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Form 3: Curriculum Guide

A. CURRICULUM GUIDE

 

GRADE LEVEL: Grade 7 (1 st Year) SUBJECT AREA: English 1: Communication Arts in English 1 and Philippine Literature in English

 

Content/ Topic

Desired Learning Competencies

Suggested

Suggested

Suggested

 

Learning

Time Frame

Communicative

Instructional

Assessment

Resources

 

Functions

Strategies

Strategies

 

First Quarter

           

A. Learning

1. Identify one’s learning style(s)

 

Self-inventory

Inventory guide

Web Resources

1

meeting

Styles

Discussion

 

2. Apply knowledge of one’s learning style to one’s strategy in studying/learning

Sharing

B. Study/

3. Demonstrate familiarity in using library materials

 

Library Tour Orientation on Library Rules Lecture

Poster on How to Use the Library Student Commitment Contract

Web Resources

1meeting

Research

Skills, Library

and Study

4. Exercise ethics in citing sources

Skills, and

 

Citing Sources

   

C. “Smart

5. Adopt techniques in studying, learning and taking tests

 

Discussion sharing of techniques Brainstorming

Personal Study

Web Resources

1

meeting

Studying” by

Schedule

 

Dennis Arroyo

D. Review on

6. Identify the part of speech

Asking questions

Diagnostic test

Worksheets

1.

Maclin, A.

3

meetings

Parts of

Grammar Games

(2004).

 

Speech

7. Differentiate the

Cloze Exercise

Reference guide

E. Review of

sentence parts

to English.

Basic

Washington:

F. Sentence Parts

Holt, Rhinehart,

G. Subject Verb

8. Recall the rule/s

 

Lecture

Quiz

and Winston.

3

meetings

Agreement

9. Infer grammar rules from examples given

Exercises

Writing Activities

2.

Carrol, J.,

 

Wilson, E. &

Forlini, G.

10. Observe rules when writing sentences

(2001). Writing

and grammar.

Singapore:

H. Pronoun-

11. Define antecedents in relation to pronouns

 

Lecture

Quiz

Pearson Education South Asia Pte. Ltd.

2

meetings

Antecedent

Exercise

Writing Activities

 

Agreement

12. Use pronouns properly

3.

Guffey, M. &

Seefer, C.

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I. Principal Parts of the Verbs and Tenses

13. Demonstrate mastery of the principal parts of the verb through the correct use of the correct tense

Narrating events and processes (laboratory experiments)

Lecture/Discussion Grammar Games Drills/Worksheets

Quiz

(2002).

4

meetings

Essential of

 

English. Ohio:

     

South-Western

Thomas

Learning.

J. Introduction to

14. Differentiate forms and functions of Philippine literary

 

Lecture Skits Comic strips Film viewing (film about native deities or mythology)

Composition of an original myths and

Eugenio, Damiana. (2005) Philippine Folk Literature: The Myths. Quezon City: UP Press

6

meetings

Literature and

 

Genres

legends based on respective folk lit conventions

K. Philippine Mythology in English (depending on the regional campus) and the Short story

genres

15. Explain insights about one’s cultural roots based on the text read

16. Produce a myth/legend based on respective folk literary conventions

     
 

17. Identify elements employed in a short story

L. Roots, Affixes,

18. Decode unfamiliar vocabulary applying knowledge of affixes

 

Picture word meanings Word puzzles Word Wall / Word Bank Word Association

- quizzes

Grammar and

2

meetings

Bases

Composition I

 

(Prentice Hall)

Activity Sheets

19. Use prefixes and suffixes correctly

20. Derive meaning from context

 

M. A Collection of Regional Myths (to be compiled by each teacher)

21. Identify the main and subordinate ideas in written works

22. Summarize ideas in one’s own words

 

Home Reading

Panel Discussion

 

2

meetings

Assignment

Book Report

 

Long Test

 

23. Determine the different purposes and methods of writing

24. Identify writer’s point of view and tone

25. Interpret writer’s

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meaning inferentially and literally 26. State one’s personal opinions and assumptions from a writer’s through literary analysis

         

Second Quarter

           

A.

Conjunctions

1. Construct compound and complex sentences using conjunctions

Comparing and

*Cloze *Discovery Approach *Deductive/Inductive Method

*Letter writing using conjunctions

Grammar and

 

2 meetings

 

contrasting of

Composition I

 

concepts events,

 

(Prentice Hall)

people (science,

 

history)

 

B.

Transition

2. Use key idea sentences support sentences, transition words, and restatement in texts

Reporting

*Lecture

*Comic strip

Grammar and

1

meeting

Words

*Improvisations

Composition I

 

Describing a process

*Quiz

(Prentice Hall)

C. Prepositions

3. Employ prepositions to show relationships between nouns and pronouns

Giving directions and instructions

*Drills and exercises *Sentence constructions *Dialogues *Deductive/Inductive Method

*Mapping

Grammar and

2

meetings

*Song

Composition I

 
 

*Quiz

(Prentice Hall)

Locating things and places

Activity Sheets

D.

Verbals

4. Differentiate verbals from verbs

Articulating experiences,

*Lecture

*Cinquain

Grammar and

3

meetings

 

*Brainstorming

*Speech

Composition I

 

5. Compare and

observations, and opinions on contemporary issues

*Role-playing

(Prentice Hall)

contrast the forms and functions of the different verbals

*Mock-debate

Forming judgments on social issues

E. Introduction to the Novel ( Pre- War Philippine Literature in English)

6.

Characterize the

 

*Power Point

*Quiz *Poetry Reading *Character Portrayal *Choral Reading

MS PPT

9

meetings

general nature of literary works of the period by identifying

Presentations

Abad, G.H.

 

(2002) The

Likhaan

common subjects, themes and styles

 

Anthology of

 

Philippine

7.

Identify the themes of

Literature in

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given literary

     

English from 1900 to the present

 

selections

F.

Antonyms and

8. Optimize vocabulary using synonyms and antonyms

Choosing the appropriate word for the right context

*Word Games

*Word Association *Sentence Construction *Quiz Bee *Word Games

Grammar and

3

meetings

Synonyms

Composition I

 
 

(Prentice Hall)

9. Unlock meanings through context clues

 

SRA

G. Figures of Speech

10.

Identify and explain

 

* Lecture

*List Poem

Grammar and

4

meetings

poetic devices, use of local color, figurative language,

and sensory images in literary forms

* Poem Analysis

Composition I

 
 

* SRA

(Prentice Hall)

11.

Explain meaningful

and symbolic lines

from the selection read

12.

Cite illustrative examples

Create figures of speech

13.

H. Without Seeing the Dawn (Stevan Javellana)

14. Identify the main and subordinate ideas in written works

15. Summarize ideas in one’s own words

 

Home Reading

Worksheets using Graphic Organizers / Long Test

 

2

meetings

Assignment

 
 

16. Recognize different purposes and methods of writing

 

17. Identify writer’s point of view and tone

18. Interpret writer’s meaning inferentially and literally

19. Separate one’s personal opinions and assumptions from a writer’s

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through literary

         

analysis

Third Quarter

           

A. Sentence

1. Recognize the components of basic sentence patterns

Answering essay type questions

Work Book (Drill) Grammar Games Multi-media-aided Lecture/Discussions Lecture/Interactive - discussion Fish bowl activity Slide show presentation Cloze Test

Collaborative Work (Group Story/Composition) with provided rubrics Print / TV advertisement (by group) Paper and Pencil Test Short and Long Quiz Short Speech Delivery

Grammar and

7 meetings

Patterns

Composition I

 

(Prentice Hall)

Writing summaries

Activity Sheets

2. Identify sentence patterns in given sentences

using clear, concise sentences

3. Construct effective sentences using basic sentence patterns

4. Recognize the

 

B. Sentence

components of each sentence structure (simple, compound, complex,

compound-

 

Structures

complex)

5. Construct various sentence structures using appropriate conjunctions

6. Write a short paragraph using the sentence structures

7. Recognize the

C. Sentence

functions of sentences

Functions

8. Classify sentences by function (Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, Exclamatory)

9. Analyze how sentences are formed/

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punctuated

         

according to

function

D.

Punctuations

10. Use proper punctuation marks in constructing effective sentences.

11. Punctuate the sentences

Composing written reports

Drill

 

Internet sources

1

meetings

 

Worksheet

Grammar books

 
 

Multi-media aided

Other

presentation

references

12. Write correct sentences/paragra ph using appropriate punctuation marks

E.

13. Use structural, lexical, and contextual devices (denotation and connotation) in deriving the meaning of unknown words and ambiguous discourse

Making predictions

Contextual Clues

Quiz

 

1

meeting

Connotation and

Word association

 

Denotation

and anticipating outcomes

Word links

F.

Introduction to

14. Identify the elements of drama

 

Dramatic Reading Round Table Discussion

Short Dramatic

 

4

meetings

Drama

Presentations

 
 

15. Differentiate drama from other

(with provided

Film Viewing (of a play turned movie)

rubrics)

literary forms/genres

16. Associate characters and given situations of the play to reality through role playing

H.

Bamboo in the Wind (Azucena Grajo-Uranza)

17. Identify main and subordinate ideas in written works

18. Summarize ideas

 

Home Reading

Worksheet with Graphic Organizers Long Test

 

2

meeting

Assignment

 
 

in

one’s own

 

words

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19. Identify writer’s point of view and tone

         

20. Interpret the writer’s literal and figurative meaning

Fourth Quarter

           

A. Phrases

1. Differentiate phrase from clause and sentence

Supporting opinions

Discussion Sentence Completion Company/Product Print Ads Analysis

Print Ads Making Photo Caption Writing

Grammar and

3

meetings

Composition I

 

(Prentice Hall)

2. Supply missing phrases to complete sentences

 

Activity Sheets

B. Fragments, run-

3. Identify fragments, run-ons and fused sentences

 

Discussion

Short Lab Report Writing

3

meetings

on sentences,

Grammar Drill

 

fused sentences

Peer Editing

 

4. Revise fragments, run-ons and fused sentences

C. Clauses

5. Differentiate dependent from independent clause

 

Discussion Drills Model Letter Analysis

Letter Writing

3

meetings

(Request/ Intent/

 

Excuse)

6. Write sentences showing logical coordination and subordination of ideas

 

Quiz

D. Introduction to

7. Distinguish imagery and poetic devices used in a poem Make generalizations and significant abstractions from different reading materials designed for information, pleasure and appreciation.

8.

 

Poetry Reading Poem Interpretation and Discussion Story Mapping Character Analysis Directed Reading Teaching Activity (DRTA) K-W-L Skimming and Scanning

Poetry Writing

1.Abad, G.H. (2002). The Likhaan Anthology of Philippine Literature in English from 1900 to the present 2. Crogan. R.V (1998). The Development of Philippine Literature in English

3

meetings

Poetry and

 

Contemporary

Group Reporting through PowerPoint Presentation

Philippine

Literature in

English

 

Short Reflective/

Informative Essay

Writing

Outlining an Essay

9.

Express appreciation of one’s identity and

 

Mock Author

Interview

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cultural heritage through writing poems Book Jacket Making or Movie Poster Making 10. Interpret the
cultural heritage
through writing
poems
Book Jacket Making
or Movie Poster
Making
10. Interpret the text’s
meaning
inferentially and
literally
3. Balarbar,
C.V., Bolascon,
K.A. & Remoto,
D. R. (2010).
English GEMS
in Philippine
Literature
11. Demonstrate
appreciation of
literary elements of
poems, short
stories and essays
through literary
analysis
12. Judge the
characters’
motives and
attitudes based on
their actions,
thoughts and
descriptions
through character
analysis
13. Identify and explain
the theme(s) of the
poem/short story
14. Summarize ideas
and/or information
contained in a text
15. Determine the
author’s writing
style and purpose
16. Identify the writer’s
point of view and
tone
17. Point out the
Filipino cultural
values and heritage
underscored in the
poems/ short
stories/ essays
through details
analysis

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E.

Idiomatic

18. Unlock the meaning of idiomatic expressions through context clues

19. Listen to an informative text

Paraphrasing

Discussion Viewing Famous Movie Excerpts and Analyzing Idiomatic Dialogs Listening to an Informative Speech*

Impromptu Speech

 

2

meetings

Expressions

 
 

20. Use idiomatic expressions in speech and writing

 

F.Critical Multi-

21. Identify the main ideas or messages of editorial

Process writing

Actual Viewing

Short Informative Commercial (Infomercial) Making

National and

3

meetings

 

Media Viewing

Content Analysis

Local

 
 

Criticizing

Newspapers

cartoons, print ads, comic strips, etc.

 

Print Ads

22. Summarize the ideas found in multi-media texts using one’s own words

23. Determine the different purposes and methods of multi-media messages

24. Create one’s own multi-media message

G.

“The Last Time I Saw Mother” by Arlene Chai

25. Identify main and subordinate ideas in written works

26. Summarize ideas in one’s own words

 

Home Reading

Long Test

 

2

meetings

Assignment

 
 

27. Recognize different purposes and methods of writing

28. Identify writer’s point of view and tone

29. Interpret writer’s meaning inferentially and

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literally 30. Separate one’s personal opinions and assumptions from a writer’s
literally
30. Separate one’s
personal opinions
and assumptions
from a writer’s

Note: Items in Boldface are the suggested Special Projects for each quarter.

B. HARMONIZED GRADING SYSTEM Periodic Exam

30%

Quizzes, Long Tests and Performance-based Tasks

30%

Special Projects

20%

Other Tasks (Recitation/Homework/Seatwork/Groupwork)

20%

TOTAL

100%

C. WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS 6-8 Quizzes At least one Long Test composed of 50-60 points At least two special projects

D. APPENDIX: A List of Suggested Selections per Quarter

1 st Quarter: Philippine Folk Literature in English

 

2 nd Quarter: Pre-War Philippine Literature in English

3 rd Quarter: Post-War Philippine Literature in English

4 th Quarter: Contemporary Philippine Literature in English

Asuang Steals Fire From Gugurang Origin of this World The Quarrel of the Volcanoes Samal Genesis The Bontoc Legend of Lumawig The Creation of the Earth and the First People The Bukidnon Ascension to Heaven How the World was Created The Man and Woman of the Bamboo Bila-an Genesis Children of the Skyworld The Life of Lam-Ang The Three Heroes of Ibalon

Stories:

Stories:

Poems:

The Mats( Francisco Arcellana) The Bread of Salt (N.V.M. Gonzalez) How My Brother Leon Brought Home A Wife (Manuel Arguilla)

Distance to Andromeda (Gregorio Brillantes) The Wedding Dance (Amador Daguio) May Day Eve (Nick Joaquin)

Diaspora (Oscar Picazo) Candles (Danton Remoto) Restless (Cecilia Borromeo) Batik Maker (Virginia Moreno) Letter to Pedro (Rene Estrella Amper)

Poems:

Poems:

Essay:

Moonlight on Manila Bay (Fernando

Bonsai (Edith Tiempo) The Fragrance of Summertime (Oscar de Zuniga)

Drama:

There’s a Teenager in the House (Kerima Polotan-Tuvera) Goodbye Superboy (Max Soliven) Where’s the Patis? (Carmen Guerrero-Nacpil)

M.

Maramag)

Come Home, Heroes (Bienvenido N. Santos) I Can No More Hear Love’s (Jose Garcia Villa) I Have Begrudged the Years (Angela

Oli Impan (Alberto Florentino) The World is an Apple (Alberto Florentino)

Story:

 

C.

Manalang-Gloria)

Life Is a Three-Ring Circus (Jose A. Quirino) Faith, Love, Time and Dr. Lazaro

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(Gregorio C. Brillantes) The Visitation of the Gods (Gilda Cordero-Fernando) A House Full of Daughters (Kerima Polotan-Tuvera) The Day of the Locusts (Leoncio P. Deriada) The Wireless Tower (N.V.M. Gonzales) House at the Zapote Street (Nick Joaquin) Professor Quemada’s Last Words (Eric Gamalinda)

*Speech:

Blond and Blue Eyes (Patricia Evangelista)

HRA: A compilation of Regional Folk Literature (in English)

HRA: Without Seeing the Dawn (Stevan Javellana) Season of Grace (N.V.M. Gonzales)

HRA: Bamboo in the Wind (Azucena Grajo-Uranza) Dog eaters (Jessica Hagedorn)

HRA: The Last Time I Saw Mother (Arlene Chai) Soledad’s Sister (Jose Dalisay ,Jr.)

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