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  • 1. Sequencing Major Events/Ideas in a Selection I. Learning Objective • Sequence the major events/ideas in a selection II. Subject Matter A. Topic: Sequencing the Major Events/Ideas in a Selection B. Text: A Recipe for Brownies C. References: PELC 6.1 (Reading) Developing Reading Power V pp. 68-70 Practice Exercises in English V p.80 D. Materials: recipe and exercises written on charts III. Procedure Preparatory Activities Review Study the sample outline given below. Use it as a guide in retelling the story. I. Planting a Garden A. Choosing Seeds 1. Tomatoes 2. Lettuce II. Taking Care of the Garden A. Pulling the Weeds B. Watering the garden Value Focus: Neatness and cleanliness
  • 2. Motivation 1. Present the comics strip 2. Ask: What does Marie say about the brownies? Introduce the title and the author of the story. Motive Question What are the ingredients in baking brownies? Unlocking of Difficulties Find a word in the puzzle that fits the meaning listed below it. Encircle the word. 1. E A T G R E A S E D R E S S E R (GREASE) 2. G I F T E D E A R S I F T E A R (SIFT) 3. S E T S P R E A D I S T R I C T (SPREAD) 4. M I X T U R E M I X D E G R E E (MIXTURE) 5. W I S H I L L D I S H A N G E R (DISH) How does my brownies taste? Oh! It tastes very delicious. Could you please teach me how to bake brownies?
  • 3. 1. to coat or lubricate with oil 2. to put through a screen 3. to distribute evenly over a surface 4. something made by mixing 5. bowl for food B. Developmental Activities Presentation Read the recipe A Recipe For Brownies Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Grease an eight inch square baking dish. In a mixing bowl, put two ounces of unsweetened chocolate and 1/3 cup of butter. Put the bowl in a pan of hot water and heat it to melt the chocolate. When the chocolate is melted, remove the pan from heat. Add 1cup of sugar. Add two eggs to the melted chocolate and beat it. Next, stir in ¾ cup of sifted flour ½ teaspoonful of baking powder ½ teaspoon salts ½ cup of chopped nuts Spread the mixture in the greased baking dish. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes. The brownies are done, when a toothpick stuck in the center comes out clean. Let the brownies cool. Cut them into squares. Discussion and Analysis Have pupils 1. Answer the motive question. 2. Comprehension Check-up a. What is the first step in baking? b. When is the flour added to the mixture? c. How would you know if the brownies are cooked or done? d. When is the cake cut into serving size? e. How long should the baking be done?
  • 4. Value Integration 1. Why does your Mother strictly follow the procedures in baking? 2. If you were Mother, would you also use an apron and cooking gloves when baking? Why? Skill Development 1. Arrange the steps in baking brownies in the correct order. Number them from 1-7 (2) a. Melt chocolate and butter in a mixing bowl over a pan of hot water. (1) b. Turn oven to 350 degrees and grease the pan. (7) c. Cool brownies and cut into squares. (5) d. Spread mixture in a baking dish. (3) e. Beat in 1 cup sugar and 2 eggs. (4) f. Stir in flour, baking powder and salt. (6) g. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes Generalization a. How is sequencing of events done? (Sequencing of events is done by arranging the events/happenings in their true/correct order.) C. Post Activities Application Read the dialogue. Sequence the events as they happen in the dialogue. Rewrite the sentences in correct order. At The Cemetery father: Tomorrow we’ll go to the cemetery, it’s All Saints Day. Romeo: Yipes! I’ll see again my friends. Aramae: We’ll see our cousin and relatives, too! Aunt Lyn will surely be there. mother: Oh, you’ll see many things. By the way your cousins from Batangas will come, too. Romeo: Why are they coming over? Don’t they have cemetery in their town? mother: Of course, they have. All parts of the country celebrate All Saints Day. But they’ll visit the tomb of grandfather and grandmother. Behave well there, you might get lost.
  • 5. 1. Romeo will see his friends. 2. The family will go to the cemetery on All Saints Day. 3. Mother reminded her children to behave in the cemetery. 4. Aunt Lyn will surely be there, too. 5. They will see their cousins from Batangas. b. Read the following selection. Then do the exercise that follows. Agapito Flores was an electrician from Tondo, Manila. One day he went to Malacañang. He wanted to show President Manuel L. Quezon something he had invented. It was a long glass tube. Agapito said it was an electric bulb. Quezon did not know what to do with it, so Agapito went home sad. A Frenchman heard about Flores and his invention. The Frenchman helped Flores to go to Paris so that the invention would not be copied by other people. Later a big electric company in the United States bought the light bulb. They made millions of light bulbs like it. Many people in the world bought the long glass light bulb. This long glass light bulb is now called the fluorescent lamp. Its inventor was a poor Filipino electrician, Agapito Flores. Sequence the following events in the order in which they happened in the selection. Number them from 1 to 5. _(3)_ a. President Quezon did not know what to do with Agapito Flores’ invention. _(4)_ b. A Frenchman heard about Agapito’s invention. _(2)_ c. Agapito Flores talked to President Quezon about his invention. _(1)_ d. Agapito Fores invented an electric light bulb. _(5)_ e. An electric company in the United States bought Agapito Flores’ invention. Enrichment Read and understand the selection carefully. Arrange the events listed below in their order by writing no. 1 to 5. Mother took us to Bicol last vacation. She took us to see many beautiful spots. I saw Mt. Mayon for the first time. We went to Mayon Rest House way up to the volcano. We visited the ruins of the old church buried at its foot. I saw shrimps and crabs from the boiling water of Tiwi Hot Springs. I didn’t wonder why mother is so proud of her home province.
  • 6. (3) a. We went to the Mayon Rest House way up to the volcano. (4) b. We visited the ruins of the old churh. (2) c. I saw Mt. Mayon for the first time. (1) d. Mother took us to Bicol last summer. (5) e. Mother is proud of her home province. IV. Evaluation Read the paragraph below. Arrange the following sentences as they occur in the story. Number them from 1 to 5. The Red Sweater Lourdes opened her piggy bank. She counted her money carefully and went straight to a down store. She looked with longing at the bright new sweater on display at the store window. She wanted to inquire about the price but when was about to go in, she stopped and hesitated. She looked at the sweater with regret and returned the money back in her pocket. (3) a. She looked with longing at the bright new sweater on the display window. (2) b. She counted her money carefully and went straight to a downtown store. (1) c. Lourdes opened her piggy bank. (5) d. She looked at the red sweater with regret and returned the money in her pocket. (4) e. She wanted to inquire about the price but she stopped and hesitated. V. Assignment Read the sentences below. Arrange each sentence in the proper order. Number them from 1-5. (5) a. She forgot to do her work. (2) b. She said she had lots of things to do. (1) c. Gina came home. (3) d. She turned on the TV while doing her work. (4) e. The show was very interesting.
  • 7. (3) a. We went to the Mayon Rest House way up to the volcano. (4) b. We visited the ruins of the old churh. (2) c. I saw Mt. Mayon for the first time. (1) d. Mother took us to Bicol last summer. (5) e. Mother is proud of her home province. IV. Evaluation Read the paragraph below. Arrange the following sentences as they occur in the story. Number them from 1 to 5. The Red Sweater Lourdes opened her piggy bank. She counted her money carefully and went straight to a down store. She looked with longing at the bright new sweater on display at the store window. She wanted to inquire about the price but when was about to go in, she stopped and hesitated. She looked at the sweater with regret and returned the money back in her pocket. (3) a. She looked with longing at the bright new sweater on the display window. (2) b. She counted her money carefully and went straight to a downtown store. (1) c. Lourdes opened her piggy bank. (5) d. She looked at the red sweater with regret and returned the money in her pocket. (4) e. She wanted to inquire about the price but she stopped and hesitated. V. Assignment Read the sentences below. Arrange each sentence in the proper order. Number them from 1-5. (5) a. She forgot to do her work. (2) b. She said she had lots of things to do. (1) c. Gina came home. (3) d. She turned on the TV while doing her work. (4) e. The show was very interesting.

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