1. INCOMPLETE SENTENCE This calls for the learners tocomplete a sentence or sentences that are related to the lessons The main purpose is to drawresponses from the learners thatwill reveal their choices, beliefs, opinions, preferences, feelings, and the like
Example:During your English class, you have read about “The Necklace “ by Guy de Maupassant. At the end of the story, you can ask them to fill out the sentence below based on their opinions: 1. The story is__________________________ 2. If I were Mathilde, I would_______________
In science, you conducted an experiment on the factors that affects solubility, you can ask them to fill out the sentence at the end of the experiment:1. The experiment is_________________
2. Giving One’s Title aPoem/Story/Paragraph readThe learners could be asked to give their own title. It could be done by groups or by individuals. The important thing is to give them a chance to explain their choice for such title.
1. A story tells that two friends werewalking through the desert. During somepoint of the journey they had an argument,and one friend slapped the other one inthe face. The one who got slapped washurt, but without saying anything, wrote inthe sand: "TODAY MY BEST FRIENDSLAPPED ME IN THE FACE."They kept on walking until they found anoasis, where they decided to take a bath.The one, who had been slapped, got stuckin the mire and started drowning, but thefriend saved him. After the friendrecovered from the near drowning, hewrote on a stone: "TODAY MY BEST
The friend who had slapped andsaved his best friend asked him, "After Ihurt you, you wrote in the sand and now,you write on a stone, why?"The other friend replied: "When someonehurts us, we should write it down in sandwhere winds of forgiveness can erase itaway. But, when someone does somethinggood for us, we must engrave it in stonewhere no wind can ever erase it."LEARN TO WRITE YOUR HURTS IN THESAND, AND TO CARVE YOUR BENEFITS INSTONE
2. A certain man planted a rose andwatered it faithfully and before itblossomed, he examined it.He saw the bud that would soon blossom,but noticed thorns upon the stem and hethought, "How can any beautiful flowercome from a plant burdened with so manysharp thorns? Saddened by this thought,he neglected to water the rose, and justbefore it was ready to bloom... it died.So it is with many people. Within everysoul there is a rose. The God-like qualitiesplanted in us at birth, grow amid thethorns of our faults. Many of us look atourselves and see only the thorns, thedefects.
We despair, thinking that nothing good canpossibly come from us. We neglect to water thegood within us, and eventually it dies. Wenever realize our potential.Some people do not see the rose withinthemselves; someone else must show it tothem. One of the greatest gifts a person canpossess is to be able to reach past the thornsof another, and find the rose within them.This is one of the characteristic of love... tolook at a person, know their true faults andaccepting that person into your life... all thewhile recognizing the nobility in their soul.Help others to realize they can overcome theirfaults. If we show them the "rose" withinthemselves, they will conquer their thorns.Only then will they blossom many times over.
Pagkatapos makita ang halaga ng premyongipagkakaloob sa mananalo sa patimpalak na iyon,dali-dali siyang umuwi’t sinimulang ihagod angkanyang panitik sa papel. Magdamag siyang gising samundo ng mga katha. Tiyak na makukuha niya angginto sa patimpalak na iyon. Kinabukasan, dala ang susi sa kanyangtagumpay, nakita niyang inaalis ng isang lalaki anganunsiyong nagbigay buhay sa kanya. “Boss, bakit mo inaalis iyan? Tiyak, maramipang interesado diyan!” aniya . “Eh, sir, walong buwan na po itong nakapaskil.” Inagaw niya ang anunsiyo sa lalaki. Nanlumosiya sa nakita. Sana’y nabasa niya ang petsang nasaibaba ng anunsiyo.
Make a memory with your children,Spend some time to show you care;Toys and trinkets cant replace thosePrecious moments that you share.Money doesnt buy real pleasure, Itdoesnt matter where you live;Children need your own attention,Something only you can give.Childhoods days pass all too quickly,Happy memories all too few;Plan to do that special something, Takethe time to go or do.Make a memory with your children,Take the time in busy days;.Have some fun while they are growing,Show your love in gentle ways.
3. Using Value-Judgment QuestionsThis could be done at any phase of the lesson. This is the most common strategy because practically, this is part and parcel of teaching
Examples1. If you were Rizal, would you havechosen to live rather than die? Why? (Social Studies) 2. Do you think Nobel had the the right to invent the dynamite? (Science)3. Would you do the same things as Mathilde did? (English)
4. Giving Caption to a PictureEach is given a chance to present a caption to the picture then report will follow afterwards.Emphasis should be placed on the reasons for choosing the title and the manner by which is arrived at.
5. Values Voting Here, the teacher reads aloud in one by one questions which begin with:“How many of you________?” After each is read, the learners take a stand by doing any of the following:a.Raising their hands (Affirmative)b.Pointing their thumbs down (negative)c.Folding their arms (undecided)d.Taking no action at all (pass)
How many of you reallybelieve that love is blind?Raise you hands (if you strongly believe)Point your thumbs down (if you strongly disagree)Fold you arms (if you don’t know because sometimes it is, sometimes it ‘s not)Stand (when don’t care toanswer)