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    • Subject Outline<br />Language 2<br />SY 2011-2012<br />Subject Description<br />Language 2 is designed to help the Grade 2 pupils develop basic communication skills and give opportunities to listen, speak, read and write in simple situations. It deals with the study of the six parts of speech namely simple nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and prepositions. It aims to develop the grade I pupils such skills as spelling, capitalization and punctuations. Oral Communication skills in using simple greetings and polite expressions, reciting poems, reading conversations, dialogues, asking and answering questions are given as opportunities to use in English language communication. It includes list of spelling words, activities and projects that will enhance the aforementioned skills. <br />General Objectives<br />1. To develop the learners to perform the language function through grammatical structures.<br />1. To show mastery in recognizing the six parts of speech namely; simple nouns, pronouns, verb, adjectives, adverb and prepositions and use them in correct sentences.<br />2. To demonstrate skills in spelling, capitalizations and use of correct punctuation marks.<br />3. To build self-confidence in communication through simple practical exercises and speaking situation.<br />4. To write two to three sentences to form simple paragraph.<br />5. To develop poise and confidence in the learners in oral communication.<br />References:<br />A.Textbook<br />Beyond Boundaries 2, by Annabelle F. Baraan, et.al, Innovative Educational Materials, Inc., 2002<br />B.Other References<br />1Language Connections, by Eleneor D. Antonio, Rex Bookstore Publications, Inc. 2002<br />2.Across Boarders through Language by Erlinda Llamado et.al, Vibal Publishing House Inc., 2003<br />3.New Dynamics Series in Language by Josefina V. Suarez, JO-Es Publishing and Printing House, Inc. 1999<br />4.Basic and Beyond Language by Victoria A. Coraleja, FNB Educational Inc.,1999<br />5.Experiencing English by Rowena G. Andrada, Ateneo University Press, 1998 <br />6.Language Arts, by Librada Llamado et.al, Vibal Publishing House Inc.,1997<br />FIRST GRADING PERIOD<br /> 1. Simple Greetings<br />1.1.Hi<br />1.2.Hello<br />1.3.Good Morning<br />1.4.Good Afternoon<br />1.5.Good Evening<br />1.6.Good bye<br />2.Polite Expression<br />2.1.I’m Sorry<br />2.2.Excuse Me<br />2.3.It’s Alright<br />2.4.May I..?<br />2.5.Thank You<br />2.6.You’re Welcome<br />2.7.How are you?<br />2.8.May I know who’s calling please?<br />3.Introducing Oneself<br />3.1.Name<br />3.2.Age<br />3.3.Grade<br />3.4.School<br />3.5.Teacher<br />3.6.Address<br />3.6.1.Using live in, on and at correctly<br />3.6.2.Using born in, on and at correctly<br />3.7.Introducing a friend<br />B. Nouns<br />1. Recognition / Definition<br />2. Categories of Nouns<br />2.1 Person<br />2.2Place<br />2.3Thing<br />2.4Animal<br />2.5Events<br />3. Kinds of Noun<br />3.1 Proper<br />3.2Common<br />4. Singular Forms of Nouns<br />4.1 Using a and an<br />5. Forming Plural Nouns<br />5.1Adding-s to nouns ending in y preceded by a Vowel<br />5.2Adding-es to nouns ending in s, x, ch, and sh<br />5.3Adding es to nouns ending in o<br />5.4Changing y to I adding es to nouns ending in y<br />5.5Changing f/fe to v and adding es<br />5.6Changing the spelling<br />SECOND GRADING PERIOD<br />A. Pronoun<br />1. Recognition/ Definition <br />2. Kinds of Pronoun<br />2.1 Subject<br />2.1.1 I<br /> 2.1.2He<br />2.1.3She<br />2.1.4We<br />2.1.5They<br />2.1.6 You<br />2.2.Possesive<br />2.2.1 My - Mine<br />2.2.2Your - Yours<br />2.2.3Our - Ours<br />2.2.4Their - Theirs<br />2.2.5His - His<br />2.2.6 Her –Hers<br />2.3 Demonstrative<br />2.3.1This<br />2.3.2That<br />2.3.3These<br />2.3.4Those<br />B. Verbs<br />1. Recognition/ Definition<br />2. Kinds of Verb<br />2.1Action Verb<br /> 3. Tenses of Verb<br />3.1 Simple Tenses<br />3.1.1 Present<br />3.1.1.1 Singular Subject –s form<br />3.1.1.2 Plural Subject- base form<br />3.1.1.3 Pronoun YOU and I – base form of the verb<br />`3.1.2 Past<br />3.1.2.1 Forming Past Tense<br />3.1.2.1.1 Regular Verbs by adding d of ed<br />3.1.2.1.2 Irregular verbs by changing the spelling<br />3.1.3 Future<br />3.1.4 Present Progressive<br />3.1.4.1 Using the Be- form of verbs<br />3.1.4.2 Using helping verbs is, are, Am with –ing form of the verbs<br />4.Using Do, Does, Did in Questions<br />THIRD GRADING PERIOD<br />A. Adjectives<br />1. Recognition of Adjectives<br />2. Kinds of adjectives<br />2.1 Descriptive<br />2.2 Limiting<br />2.2.1 Articles<br />2.2.2 Numerals<br />3. Degrees of Comparison<br />3.1 Regular<br />3.1.1 Positive<br />3.1.2 Comparative<br />3.1.3 Superlative<br />B. Adverbs<br />1. Recognition/ Definition<br />2. Kinds of Adverbs<br />2.1 Manner<br />2.2 Time<br />2.3 Place<br />3. Forming Adverbs from adjectives<br />C. Preposition<br />1. Recognition/ Definition<br />2. Correct Usage of: <br />2.1in<br />2.2on<br />2.3 under<br />2.4below<br />2.5behind<br />2.6beside<br />2.7in front of<br />2.8between<br />2.9over<br /> D. Using who, what, where and when<br />FOURTH GRADING PERIOD<br />A. Phrase/ Sentences <br />1. Recognition/ Definition of phrase/ sentences<br />2. Building Sentences<br />2.1 Arranging jumbled words to form sentences<br />3. Kinds of Sentences<br />3.1 Telling Sentences<br />3.2 Asking Sentences<br />3.3 Commanding<br />3.4 Request<br />3.5 Exclamatory<br />B.Punctuation Marks<br />1. Period (. ) <br />1.1 End of Telling, Request and Commanding Sentences<br />1.2 After an initial<br />1.3 After an abbreviation of days and months<br />1.4 Titles of honor preceding the name<br />2. Question Marks<br />2.1 End of asking sentence<br />3. Exclamation Point<br />4. Comma<br />4.1 After Yes or No when they introduce sentences<br />4.2 Separate words or group of words in a series<br />5. Apostrophe (‘ )<br />5.1 Omission of letters, figures<br />6. Hyphen (- )<br />6.1 In compound numbers from twenty-one to ninety –one<br />C. Rhyming Words<br />D. Capitalization<br />1. Beginning of a sentence <br />2. Names of a particular [person, place, thing, animal and event]<br />3. Names pertaining to God, the Bible or parts of the Bible<br />4. Pronoun I<br />5. Days of the Week<br />6. Months of the Year<br />7. Titles of honor when preceding the name<br />8. Principal words in the titles of books, poems, plays, stories and pictures<br />Spelling Words<br />First Grading<br />1.bride<br />2.perfume<br />3.confused<br />4.paragraph<br />5.cheer<br />6.crazy<br />7.husk<br />8.chime<br />9.shine<br />10.Philippines<br />11.stove<br />12.might<br />13.lamp<br />14.flame<br />15.assure<br />16.shelf<br />17.drive<br />18.refuse<br />19.brother<br />20.beach<br />21.sway<br />22.window<br />23.prize<br />24.behind<br />25.blaze<br />26.wheel<br />27.huge<br />28.phone<br />29.kite<br />30.teen<br />31.pole<br />32.grow<br />33.watch<br />34.leaf<br />35.front<br />36.home<br />37.mint<br />38.teeth<br />39.muse<br />40.weak <br />Second Grading<br />1.island<br />2.humming<br />3.knee<br />4.thread<br />5.puppy<br />6.appeared<br />7.stranger<br />8.nestling<br />9.caterpillar<br />10.friendly<br />11.smiled<br />12.punished<br />13.travelers<br />14.debt<br />15.falling<br />16.thought<br />17.chore<br />18.psalm<br />19.engine<br />20.muscle<br />21.surrounding<br />22.carries<br />23.reading<br />24.teaching<br />25.waits<br />26.bunny<br />27.playmates<br />28.priest<br />29.clothes<br />30.kangaroo<br />31.joey<br />32.treating<br />33.fingerling<br />34.invited<br />35.properly<br />36.pleased<br />37.touched<br />38.hopping<br />39.wrong<br />40.replies <br />Third Grading<br />1.adjective<br />2.assistant<br />3.calcium<br />4.delicious<br />5.cottage<br />6.officer<br />7.giraffe<br />8.breathless<br />9.weather<br />10.jeepney<br />11.curly<br />12.healthy<br />13.bubble<br />14.knock<br />15.bucket<br />16.disease<br />17.bluffs<br />18.ashes<br />19.alphabets<br />20.mangoes<br />21.damage<br />22.message<br />23.silence<br />24.occupy<br />25.magician<br />26.funny<br />27.candle<br />28.thorn<br />29.garbage<br />30.hikes<br />31.behave<br />32.luck<br />33.feather<br />34.street<br />35.lovely<br />36.pieces<br />37.goodbye<br />38.gentle<br />39.thumb<br />40.party<br />Fourth Grading<br />1.breakfast<br />2.firewood<br />3.headache<br />4.porcelain<br />5.playground<br />6.weekend<br />7.hurried<br />8.exclaimed<br />9.gentleman<br />10.neighbor<br />11.painting<br />12.keychain<br />13.railroad<br />14.faint<br />15.courage<br />16.examination<br />17.honors<br />18.endeavor<br />19.reliable<br />20.gloves<br />21.prepare<br />22.mountain<br />23.languages<br />24.reference<br />25.defeated<br />26.battles<br />27.exhale<br />28.xylem<br />29.beautiful<br />30.special<br />31.reforms<br />32.coffee<br />33.float<br />34.household<br />35.forces<br />36.historians<br />37.subject<br />38.youngest<br />39.fighters<br />40.exist<br />