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JOSEPH SCHOOL
Gov. Camins Ave., Zamboanga City

Course Outline in ENGLISH 7

Subject ENGLISH School Year 2018-2019

Grade Level 7 Name of Teacher MARIEL M. DE LOS REYES

Time Allotment 50 minutes Contact Hours/Week 3 HRS. 20 MINS.

Subject Description

Grade Level Standard:The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understanding of Philippine literature and other
text types for a deeper appreciation of including Philippines culture and those of other countries.

FIRST QUARTER:

Content Standard:The learner demonstrates understanding of pre-colonial Philippine literature as a means of connecting to the past; various
reading styles; ways of determining word meaning; the sounds of English and the prosodic features of speech; and the correct
subject-verb agreement.

Performance Standard(s):The learner transfers learning by: showing appreciation for the literature of the past; comprehending texts using
appropriate reading styles; participating in conversations using appropriate context-dependent expressions; producing
English sounds correctly and using the prosodic features od speech effectively in various situations; and observing correct
Subject-verb agreement.
LEARNING OUTCOME
(Competency)
TIME FRAME LEARNING CONTENT (Success Indicator) REFERENCES
At the end of the lesson, the
by
learners can
WEEK 1
Day 1 Reading Techniques 1. (RC) Use appropriate 1.1 determining the https://www.thoughtco.com/reading-
reading styles (scanning, different reading styles; identifying-skill-requirement-1212012
skimming, speed reading, 1.2 describing the
intensive reading etc.) for different reading styles;
one’s purpose. and
1.3 reading materials
using the applicable
reading styles.

Day 2 Slang and Colloquial 2. (V) Distinguish between 2.1 defining slang and REX Essential English/Worktext in
Expressions slang and colloquial colloquial expressions; Literature and Language
expression in conversations. 2.2 citing examples of pp.9-10 and 25
slang and colloquial
expressions through
conversation; and
2.3 recognizing the
difference between slang
and colloquial expressions
in conversations.
3.1 Determining the
Day 3 Prosodic Features of 3. (LC) Recognize prosodic different prosodic
Speech features: volume, projection, features of speech; and
pitch, stress, intonation, REX Essential English/Worktext in
juncture, and speech rate that Literature and Language
serves as carriers of meaning. pp.11-14 and 68
3.2 describing each
Day 4 Prosodic Features of 3i.(LC) Recognize prosodic feature.
Speech features: volume, projection,
pitch, stress, intonation,
juncture, and speech rate that
serves as carriers of meaning.

SUMMATIVE TEST
WEEK 2 SUMMATIVE TEST
Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST 4. (LT) Discover literature as a SUMMATIVE TEST
means of connecting to 4.1 reciting some folk
Day 2 Folk Songs --- Oldest significant past. songs; REX Essential English/Worktext in
Crazes 4.2 formulating questions Literature and Language
about the songs; and pp.19-22
4.3 discussing how folk
songs as literature
connect to our significant
past.

5. (WC) Differentiate literary


writing from academic 5.1 Determining literary
Day 3 Literary and Academic writing. and academic writing;
Writing 5.2 describing literary and
academic writing; and

5i. (WC) Differentiate literary 5.3 contrasting literary


writing from academic and academic writing.
Day 4 Literary and Academic writing.
Writing

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Week 3
Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST 6. (RC) Read intensively to find 6.1 Determining the ways SUMMATIVE TEST
answers to specific questions. in intensive reading; and
Day 2 Intensive Reading 6.2 using these ways to
find answers to specific
questions.
7. (VC) Give the meaning of
given signs and symbols (road 7.1 Determining different
signs, prohibited signs, etc.) signs and symbols; and
Day 3 Signs and Symbols 7.2discussing the meaning
different signs and
8. (VC) Use appropriate symbols.
idiomatic expressions in a
variety of basic interpersonal 8.1 defining idiomatic
communicative situation. expressions;
Day 4 Idioms 8.3 listing different idioms REX Essential English/Worktext in
with their meaning; and Literature and Language
8.3 conversing with pp.48-49
classmates using the
different idiomatic
expressions.
SUMMATIVE TEST
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9. (VC) Identify the genre of a
material viewed (such as 9.1 Defining genre;
Week 4 SUMMATIVE TEST movie clip, trailer, news flash, 9.2 determine the
Day 1 internet-based program, different genres; and
Genres documentary, and video). 9.3 watching materials to
Day 2 distinguish their genres. SUMMATIVE TEST
9i. (VC) Identify the genre of a
material viewed (such as 9.3 watching materials to
movie clip, trailer, news flash, distinguish their genres.
internet-based program,
Genres documentary, and video).
Day 3
10. (RC) Observe the correct
pitch levels (high, medium, 10.1 Determining the
low) when reading lines of different pitch levels; and
poetry, sample sentences and 10.2 reading materials
Pitch Levels in Reading paragraphs. using the correct pitch
Day 4 levels.

SUMMATIVE TEST
11. (V) Select an appropriate SUMMATIVE TEST
colloquial or idiomatic words
Week 5 SUMMATIVE TEST or expressions as a substitute 11.1 Determining
Day 1 for another word or colloquial and idiomatic
Using Colloquial and expression. words or expressions;
Day 2 Idiomatic Expressions 11.2 writing sentences SUMMATIVE TEST
as Substitutes for using colloquial words and
Another Expressions expressions; and
11.3 using appropriate
colloquial words or
expressions as a
substitute for another
word or expression.

Day 3 Features and Kinds of 12. (WC) Identify basic 12.1 Determining the
Paragraph features and kinds of basic features and kinds of
paragraphs. paragraph; and

Day 4 Features and Kinds of 12.2 writing sentences


Paragraph 12i. (WC) Identify basic using the basic features
features and kinds of and kinds of paragraph.
paragraphs.
Week 6
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Day 2 Organizing SUMMATIVE TEST 13.1 Watching


Information documentary; and
13. (VC) Organize information 13.2 listing down
from the materials viewed. information from the
documentary accordingly.

Day 3 14.1 Determining the


Parts of a Simple different parts of
Paragraph 14. (WC) Recognize the parts paragraph; and
of a simple paragraph. 15. describing the parts of
a simple paragraph.

Day 4 15.1 Identifying the


Tone, Mood, different tone, mood
Technique, and 15. (LT) Determine the tone, technique, and purpose of
Purpose of the Author mood, technique, and a literary work; and
purpose of the author. 15.2describing the tone,
mood technique, and
purpose of the author.

Week 7
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Day 2 SUMMATIVE TEST 16.1 Determining the
Steps in Writing a steps in writing
Paragraph 16. (WC) Sequence steps in paragraph; and
writing paragraph.
Day 3
Steps in Writing a 16.2 writing a paragraph
Paragraph 16i. (WC) Sequence steps in using the correct
writing paragraph. sequencing steps.
Day 4 SUMMATIVE TEST
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Week 8
Day 1 Using Colloquial and 17.1 Recalling colloquial
Idiomatic Expressions 17. (VC) Explain the and idiomatic expressions;
in Oral predominance of colloquial 17.2 using colloquial and
Communication and idiomatic expressions in idiomatic expressions in
oral communications. oral communication; and
17.3 discussing the
predominance of
colloquial and idiomatic
expressions in oral
communication.
Day 2
Subject-Verb 18. (G) Observe correct 18.1 Determining the
Agreement subject verb agreement. rules in subject-verb
Day 3 agreement; and

18i. (G) Observe correct 18.2 constructing


Subject-Verb subject verb agreement. sentences using the
Day 4 Agreement correct subject-verb SUMMATIVE TEST
agreement.
SUMMATIVE TEST
Week 9 SUMMATIVE TEST Culminating Performance Task
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Culminating Performance Task
Culminating Performance
Culminating Task
Performance Task

Create a literary piece using the


Performance correct subject-verb agreement and
Task deliver it in the class.
Create a literary piece using
the correct subject-verb Create a literary piece
Create a literary piece agreement and deliver it in the using the correct subject-
using the correct class. verb agreement and
subject-verb agreement deliver it in the class.
and deliver it in the
class.
SECOND QUARTER

Content Area Standard:The learner demonstrates understanding of:Philippine literature during the period of apprenticeship as a means of
examining conflicts; various purposeful listening and viewing strategies; difference between literal and figurative
language; ways to extract and condense information based on library sources; verbal and non-verbal cues in oral
communication; and types of phrases, clauses, and sentences.

Performance Standard(s):The learnertransfers learning by: resolving conflicts presented in literary selections; using tools and mechanisms in
locating library resources; extracting information and noting details from texts to write a précis, summary or distinguish
between and using literal and figurative language and verbal and non-verbal cues; use phrases,
clauses and sentences meaningfully and appropriately.

LEARNING OUTCOME
(Competency)
TIME FRAME LEARNING CONTENT (Success Indicator) REFERENCES
At the end of the lesson, the
By
learners can
WEEK 1
Day 1 Mechanisms and Tools 1. (RC) Use appropriate 1.1 Determining the
Used for Locating mechanisms/tools in library for different
Resources in the Library locating resources. mechanisms/tools for
locating resources in
library;
1.2 discussing the different
mechanisms/tools for
locating resources in
library; and
Day 2 Mechanisms and Tools 1. (RC) Use appropriate
Used for Locating mechanisms/tools in library for 1.3 making use of these
Resources in the Library locating resources. mechanisms/tools by
going to the library.

Day 3 Listening Strategies 2. (LC) Use listening strategies 2.1 Determining the different
based on purpose, familiarity of listening strategies; and
the topic and levels of difficulty of 2.2 listening to a short text
short text listened to. and employ the different
listening strategies based on
purpose and familiarity of
the topic and levels of
difficulty.

3.1 Determining literal and


Day 4 Literal and Figurative 3. (V)Discriminate between literal figurative language;
Language and figurative language. 3.2 discussing the different
literal and figurative
languages; and

Week 2 3.2 contrasting between


Day 1 Literal and Figurative 3i. (V) Discriminate between literal and figurative
Language literal and figurative language. language.

Day 2 SUMMATIVE TEST


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4.1 identifyingthe
Day 3 Recognizing Main/Key 4. (LC) Recognize main/key ideas. process/steps in getting
Ideas main/key ideas;
4.2 describingthe process in
getting main/key ideas; and
2.3 decoding main/key ideas.

4.1 Determining how to note


details, sequences and
Day 4 Note-taking 5. Note details, sequences and relationships of ideas and
relationships of ideas and events. events; and
4.3 listingdetails, sequences
and relationships of given
ideas and events.

WEEK 3
Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST

Figures of Speech that 4. (V) Identify figures of speech 4.1 Determining the figures
Day 2 Show Comparison that show comparison (simile, of speech that show
metaphor, personification). comparison;

Figures of Speech that 4i. (V) Identify figures of speech 4.2describing the different
Day 3 Show Comparison that show comparison (simile, figures of speech that show
metaphor, personification). comparison; and
4.3 classifying the different
figures of speech that show
comparison.

Day 4 5. (LC) Note specific 5.1 Determining the steps in


details/elements of the text note-taking; and
listened to. 5.2 listing down details from
the text listened to.
Week 4
Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST

Day 2 Getting Information 6. (RC) Get information from 6.1 Determining the
from Different Parts of a different parts of the book and steps/process in getting
Book from general reference in the information from the
library. different parts of the book
and from general reference
in the library; and
6.2 listing down information
from different parts of the
book and from general
reference in the library.

Day 3 Chronological Narration 7. (VC) Narrate events 7.1 Determining the


of Events chronologically/arrange ideas. process/steps in narrating
events chronologically; and

Day 4 Chronological Narration 7i. (VC) Narrate events 7.2 watching a video clip and
of Events chronologically/arrange ideas. discuss the events
chronologically.

WEEK 5 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST


Day1
Getting Supporting 8. (WC) Identify supporting ideas. 8.1 Determining the
Day 2 Ideas steps/process in getting
supporting ideas; and
8.2 listing down the
supporting ideas in a given
selection.

Day 3 Figures of Speech that 9. (V) Identify figures of speech 9.1 Determining figures of
Show Contrast that show contrast (irony, speech that show contrast;
oxymoron, paradox) 9.2 describing the figures of
speech that show contrast;
and

Day 4 Figures of Speech that 9i. (V) Identify figures of speech 9.3 classifying the figures of
Show Contrast that show contrast (irony, speech that show contrast;
oxymoron, paradox) 8.2 describing the figures of
speech that show contrast.

Week 6 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST


Day 1
Phrases, Clauses, and 10. (G) Use phrases, clauses, and 10.1. Definingphrases,
Day 2 Sentences sentences appropriately and clauses, and sentences;
meaningfully. 10.2 reading a literary
selection and identify
phrases, clauses, and
sentences; and

Day 3 Phrases, Clauses, and 10i. (G) Use phrases, clauses, and 10.3 constructing phrases,
Sentences sentences appropriately and clauses, and sentences
meaningfully. appropriately and
meaningfully.

11.1 Determining how to get


Day 4 Conflicts in Stories 11. (LT) Discover the conflicts the conflicts in any literary
presented in literary selections selection;
and the need to resolve those 11.2 finding the conflicts
conflicts in non-violent ways. presented in the literary
selection and look for non-
violent resolutions.

WEEK 7
Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST

12.1 Determining the


steps/process in simplifying
Day 2 Simplifying Ideas 12. (WC) Simplify ideas. ideas;
12.2 discussing the
steps/process in simplifying
ideas; and

12.3 reading a selection and


summarize the ideas.
Day 3 Simplifying Ideas 12i. (WC) Simplify ideas.

Day 4 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST


Week 8 CULMINATING CULMINATING PERFORMANCE CULMINATING CULMINATING
PERFORMANCE TASK TASK PERFORMANCE TASK PERFORMANCE TASK

Go to the library and Go to the library and choose a Go to the library and choose a Go to the library and choose a
choose a literary selection literary selection using the tools literary selection using the literary selection using the
using the tools and and mechanisms in locating library tools and mechanisms in tools and mechanisms in
mechanisms in locating resources then extract information locating library resources locating library resources
library resources then and note important details from then extract information and then extract information and
Performance extract information and the selection. Summarize or note important details from note important details from
Task note important details paraphrase the selection by using the selection. Summarize or the selection. Summarize or
from the selection. phrases, clauses and sentences paraphrase the selection by paraphrase the selection by
Summarize or paraphrase appropriately and distinguish using phrases, clauses and using phrases, clauses and
the selection by using between literal and figurative sentences appropriately and sentences appropriately and
phrases, clauses and language. distinguish between literal distinguish between literal
sentences appropriately and figurative language. and figurative language.
and distinguish between
literal and figurative
language.
THIRD QUARTER

Content Area Standard:The learner demonstrates understanding of: Philippine literature in the Period of Emergence as a tool to assert one’s
identity; strategies in listening to and viewing of informative and short narrative texts; word relationships and
associations; information speech forms; and use of direct/reported speech, passive, active voice, simple past and past
perfect tenses, and sentence connectors.
Performance Standard(s):The learner transfers learning by: showing ways of asserting one’s identity; comprehending information and short
narrative texts using schema and appropriate listening and viewing strategies; expressing ideas, opinions, and feelings
through various formats; and enriching written and spoken communication using direct/reported speech, active/passive
voice, simple and past perfect tenses and connectors correctly and appropriately.

TIME FRAME LEARNING CONTENT LEARNING OUTCOME REFERENCES


(Competency)
(Success Indicator)
At the end of the lesson, the
By
learners can
WEEK 1
Day 1 Schema 1. (RC) Use one’s schema to 1.1Defining schema;
better understand a text. 1.2 determining how to use
one’s schema; and
1.3 read and understand a
text using one’s schema.

Day 2 Word Clines 2. (V) Categorize words or 2..1 Defining word clines;
expressions according to shades 2.2 determining shades of
of meaning. meaning using word clines;
and
2.3 arranging words and
expressions according to
shades of meaning through
word clines.

Day 3 Features of Narrative 3. (WC) Identify features of 3.1 Defining narrative


Writing narrative writing. writing;
3.2 determining the different
features of narrative writing;
and
3.2 describing the features of
narrative writing.

Day 4 Composing Narrative 4. (WC) Compose a simple 4.1 Recalling the features of
Texts narrative text. narrative writing; and
4.2 writing a simple narrative
text.

Week 2
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Day 2 Recognizing Points and 5. (LC) Recognize main points and 5.1 Determining the
Supporting Ideas supporting ideas in the text steps/process in recognizing
listened to. main points and supporting
ideas; and
5.2 listing down the main
points and supporting ideas
in the text listened to.

Day 3 Recognizing Points and 6. (WC) Compose a personal and 6.1 Defining personal and
Supporting Ideas factual recounts. factual recounts.
6.2 describing personal and
factual recount; and

Day 4 Composing Personal and 6i. (WC) Compose a personal and 6.3 making a personal and
Factual Recounts factual recounts. factual recounts.

Week 3
Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST

Day 2 Active and Passive Voice 7. (G) Use the passive and active 7.1 Defining active and
voice meaningfully in various passive voice;
contexts. 9.2 describing active and
passive voice; and
9.3 constructing sentences
with active and passive
voice.

Day 3 Journal Entries 8. (WC) Compose a series of 8.1 Determining a journal


journal entries. entry;
8.2 discussing journal
entries; and

Day 4 Journal Entries 8i. (WC) Compose a series of 8.3 writing a series of journal
journal entries. entries.

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Day 1
Direct and Reported 9. (G) Use direct and reported 9.1 Defining direct and
Day 2 Speech speech meaningfully in various reported speech;
context. 9.2 describe direct and
reported speech; and
9.3 writing direct and
reported speech
meaningfully in different
contexts.

Day 3 Hyponyms 10. (V) Determine words or 10.1 Defining hyponyms;


expressions with genus-specific 10.2 describing hyponymous
(hyponymous) relative in a words or expressions; and
selection. 10.3 identifying hyponymous
words or selection.

Day 4 Anecdotes 11. (WC) Compose an anecdote 11.1 Defining anecdote;


based on a significant learning 11.2 determining how to
experience. compose an anecdote; and
11.3 making an anecdote
based on a significant
learning experience.

Week 5
CULMINATING CULMINATING
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PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE TASK TASK
TASK

Performance
Task
.
FOURTH QUARTER

Content Area Standard:The learner demonstrates understanding of: contemporary Philippine literature as a means of responding to the demands
of the global village; various extended text types; lexical and contextual clues; appropriate and polite oral language,
stance, and behavior; and use of imperatives, prepositions, verbs, and wh-questions.

Performance Standard(s):The learner transfers learning by: explaining the need to be cooperative and responsible in today’s global village;
using appropriate strategies to comprehend extended text types; using lexical and contextual clues to understand
unfamiliar words and expressions; using imperatives, prepositions and appropriate and polite oral language, stance,
and behavior in various information-sharing formats..

LEARNING OUTCOME
(Competency)
TIME FRAME LEARNING CONTENT (Success Indicator) REFERENCES
At the end of the lesson, the
By
learners can
WEEK 1
Day 1 Types of Texts 1. (RC) Classify text types 1.1Determining the different
(narrative, expository, types of text types;
explanation, recount, persuasive). 1.2 defining each types of
text type; and
1.3 distinguishing text types
according to their kind.
2. (LC) Determine the purpose of
Day 2 Verbal and Non-verbal speakers by focusing on their 2.1 Identifying verbal and
Cues verbal and non-verbal cues. non-verbal cues;
2.2 describing verbal and
non-verbal cues; and
2.3 finding the purpose of
the speakers by focusing on
their verbal and non-verbal
cues.
3. (WC) Identify features of
Day 3 Features of Personal personal essays. 3.1 Determining the
Essays different features of
personal essays; and
3.2 describing the features of
personal essays.
4. (WC) Compose a simple
Day 4 Reading Strategies informative text. 4.1 Defining informative text;
4.2 describe informative
text; and
4.3constructing a simple
informative text.

Week 2 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST


Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST
5. (RC) Make generalizations from 5.1 Determining the
Day 2 Making Generalizations different text types. steps/process in making
generalizations; and
5.2 create generalizations
from different text types.

6. (V) Use lexical and contextual 6.1 Determining lexical and


Day 3 Lexical and Contextual cues in understanding unfamiliar contextual cues;
Cues words and expressions. 6.2 describing lexical and
contextual cues; and
6.3 making use of the lexical
and contextual cues in
understanding words and
expressions.

7. (RC) Give and follow 7.1. Determining the


Day 4 Giving and Following instructions and directions. steps/process in following
Instructions and and giving instructions and
Directions directions; and
7.2 presenting instructions
and directions.
Week 3 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST
Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST
8. (V) Analyze relationships 8.1 Defining analogy;
Day 2 Analogy presented in analogies. 8.2 describe analogy; and

8i. (V) Analyze relationships 8.3 studying the


Day 3 Analogy presented in analogies. relationships presented in
analogies.
9. (WC) Organize information
Day 4 Graphic Organizers about a chosen subject using a 9.1 Determining graphic
graphic organizer. organizer;
9.2 collecting information
about a chosen subject; and
9.3 arranging information
about a chosen subject using
a graphic organizer.

Week 4 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST


Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST

Day 2 10. (LC) Sequence a series of 10.1 Determining the


Sequencing Series of events mentioned in the text steps/process in sequencing
Events listened to. events; and
10.2 arranging series of
events mentioned in a text
listened to.

Day 3 11. (G) Use verbs when giving 11.1 Defining verb;
Verb information and making 11.2 determining the
explanations. different types of verb;
11.3 describing each types of
verb; and

Day 4 11i. (G) Use verbs when giving 11.4 giving information and
Verb information and making instructions employing the
explanations. different types of verb.

Week 5 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST


Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST
12. (WC) Compose a capsule 12.1 Determining biography;
Day 2 Composing Biography biography of a person 12.2 describing biography;
interviewed;

12i. (WC) Compose a capsule 12.2 interviewing an


Day 3 Composing Biography biography of a person important person in one’s
interviewed. life;
12.3 making a capsule
biography of that person.

13. (F) Use correct and 13.1 Choosing an


Day 4 appropriate multi-media appropriate multi-media
resources when orally giving resource for orally
information, introduction, introducing or explaining the
making explanation, and biography done; and
narrating events in personal or 13.2 introducing, giving
factual recounts. information or explain the
biography done using the
chosen multi-media
resource.

Week 6 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST


Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST
14. (V) Give various meanings of 14.1 Recalling homonyms;
Day 2 Polysemy identified homonymous and 14.2 defining polysemy;
polysemous words or 14.3 select some
expressions. homonymous and
polysemous words or
expressions; and
14.4 defining the selected
homonymous and
polysemous words or
expressions with various
meanings.

15. (G) Formulate meaningful 15.1 Determining the steps/


Day 3 Formulating Meaningful expressions. process in formulating
Expressions meaningful expressions; and
15.2 making meaningful
expressions.

16. (G) Formulate who, what, 16.1 Determining the steps


Day 4 Formulating WH- when, where, why, and how in formulating wh-questions;
Questions questions. and
16.2 making wh-questions.

Week 7 SUMMATIVE TEST . SUMMATIVE TEST


Day 1 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST
17. (RC) Cite evidence for 17.1 Determining the steps
Day 2 Citing Evidence for supporting statements. in citing evidence for
Supporting Statements supporting statements; and
17.2 mentioning evidences
for supporting statements on
the material read.

18. (WC) Compose a biographical 18.1 Determining


Day 3 Biographical Sketch sketch based on a personal biographical sketching;
interview and background 18.2 Recalling the
research. information about the
person interviewed recently;
and
18.3 making a biographical
sketch based on the personal
interview and background
research done.

19. (V) Create or expand word 19.1. Recalling word clines;


clines. and
Day 4 19.2 making own words
clines using different shades
of meaning.

SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST


Week 8 SUMMATIVE TEST SUMMATIVE TEST
Day 1
CULMINATING CULMINATING
CULMINATING PERFORMANCETASK PERFORMANCE TASK CULMINATING
Day2-4 PERFORMANCE TASK PERFORMANCE TASK

3-minute Extemporaneous Speech 3-minute Extemporaneous


3-minute about the question: “Why is there Speech about the question: 3-minute Extemporaneous
Performance Extemporaneous Speech a need to be cooperative and “Why is there a need to be Speech about the question:
Task about the question: “Why responsible in today’s global cooperative and responsible “Why is there a need to be
is there a need to be village? in today’s global village? cooperative and responsible
cooperative and in today’s global village?
responsible in today’s
global village?
.