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June 6, 2011- June 7, 2011 Orientation: CKCs Vision-Mission, BSG June 8, 2011, Wednesday I. Learning Content: A.

Subject Matters: First Time Encounter ( Subject Orientation, Course Requirements, Expectation Check) Introduction to Communication Arts B. AVA: charts C. Skills: enumerating, following rules and directions D. Values: respect, obedience and proper discipline II. Learning Objectives: A. familiarize themselves about the rules, requirements, needs and the grading system of the subject B. manifest obedience, respect and discipline in class C. express their expectations regarding the subject and the teacher III. Learning Experiences: A. Preparation Getting to Know: the teacher the subject B. Presentation: Today we are going to discuss something about communication arts English as well as the rules, requirements, needs and the grading system of the subject C. Discussion: What is Communication Arts? What is communication? What are the two forms of communication? What is the importance of communication in our lives?

The teacher also discuss the following: Grading System Requirements Needs D. Expectation Check What do you expect from your English class? What are your expectations from your English teacher? Emphasize the following: Speak English! Listen carefully and follow directions the first time they are given Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself Minimize noise Raise your hand and wait to be called on before you speak Be courteous to others Do not leave the classroom without permission Complete your requirements Make your assignments Participate actively E. Culmination Having known of your requirements, and on how you are supposed to be graded, how are you going to comply with these? What are you going to do with our sets of rules? Why are rules important?

June 9, 2011, Thursday I. Learning Content: Spelling Words With The /f/ Sound Proper Expressions In Making And Acknowledging Introductions Rules In Making Introductions AVA: Flash Cards, Charts Skills: Self-Expression, Introducing, Speaking, Applying, Creating Values: Friendliness, Respect, SelfConfidence II. Learning Objectives: TPSBAT A. give proper and courteous expressions in introducing oneself; B. acquaint oneself with ones classmate; C. follow the different rules in making introductions. III. Learning Experiences: A. Preparation 1. Spelling (Diagnostic Test) fraud hyphen frolic phlegm chauffeur tough officials laughable definite phenomenon 2. Motivation Can you still remember your first day of classes? How did you get to know each other? Did you find a way to introduce yourself and means to know your new classmates? Why is it important to know your classmates and acquaint yourself with them? Why is being confident and friendly important?

B. Presentation Here is a dialog between two friends. Observe the expressions they used to make introductions and responses. Angel invited Taylor to her birthday party. Angel: Im glad you came. Let me introduce you to my family. Taylor: Id love that. Angel: Dad, Mom, Id like you to meet my friend Taylor. Taylor, meet my parents. Taylor: Hello Mr. and Mrs. Cruz! I am pleased to meet you. Angels parents: Hi Taylor! Please have a seat. Taylor: Thank you. Angel: Oh, heres my brother Matt. Taylor, meet Matt. C. Comprehension Check- Up Who are the characters? What is the dialog all about? How did Angel introduce Taylor to her parents? to her brother? D. Singling Out of Structure A Hello Mr. and Mrs. Cruz! I am pleased to meet you. Hi Taylor! Thank you. B Dad, Mom, Id like you to meet my friend Taylor. Taylor, meet Matt.

E. Analysis What were the expressions used in acknowledging introductions? When Angel introduced Taylor to her parents, whom did she mention first? When Angel introduced Taylor to Matt, whom did she mention first? F. Generalization What are the different courteous expressions in making and acknowledging introductions? What are the rules in making introductions? 1. Mention first the name of the female before the male. 2. Say first the name of the older person before the younger one. 3. When it comes to persons with the same sex and age, either of them can be mentioned first. 4. Persons of higher ranks should come first before those of lower ranks. F. Application a. Complete the dialog by filling the proper expressions to be used. Star: ___ Its been a long time since I saw you. Rain: ___! Im glad to see you. Star, this is my ____ Sunny. Hes ____________. Star: ___ Sunny. Im ____ to meet you. From where are you? Sunny: Im _________ too. Im from _____. Star: Here comes Scarlet. Rain, this is Scarlet. She is my _____. Scarlet, this is Sunny. Sunny: Im _______________you.

Scarlet: ___! I hope we can play together soon. Sunny: _______. b. Let the class role play the different rules in introduction. June 10, 2011, Friday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter: Spelling: Study Test Review and Oral Practice on Courteous Introductions B. Reference: English This Way C.AVA: charts D. Skills: Self-Expression, Introducing, Speaking, Applying, Creating E. Values: paying attention, teamwork II. Learning Objectives: A. give the meaning of some words and make sentences out of them; B. recall the lesson yesterday; C. manifest teamwork and attentiveness in class; D. create a dialog and be able to act it out III. Learning Experiences A. Preparation 1. Study Check Define the following words and make some sentences using them. 1. fraud 2. frolic 3. chauffeur 4. officials 5. definite 2. Review What are the expressions used in making introductions? What are the rules in introducing a person?

Give the appropriate responses to these expressions. Hi/ Hello Good morning/ afternoon! I am pleased to meet you. How are you? Meet my friend____. Have a seat. B. Presentation Today we are going to apply what we have learned yesterday. C. Oral Practicum Let the class form groups. Each group must create a dialog observing the different rules in introduction. Use the following words. Hi/ Hello Good morning/ afternoon! I am pleased to meet you. How are you? Meet my friend____. Have a seat. Im fine. (etc) June 13, 2011, Monday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter: Informal Writing: Genuine Sovereignty B. Reference: HKS Lessons AVA: strips of cartolina, chart Skills: sequencing, composition writing, recalling Values: Love for our country and for independence II. Learning Objectives: A. define independence; B. manifest love for freedom byparticipating in the commemoration of

the independence day; C. appreciate the hardships and struggles of our heroes by honoring them and by preserving our rights; D. write an original composition about genuine sovereignty. III. Learning Experiences: A. Preparation: 1. Motivation What did we celebrate last Friday? How did we celebrate it? What does independence have to do with sovereignty? B. Limiting the Subject Matter We will be writing about genuine sovereignty. C. Vocabulary Building What are the things that you can associate with the following:

Independence

ABUSES and Present Condition of the Country

GENUINE SOVEREIGNTY

D. Outlining Out of our given ideas or concepts we are now ready to make our guide questions. I. What do celebrate every 12th day of the year? Why do we celebrate it? II. What are some of the activities done in commemoration of the independence day? III. Are we really free? Why? What are some of the conditions that we are facing today? IV. What is genuine sovereignty? E. Giving of Title What is the most appropriate title for your composition? F. Composition Writing Make your own compositions now. G. Evaluation Were you able to satisfy or answer our guide questions? How do you feel having done with your compositions today?

B. manifest love and care for pets and other living beings entrusted to our care; C.formulate sentences, expressions, fragments. III. Learning Experiences A. Preparation 1. Study Test Define the following words and make some sentences using them. a. hyphen b. phlegm c. tough d. laughable e. phenomenon 2. Motivation What was the picture all about? Do you have your own pet at home? How do you treat your pet? What are the ways of showing your love and care for them? Aside from animals what other creations need our love and care? B. Preparation Read the paragraph and afterwards, be able to say something about it. My Wonderful Discovery

June 14, 2011, Tuesday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter: Sentence, Expression, Fragment B. Reference: AVA: charts, flashcards Skills: differentiating, formulating, Defining, Values: love and care for Gods creation II. Learning Objectives: A. differentiate the following: sentence, expression, fragment;

After I had gotten up. I ate my breakfast. While I was eating breakfast. I heard a squeaking sound at my door. My! It was a little puppy that was crying. I wept. It was really cute. That I picked it up and took it inside in order to give the puppy a big bowl of warm milk and a soft blanket. I took the day off so that I could take him to the veterinarian. By all means! The vet told me he was fine. Because I had given him what he

needed: milk and a warm blanket. He still needed a home. I asked all my friends to take him. They wanted the little guy. However, they couldn't keep pets in their apartments. By the time we got home. He is my pet and friend. Certainly! C. Comprehension Check- Up What was the paragraph all about? What did the guy do for the little puppy that was crying? If you were the guy, would you do the same? Do you think the paragraph is grammatically correct? Why? D. Singling Out of Structure A. I ate my breakfast. It was a little puppy that was crying. I took the day off so that I could take him to the veterinarian. B After I had gotten up While I was eating breakfast By the time we got home C My! By all means! Certainly! E. Analysis Which among the three groups expresses a complete thought? What do you call them? What are its two parts? Which among them expresses an incomplete thought? What do you call them? Which them expresses a feeling or emotion? What do you call them?

What is a sentence? fragment? expressions? Formulate examples of them. F. Generalization A sentence is word or group of words that expresses a complete thought. It starts with a big letter and ends with a punctuation mark. He is a sensible person. A fragment is an incomplete sentence. Some fragments are incomplete because they lack either a subject or a verb, or both. After the rain stops (What then?) An expression is a word or group of words that expresses an incomplete thought. It may express a feeling of emotion. It starts with a big letter and ends with a punctuation mark. Not at all! G. Application 1. Correct or edit the paragraph we read a while ago. 2. Tell whether the following is a sentence, a fragment or an expression a. Because his car was in the shop b. After the rain stops c. I am sad. d. Not at all! e. When you finally take the test f. Not so much. g. The Lord is my shepherd. h. Since you asked i. Sure! j. If you want to go with me k. Just a moment! l. Love is everlasting. m. I am going home. n. Me, too!

June 15, 2011, Wednesday I. Learning Content: Subject Matter: Parliamentary Procedures Spelling Post Test B. Reference: English This Way 6 pp. 13-16 C. AVA: charts, flashcards D. VASH: respect, politeness, sharing, unity and cooperation, leadership, accepting individual differences, conducting parliamentary procedures, speaking, spelling II. Learning Objectives: A. identify the different expressions used in parliamentary procedures; B. enumerate the characteristics of a leader that is worth emulating C. conduct a mock election. III. Learning Experiences A. Preparation 1. Spelling: Post Test Spell the following words correctly. fraud hyphen frolic phlegm chauffeur tough officials laughable definite phenomenon 2. Motivation Have you ever been a member of a club in school? How do you go about electing your club officers? What should be the characteristics of a leader that you will be electing? How can you show proper behavior during a meeting or election? B. Presentation Let us read the dialog entitled A Club Meeting. Observe the polite expressions used in the dialog. A CLUB MEETING

C. Singling Out of Structure The meeting is called to order. The table for nomination for president is now open. I nominate Peter Santos for President. I move that the nominations be closed? I second the motion. Lets proceed to voting. Raise your right hand for the candidate of your choice as I mention their names. Karylle Mercado has received the biggest number of votes and has been elected president. D. Analysis What expressions are you going to say at the start of a meeting? Opening the nominations for a position Nominating a person Closing the nominations for a positions Start/Proceed to voting Presenting the winning candidate E. Generalization A meeting should always be handled with formality as expected by the group through the use of polite expressions.

F. Application 1. Mock Elections 2. Complete the Table Objective of the expression Starting a meeting Opening the nominations for a position Nominating a person Closing the nominations for a positions Start/Proceed to voting Presenting the winning candidate Expression used

friendship; C. read the story by segment then predict what may happen next; D. answer comprehension questions comprehensively. III. Learning Experiences: A. Preparation 1. Motivation Do you have friends? What are the activities that you usually do together? How do you treat him/her? How do you become a true friend? B. Presentation Today, we are going to read a story by segments. The story is about two friends Suan and Pedro. Pedro inherited a great fortune from his parents, who had recently died. Suan was as poor as the poorest of beggars. But you know what, later, Suan became the richest man in town. What do you want to find out in the story? C. Raising of Questions How did Suan become the richest man in town? D. Unlocking of Difficulties Let us define the following words. 1. surpass 2. annoyed 3. insistence 4. heed 5. mire 6. razor 7. tact 8. outwit

June 16, 2011, Thursday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter:(Segmented Reading) The Story of Suan B. Reference: Over the Ocean pp.2-5 C. AVA: Flashcards, story in segments D. VASH: friendliness, honesty, forgiveness, loyalty, reading, discussing, predicting II. Learning Objectives: A. explicate how Suan acquired his riches and how the two friends dealt and treated each other; B. cite ways on how to exercise real

E. Setting of Standards What are you going to observe when reading silently? F. Segmented Reading Segment 1. Do you think Suan gave back Pedros post? Segment 2. What do you think happened to the old man bathing in the river? Segment 3. Did Suan give back Barbekinscarabao? Segment 4. Was Suan able to get back his rice and fish? F. Comprehension Check Up: How did Suan get rich? Who were the characters in the story? Describe the characters in the story? What ignited the quarrel between Suan and Pedro? What are the accusations being shoot to Suan? What are the decisions of the king? What is the ending of the story? G. Synthesis Answer the following questions comprehensively. 1. How would you feel towards Suan if you were Pedro? Why? 2. Is it nice to think evil of your

friend and cheat him? If you were Suan, will you outwit your good friend? Why? Why not? 3. Continue this: After reading the story, I realized that June 17, 2011, Friday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter: Oral Reading Phonics /p/ and /f/ Reference: Over the Ocean pp.2-5 AVA: flashcards, phonics chart VASH: emulating positive values, oral reading, sharing II. Learning Objectives: A. share an experience about a friend; B. read words with /p/ and /f/ sounds with the correct annunciation; C. cite ways of emulating positive values of a friend; D. read the story orally, taking note the /p/ and /f/ words. E. write the letters of the alphabet in cursive form III. Learning Experiences: A. Preparation 1. Review What was our topic yesterday? Tell something about it. 2. Phonics Read the words properly and correctly. /p/ /f/ Post friends palace fortune paying from please finished Prepared fact (ETC.)

3. Phrase Reading were friends a great fortune from his parents as poor as the poorest about paying for it (ETC.) B. Presentation Lets find out how well you can read the story. C. Standards for Oral Reading When we are going to read orally, what are we going to observe? D. Oral Reading The Story of Suan E. Evaluation What needs to be improved in your reading? Verbalizing Emotional Response Determine the emotion portrayed in the sentences. a. worry b. insistent c. terrified d. kindness e. inquiring 1. I wonder if you have a post that you do not need. 2. Do not worry about paying for it. 3. Why, if you take it from its place, my house will be destroyed. 4. No, said Pedro, I must have my own post, for I wish to use it. 5. Dont cut me, and you shall have all my riches!

June 21, 2011, Tuesday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter: Reinforcement: Verbalizing Emotional Response Tape Lesson: Phonics /p/ and /f/ B. References: Spoken English, pages 37-39 PLP 6, pages 51-57 C. AVA: cassette, tape, flashcards, charts D. VASH:being careful with ones emotions, identifying, pronouncing II. Learning Objectives: A. identify the right emotional response of a character B. cite ways on how to be careful with someones feelings C. pronounce /p/ and /f/ words correctly III. Learning Experiences: A. Motivation When you read a story, how do you know what the characters feel? How can you be careful with someones feelings or emotions? B. Presentation Today we will be learning more about verbalizing emotional response. C. Focalization What are emotions? Will you give some examples of emotions? How do we show the following emotions? Here are some of the emotions and their meanings: joyful- happy disappointed- upset, saddened

grateful- thankful thrilled- exhilarated, delighted terrified-frightened, scared, terrified irritated-annoyed uncertain-indefinite desperate-frantic curious inquiring, interested D. Repetition with Attention I. Read the sentences then choose the word in the box that describes the feeling of the person who said it. Joyful disappointed thrilled Unhappy grateful fearful 1. Go! Go! Get that ball, Rence! 2. Where is the light switch? Its so dark in the room. 3. I thought Father would be home for Christmas. He promised. 4. All these presents are for me? Wow! 5. Why did Simba have to die? Ill miss the joyful barks of welcome. Irritated uncertain curious grateful ungrateful desperate disappointed jealous 6. I wonder how Jessie will look. I have not seen her for more than three years. 7. Is this all you can give me? You promised me a beautiful gift. I finished the project on time. 8. I cant hold on much longer. Somebody, please help me! 9. The gift is heavy and different in shape. I cant wait to see whats inside! 10. Thank you, everybody. I did not expect you would remember my birthday.

E. Application Read the following selection and then answer the questions. Refer to PLP 6, pages 55-57 Part II:Phonics (tape lesson) Read the words properly and correctly. 1. initial p and f pelt-felt pawn-fawn pond- fond 2. medial p and f open- often supper- suffer depend- defend 3. final p and f clip- cliff lap-laugh reap- reef 4. words with p and f pacify perfect fishpen 5.Phrase Reading cheap headphone laugh with Polly Pacific self-help 6. Sentence Drill The fierce-looking chap pierced the raft in the pond beside the colorful fishpen. F. Evaluation What can you say about how you read? What needs to be improved?

June 22, Wednesday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter: QUIZ # 1 Coverage:Proper Expressions in Making and Acknowledging Introductions Rules in Making Introductions Sentence, Fragment, Expressions Parliamentary Procedures The Story of Suan Verbalizing Emotional Response Writing: Pretest and Lesson I VASH: Honesty, Independence, Following directions

D.Quiz Proper The pupils will answer the questions in their answer sheets. E. Passing of Answer Sheets F. Checking of Answers G. Recording of Scores  The remaining time will be used for their writing activity under Pretest and Lesson 1 on page 3 and pages 6-9 ( Steps to Functional Writing 6) June 23, 2011, Thursday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter: B. References: C. AVA: D. VASH:

II. Learning Objectives: A. recall their past lesson on Proper Expressions in Making and II. Learning Objectives: Acknowledging Introductions, Rules in Making Introductions, Sentence, Fragment, Expressions, Parliamentary Procedures, The Story of Suan, Verbalizing Emotional Response B. manifest honesty by not communicating with someone else during the quiz; C. answer quiz items intelligently. III. Learning Experiences A. Preparation 1. Review What are the different topics that we have discussed? B. Presentation Today, we are going to have our first quiz in English for this school year. C. Setting of Standards How can you make Gods heart glad during tests

June 24, 2011, Friday I. Learning Content: A. Subject Matter: Tag Questions B. References:English Language Power p.280 C. AVA: charts D. VASH: following rules identifying writing the proper question tag reading II. Learning Objectives: A. identify the rules in making question tags B. cite ways on how to C. write the correct question tag to complete the given statements III. Learning Experiences: