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UNPACKING THE STANDARDS FOR UNDERSTANDING

Level: English 9

Quarter: First
Quarter

Theme:
ENHANCING
THE SELF
Writers: Group 1
Content
Standard:

The learner
demonstrates
understanding of
how Anglo-
American
literature and
other text types
serve as means of
enhancing the
self; also how to
use processing,
assessing,
summarizing
information, word
derivation and
formation
strategies,
appropriate word
order,
punctuation
marks and
interjections to
enable him/her to
participate
actively in a
speech choir.

Performance
Standard:

The learner actively
participates in a speech
choir through using
effective verbal and non-
verbal strategies based on
the following criteria:
Focus, Voice, Delivery,
Facial Expressions, Body
Movements/Gestures and
Audience Contact.

Competencies

(Copy from DepEd Curriculum Guide)
Key Nouns in Big Ideas

Anglo-
American
literature
Enhancing
the self
Synthesizing
information
Morphological
strategies
Segmentals
and
suprasegment
als

Big Ideas

Verbal and non-
verbal strategies
Speech choir

Essential
Understanding

Students will
understand that:
To enhance
oneself, the study
of Anglo-
American poetry
should be
pondered.
The appropriate
segmentals and
suprasegmentals
of speech should
be used when
delivering lines in
speech choir.

Essential Questions

How do themes in
Anglo-American
poetry influence
ones perspective to
enhance the self?
What makes an
effective speech
choir?
What is the best way
to deliver a speech
choir?

Highest Order
Verb in
Transfer Goal

Students will on their
own
Be collaborative
in performing
literary elocutions
and expressing
different feelings
and emotions in
emanating
themselves to
show
connectedness of
Anglo-American
literature in
enhancing one
self.

Transfer Task in
GRASPS form

G- to perform an
effective speech choir
R- performer
A- participants in World
Youth Day
S- World Youth Day
Celebration
P- Speech choir
S- Focus, Voice Delivery,
Facial Expression, and
Audience Contact









In celebration of
World Youth Day,
the city government
will stage a program
that pays tribute in
empowering the
youth of today. Your
class has been
tapped to present a
choreographed
speech choir. You
are tasked to
organize your class
for a speech choir
with the theme,
Rediscovering the
Self, following the
criteria: Focus, Voice,
Delivery, and
Audience Contact.

RUBRIC ASSESSMENT FOR TRANSFER TASK
4-
Outstanding
3-
Satisfactory
2-
Developing
1-
Beginning
Focus The group is
always
focused,
disciplined
and organized
which
enhanced the
entire
presentation
Most of the
group
members are
focused,
disciplined
and
organized
which
enhanced the
entire
presentation
Few members
of the group
are focused,
disciplined
and
organized
which
enhanced the
entire
presentation
The group is
not able to
focus,
organize and
discipline
themselves
during the
entire
presentation.
Voice Voice
modulation is
very evident,
correct
pronunciation,
stress and
enunciation
are observed,
and various
intonations
are used
appropriately.

Voice
modulation is
evident,
correct
pronunciation,
stress and
enunciation
are observed,
and various
intonations
are used.

Voice
modulation is
less evident,
correct
pronunciation,
stress and
enunciation
are somewhat
observed, and
various
intonations
are slightly
used.
Voice
modulation is
not evident,
correct
pronunciation,
stress and
enunciation
are not
observed, and
various
intonations
are not used.
Delivery

Use of
choreography,
costume and
props
effectively
enrich the
presentation.
Use of
choreography,
costume and
props enrich
the
presentation.
Use of
choreography,
costume and
props
minimally
enrich the
presentation.
Use of
choreography,
costume and
props
detracted
from the
presentation.
Audience
Contact
The audience
thoroughly
reacts, shows
interest,
focuses their
attention and
is truly
entertained
by the
performance.
The audience
reacts, shows
interest,
focuses their
attention and
is entertained
by the
performance.
The audience
minimally
shows
reaction,
interest and
focus of
attention to
the
presentation.
The audience
does not
react, does
not show
interest, and
poorly focuses
their attention
on the
presentation.


UNIT ASSESSMENT- ACTIVITIES MATRIX (Non-Online)
Level of Assessment What will I assess? How will I assess? How will I score?
Knowledge

LT
Determine tone, mood,
technique and purpose of
the author.
In the poem, I Wandered
Lonely as a Cloud by
William Wordsworth, what
rhyming scheme is used in
the given stanza?
I wandered lonely as a
cloud
That floats hills
When all crowd
A host daffodils
Beside trees
Fluttering breeze

A. ababab
B. abcabc
C. ababcc
D. aabbcc

Answer: C (1 point)
Process/Skill LT
Determine the purpose of
holding a speech choir.
Draw an insight about how
one touches the audience
when delivering lines of
prose and poetry in a
speech choir.
4- The speech choir
thoroughly touches the
audience when delivering
lines of prose and poetry.

3- The speech choir
touches the audience
when delivering the lines
of prose and poetry.

2- The speech choir
touches the audience
when minimally
delivering lines of prose
and poetry.

1- The speech choir does
not touch the audience
when delivering lines of
prose and poetry.

Understanding CF
Students will understand
that enhancing ones
communicative skills lead
them to effectively perform
in speech choir.
1. What is the best way to
effectively perform a
speech choir?
*After critiquing the
viewed speech choir
presentations, what do you
think is the most important
factor in performing a
speech choir?
4- The student answers
the question accurately
and states concrete
examples to justify his/her
answer.

3- The student answers
the question accurately.

2- The student answers
the question but failed to
express the idea he/she
wants to convey.

1- The student does not
answer the question
accurately.

UNIT ASSESSMENT MAP
Subject: English 9
Unit Topic: Enhancing the Self
Content Standard: The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature and other text types
serve as means of enhancing the self; also how to use processing, assessing, summarizing information, word derivation
and formation strategies, appropriate word order, punctuation marks and interjections to enable him/her to
participate actively in a speech choir.
Performance Standard: The learner actively participates in a speech choir through using effective verbal and non-
verbal strategies based on the following criteria: Focus, Voice, Delivery, Facial Expressions, Body Movements/Gestures
and Audience Contact.
TYPE KNOWLEDGE AND
PROCESS/SKILLS
(ACQUISITION)
UNDERSTANDING
(MEANING MAKING)
PRODUCT
(TRANSFER)
Pre-Assessment/Diagnostic


Identification 1-8 (NG) Identification 9-10 (NG) Identification 10-15
(NG)
Formative Assessment


Multiple Choice (NG) Answering Table (NG) Tables 1-2 (NG)


1 Minute Essay (G)


Reflection (G)
Summative Assessment


Compare and Contrast
(NG)
Create a 3-5 minute
speech choir on I Have
a Dream by Martin
Luther King (G)
Self-Assessment


Expressive Skills
Checklist (NG)

UNIT ACTIVITIES MAP
Subject: English 9
Unit Topic: Enhancing the Self
Content Standard: The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature and other text types
serve as means of enhancing the self; also how to use processing, assessing, summarizing information, word derivation
and formation strategies, appropriate word order, punctuation marks and interjections to enable him/her to
participate actively in a speech choir.
Performance Standard: The learner actively participates in a speech choir through using effective verbal and non-
verbal strategies based on the following criteria: Focus, Voice, Delivery, Facial Expressions, Body Movements/Gestures
and Audience Contact.
ACTIVITIES FOR ACQUIRING
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
ACTIVITIES FOR MAKING
MEANING AND DEVELOPING
UNDERSTANDING
ACTIVITIES LEADING TO
TRANSFER
Explore
IRF
The students will state their initial
answer to the EQ.

Listening: I Have a Dream
Firm Up
Listening 1: The Battle Hymn of the
Republic by Julia Ward Howe

Activity: Repeating words and
phrases in poetry

Reading 1: I Have a Dream by Martin
Luther King Jr.

Reading 2: Oral reading of Abraham
Lincolns Gettysburg Address

Listen to an excerpt of the speech
that the teacher will read to the
student to find out if the ideas are
logical or whether there are
discrepancies.


Reading 3: I Wandered Lonely as a
Cloud by William Wordsworth

IRF
The students will revise their initial
answer.

Deepen
Activity: Mind Map
Film Viewing of Documentary that
shows American occupation in the
Philippines then draw a mind map of
the film viewed.
Activity: Doing a choreographed
speech choir
Transfer
IRF
The students will give their final
answer to the EQ.
Speech choir
I Have a Dream by Martin Luther
King


3-2-1
Give 3 concepts
Give 2 reflections
Ask 1 question


English 9
Module 1: Enriching the Self
Introduction and Focus Questions
This unit describes the literary trend in America as it begins to set new standards in literature in the
contemporary period influenced by the grimness of World War II.
American poets in the early 20
th
century led in developing literary modernism, and at the opening of the
1900s, American literature stood divided among special interest groups.
As you discover the literary selections in this unit, your skills for reading literature will be enhanced as well as
your listening, speaking, and writing skills. Your knowledge in Anglo-American literature and other text types,
punctuation marks, interjections, word derivation, appropriate word order, verbal and non-verbal strategies
and delivery and staging of speech choir will prove to be helpful as you prepare for more activities in the
future and therefore will further enhance one self.
As you go through this module think about these questions:
How do themes in Anglo-American poetry influence ones perspective to enhance the self?
What makes an effective speech choir?
What is the best way to deliver a speech choir?


EXPLORE
Pre-Assessment
Knowledge: What specific criteria of speech choir focuses on intonation, enunciation and tonal quality?
Meaning Making: Identify the criteria of speech choir.
Transfer: Based on the video presented, identify the criteria used.
A. focus B. voice
C. tone D. audience contact
Hook:
Listen to the song, I Have a Dream.

End of Explore:
Consider this question, What makes an effective speech choir? Write your answer on the first row,
second column of the IRF chart below.
Initial Answer

Revised Answer

Final Answer

FIRM UP
Activity: Repeating Words and Phrases in Poetry
Review the last stanza of the poem, The Battle Hymn of the Republic by Julia Ward Howe. What idea
is given emphasis through the repetition of words and phrases in the following lines?







Review, too, the refrain after the first stanza. What feeling is emphasized through the repetition of the
lines?

His truth is marching on.
His day is marching on.
Since God is marching on.
Our God is marching on.
While God is marching on.

Formative Assessment: 1 Minute Essay
Write a 1 minute essay about the importance of speech choir as part of elocution strategies.
End of Firm Up:
Consider this question, What makes an effective speech choir? Write your answer on the second row,
second column of the IRF chart below.
Initial Answer

Revised Answer

Final Answer


DEEPEN
Activity: Mind Map
View a film documentary that shows American occupation in the Philippines then draw a mind map of
the film viewed.


End of Deepen:
Consider this question, What makes an effective speech choir? Write your answer on the third row,
second column of the IRF chart below.
Initial Answer

Revised Answer

Final Answer



TRANSFER
Activity: Speech Choir
In celebration of World Youth Day, the city government will stage a program that pays tribute
in empowering the youth of today. Your class has been tapped to present a choreographed speech
choir. You are tasked to organize your class for a speech choir with the theme, Rediscovering the Self,
following the criteria: Focus, Voice, Delivery, and Audience Contact.


American
occupation



RUBRIC ASSESSMENT FOR SPEECH CHOIR
4- Outstanding 3- Satisfactory 2- Developing 1- Beginning
Focus The group is always
focused, disciplined and
organized which
enhanced the entire
presentation
The group members
are focused, disciplined
and organized which
enhanced the entire
presentation
Most of the members of
the group are focused,
disciplined and
organized which
enhanced the entire
presentation
The group is not able
to focus, organize and
discipline themselves
during the entire
presentation.
Voice Voice modulation is
very evident, correct
pronunciation, stress
and enunciation are
observed, and various
intonations are used
appropriately.

Voice modulation is
evident, correct
pronunciation, stress
and enunciation are
observed, and various
intonations are used.

Voice modulation is less
evident, correct
pronunciation, stress
and enunciation are
somewhat observed,
and various intonations
are slightly used.
Voice modulation is not
evident, correct
pronunciation, stress
and enunciation are
not observed, and
various intonations are
not used.
Delivery

Use of choreography,
costume and props
effectively enrich the
presentation.
Use of choreography,
costume and props
enrich the
presentation.
Use of choreography,
costume and props
minimally enrich the
presentation.
Use of choreography,
costume and props
detracted from the
presentation.
Audience
Contact
The audience
thoroughly reacts,
shows interest, focuses
their attention and is
truly entertained by the
performance.
The audience reacts,
shows interest, focuses
their attention and is
entertained by the
performance.
The audience minimally
shows reaction, interest
and focus of attention
to the presentation.
The audience does not
react, does not show
interest, and poorly
focuses their attention
on the presentation.


Summative Assessment:
Create a 3-5 minute speech choir on I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King Jr.

Closure: 3-2-1
Give 3 concepts, 2 reflections and ask 1 question.

Self-Assessment: Expressive Skills Checklist
SCAFFOLD FOR TRANSFER
Level 1
DIRECT PROMPT
Level 2
OPEN PROMPT
Level 3
GUIDED TRANSFER
Level 4
INDEPENDENT
TRANSFER
The students will engage
in making an effective
speech choir through
watching a sample speech
video.
(insert more instructions)
Given the options, they will
choose themes and effective
speech choir with the theme
Rediscovering the Self.
The group has given the
chance to choreograph a
speech choir needed to
perform in a large crowd.
In celebration of World Youth
Day, the city government will
stage a program that pays
tribute in empowering the
youth of today. Your class has
been tapped to present a
choreographed speech choir.
You are tasked to organize
your class for a speech choir
with the theme,
Rediscovering the Self,
following the criteria: Focus,
Voice, Delivery, Facial
Expression, and Audience
Contact.



WEB 2.0
Stage and Learning
Goal (EFDT/AMT)
Web 2.0 Application and Its
URL
Activity No. Student Task
M/T http://encarta.msn.com Performance Task The students will browse
this website to gather
additional information
needed to produce an
effective speech choir.
T/M http://www.facebook.com IRF:
How do themes in
Anglo-American
poetry influence ones
perspective to
enhance the self?
What makes an
effective speech
choir?
What is the best way
to deliver a speech
choir?

The students will create
an FB account intended
for posting, commenting
and reflecting on the
speech choir performed.