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Lesson Plan in English FOUR-PRONGED APPROACH Quarter 2 Lesson 1 I. OBJECTIVES A. GLR: Show enjoyment in listening to a selection B. CT: Answers question based on the selection listened to C. MSEL: Recognize nouns and their uses D. TS: Identify the main idea of a paragraph E. W: Write the main ideas for paragraphs and short compositions. II. SUBJECT MATTER A. GLR: Selection: The World Trade Center B. CT: Answers question based on the selection listened to C. MSEL: Recognize nouns and their uses D. TS: Identify the main idea of a paragraph E. W: Write the main ideas for paragraphs and short compositions. References: Basic and Beyond Language VI pp. 130-134 English Communication Arts and Skill pp. 68-69 PELC 5 pp. 20 (Speaking) PELC 3.2 pp.19 (Reading) Materials: charts, activity cards and pictures Value Concept: Love of Country Curriculum Link: HKS – News Update; Arts – Drawing picture III. LEARNING ACTIVITIES A: Genuine Love for Reading (GLR) 1. Unlocking difficulties (vocabulary development) a. Unlocking words through pictures Concourse structure Through context clues Elephant is an enormous animal. Through gestures Revolve b. Write the word that completes each sentence. 1. In Metro Manila you can find many interesting _____________ 2. Shoppers usually stay in the ______ because of 3. Its ____________ space. 4. The earth ___________ around the sun. 2. Motivation Have you ever heard or read about the World Trade Center? What devastating Event happened there? 3. Motive Question
What makes it interesting? 4. Setting of Standard 5. Listening to the selection The World Trade Center The world Trade Center in New York City, Unite States is a very interesting structure. Design by Architect Yamasaki and build at a cost of more than nine hundred million dollars, it consist of two tall towers, a plaza below and a vast open space or concourse for shoppers beneath the plaza. The towers are a quarter of mile in height. About thirty five thousand persons are employed in the World Trade Center Complex. Employees can eat in about a dozen restaurants, which save twenty thousand meals a day. They can take public transportation in the concourse beneath the plaza. The plaza is huge shopping center as well as a place of relaxation and beauty. It has large fountain and a huge circle of polished brown granite. In its center is an enormous ball of bronze. B. Critical Thinking (CR) 1. Engagement Activity 1 Group 1 – We can draw Make a simple sketch of the complex Group 2 – News Update Write short news describing the World Trade Center. Group 3 – We can explain The World Trade Center is said to be the symbol of America. Why do you Think so? Write a paragraph about this. Group 4 – We can contact Knowing what to the World Trade Center, how do you think the Americans feel about this? Dramatize the event. 2. Engagement Activity 2 1. Answering the motive question 2. Comprehension check-up - Where do you find World Trade Center? - Who design it> - What does the complex consist of? (Presentation of group 1‟s activity) - How will you describe World Trade Center? (Presentation of group 2‟s activity) - Why is the World Trade Center known as the symbol of progress of America? (Presentation of group 3‟s activity) - What devastating event happened to the World Trade Center? (Presentation of group 4‟s activity) 3. Value Concept How did the Americans show love for the country? C. Mastery of the Structure of the English Language (MSEL) 1. Presentation Where do you find World Trade Center?
Who design it? What does the complex consist of? Expected Answers: 1. The famous structure is in New York City. 2. Yamasaki designed the center. 3. It consists of two tall towers. 4. The revolving ball is bronze. 2. More examples a. My youngest brother reads detective stories. What nouns are used in the sentence? The noun stories? b. My brother is a voracious reader. What nouns are used in the sentence? How is reader used? 3. Generalizations What is noun? How are nouns used in the sentence? 4. Practice Exercises A. Study the following sentences. Find the noun and tell how they are used in the sentence. 1. Mr. Martinez is a journalist. 2. He studied in the University of the Philippines. 3. He now works in Time Magazine. 4. He writes new articles. 5. His family used to live in Baguio. B. Use the following nouns in the sentence as subjects, object or noun compliments. 1. carabao (as subject) 2. highway (as noun compliment) 3. building (as subject) 4. gift (as subject) 5. Mr. Pineda (as subject) 6. friend (as noun compliment) 7. Nenita. (as subject) 8. Cebu (as subject) 9. rice and corn (as noun compliment) 10. employees (as subject) 5. Assimilation (Contest) Look at the thing around us. Write the nouns that your group will see. Use these nouns as subject, object or noun compliment. The group will finish first and get the most number of correct answers will be the winner. D. Transfer Stage (TS) 1. Review Let us recall the selection What does the World Trade Center consist of? 2. Presentation of the selection 3. Discussion What‟s the first paragraph all about?
What is the main idea of the said paragraph? The second paragraph, what‟s the main idea? How about the last paragraph, what‟s the main idea? 4. Generalization What is the main idea of the selection? 5. Practice Exercise Listen as the teacher reads the paragraph. Tell the main idea of the paragraph. Nature? There is butterfly that hides by appearing to be a dry leaf. This butterfly is sometimes referred to as the “Lead leaf” butterfly. Snowhite rabbits can go frolicking in the snow without panicking because of their white color. The opossum‟s way is simply pretending to be dead. 6. Assimilation Teacher will distribute the following paragraph and let each group give the main ideas. a) There are different kinds of soil. Some are made up of rich black loam, some are sandy and some are clay. Each of this kind of soil has advantages for the healthy growth of certain kind of crops. b) Gilbert dreamed of having bicycle of his own. A day before the fiesta, there was a Ride-A-Bike Contest. Gilbert joined the contest. He brought home a brand new bike.
E. Writing Activity (W) 1. What is the main idea of the selection “The World Trade Center”? Have a pupil write it on the board. 2. How is the main idea written? 3. What is the main idea that the paragraphs tells? Write it down in our paper. a) It is a big day for Barangay Marbel! The people are happy and thankful for a bountiful harvest. It is time to rejoice in festivity. There is music all around. In every house are guests. The children enjoy the different people seem to be one big happy family in festive mood. b) Every member in our team is a good player. Angelo can swing a bat better than any other boy I know. Renato is a first-class pitcher and Roldan never drops fly. Best of all everybody on the team has real school spirit. Our coach says that we can challenge any team if we can continue our goo work. IV. EVALUATION A. Make list of all words used as nouns in the following sentences. Regular exercise is good for you. Millions of people are getting in shape in different ways. Joggers are all over parks and streets. More and more people are riding bicycles. Many parents carry their small babies when they ride or walk. Many companies are encouraging their employees to exercise. Some companies have built gyms and planned recreational and athletic activities for their people. People who exercise seem to be happier and do better work. B. What is the main idea of first paragraph? Second paragraph? The whole selection? Write them on your paper.
V. ASSIGNMENT Read the paragraph below then write each main idea Pick out the nouns and write how each is used in the sentence. 1. Jessie and Sonny found a pool on the farm. It was not deep and the boy swam and splashed in it happily. That afternoon when they returned to take another swim, they found four carabaos wallowing there. It was the carabaos cooling off pool. 2. Pauk was an orphan. He had been sleeping out-of-doors and he was often hungry. He decided to knock on the door of the priest‟s room. The priest let him in and he was given food.
Quarter 2 Lesson 2 I. OBJECTIVES A. GLR: Show enjoyment in listening to a talk B. CT: Answering the question about the talk listened to C. MSEL: Use nouns that are plural in form but singular in meaning D. TS: Give the details that support the idea E. W. Writing ideas into sentence II. SUBJECT MATTER A. GLR: Selection – Francis „ Talk B. CT: Answering the question about the talk listened to C. MSEL: Use nouns that are plural in form but singular in meaning D. TS: Give the details that support the idea E. W. Writing ideas into sentence
References: PELC 5.1 pp. 20 (Speaking) PELC 3.1 pp. 19 (Reading) Growing in English (Language) 6 pp. 87 – 93 Teacher‟s Manual pp. 73 Language Arts 6 pp. 43 Materials: charts, activity cards, and tape recorder Value Concept; Good Study Habits Curriculum Link: Mathematics – numbers an mathematical sentence Music – Singing; PE – Human Pyramid III. LEARNING ACTIVITIES A. Genuine Love for Reading (GLR) 1. Unlocking difficulties (Vocabulary Development) a. Unlock words through contextual clues 1. If we want to reach the island rapidly take a speedy boat. 2. They always write their father. They have constant communications. 3. The lot is divided into equal parts. The portion with plenty of trees is what he wants. b. Complete each sentence with the correct word. 1. ______ practice makes perfect. 2. There are _______ in the movie that proper guidance of parents is needed. 3. The family reached the place on time. They _____ car. 2. Motivation Have you joined in a contest? Did you win? A boy named Francis Rodriguez won in the recent National Quiz Bee in Mathematics sponsored by the Department of Education. He really loves Mathematics. 3. Motive Question How did he win the contest? 4. Setting of Standard 5. Listening to the tape of Francis‟ Talk “How did I develop such wonderful and speedy computational skills? I believe it‟s a matter of deep interest and constant correct practice. Even before I went to school, Father would teach me how to work with numbers patiently. Then and now, I usually do extra exercises in other books aside from my assignments. I help others solve mathematical problems and puzzles. I don‟t miss mathematics portion of the news paper or magazine. Well, I think I have the best teachers at home. Father is in aeronautics. Mother is a mathematics teacher, and my eldest brother is a computer analyst. In school, Mr. Lim, my teacher and coach, has taught me how to develop concentration in analyzing problems and solving them. B. Critical Thinking (CT) 1. Engagement Activity 1 Group 1 – Writing Time Tell how you can improve your grades in Mathematics Group 2 – Singing Time
Mathematics deals mainly with numbers. Compose a song about Mathematics. Group 3 – Human Pyramid Group 4 – Show Time There are factors affecting the habits. Show who and what these factors are. 2. Engagement Activity 2 1. Answering motive questions 2. Comprehension check-up - What can you do to improve your grades in Mathematics? (Presentation of group 1) - Can you use them in all subjects? - What is Mathematics? What were the numbers mentioned in the song of Group 2? - What are the symbols and figures used in Mathematics? (Presentation of group 3) - What are the factors affecting the study habits? (Presentation of group 4) C. Mastery of the Structure of the English Language (MSEL) 1. Review What is noun? How are the plural nouns formed? 2. Presentation Mathematics is an interesting subject for Francis. Father is in aeronautics. With what letters does each of the underline words ends? Are these nouns singular or plural? Why do you say so? 3. More examples The news spreads fast through radio and television. Measles is contagious. Politics takes much time. The Philippines is a beautiful country. What is the noun used in the first sentence? What have you noticed with its form? What does the word mean? How about in the second sentence, what‟s the noun used? What can you say about its form? It‟s meaning? What can you say about news, measles, politics and Philippines? What verb form is used with these nouns? 4. Generalization Do all nouns ending in –s or –es means plural? How does this noun agree with the verb in the present tense that is used with it? 5. Practice Exercise A. Choose the correct verb form that agrees with the subject noun, 1. Mumps (is, are) a contagious disease. It (has, have) spread in her school. 2. Measles (is, are) a common illness among seven years old children and below.
3. Economics (is, are) Alfred‟s best-liked subject. 4. Aeronautics (interest, interests) my brother a lot. 5. But politics also (take, takes) much of his time. B. Fill in the blanks with the correct nouns. Choose from the box below. Tonsillitis
1. __________ is a science that deals with the production and distribution of goods. 2. __________ causes swelling of the throat. 3. __________ is one of the effects of excessive cigarette smoking. 4. __________ reaches people fast through the radio and newspapers. 5. __________ deals with the study of government and the duties of the citizens. 6. Assimilation: “Search Game” Find and encircle 5 nouns in the box that follows then use them in sentences.
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D. Transfer Stage (TS) 1. Presentation What is the main idea of Francis‟ Talk? How did he develop such wonderful and speedy computational skills? Had much practice Presence of supportive teachers or coaches in Mathematics. 2. Generalization How did you know the main idea of Francis Talk? What details support the main idea? What do you call these details? 3. Practice Exercises a. Read the verse below from the narrative poem “Baby Corn” by Lydia Avery Ward. Then, write supporting lines for the key concept.
“A happy mother stalk of corn Held close at baby ear, And whispered. “cuddle up to me. I‟ll keep you warm, my dear I‟ll give you petticoats of green With many a tuck and fold To late out daily as you grow; For you will soon be old.
Key concept: Mother corn cares for her baby Supporting lines for her details: How does mother corn shows her care for her baby? 1. 2. 3. b. Read the following paragraph. Find out the main idea and supporting details. Anacleto del Rosario is one of the great men of our country. He served his country by working in a laboratory where he discovered several things that helped improved our health and industry. He studied the mineral water in our country to find out which had medicinal value. When a cholera epidemic broke out he made a study of the germ that caused it thus, lessening the death caused by the disease. His studies and different Philippine plants enabled pharmacists to make medicine from local materials. Anacleto del Rosario is known as the Father of Laboratory Science in the Philippines. E. Writing activity 1. What are the supporting details of the main idea, “How Francis developed wonderful and speedy computational skills?” a. His deep interest in Mathematics b. Had much practice c. Presence of supportive teachers in Mathematics 2. Main Idea Francis developed wonderful speedy computational skills. Supporting Details 1. It‟s a matter of deep interests in Mathematics and constant correct practice. 2. He has supportive teachers at home and school. 3. Practice Exercise This time, help Ismael to do his assignment. Write down his ideas on the topic, Men‟s Gymnastics in sentences. Men‟s Gymnastics Main Idea: - high bar Knowing about men‟s gymnastics
-swing up and down -vault -handstands -floor exercises -body fitness IV. EVALUATION A. Underline the correct form of the verb that agrees with the subject noun. 1. Measles (is, are) an infectious disease. 2. The United States (has, have) military bases in different parts of the world. 3. Mathematics (catch, catches) the interest of pupils. 4. The Philippines (has, have) faced many years of economic hardships. 5. The acoustics in our conference room (is, are) good. B. Read the paragraph. Then answer the questions that follow; Books are important to man. You get a lot of information from them. They tell stories of all sorts – from sad to funny, to exciting, to scary. Some books tell true stories and facts. Others are fictional. Books can our best friends. 1. What is the paragraph all about? 2. Write down the details that support your answer. V. ASSIGNMENT A. Using the clue phrases below, write the noun being described. Use the words in your own sentences. 1. Somewhat a difficult subject because of mathematical problems and computations. 2. A subject that teach boys and girls to plant, crochet, and cook. 3. Has three big groups of islands. 4. Daily happening heard over the radio and on television. 5. An acute contagious disease marked by fever and by the swelling T the side of the face near the ear. B. Keeping our body strong and healthy is one of our main responsibilities. Supply the missing details on how we can attain this. 1. Food to eat a. b. c. 2. Things to do a. b. c. d.
Science and Health VI
Define food web Construct a food web Differentiate a food web from a food chain
Food Web PELC II.1.1.2, 1.3 Into the Future: Science and Health 6 TX, pp. 64-65 TM pp. 38-40 Science Ideas: - A food web is a pattern of overlapping interlinked food chains - The energy pyramid illustrates how the amount of stored energy from the sun is reduced as an organism gets further away from the producer. Science Processes: Observing, Describing and Differentiating Materials: Illustration of food web III. A. What is a food chain? What are the producers? Consumers? Etc. B. 1. Motivation Do you like fishing? What o you bring along when you fish? Etc. What takes place when someone go fishing? (food chain – the worm is eaten by the fish, the fish is eaten by the fisherman) 2. Presentation (Group activity) Look at the illustration of a food chain. How are you going to form a food web from a food chain? a. What should you do while performing an activity? b. Activity Proper Group 1 & 3 – illustrations of food chain then each group will form food web. Group 2 & 4 – Analyze a food web by answering the following questions.
c. Group Reporting (Leader Reports) 3. Discussion and Analysis Analyze the relationship that exists between the organisms. Can an animal occupy different levels of / within the food web? How can these things happen? Etc, 4, Generalization How does a food web differ from a food chain? 5. Application Create your own food web. Explain your work by analyzing the relationship that exists between the organisms. Write your explanation. IV. Evaluation Write the letter of the best answer. 1. A food web is _______ food chains. a. a simple c. compose of several b. an energetic d. a decaying 2. The plants considered the ________. a. primary consumer c. secondary consumer b. producer d. tertiary consumer 3. What is transferred in a food web? a. parasites c. energy b. predator d. water V. Assignment: Construct a food web with organisms found in you background or around your community. Lesson Plan in Science and Health 6 I. Objectives: Explains how certain events and activities disturb the entire relationship in an ecosystem (climate change, natural calamities) Participate actively and with enthusiasm in activities Develop in an ecosystem (climate change, natural calamities) II. Subject Matter: A. Topic
: How certain events and activities disturb the interrelationship in an eco system (climate change, natural calamities) B. References: PELC p.9 no.2 Exploring the world of Science 6, pp. 109 – 110 Journey into the world of science 6, p. 89 C. Science Concept: Typhoon, floods, kaingin system, forest fire and too much fertilizer disturb The interrelationship in an ecosystem D. Science Processes: Observing Inferring Hypothesis Describing Making Conclusions Communicating Results
E. Values Integration: Awareness on how certain events and activities disturb the interrelationship in an ecosystem (climate change, natural calamities) F. Materials: III. Learning Activities: IV. Evaluation: V. Enrichment:
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Lesson Plan Science and Health I. Objectives: Identify what can be done to help in the preservation and conservation of ecosystem for future generation. Create campaign program that will encourage the preservation and conservation of ecosystem Show respect for life and order in nature through discussion. II. Subject Matter: Protecting and preserving the balance of life in the ecosystem Reference: PELC VI Exploring and protecting our World VI p. 140 Discover Science 6 p.198 Science Active Learning 6 p. 131 Science Concept: Maintaining and keeping the lives of different organisms are ways to preserve our ecosystem The management of resources to prohibit abuse, devastation and neglect is a way to conserve our ecosystem Organism is an ideal ecosystem when they interrelate with one another and the cycles necessary for growth occur without disruption. People upset the balance of nature. Everybody should work to preserve it for their own survival. Campaigns have been one to educate people on the sustenance of ecological balance. Several programs have been implemented by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to protect Philippine forest, soil, land, waters, and a natural spots where ecosystems exist Science Process: Observing, Inferring, Communicating
Value Integration: (Please see Teaching Guide) III. Development of the Lesson A. Review B. Motivation C. Lesson Proper (Please see Teaching Guide) D. Post Activity Discussion (Please see Teaching Guide) E. Generalization (Please see Teaching Guide) F. Application (Please see Teaching Guide) G. Valuing (Please see Teaching Guide) IV. Evaluation (Please see Teaching Guide) V. Enrichment Activities (Please see Teaching Guide)
Lesson Plan I. Objectives: Observe that no new materials in formed when physical change takes place II. Physical Change: Ref. PELC VI Science Quest 5 p. 158 Science for Daily Use 5. P.131 Simply Science in the Next Century 5. P. 154 Science Concept: Physical Change is one which does not after the chemical Composition of a substance. Physical Change is the change in the appearance size, shape, or state of matter that does not result in the production of a new substance of material. Science Processes: Observing, Describing Materials: (Please see Activity Worksheet) III. Development of Lesson A. Review B. Motivation C. Lesson Proper (Please see Worksheet no. 31) D. Post Activity discussion (Please see Teaching Guide no. 31) E. Generalization (Please see Teaching Guide no. 31) F. Application (Please see Teaching Guide no. 31) G. Valuing (Please see Teaching Guide no. 31) IV. Evaluation (Please see Worksheet no. 31) V. Enrichment Activities (Please see Teaching Guide no. 31)
Quarter 2 Lesson 6 I. OBJECTIVES A. GLR: Show enjoyment in listening to a story. B. CT: Answer questions based on the story listened to. C. MSEL: Identify the gerunds and their uses. D. TS: Arrange sentences using sequence markers. E. W: Write sentences into paragraph. II. SUBJECT MATTER A. GLR: Story- Four Friends B. CT: Answering questions based on the story listened to C: MSEL: Identifying gerunds and their uses D. TS: Arranging sentences using sequence markers References: PELC 5, pp. 20 (speaking); 5.1 pp. 19 (Reading) Phoenix 21st Century, English VI pp. 21-28 English for All times pp. 132- 133 Growing in English (Language) pp. 79-81 Materials: charts, activity cards Value Concepts: Fairness III. LEARNING ACTIVITIES A. Genuine Love for Reading (GLR) 1. Unlocking difficulties (Vocabulary Development) a. Unlock words through contextual clues. 1. Some insects are pestiferous, for they bring diseases. 2. They bought some farming implements, which they can use. 3. The lions run frenziedly in the forest. They move wildly. 4. Her bag is bulging because of the different books she borrowed from the library. 5. We heard the shrieking of the engine‟s whistle. 6. Its finder returned the money intact. He is so honest. b. Complete the sentence with the correct word. 1. Our house remained ________ in spite of the earthquake. 2. The revolver was ________ out of his pocket. 3. Rats are ________. 4. The ________ of the mother caused the boy stop crossing the road. 5. Do you know how to use these ________? 6. When the policeman told his son was run over by a bus mother accepted the news __________. 2. Motivation Do you have friends? How do you maintain your friendship with other? The story that you‟re going to hear is about four friends that stand the rest of time. 3. Raising of motive question What problem tested the four friends‟ friendship? How were they able to resolve it? 4. Listening to the story Four Friends B. Critical Thinking (CT)
1. Engagement Activity 1 Group 1- Let‟s travel Using the map show the way they traveled to go to the farm. Plot the route they took.
Group 2 In the chain below, write down the things one must do to keep friendship alive.
Group 3- We can draw Draw equipments use in farming Group 4- Slogan making Write a slogan depicting this line, “After all fortune can be replaced, but lost friendship cannot.” 2. Engagement Activity 2 a. Answering the motive question b. Answering the comprehensive check up questions How did the four friends find new work after they lost their jobs? Show us the route they took group 1. How do you maintain your friendship with other? Group 2, will you present work?
What are the tools or equipments use in farming? Show us your illustration Group 3? How will you explain this line, “After all, fortune can be replaced, but lost friendship cannot”? 3. Value Concept: How did the four friends show fairness? C. Mastery of the Structure of the English Language (MSEL) 1. Presentation Presentation through sentence strips. a. The four friends complemented the blessed land with the right amount of tilling, weeding, and constant watching against animals. b. The crop was ready for harvesting. Notice the underlined words. What do the words end with? Do they function as verbs with –ing form but they are not used as verbs. They are used as nouns. They are gerunds. A gerund and the words that go with it is a gerund phrase as shown by walking against wild animals. 2. Discussion Look at the following sentences. a. Reading makes a full man. b. Her interests are sewing and knitting. c. Thomas Edison loved experimenting. d. Learn by doing. What are the gerunds used in the sentences? How is reading used in a sentence a? In sentence b, what verb comes before the gerunds sewing, and knitting? What kind of verb is are? If a gerund comes after a linking verb, it is used as predicate noun. How is experimenting used in sentence c? What verb comes before it? Loved need a direct object or receiver of its action. Is experimenting the direct object of the verb? What word comes before doing? You learned that by is a preposition. Doing is a noun that goes with it. Therefore, the gerund doing is used as object of the preposition. 3. Generalization What is gerund? What are the uses of gerund? 4. Practice Exercises a. How are the gerunds used in the following sentences? 1. May favorite pastime is dancing. 2. I enjoy folk dancing a lot. 3. Sewing keeps me busy on weekends. 4. I like books in cooking best. 5. How I love gardening, too! b. Underline the gerund in each of the following sentences and identify its function. 1. My friend loves eating cakes. 2. Students are fond of playing video games. 3. Cooking is a good hobby. 4. The best part of his hobby is planting. 5. We can get high grades by studying hard.
5. Assimilation Underline the gerund in each sentence. Tell how this gerund is used. 1. Riding on a plane is one of my worst fears. 2. I end up reciting a poem. 3. Drinking eight glasses as day is a healthy habit. 4. May daily exercise includes running around the town plaza. 5. Don‟t speak without asking permission from the elders. D. Transfer Stage (TS) 1. Presentation First, the four friends looked for the place somewhere in the East and they were delighted upon seeing the farm. Second, they cleaned the place. Next, they produced the corn seed, they sowed and continued to till, weed and guard the farm against the wild animals. Finally, their hard work paid off the crop was ready to harvest. What a better reward can they got for the crop. 2. Discussion How did the four friends start their work? What do they do next? What do they do finally? What kind of reward do they get?
3. Generalization What are used to arrange the sentences/events? How do we call these words? 4. Practice Exercises A. Read the sentences carefully. Be able to sequence the sentences correctly. Write letters A-F to indicate the order. ________ In short, Farmer Gray has an active life. ________ Second, he milks the cow in the barn. ________ Farmer Gray is very busy before eight o‟clock everyday. ________ First, he usually gets up about four-thirty in the morning. ________ Next, he has breakfast at about seven. B. Read the story below and then rearrange the events listed. Number them from 1-4. Zorro has got a way of losing toys and almost anything. So, now and then you‟d hear him say, “Where‟s my comb? Where‟s my ring?” One day, he lost his fishing hook. Then he lost his ball and bat, bag and hat and finally his pen and book. Here are the events that happened. _______ lost his bag and hat. _______ lost his ball and bat _______ lost his fishing hook. _______ lost his pen and book 5. Assimilation Show the correct order of washing clothes through action. Let a member explain the correct order using sequence markers. First Second Third Next Lastly Then After Finally E. Writing Activity (W)
1. Presentation of the paragraph used in Transfer Stage. 2. How does the paragraph start? What is the sequence markers used? 3. Practice Exercises: Rearrange the following sentences into meaningful paragraph. 1. Then a group of ten people formed a human pyramid. 2. First, front clips and headstands were demonstrated by three duos. 3. The Sports Club gave today‟s assembly. 4. Next, they moved a trampoline to the center of the stage. IV. EVALUATION A. Read the sentences. Box the gerund and on the line, answer whether it is used as subject, predicate noun, direct object or object of the preposition. ________ 1. One of my hobbies is collecting stamps. ________ 2. Gloria was known for her acting. ________ 3. Climbing the Mt. Apo peak has been his dream. ________ 4. His weakness is controlling his appetite. ________ 5. I will always remember my childhood days of playing in the rain. B. Rearrange the following events into meaningful news item. Write letters A-F to indicate the correct order. _______ 1. Next, when he was allowed entry into the house, he held his son hostage. _______ 2. A distraught man caused uproar at the residence of a councilor in Antipolo, Rizal over the weekend when he tried to kill his own and himself. _______ 3. Then, when the police authorities tried to negotiate for the toddler‟s release, he threw his son out of a second-story window. _______ 4. First, the unidentified man brought his 3-year old son to the house of a councilor allegedly to seek assistance . _______ 5. Finally, the man tried to commit suicide by jumping off the window himself. _______ 6. The suspect is presently comatose while his son escaped injuries because one of the policemen was able to catch him. V. ASSIGNMENT Write in correct sequence the things one should do in cooking rice.