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Module 37
A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development
INFERRING TRAITS OF CHARACTER
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Hello! Once again today we shall learn another skill. Let us learn
together with fun with our activities.
Inferring traits of character is another skill that we have to
develop. To understand the mood of the person speaking.
Read each situation or dialog. Then decide which quality best
describes the character mentioned. Write the letter of your answer in
the blank before each number. Do this in a separate sheet of paper.
______ 1. “You go and meet them while I make haste within doors and
see whether we can get them anything for supper.” The
speaker is __________.
a. sympathetic
b. angry
c. hospitable
d. pitiful
______ 2. “Since the villagers have forgotten the affections and
sympathies of their nature, it is better if the lake is going to
ripple over their dwellings again.” The speaker is
___________.
a. worried
b. angry
c. sympathetic
d. anxious
To the Learner
Let’s Try This
Let’s Learn This
32
______ 3. Baucis could hardly believe her eyes. Could it be that she was
getting old and forgetful? But when she lifted the pitcher, and
made a gesture of pouring into the bowl, an abundant
cascade fell bubbling into the bowl. Baucis __________.
a. was excited
b. had doubts
c. was afraid
d. felt ashamed
______ 4. “No, I don’t want any tea or food. I don’t even want to see
your beautiful dance. Just give me a present to take home
with me.” The speaker is ____________.
a. angry
b. rude
c. selfish
d. ungrateful
______ 5. King Arthur tried to right the many wrongs done since the
death of King Uther. He restored the lands confiscated from
the rightful owners. He established the Round Table which
stood the equality of all those who sat at it. King Arthur was a
__________ king.
a. powerful
b. merciful
c. strong
d. just
Alright, are your answers same as these?
1. c
2. b
3. b
4. b
5. d
Don’t worry if you don’t get a perfect score. I will help you
understand.
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Read the dialog. Then let us answer the questions that follow.
Mario: Yes, and they kicked me out of it, for taking one single
apple.
Gloria: That’s what you get for being hasty.
Mario: Could I have guessed they would do that for one single
apple? It looked so delicious. Suddenly, I found myself
putting it in my lunch bag.
Gloria: That’s the trouble with you, when you think of your own
stomach, you think of nothing else!
Mario: I was not thinking of myself.
Gloria: Whom were you thinking of, me? Did I ask you to bring the
apples?
Mario: I was thinking of our child.
Gloria: Tita? Did she ever ask for apples?
Mario: Yes, she did. Do you remember the day I took her out for a
walk? On our way home, we passed a grocery store that
sold delicious apples at 70 centavos each. She wanted to
buy one, but I did not have seventy centavos. What I did
was buy her one of those small green apples they sell on
the sidewalk, but she just threw it away. So, when I saw this
apple roll out of the crate, I thought that Tita would love to
have it.
Gloria: We are not rich, we can live without apples.
Mario: Why, did God create apples for the rich alone? I want her to
have the best in life.
Gloria: So, for a measly, apple, you lost a job you needed so much.
Mario: I wouldn’t mind losing a thousand jobs for an apple for my
daughter.
(from: The World Is an Apple)
Let’s Study This
34
Questions:
1. How did Gloria feel when she learned that Mario had lost a job for
stealing an apple? (She seems angry)
2. What made you say that? (The sentence which says: So for a
measly, apple, you lost a job you needed so much.)
3. If you were an honest person, who would you be like? (Gloria)
When we talk, we utter words based on our feelings. Our
character and traits are inferred. Inferring traits of character requires
sensitivity to the utterances and expressions.
Now, let’s find out if you understand our activity. Read each
situation.
1. “Old man, why didn’t you take the heavier chest? We could have
gotten twice as many jewels and gold. You are silly to have
chosen the smaller and lighter ones.” The speaker is __________.
a. greedy
b. selfish
c. untrustworthy
d. ungrateful
2. The genie said, “The stone from the date you have eaten struck
my son in the eye and killed him. I will kill you as you have killed
my son.” The genie was ___________.
a. just
b. powerful
c. revengeful
d. strong
Let’s Do This
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3. The gardener suddenly slapped his knee, and double up, shaking
silently. The gardener is ____________.
a. crying
b. laughing
c. shouting
d. trembling
4. “I told you not to get the fruits from my garden. You have
climbed my trees and stole all my fruits. For that you will be
punished.” The speaker is ____________.
a. furious
b. anxious
c. afraid
d. unafraid
5. “Good-bye, my mother. I know that Omaca-an is the most deadly
of foes. His grip of a hundred men and his strides are so long
that no man can outrun him. So be careful for your own dear
self.” The speaker is ___________.
a. anxious
b. careful
c. angry
d. afraid
If you are not yet well-versed with the skill we will do the next
activity. Infer the trait of the following utterances.
1. “Go out of my room I don’t need your presence.” Liza is
___________.
a. angry
b. hasty
c. coward
d. loving
Let’s Do More
36
To identify with a character means to feel one with him in
the events that happen to him. It is as if we are the ones
experiencing the situations.
2. Gosh! It’s so dark. Please help me.
a. frightened
b. happy
c. joyful
d. disgusted
3. Yepee! I won the contest.
a. joyful
b. worry
c. afraid
d. attentive
4. What? Is it true? Gina won the prize?
a. joyful
b. surprised
c. assertive
d. loving
5. Please accept my apology. I just don’t mean what I said.
a. sad
b. surprise
c. happy
d. sorry
Now, let’s answer the questions.
Before finally going to the final test, let us remember.
Let’s Remember This
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We are now ready to do the final test.
Directions: Identify the mood which best describes character from his
action or dialog. Write the letter of your answer on your paper.
______ 1. “Oh, God! I pray that you take care of her. She’s the only one I
have left.”
a. excited
b. lonely
c. anxious
d. accusing
______ 2. “I will work and study hard so that my parents will be proud
of me.”
a. industrious
b. helpful
c. grateful
d. determined
______ 3. “Oh, Danny, your mother’s operation was a success.”
a. sympathetic
b. happy
c. anxious
d. kindly
______ 4. Danny looked at his guardians with shining eyes. He could
never forget all their kindness.
a. grateful
b. forgiving
c. excited
d. loving
Let’s Test Ourselves
38
______ 5. “I wonder what grade I will get in English, I studied hard for
the test but I was not able to answer all the questions.
a. impatient
b. sad
c. certain
d. doubtful
Directions: Infer the character trait that is best expressed by each short
paragraph. Write the letter of the correct answer.
1. Alfonso, a pupil in Mrs. Fadera’s Class, was thinking of putting
the used bubble gum in his classmate’s seat.
a. curious
b. wicked
c. naughty
d. wise
2. The monkey likes the shark’s friendship and enjoyed throwing
more fruits into the sea.
a. loving
b. happy
c. friendly
d. sad
3. The shark swam back and forth and waited for the monkey.
Thinking that the monkey had left his fruit in a tree farther. The
shark waited longer.
a. coward
b. patient
c. brave
d. happy
Let’s Enrich
Ourselves
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4. It is already late in the evening, but James is still awake. James is
studying his lessons for the next day. James is __________.
a. studious
b. incomplete
c. very weak
d. happy
5. Mario received one gallon of ice cream from his grandfather as a
present. Leo, his youngest brother, asked for some but Mario
didn’t give him any.
a. greedy
b. cruel
c. tidy
d. generous
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Let’s Do This
1. a
2. c
3. d
4. a
5. a
Let’s Do More
1. a
2. a
3. a
4. b
5. d
Let’s Test Ourselves
1. c
2. d
3. b
4. a
5. d
Let’s Enrich Ourselves
1. c
2. c
3. b
4. a
5. a
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English 6 dlp 37 inferring traits and character

  • 1. ENGLISHENGLISHENGLISHENGLISH 6666 Module 37 A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development INFERRING TRAITS OF CHARACTER
  • 2. 31 Hello! Once again today we shall learn another skill. Let us learn together with fun with our activities. Inferring traits of character is another skill that we have to develop. To understand the mood of the person speaking. Read each situation or dialog. Then decide which quality best describes the character mentioned. Write the letter of your answer in the blank before each number. Do this in a separate sheet of paper. ______ 1. “You go and meet them while I make haste within doors and see whether we can get them anything for supper.” The speaker is __________. a. sympathetic b. angry c. hospitable d. pitiful ______ 2. “Since the villagers have forgotten the affections and sympathies of their nature, it is better if the lake is going to ripple over their dwellings again.” The speaker is ___________. a. worried b. angry c. sympathetic d. anxious To the Learner Let’s Try This Let’s Learn This
  • 3. 32 ______ 3. Baucis could hardly believe her eyes. Could it be that she was getting old and forgetful? But when she lifted the pitcher, and made a gesture of pouring into the bowl, an abundant cascade fell bubbling into the bowl. Baucis __________. a. was excited b. had doubts c. was afraid d. felt ashamed ______ 4. “No, I don’t want any tea or food. I don’t even want to see your beautiful dance. Just give me a present to take home with me.” The speaker is ____________. a. angry b. rude c. selfish d. ungrateful ______ 5. King Arthur tried to right the many wrongs done since the death of King Uther. He restored the lands confiscated from the rightful owners. He established the Round Table which stood the equality of all those who sat at it. King Arthur was a __________ king. a. powerful b. merciful c. strong d. just Alright, are your answers same as these? 1. c 2. b 3. b 4. b 5. d Don’t worry if you don’t get a perfect score. I will help you understand.
  • 4. 33 Read the dialog. Then let us answer the questions that follow. Mario: Yes, and they kicked me out of it, for taking one single apple. Gloria: That’s what you get for being hasty. Mario: Could I have guessed they would do that for one single apple? It looked so delicious. Suddenly, I found myself putting it in my lunch bag. Gloria: That’s the trouble with you, when you think of your own stomach, you think of nothing else! Mario: I was not thinking of myself. Gloria: Whom were you thinking of, me? Did I ask you to bring the apples? Mario: I was thinking of our child. Gloria: Tita? Did she ever ask for apples? Mario: Yes, she did. Do you remember the day I took her out for a walk? On our way home, we passed a grocery store that sold delicious apples at 70 centavos each. She wanted to buy one, but I did not have seventy centavos. What I did was buy her one of those small green apples they sell on the sidewalk, but she just threw it away. So, when I saw this apple roll out of the crate, I thought that Tita would love to have it. Gloria: We are not rich, we can live without apples. Mario: Why, did God create apples for the rich alone? I want her to have the best in life. Gloria: So, for a measly, apple, you lost a job you needed so much. Mario: I wouldn’t mind losing a thousand jobs for an apple for my daughter. (from: The World Is an Apple) Let’s Study This
  • 5. 34 Questions: 1. How did Gloria feel when she learned that Mario had lost a job for stealing an apple? (She seems angry) 2. What made you say that? (The sentence which says: So for a measly, apple, you lost a job you needed so much.) 3. If you were an honest person, who would you be like? (Gloria) When we talk, we utter words based on our feelings. Our character and traits are inferred. Inferring traits of character requires sensitivity to the utterances and expressions. Now, let’s find out if you understand our activity. Read each situation. 1. “Old man, why didn’t you take the heavier chest? We could have gotten twice as many jewels and gold. You are silly to have chosen the smaller and lighter ones.” The speaker is __________. a. greedy b. selfish c. untrustworthy d. ungrateful 2. The genie said, “The stone from the date you have eaten struck my son in the eye and killed him. I will kill you as you have killed my son.” The genie was ___________. a. just b. powerful c. revengeful d. strong Let’s Do This
  • 6. 35 3. The gardener suddenly slapped his knee, and double up, shaking silently. The gardener is ____________. a. crying b. laughing c. shouting d. trembling 4. “I told you not to get the fruits from my garden. You have climbed my trees and stole all my fruits. For that you will be punished.” The speaker is ____________. a. furious b. anxious c. afraid d. unafraid 5. “Good-bye, my mother. I know that Omaca-an is the most deadly of foes. His grip of a hundred men and his strides are so long that no man can outrun him. So be careful for your own dear self.” The speaker is ___________. a. anxious b. careful c. angry d. afraid If you are not yet well-versed with the skill we will do the next activity. Infer the trait of the following utterances. 1. “Go out of my room I don’t need your presence.” Liza is ___________. a. angry b. hasty c. coward d. loving Let’s Do More
  • 7. 36 To identify with a character means to feel one with him in the events that happen to him. It is as if we are the ones experiencing the situations. 2. Gosh! It’s so dark. Please help me. a. frightened b. happy c. joyful d. disgusted 3. Yepee! I won the contest. a. joyful b. worry c. afraid d. attentive 4. What? Is it true? Gina won the prize? a. joyful b. surprised c. assertive d. loving 5. Please accept my apology. I just don’t mean what I said. a. sad b. surprise c. happy d. sorry Now, let’s answer the questions. Before finally going to the final test, let us remember. Let’s Remember This
  • 8. 37 We are now ready to do the final test. Directions: Identify the mood which best describes character from his action or dialog. Write the letter of your answer on your paper. ______ 1. “Oh, God! I pray that you take care of her. She’s the only one I have left.” a. excited b. lonely c. anxious d. accusing ______ 2. “I will work and study hard so that my parents will be proud of me.” a. industrious b. helpful c. grateful d. determined ______ 3. “Oh, Danny, your mother’s operation was a success.” a. sympathetic b. happy c. anxious d. kindly ______ 4. Danny looked at his guardians with shining eyes. He could never forget all their kindness. a. grateful b. forgiving c. excited d. loving Let’s Test Ourselves
  • 9. 38 ______ 5. “I wonder what grade I will get in English, I studied hard for the test but I was not able to answer all the questions. a. impatient b. sad c. certain d. doubtful Directions: Infer the character trait that is best expressed by each short paragraph. Write the letter of the correct answer. 1. Alfonso, a pupil in Mrs. Fadera’s Class, was thinking of putting the used bubble gum in his classmate’s seat. a. curious b. wicked c. naughty d. wise 2. The monkey likes the shark’s friendship and enjoyed throwing more fruits into the sea. a. loving b. happy c. friendly d. sad 3. The shark swam back and forth and waited for the monkey. Thinking that the monkey had left his fruit in a tree farther. The shark waited longer. a. coward b. patient c. brave d. happy Let’s Enrich Ourselves
  • 10. 39 4. It is already late in the evening, but James is still awake. James is studying his lessons for the next day. James is __________. a. studious b. incomplete c. very weak d. happy 5. Mario received one gallon of ice cream from his grandfather as a present. Leo, his youngest brother, asked for some but Mario didn’t give him any. a. greedy b. cruel c. tidy d. generous
  • 11. 40 Let’s Do This 1. a 2. c 3. d 4. a 5. a Let’s Do More 1. a 2. a 3. a 4. b 5. d Let’s Test Ourselves 1. c 2. d 3. b 4. a 5. d Let’s Enrich Ourselves 1. c 2. c 3. b 4. a 5. a Answer Key