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SAINT PETERS COLLEGE OF TORIL

McArthur Highway, Toril, Davao City


PAASCU ACCREDITED LEVEL 2

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT


S.Y 2016-2017

K-12 SYLLABUS IN SEVENTH GRADE ENGLISH


English Language and Literature
Prepared by:

Checked by:

Noted by:

MR. JEFFREN P. MIGUEL


Grade 7 English Teacher

MS. JOHANIE M. CARO


English Academic Coordinator

MRS. CRISTY Q. EFONDO


High School Principal

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Vision:
An educational community of evangelizers inspired by the Blessed Virgin Mary and Mother Rivier, that envisions its students and graduates
to be Christ-centered, academically competent, proud of Filipino culture, actively involved and responsive to social and global issues and concerns

Mission:
Guided by our Vision, we commit ourselves to:
Strengthen moral and spiritual values in our personal and communal relationships;
Be academically competent in various disciples and in the field of research;
Take pride in our culture heritage and respect diversity of peoples and nations;
Be involved in community service especially to the needs of the poor; and
Be responsible in the utilization of organizational resources.

Goal:
SPCT aims to develop the total person through quality Christian education.

Core Values:
Christ-centeredness, Compassion, Competence, Community-Service, and Civic-mindedness

General Objectives:
With these curricular offerings, the students will be able to:

1. develop thinking and language through interactive learning;


2. develop communicative competence and critical literacy;
3. draw on literature in order to develop students understanding of their literary heritage;
4. draw on informational texts and multimedia in order to build academic vocabulary and strong content knowledge;
5. develop students oral language and literacy through appropriately challenging learning;
6. emphasize writing arguments, explanatory/informative texts and narratives;
7. provide explicit skill instruction in reading and writing;
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8. build on the language, experiences, knowledge and interests that students bring to school;
9. nurture students sense of their common ground in using language/s for communication as present or future global citizens to prepare them to participate in school
and in civic life, and;
10. assess and reflects the students ability to interpret and/or communicate in the target language7.

Program Standards:
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 Standards:


The learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/ her understanding of Philippine Literature and other texts types for a deeper appreciation of
Philippine Culture.

FIRST GRADING PERIOD


CONTENT STANDARD:

PERFORMANCE 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 correct subject-verb
agreement.

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 of speech effectively in various situations; and observing
correct subject-verb agreement.

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Time
Frame

Content

Learning
Competenc
ies

Learning
Outcomes/Object
ives

Christian
Values /
Integration

Diagnostic/Forma
tive

Assessment
Summative
WW
PT

REFEREN
CE
Q
A

SCHOOL AND SUBJECT ORIENTATION


FIRST
PRELIM
June 2016
Week 2

How the World


Began
Intro to Philippine
Literature

The
learners
should be
able to
Discover
literature as a
means of
connecting to a
significant past
Describe the
different literary
genres during
the pre-colonial
period

Skimming and
Scanning for
Details in a
Selection

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Use the
appropriate
reading style
(scanning,
skimming,
speed reading,
intensive
reading etc.) for
ones purpose

The learners
must have been
able to:
a. read the story
How the World
Began
b. distinguish
Philippine
mythology from
modern and
contemporary
stories.
c. identify the
elements of fiction
found in the story
How the World
Began
d. portray one of
the characters
from the story
through a role
playing activity

CivicMindedness
Students
imbibe
cultural
appreciation
to literary
works of the
Philippines

Nationalism
Embracing
and
Appreciating
our Ancestral
Roots through
in-depth
reading of
literary
genres

Graphic
Organizer
(Elements of a
Short Story:
Description of
characters and
setting)

Drawing
Tracing ones
ancestral roots

Paperpencil test
(Sharing
Insights
Phil. Lit.
book)

Reflective
Essay:
Lesson
from the
story

Role
Playing
Activity

Movie
PosterMaking
(Assigning
an
actor/actress
for How the
World
Began)
*Application:
Elements of

Language
in
Literature
by Ribo
Carbonel
p. 4 How
the World
Began

Road to
Greatness:
The New
Grade 7, p.
62

Week 3

Proper Pitch
and Intonation

Hints on
Pronunciation
for Foreigners
a poem by TSW

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Scan for
specific
information

e. appreciate their
culture as Filipinos
through and by
means of a
reflective essay

Use appropriate
prosodic features
of speech like
pitch, stress,
juncture,
intonation,
volume and
projection and
rate/speed of
speech in
differing oral
communication
situations

a. define pitch and


intonation

Observe the
correct pitch
levels (high,
medium, low)
when reading
lines of poetry,
sample sentences
and paragraphs

b. distinguish pitch
from intonation
c. determine the
appropriate
intonation pattern
for a specific
sentence
d. determine the
proper pitch level
to be used in some
circumstances.
e. apply the proper
pitch and
intonation through
a question-andanswer activity.

Fiction
Ask-Me-aQuestion

Community
and CivicMindedness
Using proper
pitch and
intonation to
live
harmoniously
with the
people
around us.

Individual
Reading Activity
(Speech
Laboratory)

Read-Aloud
Activity

Paper &
Pencil Test
Identifying
proper
intonation
pattern in a
sentence
(English
Exercises
book);

Chorale
Reading
Students will
altogether
read
Hints of
Pronunciatio
n for
Foreigners
p. 66

Identifying
the
appropriate
pitch levels

Role
Playing:
Talk Show

Roads to
Greatness,
pp. 44-45

English
Exercises,
p. 66

Week 4
and 5

Idiomatic
Expressions

Colloquial
Language and
Slang

Use appropriate
idiomatic
expressions in a
variety of basic
interpersonal
communicative
situations

Distinguish features
of colloquial
language (fillers,
contractions, etc.)
and slang
Select an
appropriate
colloquial or
idiomatic word or
expression as a
substitute for
another word or
expression

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

a. define idioms;
b. identify idioms
in a sentence
c. use idiomatic
expressions in
casual
conversations
d. define colloquial
language and
slang;
e. distinguish slang
from accent
f. use colloquial
language and
slang in casual
conversations

Competence
and
Compassion
Using some
features of
language to
show love and
compassion
towards
others.

Finders Keepers
Activity
Students search for
the meaning of the
idiomatic
expressions in a
selection
(Exercise A,
Language in Lit, p.
123)

PaperPencil Test
Answer
exercises in
the English
Exercises
book.

Comic Strip
Making
(with
colloquial
language
and slang)

Idioms:
Language
in Lit, p.
122-124

Idiomatic
Expression
s: Roads to
Greatness
p. 164
Colloquial
Language
and Slang:
English
Exercises
p. 84

July 2016

Signs and
Symbols

Week 1

Give the meaning


of given signs and
symbols (road
signs, prohibited
signs, etc.)

a. identify different
road signs and
symbols
b. determine the
appropriate road
signs in a
particular
community.

Social
Awareness
Apply
knowledge of
different
symbols in
the society to
live
harmoniously

Campus Raid
Students find signs
and symbols found
inside the vicinity
of SPCT.

Guessing
Game
Signs and
Symbols
Application

Slogan
Making
Encouraging
people to
follow road
signs and
symbols

Journal
Writing
Activity

Role
Playing:
Depicting
the Filipino
family.

Online
resources

FIRST PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS


FIRST
PERIODIC
AL

I Am a
Filipino by
Carlos P. Romulo

Week 2

Organize
information from a
material viewed
Determine the tone,
mood, technique,
and purpose of the
author

a. identify the main


and subordinating
details of a
selection
b. define topic
sentence,
supporting details,
and concluding
statement
c. determine the
main idea of a
selection
d. create an essay
with the purpose of

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Nationalism
and
Simplicity
Paragraphs
that are
written in a
simple
manner are
often times
appreciated
and
understood
by readers.
Hence,
simplicity is
beauty.

Concept Mapping
Listing down the
distinct traits of a
Filipino using a
concept map.

Finding
the Main
Idea
Activity
(PaperPencil)
Oral
Recitation
: The
Purpose of
the Author

Target:
1)
appreciation
of culture
2) speech
production
3) subjectverb
agreement
(script)

Roads to
Greatness
p. 2-4

making one
appreciate our
culture as Filipinos

Scriptwriti
ng
(for role
playing)

e. identify the
message of a given
selection

Week 3
and Week
4

The Paragraph
and its parts
(Paragraph
Development)

Recognize the parts


of a simple
paragraph

Communicat
ive
Competence
Good written
communicatio
n emanates
from a wellwritten
paragraph.

Identifying the
Topic Sentence
in a paragraph.

August
Week 1

Subject and
Verb
Agreement

Observe correct
subject-verb
agreement

a. determine the
relationship
between the
subject and the
verb in the
sentence
b. identify the
proper verb to be

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Grammatical
Competence
& Keenness
Students will
realize that
keenness and
being
meticulous
will lead to a

English
Exercises:
paragraph
structures
p. 119

Identifying Parts
of the Paragraph
(Paper-Pencil)
PaperPencil Test
(Paragrap
h
Structure)

Game Show
Paper-Pencil
Tests

Proofreading
activity

Roads to
Greatness
p. 5
Reflective
Essay:
Appreciatio
n of Ones
Identity as
a Filipi

Writing a
Journal
Entry

English
Exercises,
p. 27

used in a sentence

better and
organized life.

c. construct
grammatically
correct sentences
Week 2
Culminating Task
Review Week for the Exam
FIRST PERIODICAL EXAMINATIONS

SECOND GRADING PERIOD


CONTENT STANDARD:

PERFORMANCE 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 correct subject-verb agreement.

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 of speech effectively in various
situations; and observing correct subject-verb agreement.

Time
Frame

SECOND
PRELIM
August
2016

Content

The Library
Card Catalog

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Learning
Competenc
ies

Learning
Outcomes/Object
ives

Use appropriate
mechanisms/tools
in the library for
locating resources

a. determine the
different library
resources;

Christian
Values
Integration

Perseveranc
e
Students
develop the

Diagnostic/Forma
tive

Assessment
Summative
WW
PT

PaperPencil Test
Classify the
books

Mnemonic
Device
Making
Students

REFEREN
CE
Q
A
Roads to
Greatness,
pp. 30-36

Week 3
Dewey Decimal
System

Use the card


catalog, the online
public access
catalog, or
electronic search
engine to locate
specific resources

General
Reference

b. define Dewey
Decimal System;
c. determine the
mechanism of
Dewey Decimal
System
d. be acquainted
with the card
catalog
e. make a card
catalog for a
specific book

Week 4

Parts of a Book

Parts of a
Newspaper

September
2016

Footnote to Youth

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Get information
from the different
parts of a book and
from general
references in the
library
Gather current
information from
newspapers and
other print and nonprint media

Narrate events
chronologically/
Arrange ideas
logically based on a

a. identify the
parts of the book
b. identify the
parts of a
newspaper and/or
tabloid
c. gather specific
details from
printed resources
such as
newspapers and
books
a. identify the
elements of fiction
in the story
Footnote to Youth

virtue of
persevering
to get the
necessary
information
they need.

Library Tour /
Book
Classification

Guess-Me
Activity

Good
Example
By being
hardworking,
they serve as
a good
example to
their fellow
Petreans.
Competence
Knowledge in
all aspects
makes one
competent.
He/She can
contribute for
the
betterment of
the society

Nationalism
Appreciation
of stories
written by

according
to its use

Filling out
a library
card

Show-and-Tell
My Favorite
Book

Pop-Corn
Reading Activity

create
different
mnemonic
devices for
them to
memorize
the DDS

Language
in
Literature,
pp. 54-57

Card
Cataloging
(Index
Card)

Poster
Making
Encouragin
g Fellow
Petreans to
read books

Newspaper
Album

Use of
different
graphic
organizers

Role
Playing
Activity
Presenting

Roads to
Greatness,
pp. 30-36

Flashcard
making

Roads to
Greatness
for
Footnote to

Week 1 &
Week 2

material viewed

Discovering the
Conflict and
Theme

Discover the
conflicts presented
in literary
selections and the
need to resolve
those conflicts in
non-violent ways

Identify key
ideas
Identifying Key
Ideas from a
Selection

b. determine the
internal and
external conflicts
from the story
c. find possible
ways of resolving
the conflicts
presented.

Identify supporting
details

d. identify different
kinds of conflicts

Determine the tone


and mood of the
speaker or
characters in the
narrative listened to

e. point out the


main idea and
supporting details
from a paragraph
in a selection
f. realize how the
elements of fiction
contribute to the
over-all message of
a story
g. rewrite the story
with a single main
idea and
supporting details.
h. present the plot
of the story
through a role
playing activity

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Filipino
authors.
Preparednes
s
From the
story,
students will
learn that it is
important to
be prepared
always. One
must be
emotionally,
spirituality,
and physically
prepared
before they
enter married
life.

Compare and
Contrast Diagram
(By group)
Quiz Bee
Finding out if the
students have read
the story or not.

such as:
Concept
Mapping

the conflict
and its
solution thru
a role
playing

Youth p.
149
p. 137 for
elements
of fiction

Flow Chart
Main Idea
and
Details
chart

Drawing
Presenting
the theme
using a
drawing
Tableau

PaperPencil Test
Reflective
Essay

Online
resources

SECOND
PERIODIC
AL
Week 3

Week 4

Sentence,
Fragments,
Comma Splice and
Run-ons

Use phrases,
clauses, and
sentences
appropriately and
meaningfully

Phrases and
Clauses
Use phrases,
clauses, and
sentences
appropriately and
meaningfully

Dependent and
Independent
Clauses

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

SECOND PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS


a. recognize the
Obedience
difference between If one
Think-Tac-Toe
sentence,
religiously
Students
fragments, and
follows the
demonstrate their
run-ons.
rules, he/she
prior knowledge
is set on
about sentences.
b. correct
his/her way to
grammatical errors greatness.
in a sentence such
Say something
as run-ons and
Students take turns
comma splice
leading discussions
in a cooperative
c. proof-read
group
articles and check
for incomplete and
ungrammatical
sentences
d. construct
grammatically
correct sentences
a. recognize the
difference between
phrases and
clauses
b. distinguish
dependent and
independent
clauses
c. identify a group
of words whether
they are
dependent of

Independen
ce
At some point
in our lives,
we need to be
independent.
But we should
always be
dependent to
God, our
source of
strength and
knowledge.

Know-Wonder
Learn Chart

Proofreading
activities

Journal
Writing:
Application
of Learning

Advertising

Proofreading
activities

Journal
Writing
Activities

Sentence
Constructi
on
Activities

Role
Playing on
dependence
and
independenc
e

Analogy Prompt
Board work

English
Exercises,
p. 11

Online
Resources

Road to
Greatness,
p. 173; p.
210

independent
d. write
grammatically
correct sentences
e. make
incomplete
sentences into
complete
sentences
Week 5

The Paradox of
our Age

Identify figures of
speech that show
comparison (simile
metaphor,
personification)

All Because You


Kissed Me Good
Night

Identify figures of
speech that show
contrast (irony,
oxymoron,
paradox)

My Dad is a
Secret Agent

Figures of Speech

Determine tone,
mood, technique,
and purpose of the
author
Draw similarities
and differences of
the featured
selections in
relation to the
theme

a. define poetry as
a genre of
literature
b. review elements
of poetry
presented in class
c. identify the
different figures of
speech found in
poems
d. define simile,
metaphor,
personification,
etc.
e. find concrete
objects that
represent oneself
f. recognize the
difference of

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Good
Example
We must be
persons who
can be of
good example
for the next
generation,
despite
modernization
Love
Appreciate
the love and
care given by
the people
around us.
Family
Belongingne
ss
Our fathers,
no matter

Choral Response
Students respond
verbally at the
same time after a
cue.

Popcorn reading
activity
Students take turns
in reading a
particular selection
Concept Mapping
Distinguishing one
literary genre from
another

RSQC2
Recall,
Summariz
e,
Question,
Connect

Collage
Making
Representati
on of
Oneself: My
Personal
Metaphor

PaperPencil Test
Poetry
Reflection
Paper

Coat-ofArms
Making
Create their
coat of arms
that best
represents
themselves

Paradox of
Our Age:
Roads to
Greatness
p. 285
All Because
You Kissed
Me
Goodnight
& My Dad
is a Secret
Agent:
ONLINE
RESOURCE
S
English
Exercises:
Figures of
Speech, p.
105

poetry from other


literary genres
g. write their own
poetry with two or
three figures of
speech
October
2016
Week 1

Dreams and
Lifes True
Adventures by
Francis Kong

Predicting
Outcomes

An Appointment
in Samarra :
Fiction

Week 2

Make predictions
about the contents
of the texts listened
to

Predict the gist of


the material viewed
based on the title,
pictures, and
excerpts of the
material viewed
Infer thoughts and
feelings expressed
in the text listened
to

a. predict possible
outcomes in a
story
b. reason out
possible outcomes
to a problem
c. recognize cause
and effect
relationships
d. write possible
outcomes of an
event with
grammatically
correct sentences

how they
look, what
their works
are, deserve
to be love and
respected
Preparednes
s
Sometimes
we need to
foresee
possible
scenarios for
us to be
spiritually,
emotionally
and physically
prepared.

Stop-and-Go
Activity
(Road to
Greatness, p.
200)

Reflection
Papers
Open-Group
Discussion

Likert Scale
Game:
Agree? Disagree?

Culminating Tasks
Review Week
SECOND PERIODICAL EXAMINATIONS

THIRD GRADING PERIOD


CONTENT STANDARD:
TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Journal
Writing

PERFORMANCE STANDARD:

News
Reporting
Outcomes of
an Event

Road to
Greatness:
Dreams
and Lifes
True
Adventures
pp. 200203
An
Appointme
nt in
Samarra:
Online
Resources

The learner demonstrates understanding of


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 correct
subject-verb agreement.

Time
Frame

THIRD
PRELIM

Week 3

Content

The Sounds
of English:
Long and
Short Vowel
Sounds

The Prosodic
Features of
Speech

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Learning
Competencie
s

Learning
Outcomes/Object
ives

Use the
appropriate
prosodic
features of
speech during
interviews,
discussions
and forums

a. differentiate
long from short
vowel sounds

Express ideas,
opinions,
feelings and
emotions
during
interviews,
group/panel
discussions,
forums/fora,
debates, etc.

b. produce
different kinds of
vowel sounds
c. apply prosodic
features of speech
in casual and
formal
conversations
d. produce long
and short vowel
sounds
e. enumerate the
different prosodic
features of speech.

The learners shall be able to:


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 of speech effectively in various situations; and observing
correct subject-verb agreement.

Christian
Values
Integration

Communicat
ive
Competence
Good oral
communicatio
n emanates
from our vast
knowledge on
different
sounds of
vowels and
consonants

Diagnostic/Forma
tive

Know-WonderLearn Chart

Assessment
Summative
WW
PT
Task
Sheets

Intervie
ws

Pronuncia
tion
Checklist
(for
speech
lab
activities)

Discussio
ns
Forums
Individua
l Vowel
Producti
on
(Speech
Laborato
ry)

REFERENC
E
QA
Speech
Matters
book, p.13

Week 4

Word Clines

Categorize words or
expressions
according to shades
of meaning

Collocations

Identify
collocations used in
a selection

November
Week 1 and 2

REVIEW:
Transitive
and
Intransitive
Verbs
ACTIVE AND
PASSIVE
VOICE

Use the passive and


active voice
meaningfully in varied
contexts

a. Identify
collocations in a
sentence/paragrap
h
b. Explain why
collocations are
used in making
meaning or
expressions clearer
c. Identify the
common forms of
collocations:
adverb +
adjective; adjective
+ noun; verb +
adverb ; noun +
noun; verb + noun;
noun + verb; verb
+ expression with
preposition
a. review prior
knowledge on
basic sentence
patterns
b. identify whether
the verb is
transitive or
intransitive
c. differentiate
active voice from
passive voice

Belongingne
ss
Just like
collocations,
we are joined
together as
humanity:
strong in faith
and love.

Observation
Anecdotal
records
Checklists
(SelfAssessment)

Competence
Knowledge in
all aspects
makes one
competent.
He/She can
contribute for
the
betterment of
the society
Perseveranc

TEACHING GUIDE IN ENGLISH

Dictionary Game
Given a set of
vocabulary terms,
students sort in to
given categories or
create their own
categories for
sorting.

Board work

Task
sheets

Word of
the Day
Reportin
g (5-day
challeng
e)

Paperpencil
tests

Journal
writing

Teachermade task
sheets

Mnemoni
c devices
Students
make
their own
mnemonic
in
memorizin
g the
sentence
pattern of
active and
passive

Knowledge
quiz
Think-Pair-Share
(for review
purposes)

ONLINE
RESOURCES

Roads to
Greatness p.
72
(S TV DO
patter)

Online
Resources

d. make their own


formula for active
and passive voice
sentence patterns
using a mnemonic
device.

e
If one
perseveres,
he/she can
achieve
greatness

voice.
Graphic
Organizers
`Picture
Captioni
ng

e. construct
meaningful
sentences with
transitive and
intransitive verbs.
f. construct active
and passive voice
sentences.
THIRD PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS
THIRD
PERIODICA
L
November

Direct and
Reported
Speech

Week 3 and
Week 4

Use direct and


reported speech
appropriately in varied
contexts

Follow steps in a
process

a. differentiate direct
and reported speech
b. use direct and
reported speech in
various situations
c. follow the steps in
converting direct from
reported speech
d. formulate direct
speech forms
e. formulate reported

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Harmony
and Good
Communicat
ion
Using
different
features of
language in
good
communicatio
n promotes
harmonious
living in the
society

Guess-the-Quote
Teacher presents
different quotes
from movies,
students identify
them.

Task
Sheets

Quiz Bee

Teachermade
tests

Role
Playing
Activity

Language in
Literature,
p. 425-429

Reportin
g
Interview
a school
personnel
then
present it
in class

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Video
Presenta
tion
(Of
interview)

speech forms
f. present a short play
that depicts the
advantages of good
information
dissemination

Week 5

Hyponyms
and Partitives

Determine words or
expressions with
genus-species
(hyponymous)
relations in a selection
Identify words or
expressions with partwhole (partitive)
relations

a. define hyponyms
and partitives
b. determine genusspecie relationship of
words
c. determine
hyponymous
relationship of words
in a sentence
d. use partitives and
hyponymous relations
to express complete
thoughts
e. share to the class
their insights about
the lesson thru
various activities
f. device categories
and sub-categories to

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Belongingne
ss
A person is a
person no
matter how
small.
Whatever our
role in the
society is, we
are still loved
by the Divine
creator.

Category Quiz:
Guess the G7
Saint
Gemstones
(Determining
Hypernym and
Hyponym)

Task
sheets:
Word
Analysis

Journal
Writing

Word
Sort
Group
Activities:
Graphic
Organizer

Paragrap
h writing
(with
appropriate
partitives)

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cluster ideas.
December
Week 1

Past and Past


Perfect
Tenses

Use the past and past


perfect tenses
correctly in varied
contexts

a. distinguish past
tense from past
perfect tenses.
b. determine the
proper past tense to
be used

Compose a personal
letter to a friend,
relative, and other
people

Three
Letters from
Teddy
Parts of a
Letter

Identify the authors


intentions for writing

c. write grammatically
correct sentences with
past and past perfect
tenses
d. identify the parts o
a friendly letter
e. identify the
different letter styles.

Making a
difference
We make a
difference in
todays
society by
looking at the
worst things
that
happened in
the past.
Through this,
we learn from
our mistakes
and do better
for the
common
good.

ABCD Whisper
(Rex Bookstore
Handout)

KWL Chart

Proofreading
activities

Identificat
ion
(PaperPencil
Task
Sheets)

Journal
Writing

Roads to
Greatness,
p. 156-157;
Three
Letters from
Teddy p. 221
English
Exercises, p.
30

Making a
letter

f. write a letter to a
friend, a family
member and a teacher.
Week 2

Distinguishin
g Facts from
Opinions;
Fantasy from
Reality
The
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Distinguish fact from


opinion, fantasy from
reality in the text

a. distinguish fact
from opinion; fantasy
from reality
b. identify factual and
opinionated
statements from

Accountabili
ty
You are
accountable
for everything
that you are
going to say.
Remember
that words

Philosophical
Chair
Given a prompt,
class goes to the
side that
corresponds to
their opinion on the
topic, side share
out reasoning, and

Task
Sheets,
Paper
Pencil
Tests

Intervie
w&
Reportin
g
Students
interview
a school
personnel
about a

p. 142,
Roads to
Greatness:
The
Mysterious
Stonehenge
p. 144,

Mysterious
Stonehenge

various articles

are painful
than a knife.

c. give opinions on
the latest
news/controversies of
the nation

students are
allowed to change
sides after
discussion.

particular
controver
sy. They
must
report the
opinion of
the
personnel
afterward
s.

Roads to
Greatness:
Fact,
Opinion,
Fantasy,
Reality

THIRD PERIODICAL EXAMINATIONS

FOURTH GRADING PERIOD


CONTENT STANDARD:

PERFORMANCE 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 correct subject-verb
agreement.

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 of speech effectively in various situations; and observing
correct subject-verb agreement.

Time Frame

FOURTH
PRELIM
January

Content

Features of
Literary
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Learning
Competenc
ies

Learning
Outcomes/Object
ives

Discover through
Philippine
literature the need

a. determine the
elements of drama;

Christian
Values
Integratio
n

Diagnostic/Forma
tive

Nationalis
m

Graphic
Organizers

Assessment
Summative
WW
PT

Personal
and

Role
Playing

REFERENCE
Q
A
Language in
Literature, p.
363

Week 2

Genres of the
Contemporary
Period
The DRAMA

to work
cooperatively and
responsibly in
todays global
village

b. identify the
elements of drama
found in the story
of the New Yorker
in Tondo

The New
Yorker in
Tondo

Identify the
distinguishing
features of
selected literary
genres during the
Contemporary
Period

c. appreciate our
culture as Filipinos
by making an
informative essay;

We must
not be a
hypocrite.
Loving our
culture
means
loving our
ancestry
and
national
heroes as
well.

informativ
e essay

Activity

Tableau

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Paper

Compose simple
informative texts

Week 3
Imperatives
and
Prepositions

Use imperatives
and prepositions
when giving
instructions

a. determine
prepositions and their
usage;
d. determine
imperatives in a
sentence
c. construct
grammatically correct
sentences with
prepositions
d. use prepositions in
casual conversations

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Obedienc
e
Following
rules
around us
will make
us better
citizens of
this
country.

Idea Spinner
(refer to Rex
Bookstore
Handout)

Proofreadi
ng
Activities
PaperPencil
Tests
Prepositio
n task
sheets

Role Playing
activity
(proper
prepositions)

Roads to
Greatness:
Preposition,
p.
116,117,118,
164

Week 4

Context Clues
and its types
Letter of
Condolence
by Oliver
Flores

February
Week 1

Words with
Multiple
Meanings

Use lexical and


contextual cues in
understanding
unfamiliar words
and expressions

Discover through
Philippine literature
the need to work
cooperatively and
responsibly in
todays global
village

Use lexical and


contextual cues in
understanding
unfamiliar words
and expressions

a. read the story


Letter of
Condolence
b. identify the
elements of fiction
found in the story
c. define context clues
and its usage
d. use context clues in
finding the meaning
of a difficult word
encountered in a text.

a. define homographs
b. identify words with
multiple meanings in
a sentence
c. give possible
meanings to a word
with multiple
meanings

Week 2
Verbal Analogy
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Analyze

a. identify the

Persevera
nce
One finds
the answer
if he/she
perseveres.
Anything
can be
achieved if
one is a
hardworkin
g
individual.

Reading
Activities
(Reading Cards @
AVR)

Respect
People
have
negative
and
positive
traits. We
must
respect a
person no
matter
what
his/her
traits are.

Picture Analysis
(Gestalt
Psychology)
Pictures with
multiple images

Task
sheets on
multiple
meanings

Journal
Writing and
Reflection
Writing

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RESOURCES

Open to

Think-Pair-Share

Task

Journal

English

Dictionary Game

Task
sheets on
reading

PaperPencil
Tests

Journal
Writing

Reflection
Writing

Roads to
Greatness, p.
81-83, 197.
Letter of
Condolence,
p. 76

relationships
presented in
analogies
Supply other words
or expressions that
complete an
analogy

appropriate series of
words for a given
analogy based on its
classification/bridges;
b. supply words or
expressions that
complete an
analogous series of
words or expressions
based from the
advertisements
presented;
c. formulate a
personal analogy
about life

Growth
and
Change
Students
realize that
if they
think of
possible
solutions to
a problem,
they are
actually
making a
difference
in their
lives and in
the
community.

sheets
(English
Exercises)
Paperpencil
tests

writing

Exercises. p.
76

Word
Analysis
Output

FOURTH PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS

FOURTH
PERIODICA
L

Poetry: The
Song of the
Traveler

Week 3

Predict the
outcomes of a
verbal exchange
listened to and their
possible effects on
the speakers
Make
generalizations
from different text
types
Express
appreciation for
sensory images
used

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a. read the poem The


Song of the Traveler
b. identify the
elements of poetry
found in the poem
c. make inferences
from the poem
d. make conclusions
based from the
inferred ideas from
the poem

Christcenteredn
ess
The
challenges
that we
encounter
in our lives
will make
us infer
that God is
not with us.
However,
we must
bear in
mind that

Choral Reading

Poetry Analysis
(per line)

A-B-C Summaries
(After reading
the poem)

One Word

Individua
l Graphic
Organize
rs

Drawing
Students
draw what
they can
infer from
the poem.

Roads to
Greatness, p.
230-232

e. identify imagery
from the poem

these
challenges
are made
by God to
hone us
and shape
us to
become
someone
who will
make
humungou
s changes
in this
world.

Summary

Identify words or
expressions used in
a selection that
show varying
shades of meaning
(gradients)

a. arrange the words


in their degree of
category through a
cline

Word Sort

Task
sheets

Likert Scale
Activity
(Intensity of
words)

Paperpencil
tests

Create or expand
word clines

b. use appropriate
words in a sentence
through making a
cline

Civicmindedne
ss
People
have
different
shades of
personality.
All we need
to do is
respect the
differences
appreciate
the
diversity of
life that

Making Simple
Inferences

Week 4

Word Clines

c. discover the beauty


of different shades of
meaning thru a
journal writing
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PictureMaking
The Ladder
of Words

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activity.
March
Week 1

Recognizing
Punch Lines

Outline
making

Express
appreciation for
entertaining texts
(anecdotes, jokes,
fables, myths, tales)
by recognizing the
punch lines
Discover through
Philippine literature
the need to work
cooperatively and
responsibly in
todays global
village

a. read comic strips;


b. identify the punch
line found in the
comic strip story
c. create an outline
about the informative
material.

Organize
information read
into an outline

Week 2

Sarimanok

Formulating
WH Questions

Formulate
meaningful
expressions

Formulate who,
what, when, where,
why, and how
questions
Formulate short
replies

a. read the story


Sarimanokby
Araceli Villamin
b. formulate
meaningful questions
after reading the story
c. answer WH
questions properly
d. identify the
elements of fiction

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God has
given us.
Kindness
We always
hear jokes
everywhere
.
Remember
that jokes
are
intended
for us to be
happy and
not bullied.
Kindness is
still
important.

Curiosity
In some
instances,
curiosity is
a good
trait.
Asking
questions
leads to
knowledge
which will
pave way
to success
and

Video Analysis

Silent reading
activities

Journal
Writing

Comic Strip
Making
(Cartoon
Dialog)

Reflectio
n Writing

Role
playing
activity,
Sitcom

Roads to
Greatness, p.
216

Outlining

Web and Concept


Mapping

Task
sheets

Misconception
check

Paperpencil
tests

Role
playing
activity

Roads to
Greatness, p.
160

Week 3

Writing a
Biography

Compose a
biographical sketch
based on a personal
interview and
background
research

found in the story


Sarimanok.

achieveme
nt of our
dreams.

a. read a biography of
a famous Filipino
inventor, scientist, or
writer.

Good
Example
Biographie
s are
written so
that the
good traits
of a
personality
will be
imitated.
Youngsters
will be
influenced
by the
personality.

b. identify the
qualities of a
biography.
c. write their own
biography based on
formulated WH
questions as guide.

Clustering Ideas

Concept Mapping

FINAL EXAMINATIONS FOR ENGLISH 7

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Writing
Drills
(completi
on of final
project)

Biography
of Oneself
(Autobiogra
phy)

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