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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION I
DIVISION OF LA UNION
DON EULOGIO DE GUZMAN MEMORIAL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Calumbaya, Bauang, La Union 2501

BUDGET OF WORK
ENGLISH 9
FIRST QUARTER-SECOND QUARTER PERIOD

S.Y. 2015-2016

FIRST
QUARTER
Module 1
Enhancing the
Self
Lesson 1
Recognizing
Roles in Life

CONTENT
Task 1: Three-minute
Letter Search Riddle
Game

COMPETENCY/IES
EN9V-Ia-1: Provide words or expressions appropriate
for a given situation
EN9LC-Ia-3.6: Perform a task by following instructions

Task 2: All for the Best


Task 3: Inspirations
Task 4: Effective?
Partially...Ineffective?
Task 7: What Do I
Expect/Need/Hope to
Learn?

EN9RC-Ia-16:Share prior knowledge about a text topic


.

REFERENCE
A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, LM
pp. 3-7

NUMBER OF
HOURS
2

YOUR TEXT
The Seven Ages of Man
(William Shakespeare)

EN8LT-Ia-14: Analyze literature as a means of


discovering the self
EN8LT-Ia-14.1: Identify the distinguishing features of
notable Anglo-American lyric poetry, songs, poems,
Task 8: Ten-minute Image sermons, and allegories
Talk
Task 9: For Significant
EN9OL-Ia-1.15: Use the appropriate segmentals
Human Experience
(sounds of English) and the suprasegmentals or
Task 10: SGDW
prosodic features of speech when delivering lines of
Task 11: On Using
poetry and prose in a speech choir, jazz chants and
Expressions Appropriate
raps.
to Situations
Task 12: On Using
EN9G-Ia-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate punctuation marks
Capitalization and
and capitalization to convey meaning
Punctuation Marks
EN9G-Ia-18: Use interjections to convey meaning

OUR DISCOVERY TASKS


Task 13: Involvement
Task 14: Give Me Eight

EN8LT-Ia-14: Analyze literature as a means of


discovering the self

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, LM
pp. 7-20

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, LM
pp 20-26

YOUR FINAL TASK


Task 15: Community
Services Brochure

ENWC-Ia-8: Distinguish between and among


informative, journalistic, and literary writing.

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, LM
pp. 24-26

EN9LC-Ia-8: Process information mentioned in the text A Journey to


listened to EN9LC-Ic-3.12: Paraphrase the text
Anglo-American
listened to
Literature, LM
30-31

EN9V-Ib-1: Provide words or expressions appropriate


for a given situation
EN8LT-Ib-14: Analyze literature as a means of
discovering self

YOUR TREASURE

Module 1
Lesson 2
Maximizing My
Strength

YOUR INITIAL TASKS


Task 1: Hit the Hints
Task 2: Say That Again
YOUR TEXT
The Battle with Grendel
(from Beowulf translated
by Burton Raffel)
Task 3: Attack Those
Words
Task 4: Say Yes or No
Task 5: Illustrate the
Creations
Task 6: Compare and
Contrast

EN9VC-Ib-3.8: Infer thoughts, feelings, and intentions


in the material viewed

EN9RC-Ib-16: Share prior knowledge about a text

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, LM
33-42

Task 7: Into the Hero


Task 8: Epic vs. Lyric

topic
ENWC-Ib-8:Distinguish between and among
informative, journalistic, and literary writing

YOUR DISCOVERY TASKS


Task 9: Spot the Signals
and Punctuation Marks
Task 10: Mark the
Punctuations
Task 11: Introduce the
Characters
Task 12: Type the Text
YOUR FINAL TASK
Task 13: Rap Meant for a
Hero MY TREASURE Task
14: Share Your Lifes
Lessons
Lesson 3
Leaving a
Legacy

YOUR INITIAL TASKS


Task 1: The H.O.M.E.
Task 2: Picture Analysis
Task 3: Lend Me an Ear
Task 4: In a Capsule
YOUR TEXT

EN8LT-Ib-14.2: Explain how the elements specific to a


selection build its theme
EN9G-Ib-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate punctuation marks
and capitalization to convey meaning

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, LM
42-47

EN9OL-Ib-1.15: Use the appropriate segmentals


(sounds of English) and the suprasegmentals or
prosodic features of speech when delivering lines of
poetry and prose in a speech choir, jazz chants and
raps.
EN9F-Ib-3.1: Produce the correct beat and rhythm in
delivering jazz chants and raps
EN9VC-Ic-3.8: Infer thoughts, feelings, and intentions
in the material viewed
EN9LC-Ia-8: Process information mentioned in the text
listened to

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, LM
48

EN9V-Ic-15: Explain how words are derived from

A Journey to

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, LM
50-51

The Day of Destiny (from


Morte D Arthur by Sir
Thomas Malory)
Task 5: Whats in a Word?
Task 6: A Hero in You
Task 7: The Mirage
Task 8: Mull Over in
Groups Task 9: Group
Activity
Task 10: Plotting Them
All Task 11: Weigh Up!
Task 12: Bite the Dash
Task 13: Write a Dash
Task 14: Type the Hype
Task 15: Lets Hype!

names of persons and places


EN9RC-Ic-13.2: Take note of sequence signals or
connectors to determine patterns of idea
development given in a text

Anglo-American
Literature, LM
52-63

EN8LT-Ic-14: Analyze literature as a means of


enhancing self.
ENWC-Id-8.1: Examine sample texts representative of
each type
EN8LT-Ic-2.2:Explain how the elements specific to a
genre contribute to the theme of a particular literary
selection
EN9G-Ib-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate punctuation marks
and capitalization to convey meaning

YOUR DISCOVERY TASKS


Task 16: Me-Metaphors

EN8LT-Ic-14: Analyze literature as a means of


enhancing self.

LM 63

YOUR FINAL TASKS

EN9OL-Ic-1.15: Use the appropriate segmentals

A Journey to

Lesson 4
Coping With
Challenges

Task 18: Viva Voce!


MY TREASURE

(sounds of English) and the suprasegmentals or


prosodic features of speech when delivering lines of
poetry and prose in a speech choir, jazz chants and
raps

Anglo-American
Literature, LM
66

YOUR INITIAL TASKS


Task 1: Twisters
Task 2: Constant Recall
Task 3: Make a Synonym
Match Challenge
Task 4: Highlighting the
Focus Question
Task 5: What Do I
Expect/Need/Hope to
Learn?
YOUR TEXT
Mother to Son (Langston
Hughes)
Task 6: Why Not?
Task 7: Be the Best You
Can Be
Task 8: Meaningful Life
Task 9: Small Group
Differentiated Work
Task 10: On Using
Contractions

EN9V-Ig-12.3: Note types of context clue (synonyms)

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Anglo-American
Literature, 6971

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Anglo-American
Literature, 7279

EN9LC-Id-8.4: Agree or disagree with the ideas of the


speaker
EN9LC-Id-8.5:Accept or reject ideas mentioned
EN9RC-Id-13.2: Scan sequence signals or connectors
to determine patterns of idea development

EN8LT-Id-14: Analyze literature as a means of


discovering the self
ENBLT-Id-2.2.1: Express appreciation for sensory
images used
EN9G-Ib-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate punctuation marks
and capitalization to convey meaning

YOUR DISCOVERY TASKS


Task 11: An Advice Task
12: Advice Collage
Task 13: Nominee
Task 14: Musically Yours

Lesson 5:
Living with a
Purpose

YOUR FINAL TASKS


Task 16: The Best Info-Ad
Campaign
MY TREASURE
Task 17: How Are You
Doing?
YOUR INITIAL TASKS
Task 3: Why Not?
Task 4: Core Question
Task 5: Remember the
Focus Question
Task 6: What Do I
Expect/Need/Hope to
Learn?
YOUR TEXT
A Psalm of Life (Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow)
Task 7: My Resolve
Task 8: Fusion of Sounds
and Sense
Task 9: Small Group
Differentiated Work

EN9G-Id-17:Use normal and inverted word order in


creative writing
EN9OL-Id-1.14: Use the correct pitch, juncture, stress,
intonation, rate of speech, volume and projection
when delivering lines of poetry/songs and prose in
dramatic and conventional speech choirs
ENWC-Ic-8: Distinguish between and among
informative, journalistic, and literary writing
EN9OL-Id-1.14: Use the correct pitch, juncture, stress,
intonation, rate of speech, volume and projection
when delivering lines of poetry/songs and prose in
dramatic and conventional speech choirs
EN9SS-Ie-1.5.1: Skim to determine key ideas and
authors purpose

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Anglo-American
Literature, 7980

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Anglo-American
Literature, 8183

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Anglo-American
Literature, 8688

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 8995

EN9LC-Ie-8.6: Make decisions based on what is


listened to
EN9V-Ig-12.3: Note types of context clue
(restatement, definition, synonyms, antonyms) used
for a given situation
ENBLT-Ie-14: Analyze literature as a means of
analyzing self
EN9OL-Id-1.14: Use the correct pitch, juncture, stress,
intonation, rate of speech, volume and projection
when delivering lines of poetry and prose in dramatic

Task 11: Comparing and


Contrasting
Task 12: On Using
Quotation Marks

Lesson 6:
Celebrating
Self-worth

YOUR DISCOVERY TASKS


Task 13: Strive
Task 14: Sharing with the
Persona
Task 15: Your Turn
YOUR FINAL TASK
Task 16
Poetry Reading
MY TREASURE
YOUR INITIAL TASKS Task
1: Something Special
Game
Task 2: Here and Now
Task 3: Dignity Delight
Task 4: Getting the
MostOut of Life
Task 5: Focus Question
Task 6: Setting
Expectations
YOUR TEXT
If (Rudyard Kipling)
Task 7: Lifes Stairway
Task 8: A Time to Project

and conventional speech choirs

EN9G-Id-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate punctuation marks


and capitalization to convey meaning
ENBLT-Ie-14: Analyze literature as a means of
analyzing self
ENWC-Ie-9: Compose forms of literary writing

EN9OL-Ie-1.14: Use the correct pitch, juncture, stress,


intonation, rate of speech, volume and projection
when delivering lines of poetry and prose in dramatic
and conventional speech choirs
EN9LC-If-8.2: Judge the relevance and worth of ideas
presented
EN9SS-IF-1.5.1:Skim to determine key ideas and
purpose

EN8LT-If-14: Analyze literature as a means of


discovering the self
EN8LT-If-2.2.3: Determine tone, mood, technique, and

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Anglo-American
Literature, 9697

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Anglo-American
Literature, 9798
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Anglo-American
Literature, 101103

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Anglo-American
Literature, 104111

Task 9: A Golden Door


Task 10: Whats It?
Task 11: Vocabulary
Game
Task 12: SGDW
Task 13: On Using Ellipsis

purpose of the author


EN9V-If-11:Arrive at meaning of words through word
formation (clipping, blending, acronymy,
compounding, folk etymology, etc)
EN9G-If-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate punctuation marks
and capitalization to convey meaning

YOUR DISCOVERY TASKS


Task 14: The BIG FOUR

YOUR FINAL TASKS


Task 15: Connect
Task 16: A Working Script
Task 17: The Fair Plan
Task 18: Rehearse,
Rehearse, Rehearse!

ENWC-If-9.1: Identify types of features of poetry.


EN9G-If-17: Use normal and inverted word in creative
writing
EN9G-If-18: Use interjections to convey meaning
EN9OL-If-2.6.2: Use the appropriate gestures (hand,
face, and body)

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Anglo-American
Literature, 111112
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Anglo-American
Literature, 113115

Total
SECOND
QUARTER
Module 2
Valuing Others
and Their
Circumstance

Your Initial Tasks


Task 1 Methinks
Task 2 Connecting Lives
Your Text
Auld Lang Syne (Robert

EN9RC-Ig-17: Make a connection between the present


text and previously read texts

EN9LT-IIa-15: Analyze literature as a means of valuing

44

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 119

A Journey to
Anglo-American

Burns); I Think
Continually of Those Who
Were Truly Great
(Stephen Spender)
Task 3 Finding
Similarities and
Differences
Task 4 Greatness
Delivered
Task 6 Uncovering
Greatness
Task 7 Controlled
Practice
Task 8 Greatness
Recounted
Task 9 Writeshop

Lesson 2
Observing
Others
Circumstances

Your Final Task


Task 11 (The Search For
Greatness)
Your Treasure
Task 12 My Final
Thoughts
Your Initial Tasks
Task 2 Casual
Conversations

other people and their various circumstances in life


EN9LT-IIa-1.5.1: Identify the distinguishing features of
notable Anglo-American sonnets, dramatic poetry,
vignettes, and short stories.
EN9 RC-Ifa-3.2.7: Compare and contrast similar
information presented in different texts.
EN9LC-IIa-11: Shift from one listening strategy to
another based on topic, purpose, and level of
difficulty of the argumentative or persuasive text
EN9G-IIa-19: Use adverbs in narration
EN9V-IIa-27: Give the appropriate communicative
styles for various situations (intimate, casual,
conversational, consultative, frozen)

Literature, 120129

EN9WCIIa-10: Distinguish the features present in


poetry and in prose.

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 131

EN9LT-IIb-27: Give the appropriate communicative


styles for various situations (intimate, casual,
conversational, consultative, frozen)

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 134

Your Text
The Man with the Hoe
(Edwin Markham);
Sonnet 29 (George
Santayana
Task 3 Spot the
Difference
Task 4 Music to My Ears
Your Discovery Tasks
Task 5 Mind Your
Manners!
Task 6 Controlled
Practice
Task 7 Writeshop
Your Final Task
Task 8 Words, 1 Story
Lesson 3
Feeling for
Others

Your Initial Tasks


Task 1 Scrutinize and
Speculate
Task 2 Possible
Sentences
Task 3 Piece by Piece
Your Text
The Lottery (Shirley
Jackson)
Task 4 Make a Mind
Movie

EN9LC-IIb-2.8: Make inferences from what was said.


EN9WC-IIb-10: Distinguish the features present in
poetry and in prose
EN9LC-IIb-11.1: List on to get important information
from argumentative/persuasive texts.
EN9LT-IIb-15: Analyze literature as a means of valuing
other people and their various circumstances in life
EN9LT-II-O-14.2: Explain how the elements specific to
a selection build its theme.
EN9G-IIb-19: Use adverbs in narration
EN9VC-IIb-21:Summarize the information contained in
the materials viewed

EN9VC-IIb-21:Summarize the information contained in


the materials viewed
EN9RC-IIc-19:Get information from various print
media like movie poster
Arrive at meaning of words through word formation

EN9LC-IIc-3.12/3.14: Listen to paraphrase and


summarize information from persuasive texts.
(EN9LT-IIc-15: Analyze literature as a means of
valuing other people and their various circumstances
in life

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Anglo-American
Literature, 135139

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Anglo-American
Literature, 139141

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Anglo-American
Literature, 142
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Anglo-American
Literature, 145147

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 148157

Task 5 Share Your Mind


Movies

Lesson 4
Supporting
Others

Your Discovery Tasks


Task 7 Prose in Process
Task 8 Browsing Through
Journals
Task 9 Tipping the Scale
Task 10 Conversing in
Verse
Task 11 Comparing and
Contrasting Poetry and
Prose
Task 12 Qualifying
Matters
Task 13 Fill in the Gap
Task 14 Producing Gliding
Vowels
Task 15 Drill it On
Your Final Task
Task 16 Creating Catchy
Chronicles
Task 17 Sum It Up!
Your Treasure
Task 18 Revisiting the
Possible Sentences
Your Initial Tasks
Task 1 Worth
Contemplating

EN9LT-IIc-2.2: Explain how the elements specific to a


selection build its theme.
A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 158165

EN9G-IIb-19: Use adverbs in narration

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 167168

EN9RC-IId-19: Get information from various print


media like brochures, pamphlets, periodicals, and
audio-video recordings.

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 170-

EN9V-IIc-27: Give the appropriate communicative


styles for various situations (intimate, casual,
conversational, consultative, frozen)

EN9WC-IIc-10: Distinguish the features present in


poetry and in prose.
EN9F-IIc-3.11.1:Use the correct production of English
sounds: vowel sounds, consonant sounds, diphthongs,
etc.

Advocacies

Task 2 The First Word


Task 3 Learn Jargon
Task 4 Observe Breaks

Your Text
Ida B. Wells-Barnett and
Her Passion for Justice
(Lee D. Baker)
Task 5 Crafting a
Timeline
Your Discovery Tasks
Task 6 Single it Out
Task 7 Texts or Figures
Task 8 Learn Grammar
Task 9 Lend A Hand
Task 10 Learn Grammar

Your Final Task


Task 11 Express It in
Prose
Your Treasure
Task 12 Shaping Up

172
EN9LC-IId-1.1.2: Anticipate the points that will be
based on the speakers purpose
EN9VC-IIe-27: Give the appropriate communicative
styles for various situations (intimate, casual,
conversational, consultative, frozen)
EN9LT-IIe-15: Analyze literature as a means of valuing
other people and their various circumstances in life
EN9LT-IId-2.2.1: Express appreciation for sensory
images used

EN9WC-IId-10: Distinguish the features present in


poetry
EN9RC-IId-19: Get information from various print
media like brochures, pamphlets, periodicals, and
audio-video recordings
EN9G- IIe- 20: Use conditionals in expressing
arguments
EN9V-IIf-28: Determine the vocabulary or jargons
expected of a communicative style.

EN9WC-IId-10: Distinguish the features present in


poetry and in prose
EN9OL-IIe-5: Use the appropriate prosodic features
when delivering liens

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Anglo-American
Literature, 173176

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Anglo-American
Literature, 176182

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 182

Lesson 5
Seeking Justice
for Others

Review
Your Initial Tasks
Task 1 Black Out!
Task 2 Imagine
Your Text
I Have a Dream (Martin
Luther King Jr.)
Task 3 Four Pictures, One
Idea
Task 4 Dream Catcher
Task 5 Device Delivered
Task 6 In His Shoes
Task 7 Conditioning
Conditionals

Your Discovery Tasks


Task 8 Parts and Parcel
Task 9 Merciful Portia
Task 10 A Poets Poem, A
Fans Prose
Task 11 Lights On
Task 12 Numb on
Numbers
Your Final Task
Task 13 A Glimpse From
The Past

EN9LC-IIe-12: Make decisions based on the text


listened to
EN9SS-Ie-1.5.1: Skim to determine key ideas and
authors purpose
EN9Lt-IIe-15: Analyze literature as a means of valuing
other people and their various circumstances in life

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Anglo-American
Literature, 185
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Anglo-American
Literature, 186192

EN9LT-IIf-2.2.3: Determine tone, mood, technique, and


purpose of the author;
EN9V-IIf-28: Determine the vocabulary or jargons
expected of a communicative style
EN9G-IIe-20: Use conditionals in expressing
arguments
EN9WC-IIe-10: Distinguish the features present in
poetry and in prose

2
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Anglo-American
Literature, 193197

EN9RC-IIe-19: Get information from various print


media like brochures, pamphlets, periodicals, and
audio-visual materials

EN90L-IIe-5:Use the appropriate prosodic features of


speech when delivering lines in a Readers Theatre or
in a Chambers Theatre EN9G-IIe-20: Use conditionals

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Anglo-American
Literature, 197-

Lesson 6
Overcoming
Indifference

Task 14 Signs and


Symbols
Your Initial Tasks
Task 1Unlikely Raffle
Task 2 Time Pod
Task 4 Vocabulary
Development
Your Text
By The Railway Side
(Alice Maynell)
Task
Task
Text
Task
Task
Task
Task

5 Drain in a Train
6 In Line With the
7 What a Feeling
8 What If?
9 If Only
10 If Salad

Your Discovery Tasks


Task 11 Much Ado About
What To Do
Task 12 Vogue Vignette
Task 13 Nosy News
Task 15 Case Closed
Task 16 A President in a
Day
Task 17 Vignette
Vigilance

in expressing arguments

198

EN9LC-IIf-23: Share personal opinion about ideas


presented
EN9V-IIf-28: Determine the vocabulary or jargons
expected of a communicative style

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Anglo-American
Literature, 199200

EN9LT-IIg-15: Analyze literature as a means of valuing


other people and their various circumstances in life

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Anglo-American
Literature, 202207

A Journey to
Anglo-American
Literature, 207213

EN9LT-IIf-2.2.3: Determine tone, mood, technique, and


purpose of the author.

EN9G-IIf-20: Use conditionals in expressing arguments


EN9WC-II-f-9:Compose forms of literary writing

EN9LT-IIf-9.2: Identify types and features of short


prose
EN9LT-IIf-15: Analyze literature as a means of valuing
other people and their various circumstances in life
EN9RC-IIf-11.1: Sense the difference between linear
and non-linear texts.
EN9DL-II-f-5: Use the appropriate prosodic features of
speech when delivering lines in a Readers Theatre or
in a Chamber Theatre.
EN9G-IIf-20:Use conditionals in expressing arguments

Your Final Task

Lesson 7
Working with
Others

Your Initial Tasks


Task 1 Bundle of Joy
Task 2 A Matter of
Perspective
Task 3 Kindness Begets
Kindness
Your Text
Thank You Maam
Task 4 Word Climb
Task 5 One With the Text
Task 6 Group Thought
Task 8 Sto-Reteller)
Your Discovery Tasks
Task 9 Cross Over
Task 10 Conditional Logic
Task 11 Hippity-HoppityToe
Task 12 Elementals
Task 13 Poster-nity
Task 14 Working in
Context
T
Your Final Task
Task 16 A Piece to Read
Task 17 Grand

EN90-IIf-5: Use the appropriate prosodic features of


speech when delivering lines in a Readers Theatre or
in a Chamber Theatre

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Anglo-American
Literature, 213
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Anglo-American
Literature, 217218

EN9V-IIg-28: Determine the vocabulary or jargons


expected of a communicative style
EN9LT-IIg-15: Analyze literature as a means of valuing
other people and their various circumstances in life.
EN9LT-IIg-2.2.3: Use literary devices and techniques
to craft short prose forms
EN9G-IIg-20: Use conditionals in expressing
arguments
EN9RC-IIg-5: Interpret information found in non-linear
tools such as diagrams, maps, charts etc.

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Anglo-American
Literature, 219225

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Anglo-American
Literature, 225229

EN9WC-IIg-9:Compose forms of literary writing


EN9WC-IIg-9.2: Identify types and features of short
prose

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Anglo-American
Literature, 230

EN9VC-IIg-23 Share personal opinion about the ideas


presented
EN9LC-IIg-3.13: React and share personal opinion
about the issues listened to

Performance

EN90L-IIg-2.6: Employ effective and appropriate nonverbal communication to convey meaning in a


Readers or Chamber Theatre
Total 45

Prepared by:
SHULEENE M. ANDRADA
Checked by:
FE D. GALI
HEAD, ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
Noted by:

DR. ALICIA F. APRECIO


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