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Name of School:____________________________________________

English
Grade 8
A.Y.______________

Fourth Quarter
Content Standard
The learner demonstrates understanding of : South and West Asian literature as an expression of philosophical and religious beliefs; flow in various text types;
reality, fantasy, and opinion in listening and viewing materials; word decoding strategies; and use of information sources, active/passive construction,
direct/reported speech, perfect tenses, logical connectors in journalistic
writing..

Performance Standard
The learner transfers learning by composing a variety of journalistic texts, the contents of which may be used in composing and delivering a memorized oral
speech featuring use of properly acknowledged information sources, grammatical signs for opinion-making, persuasion, and emphasis, and appropriate
prosodic features, stance, and behavior

Time Frame Scope and Sequence


(Topic with Learning Competencies)
Week & Day Topic Learning Competencies
At the end of the class, the students CAN:
WEEK 1

Day 1 1.1.1 (L) Identify the distinguishing features found in religious


Features of text, epics myths, drama, and short stories contributed
Myth (kojiki) by South and west Asian writers
1.1.2 (V) Use various strategies in decoding meaning of the
word
1.1.3 List the distinguishing features of a myth
Day 2 1.2.1 (RC) Note explicit and implicit signals (like cohesive
Implicit and Explicit devices) used by the writer;
signals 1.2.2 List the explicit and implicit signals used by author found
in the text
Day 3 1.3.1 (WC) Distinguish among types of journalistic writings
(new report, opinion article, Feature article, and sport
Types of Journalistic news article);
Article 1.3.2 Compare and contrast
the different types of journalistic writing particularly
feature and sports news article
Day 4 1.4.1 (OL) Use the correct production of sounds of English
when delivering a manuscript or memorized in an
oration, in a declamation or in a dramatic monologue;
Declamation 1.4.2 Apply the proper
production of English sounds in delivering a
declamation
Day 5 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
WEEK 2

Day 1 Features of Short 2.1.1 (L) Identify the distinguishing features found in religious
stories (gigaku and text, epics myths, drama, and short stories contributed
Wedding Dance) by South and west Asian writers
2.1.2 (V) Use various strategies in decoding meaning of the
by: Amador Daguio word
2.1.3 Identify strategies in decoding the meaning of the words
Day 2 2.1.1 (RC) Interpret and follow instructions, directions, notices,
rules, and regulations
2.1.2 Infer the meaning of the presented directions, notices,
Rules, Instructions,
rules, and regulations
notices, etc
2.1.3 Apply simple instructions, directions, notices, rules, and
regulations in a given activity
Day 3 2.3 (OL) Use the correct production of sounds of English when
delivering a manuscript or memorized in an oration, in a
Dramatic Monologue
declamation or in a dramatic monologue
Day 4 2.4 Apply the proper
production of English sounds in delivering a dramatic
Dramatic Monologue
monologue
Day 5 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
WEEK 3
Literature;
Day 1 3.1 (LT) Appreciate literature as an expression of
Philosophical and
philosophical and religious ideals
religious ideals
Day 2 3.2.1 (RC) Use text type knowledge (narrative in literature,
instructions, explanation, factual, and personal recount,
persuasive, expository)to process informative in a text
Literature; 3.2.2 Explain the importance of philosophical and religious
Philosophical and ideals;
religious ideals 3.2.3 Apply the knowledge
about the different text types in processing information
in a text
Day 3 3.3.1 (WC) Compose journalistic text
Journalistic texts 3.3.2 Constructing a simple journalistic texts
Day 4 3.4.1 (GAS) Use direct and reported speech in journalistic
writing
18. journalistic
3.4.2 (GAS) Use past and past perfect tenses in journalistic
writing
writing
3.4.3 (GAS) Use appropriate modifiers
Day 5 3.5.1 (GAS) Use appropriate prosodic features of speech like
stress, pitch, juncture, volume, and projection,
intonation and speech rate
Prosodic features
3.5.2 Applying the appropriate pitch, stress, and juncture in
delivering lines
WEEK 4
Sensory images
Day 1 4.1.1 (LT) Explain how the elements specific to genre
(The Ones who Walk
contribute to the theme of a particular literary selection
Away from Omelas by
4.1.2 (LT) Express appreciation for sensory image used;
Ursula Le Guin)
4.1.3 (LT) Explain figurative language used
Day 2 4.2.1 (WC) Use primary and secondary sources to develop a
topic for journalistic writing
Journalistic writing:
4.2.2 (RC) Distinguish between general and specific statement
primary and secondary
4.2.3 (GAS) Use active and passive construction in journalistic
sources
writing
Day 3 4.3.1 WC) Use primary and secondary sources to develop a
topic for journalistic writing
Journalistic writing:
4.3.2 (RC) Distinguish between general and specific
primary and secondary
statement
sources
Day 4 4.4.1 (GAS) Use active and passive construction in
journalistic context;
Journalistic writing:
4.4.2 Compare and contrast general and specific statements;
primary and secondary
4.4.3 Apply active and passive constructions in journalistic
sources
writing
Day 5 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT