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GRADE 9

FIRST QUARTER

The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of literature and other texts
PROGRAM STANDARD
types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understandingof British-AmericanLiterature,
GRADE LEVEL
including Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of
STANDARD
other countries.
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
CONTENT STANDARD
formation strategies, appropriate word order, punctuation marks and interjections to enable him/her to
participate actively in a speech choir.
The learner actively participates in a speech choir through using effective verbal and non-verbal strategies based
PERFORMANCE
on the following criteria: Focus, Voice, Delivery, Facial Expressions, Body Movements/ Gestures and Audience
STANDARD
Contact.

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RC LC VC V WC G
LT Oral Language
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Grammar
Literature and
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Awareness
Fluency
EN9RC-Ia- EN9LC-Ia- EN9VC-Ia- EN9V-Ia- EN8LT-Ia- ENWC-Ia-8: EN9OL-Ia- EN9G-Ia-17:Use
16:Share prior 8:Process 3.8:Infer 1:Provide 14:Analyze Distinguish 1.15:Use the normal and
knowledge about information thoughts, words or literature as a between and appropriate inverted word
a text topic mentioned in the feelings, and expressions means of among segmentals order in creative
text listened to intentions in the appropriate for discovering informative, (sounds of writing
EN9LC-Ia- material viewed a given the self journalistic, and English) and the EN9G-Ia-
3.6:Perform a situation EN8LT-Ia- literary writing. suprasegmental 1.6/1.7:Use
task by following 14.1: Identify s or prosodic appropriate
instructions the features of punctuation
1
distinguishing speech when marks and
features of delivering lines capitalization to
notable of poetry and convey meaning
Anglo- prose in a EN9G-Ia-18:Use
American lyric speech choir, interjections to
poetry, songs, jazz chants and convey meaning
poems, raps.
sermons, and
allegories
EN9RC-Ib- EN9LC-Ib- EN9VC-Ib- EN9V-Ib- EN8LT-Ib- ENWC-Ib- EN9OL-Ib- EN9G-Ib-17:Use
2
16:Share prior 6.2:Infer 3.8:Infer 1:Provide 14:Analyze 8:Distinguish 1.15:Use the normal and
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RC LC VC V WC G
LT Oral Language
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Grammar
Literature and
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Awareness
Fluency
knowledge about thoughts, feelings thoughts, words or literature as a between and appropriate inverted word
a text topic and intentions of feelings, and expressions means of among segmentals order in creative
the speaker intentions in the appropriate for discovering informative, (sounds of writing
material viewed a given the self journalistic, and English) and the EN9G-Ib-
situation EN8LT-Ib- literary writing suprasegmental 1.6/1.7: Use
14.2:Explain s or prosodic appropriate
how the features of punctuation
elements speech when marks and
specific to a delivering lines capitalization to
selection build of poetry and convey meaning
its theme prose in a EN9G-Ib-18:Use
speech choir, interjections to
jazz chants and convey meaning
raps
EN9F-Ib-
3.1:Produce the
correct beat
and rhythm in
delivering jazz
chants and raps
EN9RC-Ic- EN9LC-Ic- EN9VC-Ic- EN9V-Ic- EN8LT-Ic- ENWC-Ic- EN9OL-Ic- EN9G-Ic-17:Use
13.2:Take note 3.12:Paraphrase 3.8:Infer 15:Explain 14:Analyze 8:Distinguish 1.15: Use the normal and
of sequence the text listened thoughts, how words are literature as a between and appropriate inverted word
signals or to feelings, and derived from means of among segmentals order in creative
connectors to intentions in the names of enhancing the informative, (sounds of writing
determine material viewed persons and self journalistic, and English) and the EN9G-Ic-
patterns of idea places EN8LT-Ic- literary writing suprasegmental 1.6/1.7:Use
developmentgiven 2.2:Explain s or prosodic appropriate
in a text how the features of punctuation
3 elements speech when marks and
specific to a delivering lines capitalization to
genre of poetry and convey meaning
contribute to prose in a EN9G-Ic-18:
the theme of speech choir, Use interjections
a particular jazz chants and to convey
literary raps meaning.
selection EN9F-Ic-
3.1:Produce the
correct beat
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LT Oral Language
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Grammar
Literature and
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Awareness
Fluency
and rhythm in
delivering jazz
chants and raps
EN9RC-Id- EN9LC-Id- EN9VC-Id- EN9V-Id- EN8LT-Id- ENWC-Id-8.1: EN9OL-Id- EN9G-Id-17:Use
13.2:Scan 8.4:Agree or 21:Summarize 15:Explain 14: Analyze Examine sample 1.14:Use the normal and
sequence signals disagree with the the contents of how words are literature as a texts correct pitch, inverted word
or connectors to ideas of the the material derived from means of representative juncture, stress, order in creative
determine speaker viewed names of discovering of each type. intonation, rate writing
patterns of idea EN9LC-Id- persons and the self of speech, EN9G-Id-
development 8.5:Accept or places EN8LT-Id- volume and 1.6/1.7:Use
reject ideas 2.2.1:Express projection when appropriate
4
mentioned appreciation delivering lines punctuation
for sensory of poetry and marks and
images used prose in capitalization to
dramatic and convey meaning
conventional EN9G-Id-18:
speech choirs Use interjections
to convey
meaning.
EN9SS-Ie- EN9LC-Ie- EN9VC-Ie- EN9V-Ie- EN8LT-Ie- ENWC-Ie- EN9OL-Ie- EN9G-Ie-17:Use
1.5.1: Skim to 8.6:Make 21:Summarize 11:Arrive at 14:Analyze 9:Compose 1.14: Use the normal and
determine key decisions based the contents of meaning of literature as a forms of literary correct pitch, inverted word
ideas and author’s on what is the material words through means of writing juncture, stress, order in creative
purpose listened to viewed word formation discovering intonation, rate writing
(clipping, the self of speech, EN9G-Ie-
blending, EN8LT-Ie- volume and 1.6/1.7:Use
acronymy, 2.2.2:Explain projection when appropriate
5 compounding, the literary delivering lines punctuation
folk etymology, devices used of poetry and marks and
etc.) prose in capitalization to
dramatic and convey meaning
conventional EN9G-Ie-18:Use
speech choirs interjections to
convey meaning

EN9SS-If-1.5.1: EN9LC-If- EN9VC-If- EN9V-If-11: EN8LT-If- ENWC-If-9.1: EN9OL-If- EN9G-If-17:Use


6 Skim to 8.2:Judge the 19:Assess the Arrive at 14:Analyze Identify types 2.6.2:Use the normal and
determine key relevance and relevance and meaning of literature as a appropriate inverted word
F
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LT Oral Language
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Grammar
Literature and
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Awareness
Fluency
ideas and author’s worth of ideas worth of ideas words through means of and features of gestures (hand, order in creative
purpose. presented presented in the word formation discovering poetry. face, and body) writing
material viewed (clipping, the self EN9G-If-
blending, EN8LT-If- 1.6/1.7:Use
acronymy, 2.2.3: appropriate
compounding, Determine punctuation
folk etymology, tone, mood, marks and
etc.) technique, capitalization to
and purpose convey meaning
of the author. EN9G-If-18: Use
interjections to
convey meaning
EN9RC-Ig- EN9LC-Ig- EN9VC-Ig- EN9V-Ig- EN8LT-Ig- ENWC-Ig-9.1: EN9OL-Ig- EN9G-Ig-17:Use
17:Make a 8.7:Draw 19:Assess the 12.3: Note 14:Analyze Identify types 2.6.2:Use the normal and
connection generalizations relevance and types of literature as a and features of appropriate inverted word
between the and conclusions worth of ideas context clue means of poetry. gestures (hand, order in creative
present text and from the material presented in the (restatement, discovering face, and body) writing
previously read listened to material viewed definition, the self EN9G-Ig-
texts synonyms, EN8LT-Ig- 1.6/1.7: Use
antonyms) 2.2.3:Determi appropriate
used for a ne tone, punctuation
7
given word or mood, marks and
expression. technique, capitalization to
and purpose convey
of the author meaning.
EN9G-I-0-
18:Use
interjections to
convey meaning

EN9RC-Ih- EN9LC-Ih- EN9VC-Ih- EN9V-Ih- EN8LT-Ih- ENWC-Ih- EN9F-Ih-3.14: EN9G-Ih-17:Use


17:Make a 8.8:Compare and 1.5/2.5:Draw 12.3:Note 14:Analyze 3.6:Use literary Use the normal and
connection contrast generalizations types of literature as a devices and appropriate and inverted word
between the information and conclusions context clue means of techniques to effective speech order in creative
8 present text and listened to from the (restatement, discovering craft poetic conventions writing
previously read material viewed definition, the self forms. expected of EN9G-Ih-
texts synonyms, EN8LT-Ih- speech choir 1.6/1.7: Use
antonyms) 2.3:Draw presentations. appropriate
used for a similarities punctuation
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LT Oral Language
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Grammar
Literature and
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Awareness
Fluency
given word or and marks and
expression differences of capitalization to
the featured convey
selections in meaning.
relation to the EN9G-Ih-18:Use
theme interjections to
convey meaning

EN9RC-Ii- EN9LC-Ii- EN9VC-Ii- EN9V-Ii- EN8LT-Ii- ENWC-Ii-3.6: EN9F-Ii- EN9G-Ii-17: Use


18:Identify 3.14:Summarize 1.5/2.5:Draw 12.3:Note 14:Analyze Use literary 3.14:Use the normal and
advance information from generalizations types of literature as a devices and appropriate and inverted word
organizers, titles, the text listened and conclusions context clue means of techniques to effective speech order in creative
sub-titles, to from the (restatement, discovering craft poetic conventions writing
illustrations, etc. material viewed definition, the self forms expected of EN9G-Ii-
given in a text synonyms, EN8LT-Ii- speech choir 1.6/1.7:Use
antonyms) 3:Explain how presentations appropriate
9 used for a a selection punctuation
given word or may be marks and
expression influenced by capitalization to
culture, convey meaning
history, EN9G-Ii-18:Use
environment, interjections to
or other convey meaning
factors

10 Culminating Task
SECOND QUARTER

PROGRAM STANDARD: The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of literature and other texts
types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
GRADE LEVEL STANDARD: The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understanding of British-American Literature,
including Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
CONTENT STANDARD: The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature and other text types serve as means of
valuing other people; also how to use processing information strategies, different forms of adverbs and conditionals for him/her to play an
active part in a Chamber Theatre presentation.
PERFORMANCE STANDARD: The learner proficiently plays an active part in a Chamber Theatre presentation through employing effective
verbal and non- verbal strategies based on the following criteria: Focus, Voice, Delivery, Facial Expressions, Style and Body Movements or
Gestures.

RC LC VC V WC F G
LT
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Oral Language and Grammar
Literature
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Fluency Awareness
1 EN9RC-IIa-3.2.7: EN9LC-IIa-11: Shift EN9VC-IIa- EN9V-IIa-27: EN9LT-IIa-15: EN9WC-IIa-10: EN9OL-IIa- EN9G-IIa-
Compare and contrast from one listening 1.4:Establish Give the Analyze literature as Distinguish the 3.7:Employ varied 19:Use
similar information strategy to another connections of events appropriate a means of valuing features present in verbal and non- adverbs in
presented in different based on topic, and how these lead to communicative other people and poetry and in verbal strategies narration.
texts. purpose, and level of the ending of a styles for various their various prose. to create impact
difficulty of the material. situations circumstances in on the audience
argumentative or (intimate, casual, life. while delivering
persuasive text. conversational, EN9LT-IIa- lines in a Readers
consultative, 15.1: Identify Theatre or in a
frozen). the Chamber Theatre.
distinguishing
features of
notable Anglo-
American
sonnets,
dramatic poetry,
vignettes, and
short stories.
2 EN9RC-IIb-19:Get EN9LC-IIb-11.1: EN9VC-IIb- EN9V-IIb-27: EN9LT-IIb-15: EN9WC-IIb-10: EN9OL-IIb- EN9G-IIb-
information from Listen to get important 21:Summarize the Give the Analyze literature as Distinguish the 3.7:Employ varied 19:Use
various print media information from information contained appropriate a means of valuing features present in verbal and non- adverbs in
like brochures, argumentative/ in the material viewed. communicative other people and poetry and in verbal strategies narration.
pamphlets, periodicals, persuasive texts. styles for various their various prose. to create impact
and audio-video EN9LC-IIb-2.8: situations circumstances in on the audience
recordings. Make inferences from (intimate, casual, life. while delivering
RC LC VC V WC F G
LT
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Oral Language and Grammar
Literature
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Fluency Awareness
what was said. conversational, EN9LT-II-0- lines in a Readers
consultative, 14.2: Explain Theatre or in a
frozen). how the Chamber Theatre.
elements specific
to a selection
build its theme.

3 EN9RC-IIc-19: EN9LC-IIc- EN9VC-IIc- EN9V-IIc-27: EN9LT-IIc-15: EN9WC-IIc-10: EN9F-IIc- EN9G-IIb-


Get information from 3.12/3.14: Listen to 21:Summarize the Give the Analyze literature as Distinguish the 3.11.1:Use the 19:Use
various print media paraphrase and information contained appropriate a means of valuing features present in correct production adverbs in
like brochures, summarize information in the material viewed. communicative other people and poetry and in of English sounds: narration
pamphlets, periodicals, from persuasive texts. styles for various their various prose. vowels sounds,
and audio-video situations(intimate, circumstances in consonant sounds,
recordings. casual, life. diphthongs, etc.
conversational, EN9LT-IIc-2.2:
consultative, Explain how the
frozen). elements specific
to a genre
contribute to the
theme of a
particular literary
selection.

4 EN9RC-IId-19: EN9LC-IId-11.2: EN9VC-IId-22:Agree EN9V-IId-27: EN9LT-IId-15: EN9WC-IId-10: EN9F-IId- EN9G-IId-


Get information from Anticipate the points or disagree with the Give the Analyze literature as Distinguish the 3.11.1:Use the 19:Use
various print media that will be made ideas presented in the appropriate a means of valuing features present in correct production adverbs in
like brochures, based on the speaker’s material viewed. communicative other people and poetry and in of English sounds: narration.
pamphlets, periodicals, purpose. styles a their various prose. vowels sounds,
and audio-video situation(intimate, circumstances in consonant sounds,
recordings. casual, life. diphthongs, etc.
conversational, EN9LT-IId-
consultative, 2.2.1:
frozen). Express
appreciation
for sensory
images used.
5 EN9RC-IIe-19:Get EN9LC-IIe-12: Make EN9VC-IIe-22:Agree EN9V-IIe-27: EN9LT-IIe-15: EN9WC-IIe-10: EN9OL-IIe-5:Use EN9G-IIe-
information from a stand based on the or disagree with the Give the Analyze literature as Distinguish the the appropriate 20:Use
various print media text listened to. ideas presented in the appropriate a means of valuing features present in prosodic features conditionals
RC LC VC V WC F G
LT
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Oral Language and Grammar
Literature
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Fluency Awareness
like brochures, material viewed. communicative other people and poetry and in of speech when in expressing
pamphlets, periodicals, styles for various their various prose. delivering lines in arguments
and audio-video situations circumstances in a Readers Theatre
recordings. (intimate, casual, life. or in a Chamber
conversational, EN9LT-IIe- Theatre.
consultative, 2.2.2:
frozen). Explain the
literary
devices used.

6 EN9RC-IIf-11.1: EN9LC-IIf-8.7: Draw EN9VC-IIf-23:Share EN9V-IIf-28: EN9LT-IIf-15: EN9WC-IIf-9: EN9OL-IIf-5:Use EN9G-IIf-


Sense the difference conclusions based on personal opinion about Determine the Analyze literature as Compose forms of the appropriate 20:Use
between linear and the text listened to. the ideas presented in vocabulary or a means of valuing literary writing. prosodic features conditionals
non-linear texts. the material viewed. jargons expected other people and EN9WC-IIf- of speech when in expressing
of a communicative their various 9.2: Identify delivering lines in arguments.
style. circumstances in types and a Readers Theatre
life. features of or in a Chamber
EN9LT-IIf- short prose. Theatre.
2.2.3:
Determine
tone, mood,
technique,
and purpose
of the
author.

7 EN9RC-IIg-5: EN9LC-IIg-3.13: EN9VC-IIg-23:Share EN9V-IIg-28: EN9LT-IIg-15: EN9WC-IIg-9: EN9OL-IIg- EN9G-IIg-


Interpret information React and share personal opinion about Determine the Analyze literature as Compose forms of 2.6:Employ 20:Use
found in non-linear personal opinion about the ideas presented in vocabulary or a means of valuing literary writing. effective and conditionals
texts such as the ideas listened to. the material viewed. jargons expected other people and EN9WC-IIg- appropriate non- in expressing
diagrams, maps, of a communicative their various 9.2: Identify verbal arguments.
charts, etc style. circumstances in types and communication to
life. features of convey meaning in
EN9LT-IIg- short prose. a Readers or
2.2.3: Chamber Theatre.
Determine
tone, mood,
technique,
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LT
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Oral Language and Grammar
Literature
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Fluency Awareness
and purpose
of the
author.

8 EN9RC-IIh-11.1.1: EN9LC-IIh-12.1: EN9VC-IIh-19:Judge EN9V-IIh-28: EN9LT-IIh-15: EN9WC-IIh-9: EN9OL-IIh- EN9G-IIh-


Matchdiagrams with Analyze the content the relevance and Determine the Analyze literature as Compose forms of 5:Use the 20:Use past
their corresponding and feeling levels of worth of ideas vocabulary or a means of valuing literary writing. appropriate conditionals
write-ups. utterances in presented in the jargons expected other people and EN9WC-IIh- prosodic features in expressing
persuasive texts. material viewed. of a communicative their various 9.3:Use literary of speech when arguments.
style. circumstances in devices and delivering lines in
life. techniques to a Readers Theatre
EN9LT-IIh- craft short or in a Chamber
2.3: Draw prose forms. Theatre.
similarities and
differences of
the featured
selections in
relation to the
theme.

9 EN9RC-IIi-2.15: EN9LC-IIi-8.2: EN9VC-IIi-19:Judge EN9V-IIi-28: EN9LT-IIi-15: EN9WC-IIi-9: EN9OL-IIi-5:Use EN9G-IIi-


Organize information Judge the relevance the relevance and Determine the Analyze literature as Compose forms of the appropriate 20:Use
in various and worth of ideas worth of ideas vocabulary or a means of valuing literary writing. prosodic features conditionals
ways(outlining, presented. presented in the jargons expected other people and EN9WC-IIi- of speech when in expressing
graphic, material viewed. of a communicative their various 9.3:Use literary delivering lines in arguments.
representations, etc.) style. circumstances in devices and a Readers Theatre
life. techniques to or in a Chamber
EN9LT-IIi-3: craft short Theatre.
Explain how a prose forms.
selection may be
influenced by
culture, history,
environment, or
other factors.

10 Culminating Task
THIRD QUARTER

The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of literature and other texts
PROGRAM STANDARD
types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understandingof British-AmericanLiterature,
GRADE LEVEL
including Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of
STANDARD
other countries.
The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature and other text types serve as means of
CONTENT STANDARD connecting to the world; also how to use ways of analysing one-act play and different forms of verbals for
him/her to skilfully perform in a one-act play.

PERFORMANCE The learner skilfully performs in one-act play through utilizing effective verbal and non-verbal strategies and ICT
STANDARD resources based on the following criteria: Focus, Voice, Delivery, and Dramatic Conventions.

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LT Oral Language
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Grammar
Literature and
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Awareness
Fluency
EN9RC-IIIa-20: EN9LC-IIIa- EN9VC-IIIa- EN9V-IIIa- EN9LT-IIIa- EN9WC-IIIa- EN9OL-IIIa- EN9G-IIIa-21:
Analyze a one-act 6:Employ 1.2/2.2:Interpr 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose 3.7:Employ Use verbals.
play appropriate et the message familiar with literature as a forms of literary varied verbal
EN9LT-IIIa- listening conveyed in a the technical means of writing and non-verbal
20.1: Explain strategies suited material viewed vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIIa- strategies while
how the elements to type of text drama and the world. 9.4: Identify performing in a
specific to a one- EN9LC-IIIa- theatre (like EN9LT-IIIa- types and one-act play
act play 6.1:Extract stage 16.1: Identify features of a EN9F-IIIa-
1 contribute to the important directions) the play synopsis. 3.11: Produce
development of information from distinguishing the English
its theme argumentative/pe features of sounds correctly
rsuasive texts Anglo- and effectively
American when delivering
one-act plays lines in a one-
act play.

EN9RC-IIIb-20: EN9LC-IIIb- EN9VC-IIIb- EN9V-IIIb- EN9LT-IIIb- EN9WC-IIIb- EN9F-IIIb- EN9G-IIIb-21:


Analyze a one-act 6.3:Reflect on 1.2/2.2:Interpr 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose 3.11: Produce Use verbals.
2 play the ideas of the et the message familiar with literature as a forms of literary the English
EN9LT-IIIb- speaker conveyed in a the technical means of writing sounds correctly
20.1: Explain material viewed vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIIb- and effectively
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LT Oral Language
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Grammar
Literature and
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Awareness
Fluency
how the elements drama and the world 9.4: Identify when delivering
specific to a one- theatre (like EN9LT-IIIb- types and lines in a one-
act play stage 16.1: Identify features of a act play.
contribute to the directions) the play synopsis.
development of distinguishing
its theme features of
Anglo-
American
one-act plays
EN9RC-IIIc- EN9LC-IIIc- EN9VC-IIIc- EN9V-IIIc- EN9LT-IIIc- EN9WC-IIIc- EN9OL-IIIc-5: EN9G-IIIc-21:
20: Analyze a 6.4:Interpret the 1.2/2.2:Interpr 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose Use the Use verbals.
one-act play. information et the message familiar with literature as a forms of literary appropriate
EN9LT-IIIc- listened to conveyed in a the technical means of writing prosodic
20.1: Explain poster vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIIc- features of
how the elements drama and the world 9.4: Identify speech when
specific to a one- theatre (like EN9LT-IIIc- types and delivering lines
3
act play stage 16.1: Identify features of a in a one-act
contribute to the directions) the play synopsis. play
development of distinguishing
its theme features of
Anglo-
American
one-act plays
EN9RC-IIId-20: EN9LC-IIId- EN9VC-IIId- EN9V-IIId- EN9LT-IIId- EN9WC-IIId- EN9OL-IIId- EN9G-IIId-21:
Analyze a one-act 6.5:Recognize 4.3/5.3:Analyz 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose 5: Use the Use verbals.
play faulty logic, e the familiar with literature as a forms of literary appropriate
EN9LT-IIId- unsupported information the technical means of writing prosodic
2.1.5: Express facts, and contained in the vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIId- features of
appreciation for emotional appeal material viewed drama and the world 9.4: Identify speech when
sensory images theatre (like EN9LT-IIId- types and delivering lines
4 used stage 2.3: Draw features of a in a one-act
EN9LT-IIId- directions) similarities play synopsis play
20.2: Explain the and
literary devices differences of
used the featured
selections in
relation to the
theme
5 EN9RC-IIIe-20: EN9LC-IIIe- EN9VC-IIIe- EN9V-IIIe- EN9LT-IIIe- EN9WC-IIIe- EN9OL-IIIe- EN9G-IIIe-21:
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LT Oral Language
Week Reading Listening Viewing Vocabulary Writing and Grammar
Literature and
Comprehension Comprehension Comprehension Development Composition Awareness
Fluency
Analyze a one-act 3.13:Provide 4.3/5.3:Analyz 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose 5: Use the Use verbals.
play appropriate and e the familiar with literature as a forms of literary appropriate
EN9LT-IIIe- critical feedback/ information the technical means of writing prosodic
2.1.5: Express reaction to a contained in the vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIIe- features of
appreciation for specific context or material viewed drama and the world 9.5:Use literary speech when
sensory images situation theatre (like EN9LT-IIIe- devices and delivering lines
used stage 2.3: Draw techniques to in a one-act
EN9LT-IIIe- directions) similarities craft a play play
20.2: Explain the and synopsis
literary devices differences of
used the featured
selections in
relation to the
theme
EN9RC-IIIf-20: EN9LC-IIIf- EN9VC-IIIf- EN9V-IIIf- EN9LT-IIIf- EN9WC-IIIf- EN9OL-IIIf-2: EN9G-IIIf-21:
Analyze a one-act 3.13:Provide 4.3/5.3:Analyz 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose Use effective Use verbals.
play appropriate and e the familiar with literature as a forms of literary and appropriate
EN9LT-IIIf- critical feedback/ information the technical means of writing non-verbal
2.1.5: Express reaction to a contained in the vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIIf- communication
appreciation for specific context or material viewed drama and the world 9.5:Use literary strategies
sensory images situation theatre (like EN9LT-IIIf- devices and
6 used stage 2.3: Draw techniques to
EN9LT-IIIf- directions) similarities craft a play
20.2: Explain the and synopsis
literary devices differences of
used the featured
selections in
relation to the
theme
EN9LT-IIIg- EN9LC-IIIg- EN9VC-IIIg- EN9V-IIIg- EN9LT-IIIg- EN9WC-IIIg- EN9OL-IIIg- EN9G-IIIg-21:
2.11: Determine 2.10:Share 24:Provide 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose 2: Use effective Use verbals.
tone, mood, personal opinion critical feedback familiar with literature as a forms of literary and appropriate
technique, and about the ideas to the idea the technical means of writing non-verbal
purpose of the listened to presented in the vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIIg- communication
7
author material viewed drama and the world 9.5:Use literary strategies
theatre (like EN9LT-IIIg- devices and
stage 3: Explain techniques to
directions) how a craft a play
selection may synopsis
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be influenced
by culture,
history,
environment,
or other
factors

EN9LT-IIIh- EN9LC-IIIh- EN9VC-IIIh- EN9V-IIIh- EN9LT-IIIh- EN9WC-IIIh- EN9OL-IIIh- EN9G-IIIh-21:


2.11: Determine 12.1:Analyze the 24:Provide 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose 3.10: Use Use verbals.
tone, mood, content and critical feedback familiar with literature as a forms of literary appropriate
technique, and feeling levels of to the idea the technical means of writing multi-media
purpose of the utterances in presented in the vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIIh- resources to
author persuasive texts material viewed drama and the world 9.5:Use literary accompany the
theatre (like EN9LT-IIIh- devices and oral delivery of
stage 3: Explain techniques to lines
8 directions) how a craft a play
selection may synopsis
be influenced
by culture,
history,
environment,
or other
factors

EN9LT-IIIi- EN9LC-IIIi- EN9VC-IIIi- EN9V-IIIi- EN9LT-IIIi- EN9WC-IIIi- EN9OL-IIIi- EN9G-IIIi-21:


2.11: Determine 8.2:Judge the 24:Provide 29: Get 16: Analyze 9: Compose 3.10: Use Use verbals.
tone, mood, relevance and critical feedback familiar with literature as a forms of literary appropriate
technique, and worth of to the idea the technical means of writing multi-media
purpose of the information/ ideas presented in the vocabulary for connecting to EN9WC-IIIi- resources to
author EN9LC-IIIi- material viewed drama and the world 9.5:Use literary accompany the
8.6:Form theatre (like EN9LT-IIIi- devices and oral delivery of
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decisions based stage 3: Explain techniques to lines
on the ideas directions) how a craft a play
mentioned selection may synopsis
be influenced
by culture,
history,
environment,
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or other
factors

10 Culminating Task
FOURTH QUARTER

The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of literature and other texts
PROGRAM STANDARD
types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understandingof British-AmericanLiterature,
GRADE LEVEL
including Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of
STANDARD
other countries.
The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature and other text types serve as means of
preserving unchanging values in a changing world; also how to use the features of a full-length play, tense
CONTENT STANDARD
consistency, modals, active and passive constructions plus direct and indirect speech to enable him/her
competently performs in a full-length play.
PERFORMANCE The learner competently performs in a full- length play through applying effective verbal and non-verbal
STANDARD strategies and ICT resources based on the following criteria: Focus, Voice, Delivery and Dramatic Conventions.

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EN9RC-IVa- EN9LC-IVa- EN9VC-IVa- EN9V-IVa- EN9LT-IVa- EN9WC-IVa- EN9OL-IVa- EN9G-IVa-
2.18:Relate text 13:Listen to lay 10: Determine 29: 17:Analyze 11:Compose a 3.7: Use varied 22:Use active
content to value judgment the relevance Get familiar literature as a play review verbal and non- and passive
particular social on critical issues and the with the means of verbal constructions
issues, concerns, that demand truthfulness of technical understanding communication
or dispositions in sound analysis the ideas vocabulary for unchanging strategies when
real life and call for presented in the drama and values in a performing in a
prompt actions material viewed theater (like changing full-length play
stage world EN9F-IVa-
1 directions) EN9LT-IVa- 3.11: Produce
17.1: Explain the sounds of
how the English
elements effectively when
specific to delivering lines
full-length in a full-length
plays build its play
theme

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2 2.18: Relate text 13.1:Get the 10: Determine 29: 17:Analyze 11: Compose a 3.11:Produce Use active and
content to different sides of the relevance Get familiar literature as a play review. the sounds of passive
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particular social social, moral, and and the with the means of English constructions
issues, concerns, economic issues truthfulness of technical understanding effectively when
or dispositions in affecting the the ideas vocabulary for unchanging delivering lines
real life nation presented in the drama and values in a in a full-length
material viewed theater (like changing play
stage world
directions) EN9LT-IVb-
17.1:Explain
how the
elements
specific to
full-length
plays build its
theme

EN9RC-IVc- EN9LC-IVc- EN9VC-IVc- EN9V-IVc- EN9LT-IVc- EN9WC-IVc- EN9OL-IVc- EN9G-IVc-23:


2.18:Relate text 13.2:Employ 10: Determine 29: 17:Analyze 11:Compose a 2:Employ Express
content to analytical the relevance Get familiar literature as a play review effective and permission,
particular social listening to make and the with the means of appropriate obligation, and
issues, concerns, prediction/projecti truthfulness of technical understanding non-verbal prohibition.
or dispositions in ons the ideas vocabulary for unchanging communication
real life presented in the drama and values in a strategies
3
material viewed theater (like changing
stage world
directions) EN9LT-IVc-
2.2.1:Express
appreciation
for sensory
images used
EN9RC-IVd- EN9LC-IVd-7.2: EN9VC-IVd- EN9V-IVd- EN9LT-IVd- EN9WC-IVd- EN9OL-IVd- EN9G-IVd-23:
2.18:Relate text Analyze the stand 1.3/2.3:Formul 29: 17:Analyze 11: Compose a 2:Employ Express
content to of the speaker ate predictions Get familiar literature as a play review. effective and permission,
particular social based on the based on the with the means of appropriate obligation, and
issues, concerns, explicit statement material viewed technical understanding non-verbal prohibition.
4
or dispositions in made vocabulary for unchanging communication
real life drama and values in a strategies
theater (like changing
stage world
directions) EN9LT-IVd-
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2.2.2:Explain
the literary
devices used
EN9RC-IVe- EN9LC-IVe- EN9VC-IVe- EN9V-IVe- EN9LT-IVe- EN9WC-IVe- EN9OL-IVe- EN9G-IVe-
2.18:Relate text 8.8:Compare and 1.3/2.3:Formul 29: 17:Analyze 11:Compose a 2:Employ 23:Express
content to contrast ideas ate predictions Get familiar literature as a play review effective and permission,
particular social listened to based on the with the means of appropriate obligation, and
issues, concerns, material viewed technical understanding non-verbal prohibition
or dispositions in vocabulary for unchanging communication writing an
real life drama and values in a strategies evaluation
5
theater (like changing
stage world
directions) EN9LT-IVe-
2.2.2:Explain
the literary
devices used

EN9RC-IVf- EN9LC-IVf- EN9VC-IVf- EN9V-IVf-29: EN9LT-IVf- EN9WC-IVf- EN9OL-IVf- EN9G-IVf-


2.22: Judge the 13.3:Differentiate 1.3/2.3:Formul Get familiar 17: Analyze 11:Compose a 1.14:Use the 1:Change direct
relevance and biases from ate predictions with literature as a play review appropriate to indirect speech
worth of ideas, prejudices based on the thetechnical means of suprasegmental and vice versa
soundness of material viewed vocabulary for understanding s: pitch, stress,
author’s drama unchanging juncture,
reasoning, and andtheater (like values in a intonation, etc.
the effectiveness stage changing
of the directions). world
6
presentation
EN9LT-IVf-
2.2.3:Determi
ne tone,
mood,
technique,
and purpose
of the author

EN9RC-IVg- EN9LC-IVg- EN9VC-IVg- EN9V-IVg- EN9LT-IVg- EN9WC-IVg- EN9OL-IVg- EN9G-IVg-


2.22:Judge the 13.4:Judge the 14:Take a 29: 17:Analyze 11:Compose a 1.14:Use the 1:Change direct
7
relevance and relevance and stand on critical Get familiar literature as a play review appropriate to indirect speech
worth of ideas, truthfulness of issues brought with the means of suprasegmental and vice versa
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Literature and
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Fluency
soundness of the ideas listened up in the technical understanding s: pitch, stress,
author’s to material viewed vocabulary for unchanging juncture,
reasoning, and drama and values in a intonation, etc.
the effectiveness theater (like changing
of the stage world
presentation directions)
EN9LT-IVg-
2.2.3:Determi
ne tone,
mood,
technique,
and purpose
of the author

EN9RC-IVh- EN9LC-IVh- EN9VC-IVh- EN9V-IVh- EN9LT-IVh- EN9WC-IVh- EN9OL-IVh- EN9G-IVh-24:


2.22:Judge the 2.15:Judge the 14:Take a 29: 17:Analyze 11:Compose a 3.10:Use Use words to
relevance and validity of the stand on critical Get familiar literature as a play review appropriate express
worth of ideas, evidence listened issues brought with the means of multi-media evaluation
soundness of to up in the technical understanding resources
author’s material viewed vocabulary for unchanging appropriately,
reasoning, and drama and values in a effectively and
the effectiveness theater (like changing efficiently
of the stage world
presentation directions) EN9LT-IVh-
8 2.3: Draw
similarities
and
differences of
the featured
selections in
relation to the
theme

EN9RC-IVi- EN9LC-IVi- EN9VC-IVi- EN9V-IVi-29: EN9LT-IVi- EN9WC-IVi- EN9OL-IVi- EN9G-IVi-25:


2.22: Judge the 8.7:Make 14:Take a Get familiar 17:Analyze 11:Compose a 3.10:Use Observe tense
9
relevance and generalizations stand on critical with the literature as a play review appropriate consistency in
worth of ideas, issues brought technical means of multi-media writing an
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Literature and
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Fluency
soundness of up in the vocabulary for understanding resources evaluation
author’s material viewed drama and unchanging appropriately,
reasoning, and theater (like values in a effectively and
the effectiveness stage changing efficiently
of the directions) world
presentation EN9LT-IVi-
3:Explain how
a selection
may be
influenced by
culture,
history,
environment,
or other
factors

10 Culminating Task