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Identifying Sub-heading for a Given Heading

I. Learning Objectives II. Identify sub-heading for a given heading Write the sub-heading for a given heading

Subject Matters A. Topic: B. References: C. Materials: Identifying Sub-Heading for a Given Heading PELC III 5.2 English for Grade Six photocopies of the selection

Value Focus: Kindness to animals

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Procedure A. Preparatory Activities Review Read the following stanzas and give the title of each. a. I wish I were a flower A bright yellow rose The bowing branches about me The flitting bee to love me (Wishing) When I am a little toddler I plan to buy a boat And up and down the river The two of us will float (My Plan)

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Motivation Look at this picture. What is it? Have you seen this bird? What can you say about it?

Motive Question Why is the skylark a famous bird? Unlocking of Difficulties Here are sentences with underlined words. Write the synonym of the word on the spaces in the box. 1. The pedestrian lanes have streaks for the people to follow. 2. My mother frequently goes to market on Mondays and Fridays.

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B. Developmental Activities Presentation The Skylark The skylark belongs to the lark family of birds. It is found chiefly in the Eastern Hemisphere in Europe and in some regions of Asia. The skylark grows to be about seven inches long. It has a light brown coat with dark brown streaks. All larks have a long claw on each back toe. Most skylarks build nest on the ground in open fields. They use bits of grass, cloth, hair, or sticks to construct their nests. Skylarks are famous for the song they sing in flight. People frequently hear the song when the bird is out of sight. Many poets have written about the skylarks song.

Discussion and Analysis a. Answer the motive question: Why is the skylark a famous bird? b. Comprehension Check-up What kind of an animal is the skylark? Describe the skylark. How do skylarks build their nests?

If you were a bird, what would you do? 1. Call a pupil to read the first sentence of the first paragraph. Then ask the sub-heading or ideas that support the heading or the first sentence. Heading: The skylark belongs to the lark family of birds. Subheading: It is found chiefly in the Eastern Hemisphere in Europe and in some regions of Asia. The skylark grows to be about seven inches long. It has a light brown coat with dark brown streaks. All larks have a long claw on each back toe. Which sentence is the heading of paragraph #1? What are the sub-headings in the paragraph? Value Integration Birds like the skylark are useful animals. How should we treat them?

Generalization What is a heading? It is the main idea of a selection. What are subheadings? Subheadings are the details of a heading. C. Post Activities Application a. Directions: Identify the sub-heading/s of a given heading. What is the heading of the second paragraph? Heading: Most skylarks build nest on the ground on open fields. What is the subheading of the second paragraph? Subheading: They use bits of grass, cloth, hair, or sticks to construct their nests. What is the heading of the third paragraph? Heading: Skylarks are famous for the song they sing in flight. What is the subheading of the third paragraph? Subheading: People frequently hear the song when the bird is out of sight. Many poets have written about the skylarks song. b. Directions: Below is a selection. The headings are given for each paragraph. Identify the sub-headings and write them on the spaces provided for.

Computers are one of the most incredible inventions of the century and they have completely altered our daily lives. They help us solve problems in faster and more efficient ways than we ever thought possible. Scientists use computers to control instruments, analyze data and help them conduct research. In medicine, doctors use computers to help analyze test results and diagnose illnesses. As a result, computers help doctors save thousands of lives.

Supply the sub-headings on the following form. I. Heading: Computers are one of the most incredible inventions. Sub-Headings: 1. ______________________________ 2. ______________________________ II. Heading: Scientists use computers in many ways. Sub-Headings: 1. ______________________________ 2. ______________________________ 3. ______________________________ Directions: Read the paragraph below and complete the form by supplying the sub-headings. Photosynthesis begins when chlorophyll found in leaves traps light energy from the sun. This will produce oxygen and glucose, a sugar that plants need for growth and energy. Chlorophyll is the most abundant pigment in plants. It is what makes leaves and plants appear green. There are other pigments called accessory pigments like red, orange and yellow. They are responsible for blocking the suns harmful ultraviolet rays. They are not visible for most of the year because they are marked by green chlorophyll.

Supply the sub-headings on the following form. I. Heading: Photosynthesis begins when chlorophyll traps light energy from the sun. Sub-Headings: 1. ______________________________ II. Heading: Sub-Headings: 1. 2. 3. 4. ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________

Enrichment Activity Underline the subheadings. God answers our prayers in three ways. His answer can be yes, no or wait. His response is yes if what we are asking is really something good for us; no, if what we are asking will not yield good result, and wait if he is testing our faith and endurance to bear trial and crosses that come our way. IV. Evaluation Directions: Write the subheadings of the underlined heading. 1. It was Sunday morning. The family woke up very early. They ate their breakfast. They dressed up and went to church. 2. Mother was not feeling well. Father was very worried. He decided to bring mother to the hospital. 3. The family went on a picnic. They brought lots of food. They played games. They danced and sang. V. Assignment Directions: Write subheadings for the given heading. A. Parts of a Book 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A. Parts of a Newspaper 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.