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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

VISION
We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose values and competencies enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to
building the nation. As a learner-centered public institution, the Department of Education continuously improves itself to better service its stakeholders.

MISSION

To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-based and complete basic education where:

 Students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sensitive, safe, and motivating environment.


 Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learners.
 Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and supportive environment for effective learning to happen.
 Family, community, and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share responsibility for developing life-long learners.

CORE VALUES

Maka-Diyos
Maka-tao
Maka-kalikasan
Makabansa

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Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning Plan in English for Secondary Department

Course Title English for Grade 7 Course Code English

Credit Units 3 Course Pre-/Co- None


requisites
Course Description English 7 is a course intended for grade 7 high school students who vitally need to learn language skills that are applicable in their subjects that are
aligned with this course. The course is objectives are parallel to the learning competencies that are expected to be met at the end of the course. The
course covers the learners who have yet to learn in English which is essential to the other subjects related to the course.

The course helps students develop their language proficiency and other language learning skills by the activities and tasks that will be provided by
this course in order to meet the learning competencies at the end of instruction. It will establish activities that will help them improve in a specific
English macro skill in a specific task given. Moreover, the course includes topics that are essential with given tasks in group, pair or individual.

Course Intended Upon completion of this course, the students as future teachers are able to:
Learning Outcomes
(CILO) 1. Define the nature and structure of language
2. Give the meaning of sign symbols
3. Use appropriate idiomatic expression in variety of communication
4. Use correct stress when reading the passages
5. Transcode orally and in writing the information written in information

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PROGRAM MAPPING GRID

Courses Cre PS CT DML Com Col ICT IL Cit LC PSR


English 7 Grammar and Writing 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
English 8 Afro-Asian Literature 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
English 9 Philippine Literature 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
English 10 World Literature 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Codes: 3 = To a Large Extent 2 = To Some Extent1 = To a little Extent

Legend:
Cre Creativity PS Problem Solving CT Critical Thinking DML Decision Making & Learning Com
Communication Col Collaboration ICT Information and Communications Technology
IL Information Literacy Cit Citizenship LC Life and Career PSR Personal and Social Responsibility

COURSE MAPPING GRID

UNIT Cre PS CT DML Com Col ICT IL Cit LC PSR


1 – Vision, Mission, and Core Values 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 1 2 1
of Department of Education
2 – Valuing one’s Family 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
3 – Recognizing Beauty in Others 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
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4 – Befriending Others 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
5 – Adapting To Peers 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
6 – Loving Others 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
7 – Sharing Positive and Healthy Relationships 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
8 – Acknowledging Diversity 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
9 – Setting Aside Differences 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
10 – Embracing Diversity 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
11 – Responding To the Needs of Others 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
12 – Aiming To Be Socially Responsible 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
13 – Asserting One’s Identity In A Diverse Society 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
14 – Relating Past To Present 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
15 – Keeping Abreast With Changes 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
16 – Upholding Understanding Of Broadening Horizons 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
17 – Celebrating Cultural Ties 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Codes: 3 = To a Large Extent 2=To Some Extent 1= To a little Extent

Legend:
Cre Creativity PS Problem Solving CT Critical Thinking DML Decision Making & Learning
Com Communication Col Collaboration ICT Information and Communications Technology
IL Information Literacy Cit Citizenship LC Life and Career PSR Personal and Social Responsibility

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Liminal Period Unit 1: Introductory


(1st Grading Period)
Essential Learning
Week/s Content Declarative Functional Knowledge Intended Learning Suggested Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge Outcomes (ILO) Students Teaching/Learning (ATs)
should be able to: Activities (TLAs)
1 Demonstrate Enumerate the • Explain how the VMGO of • Vision, Mission, and Goal Graphic Organizer  State the vision
understanding of VMGO of the the school could be applied of CRHS Brainstorming and mission of
the Institution’s school in real-life situation Objectives of the CRHS Qestion and Answer the university
Vision, Mission, and discuss how
Goals, and this course may
Objectives help achieve
these.
 Enumerate
activities done in
the
university/colleg
e by the faculty
and students
that help in the
attainment of its
goals and
objectives.

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Show the content State the content of Explain or enumerate the Content of English 7 Brainstorming  Explain the
knowledge of the the learners’ content of the learners’ Discussion content of the
English for Grade materials in English materials learners’
7 of Grade 7 materials
 Disseminate the
subject content
to the students.

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Liminal Period Unit 2: Appreciating Myself

Essential Learning
Week Content Declarative Functional Intended Learning Outcomes Suggested Teaching/Learning Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge Knowledge (ILO) Students should be able to: Activities (TLAs) (ATs)
2-4 Characterize the Enumerate the  Explain the Lesson I. - PowerPoint/Video  Conduct a
nature and nature and structure nature and Searching for my beginnings Presentation on Nature research on
structure of of language structure of  Sounds of and Structure of nature and
language language Language language: A Group structure of
 Give examples  The Origin of Report language.
of it Proverbs - Recite some examples of  Write a
 Sentence Stress and the topic reflection of
Intonation what the
 Picture Words students have
 Writing for a learned .
Purpose  Research and
give some
example of
the nature and
structure of
language
 Identify the
meaning of a
word as it is
used in the
sentence.

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5-7 Demonstrate  Read Explain the Lesson II. - Listening to a Discussion  Write
knowledge, intensively purpose of Recalling my Ancestor’s Beliefs - Question and answer reflection on
understanding to find recalling the  Word World - Word games the theme of
in recalling answer to ancestor’s beliefs  Language Lingo one’s chosen
ancestor’s  Survey-Question-Read Philippine
questions
beliefs  Narrative Type myths and
 Language Connections legends

8-10 Demonstrate  Give the Discover Lesson III. - Listening to a Discussion  Transcode
knowledge, meaning of literature as a Connecting to My Past - Question and answer orally and in
understanding sign means of  Idiomatic Connections - Diagram making writing the
in connections symbols connecting to  Graphical Connection information
significant past  Paragraph Connection
presented
 Connected to Symbols
diagrams,
 Character Connection
 Connecting Artists and charts, table,
Storytellers graphs, etc.

11-12 Demonstrate  Observe Use correct stress Lesson IV. - Listening to a Discussion  Present a
knowledge, correct when reading the Learning from my Beginnings - Question and answer graphic
understanding subject verb passages  Viewing Prelude organizer
in learning agreement  Differing Views containing
from  Read to Find
information
beginnings  Tracing Backwards

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13 Demonstrate  Listen for Value stories in Lesson V. - Listening to a Discussion  Create a


knowledge, important accordance to Valuing my Elders’ Wisdom - Question and answer comic strip
understanding points real-life situations  Read Between the Lines - Read stories on different based on a
in valuing signalled by  Idiom Immersion literature myth
elder’s intonation  Paragraph in Focus
wisdom  Putting a Premium On

14 Demonstrate  Write Explain concepts Lesson VI. - Listening to a Discussion  Narrate a


knowledge, articles or and ideas in Celebrating Heroes’ Beliefs - Question and answer story
understanding paragraphs writing  The Pen is Mightier than - Essay writing creatively
in celebrating as a the Sword using modern
heroes’ beliefs reflection to  Idiomatic Conversations technology
the lesson  Celebrated Story

Liminal Period (EXAM WEEK) Unit 3: 1st Quarter Exam

Essential Learning
Week Content Declarative Functional Knowledge Intended Learning Outcomes Suggested Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge (ILO) Students should be able Teaching/Learning (ATs)
to: Activities (TLAs)
15 1ST QUARTER 1ST QUARTER • 1ST QUARTER EXAM ST
1 QUARTER EXAM ST
1 QUARTER EXAM 1ST QUARTER
EXAM EXAM EXAM

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Liminal Period Unit 4: Building Relationships

Essential Learning
Week Content Declarative Functional Knowledge Intended Learning Suggested Teaching/Learning Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge Outcomes (ILO) Students Activities (TLAs) (ATs)
should be able to:
16-17 Demonstrate  Enumerate the  Generate thoughts Lesson I. - PowerPoint/Video  Make a
knowledge, values and ideas to Valuing one’s Family Presentation on Nature brochure of
understanding in discussed activate prior  Think And Search and Structure of successful
valuing one’s  Distinguish knowledge Like A Centipede language: A Group family stories
family between literal  Match words with  Centipede Statement Report
and figurative their meanings  Lit (Literal) Vs Fig - Recite some examples of
(Figurative) the topic
language
 Phrase to Phrase - Use card catalog to locate
 In A Nutshell specific sources
 Conflicting Ideas

18 Demonstrate  Recognize  Show comparison Lesson II. - Listening to a Discussion  Create a mini
knowledge, main or key using simile and Recognizing Beauty In Others - Question and answer book of tips
understanding in ideas metaphor  Poetic Words And Lyrics - PowerPoint/Video related to
recognizing  Distinguish  Note relationships  Poetic License Presentation on Nature building
beauty in others of ideas and  Pm (Poetic Meaning) and Structure of relationship
features of
events  Poem Precis language: A Group
poems
Report
 Being Nice
- Poem writing
19-20 Demonstrate Employ correct turn-  Recognize cues Lesson III. - Paraphrase  Create a book
knowledge, taking and turn-giving and signals to Befriending Others ideas/information from a jacket

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understanding in strategies in determine the  Strange Melodic text


befriending conversations order of ideas and Connection - Listen to a discussion
others events  Relate and connect
 Story’s Chronological
Sequence
 Conflict Arises, Theme
Prevails
 Literal Vs Figurative
 There’s A Connection In
Reading
21-22 Demonstrate Arrange ideas  Infer thoughts and Lesson IV. - Extract information from  Get
knowledge, logically based on a feelings expressed Adapting To Peers a text using a paraphrase information
understanding in material viewed. in the text  Expect, Learn, and from general
adapting to peers understand references in a
 A. Words Unloaded library
 Poetically Yours
 Extract The Poetic
Essence Through
Differentiated Activities
 Sensing Out The T & M
(Tone & Mood)
 Isn’t Ironic?
 Reference Search
23 Demonstrate Use declarative  Infer the purpose Lesson V.  Summarize paragraphs and  Write a plot
knowledge, sentences of the text listened Loving Others feature articles summary
understanding in appropriately and to  Expressing it In
loving others meaningfully Various Ways
 Featuring Feature

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Articles
 Plot Summary
24 Demonstrate Gather current  Draw similarities Lesson VI.  Simplify ideas through  Create a
knowledge, information from and differences Sharing Positive and Healthy paraphrasing and PowerPoint
understanding in newspapers and other between Relationships summarizing presentation of
sharing positive print and non-print characters in a  Building Blocks a formal essay
and healthy media selection  Check The Elements or a
relationships  Pros and Cons Poster feature/informa
 Infomercial tive article
 The Power To Impress

Liminal Period (EXAM WEEK) Unit 5: 2nd Quarter Exam

Essential Learning
Week Content Declarative Functional Knowledge Intended Learning Outcomes Suggested Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge (ILO) Students should be able Teaching/Learning (ATs)
to: Activities (TLAs)
25 2nd QUARTER 2nd QUARTER • 2nd QUARTER EXAM nd
2 QUARTER EXAM nd
2 QUARTER EXAM 2nd QUARTER
EXAM EXAM EXAM

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Liminal Period Unit 6: Blending Well In A Diverse Society

Essential Learning
Week Content Declarative Functional Knowledge Intended Learning Suggested Teaching/Learning Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge Outcomes (ILO) Students Activities (TLAs) (ATs)
should be able to:
26 Demonstrate  Determine the • Use one’s schema Lesson I. - Learning  Compose a
knowledge, key message to better understand a Acknowledging Diversity Experiences and series of
understanding in conveyed in text  Kaeidos Thoughts Instruction ; A Group journal entries
Acknowledging the material  Vocabox report
diversity viewed  Unity in Diversity - Recitation
 Diversity Issues - Question and Answer

27 Demonstrate  Identify Identify the features of a Lesson II. - Evaluation of  Write a simple
knowledge and collocations narrative text Setting Aside Differences Learning ; A Group narrative text
understanding in used in a  Deliciously Different report
setting aside selection  A Sauce for A Cause - Recitation
differences - Question and Answer
- Brainstorming

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28 Demonstrate  Use literature Identify the key message Lesson III. - Express ideas and  Write an
knowledge and as a tool to showed in the pictures Embracing Diversity opinions informative
understanding in understand viewed  Picture Me A Word speech
embracing people better  To Where I Belong
diversity

29 Demonstrate  Predict the Explains the elements in a Lesson IV. - Listen and react to a  Compose and
knowledge and events in a short story Responding To the Needs of discussion travelogue
understanding in short story Others  Conduct an
responding to the  Orderly Guessing interview
needs of others  Wordy Bubble
Vocabulary
 Fortune Telling Story

30-31 Demonstrate  Determine the Discover literature as tool Lesson V. - Listen to the story  Perform a
knowledge and author’s to be socially responsible Aiming To Be Socially and discussion proficient and
understanding in intentions in and to better understand Responsible - Question and answer insightful panel
aiming to be writing people  Listen And Tell - Employ appropriate discussion
socially  Pinoy Youth (Making language
responsible Choices, Building
Voices)
 Panel Discussion
 Photo Essay

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Demonstrate  Formulate React to assertions made Lesson VI. - Compose personal  Perform in a
knowledge and predictions by the author in the text Asserting One’s Identity In letters comprehensive
32-34 about the A Diverse Society - Raise provoking debate
understanding in
asserting one’s contents of  My Hero, Just questions
identity in a the text Asking
diverse society  Predicting Outcomes
 My word Map
 Field Reporting
 Class Symposium

Liminal Period (EXAM WEEK) Unit 7: 3rd Quarter Exam

Essential Learning
Week Content Declarative Functional Knowledge Intended Learning Outcomes Suggested Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge (ILO) Students should be able Teaching/Learning (ATs)
to: Activities (TLAs)
35 3rd QUARTER 3rd QUARTER • 3rd QUARTER EXAM rd
3 QUARTER EXAM rd
3 QUARTER EXAM 3rd QUARTER
EXAM EXAM EXAM

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Liminal Period Unit 8: Connecting To The World

Essential Learning
Week Content Declarative Functional Knowledge Intended Learning Suggested Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge Outcomes (ILO) Students Teaching/Learning (ATs)
should be able to: Activities (TLAs)
36-37 Demonstrate  Determine the • Use one’s schema to Lesson I. - Learning  Compose a
knowledge, key message better understand a text Relating Past To Present Experiences and series of journal
understanding in conveyed in • From Gen X, Y To Z Instruction ; A entries
relating past to the material • Anticipation-Reaction Group report
present viewed Guide - Recitation
• Poetry Elements - Question and
• Literary Exploration Answer
• Poetry Whiz
• Film Viewing
38-39 Demonstrate  Compare Identify words or Lesson II. - Question and  Orally narrate
knowledge, content of expressions used in a Keeping Abreast With answer events in
understanding in materials selection that show Changes - Composing factual and
keeping abreast viewed to varying shades of meaning  Expanding capsule biography personal
with changes other sources Vocabularies of a person viewed recounts using
of information  Literary Exploration verbal and non-
verbal cues
 Character
Development Chart
 Story Illustration

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40 Demonstrate  Cite evidence • Use lexical and contextual Lesson III. - Listen to a  Use imperatives
knowledge, to support clues in understanding Upholding Understanding Of discussion when giving
understanding in general unfamiliar words Broadening Horizons - Question and instructions
upholding statement  Matching Vocabs answer  Research about
understanding of  Homonymous - Compose personal the topic
broadening Expressions Blast essay
horizons
41-42 Demonstrate  Make simple • Create or respond word Lesson IV. - Organize  Design own
knowledge, inferences clines Celebrating Cultural Ties information about material about
understanding in about  Unlock The Topic a chosen topic cultural
celebrating thoughts and  Quote and Unquote - Question and diversity in
cultural ties feelings  Words Enrichment answer language
expressed in  Promoting Cultural - Use appropriate
ties multi-media
the text
resources

Liminal Period (EXAM WEEK) Unit 7: 4th Quarter Exam

Essential Learning
Week Content Declarative Functional Knowledge Intended Learning Outcomes Suggested Assessment Tasks
Standards Knowledge (ILO) Students should be able Teaching/Learning (ATs)
to: Activities (TLAs)
43 4th QUARTER 4th QUARTER • 4th QUARTER EXAM th
4 QUARTER EXAM th
4 QUARTER EXAM 4th QUARTER
EXAM EXAM EXAM

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Basic Campbell, Joseph and Bill Moyers. 1988. The Power of English. New York, NY, USA: Doubleday, Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc.
Readings
Young Adult Learners. 2003. Explaining the Concepts in English. Queen’s Printer.
Extended
Readings Wondwosen, Tamrat. (n.d.) Spoken English: Reference and Practice Book. Retrieved from:
https://www.academia.edu/23595542/Spoken_English_Reference_and_Practice_Book

English Language Education Section. (2016) Retrieved from: https://www.edb.gov.hk/attachment/en/curriculum-development/kla/eng-edu/references-


resources/Citation%20Guide%20for%20Lit%20in%20Eng.pdf

Peterson, Patricia. (2001) Writing Skills Practice Book. Retrieved from:


https://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/developing_writing.pdf

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Course To be discussed by the Committee on Grading System


Assessment
Recitation or participation in class activities ……………… 10%
Quizzes/Homework …………………………………………………… 20%
Paper/Output/Performance……….………………………………20%
Portfolio
……………………………………………………………….……
20% Quarterly Examination
……………………………………………………….30%
TOTAL 100%
Course Language of Instruction: The language of instruction is English. In the teaching and learning presentation, however, language samples may be in another
Policies language if it is needed to exemplify an activity in this course.

Attendance: The university rule on a 54-hour attendance applies: 20% absence is considered failed or dropped, as the case may be.

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There will be no make-up arrangements for oral presentations, hence, the instructor/professor lectures in the absence of the discussant. Those
who cannot come on the examination day are advised to take the test on the day prior to the schedule.

Homework, Written Reports and Reaction Papers: Course requirements must be turned in following the scheduled due dates. If a student cannot make it to
class on time, assessment items must be given to a classmatefor submission. Failure to submit assessment items on time and without an adequate
excuse (e.g. a doctor’s certificate) will result in a reduced score for that assessment item.

Course Portfolio: The portfolio is a form of assessment for this class. Each student is expected to purchase a 40 or 60 leaf folder to use as a portfolio. All
forms of inclass outputs, homework, worksheets, readings, and other items are to be placed in the portfolio for assessment at the end of the
semester.A Title Page and a Contents Page must accompany the portfolio.

Honor, Dress and Grooming Code: Students are enjoined to wear the prescribed uniform of the school with their ID’s worn at all times. Also, respect to
administrators, faculty and staff of the school as well as to classmates and other students shall be observed. Sudents are mandated to follow all
school policies and regulations.

Deficiencies: Incomplete grades have to be attended to within a year.


Committee
Members
Leader: Cullado, Junella Kyle G.
Members: Datu, Raymond V.
Manuel, Shanella Izzabelle B.
Saavedra, Darwin S.

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Course Title: AY/Term: Prepared by: Approved: Pages:

English for Grade 7 Academic Year 2019-2010 CULLADO, Junella Kyle G. Prof. Elizabeth P. Balanquit 21
DATU, Raymond V. Professor EM12*
MANUEL, Shanella Izzabelle B.
SAAVEDRA, Darwin S.

BSEd English 4-D1

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