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  1. 1. Sample learning plan in English 1 - Presentation Transcript<br />“ Knowledge must be gained by ourselves. Mankind may supply us with the facts; but the results, even if they agree with the previous ones, must be the work of our mind.” <br />(Benjamin Disraeli) <br />Sample Learning Plan In English I Basic Features and Elements of Narrative <br />STAGE 1: Desired Results / Outcomes <br />General Standard: <br />- The learner demonstrates literary and communicative competence through his/her understanding of the different genres of Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine culture. <br />Content Standard: <br />- The learner demonstrates understanding of the distinctive features, aesthetic elements and underlying objectives of varied types of Philippine narratives using the most appropriate language forms and functions. <br />Performance Standard: <br />- The learner tells a story creatively and proficiently. <br />Concept Matrix Topic: <br />- Basic Features and Elements of Narrative. <br />A. Essential Understanding <br />Students will understand that: <br />Narratives are interesting accounts of people’s ideas, feelings and values pertinent to their, culture and society. <br />Prior Knowledge: <br />-The students may be thinking that: <br />Narratives have to be long in order for details/elements to be complete. <br />Narratives are always told in the order in which an event occurred. <br />Folk narratives are simplistic explanations of things around us. <br />Philippine folk narratives do not have the elements of narratives. <br />Philippine folk narratives are copied after western ones. <br />6. Verb tense is all about correct form or structure and that it has nothing to do with proficient storytelling. <br />7. Each narrative element is independent from the other elements. <br />8. A narrative is pure fiction and its conflict has nothing to do with real-life situations. <br />9. Comic strips are trivial illustrations of narratives. <br />New Knowledge <br />Narrative may be short but can contain the essential elements. <br />Narratives use elements like plot, characters, conflict, and theme in order to tell story in clear and exciting way. <br />Narratives, are behaviors that provide insight on the culture and beliefs of a nation. <br />4. Philippine narrative reflect our uniqueness and cultural identity as a people. Tales have special features that make them distinct from one culture to another. <br />B. Essential Questions <br />Why study Philippine narratives? <br />How do I write a narrative proficiently and creatively? <br />How can verbs in the simple past tense with their time markers facilitate to proficiently tell a story? <br />C. Transfer Goals <br />-The students can tell a story by <br />Using correct verb tense (in this lesson-simple past tense with its time markers) to facilitate time consistency and coherence; <br />Logically integrating the elements to develop the theme or to signify human experiences; and <br />Significantly illustrating traits of characters in comic strips. <br />D. Objectives (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes or KSA) <br />1.The students will know… (K) <br />a. Basic features and elements of narrative <br />b. Types of narratives <br />c. Narrative devices <br />d. Forms and functions of verbs in the simple past tense <br />e. Time markers/signals to use in the simple past tense <br />2. The students will be able to… (S) <br />a. Abstract the distinctive features and elements of narratives <br />b. Clarify the objectives of narratives <br />c. Classify samples of folk narratives <br />d. Trace the development of action in a story <br />e. Illustrate traits of characters through comic strips <br />f. Use details to find meaning and connection among the elements of narratives <br />g. Explain how narrative features work together to help one understand and appreciate narratives <br />h. Relate conflicts in narratives to real life experiences <br />i. Use diagrams, charts, drawings, and other visuals to illustrate understanding of ideas <br />j. Use multimedia and technology in the presentation of anime comic strips <br />k. Use correct forms of verbs in the simple past tense <br />l. Use appropriate time markers to express past actions <br />m. Formulate clear questions and appropriate responses <br />n. Point the Filipino values and traditions as mirrored in the narrative. <br />o. Retell an adapted narrative. <br />3. The students must be able to <br />a. Work with others cooperatively and collaboratively <br />b. Exhibit respect for others by not talking out of turn <br />c. Manifest diligence in learning by finishing tasks assigned. <br />d. Take pride in being a Filipino through its folk narratives. <br />STAGE 2: Assessment Evidence <br />Performance Task (GRASPS) <br />A. Task Overview <br />In an effort to promote appreciation of Filipino folk narratives nationwide, the National Book Development Board has commissioned your publishing house for a project. <br />Being a graphic designer/writer of a popular children’s book, you were asked by the publishing house to develop write and illustrate a relevant and representative Philippine folk narrative as an anime comic strip. Since their target market is the 10-12 year old upper elementary students, <br />they want your work to present creatively the elements of narrative and exhibit a craftsmanship that will ensure the product’s marketability. <br />B. Evidence at the level of understanding <br />The learner should be able to demonstrate understanding covering the six (6) facets of understanding. <br />Explanation <br />Illustrate traits of characters in a map/guide . <br />Interpretation <br />Make meaning out of details used in a folk narrative . <br />Application <br />- Create an anime comics strips of a folk narrative <br />- Use multimedia and technology in the presentation <br />- Use simple past tense, appropriate time markers. <br />Perspective <br />Judge on the uniqueness of an anime comic strip presentation using agreed upon criteria <br />Empathy <br />Relate to other’s experience in search for meaning in life <br />Self-Knowledge <br />Realize one’s capability to construct meaning from a wide range of narrative texts <br />C. Evidence at the level of performance <br />The learner artistically creates an anime comic strip based on a folk narrative following these criteria: <br />Focus/Theme <br />Characters <br />Problem/conflict <br />Development of action <br />Creativity <br />Craftsmanship <br />Tests and Quizzes <br />A . Elements of Narrative <br />B. Identifying simple past tense of the verb and time markers in a selection <br />C. Filling in time markers in a narrative text <br />D. Story map (analyze features of folk narratives) <br />E. Quiz (internet on verbs simple past tense) <br />F. Abstraction activity (simple past tense of verbs) <br />Students Work Samples: <br />A. Activity Sheets <br />B. Academic Prompts <br />C. Writing drafts <br />D. Homework <br />Informal Checks for Understanding <br />A. Background Knowledge Probe <br />B. Learning Logs <br />C. Journal Entries <br />Others <br />A. Recitation <br />B. Participation in Group work <br />Stage 3: Learning Plan <br />EU – Narratives are interesting accounts of people’s ideas, feelings and values pertinent to the development of their culture and society. <br />EQ – Why study Phil. narratives? <br />Sub. EQ: - Why are narratives important? <br />Introduction of Essential Question <br />What do the following have in common? <br />A. Legend of the First Banana <br />B. Avatar <br />C. Si Malakas at Si Maganda <br />D. The Parable of the Prodigal Son <br />E. The Monkey and The Tortoise <br />F. Aqua Bendita <br />H. The Last Prince <br />Interaction with different Resources to answer the EQ. <br />( Teachers, self, students, peer, content, technology, materials) <br />Process: <br />What is your favorite story? <br />How many of you share the same story? <br />What makes that story your favorite? <br />How many parts of the plot does your story have? <br />5. Does your story follow the traditional triangle plot? Explain. <br />6. Did you have difficulty identifying the plot of your story? Why or why not? <br />7. Which element of the plot is the easiest to identify in your story? The most difficult? Explain why? <br />8. What role does the plot play in making this your favorite story? <br />9. What is the lesson or message related to you by your favorite story? <br />10. Would this message have the same impact to you if someone had directly told you this? Why or why not? <br />11. What does this tell us about stories? <br />Integration of Findings From Different Resources <br />Make a Learning LOG. <br />Learning Log #1 Concept:_______________________ What I thought What I think Before... Now…… Before I used to think Now, I’ve learned That….. That….. <br />2. – Choose from any of the concepts your have learned today. <br />- Using the above Learning Log, write down new ideas or insights you have learned or unlearned after our lesson regarding this concept. <br />3. Ask the students to share their “before-after” entries. <br />4. Ask for a generalization about the lesson. <br />Narratives are interesting accounts of people’s ideas , feelings and values pertinent to the development of their culture and society. <br />a. Ideas – studying narratives enable us to probe into the minds and ways of our ancestors since their answers are reflective of their time. <br />b. Feelings – studying narratives help us touch base with our feelings, helping us emotionally rehearse for situations similar to the narrative taken up in class. <br />c. Values – studying narratives enable us to get hindsights on how are our ancestors made sense of what they value in their lives, giving us an insight into our own value system. <br />RESOURCES: <br />Websites: <br />http:// users. Aber. Ac. Uk/ jmp/ ellsa elements. Html <br />this site presents the basic elements of short story. <br />http: // reading. Pppst. Com/elements. Html <br />this site features a # of PowerPoint presentations about the elements of literature. <br />Reference: <br />Eugenio, Damiana (ed)(1993). The Myths; Phil. Folk Literature Quezon City: <br />Pickering, James H and Hoeper, Jeffrey (1994) Literature (4 th ed) New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. <br />24 Things To Remember (Collin Mc Carty) <br />Your presence is a present to the world. <br />You’re unique and one of a kind. <br />Your life can be what you want it to be. <br />Take the day just one at a time. <br />Count your blessings, not your troubles. <br />You’ll make it through whatever comes along <br />Within you are so many answers. <br />Understand, have courage, be strong. <br />Don’t put limits on yourself <br />So many dreams are waiting to be realized. <br />Decisions are too important to leave to chance <br />Reach for your peak, your goal, your prize <br />Nothing wastes more energy than worrying <br />The longer one carries a problem, the heavier it gets <br />Don’t take things too seriously <br />Live a life of serenity, not a life of regrets. <br />Remember that a little love goes a long way <br />Remember that a lot…….goes forever <br />Remember that friendship is a wise investment. <br />Life’s treasure are people…….TOGETHER <br />Realize that it’s never too late <br />Do ORDINARY things in an EXTRAORDINARY way. <br />Have health and hope and happiness <br />Take the time to wish upon a star <br />AND DON’T EVER FORGET….. <br />FOR EVEN A DAY……. <br />HOW VERY SPECIAL YOU ARE…. <br />THANK YOU <br />AND <br />

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