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ENGLISH 4 Quarter 3 Week 5: Self-Management
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year IV

Description: 
Listen to take down notes or single out details to support main ideas. Determine the speaker's purpose and assess whether it was achieved or not. Synthesize previous learnings with new insights. Use infinitives in expressing one's hopes, dreams and future plans in life. Identify the literary techniques and styles adapted by the author to achieve his purpose.

ENGLISH - FOURTH YEAR

ENGLISH 4 Quarter 3 Week 3: Change is Costly
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year IV

Description: 
Listen attentively to what is being conveyed in a song. Identify changes that occurred in the community, the country or the world. Express observations using active and passive construction. Deduce the theme of a short story. Use idioms in expressing observations and giving information.

ENGLISH - FOURTH YEAR

QUARTER   3   :  EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

ENGLISH 2 Quarter 3 Week 2 : Responding to Personal Problems
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year II

Description: 
Listen to predict what a person will say next. Use connectors to combine statements. Determine the meaning of unfamiliar expressions through context clues. Write a paragraph showing a cause-effect chain reaction. Get the plot from a narrative poem.

QUARTER    3   :   LEARNING TO BECOME
 Week     2   :   Responding to Personal Problems

ENGLISH 4 Quarter 3 Week 1: Education, a Lifelong Process
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year IV

Description: 
Analyze and react critically to ideas presented in a text. Determine the meaning of words through context clues. Show clear relationships between cause and effects by using concise words and connectors. Express the belief that people can make a difference as highlighted in prayers, poems and essays. Write a letter of appeal or complaint objectively.

QUARTER 3: EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 3 Week 9: Beyond Unexpected
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen for information pertinent to a specific topic. Give information obtained from varied sources. Demonstrate the ability to use titles and sub-titles as a means of getting an overview of the text and linking it with previous knowledge of the topic. Make a distinction between facts and fallacy. Use the future perfect tense correctly. Discover literature as a means of gaining vicarious experiences.

 

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 3 Week 6: A Labor of Love
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen for important points the author emphasizes in the poem. Gather data using library resources like: newspapers, other print materials and non-print resources. Get the meanings of words through context clues. Revise sentences with dangling/misplaced modifiers. Express opinion in writing

 

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 1 Week 8: Green Housing Ideas
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen to important points signaled by stress in content words. Get meaning of unfamiliar words through context clues and synonyms. Use the proper stress on words to highlight meanings. Discriminate between positive and negative values. Organize ideas through a diagram. Use connectors to join cause-effect relationship.
QUARTER 1: IN THE REALM OF THOUGHTS
ENGLISH 3 Quarter 1 Week 6: People Change
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen to appreciate the melody, rhythm and wonder of a song. Express hope, ambition and concern. Get meaning of words through context clues and word association. Express emotional reactions to what is explicitly and implicitly expressed in a text. Write an open letter to the editor expressing one's agreement/disagreement over an issue. Use infinitives correctly in compositions.

 

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 1 Week 4: Breaking Down Walls
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen to appreciate a song. Pronounce /p/ and /f/sounds correctly. Locate clues from context to unlock word meanings. Describe a situation vividly through the use of appropriate adjectives/present perfect tense. Use concept maps to show relationships between and among ideas. Point out the figurative language and analyze its effect on the poem.

QUARTER 1: IN THE REALM OF THOUGHTS

ENGLISH 1: Quarter 2 Week 5 Planning My Learning Activities
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year I

Description: 
This lesson allows the learner to illustrate information gained from a text read. The student also will be able to identify a word from a given set of words or phrases, express ideas and thought using the present progressive tense of the verb, and appreciate the qualities of an effective learner.

I. OBJECTIVES

A. Listening