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Views Downlo 6 File size 6MB. Aktibong nakikilahok sa mga talakayan sa tungkol sa pamilyar. Langit ngato, langit baba, danum agtinga Sagot: Niyog 2. Ania ti pinarsua dios ng. Hinihikayat namin ang mga guro at ibang nasa larangan ng edukasyon na mag- ng kanilang puna at mungkahi sa Kagawaran ng Edukasyon sa [ protected] Mahalaga sa amin ang inyong mga puna at mungkahi. Isinasaad ng Seksiyon ng Bat as Pambansa Bilang Hindi maaaring magkaroon ng karapatang sipi sa ano mang akda ng Pamahalaan ng Pilipinas. Gayon pa man, kailangan muna ang pahintulot ng pamahalaan o tanggapang k ung saan ginawa ang isang akda upang magamit sa pagkakakitaan a ng nasabing akda.
Kabilang sa mga maaaring gawin ng nasabing ahensiya o tanggapan ay ang patawan ng bayad na royalt y bilang kondisyon. Pinagsikapang mahanap at mahingi ang pahintulot ng mga may karapatang-ari upang magamit ang mga akdang ito. Hindi inaangkin ng kinakatawan ng mga tagapaglathala publisher at may-ak da ang karapat ang-aring iyon.
Inilat hala ng Kagawaran ng Edukasyon Kalihim: Br. Armin A. Quijano, Ph. Nefangui : Marcelli G. Macob, Perlita P. Quinto Aidena L. Nuesca, at Vilma Alcayaga Lourdes M. Lorie Ann P. Pugad Maria Luisa D. Listen to and interact with others in a group or class discussion on texts heard b. Use common culturally-appropriate social greetings in introducing oneself 3. Identify rhyming words in poems consisting of two or three stanzas 4.
Supply rhyming words to two to three stanza poems 5. Use spelling knowledge and skills to correctly spell high frequency words appropriate to the grade level Domains 1. Oral Language a. Listening to and interacting with others in a group or class discussion on texts heard b. Phonological Awareness Identifying rhyming words in poems consisting of 2 or 3 stanzas 3. Spelling Spelling content words correctly 4. Grammar Awareness Using culturally appropriate common social greetings in different situations 6.
Topic Rhyming Words B. Quinto D. Procedure DAY 1 Objectives a. Listen to and interact with others in a group or class discussion on text heard b. Use common culturally —appropriate social greetings in introducing oneself A.
Preliminary Activities Ask: How did you spend your summer vacation? Did you enjoy your summer vacation? Motivation Say: Do you want to learn a new song about friends? Listen as I sing the song first, then later, we will sing together. Gayyemmo, gayyemko Gayyemko, gayyemmo No addatayo amin Naragsaktayo Ask: How do you feel while singing the song? Are you happy seeing some of your classmates again? Can you be friends with those whom you just met today?
What will we do? How do you introduce yourself? Siak ti maestrayo. Ni Rogelio Fernandez ti tatangko. Ni Hermelina Fernandez ti nanangko.
Maragsakanak a makakita kadakayo amin. Have pupils find a partner and tell them to introduce themselves while reciting the jazz chant. Have pupils find another partner and do the same. Inka man ibaga? Ita nagam-ammota Aggayyemtan a dua Inta pay agsala 4 Ken agkanta E. Engagement Activity Ask: How did you introduce yourself? Why is it important to use courteous expressions in introducing oneself? Evaluation Ask each pair to carry out a dialog on introducing oneself using courteous expression. Give different situations in introducing oneself 1.
Adda baro a kaeskwelaam a nakatugaw laeng iti maysa a suli, kasanoka a makiam-ammo? Napanka iti pagay-ayaman, adda nakitam nga ubing nga awan kaay-ayamna, kasanoka a makiam-ammo kenkuana? Rima: Adda gayyemko, Pudno a nadungngo, Nadayaw nga agsao, Ti amin a tao.
Iti panaki-am-ammo, Masapul nadayawtayo, Tapno kaay-ayo, Ti amin a tao. Tatta ngarud gayyemko, Ibagam man ti naganmo, Aginnabrasa ta a dua, Kalpasanna agsala. How did you introduce yourself? Use the rubrics in assessing the pupils. Detalye Naibaga ti: a. Asment Tell the pupils to list down at least three courteous expressions use in introducing oneself. DAY 2 Objectives a. Locate specific information in the text to answer specific questions b. Listen and interact with others in a group or class discussion on text heard A. Preliminary Activities 1.
Review Ask: How do you introduce yourself? What courteous expressions do you use in introducing yourself? Motivation How many members are there in your family? What are the things that you do together? Pre-reading 1. Encourage pupils to share the activities done by their family at home.
Developing a purpose for reading Ask: What do you think is the poem about? We will see if you can read with proper expression and correct intonation. Post the poem on the board so that pupils will have the chance to familiarize with the poem.
During Reading 1. First reading of the poem by the teacher. Quinto Da tatang ken nanang Da manong ken manang Tallokami nga agkakabsat Pudnokami nga agiinnayat. Ti panagdalus iti pagtaengan, Agtinnulong da nanang ken manang. Dagiti ayup met, Tarakenen da manong ken tatang. Simple man ti adda a biagmi Naragsak unay ta agtitinnulongkami Kasta ti pamiliak Napateg a gamengko iti biag. Post Reading Activity 1. Comprehension questions: What is the title of the poem? Who is the author? Who are the persons in the poem? Describe the family in the poem. Why is the family happy? Do you do the same at home?
Is your family happy, too?
What do you think makes a family happy? Pupils recite the poem by group, by pair, and by individual with correct expression and proper intonation. The teacher asks: How many lines are there? How many groups are there? How many lines are there in each group? The teacher says: These groups are called stanzas. Asment The teacher tells the pupils to bring their family picture and tells them to talk about it. DAY 3 Objectives a. Identify rhyming words in poem consisting of two or three stanza b. Supply rhyming words to two to three stanza poems A.
Preliminary Activities a. Review Ask: What is the title of the poem that we read yesterday? What is the poem about? Developmental Activity 1. Ask: How many stanzas are in the poem? How many lines in each stanza are there?
Who are the members of the family as mentioned in the poem? Ask the pupils to look for pairs of words that rhyme in the poem. Do they have the same sound? These words have the same sound, they are called rhyming words. Ask: What are rhyming words? Have the pupils give other examples of rhyming words. Write these words on the board. Engagement Activity 1. Matching Game Distribute some pictures to the pupils. At a al, pupil find your partner by looking for the picture whose name rhymes with the name of the picture.
The pair shows the picture to the class and says the rhyming words together. Fishing Game Let the pupils go fishing words are written at the back of cut outs of fish which they match with words that rhyme. Place the rhyming words in the pocket chart. Word Ladder The class is divided into four groups.
Each group is ased an area. The teacher gives each group blank word cards and pentel pen.
The teacher gives each group a word. For a given period, the group should think as many words as possible that rhyme with the word given to their group. Pupils write these words on the blank word cards.
The group who make the highest ladder wins.Adult chat Balasiw
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