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  1. 1. WELCOME!!! to the World of Knowledge and a lot … By: Russel Aporbo
  2. 2. BJECTIVES: 1. Distinguish direct speech from reported speech. 2. Explain the difference between direct and reported speech.
  3. 3. ACTIVITY I. PICTURE PERFECT. . . Direction: Write what you see in the picture through the use of callouts. Picture 1- use the circle callout. Picture 2-use the cloud callout. Picture3-use the rectangular callout.
  4. 4. Assessing the curriculum 1. Intended Curriculum 2. Implemented Curriculum 3. Achieved Curriculum
  5. 5. Purposes of Curriculum 1. Highlight Curriculum expectations 2. Gather Information about students 3. Motivate students to learn 4. Teachers’ Introspection 5. Evidence of Students ’learning 6. Feedback for improving instruction
  6. 6. Indicators to measure the Intended Curriculum 1. Are the objectives achievable within the learners’ developmental levels? 2. Can the objectives be accomplished within the time frame? 3. Are the resources adequate to accomplish the objectives 4. Are the objectives specific and clear? 5. Are there ways of measuring the outcomes of the objectives
  7. 7. Indicators to measure the Intended Curriculum 6. Are the objectives observable? 7. Are the Objectives doable? 8. Are the objectives relevant? 9. Overall, are the objectives SMARTER?
  8. 8. Intended Curriculum -It refers to a set at the beginning of any curricular plan. -it establishes the goal, the specific purposes, and the immediate objectives to be accomplished.
  9. 9. Implemented Curriculum - Refers to the various learning activities or experiences of the students in order to achieve the intended curricular outcomes.
  10. 10. Assessing the Implemented Curriculum 1. Congruency of the learning opportunities 2. Appropriateness of materials and methods 3. Teachers’ skill 4. Addressing students’ learning styles 5. Alternative learning activities 6. Providing maximum learning experiences 7. Opportunity for Multiple Intelligences
  11. 11. Achieved Curriculum -refers to the curriculum outcomes based on the first two types of curriculum. -this is considered as the product. It can be the learning outcomes or a material product itself. -this is usually described by test scores or other performance indicators measured by evaluation tools.
  12. 12. Criteria for Curriculum Assessment Criteria - are set of criteria to be followed in assessing the different elements of the curriculum. - These will determine the different levels of competencies of proficiency of acceptable task performance
  13. 13. Purpose: Goals and Objectives 1. To have focus on curriculum and instruction 2. To meet the requirements specified in the policies and standards 3. To provide students’ the best possible education and level of performance 4. To monitor the progress of the students 5. To motivate students and teachers
  14. 14. Criteria in the Formulation 1.Condition 2. Behavior 3. Criterion 4. Condition
  15. 15. General criteria in Writing goals and Objectives 1. Syntactic Correctness 2. Compliance with legal requirements 3. The “Stranger test” 4. Both knowledge and behavior are both addressed 5. The “So-what Test” 6. Individualization 7. Common sense
  16. 16. Criteria for Assessment of Instruction Supplantive Approach Generative Approach
  17. 17. SKILLS WORK Task I – Transform Task II- Sing it! Task III- Choral Reading Task IV- Lights, Camera, Action!
  18. 18. F. Free Communication Change the following direct speech to reported speech. •“ These are admirable oranges”, observes the visitor. •“They come from the plantation behind the house,” says the farmer. •The visitor fans himself and says, “The day is quite hot.” •The farmer replies, “It has not rained for quite sometime.” •The visitor looks at the sky and answers, “Rain is sure to come tomorrow.” •The farmer replies, “I think so too.” •He adds “The plants need the rain.” •The visitor says, We need it too.” •The farmer replies, “The well has not dried up yet.” •The visitor looks at the sky again and says, “The clouds are getting thicker.”
  19. 19. Evaluation Punctuate the following direct speech. Change the lower case letters whenever necessary. 1.The conductor said this bus will not leave. 2.He told the crowd get back into the line. 3.The woman requested the conductor please give me back my ticket! 4.Yes the other passengers chorused, give us back our tickets! 5.The bus driver arrived. He said we shall leave as soon as everyone
  20. 20. Construct 10 sentences of direct speech and change it to reported speed speech using the T-chart.
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