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  1. 1. K to 12 School Pasong Tamo Elementary School Grade Level Six Teacher Chiqui B. Anchiboy Learning area English Teaching Dates & Time Monday, November 28, 2022 Quarter 2nd I. OBJECTIVES Grade Level Standard The learner listens critically; communicates feelings and ideas orally and in writing with a high level of proficiency; and reads various text types of materials to serve learning needs in meeting a wide range of life’s purposes. Content Standard Demonstrates understanding of text types in order construct feedback Performance Standard Uses linguistic cues to effectively construct meaning from a variety of texts for a variety of purposes Learning Competencies/ Objectives (Write the LC Code for each) At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to: 1.define bias, 2.detect biases used by speakers, EN6LC-IIIb3.1.12 3. show fairness and equality when making judgement II. CONTENT Recognize evaluative word choices to detect biases used by Speakers III. LEARNING RESOURCES A. References Teacher’s Guide Learner’s Materials Pages Textbook Pages Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) Portal SDO QC LRMS. Central Office http://lrmds.deped.gov.ph/ Other Learning Resources Video presentation, PowerPoint Presentation, Pictures IV. PROCEDURES Reviewing previous lesson or presenting the new lesson Integration: Health, ICT, GAD, Values Review: Read each sentence and identify what informational text structure is being presented. 1. The learners go to school because they want to learn. They love to listen to their teachers. They are happy to play and talk to their classmates and schoolmates. 2. COVID-19 is a very hazardous disease that easily transmits from one person to another through coughing, sneezing, or simply just opening one’s mouth. 3. The government is taking measures to prevent the rapid increase of early pregnancies. Teenagers should be guided properly and should be made aware of the consequences and harmful effects of getting pregnant at an early age. 4. First, the boy went to the market to buy vegetables; then, he stopped at the restaurant; and finally, he walked home. 5. The women living in the village don’t cut their hair as a symbol of femininity and loyalty. Their children also have the same length of hair but of different colors. B. Establishing a purpose for the lesson 4Pic1Word. Guess the word. carrots blindness eyes vitamin A C. Presenting examples/ instances of the new lesson Read. Vitamin A is an important nutrient. It is used to make rhodopsin, a pigment in our eyes. Thus, Vitamin A is necessary for healthy vision. People can develop night blindness if they do not get enough of it. Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A. Carrots should be a part of your daily diet. D. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1 Questions: How will we know if the information given is bias? How can we easily identify that the author is being biased? Say: There’s one basic rule to know if the author is bias or not. The story or idea should present both side of the story, positive and negative side should be treated equally. Going back to text, what made it biased? At first, the paragraph seems to offer good information. Would you be more skeptical if you learned that it was written by people who grow carrots commercially? How would your opinion change? The information only presented the good points of the carrots. The author did not mention that eating or digesting too much Vitamin A can make people sick. The author fails also to tell the readers that eggs and sweet potatoes are also good sources of Vitamin A. In this case, there is a bias especially it only presents the benefits of the carrots not its side effects when eating too much. E. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2 What is bias?
  2. 2. Prepared: Checked: Noted: CHIQUI B. ANCHIBOY Master Teacher I LAURA N. GONZAGA LORENZA A. PASCUA Master Teacher II Master Teacher I MARICRIS S. SANTOS Principal Bias is a subjective way of thinking that tells only one side of a story, sometimes leading to inaccurate information or a false impression. It is a judgement based on a personal point of view. It is an unfair preference or strong feeling for or against something without enough reason. It is unfair because it is based on an opinion or generalization—not on solid fact. Example: What bias can be seen in here? F. Developing mastery (leads to Formative Assessment 3) Bias Begone! Remove the statement/s that contain/s bias by writing X before the number. 1. There are many old people in our town. 2. There are many senior citizens in our town. 3. I prepare this video for my group. 4. I prepare this video for the class. 5. Those you have books can pass the test. 6. Everyone can pass the test. G. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills in daily living Bias Detective! Read each of the statements. Is it biased (Yes) or Unbiased (No) 1. Eight citizens are asked their opinions about what trash should be collected. Yes, Biased, sample size too small 2. A phone-in survey is taken by a radio station to see how many listeners enjoy jazz in the morning. Yes, Biased, response are only from listeners who decide to call in 3. Every fortieth student who enters the school is asked to name their favorite sport. No, Unbiased, systematic 4. Each math class randomly selects two students do represent their class on an advisory panel being assembled by the principal. No, Unbiased, random 5. A survey is conducted at the local shopping mall about household products used daily. Yes, Biased, only customers at the shopping mall have an opportunity to be surveyed H. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson What is bias? How will show fairness and equality and not be biased with your judgment? I. Evaluating Learning Read the questions carefully. Write the letter of the correct answer. 1. Which of the following describes a “bias”? A. a figurative language B. explains why something happened C. belief that all people are the same D. judgement based on a personal opinion 2. What bias can be seen here? Why can’t women too rule this world? A. bias against men B. bias against women C. bias against a political party D. no bias seen 3. What bias can be seen here? Black men are the best basketball players. A. bias against black men B. bias against white men C. bias against race D. no bias seen 4. What bias can be seen here? Gender Equality A. bias against men B. bias against women C. bias against gender D. no bias seen 5. What bias can be seen here? We have different religion, different languages, different color skin, but we belong to one human race A. bias against religions B. bias against languages C. bias against skin color D. no bias seen J. Additional activities for application or remediation In a bond paper, create a poster or slogan about fairness and equality. V. REMARKS VI. REFLECTION

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