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Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
Session 3  grade 8learning standards
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  • 1. GRADE 8LEARNINGSTANDARDSIgnatius Joseph N Estroga, MA-Eng.Session 3Session 3
  • 2. ◦ give us a picture ofwhat to teach◦What students know andwhat they can do out of itStandards
  • 3. ◦Listening Comprehension◦oral language fluency◦vocabulary enhancement◦reading andcomprehension◦Literature
  • 4. ◦viewing comprehension◦Writing◦grammar awareness andstructure◦study strategies◦attitude towards language,literacy and literature
  • 5. Listening ComprehensionListen for important points signaled by stress,intonation, phrasing, pacing, tone, and non-verbal cues that serve as carriers of meaning inspecific situations.Employ projective listeningstrategies when listening todescriptive and longer narrativetexts.
  • 6. Listening ComprehensionListen to validate information,opinion, or assumption in orderto participate well in a specificcommunicative context orsituation.
  • 7. oral language fluencyVary the stress, intonation, phrasing, pacing, andtone while reading orally from a preparedmanuscript, delivering prepared lines in aperformance script, or re-enacting an episode orscene.Use appropriate verbal and non-verbalstrategies to animate a written script forpurposes of delivering information or executinga dramatic piece and other performancespeech forms.
  • 8. oral language fluencyProvide structured feedbackon the quality of spokendiscourse based on aprepared manuscript orperformance script.
  • 9. vocabulary enhancementEstablish the meaning of words andexpressions as they are used in discoursestructures and patterns.Use context clues and structural analysis toarrive at the meaning of words andexpressions.
  • 10. Spelling◦Denouement◦Beau◦Ennui◦Chutzpa◦Quay◦Tete-a-tete◦Tintinabulation
  • 11. reading and comprehensionOrganize prior knowledge concerningthe topic of reading or viewing selectionusing a variety of graphic organizers.Respond to information from a reading orviewing selection through the use of oralor written short response formats anddifferentiated group performance tasks.
  • 12. reading and comprehensionIdentify dominant literarydevices and figures ofspeech that add color andheighten meaning in thereading or viewing selection.
  • 13. Reading Comprehension Skills◦Shout the skillsyou know!
  • 14. Jack and Jill
  • 15. viewing comprehension◦Demonstrate understanding of the different texttypes and genres of programs viewed toeffectively derive information and find meaningin them◦Validate mental images of theValidate mental images of theinformation conveyed by a programinformation conveyed by a programviewedviewed
  • 16. Literature◦Discover literature as a means ofunderstanding the human being andthe forces he/she to contend with◦Discover through literature the linksDiscover through literature the linksbetween one’s life and the lives of peoplebetween one’s life and the lives of peoplethroughout the worldthroughout the world
  • 17. Parallel Text
  • 18. WritingDistinguish betweeninformational and artisticstances in written discourse andthe specific properties of eachstance.Identify common language patterns thatexist in specific written discourse
  • 19. grammar awareness andstructure1.Understands well constructed paragraphs, its structures andexpressions2.Demonstrates understanding in grammatically correctsentences3.Uses standard English conventions in interactions andtransactions; have a good command and facility toproduce in different genres
  • 20. study strategies◦Exchange and process informationsynchronously or asynchronouslywith peers and other persons forpurposes of expandingunderstanding, limiting inquiry, andbalancing views or opinions.
  • 21. Learning StylesMultiple IntelligencesAuthentic MaterialsDifferentiated Instruction
  • 22. attitude towards language,literacy and literatureExhibit the initiative to innovateindependently or in cooperation with othersin designing, presenting, and sharingexpected outputs of creative and criticalthinking concerning language, literacy, andliterature.
  • 23. ◦1. Listening Comprehension◦2.oral language fluency◦3. vocabulary enhancement◦4. reading and comprehension◦5.Literature◦6. viewing comprehension◦7. Writing◦8. grammar awareness and structure◦9. study strategies◦10. attitude towards language,literacy and literature
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