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Activating Prior Knowledge: Let the pupils listen to the following acrostic. S T U D Y by Elisa O.

Cerveza School is a place where children learn, Teaching them poems, songs, and games, Understanding numbers through gures and signs Doing new things they discover in Science, You and I, in school we come. Let them recite it by repeating after you. Say: Name the things we do in school. Presentation: Unlocking of Difculties: 1. hard (use context clues) 2. reach (through action or picture) Read Aloud: Always Bright by Elisa O. Cerveza Its late in the evening, go to bed now, Mother told Lot-lot. I need to study hard, Mama, Lot-lot replied. You might wake up late, Mother said. I promise, I wont. My teacher will give us a test. In school, while she was taking the test, she kept a bright smile on her face. In the afternoon, when she came home, her mother asked her how she did in the test. With a smile on her face she said, I got a perfect score again, Mother, she said. Her mother was very happy. Receiving medals and certicates during Recognition Day was a common thing for Lot-lot because she was a bright student. Her good study habits kept her always on top. Comprehension Questions: 1. Who stayed late in the evening? (Lot-lot) 2. Why did she need to stay late? (She studied her lessons.) 3. Why was mother worried about her? (She might not wake up early. She might be late for school the next day.) 4. Why do you think Lot-lot kept a bright smile while taking the test? (She knew all the answers. / She found the test easy.) 5. What kept her always on top? (She studied hard. / She had good study habits.) Ask: Do you also want to make your parents happy? (Yes.) What should you do? (Study hard. / Read more. / Do my homework and projects. / Listen to my teacher. etc.) Have you also received a medal or Certicate of Recognition? (Answers may vary.) 151

Do you want to receive one? What should you do? (Yes. Study hard. Have good study habits. Be always present. etc.) Say: Lot-lot is a bright pupil. Among her good study habits are the following: (Write these sentences on the board and underline the bold-faced words.) 1. She is always present in her class. 2. She records her scores. 3. She keeps a record notebook. 4. She studies hard. 5. She observes proper conduct in school. 6. She reads books in a room with bright light. Prepare pictures like the ones below showing the meaning of the given words:

Have pupils choose the picture that shows the meaning of the underlined word in each sentence. Ask: What do you notice about the meaning of the following words? present bright record hard What does present mean based on the sentence? What is the other meaning of present? Which picture suggests the other meaning of present? What does hard mean based on the sentence? What are the other meanings of the word hard? Which picture suggests other meanings of the word hard? Ask: How many meanings does each word have? How will you determine the appropriate meaning of each word? Generalization: Lead the pupils to generalize that there are words with many/multiple meanings. The meaning of each word may be determined based on how it is used in the sentence.


Say: The following words have many meanings. Give two or more meanings for each. 1. right 2. place 3. set Group Work: (Refer to LM, p. 289, We Can Do It) Evaluation: (Refer to LM, p. 290, Measure My Learning)

Lesson 17: Good Study Habits

Objectives: Participate in group and individual oral interpretation of short poems, rhymes, and stories in English Share personal experiences about developing good study habits Tell the importance of having good study habits and the value of hard work Subject Matter: Poem: I Study Hard by Amcy M. Esteban Materials: Value Focus: Procedure: Motivation: Say: Let us recite the chant. Repeat after me. School Is Fun by Elisa O. Cerveza Come, oh come! Enjoy the fun Sing the songs Recite some poems One, two, three We are ready In school we come To have some fun. Presentation: Say: Let us read and recite the poem. (Refer to LM, p. 291, Lets Read) Discuss about the poem. (Refer to LM, p. 291, Lets Answer) Let each group recite the poem. Let them add appropriate actions/gestures while they recite. Ask: Say: What are your good study habits? Share your experiences on how you were able to develop these habits. (Write the pupils answers on the board.) pictures of places, persons, and things Hard work


What are the good effects of these habits? Complete the following sentences: I read my lessons so _______. I read a lot so_______. My parents guide me in doing my homework so______. I never watch TV during week days so _______. I never go to bed without reading my lessons so_______. Application: Let the pupils recite the poem I Study Hard with appropriate action/gestures. Draw a picture on how or who you will be in the future to help our country reach the top.

Lesson 18: Lets Give a Clearer Picture

Objectives: Use words to identify and describe persons, places, things, animals, and events Listen to and perform simple instructions Subject Matter: Adjectives Materials: Procedure: Review: Have pupils do the same activity for adjectives used for describing persons, places, animals, and events. Change the label/proper headings for each. Motivation: (Refer to LM, p. 292, Get Set) Presentation: Say: Lot-lot is a bright pupil because she always goes to the library to read books. Let us read what she says about them. (Refer to LM, p. 292, Lets Aim and Lets Answer) pictures, charts, things around, or any available objects

Have pupils do the activity. (Refer to LM, p. 293, We Can Do It) Generalization: Adjectives give us a clearer picture of a person, place, thing, animal, idea, or event. They also tell us the number or quantity. Application: (Refer to LM, pp. 293-294, I Can Do It)


Lesson 19: Just One Sound

Objectives: Read and spell one- to two-syllable common words with consonant digraphs Follow directions Subject Matter: Consonant Digraphs Materials: Procedure: Motivation: Have the class do the Word Search. (Refer to LM, p. 294, Get Set) Presentation: Let the pupils write their answers to the Word Search activity on the board. (Refer to LM, p. 294, Lets Aim) Example: teach think backpack phonics coach graph pictures

Say: Read the given words and tell how many sounds each pair of underlined letters have. Give the sound of the underlined letters. Ask: What do we call these letter combinations? Where can we nd consonant digraphs? What common digraphs are found in the initial position? Let pupils recall what digraphs mean and let them realize that digraphs may be found also in the nal position through the given examples. Group Work: Have pupils add more words with consonant digraphs to the list. (Refer to LM, p. 295, We Can Do It) The group with the most number of words listed wins. Have pupils arrange the following letters to form words with consonant digraphs. Let them identify the position of the digraph in each word. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ncuhb ahsc hawt ohtos hatc


Generalization: Consonant digraphs may be found in the beginning, middle, and nal positions. Examples: chain (beginning) pocket (middle) lunch (nal) Application: Let the pupils complete the following words by adding the appropriate digraph. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. _ _ ite _ _ ess _ _ urch bran_ _ _ _ oto

Evaluation: (Refer to LM, p. 296, I Can Do It)

Lesson 20: Memory Game

Objectives: Listen to and follow simple directions Recognize the value of having good study habits Subject Matter: How Good Is Your Memory? Materials: Value Focus: Procedure: Review: Ask: What are the good study habits of Lot-lot that you should also practice to be a good pupil like her? Motivation: Ask: How good is your memory? Say: Look at the series of pictures. (Refer to LM, p. 296, Get Set) Now close your book. Name the pictures in their proper sequence starting from the left. Presentation: Say: Having a good memory is very important in studying. Good study habits help you develop a good memory too. Lets do the Memory Game. (Refer to LM, pp. 297-298, Lets Aim and We Can Do It) Evaluation: (Refer to LM, p. 298, Measure My Learning) 156 crayon, scissors, glue Good study habits