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English

8:15-9:45

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Produce consonantbsounds listened to s, h, c, k and q.


Copy consonant letters.

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Consonant letters s, h, c, k,q


Copying consonant letters s, h, c, k, q
Ref.: PELC 1 Speaking p. 27
BEC Prototype pp. 6-7
Materials: pictures, cut-outs, flashcards, real objects, box, improvised fishing rod
Value: Listen attentively.

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Preliminary Activities
1 Pronunciation Drill
Reading letters of the alphabet
2 Review
Present pictures with consonant letters m,n,r,l. Pupils name the picture and produce the
beginning consonant sounds.
3 Motivation
What things can you see in our surroundings? Would you like to talk about them? I have
here pictures of some of them.

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Presentation
Present pictures to the class. Then say the name of the pictures clearly. Let the pupils
listen attentively as you name the things. Put each picture on the pocket chart.
star
house
cake kangaroo
snail
hat
can kangkong
sun
hammer
car
queen
sweater
horse
cart quail
Pupils name the pictures then tell the beginning letter of each word.(picture with /s/ only.
Tell the pupils that each word begins with a consonant.
Pupils copy the beginning consonant letter on the cardboard.
Teacher produces the sound of the letter.
Pupils repeat the sound correctly after the teacher, by the whole class, by groups, then by
individual pupils.
Do the same procedure with consonant letters h, c, k, q.
Show some more pictures. Call on individual pupils to name the picture and produce the
consonant sound.
Generalization
What is the sound of /s/?/c/?/h/?/k/?/q/?

Application
1 Guided Exercises
Let the pupils get one picture from the chart and identify the consonant sounds.
Call other pupils to copy the beginning consonant letter inside the box.

2 Independent Exercises
Fishing Game:
Catch fish in the box using the fishing rod. Each fish has a corresponding picture
name the picture and produce the beginning consonant sounds.
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Evaluation
Copy the beginning consonant letter then produce the sound. Write it on the blank.
1. knee

V.

Assignment
Cut-out pictures that begin with consonant letters s, h, c, k, q.

English

8:15-9:45

I.

Produces vowel sounds listened to.


Copy vowel letters.
Value: Listen Attentively

II.

Vowel Sounds Listened To


Copying Vowel Letters
Ref.: PELC 1 Speaking p.27
BEC Prototype pp. 3-4
Materials: pictures, charts, flashcards

III.

A.

Preliminary Activities
1 Pronunciation Drill
Reading letters of the alphabet through flashcards.
2 Motivation
Tell the pupils that they are going to study about the vowel sounds in our English alphabet.

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Presentation
Present pictures of objects/things.
Say the names of the picture as you put each picture in the pocket chart.
Let pupils listen carefully as you name the objects:
apple
orange
atis
okra
ax
oven
ink
umbrella
igloo
underwear
Let the pupils name the pictures, then ask them to give the beginning letter of each word. Tell
the pupils that each word begins with a vowel.
Let pupils write the beginning letter on their table by using their fingers, as they do this, introduce the sound of the vowel.
Pupils repeat the sound after their teacher; by the whole classs, by groups, then by individual.
Do the same procedure with vowels e,I,o,u.
Show some more pictures, all on individual pupils to name the picture and produce the sound
of the vowel.

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Generalization
What is the sound of /a/, /e/, /i/, /o/, /u/?

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Guided Exercises
Copy the vowel letter on the blank, then produce the sound:
1. owl
2. avocado

3. eggplant
4. under
5. insect
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Independent Exercises
Game: Pick a fruit from a tree. Name the picture at the back of the fruit then produce the
sound of the vowel.

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Evaluation
Ditribute one picture card to each pupil, let them name the picture and produce the sound of the
vowel.
Then copy the vowel inside the box.
Example:

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Assignment
Cut-out picture from magazines that begins with a vowel. Bring it to school, name the picture
and produce the vowel sound.

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