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English vi 4th grading


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English vi 4th grading

  1. 1. Date: __________________ Day: __________________ ENGLISH VI I. Objective:  Make inferences. Value: Love for nature II. Subject Matter: Making Inferences References: BES 6 TM, pp 122-123 Developing Reading Power 6, pp. 175-176 III.Learning Activities: A. Preliminary Activities: 1. Drill Pronunciation Lesson Read the following conversation with correct phrasing and tone of voice. Bob and Jane meet each other on the street. Jane: Hello. How are you? Bob: Just fine, thank you. How are you? Jane: Fine thanks. Bob: Where are you going? Jane: I am going to the store. Where are you going? Bob: I am going to the store, too Jane: What are you going to buy? Bob: I am going to buy some milk. What are you going to buy? Jane: I am going to buy some bread. Bob: Let’s go together. Jane: Alright B. Activity Proper: 1. Motivation Have you watched the movie “Finding Nemo”? (Tell the summary of the story if the pupils do not know the story of Nemo) What can you say about him? Was he a good fish? What lesson did you learn from that movie? (Tell the class that the story they will hear is somehow related to that movie.) 2. Unlocking of Difficulties Use of context clues a. disappointed d. stuck b. swallow e. tossed c. tug f. struggled 3. Presentation The teacher reads the short selection found on page 175-176 of Developing Reading Power. 4. Discussion a. What could have happened to Baby Fish? 1. It was eaten by a shark. 2. It was caught in a net. 3. It was caught on a fishing rod. b. Why do you think the shrimp was stuck in its mouth? 1. The shrimp was sticky. 2. The shrimp was smooth. 3. The shrimp was a bait on the hook. c. Do you think the baby Fish enjoyed his trip to the land? 1. Yes 2. No 3. Perhaps d. Why did Mother Fish allow Baby Fish to go? 1. Because Baby Fish got angry. 2. Because Baby Fish did not eat and play. 3. Because Baby Fish did not sleep
  2. 2. e. What do you think will Mother Fish do after the incident? 1. Mother will look for Baby Fish. 2. Mother will go away. 3. Mother will kill the fisherman. C. Exercise/Assimilation: Listen to the selection and be able to answer the questions that follow. 1. What do you think did Pete catch? a. A big fish b. a water weed c. a big turtle 2. What kind of fisherman was Pete? a. He was a good fisherman. b. He was an old fisherman. c. He was an impatient fisherman. 3. What did Pete do? a. went away b. threw his fishing line again in the water. c. sat on the river bank D. Generalization: What is an inference? E. Application: Listen to the selection and answer the questions. 1. Why do you think Charlie leaped and shouted in pain? a. The dog caressed him. b. He was bitten by the dog. c. He stepped on a broken bottle. d. He had a headache. 2. Why could the dog not walk? a. It was weak b. It was tied to a Balete tree. c. It has no legs. d. Its forelegs might have been sprained. 3. Do you think Charlie brought the dog home for a pet? a. Yes b. No c. Perhaps Pete’s Catch Pete considered himself a fine fisherman. He stood on the river bank as he held his fishing line with the patience only fisherman knew. Hiss heart beat faster as he felt a tug on the line. He was excited as he planted his feet firmly on the ground. He gave a big pull expecting to find a big fish at the hook of his fishing line. Disappointment clouded his face as he stared at his catch. Charlie and the Dog One night, Charlie was passing by a Balete tree on his way home from the market. He wasn’t afraid because he believed he had magical powers. He could run faster than a horse, could fly as high as a hawk, and could even swallow a monster. While walking he heard the barking of a dog. He ignored it, but the barking continued as if in pain. He put his basket down and went near the Balete tree. He found a dog whose forelegs were caught between the Balete roots. He tried to help the dog because dogs don’t bite when they are in pain. He still believed that man is a dog’s best friend instead of the other way around. Despite his help, the dog continued to moan. Charlie tried to calm the dog when all of a sudden Charlie leaped and shouted in pain.
  3. 3. IV. Evaluation: Listen to the selection and answer the test items that follow. Write the letter only. Answer the following questions. 1. Why do you think Ivy helped Aling Dely in her store? a. To know more people c. to live with Aling Dely b. To earn money d. to go back to school 2. What do you think is the occasion for buying a present for her mother? a. Birthday b. baptism c. wedding d. confirmation 3. Why do you think Amy accompanied her mother to the hospital? a. To visit a friend c. she works in the hospital b. Because she is sick d. her mother is a nurse 4. What could be Aling Dely’s reason for offering Ivy to go back to school? Ivy is ___________ a. Intelligent b. studious c. responsible d. lazy 5. From the story, do you think Ivy will go back to school? a. No b. Yes c. Maybe V. Assignment: Write sentences telling inferences. Aling Dely, A Kindhearted Woman “Why are you so early today, Ivy?” Mother asked. “I’ve got something to do at Aling Dely’s store because there is an important occasion tomorrow,” Ivy answered yawning. Without wasting time, she took a bath and prepared her Mother’s food for breakfast,lunch and supper. “Mother, everything is ready for your day’s needs. I’m off to Aling Dely’s store,” Ivy asked permission as she kissed her mother. “Be watchful on the way, Ivy,” her mother advised her. “People say that here is a black bird that can carry a person with its claws bringing them to the distant places and swallowing them,” her mother reminded her. “Besides, dogs only bite children of your age,” her mother added. “Don’t worry mother, I can manage,” Ivy assured her Mother and off she went. At the store, Ivy busily cleaned and stacked up the goods. Everything was in order when Aling Dely came. “You’re early Ivy,” Aling Dely commented. “Yes, because,Amy , my friend is not reporting today. She accompanied her mother to the hospital,” Ivy answered politely. “You’re a very responsible girl, Ivy. What grade are you in now?” “I’m supposed to finish grade six this year,but then I dropped out of school because Mother got sick and nobody would take care of her. There are only two of us in the house since Father died,” Ivy answered meekly. “Do you want to go back to school? I’ll spend for your schooling and have your mother treated,” Aling Dely sincerely offered. Ivy didn’t answer but she smiled and hope flickered in her mind. At the end of the day, Ivy helped Aling Dely close the store and she was given pay of her day’s work. The following day, Ivy bought a apair of slippers wrapped it as a present for her mother.
  4. 4. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Infer the mood of certain events through the speaker’s actions / intonations / utterances. Value: Concern for other people II. Subject Matter: Inferring the Mood of Certain Events through the Speaker’s Actions / Intonations / Utterances. Selection: Tirso’s Opinion References: Developing Reading Power 6, pp. 272-273 ELC B.5.1 p. 10 III.Learning Activities: A. Pre-Listening Activities: 1. Unlocking of Difficulties Vocabulary Development thru Pictures and Context Clues a. The naughty boys called him a coward when he didn’t fight back. b. The labor sector will hold demonstration rallies in front of Malacañang Palace due to oil price increase. c. Mang Terong looked helpless when nobody paid attention to him. d. He was called a traitor because he said bad words against his best friend. 2. Motivation Show pictures of the different clubs organized in school. Example: English Club, HEKASI Club, Math Club, etc. Which of the clubs do you wish to join and why? 3. Raising the Motive Question Why do you think the angry boys called Tirso a coward? B. During Listening: 1. Setting standards for listening. 2. Pupils listen attentively to the teacher while reading the short story with action, intonation and utterances. 3. Teacher’s supervision. C. Post Listening: 1. Answering of motive question. 2. Answering of guide questions. a. What were the boys yelling? b. To whom were they yelling? c. What did Tirso do with the angry boys? d. Who helped Tirso when he was about to pass out? e. Why do you think the boys were angry with Tirso? f. Why do you Tirso did not join them during the demonstration? g. What could have happened if Tirso joined the boys in the campus? D. Engagement Activity: Call a pupil to read the selection once more with correct action, proper intonation and utterances, then have them answer the questions below. 1. What do you think was the mood of the boys action when they yelled at Tirso? 2. What do you think was the mood of Mr. Gomez’ utterances to the boys? 3. What do you think was the mood of Tirso’s intonation when he did not join the boys during the demonstration rally? 4. What do you think is the moral lesson of the selection? E. Enrichment Activity Pupils listen to the teacher while reading the events with correct intonation, action and utterances. 1. “Christian! Cherry! Come here!” Grandmother almost shouted at her grandchildren. Question: What do you think was the mood of grandmother’s utterances when she shouted at her grandchildren? 2. One day, Alex got the surprise of his life. His father was chosen as the “Farmer of the Year” Question: If you were Alex, what would you feel after what happened? a. Happy of what happened to my father. b. Ashamed of what I had felt for my father. c. Worried of what happened to my father. IV. Evaluation: Listen to a selection and be able to answer the following questions by inferring the mood of certain events through the speaker’s actions/intonations/utterances.
  5. 5. 1. What do you think was the mood of Glenn’s action when father gave him a motorcycle? a. Glenn was ashamed b. Glen was embarrassed. c. Glen was excited. 2. What was the mood of Father’s intonation when Father answered Glenn? a. Father was glad. b. Father was humiliated c. Father was surprised. 3. What do you think was the mood of Mother’s utterances about the motorcycle? a. Mother was sad. b. Mother was worried. c. Mother was discouraged. 4. What was the mood of Glenn’s utterances about the motorcycle? a. Glenn was humble. b. Glenn was showy c. Glenn was boastful. 5. What do you think was the mood of the people’s action when they heard a loud crash? a. The people were worried. b. The people were in trouble. c. The people were delighted. V. Assignment 1. Request a member of your family to read a short selection for you, then infer the mood of certain events through the speaker’s actions/intonations/utterances. 2. Write your inferences on your notebook. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Evaluate and make judgments  Distinguish advertisement from propaganda Value: Concern for Mother Earth II. Subject Matter: Distinguishing Advertisement from Propaganda Selection: Paragraphs from “Earth Savers: A Continuing Battle to Save Mother Earth” References: BEC 9.1 p. 2 PELC 7.1 p. 10 Philippine Panorama,p 12 Growing in English VI (Language) p. 270 Materials:charts,cassette tape,flashcards,strips of cartolina III.Learning Activities: A. Preliminary Activities: 1. Pronunciation Drill Initial /f/ flow flood flatter flight flash float flame fluid flesh flunk The Graduation Gift “Thank you! O thank you Father!” cried Glenn embracing his Father tightly. “This is the best gift I have ever received in my whole life. I have prayed and longed to own one and my prayer has been answered.” “I am very glad about that,” Father said putting his arms around his son. “I waited for your graduation to buy you one.” “I am not very happy about the motorcycle,” butt in mother. “I hope it will not be a source of trouble.” “you don’t know it mother, but I have been riding Jay’s motorcycle every now and then,” said Glenn. “I can ride very well now.” One afternoon, as mother was tending her garden, she saw Glenn pass by on his motorcycle with Roland. Suddenly there was a loud crash! People were looking at the direction where Glenn turns on a curb. the flash of the fluorescent lamp fluids flowing flight of the butterflies a fly and a flea play the flute
  6. 6. 2. Unlocking of Difficulties Match the words in Column A with the meaning in Column B A B 1. advertisement a. developed 2. advertise b. to call public attention to especially emphasizing desirable qualities so as to arouse a desire to buy or patronize 3. propaganda c. supportive 4. movement d. a set of fundamental beliefs 5. evolved e. the spreading of ideas, information or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause or a person 6. innovation f. characterized by sound judgment 7. sustainable g. an organized effort to promote or attain an end 8. judicious h. fair 9. equitable i. something new 10. credo j. a public notice especially one published in the press of broadcast over the radio 3. Motivation Let’s have a guessing game. Listen to this. Is this an advertisement or propaganda? “Sleep soundly, be happy, live forever…. CONVI,Portable Bed & Mattress” available at all branches of SM Shoemart Inc. including Cebu and Iloilo, Uniwide Warehouse Club Inc., Amilgrahen Nationwide Distributors, Inc., and other department stores in Metro Manila and key cities nationwide. 4. Raising the motive Question What is the credo of the earth savers? B. Presentation: 1. First Listening Teacher reads the selection while pupils just listen. 2. Second Listening Teacher reads the second time while pupils take down notes. 3. Comprehension Check-up a. Answering motive question. b. Answering the guide questions. 1. When was the movement organized? 2. What is its objective? 3. Do you think this movement has good motive? Why? Allow the pupils to react or give their opinions or views. 4. Analysis and Discussion What type of selection is it, an advertisement or propaganda? How about the one given in the guessing game, is it an advertisement or propaganda? What is an advertisement? Propaganda? Discuss some common ways or means of propaganda. Refer to page 270, Growing in English (Language) 5. Fixing Skills Listen to the following advertisements. Find out if they are simply advertising or informing about the product or giving propaganda or false reasoning. Write advertisement or propaganda. 1. Introducing SCRAM cockroach killing system. Roach baits with pass-on kill action. Kills bugs dead. (Advertisement) 2. Use FRAGRANCE body soap. It’s the body soap of everybody on the go anywhere-at home, in school, at workplace. Keeps you fresh and fragrant all day. (Propaganda) 3. It’s SURPRISE shampoo. Use it. Makes your hair smooth and soft all day. (Advertisement) Earth Saver: A Continuing Battle to Save Mother Earth The Earth Savers Movement, which was organized in 1987, evolved into an internationally recognized body involved in various eco-scientific programs employing innovative methods to fight poverty and pollution. The movement is listed as a voluntary, private, non-profit and non-stock corporation. Its objective is to promote sustainable development, strategies underscoring population health through housing, livelihood, education and employment needs co-existing with environmental protection, the judicious and equitable use of natural resources and the preservation on indigenous heritage. With some 20,000 regular members all over the country including regional and provincial representations, an earthsaver swears by its credo of “protecting all these beautiful gifts of God has blessed our nation with.”
  7. 7. 6. Generalization How can you distinguish advertisement from propaganda? 7. Practice Exercise Group Activity Have pupils form groups, ask them to create an advertisement and a propaganda of their own. Lay them out on separate pieces of cartolina/manila paper. Make them attractive by using an illustration or drawing. Then present them in class. As the group present each, let other pupils tell whether it is an advertisement or propaganda. IV. Evaluation: Listen and write whether each one is an advertisement or a propaganda. 1. LOSE WEIGHT WHILE SLEEPING. Thanks to the surprising power of Biotic Sauna Pajama to eliminate heat. Simply put on Biotic Sauna Pajama and you will get rid of your excess fats. 2. To help you find ajob or buy anything and many others, read The Exponent of Philippine Progress since 1900, Bulletin, The Nation’s leading newspaper. 3. PARENTS. Cora Doloroso can help your children face the future with confidence: Lessons they will get on speech, poise, grooming and social graces can lead to lifetime of success. Now accepting enrollees. Makati 817-0995, Recto 735-5210. V. Assignment: Bring some clippings of advertisements or bits of propaganda from newspapers and magazines. They may also write down those they hear over the radio or TV programs. Then, have them form groups, share their clippings and discuss whether they are advertisements or propaganda.
  8. 8. I. Objective:  Use the comparative form of adverb in sentences correctly Value: Sportamanship II. Subject Matter: Using the Comparative Form of Adverb References: BES 6 Language p. 134 PELC 5.6.1 p. 26 RBEC Speaking Materials: pictures of a child, flashcards III. Procedure: A. Preparatory Activities: 1. Drill/Review Reading of the following adverbs in flashcards softly well soon orderly loudly early happily often badly worse 2. Motivation: Look at the picture posted on the board while I read to you some sentences about it. Listen carefully and take note of the adverbs used in sentences.  A child who dresses neatly is a pleasant sight.  Mother waited patiently for her child.  The little boy in blue shirt recited the poem expressively. B. Presentation  Dina speaks more softly than Joyce.  The sun shines more brightly than the moon.  Can you stay underwater longer than I can? C. Analysis and Discussion What adverbs are used to compare actions? What word is used with adverbs ending in-ly to show comparative form of adverbs? What suffix is added to adverbs like fast, long, strong, pretty to compare action of two persons or things? D. Generalization What form of adverbs is used to compare two persons/things actions? What is added to the adverb to show comparison? E. Practice Exercise Give the comparative form of the adverbs in parenthesis. 1. The boys sang the National Anthem _________(loudly) than the girls 2. Lito writes _________(neatly) with a pen than a pencil. 3. Your brother plays the guitar _________(skillfully) than I do. F. Application Here are some pictures. I want you to study each of them and be able to give sentences using the comparative form of adverbs. IV. Evaluation: Select the correct form of adverbs to complete the sentences. 1. Pilots fly the helicopter _________ than airplane. a. effectively b. more effectively c. most effectively 2. A jet soars ________ than a helicopter a. high b. higher c. highest 3. Teaching should be regarded ______noble profession than any other profession. a. highly
  9. 9. b. more highly c. most highly 4. Farmers work ________ than teachers. a. diligently b. more diligently c. most diligently 5. Your dress is ___________ embroidered than mine. a. beautifully b. more beautifully c. most beautifully V. Assignment: 1. Give sentences using the comparative degree of comparison. a. Between you and your best friend, who can work more cheerfully? b. Compare the lives in the city and the lives in the farm. 2. Give some safety rules using –ly adverbs. Example: Follow the traffic signals carefully.
  10. 10. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Differentiate between comparative and superlative forms of adverbs. Value: Fairness II. Subject Matter: Differentiating the Comparative and Superlative Forms of Adverbs References: Learning English Through Practice p. 311 PELC VI 5.6.1 p. 36 RBEC Speaking Materials: tape recorded conversation III.Procedure: A. Preparatory Activities: 1. Drill/Review Identifying the comparative and superlative forms in the following sentences.  Ramon worked well last Monday  He worked better last Tuesday.  He worked best today. 2. Motivation: Listening to tape-recorded conversation. Martha and Sophia have just watched a basketball game on their gymnasium. Listen what they say about the game. Sophia: How did you like the basketball game? Martha: Very much. The Narra team played very well Sophia: I’m sorry but I don’t think so. I would say the Molave team played better. Martha: I’m afraid I don’t agree with you. The Narra team played skillfully. Sophia: I think the Molave team played more skillfully than Narra team. The players were better prepared for the game. B. Presentation Do Martha and Sophia think the same way about the basketball team? What games have you watched lately? What do you think of the game? Let’s go over the conversation of two girls who watched a track race. Find out how they compared the participants.  Vina ran fast but Elsa ran faster.  Cherry ran the fastest in the race.  The crowd cheered enthusiastically for Vina.  The crowd cheered more enthusiastically for Elsa than Vina.  But they cheered the most enthusiastically for Cherry. C. Analysis and Discussion Who ran faster, Vina or Elsa? Who ran the fastest? For whom did the crowd cheer more enthusiastically?  Like adjectives, when use in comparing actions and descriptions, adverbs have positive, comparative and superlative forms. 1. Vina ran fast. (Positive) 2. But Elsa ran faster. (Comparative) 3. Cherry ran the fastest. (Superlative) How do the adverbs change in the comparative degree? In the superlative degree? fast faster fastest hard harder hardest soon sooner soonest Mostly –ly adverbs do this using more or less and most or least. enthusiastically recently more enthusiastically more recently most enthusiastically most recently Still other adverbs change the word as in: well better best much more most
  11. 11. badly worse worst D. Generalization What are the differences between the comparative and superlative forms of adverbs? E. Practice Exercise Give the comparative and superlative form of adverbs of the following a. tactfully f. soon b. evenly g. hopefully c. hard h. excitingly d. carefully i. much e. well F. Application Using the adverbs given, fill in each blank with the correct form of comparison. good 1. The Grade Vi pupils work _________ than the Grade V pupils. well 2. Among the staff members, pearl writes ________ when it comes to poem. fast 3. Jets are _______ than gliders. IV. Evaluation: Fill in the blanks with the correct form of adverbs in the parentheses. (fast) 1. Emmanuel walks _______than Ed. (good) 2. Among the five girls, Daisy knows _______. (often) 3. Section one children borrow books _______ than section five children. (early) 4. Mac wakes up _______ than Baby. (well) 5. Good children always act ________. V. Assignment: Complete the table on the degrees of comparison in adverbs. Positive Comparative Superlative badly __________ _________ ______ better _________ much __________ _________ late __________ _________ hardly __________ _________ ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Use words that can function as adjectives and adverbs Value: Courage and bravery II. Subject Matter: Words Used as Adjectives and Adverbs References: Learning English Through Practice p. 127 PELC 5.6.2 p. 26 RBEC Speaking 10 Materials: flaps, tape recorded selection III. Procedure: A. Preparatory Activities: 1. Drill/Review Give the word that each underlined adverb describes. What part of speech is it? 1. The cooking was quite delicious. 2. The carpenters finally finished their jobs. 3. The dog behaved badly. 2. Motivation: Class, today we’re going to listen to an interesting selection. It tells something about the theme, “LEADERSHIP”. We’re celebrating our centennial year of freedom, and it has something to do with the bravery and courage of our beloved heroes. Let us listen carefully and try to take note of the words which are used as adjectives and adverbs. Remember that adverbs are words that describe verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. Adjectives describe nouns. They are picture words. B. Presentation Have the pupils listen to a tape-recorded selection entitled “Leadership”.
  12. 12. C. Analysis and Discussion Did you enjoy listening? I’m sure you are going to be the young group of modern Filipinos who would also share the vision of David, Andres and Emilio. You can be like them in your little ways. It’s your turn to discover yourself and be a truly young Filipino. Now, can you tell us the words that have been used as adjectives and adverbs? Some words are used both as adjectives and adverbs. Study these sentences. 1. Jolina is a hard worker. 2. Jolina works hard. In what sentence is hard used as an adjective? As an adverb? 3. The fast runner won the race. 4. The boy ran very fast. In what sentence is fast used as an adjective? As an adverb? D. Generalization Hard in the first sentence is an adjective. What noun does it describe? Hard is an adverb in the second sentence. What verb does it modify? What can you say about the use of fast in the third sentence? In the last sentence? E. Practice Exercise Tell whether the underline word is used as an adjective or an in parenthesis. 1. The work is easy. 2. That is a loud noise. 3. Don’t talk too loud. 4. The audience was quiet throughout the program. 5. Try not to come late to church. F. Application There are flaps posted on the board and on them are some words and phrases. Flaps are arranged in random order. As a pupil shares an answer, she/he is asked to arrange the flaps in correct sentence form. Have the pupils arranged the sentences as to how each word is used: whether used as an adjective or an adverb. IV. Evaluation: Think – Fair – Share Pupils are divided in pairs. Each pair has a flap. Have them construct a sentence using each of the given words on the board – with reference as to how they are used, whether an adjective or an adverb. V. Assignment: Decide whether each underlined words as an adjective or an adverb. 1. Try not to come late to church. 2. The late pupils missed part of the recitation. 3. There is a saying “the early bird catches the worm”. 4. Children should come early for the presentation of the program. 5. The audience was quiet throughout the program. 6. Raymond reads the best of all the contestants. 7. He is the best reader of them all. 8. Most people in Ilocos are good weavers. 9. Maricel nailed her project to hard cardboard. 10. She nailed it hard to prevent it from falling. Leadership When David conquered Goliath, people suddenly woke up to the fact that youth, skills and intelligence can achieve many things. David did a hard work of fighting against Goliath. Even if you work hard and you think fast,but you don’t have courage and bravery, you won’t succeed. David’s fast thinking ability made him won over Goliath. One should have knowledge of what is right. The same youthful spirit filled the heroes of the Philippine revolution. They worked hard for our liberty. Andres Bonifacio was still in his twenties when he co-founded the secret Katipunan Society in 1892. He made decision carefully and acted on things intelligently. His carefuldecisions gave the will to succeed. His trusted friend and adviser Emilio Jacinto. “The Brains of the Katipunan” was even younger. He was only 18 when he joined the society in 1893. He acted more intelligently. Bonifacio and Jacinto shared a vision of a free and independent nation for the Filipino people, based on equality, justice, freedom and respect for all men and women, Both men worked hard. Their hard work made them great heroes.
  13. 13. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Talk about topics of interest using preposition and prepositional phrases.  Identify whether the prepositions/ prepositional phrases are used as adverb of time, place or manner. Value: Curiosity, appreciation of the advancement in space exploration, respect, openness, listening with eagerness, communicate clearly II. Subject Matter: Talking About Topics of Interest Using Preposition and Prepositional Phrases. References: BEC PELC VI B. 5.7 Growing in English Language VI, pp. 280-289 Materials: charts, sentence strips, word cards for titles/topics, pictures or illustrations III. Procedure: A. Preparatory Activities: 1. Drill/Review Arrange the words on the order indicated in the parentheses in order to form simple, compound or complex sentence. a is polite Liza student (S-LV-PN) shine after the sun will the rain 2. Motivation: Showing a picture on space exploration or cut outs from newspapers, clippings on space exploration. What do you know about space exploration? Is it interesting? Why? Why do you think space exploration is important? 3. Presentation Read the selection/paragraph (Growing in English Language VI p. 281) Comprehension Check: 1. What has the robocraft Lunar Prospector discovered? 2. Where is the evidence of water found? 3. With this discovery, what possibilities are the scientist thinking of? 4. What can you say about these possibilities? B. Development Activities 1. Analysis and Discussion Recall again the meaning of a phrase. Show sentences which are taken from the selection written on sentence strips. A US roborocket has discovered the pressure of water on the moon. Pools of frozen water were spotted in the dark cold shade of deep craters at the lunar poles. 2. Encourage the pupilsto give other examples of prepositions/prepositional phrases in the selection on page 281 of Growing in English. 3. Show pictures. Encourage the pupils to talk about the pictures using prepositions/prepositional phrases. Guide them in doing this. Then discuss. Example: Pupils planting trees. 4. Show more examples of sentences with prepositional phrases. Have the pupils discover for themselves the uses of prepositional phrases as adverb of time, place and manner by asking them how, when or where. Example: I read the book in my room. I read it at night. What do the phrases in my room and at night tell about? What word do they modify? How does each prepositional phrase function? Why? 5. Group Activity a. Each group will be given 5 prepositions and one leader from the group will report on how their group used each preposition in meaningful sentences. b. Encourage the pupils/each group to relate their sentences with their areas of interests, i.e. the TV show they like most, their friends, etc. 6. Generalization What is a preposition? A prepositional phrase? When/How is it used as an adverb? 7. Application Instruct the pupils to form small groups or triads and choose one of the topics below. Talk about it using prepositional phrases by giving facts, truths and other ideas. Ask
  14. 14. someone in the group to list down the statements. Then report it to the class. a. Tidal waves d. Thunder and Lightning b. Volcanoes e. The North Pole c. Earthquakes f. Cloud Formation 8. Fixing Skills Pupils may work individually or in dyads. Read the news story below. Then, on a piece of paper, list down all the prepositional phrases you can find. Encircle each preposition used. Write whether each is used as adverb of time, manner or place. Example: on foot – adverb (Please see pp. 285-286, Growing in English Language VI for the selection) C. Value Integration/Value Infusion 1. Why is space exploration important? In what way does it affect our lives? 2. What must you keep in mind in sharing/talking about your topic/s of interest? Why? IV. Evaluation: Complete the sentences with the appropriate prepositional phrases indicated in parentheses. (adverb of place) 1. For the trip I will ride ____________. (adverb of time) 2. I can reach the place ____________. (adverb of place) 3. Maybe I will be landing __________. (adverb of time) 4. I will stay there __________. (adverb of manner) 5. For surely I will enjoy __________. V. Assignment: A. Read the paragraph silently. Look for errors in the use of the prepositions and prepositional phrases. Check these errors and then, read the paragraph aloud. (See Read and Do on page 288 of Growing in English Language VI, for the paragraph/selection) B. Study the list of common prepositions on page 283 (Growing in English Language VI) Then, choose at least five (5) prepositions and use them in meaningful sentences as adverbs of time, manner and place. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Use prepositions/prepositional phrases in sentences appropriately.  Identify/Tell whether the prepositions/ prepositional phrases are used as either adjective phrase or adverb phrases. Value: Forgetting oneself in serving/helping others, courage/bravery, heroism, doing something good without expecting something in return. II. Subject Matter: Using Prepositions/Prepositional Phrases in Sentences Appropriately Identifying/Telling Whether the Prepositional Phrases are Used as Adjective or Adverb Phrases References: BEC PELC VI B. 5.7 Fun in English English for All Times Language 6 pp. 258-269 Materials: charts, sentence strips, illustration, phrase strips, word cards III. Procedure: A. Preliminary Activities 1. Review Can you add something to make each sentence more vivid and meaningful? Note the question word inside the parentheses. I do my assignment ____________. (When) Manny Paquiao fought his Mexican opponent _________. (Where) The children do their tasks _________. (How) 2. Motivation a. Show an enlarged illustration of the event on p. 259 b. Who among here are members of scouting? Have you ever heard of a boy named Sahjid S. Bulig? Richard H. Celestino? 3. Presentation
  15. 15. Have the class listen while one volunteer/best reader of the class narrates the selection/story on pp. 259-260. Comprehension Check: Answer each question with a phrase. Ask your classmates to answer the succeeding questions. a. Whose floating shrine is the Pagoda? b. Where was it used? B. Developmental Activities 1. Analysis and Discussion a. Put each phrase strips on the board. Have the pupils discover that their answers to all the questions in comprehension check are all in phrases. b. Ask the class to find out that prepositions may eithr be made up of single-words or compound words. c. Show more written examples of prepositional phrases on the board. d. Lead the class in discovering the two uses of prepositional phrases as adjectives or adverbs. 2. Practice Exercise a. Exercise #1 What are the prepositional phrases in these sentences? Identify the prepositions and their objects. 1. Having an aquarium is the next best thing to living under the sea. 2. A tropical fish store owner will give advice on the kind of tank and fish for a beginner. 3. Many start with a ten-gallon tank. C. Generalization What is a prepositional phrase? What does it consist of? How does a prepositional phrase function? When do we say that it is used as an adjective? As an adverb? D. Application A. Work with partner. Draw a circle around the correct preposition in the parentheses. 1. The scout badge is composed (with,of) two major parts: the trefoil and the scroll. 2. The trefoil is the three-pointed portion (of, at) the badge, each point representing one of the three promises of the scout oath. 3. The three stars stand (for, of) the three geographical divisions of the Philippine Archipelago: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. E. Fixing Skills Work in dyads. Remember that anadverb phrase answers the questions when, where, how often, or with or to what extent. Supply an appropriate adverb phrase. 1. The reenactment of the suffering and death of Jesus is another tradition __________. 2. The event is observed ____________. 3. The observance usually starts _____________. F. Value Infusion/Value integration Why does helping others without expecting something in return pay off? IV. Evaluation: Copy on a piece of paper the prepositional phrases in the following sentences. Underline each preposition once and its object twice. 1. Oceans cover much of the earth’s surface. 2. We do not know very much about life under the sea. 3. Sealab I was an experiment in undersea living. 4. The experiment was run by the US Navy. 5. Sealab I was built in 1964 V. Assignment: Choose any/at least 5 prepositions from the list below and use them in meaningful sentences Single-word Preposition Compound Preposition during instead of near on top of under along with among by means of into in front of with up in
  16. 16. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Determine the purpose of the author based on the selection read.  Write the author’s purpose based on the selection read. Value: Courage II. Subject Matter: Determining Author’s Purpose Based on the Selection Read References: BEC PELC VI English for All Times p. 56 Story “The Frightened Shoes” III. Procedure: A. Preliminary Activities 1. Pronunciation Drill /s/ /z/ raise easy class was times birds discuss has books days 2. Unlocking of Difficulties Match Column A with their meaning in Column B. A B 1. elevator a. extreme pain, unhappiness 2. escalator b. to challenge 3. misery c. cage or platform for moving something from one level to another 4. dare d. to terrify, to scare 5. frightened e. a motorized set of stairs arranged to ascend or descend continously 3. Motivation Do you still remember the first time you went to school? How did you feel? Why did you feel that way B. Presentation 1. Remind the pupils of the standards in silent reading. 2. Have the pupils read the story silently. “The Frightened Shoes” 3. Comprehension Check-up a. Why were the shoes frightened of the stairs? b. What may have the shoes afraid of an escalator but not an elevator? c. Have you ever taken an escalator? An elevator? How did you feel on your first ride? d. How did Tina’s mother solve the problem? e. Was it really the pair of shoes that are afraid of the stairs? Why? What do you think is the author’s purpose in making it appear that the shoes are the ones afraid and not the one who wears it ? 4. Analysis/Discussion Why do you think the writer writes that kind of story? After reading the story “The Frightened Shoes”, write the purposes of the author in writing this kind of story. Use the semantic web. 5. Value Infusion Can trials in your lives make you quit and afraid to face the challenges that come your way? Why? 6. Fixing Skills Read each passage. Then write whether the purpose of the author is to entertain, to inform, or to persuade. Write it on a sheet of paper. (See page 61 English For All Times, R) 7. Generalization What are the purposes why the author writes? 8. Practice Exercise Read the selections. Determine the purposes of the author. 1. Cigarette is not good in one’s health and can cause lots of diseases like cancer of the lungs and tuberculosis 2. Juan Tamad opened his mouth and waited for the guava to fall into his mouth.
  17. 17. IV. Evaluation: Read each passage and tell the author’s purpose. (English For All Times VI pp.127-128) V. Assignment: Read a short story then make a summary. Tell the author’s purpose in writing.
  18. 18. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Identify author’s device to bring out his message Value: Being humble II. Subject Matter: Identifying Author’s Device to Bring Out His Message References: BEC 6.5 Growing in English VI (R) pp. 201-202, 211-212, 216-218 English for All Times (R) pp. 144-147 Materials: chart, letter cuts, sentence strips, manila paper, pentel pen III. Procedure: A. Preliminary Activities 1. Drill Pronounce the following words correctly Words with f sounds /gh/ /ph/ laugh phonics cough physical enough telephone rough Philippines tough paragraph 2. Unlocking of Difficulties Meanings are placed in the basket. Call one from the class to pick one and read. Call one volunteer to answer by putting the right letters together to complete the puzzle. 3. Motivation Are you fond of looking up and watching the clouds? What feeling does it gives you? What does the cloud look like? B. Presentation 1. Have them read the poem “Clouds” (English For All Times (R) p 144 2. Comprehension Check-up a. What are the clouds being compared in the poem? b. What characteristics of clouds that make them silver lambs? Like snowy? c. What make them like huge butterflies? 3. Value Infusion If you were one of the clouds, are you going to be proud since you are so high, so pretty and so clean and everyone adores you? Why? 4. Analysis and discussion 1. Try to analyze the diagram 2. Are the objects written in the circle unlike objects? 3. Do they have similar qualities to be compared? 4. Can you cite them and write at the overlapping parts of the circle? 5. What do you think is the reason why the author made the comparison between these two unlike objects? 6. What does the author want to convey when he used the expression “Clouds are huge a. look like small bodies of water b. very large, enormous c. shining clouds butterflies
  19. 19. butterflies”? 7. What words are used to compare two unlike things? 8. Can you identify the devices or figure of speech used by the author to bring out his message in his written piece? 5. Fixing Skills Underline the author’s device used in the sentence. 1. Smooth as a mirror, the lake reflected the moon and the sky. 6. Generalization What are considered as author’s devices to bring out his message in his written works? What is figure of speech? Identify each kinds. 7. Application Group the class into two. Have them make their own sentences using author’s devices by comparing two unlike objects assigned to each group. 1. Man –tree 4. ant – sand 2. snail – bicycle 5. universe – ocean 3. birds – airplane 6. paper - snow IV. Evaluation: Identify author’s device used in each sentence. Underline them. 1. I’m so happy watching the waves that look like cradles moving in the space. 2. The pageantry of holidays and festivals gleam like threads of silver and gold in the tapetry of life 3. That night of loneliness with me was the moon rose from its sleep. 4. I hate that man and he’s a devil in disguise in my sight. 5. The girl seems so tired because her two legs are sleeping. V. Assignment: Copy at least two sentences that compare two things. Identify the device of the author used. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Give opinions based on the information read  Write sentences with expressions/words used in giving one’s opinion Value: Be positive, use words of encouragement II. Subject Matter: Giving Opinion Based on the Information Read References: BEC 10.1 p 25 BES VI p. 43 Reading Comprehension in English VI, p. 88 Materials: letter cuts, charts, manila paper, pentel pen, box III. Procedure: A. Preliminary Activities 1. Pronunciation Drill /th/ /dh/ think those thought this smooth the both than cloth they a. I think those girls are going to Manila b. She thought of reading a book rather than watching television. c. This smooth cloth belongs to me. d. Both of them are my brothers. 2. Unlocking of Difficulties Arrange the jumbled letters in Column A to form a word that matches the meaning in Column B.
  20. 20. A B 1. oorihnz ● The apparent line of junction of earth or sea with the sky 2. ecltascep ● A display usually on a large scale which attracts attention 3. ifraeniot ● The technique of determining the refractive condition of the eye 4. simpr ●A solid figure having two parallel polygonal faces 3. Motivation Have you seen a rainbow? Are you attracted to its color? What can you say about a rainbow? Have you heard a saying about it? B. Presentation 1. Have the pupils read the selection “The Rainbow” (Reading Comprehension Exercices in English VI, p. 88) 2. Comprehension Check up a. According to an old story, what can you find at the end of the rainbow? b. Do you think there is really treasure at its end? Why? c. What maybe seen below the horizon? d. When is a rainbow best to see by an observer? 3. Analysis and discussion “According to an old story, there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.” 1. Is the sentence a fact or an opinion? Why? 2. What word in the sentence was used that made you believed that it is only an opinion? 3. Read the sentence below and try to analyze a. I think her father is the best lawyer in town. b. According to my grandfather, spirits can travel for 3 days before going to heaven. 4. Fixing Skills Read the selection and identify what opinion is best given based on the information read. “The Two Sides of a Coin” (Reading Comprehension Exercises in English VI p. 81) 1. One of your basic rights is to receive basic education? What do you think is your responsibility in return? a. Study harder b. Give your time to play c. Socialize with others 2. If you demand rights, you will be willing to take on a. Praises b. Criticisms c. Works d. Responsibilit 5. Value Infusion If you are asked to choose between education and money, which one are you going to choose? Why? 6. Generalization What is an opinion? How can you give opinions? What words can be used in giving opinions? 7. Application Complete the dialogue to show that one is giving his opinions. Use the expressions/words in giving opinions. Roberto: What do you _______ of Mr. Johnsons? Jose: __________ he’s very good and intelligent. Roberto: __________ to my father, he is a good doctor. Jose: We’re having a program next week. Let’s invite him. _______ he’ll accept? Roberto: __________ he will. IV. Evaluation: Read the paragraph. Give your opinion in the situation given using the necessary expressions. Carlos performs better in Mathematics than in Science, so he wants to be an engineer. After meeting Dr. Johnsons, he decided he would like to become a doctor instead. Should he become a doctor or an engineer? V. Assignment: Read the story “The Two Peso Coin” (BES p.43). Then, give your opinions using necessary expressions.
  21. 21. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Draw conclusion based on information given  Write conclusion based on information Value: Practicing careful analysis and interpretation before giving conclusion II. Subject Matter: Drawing Conclusion Based on Information Given References: BEC II.6 Growing in English 6, Reading pp. 230-236 Reading Comprehension Exercise, pp. 98-100 Materials: chart, strips of cartolina III. Procedure: A. Preliminary Activities 1. Pronunciation Exercises: /m/ Tongue Twister Mrs. Master Mrs. Master mixed a mess of messy mustard A mess of messy mustard Mrs. Master mixed If Mrs. Master mixed a mess of messy mustard Where’s the mess of messy mustard Mrs. Master mixed? 2. Review Give strips of cartolina with idioms on the first group. The second group will have strips with meaning. The first pair who will be able to match the idiom with its meaning wins. 3. Motivation What would you like to be when you grow up? B. Presentation: Make a survey of the profession the pupils would like to take. Use the chart below. Profession Number of Respondents Engineer Doctor Priest Nun Teacher Soldier Policeman Nurse Lawyer Social Worker Agriculturist C. Analysis and Discussion 1. What did most students choose to be? 2. What profession did they choose next? 3. What professions had the same number of respondents 4. How many chose to become teachers? 5. Give three other professions that nobody chose. 6. What professions got the least number of respondents? 7. What conclusion can you give as a result of the survey? D. Skill Development School dropouts, though very disheartening, will always be part of the year-end report. Here’s a report of dropouts per level at Maliwanag Elementary School with a population of 600 pupils. Dropouts at Maliwanag Elementary School School Year 1997-1998
  22. 22. Grade Level Number of Dropouts I 10 II 5 III 8 IV 9 V 7 VI 6 What conclusions can you give based from the above data? E. Generalization How did you come up with your conclusions? F. Infusion of Values: In giving conclusions what must you bear in mind? G. Practice Exercises Work with a partner. Use the data on dropouts in completing the bar graph. No. of Dropouts 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 I II III IV V VI Then write sentences stating your findings and conclusions. IV. Evaluation: Read the selection below. Answer the questions that follow. 1. At the beginning of the story, it was “as dark as night” during the day. Why? a. There was an eclipse b. Darrel closed his eyes c. A storm was hitting the town d. The sky was so blue 2. What is true about the wind? a. It was light b. It was moderate c. It was very strong d. It was very light 3. What is true about Darrel? a. He was afraid of the storm. b. He was very relaxed. c. He was looking forward to the coming of the storm. d. He thought it was fun to play during the storm. V. Assignment: Darrellooked out the kitchen window. It was daytime, but outside it was as dark as night. Rain banged against the window. It sounded as if someone was throwing rocks at the house. The tree in the backyard was bent over like an old man leaning on a cane. Some of its branches even touched the ground. Darrelwas worried. For a week, the TV news had been filled with reports about the storm. Now the storm is moving closer. It almost seemed as if the storm was alive and coming after him. He felt as if it was a monster. Darrelhelped his family get ready for the storm. He and his little brother Tommy put tape across the windows on their house. This would make the windows stronger. Darreland his mother went to the store to buy lots of canned food. They also stocked up candles because the storm might knock down the power lines. Getting ready for the storm was fun. It was like getting ready for a camping trip. Now that the storm was here,it wasn’t fun anymore.
  23. 23. Read then give your conclusions. Ranier was walking home from school. It started to rain and the rain was muddy. Soon the mud covered Ranier’s shoes. Then the mud was up to Ranier’s ankles. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objective:  Identify sufficient evidences to justify conclusions  Write evidences to justify conclusions Value: Practicing careful analysis II. Subject Matter: Identifying Sufficient Evidences to Justify Conclusions References: BEC II.2 Growing in English 6, Reading pp. 232-235 Reading Comprehension Exercise, pp. 105-107 Materials: chart, cough syrup label III. Procedure: A.Preliminary Activities 1.Pronunciation Exercises: /p/ initial / p/ final /p/ pot keep place trip paper group print clip plant skip 2.Review Give a current political issue/ news. Let the pupils draw conclusions based on information given.. 3.Motivation The tornado is the most dangerous kind of storm. Do you agree or do you not agree? What evidences can you give to justify your answer? B.Presentation: Read the following article carefully. Then work with a partner, choose five evidences to support the conclusion that a tornado is the most dangerous kind of storm. Write them in your notebook. C.Analysis and Discussion 1. Compare notes. 2. Analyze the evidences. Determine whether this information is accurate and reliable. 3. Know whether the evidences is fact or opinion. Opinions are less reliable sources of The tornado is the most dangerous kind of storm. Unlike other storms, a tornado strikes with very little warning. It moves in slowly under the cover of thunderstorm. When it is detected,it is often too late. The storm strikes and moves very swiftly. It’s whirling and funnel-shaped winds move at aspeed of about fifty miles an hour. Some move even faster, causing disaster in just a few minutes. The “ twister” causes everyone to take cover in a cellar or any other safe place.
  24. 24. evidences than facts. 4. Interpret, explain, clarify the significance of the information. Asking questions is an effective way to analyze and interpret information. 5. After all the available facts and evidences have been analyzed and interpreted, one is ready to draw a conclusion. D.Skill Development Read the information below: MasterCard, a payment company, conducted a consumer survey. It was a study on the values and attitudes of consumers in the Asia Pacific Region including the Philippines. The question asked is: If you won a million US dollars in a lottery, what would you do? A total of 405 Filipino respondents made their choices. The results of the survey are shown below. MasterCard International Philippine Survey Which statements are true based on the result of the survey? Write the letters in any order. a. Thriftiness is a common trait among Filipinos. b. Most Filipinos want luxury. c. Majority of the Filipino cosumers who answered the question are not afraid to take risk in business. E.Generalization What are the basic steps in drawing a conclusion? ( analyzing and interpreting) F.Infusion of Values: Did you just give your opinion? Or did you first analyze and interpret evidences presented to you before giving conclusions or generalizations. G.Practice Exercises (Partner or group exercise) Study the cough syrup label and answer the following questions. Indication: Useful for the relief of respiratory infections due to common colds and allergies, acute and chronic bronchitis ,laryngitis, pharyngitis, asthmatic bronchitis and bronchial asthma and for the removal of thick mucous masses from the chest. Precaution: Antihistamine may cause moderate drowsiness. Patients should be warned against driving or operating moving machinery while under treatment. Gastric disturbance and nausea may be experienced. Dosage; 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 star own business Save for future use Buy a house Donate to charity Give money to loved ones Series2 Series1
  25. 25. To be taken three to four times daily. Infants: 2.5 mL ( ½ tsp) Children: 2 to 6 years: 5 mL ( 1 tsp) 7 to 12 years: 5-10 mL ( 1-2 tsp) Adults 15 mL (1 tbsp) Or as prescribed by the physician Storage Condition: Store at room temperature not exceeding 30 C. Protect from light. Keep bottle tightly closed. Availability: Syrup-in bottle of 30 mL, 60 mL, 120 mL. 1. Why would someone want to use this medicine? a. to treat flu b. to stop cough c. to remedy cold d. to follow the doctor 2. Who should NOT work while under treatment? a. A mother who stays at home b. Someone who takes charge of a sari-sari store c. A jeepney driver d. A comics illustrator 3. Which statement is true? a. The medicine can be bought only in liquid form. b. It is available in all drugstores. c. It’s an over-the-counter medicine. d. A person who can not sleep should take it. IV.Evaluation: Here are generalization/ conclusions. Choose the best evidence that supports each. 1. In a few years time our forests will be gone. a. Illegal logging is still rampant. b. The animals are dying. c. The plants are destroyed. 2. Global warming is unavoidable. a. People are careless in disposing of their waste. b. The hole in the ozone layer is getting bigger. c. Fewer trees are being planted. 3. Dogs are man’s best friends. a. They bite and kill their victims. b. They entertain people in shows and circuses. c. Their give up their lives to protect their masters. V. Assignment: Copy the letter of the conclusion that goes with the information given. 1. Paeng sat down on the bench. He put his fingers on the keys. Then Paeng began to play the new song he was learning. a. Paeng has a new piano. b. Paeng is clever. c. Paeng was practicing his piani leson. 2. After stepping up to the plate, Maria wound up to swimming. The ball flew toward her. Maria swing hard and hit the ball. a. Maria’s team won the game. b. Maria plays with the softball team. c. Maria is good at sports.
  26. 26. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________ I. Objectives  Use the library resources effectively.  Use atlas, encyclopaedia, almanac, and other general references (e.g. maps, charts, globes) Values: Use the library properly. II. Using Reference Books References: BEC PELC 12.1.2 Growing in English 6 TM pp. 46-49 Reading Text pp. 52-59 III. A.1. Read the information on the card from the card catalog then answer the following questions. 1. Who wrote the book? 2. What is the title of the book? 3. When was this book published? 4. How many pages are in this book? 5. What information about Hans Christian Anderson does this book tell? 2. Say: The library does not only have the card catalog to help the pupils in their research work. It also has several reference materials to offer. (Point to some references) What information can we get from these reference materials? 3. Give the meaning of the following by arranging the jumbled letters at the right and complete the blocks with a word that expresses the right meaning of each phrase: a. A note or other indication in a book referring to some other book or passage. (ferencere) HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON HIS LIFE AND WORKS 829.13 Morgan, Robin C. A brief biography, an analysis of his works New York, Bantam Press 160 pp.illust (c. 1985)
  27. 27. relate as information obtained by investigation ( ortper) c. the art of teaching (nitsurtoio) d.the science that deals with collection, tabulation and systematic classification of quantitative data (ticstisats) e. occurring regularly once a year (launna) f. a concise summary containing all the necessary parts (mocnepdimu) g. an exclusive right to reproduce literacy, dramatic artistic or musical work given by law for a certain period to an author. (rightcopy) h. a natural hollow or low lying place (ssionprede) i. height above sea level (levetiaon) 4. How are the different materials used? B. 1. Each group is assigned to present their report on each kind of reference. (previously assigned) Group I- Atlas Group II- Encyclopedia Group III- Yearbook/Almanac Group IV- Gazetteer and maps 2.a. What are the different reference materials in our library? b. What are their uses? c. What was each group report about? d. Of the different reference books, which have you tried using?
  28. 28. e. Which do you find the most important? Why? C. 1. What reference can give you for the following information? a. the exact location of Mt. Pinatubo b. the population of the Philippines last year c. the history of air transportation d. maps of Asian countries, like the Philippines, Thailand and Japan e. the mountains found in Japan f. all about flowers g. the news of Princess Diana’s untimely death in 1997 h. the number of births and deaths in 1995 in China 2. Name the reference described. ______1. It contains interesting facts on almost every subject which are arranged alphabetically. _______2. It records the year’s activities by country, subject or specialized area. _______3. It lists alphabetically the names of towns, rivers, mountains, lakes and other Geographical features. _______4. It is a book of maps. _______5. It is an annual publication of statistics and other information covering the materials of the previous year. _______6. It is a graphic representation of the earth’s surface in part or in whole. _______7. It is an annual compendium of data and statistics of a given year. 3.Get information about these topics using the different references. Group I- location of the beautiful spots in the Philippines Group II- variety of orchids Group III- heavenly bodies Group IV- neighboring countries of the Philippines IV. What reference materials will you use to get the following information? (atlas,, encyclopedia, map,globe, almanac, yearbook, gazetteer) 1. Kind of fish 2. The bodies of water surrounding the Philippines 3. President Arroyo’s first 100 days as President 4. Map of Asia 5. The International Dateline and the Prime Meridian 6. All about weather 7. Exact location and distances of places 8. Name of provinces in Luzon 9. The Coconut Industry in 1987 10. List of seas, oceans, lakes and canals of the world V. Go to the library. Choose one of the references mentoned in the lesson. Familiariazed yourself with it. Then share with the class what information you learned from the reference.
  29. 29. ENGLISH VI Date:____________________k Lesson 96 I. Objectives  Use the library resources effectively.  Use card catalog to locate information. Values: Self-discipline in the library. I. Using Library Resources Effectively Section- What is a Card Catalog? Ref: PELC 12, 12.1 Growing in English 6 TM pp. 39-41 RTX pp.44-46 Mat. enlarged picture of a card catalog, ½ manila paper or cartolina samples of author card, title card, subject card II. A.1. Every school has a ,library and every library has a card catalog. What is a card catalog? What do we find in it? Why do we usually find it in the library?Of what use is the card catalog? 2.Supply the missing word in each sentence. Choose your answer from the word bank. WORD BANK editor index bibliographic illustrator catalog author publication a. An ___ is also a writer. b. An___ draws pictures, diagrams, etc. c. One who corrects written articles is called an ___. d. ___ is an alphabetical list of matters or references. e. ___ means that which is published; any printed work placed on sale or distributed or offered for distribution. f. ___ a list or enumeration of names, persons or things usually in alphabetical order sometimes with accompanying description. g. ___information refers to the description and history of books, including details of authorship, edition, dates, etc. 3.What is the use of card catalog? B. 1. Silent Reading
  30. 30. 2. What is a card catalog? What are the types of a card in the catalog? What is a call number? What information can you find in a card inside the tray? How does an author card differ from a subject card and a little card? C.1..Here is a sample author card, title card and subject card. Study it and write about the information asked below. (The teacher provides each group a type of card in the card catalog.) Group I- author card Group II- title card Group III- subject card -Who is the author of the book? -What is the title of the book? -What is the call number? -What is the book about? -Who is the publisher of the book? -Where and when was the book published? 2. Let us assume that these buildings are on the first line of each card. Tell whether the card is an author card, title card, or subject card. 1. POULTRY- 2. Cruz, Marinela G.- 3. Science and Technology I- 4. Scott, John L.- 5. HISTORY –PHILIPPINES- 6. Little Paul S- 7. Math for Year 2003- 3. What is a card catalog? What is the use of the card catalog? Name the three types of card. (Card catalog is an index of all the books in the library. It can help you locate a particular book, a book on a certain subject or a book by a particular author. The types of card are author card, subject card and the title card.) 1. How should one behave inside the library? IV.Identify the different information in the card catalog. V.Using one of your textbook in Grade VI, make a sample of an author card, subject card and the title card. Write it in a 3” x 5” index card. Date:_____________________ Lesson 97 k I. Objectives  Get information from the different parts of a newspaper. Value: Being up-to-date to events. Realize the importance of newspaper. II. Parts of a Newspaper Information One Gets from Each Part. Ref: BEC PELC 12.2 Growing in English 6, Reading pp. 109-115 Mat. newspaper, pictures HM 291 Padilla, Zeny O. P46 The Tree and the Birds/Zeny O.Padilla Quezon City: New Life Publication, 1998 175 p. III; 25 cm. ISBN 921-20-08361 I.Environment I. Title 5 4 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3
  31. 31. III.A.1.Hidden in the puzzle are names of the different parts of a newspaper. Search for them up, down, forward, backward or diagonally. B A O E D I T O R I A L V T G S E K B E B C R O R I S L I V R P N D I W S O D K J S S V C G O O I F T S A M A E E O F A Z U E R L G U T N I O N L C R N H I T T D H A A C C I Z E I Q E U D E S A I R R A S B U I E V S E E M H E J Y A U X T K K T W N E W S U H K S B J M C L O Y P A G E T A R M T M I N G F E A T U R E S Z C L A S S I F I E D A D S A S I Answers: Editorial Obituary Classified Ads Features Business Sports TV Guide Headline Comics 2.What do you know about satellites? Are you familiar with the first ever Filipino satellite that was launched on August 20, 1997? What is its name? 3.Match the underlined words in Column A with their meaning in Column B. Column A Column B 1. successful launching a. checked for equality transmission 2. broadcasting company b. causing to be airborne 3. 56 percent of the venture c. something involving a risk that one decides to attempt 4. broadcasting transmission d. fabricated; made 5. will be monitored e. something transmitted 6. still being manufactured f. sent out signals 7. five percent stake g. average length of life 8. being mapped out h. transmitted by radio 9. with a lifespan i. interest or share in an undertaking 10. transmit signals j. planned in detail 4.The first Filipino Satellite “Aguila II” was launched last August 20, 1997. Put the motive question on board/chart. Let the pupils answer this after reading the news article. What does the alunching of the first Filipino satellite mean to us Filipino and to our country as a whole ? B. 1. Have the pupils read the news article. -“Mabuhay Launches First Philippine Owned Satellite”, Growing in English 6, pages 110-111 2. What is the news about? Why is it relevant? Answer the motive question. In what section of a newspaper can we find information like this? Why are newspapers important? How will it help you? How could you become up-to-date to current news events? 3.A. Have pupils get their newspapers and run through its different pages/sections. Which part / section of the newspaper: 1. gives information on job opportunities (classified ads) 2. gives opinion on the most significant news items of the day(editorial) 3. features news from other countries (foreign news)
  32. 32. 4. contains cartoon characters and aims to entertain (comics) 5. contains news on what is going on in our society (society page) 6. gives information on what is happening in the business world (business section) 7. announces the death of persons for proper information (obituary) 8. publishes advertisements on movies in the different theatres and the schedule of shows on TV (cinema page) 9. features the updated events in the field of sports (sports page) 10. gives the most important news of the day in bold letters (front page) 4.Reading of articles about the different parts. 5.What information can you get from the different parts of a newspaper? C. Which part of the newspaper gives you the following information? 1. the weather forecast 2. the editor’s opinion about the most important news 3. results of the PBA games 4. the need for housemaids 5. the latest news about your favourite actors and actresses 6. the dollar exchange to pesos 7. the funny where abouts of Pugad Baboy gang, Pupung, Archie, Garfield etc. 8. U.S. Ppresident’s visits to Asian countries 9. a name of a deceased person Arrange the jumbled letters to get the name of the parts of a newspaper. Provided are the informations you can get from this part. 1. TRNFO GEPA The most important news of the day 2. UBISSNE International market price of fuel, copra or sugar 3. LAIROTIDE What the editor thinks of a certain issue 4. DEIFISSALCSAD A possible job opportunity 5. RPSTOS The result of a baseball game Write one of the following. 1. A newsreport on an interesting current event. 2. An editorial an a current issue. 3. A news about the outcome of the sporting event you’ve watched. IV.In what section of the newspaper can you find the following information? 1. Philippine Stock Exchange 2. Another earthquake hits Japan 3. Jose dela Cruz passed away on November 7,2003. 4. Ateneo Blue Eagles bag UAAP crown 5. Letters to the editor V.Clip the following from a newspaper. Paste them in your notebook. 1. editorial 2. a name of deceased person 3. job opportunity 4. stock exchange 5. a tournament
  33. 33. ENGLISH VI Date:_________________________ Lesson 98 I. Objectives  Organize one’s thought in writing - Information - Descriptions  Write paragraph correctly Values: Neatness, Accurateness II. Organizing One’s Thought in Writing: Information, descriptions Writing Paragraph Correctly Ref: PELC Writing 10, p.25 English for All Times 6/Language, pp. 43-44 Mat. charts, flashcards, sample forms, family tree III.A.1. Drill: Adverbs with –ly Cheerfully quickly Joyfully gracefully Slowly patiently Excitedly fiercely 2. Change the following adjectives to adverbs. Easy careful Regular slow Ready heavy Secret actual 3. Have you seen a family tree? What can you see in it? B. 1. Have the pupils look at the illustration of a family tree. Then using it, let them tell something about their family. 2. The form below is an information sheet filled up by Lorenzo. Study it and be ready to answer the questions about it. Pupil’s Information Sheet Name: Andres Lorenzo Miguel Pacia Surname Given Name Middle Name Gr. & Sec: Six-Jaena Age: 12 Sex: M Nationality:Filipino Religion: Roman Catholic Date of Birth: November 21 1986 Month Date Year Place of Birth: Sta. Cruz Manila Town/District Province/City Address: 12 Mahabang St. Teacher’s Village Quezon City No. Street District/Town City/Province Tel. No. (if any): 434-1556 Father: Lito A. Angeles Occupation:Guidance Counselor Place of Work: Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati Mother: Carmen C. Pacia Occcupation: Teacher Place of Work: Claret School, Manila
  34. 34. 3.a. Whose information sheet is it? b. Did he give the correct information about himself? c. What additional information does it give about Lorenzo? d. Is the birthdate written properly? e. Is the address written properly? 4. Copy the information sheet and fill it out. 5.What do you always remember when answering or filling out forms about yourself? IV. Go over the information sheet you have just answered. On a piece of paper, write a paragraph about yourself using some of the information you wrote down. Observe the correct format in writing paragraphs. V.Find someone whom you want to be your friend. Ask him or her to fill out an information sheet then write a paragraph from the information sheet he/she gives. Then present it to the class. Be sure that the rules on punctuation and capitalization were followed. ENGLISH VI Date: ___________________ Lesson 99 I. Objectives  Organize one’s thought in writing -resume/biodata  Fill out form Values: Hardwork/Industry II. Organizing One’s Thought in Writing: Resume/Biodata Filling Out Form Ref. PELC Writing 10, p.25 English for All Times 6/Language, pp.276-277 _______________________________ NAME OF SCHOOL PUPIL’S INFORMATION SHEET Name:_______________________________________________ Sex: _____________________ Grade & Section; ______________________________________ Age Last Birthday: __________ Address : _______________________________________________________________________ Telephone Number: ________________________ Nationality: _____________________________ Religion: ____________________ Birthdate: ______________________________ Birthplace:___________________ Father: ________________________________ Occupation; __________________ Place of Work: __________________________ Mother: _______________________________ Occupation; __________________ Place of Work: __________________________ Date Accomplished: _________________________
  35. 35. Mat. biodata form, chart, flashcards III. A.1. Spelling The teacher will read and use them in meaningful sentences. courtroom profession battleground lawbreakers weapon community ancestors ounce disease occupation 2. What do you write in an information sheet? 3. Is hardwork or industry important to succeed in life? Why? B.1. Show a sample form of biodata. Ask: Do you know how to fill this form? Where do we use this form? 2. Study the form. 3.A person who is applying for a job needs to fill out a biodata sheet. Who fills up biodata? Why do companies/agencies hiring new workers require applicants to fill up biodata? What information/data should an applicant put in I?II?III?IV? What should be observed in filling up biodata? (neatness, accurateness, etc.) 4.RMC Company is hiring new workers for the positions as: cashier, receptionist, saleslady, messenger, janitor, and salesman. Prepare your own biodata. (Use form given as sample) I V. Below is a blank biodata sheet. Copy it and with the necessary information about an adult in your family. Fill it out. Make sure that all data are entered accurately. BIODATA I. PERSONAL PROFILE FULL NAME: FRANCES P. ACOSTA AGE: 35 SEX: FEMALE COMPLETE ADDRESS: #60 Waling-waling St., Roxas District , Quezon City TEL. NO: 371-5459 CITIZENSHIP: Filipino RELIGION: Catholic BIRTHDAY: October 4, 1967 BIRTHPLACE: Solano, Nueva Vizcaya CIVIL STATUS: married NO. OF DEPENDENTS/CHILDREN: 2 SPOUSE’S NAME: Josue Acosta SPOUSE’S OCCUPATION: Accountant II. EDUCATION SCHOOL COURSE YEAR GRADUATED ELEMENTARY: St. Louis School Elementary 1980 SECONDARY: St. Louis School Secondary 1984 COLLEGE: St. Mary’s University BSE 1983 POST-GRADUATE:Ateneo De Manila MA-English 1988 University III. EMPLOYMENT: Self-employed Private Sector Government Retired EMPLOYER: Saint Louis University ADDRESS: Bonifacio Road, Baguio City TELEPHONE NO: 432-6971 FAX NO: 356-51-26 POSITION: Teacher YEAR WITH PRESENT EMPLOYER: : 9 YEARS OF WORK EXPERIENCE: 9 TAXPAYER’S ID NO (TIN) 120-372-210 PROFESSIONAL LICENSE NO: 0105627 GROSS ANNUAL INCOME: P150,000.00 IV. PERSONAL REFERENCES: NAME ADDRESS PHONENO. Mrs. Liberty Rosario #3 Washington St, Solano 326-5.-35 Nueva Vizcaya Mrs. Marivic Cortez #60 Maguinhawa St., 921-73-59 UP Village, Q.C. Mrs. Luisa Tantiaco # 144 Felix Huertas St. 711-14-14 Sta. Cruz, Manila BIODATA III. PERSONAL PROFILE FULL NAME:___________________ AGE: ______ SEX: ___________ COMPLETE ADDRESS: _____________________________________________________ TEL. NO: _________ CITIZENSHIP:____________ RELIGION: __________
  36. 36. V.Imagine that you have fulfilled your ambition or have taken your chosen profession. You are now ready to apply for a job. Make or write an application letter addressed to the person and company to whom you are applying. V. EMPLOYMENT: Self-employed Private Sector Government Retired EMPLOYER: _______________________ ADDRESS: _______________________ TELEPHONE NO: __________ FAX NO: __________ POSITION: __________ YEAR WITH PRESENT EMPLOYER: : _______ YEARS OF WORK EXPERIENCE: ____ TAXPAYER’SID NO (TIN) ______________ PROFESSIONAL LICENSE NO: _____________ GROSS ANNUAL INCOME: _____________ VI. PERSONAL REFERENCES: NAME ADDRESS PHONENO. _________________ _____________________ __________ __________________ _____________________ __________ _________________ _____________________ __________
  37. 37. ENGLISH VI Date: ____________________ Lesson 100 I. Objectives  Respond in writing based on stimuli and triggers  Write an application letter Values: Neatness II. Writing an Application Letter Ref. PELC II, p. 25 Growing in English 6, Language p.204 Mat. chart, advertisement from newspaper III. A. Display Wanted Advertisements from newspaper or classified ads. Let the pupils go over these ads. Ask: If you are looking for a job, what would you do to be able to get one? Have you come across with an application letter before? B. 1. Reading a sample application letter from the text, p. 204 Language. Ask pupils to form dyads and make them agree on the answers to be asked. 2. a. Why did Danilo write a letter of application? b. What qualifications and experiences did he mention? c. How did he end his letter? d. What are the parts of the application letter? e. How is the application letter different from a friendly letter? f. What part of the application letter is present that cannot be found in a friendly letter? 3. Pupils work on the following exercise which may be written on a chart. The following are parts of an application letter. Copy them in the correct order. 1. Mrs. Julieta dela Cruz Adviser, Pupil Government Catulinan Elementary School 2. Respectfully yours, 3. Regine dela Cruz 4. 156 Camia St. Catulinan, Baliuag, Bulacan November 19, 2003 5. Dear Madam 6. I would like to apply as a candidate for the position of secretary this coming election of officers. 7. I am Regine dela Cruz of Grade VI-Matulungin. At present, i am the president of our class but I have been always an officer of my class since I was in Grade III. Considering English as my favourite subject, I have been getting high grades. In fact, I also belong to the honor roll. It would be my pleasure to serve our pupil government as the record keeper. B. 1. Direct the pupils’ attention to page 277 Language. Have them read Lorena’s letter to the editor. 2. Who wrote the letter? To whom did she address the letter? 3. What is an oipinion letter? How is it different from an application letter? 4. Let pupils write their own opinion letter about any of the following topics through the help of guide questions.  Share-a-Plant Project  Clean and Green Project Where did you get the information? How do you feel about the project? IV. A. Write an opinion letter about this topic “Waste Management Project” B. Let some fast workers read their letter aloud. Have other pupils critic the letter. V. Copy at least 2 letters to the editor from any of the newspaper available at home.
  38. 38. ENGLISH VI Date:______________________ Lesson 102 I. Objectives  Respond in writing based on stimuli and triggers  Write an editorial Values: Concern for the environment II. Writing an Editorial Ref. Mat. pictures, books, newspapers III. A. Show a newspaper with editorial. What is an editorial? B. Present different clippings of sample editorials like; argumentative or editorial of criticism, editorial of entertainment, editorial of commendation or tribute, and editorial of interpretation. C. 1. What are the parts of an editorial? How do the parts differ from one another? 2. What was the opinion of the editor? D. The editorial page is said to be “the soul” of the newspaper. It contains the masthead, the editorial, the editorial column, the reader’s news and the editorial cartoon. E. Write your opinion about the following issues.. 1. Should divorce be legalized in the Philippines? 2. Should same sex marriage be recognized? F. Write an editorial by completing the paragraph. WHAT TO DO WITH THE WASTES We have been hearing about how important it is to dispose of wastes properly. If we do not put out garbage in the right places, our world would become one giant dumpsite. But can you as kids help solve the garbage problem? Surely we can! How........?
  39. 39. IV, Write an editorial about, “An Abortion, Is it proper to legalized or not?” V. Copy a sample editorial from any newspaper. Analyze if the parts of the editorial are present. ENGLISH VI Date:________________ Lesson 103 I. Objectives  Write directions clearly and accurately Values: Accuracy II. How to Write Directions Ref: PELC 3.3 Growing in English Mat. toy tree, toy fruit, arrow, flashcards III. A. 1. Let’s play a game. I have here a toy tree and a toy fruit. I’ll place the toy tree here. Place the toy fruit as fast as you can when I give the instruction. a. Place the toy fruit under the tree. b. Place the toy fruit above the tree. 2. I have here arrows and phrases. Match the arrows with the phrases. a. Turn clockwise. b. Turn counterclockwise. B.1. Read the following conversation. As Fido is going to the school canteen, he meets a lady who addresses him as follows. Lady: Son, can you tell me the way to the principal’s office? Fido: (pausing a moment) Sure, Ma’am. Please walk straight ahead until the quadrangle. Then, turn left, you will see the school chapel on your left. Go past the chapel, then turn right that says “Principal’s Office”. This is located near the accounting office. Lady: Thank you very much. Fido: You’re welcome. I’m glad to have assisted you. 2. What did the lady ask Fido? How many turns did the Lady have to do? 3. Somebody is asking where the hospital is. Write the directions that should be followed by the One asking. Use the following guidelines. a. Directions should be clear. b. Must be direct to the point. c. Be very sure of the directions you’re giving. d. Person asking and person giving directions should show spirit of respect and courtesy. 4. How should we write directions? 5. A new classmate is asking where the school canteen is. Write a short direction about it. IV. Write a short direction on how to go to the Municipal Hall. V. Write the direction to be followed on how to use the rice cooker. ENGLISH VI
  40. 40. Date:___________________ Lesson 104 I. Objectives  Write an effective ad for work.  Tell what make up a good ad for work Values: Being true and specific II. Writing an Ad for Work Ref: PELC Mat: newspaper, chart III.A.1. What are the parts of a newspaper? Describe each part. 2. What do you find in the classified ads section? B. 1. Examine the following ads for work. WANTED SUMMER JOB SEEKERS NEED : Delivery Boys Baggers Sales Girls/Boys APPLY: A.G. Supermart Baliuag, Bulacan CONTACT: Alice Cruz 2. What is being advertised? How are the words written? 3. What should we remember in writing an ad for work? a. Specify what you are advertising. Make sure that the words are attention-getters. One way of doing this is by making these words bigger than the other words in the ad. b. If possible, draw or sketch a picture of what you are advertising. c. Include what, where, when and whom information. 4. Compare these ads. What differences did you notice? 5. Improve these ads for work. What should you add to make it more attractive to the people? Wanted Immediately: Yaya P2,500.00 monthly Wanted Saleslady Apply inside IV. Write a good ad for work, out of this situation. You are in need of 2 housemaids for your aunt who resides at 142 Mabini St., Tibag, Baliuag, Bulacan. V. Get an ad for work from a classified ads section. Tell whether it is a good ad and why? BGH SUPERMARKET Baliuag, Bulacan WANTED: Summer Job seekers NEED: Drivers Baggers APPLY: BGH Supermarket CONTACT: Badette Cruz WANTED: Drivers NEED: Baggers APPLY NOW!
  41. 41. ENGLISH VI Date:___________________________ Lesson 105 I. Objectives  Fill out information sheet/community tax certificate. Values: Self-confidence II. Filling Out Forms References: BEC Skillbook in English VI pp. 34-36 English for All Times pp. 20-21,43-44,112-115 Materials: sample biodata, residence certificate III.A. 1. Fill up the sample English Club identification card. Name:________________________________ Grade & Section:________________________ Name of School:_________________________ Address:_______________________________ Name of English Club:____________________ Signature:_____________________________ 2. In school and out of school, when one will be working, one needs to fill out information sheets about oneself. What do you think is the reason for this? B. 1. Read and study the information sheet filled up by Lorenzo. Tell if he filled out the form correctly. Pupil’s Information Sheet Name: Andres Lorenzo Miguel Pacia Surname Given Name Middle Name Gr. & Sec: Six-Jaena Age: 12 Sex: M Nationality:Filipino Religion: Roman Catholic Date of Birth: November 21 1986 Month Date Year Place of Birth: Sta. Cruz Manila Town/District Province/City Address: 12 Mahabang St. Teacher’s Village Quezon City No. Street District/Town City/Province Tel. No. (if any): 434-1556 Father: Lito A. Angeles Occupation:Guidance Counselor Place of Work: Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati Mother: Carmen C. Pacia Occcupation: Teacher Place of Work: Claret School, Manila
  42. 42. 2. Whose information sheet is it? Did he give the correct information about himself? What additional information does it give about Lorenzo? 3. Imagine that you are already a grown up. You are twenty six year old and still single. You are working as an employee at your town or municipal hall. Fill out your community tax certificate. (Teacher provides a sample of community tax certificate) 4. You are applying for a job, what character traits should you possess to be qualified for that job? 5. How should you fill up an information sheet/community tax certificate? 6. Fill up each form correctly using your own name. IV. Fill out the form below. A. Information Sheet B. Community Tax Certificate V. Bring samples of deposit and withdrawal slips. ENGLISH VI _______________________________ NAME OF SCHOOL PUPIL’S INFORMATION SHEET Name:_______________________________________________ Sex: _____________________ Grade & Section; ______________________________________ Age Last Birthday: __________ Address : _______________________________________________________________________ Telephone Number: ________________________ Nationality: _____________________________ Religion: ____________________ Birthdate: ______________________________ Birthplace:___________________ Father: ________________________________ Occupation; __________________ Place of Work: __________________________ Mother: _______________________________ Occupation; __________________ Place of Work: __________________________ Date Accomplished: _________________________ _____________________ School ______________________________ Address of School Name:______________________________________________ Family Name First name M.I. _________________ ________ _____________ Grade & Section Sex Citizenship Address: ___________________________________ House Number and Street ______ ___________________ _____________ Zip No. Town/City Province ___________________ ___________________ Date of Birth Place of Birth
  43. 43. Date:____________________ Lesson 106 I. Objective  Fill out deposit and withdrawal slips correctly. Values: Self-confidence II. Filling Out Forms Ref. Skillbook in English VI Mat. sample of deposit and withdrawal slips III. A.1. What are the things that we wrote on the information sheet and community tax certificate? 2. How many of you have experienced depositing and withdrawing cash in a bank? B. 1. Class, this is a cash deposit slip. If you open a savings account in the bank, the bank will you give you a bankbook or a passbook in your name. It also has savings account number. In order to make a cash deposit, you are going to fill out a cash deposit slip. A withdrawal slip is used when we want to withdraw the money from our savings deposit. 2. What form do we use when we want to deposit cash in a bank? What form do we use if we want to get certain amount of cash we deposited in a bank? 3. Play bank with one or two tellers and a pupil manager. Show how to deposit and withdraw money from the bank. 4. It’s your first time to deposit money on your new bank account. What are you going to do? What character trait are you going to show? 5. How do you fill up a deposit slip? Withdrawal slip? 6. Fill up each form correctly using your own name. a. Deposit Slip Account No. ___________ Date:______________ Depositor:___________________________________ Please endorse and list each check separately. Bank Initial Check No. Amount 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. TotalChecks Cash TotalDeposits Amount in Words b. Withdrawal Slip Account No._________________ Date:_______________________ Received from Balanga savings and loan Association the sum of of ________pesos (P_______) Amount is withdrawn from my/our savings account above numbered. Passbook must be presented with this withdrawal slip. ____________________________ Signature of Depositor IV. Fill up the following forms correctly. Rural Bank of Pilar (Bataan) Inc. Pilar, Bataan Deposit Slip (Submit with Savings Bank) Savings Account No. __________________
  44. 44. Date:________, 20_____ Pesos Ctvs. Bills Coins Checks, money orders, etc. List Separately 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Total Deposits _____ ___________________________Pesos Words Deposited by: __________________________ Signature b. Withdrawal Slip Received from PILAR RURAL BANK INC. __________________________________________ /100 pesos on account of savings Book No._____________________. Date:____________________ _______________________________ Depositor’s Signature V. Get a copy of a deposit slip and withdrawl slip from your bank and fill it up correctly.