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ENG 5 Q4 WEEK 1 DAY 3

 Distinguish text-types
according to features
(structural and language)
– Enumeration
 Read aloud grade level
appropriate text with an
accuracy rate of 95 –
100%.
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 Take down relevant notes.
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A.
A. Setting
Setting the
the stage:
stage:

Do you know these words?

Can you give the meaning


of these words?
The phrase ‘text type’ is a way of
classifying and defining different
types of language interaction,
both spoken and written. It refers
to the purpose of a text and the
way it is written.
B.
B. Explaining
Explaining the
the students
students what
what to
to do.
do.

Directions: Study and analyze the charts below.


C. Modeling for Students
D. Guided Practice
Directions: Below are eight different text types and the purpose
of those texts, but they are mix up. Decide what the purpose of
each text type is and connect it to the correct text type to the left.
Match the items on the right to the items on the left.
Explanation To relate past experience or
events, either real or
imagined.

Narrative To persuade the reader to


agree with the writer’s
position/opinion.

Discussion To instruct the reader how to


make or do something.

Argumentative (Exposition) To explore more than one


side of an issue/To inform
and persuade.

Report To show how things work


and why things happen.

Procedure (Instruction) To present a record of


information after careful
observation and analysis.

Recount To entertain through telling a


story.

Description To help the reader create a


picture of scenes, events,
people, etc....
Explanation To relate past experience or
events, either real or
imagined.

Narrative To persuade the reader to


agree with the writer’s
position/opinion.

Discussion To instruct the reader how to


make or do something.

Argumentative (Exposition) To explore more than one


side of an issue/To inform
and persuade.

Report To show how things work


and why things happen.

Procedure (Instruction) To present a record of


information after careful
observation and analysis.

Recount To entertain through telling a


story.

Description To help the reader create a


picture of scenes, events,
people, etc....
Explanation To relate past experience or
events, either real or
imagined.

Narrative To persuade the reader to


agree with the writer’s
position/opinion.

Discussion To instruct the reader how to


make or do something.

Argumentative (Exposition) To explore more than one


side of an issue/To inform
and persuade.

Report To show how things work


and why things happen.

Procedure (Instruction) To present a record of


information after careful
observation and analysis.

Recount To entertain through telling a


story.

Description To help the reader create a


picture of scenes, events,
people, etc....
E. Group Activity

Directions: Group Activity


1. Form a group.
Look at the sentences below, identify their text
type. Write on the second column the types of
text being identified on the first column. Write
your answers clearly.
2. Read orally your answers with your group.
Explanation Narrative Discussion Argumentative
(Exposition)

Report Procedure Recount Descriptive


(Instruction)
Text Text Type

1.Advertising has a great impact on


children and therefore advertisements
should be designed carefully so that
children do not adopt inappropriate values.
2.The nervous system works through a
complex network of neurons. These are the
basic functioning cells of the nervous
system and conduct electrical impulses
between the central and peripheral nervous
system.

3.To produce “fole gras” (which literally


means “fatty liver”, workers ram pipes
down male ducks’ or geese’s throats two or
three times daily and pump as much as 4
pounds of grains and fat into animals’
stomachs, causing their livers to bloat to up
to 10 times their normal size. Many birds
have difficulty standing because of their
engorged livers, and they may tear out their
own feathers and cannibalize each other
out of stress..
(Source:www.peta.org)
4.So he sat down, opened a drawer, took
out of it a woman’s photograph, gazed at it
a few moments, and kissed it.
5.Swallowing air when eating is often done
unconsciously and may cause frequent
belching during or after meals. To avoid
swallowing air, make sure you slow down
when eating, try not to “slurp” drinks, and
avoid talking while chewing.
6.Yesterday, I fell over while walking in the
hills and went to see the doctor, who
Text Text Type

1.Advertising has a great impact on


children and therefore advertisements
should be designed carefully so that
children do not adopt inappropriate values.
2.The nervous system works through a
complex network of neurons. These are the
basic functioning cells of the nervous
system and conduct electrical impulses
between the central and peripheral nervous
system.

3.To produce “fole gras” (which literally


means “fatty liver”, workers ram pipes
down male ducks’ or geese’s throats two or
three times daily and pump as much as 4
pounds of grains and fat into animals’
stomachs, causing their livers to bloat to up
to 10 times their normal size. Many birds
have difficulty standing because of their
engorged livers, and they may tear out their
own feathers and cannibalize each other
out of stress..
(Source:www.peta.org)
4.So he sat down, opened a drawer, took
out of it a woman’s photograph, gazed at it
a few moments, and kissed it.
5.Swallowing air when eating is often done
unconsciously and may cause frequent
belching during or after meals. To avoid
swallowing air, make sure you slow down
when eating, try not to “slurp” drinks, and
avoid talking while chewing.
6.Yesterday, I fell over while walking in the
hills and went to see the doctor, who
Text Text Type

1.Advertis ing has a great impact on


children and therefore advertisements
should be designed carefully so that
children do not adopt inappropriate values.
2.The nervous system works through a
complex network of neurons. These are the
basic functioning cells of the nerv ous
system and conduct electrical impulses
between the central and peripheral nervous
system.

3.To produce “fole gras” (which lit erally


means “fatty liver”, workers ram pipes
down male ducks’ or geese’s throats two or
three times daily and pump as much as 4
pounds of grains and fat into animals’
stomachs, causing their livers to bloat to up
to 10 times their normal s ize. Many birds
have difficulty standing because of their
engorged liv ers, and they may tear out their
own feathers and cannibalize each other
out of stress..
(Source:www.peta.org)
4.So he sat down, opened a drawer, took
out of it a woman’s photograph, gazed at it
a few moments, and kissed it.
5.Swallo wing air when eating is often done
unconsciously and may cause frequent
belching during or after meals. To avoid
swallo wing air, make sure you slow down
when eating, try not to “slurp” drinks, and
av oid talk ing wh ile che wing.
6.Yesterday, I fell over while wa lking in the
hills and went to see the doctor, who
F. Independent Practice

Directions: Match the examples of particular texts on the right with the text types on the
left by connecting them to the correct text type.

A B
1. Explanation A recipe
2. Narrative A school textbook about volcanoes
3. Discussion A fairy tale
4. Argumentative(Exposition) A biography
5. Report A travel article
6
1. Procedure (Instruction) A newspaper editorial

7. 2. Recount An article outlining the pros


and cons of having a cochlear ear
implant
8. 3. Descriptive A summary of a teacher’s teaching
evaluations for the year
G. Closure/Assessment
Directions: Read and analyze the paragraphs. What type
of text is the paragraph?
Write your answer on the blank before the number.
_________1. Representative democracy involves leaders
receiving votes from the populace after a period of
campaigning for the office. Competition between
candidates, coupled with free and open speech, is
necessary for this system of government to be successful.
_________2. The type of government created after the
People Power Revolution included the ideals of protecting
individual liberties and freedom of speech while at the
same time preserving the unity and cooperation of the
countrymen. To that end, a government governs by the
people, a Democratic country was created.
_________3. A proposed bill first goes to a committee to
be reviewed. The second step in the process is for the
House or Senate to debate the bill, making necessary
revisions. The last step in the process of a bill becoming
law is after both houses of Congress pass the bill, it goes
to the President to be signed into law.
_________4. Some customers like the conveniences
offered by big banks including, computerized banking,
multiple branches, and a large network of ATM machines.
Other customers prefer small banks that often times offer
more personalized service and are better connected to
their communities.
________5. As a result of being hospitable of the
Filipinos, foreigners visit our country and leaved,
they always commend how hospitable Filipinos are.
We Filipinos are very welcoming. We always try to
make people comfortable on our own turf.
Filipinos are very warm people, and are very
friendly and nice. We take out the best dinnerware
that we do not use, we give the house a cleaning
twice the amount of effort we give on most days,
H. Evaluation

Directions: Give the meaning of


the following text type. Write
your answer on the box opposite
of the words.
 TEXT TYPE  MEANING
RECOUNT

EXPLANATION

DISCUSSION

DESCRIPTION

EXPOSITION
EXPOSITION
EXPOSITION

RESPONSE
RESPONSE

PROCEDURE
PROCEDURE

INFORMATION
INFORMATION
REPORT
REPORT
Remember
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