your friend or group of friends and share to the whole  Answer the questions that
expected to: class one of your happiest moments as friends and why? can be found in your book.
Interaction:
(worksheet) pages 9-11
 point out the meaning and essence  Can you still remember the name of your first friend in your
of God’s Revelation, which is life?
Materials/References:
God’s initiative to reach out to us  How many friends do you have now?
by making Himself known to us in -Speak Lord- pages 1-7  What did you do to make friends?
loving friendship  Why do you make friends? Why do you think you have
maintained your friendship?
 cite concrete ways on how we Integration:
could respond to God’s revelation  Help the students see the reality of how to be a true friend
as He reaches out to us His through the famous stories of friendship:
friendship 1. What kind of friendship that the Little Prince, Harry Potter,
and St. Clare and St. Francis manifest?
 allow the spirit to express His 2. How do you manifest friendship to others?
connection with the Father though Values:
prayers and gratitude for the gift of  Friendly, belongingness and openness
friendship Synthesis:
 “Love not only your friends but also even your enemies. Pray
for those people you least like specially those who hurt you or
annoy you, or those that make you uncomfortable.”- this is the
challenge of God, that is why He reveal Himself to us (disclose)
Agreement:
 Create new words using the word FRIEND. (see the example in
page 5)

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Day 2 Introduction: Formative:


Ways of Gods Revelation Motivation: Anecdotal Analysis
Within the period, the students are The students will read and analyze the anecdote and find out how God  Listen to the voice of the Spirit
expected to: speaks to us. praying in your soul. Relay the
 recognize that God reveals Materials/References:  What is the message of the story? message by writing of praise
Himself to us here and now in - Speak Lord- pages 2-19  What could be the reason why people were preoccupied? and thanksgiving.
different ways Interaction:
 Do you think this anecdote could possibly happen?
 find out how we respond to the  What do you think is God’s message to us with the recent
different voices of God in our lives natural disasters (typhoon Yolanda and the earthquake last year)
and global economic crisis, or through our family situation?
 celebrate God’s presence among  The 5 basic signs of God’s revelation will be discussed.
us by praising and thanking Him Integration:
 How does God reveal Himself?
 What are the different ways of God’s revelation?
 What do you think God is telling you through your life
situation?
 How can you improve the situation and what contribution can
you make?
 Present the life of Bo Sanchez.
Values:
 Society awareness and belongingness.
Synthesis:
 .God is always with us in every minute of our life.
 God discloses to us something in the events and reality around
us but unfortunately, most often we hardly recognized Him.
Agreement:
 Answer the worksheet that can be found in pages 21-22.

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Day 3 Introduction: Formative:


Where We Can Find God’s Motivation: “Message Relay”- Oral and Written
Within the period, the students are Revelation: Oral Tradition The students will be asked to do two challenges which is a message  As a student, how can you
expected to: and Sacred Scripture relay both in Oral and Written. take part in proclaiming to
Interaction: others that God indeed exist?
 explain that the sources of truths  Which challenge is easier, the Oral with action or the written
are the Oral Tradition and Sacred one?
Scripture Materials/References:  What are your observations about the activity?
- Speak Lord- pages 23-28 Integration:
 appreciate God’s initiative to  Present to the students the importance of knowing the source of
communicate with us our faith: the Oral Tradition and Sacred Scripture.
a. What is Oral Tradition
 learn to worship God in spirit and b. What is Sacred Scripture
truth Values:
 Giving importance in knowing the truth.
Synthesis:
 Oral Tradition and Sacred Scripture then are bound together.
Both Scriptures and Tradition must be accepted and honored
with equal sentiments of devotion and reverence.
Agreement:
 Prepare your lecture notebook. (cover, prayer,
seatwork’s and assignments)

Subject: CLE Quarter : First


Level : Grade 7 Date : July 14-18, 2014
Topic: The Bible as God’s Written Words Number of Meetings: 9
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Day 4 The Bible Introduction: Formative:


 Meaning of the Bible. Motivation: Short contest- “Vocabulary Master”
Within the period, the students are  Major parts of the  Jumbled words will be presented together with their meanings  Read your Bible and list down
expected to: Bible. and the task of the students is to guess the right words. five lines that somehow
 This will be followed by an anecdotal analysis- the students important to you and is
 explain the meaning, background, will be asked to read and analyze the anecdote. (pp. 32) something you can relate.
and structure of the Bible as God’s Interaction:
written word Materials/References:  Why do you think this London skeptic thought that the Bible
-Internet Sources was with unknown author?
 point out ways of how the Bible - Holy Bible  What reality about the Bible does the anecdote present?
can help shape one’s life - Visual Aids  What is the implication of the analogy of this anecdote?
- Speak Lord- pages 31-33  Why is it that the Bible was considered the oldest book, the
 start using the scriptural passages most well-read, and the most translated book in the world?
for prayers and reflections Integration:
 What do you think is the importance of the Bible in your life as
students?
Values:
 Participation, cooperation, and openness.
Synthesis:
 The Bible is the book of faith, for and by the people of God.
Thus, it must be read and understood in the context of one’s
relationship with God and others.
Agreement:
 Scan your Bible and familiarize the different books from the
Old and New Testament.

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Day 5 Books in the Bible Introduction: Formative:


 Books of the Old Motivation: “What’s the First Word Activity”
Within the period, the students are Testament The teacher will give a Bible chapter and verse (ex: John 3:16), and  Answer you Work Sheet that
expected to:  Books of the New students will have to know the first word from this particular reading as can be found in page 41:
Testament fast as they can. Life’s Challenge (A, B, and C)
 identify the different classification Interaction:
of books in the Bible Materials/References:  What is the first book in the Bible?
- Speak Lord- pages 34-37  What is the last book in the Bible?
 find out how to read the text and - Holy Bible  What is the last book in the Old Testament?
reference - Visual aid  What book begins the New Testament?
Integration:
 start using the Sacred Scripture in  The proper way on how to read the texts of the Bible and its
praying importance will be discussed.
Values:
 Participation
Synthesis:
 The Bible is God’s written word and a love letter for us.
 Human friends might not be always with us to listen when we
need them, but the Bible does.
Agreement:
 Read in advance the life of Fr. Cornelio Lagerway, MSC for the
short uiz next meeting.

Subject: CLE Quarter : First


Level : Grade 7 Date : July 17, 2014
Topic: Number of Meetings: 1

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Day 6 1st Mid- Periodical Test Introduction:


 Basic Ecclesial  Giving of guidelines/ rules and regulation in taking the test  1st Mid- Periodical Test
Within the period, the students are Community  Distribution of questionnaires (See attached page)
expected to:  Holy Mass- Sequence Interaction:
and Common  Answering the test proper and they are going to analyze all
 read and answer the given Responses the test before giving the final answers
questions honestly  Ways of God’s Integration:
Revelation  What do you think is the purpose of having a Midterm
 recall important points about the  Oral Tradition and examination?
topics being discussed Sacred Scripture  How prepared are you in this examination?
 What are your preparations made before the examination?
 pray for peace of mind and Materials/References: Values:
guidance before taking the -Holy Bible  Self- confidence, determination and honesty.
examinations. - Paper and Pencil Synthesis:
- Questioner
 Examinations are test of stored knowledge from topics/
lessons discussed but most importantly this is a test of
honesty, perseverance, determination and self- confidence.
Agreement:
 Checking of answers will be done next meeting.

Subject: CLE Quarter : First


Level : Grade 7 Date : July 28- Aug.01, 2014
Topic: Sacs Day Preparation (Dance Steps and Props Making) Number of Meetings: 3
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1-3 Day Preparation (Dance Introduction: Formative:


Steps and Props Making) Interaction:
Within the period, the students are Integration:
expected to: Values:
 Cooperation, Unity and Teamwork.
Materials/References:
 familiarized and master all the Synthesis:
-Provided by the adviser. Agreement:
steps in their field demonstration

 finished their props

 see the values needed in order for


them to celebrate SACS day
fruitfully

Subject: CLE Quarter : First


Level : Grade 7 Date : Aug. 11-14, 2014
Topic: The Bible (continuation) Number of Meetings: 3
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Day 1 The Bible as God’s Written Introduction: Formative:


Words (Continuation) Motivation: Surprise quiz
Within the period, the students are  Name of the books that can be found in the Bible,  Surprise Quiz:
expected to: abbreviations, and on how many books are there in the Bible.
1. Lev ____
Interaction:
Materials/References: 2. Ru _____
 to explain the meaning,  Why do we need to know how to use the Bible?
-Speak Lord- pp. 31- 37 3. Ezr ____
background, and structure of  Compare it with the calculator. Computer.
- Visual aid 4. Sir_____
the Bible as God’s written word  Activity: “Fast and Furious”- students will be given a particular
name of the book, chapter and verse and they have to locate it 5. Prv ____
and read the passage. 6. Exodus __________
 to point out ways how the Bible 7. Nehemiah ________
 This will be discussed after:
can help shape one’s life 8. Ecclesiastes _______
- Major parts of the Bible
- Features of a Bible Page 9. Zechariah ________
 to start using scriptural Integration: 10. Hosea _________
passages for prayers and
reflections  We can also use something usefully if we know how to use that
particular thing.
Values:
 Give value to the most important book in the world- Bible.
Synthesis:
 Reading the Bible is one way of listening to the voice of God.
Agreement:
 “My Own Library”- the students will create their own library
using the books they can found in the Bible.

Subject: CLE Quarter : First


Level : Grade 7 Date : Aug. 11-14, 2014
Topic: Authorship of the Bible: Human and Divine Number of Meetings: 3
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Day 2 Introduction: Formative:


Inspiration of the Bible  Have you experienced being inspired?
Within the period, the students are  How does it feel being inspired?  Prayer Composition
expected to: Materials/References:  When was the last time you were inspired? Why were you (laminated)
-Provided by the adviser. inspired then?
 to discuss the Bible as words of  What do you do when you are insired?
God born out of the faith Interaction:
experience and reflection of the  “Mary and the Holy Spirit”
early faith community  Who appeared to Mary and the apostles in that room?
 What was the effect when the Holy Spirit appeared to them?
 to accept the Bible as God’s  What was the role of the Holy Spirit?
sacred word Integration:
 Why is the Bible the word f God?
 What was the church say about the Bible in terms of
 to honor God’s presence in the
authorship?
Sacred Scripture by praying
more frequently Values:
 Participation, cooperation and belongingness.
Synthesis:
 God did not personally write the Bible. He chose men to write
what He wanted to tell us. The human authors of the Bible are
instruments of God in writing it. The Holy Spirit guided them to
write the truth.
Agreement:
 Study your lessons and we will have a summative test next
meeting.

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Day 3 Introduction: Summative:


Review and Summative Motivation: Question and answer portion- the students will prepare one
Within the period, the students are Test question and answer their own question.  Oral exam based on their
expected to: Interaction:
answer of their own
 Activity: They will read their question aloud and answer them
question.
 recall all the important concepts in directly.
Materials/References: Integration:
the previous discussions
-Provided by the adviser.  In our activity, we interact with each other so as in the
 read and answer the given community where we belong. It can help us become more
questions honestly responsible person.
Values:
 pray for peace of mind and  Good preparation will result to good grades.
guidance before taking the Synthesis:
examinations  This activity is part of your preparation for your 1st periodical
exam.
Agreement:
 Study the topics and prepare for a summative test next meeting.
Subject: CLE Quarter : First
Level : Grade 7 Date : August 18-20, 2014
Topic: First Periodical Exam Number of Meetings: 1
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Day 1 Introduction:
First Periodical Exam - Giving of guidelines/ rules and regulation in taking the test
Within the period, the students are - Distribution of questionnaires.
expected to: Materials/References: Interaction:
-Holy Bible - Answering the test proper and they are going to analyze all
 read and answer the given -Paper and pencil the test before giving the final answers
questions honestly. Integration:
- What is the message the 1st periodical examination for you
 pray for peace of mind and today?
guidance before taking the - How prepared are you in this examination?
examinations. Values:
- Perseverance, acceptance, determination
Synthesis:
- Examinations are test of stored knowledge from topics/
lessons discussed but most importantly this is a test if
honesty, perseverance, and determination.
Agreement:
- Checking of answers will be done next meeting
Subject: CLE Quarter : First
Level : Grade 7 Date : August 21-22, 2014
Topic: First Periodical Test Number of Meetings: 1
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Day 1 Checking of Answer Sheets Introduction: Formative:


 Test answer sheets will be distributed randomly.
Within the period, the students are  Students will be asked if there
expected to: Interaction: are questions about the
 Students are asked to check the test paper properly. answers given.
 identify answers to the questions
given in the test Integration:
 What must be done during the checking of the test answer
 value every answers by checking sheets?
the papers properly
Values:
 point out answers to the questions  Honesty
given in the first periodical test
Synthesis:
 Being honest during the test is important as well as during the
checking of papers.

Agreement:
Subject: CLE Quarter : First/Second
Level : Grade 7 Date : August 25-29, 2014
Topic: Interpretation of the Bible Number of Meetings: 2
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Day 1 Introduction: Formative:


Interpretation of the Bible Motivation: “My Own Interpretation Activity”- students are asked to
Within the period, the students are write their own interpretation on the things they can see in the board.  Give your own
expected to:  What do you think are the pictures all about?
understanding on the given
 What interpretations can you give?
pictures and phrase that you
 participate actively in the
can see in the board.
motivational activity Materials/References: Interaction:
-Speak Lord- pp. 51-52  What do you think is the reason why we do have different
 give their own interpretation on -Paper and pencil answers while looking at the same thing?
the drawing and phrase
Integration:
presented to them
 Why is it important to have a united interpretation when it
comes to interpreting the Scriptures?
 understand clearly the reason
why we do have different Values:
interpretations  Openness and Acceptance

Synthesis:
 We have different interpretations because each one of us is
unique and we judge a thing based on our own experience.

Agreement:
 Find out the difference between the four editions of the Bible.
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Day 2 Interpretation of the Bible Introduction: Formative:


-Four factors to be Motivation: Message Relay- the students will be grouped into four
Within the period, the students are considered in interpreting through counting.  Read and give your own
expected to: the Scripture  What have you noticed to the message you relayed compared to reflection to this Bible
the message read?
- Four Editions of the Bible verse: “He said in reply, It
 explain the proper way to read and  What are the possible reasons why they are not the same?
Interaction:
is written: One does not live
interpret the Bible
The following will be discussed: by bread alone, but by every
 What are the five factors that we must consider when we word that comes forth from
 show the importance of proper Materials/References: interpret the Bible? the mouth of God.” –Mt.
interpretation of the scripture -Speak Lord- pages 53-54  What are the four editions of the Bible? 4:4
- Visual aid  What are their similarities and differences?
 use the Psalm to praise and
thank God for His written Word
Integration:
 What is the importance of knowing the proper way in
interpreting the Scripture?

Values:
 Truth and openness to the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

Synthesis:
 The Bible is Sacred Scripture and as such it is not just a mere
book that presents accurate dates and events. We need to be
guided in interpreting the Bible since there are several factors
we have to consider.

Agreement:
 Answer your worksheet on page 59-60
Subject: CLE Quarter : First/Second
Level : Grade 7 Date : September 1-5, 2014
Topic: Value of the Old Testament Number of Meetings: 2
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction: Formative:


Value of the Old Testament: Motivation: Dramatization: The Rabbi and the Soap Maker
Within the period, the students are Introduction  Ask two students to act out the story.  What is the implication of
expected to: the soap maker’s answer:
Interaction:
“Soap is never effective
 point out that the Old Testament  What is the message of the anecdote above?
unless used to religion or to
gives us the living word of God  Why did the rabbi bring the soap maker to the park?
the words of God in the
that bring God’s promise of Materials/References:  Why did he (rabbi) ask if the soap was ineffective?
salvation to us Bible.”
-Speak Lord- pages 61-63
- Visual aid Integration:
 stress that the Old Testament  As a human person, we value either a thing or a person:
provides the background for  What is the most valuable thing in your life and why?
interpreting our own  Who is the most valuable person in your life and why?
experiences as well as the word,  Old Testament is valuable because we can read stories of how
examples and presence of God enters in the history of human hearts.
Christ, our Savior
Values:
 Truth and Christ Centeredness
 realize that when the Holy
Scripture are read in the Synthesis:
Church, it is Christ Himself  We value a person or a thing or a person when they are useful/
who speaks to us important to us and they play an important role in our life.

Agreement:
 Prepare for a short quiz next meeting. (three reasons why the
Old Testament is valuable)

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Day 2 Introduction: Formative:
Value of the Old Testament: Motivation: Sharing of personal experience about God’s promise that
Within the period, the students are  The Old Testament as says, “I will be with you.”  Answer your Work Sheet-
expected to: the Living Word of  What have you learn from my story? Life’s Challenge, # 1 and 2.
God 
 point out that the Old Testament  The Old Testament as Interaction:
gives us the living word of God a help to understand  Discussion of the three reasons why God’s word in the Old
that bring God’s promise of Christ as our savior. Testament is valuable:
salvation to us  Plan of Salvation.  The Old Testament as the Living Word of God
 The Old Testament as a help to understand Christ as our savior.
 stress that the Old Testament  Plan of Salvation
provides the background for
interpreting our own Integration:
experiences as well as the word, Materials/References:  Do you believe in the promise of God that He will be with us
examples and presence of -Speak Lord- pages 63-65 always?
Christ, our Savior - Visual aid
Values:
 Truth and Christ- Centeredness
 realize that when the Holy
Scripture are read in the Synthesis:
Church, it is Christ Himself  The Old Testament is an indispensible part of the Sacred
who speaks to us Scripture. Its books are divinely inspired and retain a permanent
value, for the Old Covenant has never been revoked.

Agreement:
 Write your personal experience about God’s promise that He
will be with us always.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Second


Level : Grade 7 Date : September 8-12, 2014
Topic: Unit II: God’s Word Forms Number of Meetings: 10
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Day 1 Introduction: Formative:


Motivation: Riddle Analysis- The students will be asked to read and
Within the period, the students are Creation: His Word is Life analyze the questions of the riddle. Prayer Composition
expected to:  The students will compose
Interaction:
their own thanksgiving
 describe the truth of Creation Materials/References: 1. Can you guess the answer of the riddle? Is it a living or a non-
prayer to their creator.
that God’s loving creativity -Speak Lord- pages 78-79 living thing?
builds into each of us a - Visual aids 2. What is the difference between a living and a non- living thing?
3. Who made all the living things?
meaning, purpose, and destiny - CFC, 351, 353-354, 352,
4. If god made all the living things, what do you call God and His
which nothing can take away 356 creations?
from us - CCC 280, 288
Integration:
 identify the value of being The following topics will be discussed:
created and our responsibility  What is the difference between creation, creator and creature?
as stewards of creation  What is the appearance of the earth before creation?
 How about today?
 praise God as a sign of
gratitude to God’s goodness in Values:
God’s creation  Participation, cooperation and appreciation

Synthesis:
 The truth of creation means that God’s loving creativity builds
us into each of us a meaning, purpose and destiny which
nothing can take away from us. (CFC 352)
Agreement:

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Day 2 Introduction: Formative:


Creation Story: Life’s Motivation: Present scrambled words related to creation story (creation
Within the period, the students are Responses story, genesis...)  What can I contribute in
expected to: A. What God Tells Us helping my society become
Through Creation Interaction: a better place to live?
 identify God’s messages of the B. How God Wants Us  What does God tells us through creation?
creation to Live  How God want us to live?
 What is the message of God’s creation?
 appreciate God for His gift of
love Integration:
Materials/References:  .How can we respond to God for the greatest gift we receive in
-Speak Lord- pages 80-81 creation?
 compose a prayer of
- Visual aids  What effect does “being created” have on everything?
thanksgiving for the wonder of  How can we be creative to partake in God’s continuous
your being creation?

Values:
 Participation, appreciation, obedience

Synthesis:
 How resourceful are you in our things? If you cannot afford to
buy expensive things, will that discourage you? To be creative
means to be resourceful by making use of the limited resources
available.

Agreement:
 Read the story of St. John Vianney and try to see how he
responded to the call of being a steward of God’s creation.

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Day 3 Introduction: Formative:


Motivation: Body Exercises- the students will be asked to do body
Within the period, the students are He Made Us Into His exercises.  Answer your Work Sheet,
expected to: Image and Likeness  What are the parts of the body? What are the functions of its
page 95, #’s 1,2 and 3
part?
 discuss the meaning of being  Have you ever thought why you have two eyes, two ears, but
created in God’s image and Materials/References: only one nose and one mouth?
likeness -Speak Lord- pages 88-94  What do your body parts tell you about its maker?
- Visual aids
 identify the role and - Bible Interaction:
 How do we know that the human person is created in the image
responsibility of being God’s
and likeness of God?
image and likeness
 What does it mean when we say we are God’s image and
likeness?
 conduct a paraliturgy to
celebrate in gratitude and faith Integration:
for the gift of our being and  What is man?
becoming God’s image and  Where does man came from?
likeness  What must man do?

Values:
 Humility, Faith, Sincerity

Synthesis:
 God’s masterpiece is the whole creation with the human person
at the centre. The human person is the head of creation just as
the head of the body. The head cannot exist without the body,
so human person cannot survive without the rest of creation.

Agreement:

Subject: CLE Quarter : Second


Level : Grade 7 Date : September 15-16, 2014
Topic: Unit II: God’s Word Forms Number of Meetings: 10
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Day 3 Introduction: Formative:


Motivation: Body Exercises- the students will be asked to do body
Within the period, the students are He Made Us Into His exercises.
expected to: Image and Likeness  What are the parts of the body? What are the functions of its  Answer your Work Sheet,
part? page 95, #’s 1,2 and 3
 discuss the meaning of being  Have you ever thought why you have two eyes, two ears, but
created in God’s image and Materials/References: only one nose and one mouth?
likeness -Speak Lord- pages 88-94  What do your body parts tell you about its maker?
- Visual aids
 identify the role and - Bible Interaction:
responsibility of being God’s  How do we know that the human person is created in the image
and likeness of God?
image and likeness
 What does it mean when we say we are God’s image and
likeness?
 conduct a paraliturgy to
celebrate in gratitude and faith Integration:
for the gift of our being and  What is man?
becoming God’s image and  Where does man came from?
likeness  What must man do?

Values:
 Humility, Faith, Sincerity

Synthesis:
 God’s masterpiece is the whole creation with the human person
at the centre. The human person is the head of creation just as
the head of the body. The head cannot exist without the body,
so human person cannot survive without the rest of creation.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Second


Level : Grade 7 Date : July 17, 18 and 19, 2014
Topic: Second Mid- Periodic Exam Number of Meetings: 1

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Day 1 2nd Mid- Periodical Test Introduction:


 Giving of guidelines/ rules and regulation in taking the test  2nd Mid- Periodical Test
Within the period, the students are  Distribution of questionnaires (See attached page)
expected to: Materials/References: Interaction:
-Holy Bible  Answering the test proper and they are going to analyze all the
 read and answer the given - Paper and Pencil test before giving the final answers
questions honestly - Questioner Integration:
 What do you think is the purpose of having a Midterm
 recall important points about the examination?
topics being discussed  How prepared are you in this examination?
 What are your preparations made before the examination?
 pray for peace of mind and Values:
guidance before taking the  Self- confidence, determination and honesty.
examinations. Synthesis:
 Examinations are test of stored knowledge from topics/ lessons
discussed but most importantly this is a test of honesty,
perseverance, determination and self- confidence.
Agreement:
 Checking of answers will be done next meeting.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Second


Level : Grade 7 Date : September 22-26, 2014
Topic: Unit II: God’s Word Forms Number of Meetings: 10
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Day 4 Introduction: Formative:


Motivation: Story Analysis
Within the period, the students are The Fall of Adam and Eve:  The students will be asked to read the story entitled “The  The students will write their
expected to: God Accepts my Carnivorous and the Butcher” found on page 98. statements of commitment
Imperfections Interaction:
to be constantly connected
 point out the message of the  Why did Porky Flora eat the meat from the yellow box?
with God.
story and the implications of it  What happened to Flora when she disobeyed the ban that Porky
in their lives today Materials/References: implemented?
-Speak Lord- pages 97-100  What lesson did Flora learn from her disobedience?
 seek the differences when - Visual aids Integration:
humanity had not fallen into sin - Bible  Present the story to the class taken from the Bible, a scripture
and when the humanity left about the human fall.
paradise due to sinfulness  What are we doing to gain closeness to Paradise?
Values:
 Friendly and obedience.
 explain the meaning of original Synthesis:
sin, its cause and effect  The God of our faith has revealed himself as “He Who is” and
He has made himself known as “abounding in steadfast love
and faithfulness.” Exodus 34:6
 God’s very being is truth and love- CCC, 231
Agreement:
 What is meant by “Original Sin?”

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OBJECTIVES CONTENT

September 24-25,
2014- Teacher is
out.
Year IV Frugality
RETREAT

Subject: CLE Quarter : Second


Level : Grade 7 Date : September 29-Oct.03, 2014
Topic: Unit II: God’s Word Forms Number of Meetings: 10
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Day 5 Introduction: Formative:


Motivation: Picture Analysis (Image of Ugliness)  Answer Work Sheet on
Within the period, the students are Church Teachings on  The students are going to identify the following images of the page 105.
expected to: Original Sin ugliness in our society.
 What do these pictures tell us?
 discuss original sin as the sin  Where all these things came from?
that has first entered into the Materials/References:  Why are these images present in our world today?
world and betrayal to God -Speak Lord- pages 100-  How can we help the people in the picture?
102 Interaction:
 strive to respond to the call of - Visual aids  Where does evil come from?
goodness and holiness - Bible  What will happen to us if we disobeyed the will of God?
 What is sin? What are its effects in our lives?
 enumerate and tell the deadly  Discussion- sin and the 7 deadly sins
sins that would hinder us to  Why is sin a betrayal of our dream and God’s dream for us?
love God and others  In what way we can go back to God if we commit sin?
Integration:
What simple things can you do as a young Filipino to stop the
 write a prayer for forgiveness to disharmony in the society?
God as his sons and daughters Values:
 Society awareness, belongingness, love and prayerfulness
Synthesis:
 Sin is betrayal and separation from God which calls each one
of us to go back to Him always.
Agreement:
Prayer Composition:
 Write a prayer of forgiveness to God as His sons and
daughters

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Day 6 Introduction: Formative:


An Insignificant Task Motivation: Series of questions:
Within the period, the students are  Have you experienced being given a task which is for you , it is  Quiz
expected to: a very difficult task for you?
Materials/References:  What was your reaction the time you received the task?
 see the reality of the lesson in -Speak Lord- pages 102-  How did you manage to work on the task given?
the true-to-life story 106 Interaction:
- Visual aids  Read the story, “An Insignificant Task”
 define responsibility as - Bible  What was Rita’s reaction upon receiving the task?
measured by how we approach  What was the reward received by Rita after the results of their
the seemingly less important work had been published?
Integration:
tasks in life
 Ask the students to answer the questions in the work sheet.
Values:
 answer the questions correctly  Society awareness, belongingness, love and prayerfulness
Synthesis:
 “Responsibility is to be measured by how we approach the
seemingly less important tasks in life.”
Agreement:

Subject: CLE Quarter : Second


Level : Grade 7 Date : October 6-10, 2014
Topic: Unit II: God’s Word Forms Number of Meetings: 10
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 7 Introduction: Formative:


Noah: God Restores my Motivation: Song Analysis Journal Writing
Within the period, the students are Dignity  The students will be asked to sing a song entitled “Hero” by  As a student, point out the
expected to: - The Great Flood Mariah Carey.
things that could lead to the
 What is the message of the song?
destruction of your future.
 point out the consequences of Materials/References:  Can you identify who has been a hero in your life?
 Ask yourself what must be
sin -Speak Lord- pages 108-  Have you been a hero to others too? Describe the situation and
your feeling about it. done to avoid the negative
110
consequences of these
 recognize the story of the life of - Visual aids Interaction:
things.
Noah as a sign of hope after the - Bible  What is the story all about?
fall  Discussion: summary of the story.
 What is the message of the story of Noah and the flood?
 Who is Noah?
 turn to God for enlightenment Integration:
to see evil effect of wrong  What is the reality of our world today?
doing before its consequence in Values:
one’s action  Faithfulness and being optimistic.
Synthesis:
 The story of Noah and the flood reminds us that God saves
those who are good and righteousness. Our evil acts will bring
destruction, but our heroic acts give us joy that is incredible.
Agreement:
 Read in advance the story of Abraham.

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Day 8 Introduction: Formative:


Abraham’s Faith: God Gives Motivation: Series of question about miracles: Prayer Composition:
Within the period, the students are Me Identity  Do you believe in miracles? Why?  Compose a prayer thanking
expected to: - Call of Abraham  Tell the students to share a miraculous event they had in their God for the gift of love, and
- God’s covenant lives.
guidance from God to help
 explain that Abraham with Abraham  Why did you consider such event miraculous?
strengthen our faith to him.
responded to God’s call with - The Birth of Issac Interaction:
tremendous faith, that God - Abraham’s faith  What was the first tragedy that the man in the story
tested experienced?
promised Abraham a redeemer
to save all men from sin  What was the worst thing that happened to him?
Materials/References:  Did God answer the man’s prayer? How?
 realize that through the call of
-Speak Lord- pages 118-  What is the implication of the story?
126 Integration:
Abraham, God calls each one of
- Visual aids  How is faith a grateful response to God’s love and goodness?
us today to grow and develop
- Bible Values:
into the person we are capable  .Prayerfulness, love and faithfulness.
-Power point presentation
of becoming, and be an Synthesis:
instrument in His plan of  Faith is either strengthened or weakened. The person comes out
salvation
of the experience either transformed or embittered. But his/her
 discover that through personal faith in God grows even stronger and deeper in the face of trials
prayers, and especially through and difficulties.
participation in the Church’s Agreement:
public liturgical prayer, we  Prepare for a quiz next meeting.
gradually grow in discerning
God’s plan for us

Subject: CLE Quarter : Second


Level : Grade 7 Date : October 13-17, 2014
Topic: Unit II: God’s Word Forms Number of Meetings: 10
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Day 9 Introduction: Formative:


Esau and Jacob: God Assures Motivation: Series of Questions and a short story.  As a child and an
Within the period, the students are Me of My Future  What comes to your mind when you hear the word betrayal or Alphonsian, how can you
expected to: deception? build a good relationship to
Materials/References:  What did the wolf do to attract the sheep?
your siblings?
 to relate the story of the two -Speak Lord- pages 131-  What do you think is the usual reason that one could do such
sons of Isaac 137 thing as to cheat or deceive even to the one he/she dearly loves?
- Visual aids Interaction:
 to discover one’s own - Bible  Read Gen. 25:27-34, Gen. 2:1-40
weaknesses and strength  Outline explanation of the story.
 What was the story of Esau and Jacob tell you about human
factors that can destroy human relationship in the family?
 to humbly acknowledge God’s Integration:
unconditional love for trusting  Who are the eldest/first born children in the family?
in our capacity though we are  What are the privileges and special treatment do you
unworthy. experienced as the eldest in the family?
(advantage/disadvantages)- sharing of personal experience
 accept the faults done to others Values:
by humbly asking for  .Cooperation, love, gratitude and responsibility
forgiveness with sincerity Synthesis:
 .How God deals us when we are in sin?
Agreement:
 Answer your work sheet on page 139 #’s 1-4 only

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Day 10 Introduction: Formative:


Joseph: God Guides Me to the Motivation: Story analysis (The Ant and the Grasshopper)  Answer your work sheet on
Within the period, the students are Right Path  Why was ant busy? page 149, #’s 1-6
expected to:  What did grasshopper learn from ant?
Materials/References:  What is the implication of the story to your life at present?
 to portray the story of Joseph -Speak Lord- pages 141- Interaction:
and state its significance to the 147  Read Gen. 37:1-36, Gen. 39:1-41:57, Gen. 42:1- 47:12
history of salvation - Visual aids  Do you experience the same scenario at present? (Jealousy,
- Bible temptation, change for the better)
 to comprehend that everyone Integration:
can be instrument of God, if  Do you compare yourself to others and feel jealous of what you
don’t have?
only one is willing to let God
 How do you face temptation?
lead the way
Values:
 .Humility, forgiveness, love and gratitude.
 to realize that our personal Synthesis:
response to God’s action of  God calls us to trust completely in His plan of salvation and to
love must be faithful and true surrender ourselves to God in faith and love. Joseph’s blessing
worship is a way of saying that these destinies were known to God
beforehand and that they were part of His plan for salvation.
Agreement:
 Who are the twelve sons of Jacob? (Notebook)
Subject: CLE Quarter : Second
Level : Grade 7 Date : October 17, 2014
Topic: Unit II: God’s Word Forms (SUMMATIVE TEST) Number of Meetings: 1
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Day 1 Introduction: Summative:


Motivation: Action Song- “Binabago”  See attached page.
Within the period, the students are Summative Test  Prepare the students for the summative test.
expected to: Interaction:
Materials/References:  Giving of instruction/ reminders.
 follow instructions carefully -Test Papers  Distribution of test papers.
during exam -Paper and Pencil Integration:
Values:
 answer the questions correctly  Honesty
Synthesis:
Agreement:
 value honesty in taking the test  Study your lesson as a preparation for your 2nd periodical test.
Subject: CLE Quarter : Second
Level : Grade 7 Date : October 20, 2014
Topic: Review and Giving of Pointers Number of Meetings: 1
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Day 1
I. Prayer/ Mood setting
Within the period, the students are Review of the Lessons
expected to: II. Motivational Activity:
Materials/References:
 follow instructions carefully -Test Papers III. Review Proper
during review -Paper and Pencil
 Teacher will throw series of questions to the students.
 Ask the students to analyze the statements and questions.
 answer the questions correctly
 Answer, explain and give concrete examples.
 value honestly in taking the test IV. Values: Participation, cooperation, honesty
Subject: CLE Quarter : Second
Level : Grade 7 Date : October 21, 22 and 23, 2014
Topic: Unit II: Second Periodical Test Number of Meetings: 1
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CONTENT

Day 1


Within the period, the students are
expected to:

recall and identify important


2nd Periodical Test

Materials/Referenc
es:
-Test Papers
Second
points of the topics discussed -Paper and Pencil

 analyze the given statements if


they are according to moral
standards
Periodical
 answer the test honestly

Test
Subject: CLE Quarter : Second
Level : Grade 7 Date : October 24, 2014
Topic: Checking Number of Meetings: 1
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Day 9 Introduction: Formative:


 Test answer test will be distributed randomly.  Students will be asked if
Within the period, the students are Checking of answer Sheets Interaction: there are questions about the
expected to:  Students are asked to check the test paper properly. answers given.
Integration:
 identify answers to the  What must be done during the checking of the test answer
questions given in the test sheets?
Values:
 value every answer by checking  .Honesty
the papers properly Synthesis:
 .Being honest during the test is important as well as during the
checking of papers.
 point out answers to the
questions given in the Second
Periodical Exam
Subject: CLE Quarter : Third
Level : Grade 7 Date : November 4-7, 2014
Topic: Introduction: “Kumustahan” with Synthesis(2nd Grading) Number of Meetings: 2
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Day 1 Introduction: Formative:


Motivation: Let’s say, Hi! Kumusta!
Within the period, the students are “Kumustahan” and Synthesis  What special event happened to you from your 1 week
expected to: for the Second Grading vacation? (share it to the class)
 What do you think is the importance of All Saints Day and All
 express their learning after the Materials/References: Souls Day?
vacation through a short sharing  Speak Lord- pp. 75- Interaction:
156  Review the topics from the second quarter:
 give their own synthesis of the  Blackboard a. Creation- Image and Likeness
 Chalk b. Fall of Man
second quarter topics
c. Restoration- Stories
 Chapter 2- shows that God is always with us.
 appreciate God’s word as an Integration:
instrument to form themselves  We can apply this learning when we face the reality of our
through a personal prayer world today which is full of darkness and sin. God is always
there for us in times of our greatest troubles and will not leave
us.
Values:
 Openness through listening to God’s word because God’s word
forms.
Synthesis:
 .How can we let God form us?
- We have to listen to his words.
- Those who listen will be formed according to God’s plan.
- Those who do not listen will stop in the 2nd stage.(picture)
Assignment:
 Try to observe our society now .List at least five things that you
want to reform and why? ½ cross wise

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Day 2 Introduction: Formative:


Motivation: What is the first thing that you will do if all rules and
Within the period, the students are Introduction: Unit III God’s regulations will be diminished and why?  What comes in your mind if
expected to: Word Reforms  Answers given- process as an example of reforming our society. you hear/see the word
Interaction:
“reform”?
 give their own understanding of Materials/References:  Using your assignments- What comes in your mind if you
the word “reform”  Speak Lord- pp. 157 hear/read the word “reform”? (at the back)  What is meant by
 Blackboard  Dictionary- will give us the meaning of the word reform responsible freedom?
 connect the idea of God’s  Chalk - Improvement
Reformation to ones Freedom - Reorganization
- Modification
 share their personal experiences - Development
about the obstacles of being a - Change
student  Reformation and Freedom
Integration:
 Would you in favour of omitting the rules and regulations that
we have?
 What is the result of having all these rules and regulations?
 What is then the meaning of freedom?
 What are the obstacles of a student?
Values:
 Learning how to practice responsible freedom.
Synthesis:
 The word of God is the only weapon that can freed us from all
kind of obstacles.
Agreement:
 Read in advance Lesson 15 including vocabulary.
Subject: CLE Quarter : Third
Level : Grade 7 Date : November 10-14, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 2
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction: Formative:


Moses: God Frees Me From Motivation: Questions about History: Questions for the group activity:
Within the period, the students are Bondage  Who is our national hero? 1. In what book can we read
expected to:  Why is it that Dr. Jose Rizal became our national Hero? the life of Moses?
 What was the situation of our country during his time? 2. What is the birthplace of
 look at the oppressive situations in Materials/References:  What is the message of his heroism for us in our present Moses?
our country today  Speak Lord- pp. generation?
3. Who is the ruler during the
158-165 Interaction:
 time of Moses?
know the life of Moses as the one  Blackboard Group Activity:
 Series of questions will be given to the students about the life of 4. What is the order of the
chosen by God to freed His people  Chalk ruler when it comes to male
from bondage Moses.
 Background: In the Old Testament, people of God (Israelites) infants during that time?
 answer the questions given to suffered great oppression after the death of Joseph... 5. How was Moses saved by
them as honestly  Group activity will follow. his mother?
Integration: 6. Who was the sister of
 If there is an audition for a next Jose Rizal or Moses, do you Moses?
think you can pass the audition? 7. Who found Moses in the
 What characteristics are needed to become of them? Nile River?
Values: 8. What is the crime made by
 God is ever present in our life. Moses when he was a
Synthesis: young man?
 God can choose anyone to be the leader of His people. 9. Where did he go after that
Therefore, no one should be hesitant to follow God’s call. particular incident?
Assignment:
10. What was his job until he
 Answer your worksheet, pages 167-168, #’s 1-6.
was 80 years old?
11. Where did God appear to
Moses? Why?

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT


Day 2 Introduction: Formative:
The Exodus Motivation: What place is the farthest place you went?
Within the period, the students are I. Phraraoh’s Refusal  Exodus- a Greek word which means “departure”- it has  Write your own experience
expected to: II. The Passover something to do with moving from one place to another. of oppression whether
III. Israel in the Desert  Transition- Moses ordered by God to go back to Egypt.
physical or psychological.
 to explain the story of Moses, his Interaction:
(1/4 sheet of paper)
mission in the exodus of the  Presentation of the life of Moses. (Slideshow)
Israelites and its implications Materials/References:  Discussion of the following:  Physical- pain is visible or
 Speak Lord- pp. 161- a. Pharoah’s Refusal outward
 to draw out the message of 163 - Pharoah’s Move: Worse Treatment  Psychological- pain is not
God’s salvific act in the exodus  Power point - God’s Move: The Ten Plagues visible or inward, only the
event and relate it to one’s  Blackboard b. The Passover person concerned knows the
present life experience of - The Passover Meal oppression.
 Chalk
oppression and bondage that - Permission to Depart
needs God’s liberation c. Israel in the Desert
- God remained faithful and did not give up on the people.
 to reflect one’s personal struggle - The Interpretation.
for liberation and let God take Integration:
charge as He did during the time
of Moses  What do we usually do during the times that we are hopeless
(victims of typhoon) and in our difficulties? (oppressed)
 We have to do God’s will for God is always there for a solution.
Values:
 Trusting God all the time.
Synthesis:
 Story of Moses is a very good example that God is our
protector. Powerful and ever present protector who knows the
needs of His people.
Agreement:
 Prepare for a quiz next meeting- story of Moses, 10 plagues,
and vocabulary.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : November 10-14, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction: 1st Project:


Joshua: God Chooses Me To Motivation: Activity on leadership: ¼ sheet of paper  Short Bond paper- Recall the
Within the period, the students are Be His Own  Write secretly the name of your classmate which do you think goodness of the Lord and list
expected to: has the capacity to become a leader. down all the blessings you
 What are the characteristics that you see in him/her? received from Him.
 to present the story of Joshua, Materials/References:  Leadership- is inspiring, influencing and empowering others.  Compose a short prayer asking
whose leadership is that of trust  Speak Lord- pp. Interaction: God as your guide in making
and obedience to God 171-176  Read the poem As-If- answer the guide questions found in page decisions.
 Power point 172. (orally)
 to examine one’s own style of  Blackboard  Discussion of the life of Joshua.
leadership in the light of trust and Integration:
 Chalk
obedience to God  What can you say about our political leaders and church leaders
nowadays?
 to entrust to the Lord one’s desires  Were they able to inspire other people and how do you think
and pray for guidance in the they can improve their leadership?
exercise of self leadership Values:
 Using of God given talents to inspire other people (leadership)
Synthesis:
 Obedience to God like Joshua leads to success and we must
consult God before we do things.
Assignment:

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : November 17, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction: 1st Project:


Joshua: God Chooses Me To Motivation: Activity on leadership: ¼ sheet of paper  Short Bond paper- Recall the
Within the period, the students are Be His Own  Write secretly the name of your classmate which do you think goodness of the Lord and list
expected to: has the capacity to become a leader. down all the blessings you
 What are the characteristics that you see in him/her? received from Him.
 to present the story of Joshua, Materials/References:  Leadership- is inspiring, influencing and empowering others.  Compose a short prayer asking
whose leadership is that of trust  Speak Lord- pp. Interaction: God as your guide in making
and obedience to God 171-176  Read the poem As-If- answer the guide questions found in page decisions.
 Power point 172. (orally)
 to examine one’s own style of  Blackboard  Discussion of the life of Joshua.
leadership in the light of trust and Integration:
 Chalk
obedience to God  What can you say about our political leaders and church leaders
nowadays?
 to entrust to the Lord one’s desires  Were they able to inspire other people and how do you think
and pray for guidance in the they can improve their leadership?
exercise of self leadership Values:
 Using of God given talents to inspire other people (leadership)
Synthesis:
 Obedience to God like Joshua leads to success and we must
consult God before we do things.
Agreement:
 Prepare for your 3rd Mid- Periodic Test next meeting.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : July 18, 25 and 26, 2014
Topic: Third Mid- Periodic Exam Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 3rd Mid- Periodical Test Introduction:


 Giving of guidelines/ rules and regulation in taking the test  3rd Mid- Periodical Test
Within the period, the students are  Distribution of questionnaires (See attached page)
expected to: Materials/References: Interaction:
-Holy Bible  Answering the test proper and they are going to analyze all the
 read and answer the given - Paper and Pencil test before giving the final answers
questions honestly - Questioner Integration:
 What do you think is the purpose of having a Midterm
 recall important points about the examination?
topics being discussed  How prepared are you in this examination?
 What are your preparations made before the examination?
 pray for peace of mind and Values:
guidance before taking the  Self- confidence, determination and honesty.
examinations. Synthesis:
 Examinations are test of stored knowledge from topics/ lessons
discussed but most importantly this is a test of honesty,
perseverance, determination and self- confidence.
Agreement:
 Checking of answers will be done next meeting.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : November 27-28, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 2 Introduction:
Joshua: Ways to Conquer  Simple recall on previous discussion. Formative:
Within the period, the students are Negative Attitudes
expected to: Interaction: Journal Writing
 Group the class into five groups and each group will present the
 find out one’s mission to fulfill in Materials/References: five ways to conquer negative attitudes. How will you conquer the difficult
life  Speak Lord- pp. 17  Mention the statement that will be assigned to them. situation and dealing with difficult
 Blackboard  Each group then will demonstrate by showing one concrete people.
 be a conqueror on their own  Chalk situation.
negative attitudes
 Bible
Integration:
 help others conquer their negative  What are the negative attitudes do you have?
attitudes  How can you conquer negative attitudes?

Values:
 Humble, belongingness and responsibility

Synthesis:
 When facing major crisis, too many people give up prematurely
because they are convinced that “it is impossible”. However,
those who overcome trials do so because they operate from the
conviction that “it is possible”.

Assignment:
 Answer your Work Sheet in page 177, #’s 1-7.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 3 Introduction:
Joshua: We are too Called to  Students will be asked to read the story entitled “We Too Are Formative:
Within the period, the students are be a Conqueror called to be a Conqueror”.
expected to: Short Quiz
Interaction:
 present the true-to-life story which Materials/References:  What is the selection all about?
applies the values and messages of  Speak Lord- pp.  How did he react to the negative action of his co-worker?
the lesson on how to be a 175-179  Where he able to conquer the negative attitudes around him?
conqueror  Blackboard  What is the message of the selection?
 Chalk
 state how St. Therese of the Child Integration:
 Bible
Jesus conquered the world of  Are you in a difficult situation? Dealing with difficult people? If
missions where she became a so, you are called to conquer the situation. How do you think
patron saint for the missionary you can conquer it?

 challenge to answer the following Values:


questions that are actually  Faithfulness, responsibility and leadership
contained in the Life’s Truth
presented Synthesis:
 “Whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure,
whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable…Think about such
things.” –Phil. 4:8

Agreement:
 Read the next lesson about the Judges.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : December 1-5, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
The Judges: God Judges Me  The students will be asked to read the anecdote entitled, “See Formative:
Within the period, the students are Fairly the Best in others”.
expected to: Answer your work sheet on page
Interaction:
 discuss God’s fidelity in keeping Materials/References:  What does it mean by this, “Don’t judge the book by its cover?” 187-188.
His promise to care for and protect  Speak Lord- pp.  Have you experienced misjudging someone or being a victim of
His people by raising champions 182-185 misjudgement?
among them  Blackboard  What is your understanding about the term judge?
 Chalk  How about the definition of the Judges in the Old Testament?
 keep oneself open to the call to  Bible  Present to the class the different Judge in the Old Testament and
champion a cause in one’s their missions.
community
Integration:
 What do you think is happening in our country today when it
 pray the prayer of generosity
comes in solving the crimes and pending cases in the court? Are
especially at times when one is
they fair enough in their judgement? Why or why not?
tempted to become selfish and
arrogant Values:
 Obedience, faithfulness and leadership

Synthesis:
 Common faith in God is a strong force of unity among people.
It is good to consult the Lord in prayer before starting an
important task and thank Him when the task is done/ completed.

Agreement:
 Bring your Bible next meeting.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : December 1-5, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Ruth: God Does Not Motivation: The students will be asked to read the selection about the Formative:
Within the period, the students are Discriminate Generosity and Sacrifice.
expected to:  What did the neighbor in the hilltop do to save his neighbors in Prayer Composition
the lowland?
 to relate the story of Ruth and Materials/References:  How did the people from the lowland realize that the fire they
describe God as God not only  Speak Lord- pp. have seen was done intentionally for their safety?  Compose a prayer thanking
for the Christian or chosen few 189-192  What did they do in return as a sign of gratitude for the God for His greatest gift to
but for all those who do what is  Blackboard generosity of their neighbor uphill? mankind.
Interaction:
proper and right  Chalk
Discussion of the Life of Ruth:
 Bible  Who is Ruth?
 to identify the essence of
 What is the purpose of the story?
sacrifice and being supportive
 What is the message of Ruth’s marriage to Boaz?
 What is the message of Ruth’s story?
 to thank God for His greatest Integration:
NOTE: Not carried: No class today
gift to mankind, the gift of  How can you show your love and loyalty as a child and as a due to the typhoon Ruby.
sacrificing His very own for our student?
salvation Values:
 Obedience, faithfulness, prayerfulness and gratitude.
Synthesis:
 The book of Ruth is a gracious and beautiful story and it shows
that God is with us with all those who follow Him, even though
they are not physical descendants of Abraham.
Assignment:
 What is advent? What are the meaning of its symbols used in
the advent wreath?

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : December 8-9, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Ruth: God Does Not Motivation: The students will be asked to read the selection about the Formative:
Within the period, the students are Discriminate Generosity and Sacrifice.
expected to:  What did the neighbor in the hilltop do to save his neighbors in Prayer Composition
the lowland?
 to relate the story of Ruth and Materials/References:  How did the people from the lowland realize that the fire they
 Speak Lord- pp. have seen was done intentionally for their safety?  Compose a prayer thanking
describe God as God not only God for His greatest gift to
for the Christian or chosen few 189-192  What did they do in return as a sign of gratitude for the
but for all those who do what is  Blackboard generosity of their neighbor uphill? mankind.
proper and right  Chalk Interaction:
Discussion of the Life of Ruth:
 Bible
 to identify the essence of  Who is Ruth?
sacrifice and being supportive  What is the purpose of the story?
 What is the message of Ruth’s marriage to Boaz?
 What is the message of Ruth’s story?
 to thank God for His greatest
Integration:
gift to mankind, the gift of  How can you show your love and loyalty as a child and as a
sacrificing His very own for our student?
salvation Values:
 Obedience, faithfulness, prayerfulness and gratitude.
Synthesis:
 The book of Ruth is a gracious and beautiful story and it shows
that God is with us with all those who follow Him, even though
they are not physical descendants of Abraham.
Assignment:
 What is advent? What are the meaning of its symbols used in
the advent wreath?

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : December 8-9, 2014
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 2
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Samuel and Saul: God Forms Motivation: Read the short story about Discipline and Obedience is Formative:
Within the period, the students are Me To Be a Leader absolutely Essential
expected to:  According to this anecdote, what is really essential in life? Short essay:
 What saved their lives?
 elaborate on the significance of Materials/References:  Does luck really happen? 1. What it takes to be a
the role of Samuel and Saul in  Speak Lord- pp. Interaction:
disciplined person?
the plan of God for His people 198-202  Why did God call Samuel?
2. What does obedience mean?
 Blackboard  How did the monarchy begin?
 point out the necessity of  Chalk  Who is the first anointed King?
accomplishing any given role  Bible  What sin does Saul commit?
through good moral acts  What is the message of Samuel and Saul’s story?
Integration:
 turn to God for the guidance at  Determine what ways are you going to do to show your
all times in the exercise of commitment to your family and loyalty to your alma mater.
Values:
one’s role
 Forgiveness, commitment and loyalty.
Synthesis:
 In recounting the story of the kings and leaders of Israel, the
Bible makes us understand that having the power to lead is a
heavy burden for humans. To rule over others and even more to
direct the destiny of a nation is somehow to partake God’s
authority.
Agreement:
 Prepare for a short quiz about Ruth and Samuel and Saul’s
story, including vocabulary.
 Activity: Bring a Handkerchief(individual) and paper
ball(group)- (Obedience and Discipline)

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 2 Introduction:
Samuel and Saul: God Forms  Quiz will be given to the students. (Ruth and Samuel and Saul’s Formative:
Within the period, the students are Me To Be a Leader story)
expected to:  Human Boat Activity  Checking of materials. (handkerchief and the paper ball) Quiz:
Interaction:
 answer the questions with  Human Boat Activity (by BEC group) See attached page.
confidence and honesty Materials/References:  Each group will make 1 straight line and the last person will
 Bible serve as the captain of the boat.
 follow the instructions given  Handkerchief  Other members of the group will use the handkerchief to cover
during the activity  Paper Ball their eyes.
 Rule: All members from the group is not allowed to talk, in
other words you need to communicate trough signals and not by
 see the importance and essence speaking.
of discipline and obedience in
their life as students  Goal: as a group is to get your paper ball as fast as you can.
Integration:
 How important is discipline and obedience in our life especially
as a student.
Values:
 Discipline and Obedience
Synthesis:
 Obedience is greater than our prayer and sacrifice.
Agreement:
 Write a short reflection about this Bible passage taken from 1
Sam. 22- “Obedience is better than sacrifice; and submission is
better than offerings.”

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : December 11-12, 2014
Topic: Liturgical Year Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Advent Season Motivation: Pantomime: Students will be asked to identify activities Formative:
Within the period, the students are done if there is a visitor coming in the house.
expected to: Materials/References:  What is the feeling?
 Make a resolution on how
 Power point  What should be done?
to prepare the coming of
 enumerate the significance of  Bible Advent Season.
the celebration of Advent  Liturgical Year by Interaction:
Bernard Raas, SVD  What is advent?
 admire the church season of  What are the activities during advent season?
Advent y participating in the  What are the symbols of advent season?
activities wholeheartedly Integration:
 How can these practices become fruitful and meaningful in our
 role play the activities done lives?
during advent season
Values:
 Preparations, Humility, Joy and Waiting

Synthesis:
 The season of advent has a two-fold character. It is a time of
preparation for Christmas when the first coming of God’s son to
men is recalled and a season when minds are directed by this
memorial to Christ’s second coming at the end of time.

Agreement:
 What is advent wreath?
 Include the meaning of the symbols used in the advent wreath.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : December 15, 16 and 17, 2014
Topic: Achievement Test Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT
CONTENT

Day 1

Within the period, the students are Achievement Test


expected to:
Materials/References:
-Test Papers
 recall and identify important -Paper and Pencil
points of the topics discussed

 analyze the given statements if


they are according to moral
standards

 answer the test honestly


Achievement
Test
Subject: CLE Quarter : Third
Level : Grade 7 Date : December 18 and 19, 2014
Topic: Checking Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction: Formative:


 Test answer test will be distributed randomly.  Students will be asked if
Within the period, the students are Checking of answer Sheets Interaction: there are questions about the
expected to:  Students are asked to check the test paper properly. answers given.
Integration:
 identify answers to the  What must be done during the checking of the test answer
questions given in the test sheets?
Values:
 value every answer by checking  .Honesty
Synthesis:
the papers properly  .Being honest during the test is important as well as during the
checking of papers.
 point out answers to the
questions given in the Second
Periodical Exam

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : January 5-6, 2015
Topic: Checking and New Year’s Activity Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction: Formative:


 Test answer test will be distributed randomly.  Students will be asked if
Within the period, the students are Checking of answer Sheets Interaction: there are questions about the
expected to: New Year’s Activity: How  Students are asked to check the test paper properly. answers given.
Are You Activity? Integration:
 identify answers to the  What must be done during the checking of the test answer
ACTIVITY: (Diary/CLE
questions given in the test Materials/References: sheets?
- Paper and Pencil Values: Notebook)
 .Honesty  1ST Question: Are you
 value every answer by checking happy or sad with what you
the papers properly Synthesis:
 .Being honest during the test is important as well as during the did last year? – subjective
 point out answers to the checking of papers.  2nd Question: Do you think
questions given in the Second God is happy of what you
Periodical Exam did last year and why?
 To answer this question,
 reflect and ask themselves a you need to point out some
very important question as they of the most important
start a new chapter of their life experiences happened to
you and try to reflect on it if
it is in line with the
teachings of God.
 This activity will set the
mind of the students from
the long vacation back to
the reality which is a life of
a student.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : January 7-9, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 2
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Samuel and Saul: God Forms Motivation: Read the short story about Discipline and Obedience is Formative:
Within the period, the students are Me To Be a Leader absolutely Essential
expected to: Question: What will you choose and why- to be a leader or a follower? Short essay:
 According to this anecdote, what is really essential in life?
 elaborate on the significance of Materials/References:  What saved their lives?
3. What it takes to be a
the role of Samuel and Saul in  Speak Lord- pp.  Does luck really happen?
disciplined person?
the plan of God for His people 198-202 Interaction:
 Why did God call Samuel?
4. What does obedience mean?
 Blackboard
 point out the necessity of  Chalk  How did the monarchy begin?
accomplishing any given role  Bible  Who is the first anointed King?
through good moral acts  What sin does Saul commit?
 What is the message of Samuel and Saul’s story?
 turn to God for the guidance at Integration:
all times in the exercise of  Determine what ways are you going to do to show your
one’s role commitment to your family and loyalty to your alma mater.
Values:
 Forgiveness, commitment and loyalty.
Synthesis:
 In recounting the story of the kings and leaders of Israel, the
Bible makes us understand that having the power to lead is a
heavy burden for humans. To rule over others and even more to
direct the destiny of a nation is somehow to partake God’s
authority.
Agreement:
 Prepare for a short quiz about Ruth and Samuel and Saul’s
story, including vocabulary.
 Activity: Bring a Handkerchief(individual) and paper
ball(group)- (Obedience and Discipline)

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 2 Introduction:
Samuel and Saul: God Forms  Quiz will be given to the students. (Ruth and Samuel and Saul’s Formative:
Within the period, the students are Me To Be a Leader story)
expected to:  Human Boat Activity  Checking of materials. (handkerchief and the paper ball) Quiz:
Interaction:
 answer the questions with  Human Boat Activity (by BEC group)
See attached page.
confidence and honesty Materials/References:  Each group will make 1 straight line and the last person will
 Bible serve as the captain of the boat.
 follow the instructions given  Handkerchief  Other members of the group will use the handkerchief to cover
during the activity  Paper Ball their eyes.
 Rule: All members from the group is not allowed to talk, in
other words you need to communicate trough signals and not by
 see the importance and essence speaking.
of discipline and obedience in  Goal: as a group is to get your paper ball as fast as you can.
their life as students
Integration:
 How important is discipline and obedience in our life especially
as a student.
Values:
 Discipline and Obedience
Synthesis:
 Obedience is greater than our prayer and sacrifice.
Agreement:
 Write a short reflection about this Bible passage taken from 1
Sam. 22- “Obedience is better than sacrifice; and submission is
better than offerings.”

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : January 12-16, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
The Life of David Motivation: Read the short story about the Mice in Council Formative:
Within the period, the students are Question:
expected to:  What was the problem of the mice? Question:
Materials/References:  What proposal was approved with applause?
 David during his time was
 relate in the story of David how  Speak Lord- pp.  Why was it applauded?
able to unify the people of
God uses human and ordinary 206-214  What was the reaction and question of one mouse about the
Israel. As a student, how do
means to accomplish His  Blackboard proposal?
you unify when you
extraordinary end  Chalk encounter conflict that can
Interaction:
 Bible divide and complicate
 Who is David?
 determine the characteristics of matters? (example: family,
 What are his contributions to the Israelites?
David as a shepherd, king, and
 What is the message of David’s story? class in school) Cite an
leader and be inspired by these example.
characteristics Integration:
 How can we become like David in our day-to-day life?
 emulate the openness of David
in worship and in prayer Values:
 Obedience, faithfulness, prayerfulness, love, and leadership.

Synthesis:
 David was a king and shepherd. He combined the skills and
courage of a soldier with the simplicity and goodness of the
shepherd boy he was. We are called by kings when we use our
leadership skills in the task entrusted to us.

Agreement:
 Answer your work sheet on page 213.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Third


Level : Grade 7 Date : January 12-16, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Solomon: God, the Source Motivation: What is the difference between being intelligent and being Formative:
Within the period, the students are and Fountain of Wisdom and wise or growing in wisdom?
expected to: Justice Read the story “The Grand Total of it All” on page 217.
 Answer your work sheet on
Question:
 What was the request of the intelligent young king?
page 223, #’s 1-5 only.
 become aware that each of us
has been generously blessed Materials/References:  How many books packed with wisdom were gathered by the
with talents and possessions  Speak Lord- pp. learned professor?
which are to be used to help 216-221  When he reached seventy years old, what was the request of the
and serve others and to glorify  Blackboard king?
God  Chalk  By the time the king was lying on his deathbed, how did they
condense the thousand volumes of wisdom?
 Bible
Interaction:
 realize that the misuse of power  Who is Solomon?
and possessions will lead to  How did Solomon built the temple?
one’s destruction and division  What is the sin of Solomon?
 What is the secret to success?
 implore for God’s gift of Integration:
wisdom and continuous  How can you relate the story of Solomon as a leader with some
guidance that we will be of our famous government leaders in our country today?
consistent in our faithfulness to Values:
God both in good and bad times  Becoming a good listener and valuing not only earthly riches
but also to be wise in making their decisions.
Synthesis:
 When man is overcome by his own success he forgets God and
his work will soon come to nothing.
Agreement:
 Study your lessons from Moses to Solomon and prepare for a
long test next meeting.
Subject: CLE Quarter : Third
Level : Grade 7 Date : January 12-16, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Reforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1
Summative Test: Moses to I. Prayer/ Mood Setting
Within the period, the students are Solomon
expected to: II. Giving of Instructions

 identify the significant people, Materials/References: III. Test Proper


places, and events in the life of  Speak Lord
the Israelites  Blackboard IV. Checking of Test Papers
 Chalk
 answer correctly and honestly  Bible Values:
the questions given to them  Honesty and Cooperation

 point out ways to improve their


scores when they will take
major examinations
Subject: CLE Quarter : Third
Level : Grade 7 Date : December 20, 21 and 22, 2014
Topic: 3rd Periodical Test Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT
CONTENT

Day 1

rd

Within the period, the students are
expected to:

recall and identify important


Third Periodical Test

Materials/References:
-Test Papers
-Paper and Pencil
3
points of the topics discussed

 analyze the given statements if


they are according to moral
standards
Periodical
 answer the test honestly
Test
Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth
Level : Grade 7 Date : January 26-27, 2015
Topic: Checking Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction: Formative:


 Test answer test will be distributed randomly.  Students will be asked if
Within the period, the students are Checking of answer Sheets Interaction: there are questions about the
expected to:  Students are asked to check the test paper properly. answers given.
Integration:
 identify answers to the  What must be done during the checking of the test answer
questions given in the test sheets?
Values:
 value every answer by checking  .Honesty
the papers properly Synthesis:
 .Being honest during the test is important as well as during the
checking of papers.
 point out answers to the
questions given in the Second
Periodical Exam
Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth
Level : Grade 7 Date : January 28-30, 2015
Topic: Bible Sharing Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 FLOW OF THE BIBLE SHARING:

Within the period, the students are Bible Sharing- BEC I. Introduction
expected to: II. Opening Prayer- to be lead by the student
III. Gospel Reading- as a class
 spend time with themselves and IV. Group Sharing- 5 members in each group
with the Lord Materials/References: - Reading of the Gospel for the second time but now in
-Bible silence.
 to practice the spirit of -CD Player - Choose a word or phrase from the text that inspire you
community by sharing their -Candle or disturb you.
lives through Bible Sharing - Why is this word special to me?
- What is the word telling me?
 be able to give an affirmation - What does God wants to tell me?
by giving thanks to their V. Affirmation- in a big group
classmates - Say thank you to your classmates and also say sorry to
them.
 be able to be reconciled with VI. Singing of the Lord’s Prayer
their classmates especially to VII. Closing Prayer
those with misunderstanding

Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth


Level : Grade 7 Date : February 2-3, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Transforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Introduction: Unit IV Motivation: “Puzzle Sticks”- students will be asked to solve a problem Formative:
Within the period, the students are that will lead them to the word “TRANSFORMATION”. Diagram Making:
expected to:  What is the message of the activity?
Materials/References:  Differentiate inform, form, reform, and transform.
 INFROM
 differentiate the four keywords Speak Lord- pp. 235 Interaction:
in each chapter (inform, form,  Blackboard Diagram Making:
reform, and transform)  Chalk  Do you believe in God’s existence and why?
 Bible  How is it possible that human beings and other creatures exist?
 Give an experience wherein you can fell that God forgives your FORM
 make a connection of the four  Power Point
sin.
chapters through a diagram Presentation
 Do you want God to transform you and why?
Integration:
 write their transformation plan  Observing our present life now how is our relationship with REFORM
as they grow older and older in God affected?
each day  What are the destructions that really affect our relationship with
God?
Values: TRANSFROM
 Choosing what is right and avoids the wrong ones.
Synthesis:
 God’s word is meant for transformation because its purpose is
to purify us from our sins. It has to be the best weapon to
empower us that can change us by choosing to act rightly and
avoid evils.
Agreement:
 Read in advance lesson 22 and prepare for a short quiz.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth


Level : Grade 7 Date : February 4-6, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Transforms Number of Meetings: 2
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
The Prophets: God Enlightens Motivation: Read the story in page 237 entitled “Minus One” Formative:
Within the period, the students are Me Through Those Who Care  How would you describe the daughter?
expected to: for My Growth  How has the mother changed the life of her child?  Quiz
 If you were on the shoes of the daughter, what would you tell
 present the purpose of the Materials/References: your mother after discovering that she donated her ears for you?
Journal Writing:
prophetic literature and the  Speak Lord- pp. Interaction:
236-244  What is prophet?  Imagine yourself being a
overview of the prophetic
 Blackboard  What is the primary concern of the prophet? newspaper reporter. And
books of the Old Testament
 What are their main missions? you were around when
 Chalk
 What are the different characteristics of the prophets? Jesus called His first
 identify the major and minor  Bible
Integration: disciples. Make a report
prophets and their respective  Power Point
message  How can we be prophets to others? based on what you
Presentation
 What do you think we need to pray for to be able to comply witnessed. Be sure you put
with the message of the prophets? a headline to it.
 point the main missions and Values:
characteristics of the prophets  Cooperation, love, gratitude, courage, discipline, and fidelity.
Synthesis:
 Like the little fish, most often we are searching for the truth, or
something we need to be certain of. We are unaware that what
we are searching is with us already. That is the reason why God
sends us prophets to make us see the reality in the right
perspective and enlighten us when we are in the wrong track.
Agreement:
 Bring short bond paper, coloring materials, pencil, and ruler.
 Answer your work sheet on page 243.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 2 Introduction:
Activity: I Am a Prophet (The Motivation: Formative:
Within the period, the students are Transformation)  What significant change you notice in yourself when you Slogan Making: (your message as a
expected to: started this school year and now? prophet)
Materials/References:  Do you like the change or not?
 .Example: “God is
 apply what they learned about  Speak Lord- pp. 235  What made you change that way?
everywhere.”
the prophets through a slogan  Blackboard
 Put design in your work.
 Chalk Interaction:
 express their ideas on how they  Bible  What message can you give to other people if you are one of the
prophets? (in a form of slogan) CRITERIA:
can continue the works of the  Art Materials  Neatness= 20
prophets
Integration:  Creativity= 30
 How important is the role and mission of the prophets in our  Content= 40
 create their own slogan and
explain it to the class
world today?  Overall impact= 10
Values:
Total= 100 points
 Conversion of heart, being responsible of our own actions, total
faith in God.

Synthesis:
 Those who are called by God must speak His words without
fear.

Agreement:
 Read in advance the life of the Prophet Isaiah
Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth
Level : Grade 7 Date : February 9-13, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Transforms: Major Prophets Number of Meetings: 3
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Isaiah: God Teaches Me the Motivation: What are the top three worries of a grade 7 pupil? Formative:
Within the period, the students are Way to Holiness and  Integrate tenses from English subject.
expected to: Wholeness  Past, Present, and the Future- “Our future will depend on how  How can you be holy
we live our life in the present.”
today? Give an example.
 relate the story and mission of Materials/References:
 Speak Lord- pp. Interaction:  What hinders you from
Isaiah and have a more accurate
245-251  Who is Isaiah? being holy?
understanding of holiness
 Blackboard  Why is he considered the prophet of holiness?
 draw out the relevance of  Chalk  What is holiness?
Isaiah’s life mission to our  Bible  Is it possible to be holy?
calling towards holiness  Power Point
Integration:
Presentation
 Isaiah believes in the conversion, how can we cultivate an eye
 pray for a more authentic spirit to see the good around us?
of renewal and hope
Values:
 Never quit, quitters never succeed.

Synthesis:
 Being good every time, everywhere, and to everyone.

Agreement/Assignment:
 Answer your work sheet on page 253, #’s 1-4
 Bring marker.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 2 Introduction:
Jeremiah: God Teaches Me Motivation: Group Activity (5 members) Formative:
Within the period, the students are How to Cultivate the Best in  Do you know the law of Isaac Newton that says in every action
expected to: Me there’s a reaction?
 Point out a difficult
 Examine closely yourself as a group and write down the actions
experience of yours that
 become aware that God does Materials/References: that you are doing that can bring you down and up. (use the
resulted to something good
not desire that we suffer, but  Speak Lord- pp. manila paper)
255-262 Interaction: in the end.
allows us to suffer so that we
may realize our past mistakes  Blackboard  Who is Jeremiah?
 What was his mission? Example:
and ultimately return to His  Chalk
 What was his message from God to us?  I really find playing
ways  Bible
Integration: basketball/ volleyball
 Power Point
 What was the relevance of his life as a prophet to us at present? difficult when I was still at
 describe how Jeremiah Presentation Values: your age because of my
denounced the people’s  Change for the better, Respect, and Self- Confidence physical structure most
abominable religious practices Synthesis: specifically my height.
and unjust ways and warned  We must commit ourselves to daily growth. Day by day,  But then, I did not give up
them of the great catastrophe consider ways to cultivate the best in ourselves by doing the until I learned these sports
that was coming if they right ways. (building self- confidence) and I am now confident in
continued to refuse to repent Agreement/Assingnment:
playing these sports.
and change their ways  Research on the life of some young Filipinos who did a brave
act. (young heroes)
 offer to the Lord all our joys  Get learning from their heroic act and make it as your
and sufferings so that we may inspiration in answering the call to become a prophet.
experience His continued
presence and love in everything
that we do
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 3 Introduction:
Ezekiel: God Teaches Me that Motivation: Students will be asked to: Formative:
Within the period, the students are Everyone is Responsible for  Shout
expected to: Her/ His Own Acts  Throw a book of their classmates  Think of something good
 Throw a garbage anywhere that you can do to your
 become aware that in the story Materials/References:  Do you feel responsible to the things you did or not? classmates.
of Ezekiel God is infinitely  Speak Lord- pp. Interaction:
263-270  Who is Ezekiel?
 Act out the message without
merciful because God
 Blackboard  Who is he as a prophet?
speaking.
understands our weaknesses
 Chalk  What is the call of Ezekiel?  Observe the reaction of your
and temptations even more than
 What is his style in doing his call as a prophet? classmate.
we ourselves do  Bible
 What are the messages of Ezekiel from God?  Make a short reflection
 Power Point
about your own
 realize that we are interiorly Presentation Integration:
strengthened by this show of  Why is it important for you to take responsibility for your own observation.
actions?
love, and are inspired to express
Values:
our love for Him in our
 Sense of Responsibility and Change for the better.
concrete acts and mercy Synthesis:
towards others  Through Ezekiel, we are informed that God is still with us even
if we fall into sin. We have to re- established our relationship
 turn to God for enlightenment with Him by being responsible with our own actions.
and discernment to face the Agreement:
consequence of one’s acts  No assignment: last meeting of the week.
Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth
Level : Grade 7 Date : February 16-17, 2015
Topic: Review: Prophets Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Review: Prophets (Game) Motivation: Competition on how you know the prophets and their Formative:
Within the period, the students are messages.
expected to: Materials/References:  Students will be grouped into five groups with ten members in
 Series of messages from the
 Speak Lord each group.
prophets will be shown to
 review their lessons in a way  Bible  Each group will form a line.
the students and they will
that they are also enjoying the  Visual Aid  Instructions will follow.
look the answer as fast as
activity possible.
Interaction:
 First person in each group will move two steps forward.  Second round- it will be a
 know the prophets beyond their
 He/she will answer the questions given but the score will be for reverse method wherein the
names but through the message names will be shown and
the group.
that they are bringing
 There is only one correct answer and you have to find it in the they have to find out the
words written in the cartolina and face your group mates. right message of the prophet
 relay the message to the people  The group with the highest score will be declared as the winner. shown to them.
around them in pa form of
prayer Integration:
 Learning new things in a creative way.

Values:
 Importance of preparation before a major examination.

Synthesis:
 Both minor and major prophets brings the message of God that
all of us must apply in our lives as Christians.

Agreement/Assignment:
 Read and study your lessons and prepare for a summative test.
Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth
Level : Grade 7 Date : February 18-20, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Transforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1
Long Test: Prophets V. Prayer/ Mood Setting  See attached page.
Within the period, the students are
expected to: VI. Giving of Instructions
Materials/References:
 identify the significant people,  Speak Lord VII. Test Proper
places, and events about the  Blackboard
VIII. Checking of Test Papers
prophets  Chalk
 Bible
 answer correctly and honestly Values:
the questions given to them  Honesty and Cooperation

 point out ways to improve their


scores when they will take
major examinations

Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth


Level : Grade 7 Date : February 23-27, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Transforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
The Wisdom Books: God Motivation: Picture Analysis (page 271) Formative:
Within the period, the students are Shows Me the Key to Attain  The picture depicts the composition of the Wisdom Books.
expected to: Wisdom
 Which is more important for
Interaction:
you as a student, knowledge
 describe what is Wisdom Materials/References:  .Read the story “The Song of the Bird”
 or wisdom and why?
Literature and give an overview Speak Lord  Ask the students to play a skit related to the story.
of the Wisdom Books  Bible  What is the message of the story?
 Visual Aid  Give an overview of the Wisdom Books. (books and their
 realize that no one can be wise descriptions)
who is not also good- a man
Integration:
who does not avoid sin and evil
 What is the connection of the story to the truth about the
is not wise Wisdom Books?
 What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom?
 turn to God in gratitude for
guiding us in His wisdom and Values:
love  To be wise also means that you are a good person.

Synthesis:
 Wisdom means practical intelligence to govern one’s house and
achieve success. It is the ability to put one’s life in order
according to God’s law.

Agreement/Assignment:
 Answer the work sheet in page277-278

Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth


Level : Grade 7 Date : March 2-6, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Transforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
The Book of Job: God Shows Motivation: Picture Analysis (page 281) Formative:
Within the period, the students are Me the Wisdom of Life’s  The picture shows the resiliency of Job to suffer and surrender
expected to: Reality himself to God despite the loss of his entire family and
 Compose a prayer
possession.
according to your present
 relate the story of Job and Materials/References:
situation/condition.
discover the wonderful message  Speak Lord Interaction:
of this book  Bible  Read the story about the oyster in page 282.
 Visual Aid  Let the students analyze the message of the story and discuss
their answers to the class.
 become aware that the
problems we encounter in life Integration:
can be solved by a broader and  Describe who is Job?
deeper awareness of God’s  What is the purpose of his story?
power, presence, and wisdom  What is the message and implications of the story
as shown in the story of Job  How can you apply the story of Job in your real life situation?

 turn to God in gratitude for the Values:


enlightenment in Job’s story  Facing life’s reality by putting God at the centre at all times.

Synthesis:
 The book of Job tells us that no one can comprehend God’s
purpose in allowing a just man to suffer, nor can he penetrate
the secrets of God’s prudence.

Agreement/Assignment:
 Answer the work sheet in page287.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth


Level : Grade 7 Date : March 9-13, 2015
Topic: God’s Word Transforms Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT

Day 1 Introduction:
Introduction to the New Motivation: Analyze the picture that can be found in page 289. Formative:
Within the period, the students are Testament: The Fulfillment of  The picture shows the Old and New Testament and their
expected to: God’s Promise for Our significance in the salvation of man.  Informal debate about
Salvation
religion.
 clarify that the New Testament Interaction:
Materials/References:  Read the story about the word made flesh.  Is it right and proper to
does not replace the Old
Testament  Speak Lord  Who is made flesh and dwelt among us? debate about the different
 Bible  To whom does this adage refer to? beliefs of different religions
  What does this mean: “Gaze at things, it won’t be long before to come out which is true
 convey that Christ came to Visual Aid
religion?
reconcile and reunite the people you see the world”?
Integration:
of God, the Christian Discuss the following:
Community  The overview of the New Testament and its literature.
 The formation of the Gospel.
 turn to God in gratitude for  The literary from the New Testament.
being one with us and show us  Brief descriptions of the books.
the way towards our total union  Message or concern of the New Testament.
with God Values:
 Performing true worship in the mass.
Synthesis:
 Jesus died without having written anything. It is only witnessed
by his chosen apostles. Therefore, Christian communities
passed from oral testimony to a written text. Gradually, the text
referring to what Jesus said did we regrouped according to its
importance.
Agreement/Assignment:
 Answer your work sheet in page 297.

Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth


Level : Grade 7 Date : March 16-20, 2015
Topic: Compilation of Requirements/ Clearance Signing Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT
Day 1
Compilation of LIST OF REQUIRMENTS: Formative:
Within the period, the students are Requirements/ Clearance
expected to: Signing  Compilation of all answered work sheets.

 compile all their outputs from  CLE Notebook


first grading period to fourth
grading Materials/References:  Scrap Book

 submit all the needed  Reflection Notebook/ Mass Attendance


requirements for the clearance
 Recite a prayer from the mid day booklet.
 create a one sentence learning  Gospel Komiks Compilation
as their synthesis of the whole
grading period discussion

Subject: CLE Quarter : Fourth


Level : Grade 7 Date : March 23-25, 2015
Topic: Final Test Number of Meetings: 1
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES LEARNING LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT
CONTENT
Day 1


Within the period, the students are
expected to:

recall and identify important


Final Test

Materials/References:
-Test Papers
-Paper and Pencil
Final
points of the topics discussed

 analyze the given statements if


they are according to moral
standards
Test
 answer the test honestly