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Date: January 10, 2019

English
10:50-11:40- Ramon Magsaysay
I. Objectives:
A. Infer the meaning of content specific terms using context clues
B. Perform tasks actively
C. Show tactfulness when communicating with others

II. Content
Topic: Inferring content specific terms using context clues (ENGV-IIg-12.3.3)

III. Learning Resources:


References:
Essential English 6 Revised Edition by Maria Fe Garcia-Eusebio, Perla A.
Zotomayor, Ed.D. and Rebecca de Lemos-Mendoza, Ed.D.
Integration: Health
Materials:
cartolina, pen, paper & coloring materials

IV. Procedure:
A. Before the Lesson
1. Drill
Read the following words/phrases taken from the imformative text that we are
going to read .
Nutrients screen time more pleasing
Being fit uncomfortable calcium-rich
Favorite physical activities green veggies
Comfortably stuff variety
Unhealthy diet sugary food
Equivalent vegetables stomach
2. Review
What are the two sources of information? Give me an example of secondary
sources? Secondary sources?

3. Unlocking Difficulties
The teacher will present three vocabulary words or content specific terms
to the students and help them unlock the words using context clues. The
students will choose their answer from the given choices.

Orange juice is Lisa’s favorite thirst-quencher. She always drinks it


whenever she wants something to drink. Her mother buys the drink every time
she goes to the market. When she drinks the juice, Lisa becomes energetic and
active. It is because the drink contains nutrients that provide many benefits. But,
mother does not allow her to drink it every day because it also contains lots of
calories. Though it gives energy, too much of it will result to weight gain and
having an unbalanced diet.

Word Meaning/Choices/Answers Manner of


Unlocking
Thirst-quencher something that satisfies the need to drink Context Clues
Nutrients substance/s that provides nourishment essential Context Clues
for growth and maintenance of life
Calories a unit of heat used to indicate the amount of Context Clues
energy that foods will produce in the human body

4. Motivation
1. What is the importance of having a healthy body? (Having a
healthy body makes your life longer, gives you energy and keeps
you from getting sick.)
2. How do you take care of your body? (I drink healthy drinks and
eat healthy food such as fruits and vegetables. I exercise every
day.)
3. What you should you do to avoid getting sick? (I will sleep early,
avoid junk food and going to dirty places.)

B. During the Lesson


1. Presentation
The teacher will give an informative text that the students will read. After
reading, the students will answer the questions of the teacher.

Being fit is a way of saying a person eats well, gets a lot of physical activity exercise, and has a
healthy weight. If you're fit, your body works well, feels good, and can do all the things you want to do,
like run around with your friends.
Here are five rules to live by, if you're a kid who wants to be fit. The trick is to follow these rules most
of the time, knowing that some days (like your birthday) might call for cake and ice cream.
Eat a Variety of Food
You may have a favorite food, but the best choice is to eat a variety. If you eat different food, you're
more likely to get the nutrients your body needs. Taste new food and old ones you haven't tried for
awhile. Some food, such as green veggies, is more pleasing the older you get. Have at least five servings
of fruits and vegetables a day – two fruits and three vegetables.
Drink Water and Milk
When you're really thirsty, cold water is the best thirst-quencher. And there's a reason your school
cafeteria offers cartons of milk. Kids need calcium to build strong bones, and milk is a great source of
this mineral. How much do kids need? If you are younger than 9 years old, drink 2 cups of milk a day, or
its equivalent. If you're older than 9 years old, aim for 3 cups of milk per day, or its equivalent. You can
mix it up by having milk and some other calcium-rich dairy foods.
You probably will want something other than milk or water once in a while, so it's OK to have 100%
juice, too. But try to limit sugary drinks, like sodas, juice cocktails, and fruit punches. They contain a lot of
sugar. Sugar just adds calories, not important nutrients.
Listen to Your Body
What does it feel like to be full? When you're eating, notice how your body feels and when your
stomach feels comfortably full. Sometimes, people eat too much because they don't notice when they
need to stop eating. Eating too much can make you feel uncomfortable and, over a period of time, can
lead to unhealthy weight gain.
Limit Screen Time
What's screen time? It's the amount of time you spend watching TV or DVDs, playing video games
(console systems or handheld games), and using the computer. The more time you spend on these
sitting-down activities, the less time available for physical activities such as
basketball, bike riding, and swimming. Try to spend no more than 2 hours a day on screen time, not
counting computer use related to school.
Be Active
One job you have as a kid – and it's a fun one – is that you get to figure out which activities you like
best. Not everyone loves baseball or soccer. Maybe your passion is karate, or kick ball, or dancing. Ask
your parents to help you do your favorite activities regularly. Find ways to be active every day. You might
even write down a list of fun stuff to do, so you can refer to it when your mom or dad says it's time to stop
watching TV or playing computer games.
Parents are a big help of you want to be a fit kid. For instance, they can stock the house with healthy
foods and plan physical activities for the family. Tell your parents about these five steps you want to take
and maybe you can teach them a thing or two. If you're a fit kid, why shouldn't you have a fit mom and a
fit dad?
Essential English 6 Revised Edition pages 116-117

Questions: (from Essential English 6 book)


1. What do you mean by being fit? (Being fit means having a
healthy body, proper diet, good hygiene, and self-discipline.)
2. Why is being fit important? (It is important to be fit because
this will keep us from getting sick. It will make our lives better
and comfortable.)
3. Give the five rules to live by if you want to be fit? (The five
rules are: Eat a variety of food, drink water and milk, listen to
our body, limit screen time and be active.)
4. Why should you limit intake of sugary drinks? (We should limit
intake of sugary drinks because too much sugar will give us
lots of calories which is not an important nutrient.)
5. What do you mean by screen time? Why should you limit it?
(Screen time means the amount of time we spend watching
TV and use of gadgets.)

2. Discussion
Ask:
1. What do you think is the meaning of the underlined words or
phrases?
a. Being fit
b. Calcium
c. Screen time
2. How did you get the meaning of each word/phrase? (Answers
vary)
3. What do you call these words or phrases that give an idea or clue
to the meaning of difficult terms or words? (Context Clues)

4. Generalization
Let the students answer the following questions:
4. How did you get the meaning of the words?
5. What did you use in getting the meaning of the unfamiliar words?

C. After the Lesson


Group Activity rules:
1. Go to your respective places quitely.
2. Only leaders will come infront and get the task and materials.
3. Work quitely.
4. Cooperate with your group.
5. Go back to your seats quietly as soon as the task is done and leaders will post
their work on the board.

6. Application
Group work
The students will be given jumbled letters. They need to arrange the
letters to form the meaning of the underlined words.

Group 1
happiness - The teachers fare, like a brightly glowing
summer day, signaled her feelings of contentment.
Group 2
Noisy - After the downpour ended, the neighborhood was
serene.
Group 3
Fake - The artificial flowers looked real to me. I was
surprised when I found that they smelled like plastic.

Group 4
different - Simon has very distinctive voice. It does not sound
like any other voice.

Group 5
order - The next sequence of the events will give us an idea
of what to expect tomorrow.
IV. Evaluation
Give the meaning of the underlined words by choosing the letter of the correct
answer.
1. Jassy yanked the weeds out of the garden by hand.
a. To work in a garden
b. To be fulled with a sudden motion
c. To plant flowers
2. Mom frowned when she saw the cat on the table.
a. She was unhappy
b. She was afraid
c. She was sleepy
3. The plant seed was thirsty, so I gave it lopapolop.
a. Lemonade
b. Food
c. Water
4. The willow is a seventy feet high with branches that extended across the
lake.
a. A bush
b. A forest
c. A tall tree
5. After the downpour ended, the neighborhood was serene.
a. Calm
b. Noise
c. Wet.

V. Homework
The teacher will ask the students to copy and answer the activity.

Direction/s: Give the meaning of the underlined words.

1. Similarly, an apprentice teacher will find these little ones difficult to handle.
He/she seeks advice from skilled teachers.
Meaning: ________________________ (a person who learns a job or skill by from a
skilled employer)
2. There was a slight commotion in the park when the men started cutting down the
trees. A lot of people were shocked. (noisy and confused disturbance)
Meaning: ________________________
3. People avoided the cranky woman so as not to get in trouble with her because
she easily gets mad.
Meaning: ________________________ (ill-tempered; irritable)

4. It is hard to live with neighbours who are a nuisance to the community.


Meaning: ________________________ (a person, thing, or situation that is
annoying or that causes trouble or problems)

Essential English 6 Revised Edition page 21

Prepared by:

TERESITA B. ARMENDARES

Teacher- I