third year

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 4 Week 5: What If...?
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen attentively to the text to know the character better. 1.State the message of the selection listened to. Express one's opinion on a given topic/situation. Arrive at the meaning of unknown words through context clues.

 

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 4 Week 3: Moving Ideas
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen to determine what was left out and highlighted in an informative text. Elicit and give information using different types of questions and seek verification of responses made. 1.Express emotional reactions to what is explicitly stated and implied in the text. Express sorrow or regret using appropriate levels of language. Discover literature as a means of developing universal values.
QUARTER 4: MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Week 3: Moving Ideas
ENGLISH 3 Quarter 4 Week 2: Earth-Shaking Events
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Express one's opinions/reactions on a given topic. Express one's opinions/reactions on a given topic. Observe consistency in expressing a point of view. Determine the root word and affixes of a word..

 

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 8: Source of Pride
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen to infer links of ideas. Paraphrase passages to demonstrate communication skills. Use synonyms to clarify meanings in a given selection. Use information presented in a text for modifying, expanding or affirming hypothesis made. Write appropriate beginning and ending sentences.

 

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 3 Week 7: Transcending Space and Time
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen and employ the attentive listening strategy. Give information and express opinions, and attributes. Use the present perfect tense in written communication activities. Employ varied strategies to arrive at word meaning (context clues and word analysis). 1.Show the relationship between the main idea and significant details.

 

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 3 Week 2: Impact
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen to determine the worth of ideas. 1.Note the new data provided as the text unfolds and use them as basis for modifying, expanding, or affirming hypothesis made. 1.Use vivid verbs in writing an interesting short story. 1.Transform statements into questions. 1.Analyze and explain how the setting contributes to the overall theme of the selection.

 

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 3 Week 1: Uniqueness
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Employ listening strategies suited to type of text. 1.Read closely to get specific and implicitly stated ideas. Arrive at meanings of words through context clues. Develop a paragraph to express one's ideas using examples. 1.Evaluate oneself and others through literary values learned.

QUARTER    3  :   QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 2 Week 9 A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Listen to appreciate the rhythm of the poem. Draw conclusions after a careful analysis of facts, Describe people, places or things using appropriate modifiers. 1.Use an outline to organize ideas. Compare and contrast one's culture and tradition.
QUARTER 2: INTERACTIONS
Week 9: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

 

ENGLISH 3 Quarter 2 Week 8 Language of Power
Subject: English
  |  Educational level: Year III

Description: 
Determine the stand of a speaker on a given issue, Note the use of emotion-laden terms to express opinions. Use expressions of agreement and disagreement. Revise a paragraph using sentence variations/inverted opinions. Deliver a persuasive speech.