PLANTILLA IN ENGLISH IV

SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 1: Revisiting History 1.1.Noting Effectiveness of Textual Aids 1.2.Getting Meanings through Word Analysis: Suffixes 1.3.Distinguishing Different Types of Sources of Information 1.4. Uses of IT in a Sentence 1.5.Listening and Taking Down Notes from Lecturettes of Oral Reports 1.6.Presenting Oral Reports 1.7.Employing Concept Mapping 1.8.Determining How the Plot of a Story Develops
DAY NO. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS

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ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE

ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY

ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES

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a. Give the importance of using textual aids b. Identify the meaning of the unfamiliar words in the Reading text using word analysis (suffixes) c.Distinguish the different types of sources of Information a.Enumerate the uses of IT in a sentence b.Use IT in a sentence

Recall on the standards that the teacher presented during the first meeting

Game: YES or NO (Questions answerable by yes or no will be given. The last student standing will be declared as the winner.)

Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points.)

Written Activity Direction: Give the derivation of the underlined word and identify its meaning from the choices given. Written Activity Direction: Rewrite the following

Short Quiz (Essay type) 1. Why is it important to use textual aids?

Recall on the story read.

Game: aMAZEing Race (Students compete to solve the mystery word of the day (IT)

Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each

Create dialogues using the illustration. Use IT

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a. Enumerate the steps in taking down notes from Lecturettes or oral reports b. Differentiate the 4 methods of presenting oral reports c.Prepare an oral report d. Present an oral report in front of the class a. Explain concept mapping b. Employ concept mapping in the oral report presented

Short quiz on the topic discussed. Direction: Go over the paragraph in the box and pick out the pronouns. Put the pronoun in the first column and its antecedent referent in the second column. Check the third column if the pronoun is used as a subject. Drill (On the methods of presenting oral reports using flashcards)

Game: Telephone wire (A message will be given to the first row sitters and they will be tasked to pass the message to the next person until the message reaches the last person. The group with the correct message wins.)

student called will earn 10 points.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points.)

sentences using either it/they as the case may be. Written Activity Direction: On your notebook, select one type of oral report and prepare to present it in class.

presenting its uses in a sentence. Reporting: Presenting an oral report. Group 1Barangay updates Group 2current events in the Barangay Group 3Barangay as partnership in governance Reporting: Present an oral report using the concept map that you made. Reporting: Using a concept map present the

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Picture (A picture bearing two similar ideas presented differently will be shown to the class. Reading of the story: TRUCE IN THE FOREST by Fritz Vincken

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a. Enumerate the elements of a story b. Differentiate the different

Review using Concept map. (All lessons discussed will be presented in a

Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each

Written Activity Direction: Make a concept map of your oral report yesterday. Written Activity Direction: Answer the following

elements of a concept map) story c.Through concept mapping, present the plot of the story SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 2: Looking into Tradition

student called will earn 10 points.)

questions related to the story read.

elements of the story

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2.1. Activating Background Knowledge through Effective Titles 2.2. Deriving Words 2.3. Locating Information from General and Primary Sources 2.4. Using Personal Pronouns 2.5. Pointing Out the Effectiveness of Devices in Attracting Listeners 2.6. Employing Concept Mapping in Taking Down Notes 2.7. Noting the Timeline in Narratives
DAY NO. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS

ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES THAT THAT PRACTICE APPLY

ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES

a. Make a concept map to activate background knowledge on a given title 1

Review on the previous topic through question and answer.

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Derive the

Concept Map: TRADITION

Think-Pair-Square: a. Think time A picture is presented and students are asked to observe it b. Pair Work Students share with their partner c. Square Work Students share with 2 pairs Comprehension

Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points.)

Make a concept map on the subject TRADITION (by group)

Present your work in front of the class.

Oral Activity Numbered

Short Quiz

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meaning of TRADITION unfamiliar words through the given suffixes b. Locate information from general and primary sources c.Supply the needed information from the text given. a. Enumerate Flashcard Drill on and differentiate words with the 3 uses of suffixes. pronouns b. Use personal pronouns in sentences

Check-Up: Look at the words used in the selection you are about to read. a. Com monly b. Drunk ard c.Parental d. Autho rity Hug Tag: Coop Play starting with one IT. Those hugging somebody are safe. The ones caught will be ITs until everybody is tagged. Listening Activity: A paragraph is read and students will be asked to jot it down as fast as they could. (checking of right responses after) Socratic Method

(Questions about the lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points.)

Heads Together: Students will be asked to answer questions by group.

on words with given suffix and questions about the story read.

Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points.)

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a. Explain the effectiveness of devices in attracting listeners b. Make a concept map on the topic given a. Enumerate and explain the 3 timelines used in narratives

Flashcard Drill on sentences with IT. Students will be asked to identify the specific use of IT in the sentence.

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Flashcard Drill on sentences with IT. Students will be asked to identify

Written Activity: Direction: Identify all personal pronouns in the sentences that follow. Do these in your notebook. Oral Activity Written (Questions Activity: about the Make a lesson will concept map be given. on the topic Each student given called will earn 10 points.) Oral Activity Written (Questions Activity: about the Answer page lesson will 33 of the

Checking of the written activity and assessment of scores.

Presentatio n and assessment of outputs

Short Quiz on the topics discussed.

3. 3. 3.3.6.2. Classify the given text according to the kinds of timelines the specific use of IT in the sentence. 3.b. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES THAT ACTIVITIES THAT THAT PRACTICE APPLY EVALUATES 1 a. 3. be given.) SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 3: Going Native 3. Scanning Newspaper Headlines to Get Information Using Definition to Identify a Word in a Text Utilizing Knowledge of the Different Text Types Stating a Fact or Opinion (Phrases) Utilizing an Outline in Taking Down Notes Observing Conversational Strategies in Oral Interactions Using Outlines to Organize Ideas from a Text Describing Types of Conflicts in a Selection Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth First 3 DAY NO.7.5.1. Brainstorming: 3 newspaper headlines will be presented in front Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will Written Activity: Answer page 36 of the Checking and Assessment of the written activity . Each student called will earn 10 points.8.4. 3. 3. textbook. Scan newspaper headlines to get information Review on the previous topic.

Enumerate the different text types a. Define conflict Short Quiz on yesterday’s Think-PairSquare: Written Activity: Role Playing: Choose one . Each student called will earn 10 points. Written Activity: Differentiate a sentence outline from a topic outline.Use definition to identify a word in a text c.b. Socratic Method: If you were to choose from being a Filipino and a Foreigner what would you opt? Picture: Showa picture of a house with scaffolds. Use phrases appropriately. Dialogue: Create dialogues on any of the following topics. Make an outline of the topics found on page 42 of the book. Each student called will earn 10 points. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. book.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Written Activity: Make an outline of the topic discussed for the day. Students will then be asked to match them with excerpts from the newspaper. Phillips 66: Students are grouped by 6 and they view each other’s opinion on a topic for 6 minutes. Observe verbal clues used in conversations Checking of Assignment on the previous topic. Flashcard Drill on the sentences with different types of phrases 3 a. Use outlines Review on to organize ideas yesterday’s from a text group sharing.Identify and explain the 3 types of phrases a. Make an outline of the notes taken b. 4 Puzzle: Each group is asked to complete the puzzle given by the teacher. 2 of the class.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. 5 a. Each student called will earn 10 points. be given. Answer the questions related to the text read b.) Oral Activity (Questions Written Activity: Study the sentences and identify the types of phrases in each sentence. Define phrase c.

OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES a. Getting Information from News Reports. Noting the Effectiveness of Textual Aids in Activating Background Knowledge 4.2. Strengthening Positive Values 4. Each student called will earn 10 points. Explain the effectiveness of textual aids in Highlight on the best performance of a role play Pass-A-question: Oral Activity Choose one With the sound (Questions graphic of dance music. Arriving at the Appropriate Meaning of Words 4.b. Reacting to Literary Technique Adapted by the Author ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # Fourth First : 4 DAY NO. focusing on the element chosen. a about the organizer and Presentatio n of outputs .4. Using Infinitives and Infinitive Phrases 4.6.5.3. Enumerate the 5 types of conflicts discussion Share your most unforgettable moment where in you had a fight with your best friend. Informative Talks. about the lesson will be given. and Panel Discussions 4.7. Speeches.) Answer the element of comprehension the story and questions role-play a related to the situation text.1. Using Outlines and Notes in Preparing a Research Paper 4. SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 4. Deriving Information from a Journalistic Text Using a Vertical File 4.

Comprehension Check-Up (questions related to the text given) Summarize in 5 statements the information you derived from the text Short Quiz on appropriate meaning of words Board Work: The word phrase will be written on the board. Identify an infinitive phrase and give its function a. Students will be asked to write anything related to the concept. student notes in called will preparing Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.O.activating background knowledge done last meeting cabbage will be passed around with questions written on each peel.) b. Each student called will earn 10 points. Role Playing: Student volunteers are asked to play the role of a . Derive Information from news reports. Short Quiz on infinitive phrases. Each student called will earn 10 points. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Make 5 sentences using infinitive phrases and identify its functions. Enumerate and explain the functions of an infinitive b. speeches. Written Activity: Transform each verb into infinites and use it in a sentence. and panel discussions Present one graphic organizer lesson will be given. Derive Information from a Journalistic Text using a vertical file c. Believe (D.) present the information given. Identify the appropriate meaning of the given words b. informative talks. Unlocking of Difficulties: Decide the meaning of value and device that is most appropriate to each of the sentences that follow. a. See (subject) Fantasy: Oral Activity Written Imagine that you (Questions Activity: are a broadcast about the Enumerate the journalist lesson will be steps in using covering the 2010 given. Each outlines and Elections. a. Answer the questions related to the given text a.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.

Other students will then take down notes from the report delivered. earn 10 points. Deducing the Theme from a Narrative Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth First .3.6.b. Skimming to get the Idea 5. Using Varied Strategies to Summarize a Material 5. Each text given) the piece student that he called will wrote? earn 10 points. Beliefs (Gerunds and Gerunds Phrases) 5.4.) a. Listening to Derive Information from News Reports 5.5. Using Headings to Set Purpose in Reading 5. React to Socratic Method Literary technique applied by the author b. Enumerate the steps in using outlines and notes in preparing a research paper. Using a Definition to Identify a Word in a Text 5.2. Oral Activity Comprehension Did the (Questions Check-Up technique about the (questions used by the lesson will be related to the author suit given. SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 5: Realizing Dreams 5. Expressing Opinions.7. Feelings.1.) research papers. Answer questions related to the story read Think-Pair-Share: What makes you happy? (Share answers with partner) field reporter.

Use definition to identify a word in a text b. Comprehension Check: Answer questions related to the text. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES a. Written Activity: Checking and . Each student called will earn 10 points.) Checking of the Numbered Heads Assignment given.Use headings to set purpose in reading c.) Oral Activity (Questions Written Activity: Define Skimming Skimming Activity: Skim through the text and answer the questions related to it Using your group’s dictionary.Define Skimming b.Enumerate the uses of gerund phrases What lesson did you learn from the previous story read? React to this line: “People everywhere want their dreams realized.DAY NO.Derive information from Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.Differentiate gerunds from gerund phrases b. define the unfamiliar words in the selection. Answer the questions related to the given text a. First Lady of the World (Ask the students their idea of the heading given.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.” Skim through the given text.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Present the Heading: Eleanor Roosevelt. Together: Locate as many words (from the text) as you can that ends with –ing. Written Activity: Identify the sentence that uses a gerundial phrase by underlining it. Each student called will earn 10 points. Answer Activity 2 on page 79 of your textbook.Skim through the text and answer the questions related to it a. Short Quiz on the previous topic Present and example of a a. Each student called will earn 10 points.

3. 6.2. 6.7. 6. given. about the Answer page Assessment lesson will be 81 of your of results. to summarize a Determining Rhetorical Functions Used in Essays material material and on b. Year student called will Rating Period : Second earn 10 Quarter points.) strategies learned. Scanning to Determine Specific Meaning and Information Noting the Effectiveness of Textual Aids Expressing Gratitude/Appreciation (Clauses) Listening to Take Down Information from Detailed Reports a.1. 6.Deduce the deducing the theme from a theme from a narrative narrative. DAY NO.Use varied Go over the news Discussion on the Improving Voice. and Pronunciation strategies to report from TV varied strategies Expanding Ideas in Well-Constructed Paragraphs summarize a PATROL last night. SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 6: Across Cultural Barriers 6. by called will employing earn 10 the points. Scan to Share insights on determine specific the previous text meaning and read.news reports news report. Each Presenting it summary student creatively.4. 6.6. Articulation. 6. Each Grade/Section: Fourth textbook. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 a.) Oral Activity Deduce the Go over the Week # : 1 (Questions theme from text and about the the narrative come up lesson will be read.5. with a short given. Pre-Scanning: Questions from the text will be Oral Activity (Questions about the Comprehension What Is the Check-Up: significance Answer of using .

presidentiables) given. Each student called will earn 10 points. textual aids? Written Activity: Complete the following sentences using an appropriate type of clause.) a. Write your own sentences using the given words to introduce a clause Listening In groups of Activity: 5 select a Take down speech notes as the material teacher reads a and present detailed report it in front of the class tomorrow.) a.) points.) a. Define clause Share some Think-Pair-Share Oral Activity b. Each student called will earn 10 points. Enumerate and insights on the Explain the (Questions differentiate the previous text following line: about the 3 types of read.) a. Written Choose one Activity: of the Rewrite the following sentences into topics in a welldeveloping organized an paragraph expository using paragraph.information b. Each none may student penetrate. Take down Flashcard Drill on Mock Interview Oral Activity information from a sentences with (Role playing of (Questions detailed report different types of selected students about the b. Read a speech clauses portraying as the lesson will be material orally. Write a well Short Quiz on the Game: Go In Oral Activity constructed previous topic Between (Questions paragraph (Students are about the asked to execute lesson will be the orders of the given. questions related to the text. Explain the effectiveness of using textual aids 2 3 4 5 lesson will be given. Each teachers without student letting go of the called will hands of the earn 10 group mates. exposition Written Activity What type Comprehension of essay is . “I am an island.” called will earn 10 points. I lesson will be clauses build walls that given. Determine Sharing of the Ponder on the Oral Activity rhetorical functions activity conducted following lines: (Questions given and each student is only given 5 minutes to locate the answers.

6.7. What do you consider your passions in life? Why do you consider them as such? about the lesson will be given. 7. 7. Each student called will earn 10 points. 7. 7.) Check: Answer questions related to the text.5.3. 7.used in essay last meeting. the literary piece presented? Why? SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 7: Bridges and Brotherhood 7.8.2.4. Differentiat Share insights on Presenting Oral Activity Written Answer page . Reading Closely to Get Explicit and Implicit Information Recognizing Connotative and Denotative Meanings Skimming to Get the Main Idea and the Author’s Purpose Coordinating and Correlative Conjunctions Listening to Identify Markers of Cohesion Using Appropriate Language to Express Thoughts and Ideas Writing a Reflective Journal Appreciating the Use of Imagery and Poetic Devices ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth Second 2 DAY NO. 7. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 a. 7.1.

3 a.) Activity: 103 of your Go over these textbook. Each student called will earn 10 points. Answer the questions related to the text read. Each student called will earn 10 points. Checking of the activity given. Kennedy . quotations with ambiguous meanings (Students will share their understanding. related to the text. Each student called will earn 10 points. Did he use 4 a. Comprehension Give the Check: main idea for Answer each questions paragraph.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Give the connotative and denotative meaning of the selected words from the text a. Think about the address of John F. conjunctions from correlative conjunctions Game: CrodileAlligator-Monkey (A test of speed and following directions) Written Activity: Combine the 2 sentences in each number using any of the conjunctions. Written Activity: Choose one cohesive device and use Construct 5 sentences with coordinating and correlative conjunctions. Express ones thoughts and Checking of Assignment Read again the text about John F. b.e explicit information from implicit information. Skim through the selection to get the main idea b. Kennedy. words from the selection you are about to read and give both the denotative and connotative meaning.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. the lesson learned from the previous text read. Identify the different markers of cohesion b.) (Questions about the lesson will be given. Show pictures of the presidents of the United States of America 2 Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Differentiate Short Quiz on the coordinating previous topic.

4.8. Pointing Out How Writers Build a System of Values DAY OBJECTIVES/ ACTIVITIES THAT ACTIVITIES THAT ACTIVITIES Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth Second 3 ACTIVITIES THAT ACTIVITIES . Identifying the Role of Discourse Markers 8. Using Collocation of Difficult Words to Unlock Meaning 8.3. Activity: or write Think of one down in a experience you journal entry have gone a slogan through the showing your past week and feelings after write a journal reading the entry for that poem.1. Each student called will earn 10 points. 5 Each student called will earn 10 points.2. a. appropriate language to express his thoughts? Written Sketch/Draw.6. experience. Using the Accompanying Non-Verbal Clues 8.) it in a sentence. Writing a Personal Account 8.5. Using Transition Signals/Connectives/Adverbs 8. Identify the imagery used in the text presented Ask one of the students to read their output on the previous session. Coping with Unknown Words and Ambiguous Sentence Structures 8. Write a reflective journal b.) Role Play on the Oral Activity advertisement of (Questions Purefoods (Dear about the Diary) by selected lesson will pupils be given.7.ideas appropriately. Transcoding Information from Linear to Non-linear Text 8. SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 8: Scent of Peace 8.

ambiguous structure with the use of the pronoun his. Use transitional Answering of the Re-reading of the signals in a assignment given. Each student called will earn 10 points. COMPETENCIES REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS PRESENT NEW MATERIALS THAT PRACTICE APPLY THAT EVALUATES 1 a.NO. adjectives and nouns which fit best together to form a collocation. story: sentence. Each textbook. Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Unlock the meaning of the unfamiliar words through collocation Presentation of the artworks of the selected students. Answer the questions related to the text Checking and Assessment of results of the activity given. Notice the words b.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.) Written Answer Activity: page 118 of Match the your book. connectives student used in the . Which does the first his refer to? What about the second his? The third his? Oral Activity Written Underline (Questions Activity: the about the Answer page transition lesson will be 122 of your signals or given. with the rest of Comprehension Look at the Check: second to Answer the last questions paragraph. Identify and interpret reference and substitution b. Transcode the given text using this diagram. related to the It has an text. a.Transcode the given text b. Each student called will earn 10 points. Identify or phrases that transitional signals link a sentence in a sentence. Group Sharing: Do you still remember the Teleserye of ABSCBN entitled LOBO? Who is your favorite character? Why? 2 3 a.

markers b.) striking passage in the text. Enumerate and Short Quiz on the identify discourse previous topic. Each textbook. Each student called will earn 10 points. following paragraph. 4 a.) Listening Activity: Listen to the passage read. Grade/Section: Fourth Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Second 4 9. Drawing Conclusions (Conjunctive Adverbs) 9.the paragraphs. Oral Activity Written Write a (Questions Activity: journal about the Answer page entry that lesson will be 127 of your reveals given.6. Conveying Information through Interactive Media .5. called will earn 10 points.2. Sharing of one of the personal accounts written by selected students.Read the selection and identify the practical applications of positive values.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Board work: Write as many as you can: What are the joys of your life? SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 9: Hallmarks of Friendship Reporting: Write and personal account and share it in front. your student thoughts called will and feelings earn 10 about a points. Scanning for Specific Details 9.3. Using Previous Experience as Basis for Processing Information 9. Give example of non-verbal clues c. Take note of the discourse markers used in each sentence. Listening to Determine the Content and Function of Statements 9. Note down the nonverbal clues used by the reporter.1. Using Collocation as Aid in Unlocking Meaning 9. Write a personal account GUESSING GAME (Charades) 5 a.4.

forget. volunteers on the friendship Present the examples on a chart (No labels yet. the terms that are related to the given words as used by the author. Each student called will earn 10 points. Enumerate the Sharing by uses of conjunctive selected adverbs. Oral Activity Comprehension Share one (Questions Check: friendship about the Answer experience lesson will be questions that you given. Cite previous 2 experiences relevant to the selection. Each related to the can never student text. b. Friendship Positiv Negativ e e Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Scan the paragraph for details b. Written Checking Activity: Scan and through the assessment first three of the paragraphs activity and pick out given. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY 1 a. Review on the concepts learned through Socratic Method Picture: Drawing of a house half-built with scaffolds.9.7. Use collocation as aid in unlocking meaning Share insights learned from the previous story read.) a. points.8. Using Interactional and Transactional Functions of Language in a Letter 9. Identifying Values Reflected in Various Text Types ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES DAY NO.) 3 a. Answer questions related to the selection read. The students Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be Written Activity: Answer page 134 of your Checking and assessment of the . called will Present it earn 10 creatively.

Show an example of a letter of Appeal. Each related to the Why do you student text. Brainstorm on possible issues.) Present the different text types. Each student called will earn 10 points. activity given. Written Activity: Go over the sample letter and find out about its contents. 4 a. will be the one to identify the uses. concerns. determine the content and function of statements b. Oral Activity Comprehension What (Questions Check: values are about the Answer reflected in lesson will be questions each type? given. b. Read aloud in class one of the letters written by the students.) given. SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 10: Development and National Grade/Section: Fourth .experience. Enumerate the Short Quiz on the steps in listening to previous lesson. Differentiate a letter of appeal from a letter of inquiry a.) book. 5 Write a letter of appeal. think so? called will Support earn 10 your points.) answer. or problems on which you would base your letter. Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Answer questions related to the text given. Identify Values reflected in various text types. Each student called will earn 10 points.

Unlock unfamiliar words in the selection through context clues. 10.Pride 10. Read closely to get details from the text.5. a. a.) Written Activity: Answer page 144 of your book.1. Short Quiz on Context Clues. 10. Comprehension What Check: values are Answer reflected in questions the text? related to the Why do you text. Each student called will earn 10 points.8. . OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS Least Densely Populated Countries ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 2 Transcode the key information in the text by completing the graphic organizer b.7.3. Each student called will earn 10 points. 10. Transcoding Information from Linear to Non-linear Text Defining Words from Context Reading Closely to Get Details Expressing Opinion: Agreeing/Disagreeing (Parallelism) Assessing Effectiveness of Materials Listened To Using Idioms in Expressing One’s Feelings Using Sensory Details in a Descriptive Paragraph Discriminating between Positive and Negative Values Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Second 5 DAY NO. Checking and Game: Paint me Assessment of the a Picture Short Quiz Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.6.2. 10. 10. 10. 10. think so? Support your answer. Share insights learned from the previous story read.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.4.

Comprehension Checking Check: and Answer assessment questions of the related to the activity text. a.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. b. Discriminating between Positive and Negative Values Short Quiz on the previous activity Game: Charades Present an example of an idiomatic expression. given . Use idioms in expressing one’s feelings b.3 a. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Written Activity: Answer page 144 of your book. parallel sentences. 4 Sharing of insights on the previous lesson. Using Sensory Details in a Descriptive Paragraph a. Checking and assessment of the activity given. Each student called will earn 10 points. Game: Blockbuster 5 Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Written Activity: Use idioms in expressing one’s feelings Checking and assessment of the activity given. Each student called will earn 10 points. Assess effectiveness of materials listened to. Express one’s Sharing of opinion in insights on the grammatically previous lesson.

7. Using Phrases and Clauses (Expressing Concession and Opposition) 11.3.8. be built b. Transcoding Information from Linear to Non-linear 11. Answer questions Video Clip: (About global warming) Comprehension Check: Answer questions related to the text.5.4. Read the assessment o f selection to get the previous details activity b.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Make a topic outline on using context clues 2 Checking and a. Asking and Responding to Questions about a Chart 11. Derive the meaning of words through a definition as context clue Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Reading Closely to Get Details 11. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 Sharing of insights Picture: Blueprint Explain topic on the previous of a house yet to outline story read.2. Checking and Assessment of results . Noting Pertinent Details of Materials Listened To 11. Showing a Keener Sense of Value for What is Worthwhile ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth Third 1 DAY NO. Understanding the Parts of a Research Paper 11. Each student Written Activity: Derive the meaning of the italicized words through a definition as a context clue.1.6. Each student called will earn 10 points.SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 11: Strike a Balance 11. Recognizing Definition as a Context Clue 11.

b.) Written Activity: Answer page 164 of your textbook. Answer questions about the chart presented. Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. 4 Written Activity: Fill in the chart with details from the short conversation read. a. How can you help mitigate the effects of greenhouse effect? Think –PairOral Activity Square (What is (Questions the difference of a about the phrase from a lesson will be clause?) given.) 3 a. Express concession and opposition using phrases and clauses. Each student called will earn 10 points.related to the selection called will earn 10 points. 5 Present the pie Playing the music Oral Activity Answer page Short quiz .) Listening Activity: A short conversation is read aloud. Each student called will earn 10 points. Write 5 sentence expressing concession and opposition using phrases and clauses Explain the given pie graph by getting specific details. Listen to a Short quiz on the conversation for previous topics specific details. Compare and contrast a phrase from a clause b.

Picking Out the Elements that Distinguish the Play as a Literary Form DAY NO.7.4.8. looking at Idioms Related to Weather 12. or diagrams b. Use idioms related to Checking and assessment of the previous activity Graphic Aid: Weather Oral Activity Answer page (Questions 174 of your about the book. Enumerate and explain the parts of a research paper b.2. and Information Questions 12. (Questions 171 of your about the book. Identify words suggesting music of the language graph used in the previous topic. of a famous ballad. Whether. lesson will be given. SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 12: Weather Pattern 12. or Diagrams 12. Organizing Information Illustrated in Tables.a. lesson will be given. graphs. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # on the topics discussed. Using Outlines and Notes as Aids in the Preparation of a Research Paper 12. Its Purpose and Effects 12. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS Fourth Third : 2 ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 a. Organize information illustrated in tables. Each student called will earn 10 Write in paragraph form the complete information that can be derives from the Climate . Expressing One’s Viewpoint on an Issue 12.6. Graphs. Assessing the Effectiveness of Material Listened To.1.3. Identifying Facts and Opinions 12. Using Clauses with If.5.

and Whether) Use clauses with If and whether Written Activity: Answer page 178 of your book. Do you think the selection about “El Niño” is stating a fact or an opinion? Prove your answer Checking and assessment of results 3 . Sharing of insights Message Relay: from the previous Sentences with If selection read. 2 a.) Written: Make a table of facts and opinions expressed in the selection read.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Identify the Sharing of the Reading of an facts and paragraph written. excerpt of a opinions weather report expressed in the selection read Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.weather in a sentence points.) table. Each student called will earn 10 points. Each student called will earn 10 points.

3.7. 13. Short quiz on the topics discussed. Assess the Short Quiz on the effectiveness of previous topic the material discussed read b. 5 Sharing of the a. work together to write opinions or statements about the topic. 13.4. Choose one topic. Explain modified written activity. with your partner. outline b.) Written Activity: Answer pages 181 and 193 of your book SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 13: Better Options 13.8. 13. Express one’s viewpoint on an issue Brainstorming: Explain in your own words “Half the world is compose of people who have something to say and keep on saying it.4 a.) Written Activity: Is the listening material effective? Prove your answer. 13. Discuss why a play is a literary form Game: Point me a picture Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. 13. Each student called will earn 10 points.1.5.6. 13. DAY Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth Third 3 Explaining Visual-Verbal Relationship in Information Map Deriving Meanings of Words through Context Clues Examining Opinions for Bias Using Anticipatory It and the Passive Voice Listening Analytically to Distinguish Facts form Opinions Expressing Varied Viewpoint on an Issue Using Notes in a Research Paper Appreciating Use of Imagery and Poetic Devices OBJECTIVES/ ACTIVITIES THAT ACTIVITIES THAT ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES THAT ACTIVITIES .” Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. 13.2. Each student called will earn 10 points.

Each student called will earn 10 points.) Written Activity: Answer page 200 of your book Restate the following sentences in the passive voice us anticipatory it. Restate Checking and sentences in the Assessment of passive voice Results using anticipatory it. Differentiate Presentation of an opinion from information map bias b. Each student called will earn 10 points. Answer questions related to the 2 text Checking and Assessment of Results of the Quiz Illustration of a Literary Map (page 195) Oral Activity Answer page (Questions 196 of your about the book lesson will be given.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. 3 a. Derive the meaning words through context clues a.NO. Each student called will earn 10 points. related to the text. Give the importance of Visual-Verbal Relationship in 1 reading an information map b.) Why is it important to use visualverbal relationship in reading an information map? Think-Pair-Share React to this Slogan: “Health is Wealth” Comprehension Short quiz Check: on the Answer topics questions discussed. . COMPETENCIES REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS PRESENT NEW MATERIALS THAT PRACTICE APPLY THAT EVALUATES a. Game: “Simon Says” Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.

) What is common in all the note cards? Why is there a need to cite such? SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 14: New Visions 14. Each student called will earn 10 points. 5 Short Quiz on the a.2. Reinforcing the Use of Locational Skills 14. Express varied viewpoint man issue 4 “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” Fact or Opinion? Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.1. Debate Challenge Group 1 – Pro Group 2 – Con (A member will challenge a student for a debate on the topic Choose a part of poem that strikes you most in terms of imagery. Identify words/lines poem from the suggesting imagery. Each student called will earn 10 points.a. Getting Meanings of Difficult Words Using the Dictionary Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Fourth Third .) Written Activity: Complete the table of facts and opinions from the selection read. Compare previous topic and contrast the three types of note cards b. Distinguish Checking and fact from Assessment of opinion Results b. Round Robin: Describe your classmate with one very appropriate adjective. Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.

6. Showing Respect for Intellectual Property Rights 14. Using If Only and I Wish in Sentences Expressing Wish and Regret 14.) Comprehension What is the Check: morale of the Answer text read? questions related to the text.5. Showing Appreciation for Significant Human Experiences ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS Quarter Week # : 4 DAY NO.3. Assessing the Effectiveness of a Material Listened To 14. .4. Use poem presented locational skills on the previous in getting lesson sources of information b.8. Each student called will earn 10 points. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 Re-reading of the a. Get meanings of difficult words using a dictionary Get accurate and required information from the textbook Checking and Assessment of the results of the quiz Game: Following Directions (Go to respective groups using sketch map) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.14.7. Arriving at a Consensus by Resorting to Varied Strategies 14. Extracting Accurate and Required Information from Sources Read 14. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Look up the Short quiz on meaning of the the topic given words discussed using dictionary 2 Picture of a polluted sea Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.

” Oral Activity Comprehension Show (Questions Check: appreciation about the Answer for significant lesson will questions human be given. If given the chance what would you change? 4 a. Document or prepared citation for the given text. Show Presentation of respect for the required task Intellectual Property rights through citation b. Each student called will earn 10 points. Identify the purpose of the material listened to b. by writing a called will diary entry . Each student called will earn 10 points. Use varied strategies to arrive at a consensus Sharing of the unforgettable experiences by selected students Game: The BIG question All questions one given for the students to answer (by group) 5 a. and regret 3 If a genie appeared right in front of you. agree with your group mates on a creative presentation about “The Students’ Role in Saving Nature from Destruction. Show appreciation for Board work: Associations of the word Respect Using any of the approaches learned. Share on unforgettable experience that you regretted most.) Using the three common ways of citing sources. What would your wish for? Why? Oral Activity Answer pages (Questions 212-213 of about the your book lesson will be given. Write Sharing of sentences insights from the expressing wish text read.a.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. related to the experience Each student text.

Use it to answer the given questions .significant human experience by writing a diary.4. Stating Cause-Effect Relationship (Conjunctions /Connectives of Cause and Effect) 15. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth Third 5 ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 a. earn 10 points. Using Outlines as Aids in the Preparation of Research Paper 15. Agreeing/Disagreeing with a Panelist Expressing Viewpoints on an Issue 15. Using a Prefix to Define New Words 15.7.8. Explaining Illustration and Schematic Diagrams in Science and Technology 15. Explain illustration and schematic diagrams in science and. Expressing One’s Attitudes and Values Concerning Nature DAY NO.3. Identifying Pronoun Antecedents to Understand a Cohesive Text 15. Each student called will Look at the diagram presented.) about your feelings after reading the poem. SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 15: Nature and Science Connection 15.6.2.1.5. lesson will be given. Technology b. Define new words using Sharing of at least 5 diary entries of student volunteers Picture of an Ecosystem Oral Activity Answer page (Questions 224 of your about the book. Identifying the Role of Discourse Markers in Signaling the Function of Statements 15.

Combine the given sentences using the appropriate conjunctions.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points. relating your answer) 2 Identify the pronoun antecedents in the given cohesive text Use conjunctions in stating causes and effects 3 4 a. Choose a topic and elect a chairperson. Checking and Assessment of the results of the given activity NumberedHeads Together List all the conjunctions form the previous selection read. Recalling of the tv program Y Speak by Moe Twister With 6 classmates. hold a panel discussion.prefixes earn 10 points. Each student called will earn 10 points. Answer pages 232-233 of your book. Identify the role of discourse markers in signaling the function of statements b. Each student called will earn 10 points. How would you survive? Pictures showing causes and effects Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.) Comprehension What morale Check: can you get Answer from the questions selection? (Use related to the pronouns in text.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.) Checking and Assessment of the results of the previous activity Game: Fantasy Imagine there are no longer trees nor animals in our surroundings. Indentifying pronoun antecedents in the sharing of the chosen students. Agree/Disagree to the ideas of the other panelists of . React to a Panelist expressing viewpoints on Sharing of the morale learned from the selection.

4. Separating Facts and Opinions 16.7. Each student called will earn 10 points. Express one’s attitudes and values concerning nature Short Quiz on the A Schematic previous topic.8.an issue your group. Writing a Short Paragraph about an Experiment Performed in Class 16. b.5. 5 a.3.) SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 16: Search for Answers 16. Diagram Showing how the earth was made Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.6. Analyzing and Reacting Critically 16. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS Sequential Numbered Heads Together (A Scrambled outline is given to each member.2.1. Listening to Different Viewpoints 16. Describing or Reporting an Experiment (The Passive Voice) 16. Adjusting Reading Speed to Suit One’s Purpose in Reading 16. Make an outline of the selection. Deducing the Central Theme of a Literary Work DAY NO. Read the selection slowly and identify facts Sharing of insights from the previous selection Picture of a rainbow Oral Activity (Questions about the Answer page 244 of your textbook Pick out the facts and opinions in . Defining Words Contextually 16. The group must arrange it accordingly. Grade/Section: What morale can you get from the selection? Fourth Year Fourth : 1 Rating Period : Quarter Week # ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 a.

Define words contextually read. Written Short quiz Activity: Study on the topic the given chart discussed and cut out and state the ideas given to each of the .) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Answer the questions related to the text read. Rewrite sentences in the passive form 3 Checking and Present 2 Assessment of the sentences results of the a. Listen to different view points b. Passive Written Activity: Answer page 247 of your book. Active written activity. Each student called will the selection given 2 a. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. a. lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points. b. Differentiate a fact from an opinion b. the chicken or the egg? Prove your answer. Fact Opinio Comprehension Short Quiz Check: on the topic Answer discussed questions related to the text. Game: Which came first. Analyze and react critically Checking and Assessment of the results of the written activity.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.and opinions b. Pick out 5 sentences in the active form and five sentences in the passive form. Checking and Assessment of the results of the written activity. Each student called will earn 10 points. 4 a.

) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.7.5. Show Value and Respect for Diversity Evident in Literature DAY NO.5 a. Write a short paragraph about the experiment preformed in the selection. b. Listening for the Main Idea of Voicemail Messages 17. Arriving at a Consensus by Resorting to Varied Strategies 17. Deduce the central theme of a literary work. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth Fourth 2 ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT . Identifying the Meaning of a Word with Multiple Meanings 17. Imparting and Sharing Information (The Passive Voice with Modal Auxiliaries) 17. Checking and Assessment of the results of the written activity.4.6. Gathering Data Using Non-Print Resources 17.) persons in the chart Write a short Comprehension paragraph Check: about the Answer experiment questions preformed in related to the the text. Quick Science experiment using a magnifying glass earn 10 points.1.2. Using Headings to Help Set Purpose in Reading 17. Preparing Documentation for the Rough Draft 17. Each student called will earn 10 points. selection. SUBJECT MATTER : Lesson 17: Breakthroughs in Science 17.8.3.

) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. 4 Use of varied Short quiz on the Strategies to arrive previous topic Coop-Coop (Yes or No Game) Oral Activity (Questions Work in group Checking of 5 Brainstorm and . Flash card drill on reading through the kinds of nonreading the print resources selection Picture of a computer 2 Comprehension Checking Check: and Answer Assessment questions of results of related to the the activity. text.) Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. Each student called will earn 10 points. Rewrite Sharing of sentences from insights on the the active to the story read passive voice 3 Game: Scrambles words Students are asked to form the correct sentence in the passive voice Oral Activity Answer page (Questions 263 of your about the book lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points. Set purpose in Sharing on the paragraph written by selected students Copy of an e-mail written on a manila paper Oral Activity Answer page (Questions 259 of your about the textbook lesson will be given.MATERIALS MATERIALS EVALUATES 1 a. Identify the meaning of a word with multiple meanings a. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. Enumerate the non-print resources that can be used in gathering data b.

Each student called will earn 10 points. student text called will earn 10 points. Listening to Assess Effectiveness of Speaker’s Purpose 18. Decide the activity. among yourselves ideas that you want to include in your project proposal. Surfing the Internet 18.7. Predicting Outcomes 18. Explaining a Process by Using Passive Voice (Present Perfect Tense) 18.) SUBJECT MATTER : Lesson 18: On the Wings of Technology 18.5. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth Fourth 3 ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT .4.2. Oral Activity Comprehension Checking (Questions Check: and about the Answer Assessment lesson will be questions of results of given.6. Reacting to the Literary Techniques of an Author DAY NO.at a consensus discussed about the lesson will be given. Getting Meaning of Words Using Context Clues 18. Incorporating Quotations to the Research Paper 18. Distinguishing between Social Calls and Business Transactions 18.) Brainstorming: Are computers smarter than men? Prepare Short quiz on the documents needed previous topic for the rough draft discussed 5 on any of the Assessment suggested of results of topics.1.3. Each related to the the activity.8.

) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Explain the process of accessing information b.) Comprehension Check: Answer questions related to the text What morale can you get from the story? Written Short Quiz Activity: Pick out the present perfect tense of verb in the verb in the following sentences. Identify them as active or .) Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. Each student called will earn 10 points. helpful or distracting Oral Activity Answer page (Questions 277 of your about the book lesson will be given.MATERIALS MATERIALS EVALUATES 1 a. Get the meaning of words using context clues Sharing of insights Think-Pair-Share on the previous Is the Internet topic discussed. Each student called will earn 10 points. Each student called will earn 10 points. Predict outcomes on the selection 2 Short Quiz Paint me picture (Group Game) 3 Explain a process by using passive voice Checking and Assessment of the results of the written activity. Schematic Diagram on surfing the Internet Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.

Showing Appreciation for Significant Human Experiences in a Grade/Section: Year Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth Fourth 4 . or do they control us? Who is master.) Comprehension Check: Answer questions related to the text Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. Might. Answer page 285 of your book. Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. Distinguish between social calls and business transactions a.2.5.) passive form. 5 Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.4.1.7. React to the Literary Techniques of an Author Explain this quotation: “Do we control machines. Indicating Affirmation and/or Objection to Ideas Expressed 19. Each student called will earn 10 points.4 Checking and Charades a.6. Writing the First Draft for the Research Paper 19. Assess Assessment of the effectiveness of results of the speaker’s written activity purpose through listening b. Use Sharing of insights quotations in on the previous the Research lesson Paper b. Listening Attentively to Interviews 19. SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 19: Future Decisions 19. who is slave? Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. May. Reading Closely to Get Explicit and Implicit Information 19.3. Using Modals. Each student called will earn 10 points. Could 19. Skimming to Get the Main Idea and the Author’s Purpose 19.

Determine meaning of words or phrases in context Sharing of insights on the previous lesson. Read closely to Flash card drill on get explicit and the new words implicit information 2 Blockbuster Game Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. .) Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. Word Hunt (Unfamiliar words in the selection) Oral Activity Answer page (Questions 295 of your about the books lesson will be given. 3 Use Modals in sentences Short Quiz on the previous topic Oral Activity Answer page (Questions 299 of your about the book lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points. Each Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. a.Selection ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES DAY NO.) Back Scratch (Relaying of a message) Comprehension Check: Answer questions related to the text Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. Each student called will earn 10 points. Skim through the selection d. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY 1 c.

) Indicate affirmation and/or objection to ideas expressed in the interviews 5 c. Show appreciation for significant human experiences in a selection Text Twist (Form as many words as you can) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Taking Essay Tests Grade/Section: Year Fourth . SUBJECT MATTER: Lesson 20: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century 20.1.4 Flash card drill on c. Write the Sharing of first draft for the insights on the research paper previous lesson d. Each student called will earn 10 points. Indicating affirmation and/or objection to ideas expressed Mock Interview by selected students student called will earn 10 points. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Comprehension Check: Answer questions related to the text Checking and Assessment of results of the activity.) Oral Activity Listen (Questions attentively to about the interviews lesson will be given. Listen the previous attentively to lesson interviews d.

Listening Analytically to Distinguish Fact from Opinion 20.3.) Blockbuster Game Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Each student called will earn 10 points.) Answer page 307 of your book Enumerate the steps on how to structure your answer in taking essay tests Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. Reviewing Active and Passive Forms of Infinitives (Making Predictions) 20.20. Using Varied Sentence Structures to Enhance Clarity in Expressing Ideas 20. Indicating Affirmations and/or Objections to Ideas Expressed in a Discussion 20. OBJECTIVES/ COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THAT REVIEW PREVIOUS MATERIALS ACTIVITIES THAT PRESENT NEW MATERIALS Rating Period : Quarter Week # : Fourth 5 ACTIVITIES THAT PRACTICE ACTIVITIES THAT APPLY ACTIVITIES THAT EVALUATES 1 a.2. Showing Appreciation for the Significant Human Experiences DAY NO.7. Reading Closely to Get Explicit and Implicit Information 20. Comprehension Check: Answer questions related to the text .8.6.5.4. Each student called will earn 10 points. Enumerate the Sharing insights steps on how to on the previous structure your lesson discussed answer in taking essay tests b. Define words from context Read closely to Checking of the get explicit and given assignment implicit information Charade: (Unfamiliar words in the selection) 2 Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given. Defining Words from Context 20.

a. 4 a. Each student called will earn 10 points. Indicate affirmations and/or objections to ideas in a discussion Game: Match Mine (Matching of letters) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.) Checking and Assessment of results of the activity.) Review the text Short Quiz given and identify the sentences that are facts and opinions 5 Sharing of insights Game: Paint me a a. . Each student called will earn 10 points. Show appreciation for the significant human Comprehension Check: Answer questions related to the text Checking and Assessment of results of the activity. What modern invention would you make? Oral Activity Answer pages (Questions 312-313 about the lesson will be given. Use the active Short Quiz on the and passive previous topic form of infinitive discussed in meaningful sentences 3 Fantasy (Imagine yourself as a scientist. Distinguish a Sharing of insights fact from on previous opinion lesson b. Each student called will earn 10 points. Use varied on the previous picture sentence lessons structures to enhance clarity in expressing ideas b.) Oral Activity (Questions about the lesson will be given.

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