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sentences and write the number of the definition that fits

the way reverse is used in each sentence.

OBJECTIVE :Decode meaning of unfamiliar


words using the dictionary.
1. Drill: Pronunciation Drill:
Please place the pleated pressed pants on the
plain pressing plank. (3x)
2. Review: Checking of assignment.

1. What is engraved on the reverse side of your watch?


_____
2. I can reverse my jacket so that the outside is red
instead of blue
3. Why do you always want the reverse of what I want?
_____
reverse (ri vurs) adj., n., v.

Think of a word that will be formed from the given


suffixes. Use these words in a meaningful sentence.
less
ness

ful

able

ly

7. Generalization:

3. Motivation:
What reference are we going to use if we want to know
the meaning of a certain word? (Dictionary)
4. Presentation:
Have the pupils open their own dictionary.
can you see in a dictionary

What

5. Discussion:
How are the words in the dictionary arranged?
What are the different information presented in a
dictionary?

What are the different information that


get from a dictionary?

A. Read the dictionary entry for the word reverse. It


gives three definitions for reverse. Then read the

we could

REMEMBER:

A dictionary contains alphabetical entries that tell how to pronounce the


entry word and what the word means. A dictionary entry is shown on the lefthand column in heavy black type. Pronunciation is shown in sound symbols
between slant lines after each entry word. The primary accent is shown by the
darker accent mark (). The secondary accent is shown by the lighter accent mark.
The word division or syllabication of an entry word is also given. The part or
parts of speech for an entry word are shown by abbreviations. A plural of noun
is shown if it does not form the plural regularly by adding s or es to the singular.
The past tense and ing verb forms are shown if the spelling of an entry word
changes before the ending are added and if the verb is irregular. The origin of an
entry word is shown in brackets at the end of the entry.

Discuss further. (You can be guided with the


information given in the generalization under
Remember.)
6. Fixing Skills:

1. the opposite or contrary


2. the back
3. to turn the other way; to turn

Example:

pennant /penent/ n. A flag, usually long and narrow,


used for signaling on ships; a school banner. [fr L
penne feather]

In looking for the meaning of a word in a dictionary,


remember to:

Use the guide words found on the top left hand or


the top right hand of the page;
Follow the alphabetical order of words; and
Read the first few pages that contain the directions
on how to use it.
8. Application:
Use the definition to answer questions 1 -3.
be*lu*ga (ba lyooga)
waters.

n. A small white whale of Arctic

ca*jo*ler*y (ka jo le re) n. Persuasion by flattery and


false words.
found*er (founder) n., v. 1. One who helps to establish
something. 2. To stumble
man*a*tee (man e te) n. A plant-eating sea creature of
the tropical Atlantic coast.
thread*bare (thredber) adj. 1. So worn and frayed that
the threads show. 2. Overused and commonplace or
stale.
1. In what way is a beluga and a manatee alike?
___________________________
2. Is a person who uses cajolery an honest person? Why
or why not?
3. Write the number of the meaning of the underlined
word in each sentence.
a. Emmas old shirt was almost threadbare. ____
a. The puppy foundered in the mud. ___
IV. EVALUATION:

A.

Direction: Arrange the following words


in alphabetical order.
personal
pencil
dream
birthday paper
production
decoration

accidental tired

B. Direction: Replace the underlined word (s) with


another of similar meaning and write its number on the
space provided.
_____1. Beavers are known to be industrious animals.
(1) fierce
(3) hardworking

(2) timid
(4) cunning

_____2. The children love the famous story of Robin Hood


and his merry men.
(1) fact
(3) novel

(2) legend
(4) theory

____3. I have no confidence in his promise.


(1) belief

(2) worth

(3) value

(4) faith

____4. Night blindness is caused by a deficiency in Vitamin


A.
(1) loss of

(2) waste in

(3) dose of

(4) lack of

____5. The floor looked new and glossy after we waxed it.
(1) smooth

(2) clean

(3) bright

(4) shiny

Answer: 1. (3)

2. (2)

4. (4)

3. (4)

(A neckerchief is used by boy scouts.

5. (4)

.. a sling if you have a broken arm

V. ASSIGNMENT:
TS.

.. signal flag

Read each set of guide words. Then write the


words from the box that would appear on a page
with those guide words. calico career
chilled circuit
Capture

cardboard

Chisel

Chores

Objective:

.. tie on the waist if you have stomachache


.. others (answer may vary)
Like a neckerchief, words also have many uses.

4. Presentation:

Have the pupils read the following sentences:

Decode meaning of unfamiliar


the dictionary:
1. words with multiple meaning of words.

words using

2. Drill: Pronunciation drill: Have the pupils recite the


following verses:
If a shipshape ship shop stocks
ships,

.. tie on the head if you have headache

Six shipshape shop-soiled

How many shipshape shop-soiled ships Would six shipshape


ship shops stock?
2. Review: What is a dictionary
3. Motivation:
What I am holding? (a neckerchief) What are the uses of
this?

1. a. It is hard to break the fairys spell.


b. The hard glass broke when it dropped on the
floor.
1. A. The boy hits the ball with a bat.
b. The bat is hanging on a branch of a tree.
5. Discussion:
What does hard in the first sentence mean? What
about in the second sentence?
What does bat mean in the 1st sentence? 2nd
sentence?
Have the pupils read another example:
A.
Cinderella lost her slipper at the ball.
B.
The center player shot the ball.

What are the two different meaning of the word ball in


the given sentences?
Discuss further.

2. Fixing Skills:
A.
Which meaning of the underlined
track: word is used in
each sentence?
1. A mark left by someone
B.
or something.
______ The car raced around the track.
2. A path.
3. A set of traits that trains
move on.

______ The railroad track cuts across the road.

A.

______ Is that a bear track in the dirt?

1.

dance:
1. To move the body in
_______ The dance started at seven oclock. time to music.
2. A party where people
_______ Denise likes to dance to fast music. move to music.

Direction: Read each sentence, and then select the right definition
for it.
Hand
assistance

A. part of the arm

B. keep

2.

1. When the terrorists attack, many people offered to


lend a hand.
2. Raise your hand if you want to say something.
3.
March A. step together in rhythm
month of the year

B. third

1. The band will march in the Araw ng Kalayaan


celebration.
2. My birthday is on March 15.
3.

GENERALIZATION:

Play the multiple-meaning card game. Given is a set


of meanings for a certain word. Guess and win the
game. Write your answer in the lucky card/blank
card.
..an open
space in the
city.

..a figure
with four
equal sides.

..to settle

..

..a large boat

..a hallow
container

..a tube that


carries
blood.

..

..the upper
body part of
the nose

..a card
game

..a structure
for crossing
a river.

..

Some words have multiple meanings; the meaning can be


identified through context.

4. Application:

4.

the

degree
of
highness
or lowness

to

____2. Stamp your foot twice


to

fix
firmly on
the
ground
a

bomb
placed under
the surface
of
the sea

deep
hole for
digging
out coal,

A
____1. The athlete hurt his foot.
_____2. This ruler is one foot long.

belonging
to me

5.

Answer Key:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

square
vessel
bridge
pitch
mine

____1. The leaves are falling.


____2. Mother leaves for work every morning.

B.

Read the sentences and write the letter o the illustration


that best explains the meaning of the italicized word in
each sentence.
____1. The boy puts a stamp on his letter.

___1. The newly promoted


general
delivered an
inspirational
talk to
the soldiers.
A

____1. Father will sign a letter.


____2. The artist is making a sign.

____2. He made some


general
observations regarding the
peace and order situation
in the country.

General

a. concerned with the main


points
rather than
the
details
b. something applicable to
an entire group
c. holding superior a rank

___3. The deer tail leads


toward the main channel
of the Mississippi River.
____4. The official made hi
request through channels.

channel
a. the bed of a stream or
river
b. any means of passage

____1. A diploma carries the seal of the school.

c. the proper or official


course for the
transmission of
communication

____2. The seal can do many tricks.

d. a long groove or furrow

IV. Evaluation:

e. a frequency band
assigned to a single
transmitting station

Read each sentence below and note the definition of each


underlined word. Decide which definition gives the meaning of
the words as it is used in the sentence. Write the letter of your
answer on the blank space on the left.

Assignment Read each sentence. Decide which meaning


applies to the underlined word. Write the letter of your answer
on the blank.
1. Lorenzo has a firm belief in God.
a. fixed in place

Sentences

Words and their Meaning

b. determined

c. a company
2. During the summer, children spend a lot of time wading
in the pool.

Changing statement into questions. (Using Do, does


and did)

a. a group
b. a game

1. Drill: Pronunciation drill:


Have the pupils read the following verse:

c. swim tank
3. Above the pointed church roof was a crucifix.
a. spiked

A good baker bakes good cookies.

b. showed

If a good baker bakes good cookies,

c. strong

How many good cookies

4. Tourists are entertained in the Fiesta Islands.


a. considered
b. interested
c. received as guests
5. By feeling, the faith healer knows where to apply the
necessary treatment.
a. condition of being aware

Can a good baker bake?


2. Review: Checking of assignment.
A. Change the following statement into question:
1. The explorers were attacked by hostile natives.
2. The pupil was punished fro his insolent behavior.
3. She is amiable.
4. A babys skin is smooth.
5. Those plans are hazy.
3. Motivation:
What does your family love to do?

b. sense of touch

Where do you usually do it?

c. emotion
1.

Presentation:
Have the pupils
the paragraph.
The read
Kitchen
and My Family
My family loves to eat and talk. In fact, we are
often in the kitchen together more than in any other
room in our home. In the kitchen, my sisters talk for
hours, my father gives advice to my kuya, and my
mother listens to my stories from school. As we talk,
we share hearty food as we exchange jokes or ghost
stories. Indeed, this makes us one happy family.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2. Discussion:
What does my family love to do?
What does my father do to kuya?
What does mother do?
Have the pupils read the following sentences:
(To be written on strips of cartolina)
A. 1. My family loves to eat and talk.
2. Does my family love to eat and talk?
B.1. My sisters talk for hours.
2. Do my sisters talk for hours?
C. 1. My father collected leaves and twigs from his nature trip.

2.

The priest gives us the sacrament of penance.


Our friends acknowledge the roaring cheers.
Letty fears those men.
We expressed our ideas in writing.
The postman handed over the letter to me.

GENERALIZATION:
How do we change statement into question?

If the statement uses the simple tense, as in the


example below, the question starts with do, does,
depending on the number of the subject.
Examples:
S:

Karl goes to the library every Tuesday.

Q:

Does Karl go to the library every Tuesday?

S:

Sherwin and Jazzer enjoy reading science fiction.

Q:

Do Sherwin and Jazzer enjoy reading science fiction?

If the statement uses the simple past tense, the


question starts with did.
Example:

2. Did my father collect leaves and twigs from his nature trip?

S:

The tsunami killed thousands of people.

What is the verb used in the first sentence? (loves)

Q:

Did tsunami kill thousands of people

What form of the verb is loves? (-s form of the verb)

3. Application: Divide the class into four groups. Have them


perform the tasks assigned to them.

How was it change into question? Please read.


Why did we use does? (The subject is singular and the s
form of the verb is used.)
Discuss further. Do the same questioning for sentences B &
C. (You may use the information given under REMEMBER.)
1. Fixing Skills:
Direction: Change the following statements into questions.

GROUP 1
Change the following statements into questions:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Margie wants to attend the general assembly.


GROUP 2:
Lilian scatters the seeds for the birds.
The cats stare scares me.
Transform the following statements into questions
John sings at a first class hotel.
1.
2.
3.
4.

We bought them from a handicraft store.


I brought the salad to the reunion.
We flew to Toronto from New York.
Last Wednesday, Mildred wore a Malong to the party.

1. A path leads from the clearing.


2. Collection and sale of corals destroy the habitat of
many sea animals.
3. The baby turtles hatched in the sand.
4. Mary accepted her role as Gods mother without
question.
5. My story beginning provokes interest.

GROUP 3:

Objectives:
Change
statements.

Transform the following statements into questions:


1.
2.
3.
4.

Mercy and Rosa dig for dirt in the empty lot.


Warm blooded animals produce milk to feed their young.
Willy sailed through the Pacific Ocean on a luxury liner.
Lilian saw the accident.

A good baker bakes good cookies


cookies,

Change the following statements into questions.

How many good cookies

Children hear the mass every morning.


Warm blooded animals produce milk to feed their young.

3. Some shops advertise their products in


newspaper to attract customers.
4.
They choose the best orator from among the thirty

1. The victim begged the robbers to spare his life.

IV. EVALUATION
A. GOLD: Change the following statements into questions.

Assignment : Change the following statements into


questions:

Can a good baker bake?

Change the following statements into question:

2.

You work in school.


Jillian works in a bank.
Prayers bring peace and contentment to the spirit.
We show our gratitude by our deeds.
You worked in a car park last year.

If a good baker bakes good

2. Review: Checking of assignment.

the

contestants.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

into

1. Drill: Pronunciation drill:


Have the pupils read the following verse:

GROUP 4:

1.
2.

questions

The explorers were attacked by hostile natives.


3. I showed my passport to the immigrant officer.
4. He wants to be an archaeologist someday.
5. The pupil was punished for his insolent behavior.
3. Motivation:
What does technology do to people now a day? How does it
help us especially the artists?

1.

Presentation:
Have the pupils read the paragraph.
Technology means the new tools that people develop to make their
jobs and lives easier. Artists use tools in their work. These tolls change
overtime. Writers, for example, started with quill pens, then fountain pens,
before moving on typewriters. Now, most writers use computers. The tolls
that painters use have also changed and in some cases improved.

4.

GENERALIZATION:
How do we change question into statement?

2. Discussion:
What are the tools used by the writers to write their stories?
What other tools are shown in the selection?

To change question into statement, invert the


position of the subject and the first word in the verb
phrase in the question.
Ex. Are the blue whales the largest animals in existence? (Q)
The blue whales are the largest animals in existence. (S)

Have the pupils read the following sentences:


A.

1. Do artists use tools in their work?


1. Artists use tools in their work.
B. 1. Does technology mean the new tools that people develop
to make their jobs and lives easier?
2. Technology means the new tools that people develop to
make their jobs and lives easier.
C.

If the question starts with do or does, the statement


uses the simple tense, as in the example below,
depending on the number of the subject.
Ex. (Q) Do butterflies love and enjoy sunshine as they alight
on flowers with wings erect?
S) Butterflies love and enjoy sunshine as they alight on
flowers with wings erect.

1.Did writers start with quill pens?


2. Writers started with quill pens.

Ex. (Q) Does the dainty butterfly seek and like unpleasant
odor, especially of decaying matter?

What are the interrogative/questions in the given sentences?

(S) The dainty butterfly seeks and likes unpleasant odor,


especially of decaying matter.

How is interrogative sentence A # 1 changed into declarative


sentence? (Do the same questioning for sentence B & C # 1)
Discuss
further.
generalization)

(use

the

information

given

in

3. Fixing Skills:
Direction: Change the following questions into statements.
1. Does father join tennis tournaments regularly?
2. Is winning a tournament exciting?
2. Did the boy tear a hole in his new jacket?
3. Did Nancy throw a cover over the animal cage and ran
out?
4. Do some guests prefer swimming?

If the question starts with did, the statement uses


the simple past tense.
Ex. (Q) Did the rain fall all day, creating big puddles of water
on the roads?
(S) The rain fell all day, creating big puddles of water on
the roads?
5. Application:
Divide the class into four groups. Have them perform the
GROUP 1:
tasks assigned to them.
Transform the following questions into statements.
1. Do many small creatures scamper among the three?
2. Did Ivy run across the wooded land?
3. Does a walrus move fast in water?
4. Is Belinda from Mindanao?

2.
3.
4.
5.
GROUP 2:
Transform the following questions into statement:
1. Should Allan see the doctor now?
2. Has Jazzer been hooked on anime programs lately?
3. Is Marlon leaving tonight for Canada.
4. Are they going to present their report on Monday?

GROUP 3:
Change the following questions into statements:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Did Chester practice with the choir this morning?


Do children hear the mass every morning?
Does Joyce write to her pen pal once a month?
Are Precious and Lei listening to their favorite music?
Does Laurence bike around the neighborhood?

GROUP IV:
Transform the following statements into questions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Do Mercy and Rosa dig for dirt in the empty lot?


Does everyone pitch in to help clean the lot?
Do warm blooded animals produce milk to feed their young.
Has the whale a hole for breathing on the top of its head.
Is the sperm whale the only giant among the toothed whales?

IV. EVALUATION
Change the following questions into statements:
1. Do you work in school?

Does Jillian work in a bank?


Is Betty absent?
Can he swim?
Did you work in a car park last year?
Assignment:
Change the following questions into statements:
1. Are crabs experts at disguise?

2. Do collection and sale of corals destroy the habitat


of many sea animals?
3. Did the baby turtles hatch in the sand?

4. Has human and industrial waste been dumped in the sea


for years?
5. Does my story beginning provoke interest?

____1. The boy puts


a stamp on his
letter.

____2. Stamp your


foot twice.
____1. The athlete
hurt his foot.

_____2. This ruler is


one foot long.
____1. The leaves
are falling.

____2. Mother
leaves for work
every morning.
____1. Father will
sign a letter.

____2. The artist is


making a sign.
____1.A
diploma
carries the seal of
the school.

____2. The seal can


do many tricks.

Group 5
Change to statements
1. Do you work in school?
2. Does Jillian work in a bank?
3. Is Betty absent?
4, Can he swim? Did you work in a
car park last year?

Group 5
Change into Questions
1. You work in school.
2. Jillian works in a bank.
3. Prayers bring peace and contentment to
the spirit.
4. We show our gratitude by our deeds.
5. You worked in a car park last year.

GROUP 3:
GROUP 1:
Transform the following questions into
statements.
5. Do many small creatures scamper
among the three?
6. Did Ivy run across the wooded land?
7. Does a walrus move fast in water?
8. Is Belinda from Mindanao?

GROUP 2:
Transform the following questions into
statement:
5. Should Allan see the doctor now?
6. Has Jazzer been hooked on anime
programs lately?
7. Is Marlon leaving tonight for Canada.
8. Are they going to present their report on
Monday?

Change the following questions into


statements:
6. Did Chester practice with the choir this
morning?
7. Do children hear the mass every morning?
8. Does Joyce write to her pen pal once a
month?
9. Are Precious and Lei listening to their
favorite music?
10. Does Laurence bike around the
GROUP IV:
Transform the following statements into
questions:
6. Do Mercy and Rosa dig for dirt in the empty
lot?
7. Does everyone pitch in to help clean the
lot?
8. Do warm blooded animals produce milk to
feed their young.
9. Has the whale a hole for breathing on the
top of its head.
10.
Is the sperm whale the only giant
among the toothed whales?

GROUP 1

GROUP 3:

Change the following statements into


questions:

Transform the following statements into


questions:

1. Margie wants to attend the general


assembly.
2. Lilian scatters the seeds for the birds.
3. The cats stare scares me.
4. John sings at a first class hotel.

1. Mercy and Rosa dig for dirt in the empty lot.


2. Warm blooded animals produce milk to feed
their young.
3. Willy sailed through the Pacific Ocean on a
luxury liner.
4. Lilian saw the accident.
GROUP
2: 4:
GROUP
Transform
thefollowing
followingstatements
statements
Change the
intointo
questions.
questions

1. Children hear the mass every morning.


Warm blooded
animals
produce milk
to feed their
1. We2.bought
them from
a handicraft
store.
young. the salad to the reunion.
2. I brought
Some shops advertise their products in the
3. We3.flew
to Toronto from New York.
newspaper to attract customers.
4. Last
Wednesday,
Mildred
worefrom
a among the
4. They
choose the
best orator
Malong
to the party.
thirty contestants.

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