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  • 1. Unit 1 Knowing Myself Chapter 1 Knowing My Inner Self Lesson 1 Tracing My RootsI. Hits At the end of this lesson, the pupils should be able to 1. match words with their meanings; 2. recognize words using consonant blends in the initial position; 3. participate in dyad and collaborative activites; 4. talk about themselves and other topics through oral and written communication; and 5. show an appreciation for their blessings.II. RSS Feed A. Title of the Selection: I Am a Gift B. Values Integration: gratitude C. Materials: examples of words with initial consonant blendsIII. Live Streaming 1. Facilitate the activity in Connect. Process the activity afterward. 2. Have the pupils work on the activity in Search. Check their answers afterward. 3. Ask the motivation questions in Download. Have the pupils share their answers with the class.
  • 2. 4 Let the class read the selection silently. 5. Divide the class into groups. Assign to each group a paragraph or two from the selection. Have each group read their assigned paragraphs aloud. 6. Check the pupils’ understanding of the selection by having them answer the comprehension questions in Click. You can do this by pairs or by groups. Ask questions through “Stir the Teams.” Assign teams (1–4); let the teams discuss their answers to the questions. Stir the team by calling a number for class sharing. Check their answers afterward. 7. Discuss initial consonant blends as presented in Link. Give more examples of words with initial consonant blends. Then have the pupils work on the activities in Link. Check the pupils’ answer through a graded recitation. 8. Ask the pupils to accomplish the activity in Upload. Allot enough time for the sharing activity.IV. Update arapaho.nsuok.edu/~gieseb/4323/phonicsterminology.html2 Reading Works! 3
  • 3. Lesson 2 A Little Act of SacrificeI. Hits At the end of this lesson, the pupils should be able to 1. recognize what the given pictures are showing; 2. use configuration clues in figuring out the meaning of unfamiliar words; 3. recognize words through final consonant blends; 4. infer that simple sacrifices can make other people happy; 5. write a paragraph about an act of sacrifice they have done; and 6. realize the importance and implications of making simple sacrifices.II. RSS Feed A. Title of the Selection: Oh, Boy! B. Values Integration: sacrificing for others C. Materials: examples of words with final consonant blendsIII. Live Streaming 1. Present to the class the pictures in Connect. Activate the pupils’ prior knowledge by processing the activity with them. Summarize all the given answers and come up with one gist statement. (Explain that a gist statement is a one-liner reaction or comment.) 2. Have the pupils work on the activity in Search. Check their answers afterward. 3. Ask the motivation questions in Download. Process the pupils’ answers. 4. Let the class read the selection silently. Teacher’s Manual 3
  • 4. 5. Check the pupils’ understanding of the selection by asking them to answer the comprehension questions in Click. Then facilitate a sharing of answers. 6. Review initial consonant blends. Call on pupils and have them list words with initial consonant blends. After the review, discuss final consonant blends. Give more examples. After the discussion, let the pupils work on the activities in Link. 7. Ask the pupils to accomplish the activity in Upload. Facilitate a sharing of answers afterward. 8. End the lesson by summarizing the important points discussed.IV. Update • http://www.onlinemathlearning.com/phonics-online-5.html • http://www.pronuncian.com/Podcast/default.aspx?Episode=1154 Reading Works! 3
  • 5. Chapter 2 Developing Social Skills Lesson 1 Showing RespectI. Hits At the end of this lesson, the pupils should be able to 1. recognize courteous expressions and use them in applicable situations; 2. use context clues to figure out the meaning of unfamiliar words; 3. note explicit and implied details in a story; and 4. participate actively in a group role-playing activity.II. RSS Feed A. Title of the Selection: Little Miss Courteous B. Values Integration: 1. courtesy 2. respect C. Materials: interactive reading guides, props for the role-playIII. Live Streaming 1. Let the pupils answer the activity in Connect. Ask why they have to use courteous expressions. Process the pupils’ answers. Make sure they realize the importance of using courteous expressions. 2. Have the pupils work on the activity in Search. Check their answers afterward through a graded recitation. 3. Ask the pupils the questions in Download. Process the pupils’ answers. 4. Let the pupils read the selection. Teacher’s Manual 5
  • 6. 5. Check the pupils’ understanding of the selection by letting them answer the comprehension questions in Click. Then check their answers by discussing them in class. 6. Discuss the lesson in Link. Give examples of explicit and implied details in the selection. Then let the pupils work on the activities in Link. Check their answers afterward. Give more activities if needed. 7. Facilitate the activity in Upload. Divide the class into five groups and assign different situations that require the use of courteous expressions. Suggested situtations: 1. Calling an office to inquire about something 2. Talking to an elder 3. Asking permission to go out of the classroom 4. Answering a phone call 5. Asking someone a favorIV. Update http://www.byrdseed.com/differentiating-comprehension-skills-noting-details/6 Reading Works! 3
  • 7. Lesson 2 Learning How to ObeyI. Hits At the end of this lesson, the pupils should be able to 1. figure out the meaning of unfamiliar words using context clues; 2. define two-step directions; 3. follow simple two-step directions; 4. give clear two-step directions; 5. name ways to show obedience to achieve harmonious relationships with other people; and 6. participate actively in class activities.II. RSS Feed A. Title of the Selection: An Obedient Child B. Values Integration: obedience C. Materials: graphic organizer, paper, pencilIII. Live Streaming 1. Let the pupils answer the activity in Connect. Process the activity by discussing what the pupils discovered about their obedience quotient. Then guide the pupils in inferring the importance of obedience. 2. Have the pupils work on the activity in Search. Check their answers afterward through a graded recitation. 3. Ask the questions in Download. Process the pupils’ answers by discussing them in class. 4. Give the pupils ample time to read the story. Then have them fill out the graphic organizer on the next page. Guide them accordingly. Teacher’s Manual 7
  • 8. What kind of problem did Who or what is causing the family have? the problem? An Obedient Child What was done to solve What could you have done if the problem? you were part of the family? 5. Check the pupils’ understanding of the selection by letting them answer the comprehension questions in Click. 6. Discuss the lesson in Link. Define two-step directions and give several examples. Then explain to the pupils how to follow two-step directions. Remind them of the importance of following directions. 7. Give the pupils enough time to work on the activities in Link. Check their answers through a graded recitation. 8. Let the pupils work on the activity in Upload. Then allot enough time for the sharing.IV. Update • http://www.elementary.ph/teacher-learning-resource/following-two-step- directions-heard • http://school.familyeducation.com/preschool/activity/30334.html8 Reading Works! 3
  • 9. Lesson 3 Making Friendship WorkI. Hits At the end of this lesson, the pupils should be able to 1. figure out the meaning of unfamiliar words through context clues; 2. state ways on how they can make new friends; 3. determine the main idea of the passages/paragraphs presented; 4. give an appropriate title to the selection read; and 5. write a paragraph about friendship.II. RSS Feed A. Title of the Selection: An Amazing Friend B. Values Integration: 1. valuing friendship 2. appreciation of friends C. Materials: cue cards for the comprehension questions (optional)III. Live Streaming 1. Let the pupils answer the question in Connect. Then call on volunteers to share their answers with the class. After the sharing, help the pupils come up with a list of ways to make friends. 2. Help the pupils figure out the meaning of the words in Search by facilitating a group discussion. 3. Ask the questions found in Download. Process the pupils’ answers afterward. 4. Have the pupils read the selection silently. Teacher’s Manual 9
  • 10. 5. Divide the class into two groups. Ask the pupils to form inner and outer circles. Ask the pupils in the inner circle to face outward and those in the outer circle to face inward to form pairs. Ask the comprehension questions in Click one at a time and tell each pair to answer it. Once a question is asked and answered, have the pupils in the inner circle move clockwise so that they will have new partners. Check the answers to the questions afterward. 6. Discuss the lesson in Link. Explain to the class how to get the main idea of a paragraph or passage. Then let the pupils answer the activities in Link. Check their answers afterward. Give additional activities, if needed. 7. Give the pupils enough time to accomplish the activity in Upload. Call on volunteers to share their work.V. Update • http://hubpages.com/hub/Teaching-Main-Idea • http://www.studyzone.org/testprep/ela4/h/mainideap2.cfm10 Reading Works! 3
  • 11. Lesson 4 Mastering One’s EmotionsI. Hits At the end of this lesson, the pupils should be able to 1. realize the importance of controlling their emotions; 2. determine the meaning of words using context clues; 3. predict outcomes based on given situations; 4. give an appropriate ending to a given situation; and 5. provide a different ending to the given selection.II. RSS Feed A. Title of the Selection: Discovering Self-Control B. Values Integration: 1. anger management 2. self-control C. Materials: prediction cardsIII. Live Streaming 1. Give the pupils ample time to do the activity in Connect. Call on pairs to share their answers with the class. Discuss some of the given answers and then help the pupils infer the importance of controlling their emotions. 2. Let the pupils work on the activity in Search. Check their answers afterward. 3. Ask the questions in Download. Process the pupils’ answers through a smart discussion. 4. Ask the pupils to read the story silently. Then check their understanding of the selection by letting them answer the comprehension questions in Click. Check their answers afterward through a class discussion. Teacher’s Manual 11
  • 12. 5. Discuss the lesson in Link. Explain the steps on how to predict outcomes. Give sample situations and predict possible outcomes for each as a class. 6. Ask the pupils to pair up. Then give them prediction cards that contain the situations below. Have them predict possible outcomes for each given situation. Facilitate a sharing of answers afterward. a. The classroom is untidy. The pupils scattered their school materials on the floor. b. The class is unruly. c. Miguel kicked his bag. d. The teacher tapped the table using a ruler. e. The class president saw the class lining up properly even without him ordering them to do so. 7. Let the pupils work on the activities in Link. Check their answers afterward through a graded recitation. Give more activities if needed. 8. Let the pupils work on the activity in Upload. Call on volunteers to share their endings with the class.IV. Update http://math-and-reading-help-for-kids.org/grade_3_predicting_outcomes.html12 Reading Works! 3
  • 13. Chapter 3 Getting to Know My Identity Lesson 1 Revisiting the Filipino FamilyI. Hits At the end of this lesson, the pupils should be able to 1. say something about given pictures; 2. determine the meaning of words using context clues; 3. realize that Filipinos have strong family ties and good values; 4. draw logical conclusion based on given information; and 5. participate actively in class activities.II. RSS Feed A. Title of the Selection: The Filipino Family B. Values Integration: 1. harmonious relationships with family members 2. appreciation of ones’ family C. Materials: props for the role-playing activityIII. Live Streaming 1. Give the pupils five minutes to do the activity in Connect. Call on volunteers to share their answers with the class. 2. Have the pupils work on the activity in Search. Check their answers afterward through a short discussion. 3. Ask the question in Download. Process the pupils’ answers afterward. 4. Have the class read the selection. Teacher’s Manual 13
  • 14. 5. Check the pupils’ understanding of the selection by letting them answer the comprehension questions in Click. Check their answers afterward through a graded recitation. 6. Discuss the lesson on drawing conclusions as presented in Link. Explain the steps to remember in drawing conclusions. 7. Let the pupils work on the activities in Link. Check their answers afterward. Give more activities if needed. 8. Give the pupils enough time to do the activity in Upload. Draw lots to determine which group will perform first. Make sure that all of these topics will be acted out: a. Filipino homes teach values such as respect, obedience, and love. b. The preservation of customs and traditions are important to Filipino families. c. Filipinos always go home or return to their families as a sign of strong family ties. d. Filipinos have high regard for education. e. In Filipino homes, families show love and care for each member.IV. Update http://www.sanchezclass.com/drawing-conclusion.htm14 Reading Works! 3
  • 15. Lesson 2 Looking BackI. Hits At the end of this lesson, the pupils should be able to 1. describe the given pictures; 2. determine the meaning of words using context clues; 3. state some of the unique characteristics of Filipinos based on the selection; 4. define inference; 5. make inferences based on a given text or passage; and 6. create and present a promotional strategy to boost the tourism industry of the Philippines.II. RSS Feed A. Title of the Selection: Who Are the Filipinos? B. Values Integration: 1. nationalism/pride in one’s nation 2. love for the country 3. appreciation of one’s race C. Material: computerIII. Live Streaming 1. Allot five minutes for the activity in Connect. Call on volunteers to share their answers with the class. Process the given answers. 2. Let the pupils work on the activity in Search. Check their answers afterward. 3. Ask the question in Download. Process the pupils’ answers. 4. Tell the pupils to read the story silently. Teacher’s Manual 15
  • 16. 5. Have pupils answer the comprehension questions in Click to gauge their understanding of the selection. Check their answers afterward through a group discussion. 6. Discuss the lesson in Link. Provide more examples and practice exercises. 7. Let the pupils work on the activities in Link. Check their answers afterward through a graded recitation. Give more activities if needed. 8. Assign the activity in Upload as a group project. Allow the pupils to choose their group mates (limit each group to three to four members only).IV. Update http://ethemes.missouri.edu/themes/167516 Reading Works! 3
  • 17. ANSWER KEY Unit 1 Chapter 1Lesson 1: Tracing My RootsSearch 1. b 2. c 3. a 4. i 5. g 6. d 7. h 8. e 9. f10. kClick1. Nicole is the main character in the story.2. Family members should love one another.3. As the older sister, it is one of Nicole’s responsibilities.4. Parents should love and care for their children unconditionally.5. Children make their parents happy.6. Nicole showed her willingness to take care of her baby brother. Teacher’s Manual 17
  • 18. LinkActivity 1(Check the pupils’ answers.)Activity 21. fruits2. blessed3. string4. smell5. twistLesson 2: A Little Act of SacrificeSearch1. consume2. palate3. preference4. patrons5. fad6. gulp7. persistent18 Reading Works! 3
  • 19. Click1. Yuan is the main character in the story.2. The story is about a boy who made small sacrifices for his sister.3. The following traits of Yuan are described in the story: love for his sister, unselfishness, and the willingness to sacrifice.4. He saved his food and drinks for his sister.5. “Thank you! I appreciate it so much.”6. He loves his sister very much.LinkActivity 1 /sk/ /st/ musk fast mask honest tusk rest ask list disk vestActivity 21. breakfast2. past3. just4. ask Teacher’s Manual 19
  • 20. Chapter 2Lesson 1: Showing RespectConnectItems showing courteous expressions: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10Search1. d2. a3. a4. c5. cClick1. Penninah received an invitation for a sleepover/slumber party at Megan’s house.2. Penninah, Trina, Guia, and Mariz were invited to the get-together.3. The activities she will do with her friends thrilled Penninah.4. Megan wanted to celebrate her birthdy in a fun and simple way.5. Penninah’s parents thought that she is still too young and she might not know how to conduct herself as a guest.6. He or she should be courteous and respectful at all times.20 Reading Works! 3
  • 21. LinkActivity 11.  6. 2.  7. 3.  8. 4.  9. 5.  10. Lesson 2: Learning How to ObeySearch1. d2. c3. d4. c5. dClick1. Jopet’s father announced that Yaya Maring will be retiring.2. Each had to do household chores regularly.3. They could no longer financially afford to hire a new household help.4. The parents distributed the tasks according to their ages.5. Possible answer: You should do the tasks assigned to you so that your parents will not give you sermons. Teacher’s Manual 21
  • 22. LinkActivity 1 Rachelle Wash the dishes and monitor all the supplies in the house. Carlo Clean the car weekly and take care of the family’s pets. Jopet Set the table and water the plants every day.Lesson 3: Making Friendship WorkSearch1. c2. b3. a4. dClick1. Paulo felt rejuvenated.2. His best friend was nowhere to be found.3. Paulo wanted to share an appetizing snack with his best friend.4. The teacher assigned Joseph as Paulo’s buddy to help Paulo adjust better to his new surroundings and to make him feel more comfortable.5. Joseph helped Paulo adjust to his new environment, introduced him to his new classmates, and familiarized him with the school’s facilities.6. Paulo shares food and drink with Joseph.22 Reading Works! 3
  • 23. LinkActivity 11. b2. a3. a4. cActivity 21. Paulo was given a companion/buddy in Joseph to help him adjust to his new surroundings.2. Paulo and Joseph became good friends.3. Paulo showed his appreciation of Joseph by sharing with him an appetizing snack.Lesson 4: Mastering One’s EmotionsSearch1. b2. a3. c4. c5. a Teacher’s Manual 23
  • 24. Click1. He gets mad easily.2. She implemented that policy to prevent accidents from happening and to keep the classroom clean and organized.3. A person must learn to control his or her temper to prevent hurting people.4. Miguel tried counting from 1 to 10 whenever he is mad.5. They discussed things with Miguel and taught him ways on how to control his temper.LinkActivity 1 1 2 6 7 3 4Activity 2Possible answers:1. Antonio and his parents will forgive him and tell him to control his temper better.2. Miguel will be able to control his temper.3. Miguel, Antonio, and Jayvee will have fun playing.4. Miss Reyes will praise Miguel for being able to control his temper.24 Reading Works! 3
  • 25. Chapter 3Lesson 1: Revisiting the Filipino FamilySearch1. a2. c3. d4. c5. aClick1. Filipinos have close-knit families.2. Filipinos always go back to their families because of strong family ties.3. Filipino parents give their best to send their children to school because they believe that education is the key to a better life.4. Filipinos reunite with their families by celebrating different events and occasions together.5. Filipinos treasure their families by loving, respecting and caring for one another, and by spending time together.LinkActivity 1 Practice Yes No 1. Filipino families teach the values of respect, obedience, love.  2. Filipino families bond together during holidays.  3. Filipino families show strong family ties.  4. Filipino families give importance to education.  5. Filipino families are very happy people.  Teacher’s Manual 25
  • 26. Activity 21. d2. c3. c4. d5. aLesson 2: Looking BackSearch1. d2. a3. d4. d5. cClick1. Filipinos belong to the brown-skinned race.2. Filipinos show bravery by willingly defending the country’s freedom.3. The indigenous people present Filipino culture and protect the country’s resources.4. Filipinos exhibit patience, perseverance, hospitality, courtesy, and bravery regularly.5. Filipinos should be proud of their race because it is a great race.26 Reading Works! 3
  • 27. LinkActivity 1(Check the pupils’ inferences and explanations.)Possible answers:1. The Philippines is an archipelago.2. The Philippines is rich in natural resources.3. OFWs are talented and have positive work attitudes.Activity 2(Check the pupils’ inferences and explanations.)Possible answers:1. The Filipinos belong to a great race.2. It is every Filipino’s duty to protect his or her culture and natural resources.3. Filipinos protect their country’s democracy.4. Filipinos, including indigenous people, share similar characteristics. Teacher’s Manual 27
  • 28. Unit Test 1. a 2. c 3. c 4. d 5. d 6. c 7. b 8. a 9. c10. b11. d12. d13. a14. a15. a16. b17. d18. c19. d20. d28 Reading Works! 3

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