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Lc english (1)

  1. 1. LEARNING COMPETENCIES Communication Skills ENGLISHI. Listening Auditory Discrimination 1. Identify sounds produced by different animals in the environment e.g. aw, aw (dog) oink, oink (pig) 2. Identify sounds produced by different objects in the environment e.g. sound of siren, fire truck train, boat, church bell 3. Distinguish similar from dissimilar sounds e.g. meow-meow, zzz-sss Visual Discrimination Identify letter sounds 1. Identify the letter that represents the sound heard • b, m, p, a • d, f, g, e, c, k, q • n, h, s, j, i • f, v, z, o • l, r, w, y, x, u 2. Identify vowel/consonant sounds in initial/final position e.g. Initial Position /m/ as in man /f/ as in fan /z/ as in zoo /a/ as in ant /e/ as in egg Final Position /t/ as in hat /s/ as in bus /n/ as in pen etc. 3. Identify names of pictures that rhyme 4. Identify words that rhyme
  2. 2. Listening Comprehension 1. Note details from a story listened to - answer wh- question 2. Follow simple one step directions heardII. Speaking 1. Produce the sounds listened to (refer to listening activity) a. Animal sounds b. Objects in the environment c. Letter sounds 2. Talk about oneself and others 2.1 Tell one’s name, sex, age, address, name of school e.g. My name is _____________________. I’m ____________________ years old. I live in Barangay ________________. I go to ________________________. (Name of School) 2.2 Ask and answer questions about oneself and others e.g. What’s your name? How old are you? Where do you live? What’s your teacher’s name? 3. Use simple greetings and courteous expressions in appropriate situations 3.1 Say simple greetings e.g. Hello, Good morning, Good afternoon Goodnight, Goodbye, Happy Birthday 3.2 Use courteous expressions e.g. Thank you, You’re welcome, Excuse me, I’m sorry, May I go out, Please come in. 4. Talk about things using a/an, this is/that is • at home • in the classroom/school • in the community 5. Talk about places using this is/ that is • at home • in the school • in the community 6. Talk about people using he, she, this is/that is • family members • school helpers • community helpers
  3. 3. 7. Use words that describe • things • places • people 8. Use prepositions in, on, under, over 9. Identify objects in relation with others in terms of position • in-out • under-above • left-right 10. Recite rhymes and jingles 11. Name the days of the week 12. Name the months of the yearIII. Reading A. Readiness 1. Demonstrate the proper eye movement in reading 1.1 from left-right 1.2 from top-bottom 1.3 from left to right, top to bottom 2. Read the letters of the alphabet 3. Note similarities and differences in letter forms 3.1 Identify the letters that are the same in a group of letters 3.2 Identify the letter that is different in a group of letters 3.3 Identify critical letter forms 3.4 Identify correct letter pairs Example: b-d, p-g, n-m-n-u 4. Identify words that are the same/different e.g. was, saw, was hot, hot, hut 5. Identify pictures/objects that are the same/different B. Word Recognition 1. Associate words with pictures 2. Recognize common words thru sight word technique 3. Read simple words with consonant – vowel – consonant pattern through picture and configuration clues. 4. Read simple words, phrases and sentences e.g. book a book This is a book. (3-4 word in a sentence)
  4. 4. C. Reading Comprehension 1. Note details in pictures - solo picture - composite picture 2. Give the main idea - Tell what the picture is about 3. Sequence events in pictures 4. Perceive relationship - Part – whole relationship e.g. - Source e.g. - Function e.g. 5. Predict outcome - Tell the picture that gives appropriate ending to a story D. Literacy Appreciation Skills 1. Show appreciation in reciting simple rhymes and jingles. 2. Act out simple rhymes / poems / jingles.IV. Writing A. Pre-Writing Activities 1. Develop fine motor skills 1.1 Hold pencil properly 1.2 Scribble spontaneously 1.3 Make vertical, horizontal and curve lines
  5. 5. B. Guided Writing 1. Write the letters of the alphabet in manuscript form (upper case and lower case) • Trace and write the letters of the alphabet written with straight lines I, F, E, L, H, T e.g. Ll, Tt • Trace and write the letters with a combination of straight and slanting lines V, N, A, X, Z, K, M, W, Y e.g. Vv, Nn • Trace and write the letters with combination of straight and curved lines D, B, P, R, U, J e.g. Dd, Bb • Trace and write the letters with rounded strokes C, G, O, Q, S e.g. Gg, Qq2. Write letters of the alphabet in correct sequence3. Trace one’s name in manuscript form4. Write one’s name in manuscript form5. Copy words, phrases and sentences