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English 11
Quarter 1,Wk.3 - Module 4
(Provide Words or Expressions Appropriate for a
Given Situation)

Department of Education ● Republic of the Philippines


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English- Grade 9
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Quarter 1,Wk.1 - Module 1: Provide Words or Expressions Appropriate for a Given
Situation

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Published by the Department of Education – Division of Iligan City


Schools Division Superintendent: Roy Angelo E. Gazo, PhD.,CESO V

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Schools Division Superintendent

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Assistant Schools Division Superintendent

Members: Henry B. Abueva, EPS, OIC-CID Chief


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English
Quarter 1,Wk.1 - Module 1
(Provide Words of Expressions
Appropriate for a Given Situation)

This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed


by select teachers, school heads, Division English Coordinator of the
Department of Education - Division of Iligan City. We encourage teachers
and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and
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Table of Contents

What This Module is About v

What I Need to Know v

How to Learn from this Module v

Icons of this Module vi

Lesson 1: RESPONDING TO PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

What’s In --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1
What’s New ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2
What Is It -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
What’s More ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
What’s New ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
What Is It ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6
What’s More ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 7

What I Have Learned ------------------------------------------------------------ 8


What I Can Do ------------------------------------------------------------------- 8

Summary ------------------------------------------------------------------ 9

Assessment: (Post-Test) -------------------------------------------------------------- 10

Key to Answers -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11

References --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16

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What This Module is About

Learning happens in varied ways. We learn through reading printed texts,


listening to audio materials, to individual, paired and group discussions. We also learn
through self-discovery, trial-and-error and a whole lot of experiences that education and
life, in general, could offer. The fact is, how much we learn greatly depends on how we
respond to these experiences.

This module is designed to improve your skills in responding to situations by


learning some commonly used conversational words, phrases and sentences, and to
eventually realize how these expressions can come in handy in real life situations.

What I Need to Know

Learning Objective:

1. Familiarize common words, phrases and sentences used in affirming or denying


statements and expressing one’s thoughts

2. Use appropriate words and expressions in a given situation (EN9V-Ia-1)

How to Learn from this Module


To achieve the objectives cited above, you are to do the following:

• Take your time reading the lessons carefully.

• Follow the directions and/or instructions in the activities and exercises diligently.

• Answer all the given tests and exercises.

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Icons of this Module
What I Need to This part contains learning objectives that
Know are set for you to learn as you go along the
module.

What I know This is an assessment as to your level of


knowledge to the subject matter at hand,
meant specifically to gauge prior related
knowledge
What’s In This part connects previous lesson with that
of the current one.

What’s New An introduction of the new lesson through


various activities, before it will be presented
to you

What is It These are discussions of the activities as a


way to deepen your discovery and under-
standing of the concept.

What’s More These are follow-up activities that are in-


tended for you to practice further in order to
master the competencies.

What I Have Activities designed to process what you


Learned have learned from the lesson

What I can do These are tasks that are designed to show-


case your skills and knowledge gained, and
applied into real-life concerns and
situations.

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What I know (Pre-test)

Read the mini dialogue carefully and underline once the expression that
expresses agreement. Underline an expression twice if it expresses disagreement.
Encircle the ones that imply a suggestion or an advice.

1. Erick: We can play the game now.


Andrei: Sure! But I’m not good at it.

2. Connie: Do come. Can you stay for lunch?


Vangie: I’m afraid not. We have to go somewhere.

Angelo: You’re the only person who knows what really happened.
3. Malee: That’s not quite true. Sam, was there, too.

4. May: Hey, that’s right. I remember he solved the problem for us.
Joe: That’s good to now. We’ll give him a call.

5. Rina: But you have time for coffee, don’t you?


Tess: That would be nice.

6. Bam: That’s what they say!


Rom: No, seriously, I don’t play very well at all.

7. Lucille: Should I memorize it all?


Annie: I suggest you just familiarize it

8. Milette: There’s something I have to tell you.


Mila: Cant it wait?
Milette: Not really. It’s pretty important.

9. Sonny: This stomach ache is not getting any better.


Peter: I recommend you see a doctor right now.
.

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10. Marley: Oh my, I just cut myself with this pair of scissors.
Martina: You better wash it with soap and water.

Responding to People and


Environment
Lesson

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What’s In
In the previous module you watched videos and listened to stories relevant to
the present world situation. You each had your unique thoughts and opinions about
them. Recall how you shared your views to the class. Were you agreeable most of
the time or were you not? What words did you use to show your affirmation and/or
vehement reaction on a given circumstance?

What I Need to Know

Learning Objective:

To make a stand by expressing one’s feelings, beliefs or opinions on a


material viewed or a concept discussed.

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What’s New

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Task 1: “Speak your Emoticons”

How do the pictures below make you feel? Show your answer by making an
emoji beside each picture.

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Guide Questions:

1. How does the picture make you feel? Why?


2. Which picture are you agreeable with? Which picture do you disagree?
What is It?
Task 2: Find Your Feeling”

Has someone asked you how you feel about something and you struggle
for some words in your head that would explicitly describe how you are feeling? Try
solving the crossword puzzle below and learn few words you can use later in this
lesson.

Process Questions:

1. Do you find unfamiliar words in the list?


2. How many words can you recall without looking at the activity sheet?
3. Do you still remember what these words mean? See for yourself and do the next
task.

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What’s More
Task 3 - “Word Gymnast ”

Warning: This activity requires you to be very honest with yourself


Without looking at the activity sheet in the previous task, write all the words that you
can recall on the graphic organizer shown below. Describe it on the opposite side or
you could write its synonym (another word which has the same meaning) using a
thesaurus or a dictionary. Do not be tempted to look at the activity sheet. If you find
this difficult, have someone in the family hide the sheet from you. Good luck!

KEY WORDS SYNONYMS

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What’s New
Task 4: “To Agree or Disagree”

In the previous task, you learned about words that allow you to describe how you
feel about something or someone. These words are important because how you
respond to people and the environment depends on how you feel about it.
Read and understand the selection below and find out how the characters differ in
their responses. What could they be talking about? Let’s read and find out.

HANNAH: In my opinion, the good school is the one that makes a


balance between discipline and fun.

AMY: I completely agree with you, Hannah. Too much focus on


discipline can make a school like a prison and excessive focus on fun
makes it a park rather than a school. So balance is better.

PAUL: I’m sorry to say this, but I totally disagree with you. What
is the point of fun in a school? To my mind, the good school is the one
where you don’t have to study such useless subjects as foreign languages,
such as Mandarin Chinese, French or Spanish.

AMY: I don’t agree with you. Paul, I think foreign languages are
very important nowadays.

HANNAH: You are right, Amy. There is no good school that doesn’t
teach foreign languages today.

Comprehension Questions:

1. Who are the characters in the selection? __________________

2. What were they talking about? __________________________

3. Who disagreed with Paul? ______________________________

4. Who agrees with Amy about having foreign languages in schools? __________
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5. Who do you like best? Hannah? Amy? or Paul? Why? __________

What Is It?
Task 5 : “Get Acquainted”

Study and familiarize yourself with the expressions below.


Have you used them before in your daily conversation with friends and families? Get
yourself acquainted with it and think, “When do I use these expressions?

AGREEING WITH AN OPINION


EXPRESSING ONE’S OPINION:
Of course..

In my experience.. Exactly..

In my opinion… Yes, I agree with you..

I think… You’re absolutely right..

I believe that.. That’s true.

Personally, I think that.. I couldn’t agree more.

DISAGREEING WITH AN OPINION

I’m afraid I have to disagree..

That is not exactly true..


I’m sorry, but I don’t agree..
I don’t think so..
I totally disagree..
No, certainly not.

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What’s More
Task 6 : “Finding the Expressions”

If you go back to Task 4, you will find the conversation with


Hannah, Amy
and Paul. Go over this conversation again and identify all the expressions you
can find. Write them down in the graphic organizer shown below.
AGREEING DISAGREEING
EXPRESSING OPINIONS EXPRESSIONS EXPRESSIONS

Task 7 : “Speak Your Mind”


Now that you are familiar with the different expressions and vocabulary words
that show feelings, try using them in a real life situation reflected in the dialogue
below.
Fill in the blanks with the appropriate expression and the appropriate word to
describe how the person feels. Choose answers within the cloud.
worried disgusting happy confused bored
I totally disagree Exactly! I don’t think so

You’re absolutely right. That’s not always true. Please, excuse me.

1.
Aimee: I was reading a book with very small letters and no pictures at all.
Aaargh, I was so ____________ .
Kaye: ________________ , reading books with no pictures
is not fun at all.
2.
Dave: I am so ________ that classes are moved in August because I’m
still afraid of the on-going pandemic.
Hannah: _______________________. In fact, my mother told me to
join the online classes so I won’t have to go out.
3.
Dianne: I’m _______________. I don’t know what to do. This Math problem
is so difficult!

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Mel : ______________________, I was able to solve it in less than a minute.
I’ll teach you how.
4.
Jac : I wonder why people love to drink iced coffee. You lose the aroma
in it with cold water which makes it ________________.
Mike: ______________________________, with the very hot weather we
have, iced coffee is just refreshing!

What I have Learned


Fill in the blanks with the three things you have learned in this module.
Please write it in sentence form.
In this module, I learned that…

111111111111111. _______________________________
________________________________

2. ________________________________
________________________________

3. ________________________________

________________________________

What I Can Do

Task 8: “Let’s Talk”


Make a dialogue/ conversation that usually happens in school or at home. Be
sure to use eight of the different expressions you have learned in the previous tasks.
Write the conversations in the speech balloons. See the rubric below for your
guidance.
CRITERIA 4 3 2 1 0
Eight or Six to seven Four to five Two to three One to no
Expressions more expressions expressions expressions expression
Used expressions are used in are used in are used in used at all
(25%) are used in the dialogue the dialogue the dialogue

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the
dialogue
Organization of The Dialogue is Dialogue is Organization Dialogue is
Ideas dialogue is organized organized of ideas has disorganized
(25%) organized with one but with two more than 2 and difficult
in a logical minor error errors errors to follow
order
Appropriateness All the Only 1-2 Three to four Five to seven Most of the
of Expressions expressions expressions expressions expressions expressions
are are are are are not used
Used
appropriately inappropriately inappropriately inappropriately appropriately
(50%) used used used used in the
dialogue

Summary
The tasks and assessment tools in this module provide instructional support
for teaching learners to use appropriate expressions used in conversations in a given
situation or scenario. It includes the introduction of vocabulary words that describe
feelings and emotions prerequisite to using expressions of agreement and

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disagreement. There are choices of answers in the scaffolding activities to guide the
students as they go along with the module.
Assessment: (Post-Test)

Read the mini dialogue carefully and underline once the expression that
expresses agreement. Underline an expression twice if it expresses disagreement.
Encircle the ones that imply a suggestion or an advice.

1. Angelo: You’re the only person who knows what really happened.
Malee: That’s not quite true. Sam, was there, too.

2. May: Hey, that’s right. I remember he solved the problem for us.
Joe: That’s good to now. We’ll give him a call.

3. Erick: We can play the game now.


Andrei: Sure! But I’m not good at it.

4. Bam: That’s what they say!


Rom: No, seriously, I don’t play very well at all.

5. Connie: Do come. Can you stay for lunch?


Vangie: I’m afraid not. We have to go somewhere.

6. Rina: But you have time for coffee, don’t you?


Tess: That would be nice.

7. Milette: There’s something I have to tell you.


Mila: Cant it wait?
Milette: Not really. It’s pretty important.

8. Lucille: Should I memorize it all?


Annie: I suggest you just familiarize it.

9. Sonny: This stomach ache is not getting any better.


Peter: I recommend you see a doctor right now.

10. Marley: Oh my, I just cut myself with this pair of scissors.
Martina: You better wash it with soap and water.

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Key to Answers

PRE-TEST

Read the mini dialogue carefully and underline once the expression that
expresses agreement. Underline an expression twice if it expresses disagreement.
Encircle the ones that imply an opinion.

1. Erick: We can play the game now.


Andrei: Sure! But I’m not good at it.

2. Connie: Do come. Can you stay for lunch?


Vangie: I’m afraid not. We have to go somewhere.

Angelo: You’re the only person who knows what really happened.
3. Malee: That’s not quite true. Sam, was there, too.

4. May: Hey, that’s right. I remember he solved the problem for us.
Joe: That’s good to now. We’ll give him a call.

5. Rina: But you have time for coffee, don’t you?


Tess: That would be nice.

6. Bam: That’s what they say!


Rom: No, seriously, I don’t play very well at all.

7. Lucille: Should I memorize it all?


Annie: I personally think you just have to familiarize it

8. Milette: There’s something I have to tell you.


Mila: Cant it wait?
Milette: Not really. It’s pretty important.

9. Sonny: This stomach ache is not getting any better.


Peter: I believe you should see a doctor right now.
.
10. Marley: Oh my, I just cut myself with this pair of scissors.
Martina: I think you should wash it with soap and water.

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Task 1 : Express your Emoticon

Picture 1:

Picture 2 :

Picture 3 :

Picture 4:

Task 2: “Find that Feeling”

1. Angelo: You’re the only person who knows what really happened.
Malee: That’s not quite true. Sam, was there, too.

2. May: Hey, that’s right. I remember he solved the problem for us.
Joe: That’s good to now. We’ll give him a call.

3. Erick: We can play the game now.


Andrei: Sure! But I’m not good at it.

4. Bam: That’s what they say!


Rom: No, seriously, I don’t play very well at all.

5. Connie: Do come. Can you stay for lunch?


Vangie: I’m afraid not. We have to go somewhere.

6. Rina: But you have time for coffee, don’t you?


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Tess: That would be nice.

Task 3 : Word Gymnast

KEY WORDS SYNONYMS


Dry, waterless,
thirsty
dehydrated

hungry
starved

cold
frozen, chilled

hot
warm, burning

shocked
surprised

suspicious
doubtful, questionable

disgusted
Sick, sickened,
nauseated

curious
interested, inquisitive

Angry
furious, mad

worried
anxious, troubled

tired
Weary, exhausted,
drained, burnt out

scared
afraid, frightened

confused
bewildered

bored
Disheartened, tired,

Sad
unhappy, sorrowful,
brokenhearted

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Happy
glad, merry
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Task 4 : “To Agree or Disagree”

1. Who are the characters in the selection? Hannah, Amy and Paul

2. What were they talking about? They are talking about what a good
should be

3. Who disagreed with Paul? Amy disagreed with Paul

4. Who agrees with Amy about having foreign languages in school?


Hannah agrees with Amy

5. Who do you like best? Hannah? Amy? or Paul? Why? __________

______________________________________________________

Task 6 : “Finding Expressions”

AGREEING DISAGREEING
EXPRESSING OPINIONS EXPRESSIONS EXPRESSIONS

I completely agree.. I’m sorry to say this but I


In my opinion.. totally disagree

You are right I don’t agree with you

Task 7 : “Speak Your Mind”


1.
Aimee: I was reading a book with very small letters and no pictures at all.
Aaargh, I was so bored
Kaye: Exactly /You’re absolutely right reading books with no pictures
is not fun at all.
2.
Dave: I am so happy that classes are moved in August because I’m
still afraid of the on-going pandemic.

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Hannah: Exactly / You’re absolutely right. In fact, my mother told me to
join the online classes so I won’t have to go out.

3.

Dianne: I’m confused. I don’t know what to do. This Math problem
is so difficult!
Mel : I don’t think so / I totally disagree. I was able to solve it in less than a
minute. I’ll show you how.
4.
Jac : I wonder why people love to drink iced coffee. You lose the aroma
in it with cold water which makes it disgusting.
Mike: That’s not always true / I don’t think so / I totally disagree, with the
very hot weather we have, iced coffee is just refreshing!

POSTTEST

1. Angelo: You’re the only person who knows what really happened.
Malee: That’s not quite true. Sam, was there, too.

2. May: Hey, that’s right. I remember he solved the problem for us.
Joe: That’s good to now. We’ll give him a call.

3. Erick: We can play the game now.


Andrei: Sure! But I’m not good at it.

4. Bam: That’s what they say!


Rom: No, seriously, I don’t play very well at all.

5. Connie: Do come. Can you stay for lunch?


Vangie: I’m afraid not. We have to go somewhere.

6. Rina: But you have time for coffee, don’t you?


Tess: That would be nice.

7. Milette: There’s something I have to tell you.


Mila: Cant it wait?
Milette: Not really. It’s pretty important.

8. Lucille: Should I memorize it all?


Annie: I suggest you just familiarize it.

9. Sonny: This stomach ache is not getting any better.


Peter: I recommend you see a doctor right now.

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10. Marley: Oh my, I just cut myself with this pair of scissors.
Martina: You better wash it with soap and water.

References:
1. Almonte, Flandez and Nedia Lagustan, A Journey through Anglo-American
Literature, (Philippines: Vibal Group Inc., 2014)

2. https://www.englishcurrent.com/speaking/speaking-situations-general-esl/

3. https://teachables.scholastic.com/teachables/books/did-you-hear-making-
inferences-graphic-organizer-9780439572941_018.html

4.https://www.google.com/search?
q=feelings+puzzle+printable&sxsrf=ALeKk035RuaTXHl_Hqk1lVRop-
tfbYGe4A:1590037530458&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjEurqxl8TpAh
XPGaYKHT27AHEQ_AUoAXoECAwQAw&biw=1350&bih=618#imgrc=YsLqADnbKrGaq
M

5. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/A-Main-Idea-with-Supporting-Details-
Roman-Bridge-Organizer-2800717

6. https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/the-it-house-was-actually-a-creepy-haunted-house-irl-
too

7. https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/2019/08/10/stop-bullying/1965145001/

8. https://www.englishclub.com/speaking/agreeing-disagreeing-expressions.htm

9. https://en.islcollective.com/english-esl-worksheets/vocabulary/school/speaking-
expressing-opinion-agreeing-disagreeing/59465

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