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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region XII
Kidapawan City Division


Grade VI
1ST Quarter
Week 6 Day 3

The learner…
A. Content Standards • Demonstrates command of the conventions of
standard English grammar and usage when writing
or speaking
• Demonstrates understanding of non-verbal
communication to communicate with others
The learner…
B. Performance Standards • Uses the correct function of nouns, pronouns,
verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in general and their
functions in various discourse (oral and written)
• Applies knowledge of non-verbal skills to
respectfully give the speaker undivided attention
and acknowledge the message
C. Learning Compose clear and coherent sentences using
Competencies/Objectives appropriate grammatical structures: Pronoun-
Write the LC code for each reference agreement (number, case, gender)
(EN6G-If4.4.1; EN6G-If4.4.3; EN6G-If4.4.2)
Observe politeness at all times (EN6A-If-16)
Show tactfulness when communicating with others
Show openness to criticism (EN6A-If-18)
II. CONTENT Pronoun-reference agreement (number, case,
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages
2. Learner’s Materials pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR) portal
B. Other Learning Resources Activity Sheet In English 6 (Quarter 1: Week 6)
Little Fox Kids. "Little Women 23: Helping the
Helpless |Level 7|
By Little Fox." YouTube. December 29, 2016.
Accessed May 13, 2017.
A. Reviewing previous lesson Read the following words with automaticity.
or presenting the new lesson nutrition harmony
nourishment repertoire
balanced orchestra
pastry classical
broil chord
basting geometry
centigrade equilateral
pliers commutative
B. Establishing a purpose for What are the personal pronouns you know? List down
the lesson at least 5 that you can remember. Indicate if each
pronoun is singular or plural.
1. _______ 3. _______ 5. _______
2. _______ 4. _______
C. Presenting examples/ A personal pronoun has gender. It can be
instances of the new lesson FEMININE, MASCULINE, or NEUTER.
Study the sentences.
1. Beth visits the Hummels regularly. She gives the
family food to eat.
Who visits the Hummels regularly in the
sentence? (Beth)
What is the gender of Beth? (feminine)
2. Jo has colds. She cannot join Beth in visiting the
Who has colds in sentence 2?
What is the gender of Jo?
What pronoun is used for her?
In what gender is the pronoun “she”?
What pronoun do we use for a feminine gender
of singular pronoun?
3. Mr. Brookes receives regular letters from Meg. He
loves to read letters from time to time.
Who receives regular letters in sentence 1? (Mr.
What is the gender of Mr. Brookes? (masculine)
What pronoun is used for him? (he)
4. The father of Meg is a soldier. He lives in another
Who is described as a soldier in sentence 2?
What is the gender of father?
What pronoun is used for him?
5. The rich man saw the sisters with basket of foods.
He planned to surprise them.
Who saw the sisters in sentence 3?
What is the gender of the rich man?
What pronoun is used for him?
In what gender is the pronoun “he”?
What pronoun do we use for a masculine gender
of singular nouns?
6. Scarlet fever is caused by bacteria. It is a
contagious disease.
What is being talked about in sentence 1?
Does it have gender?
What pronoun is used for it?
7. Amy is fond of clay. It is the material she uses in
What is being talked about in sentence 2?
Does it have gender?
What pronoun is used for it?
8. An antibiotic is a kind of medicine. It can cure
scarlet fever.
What is being talked about in sentence 3?
Does it have gender?
D. Discussing new concepts Task 1: Complete with Pronouns
and practicing new skills #1 Read each sentence. Choose the correct pronoun to
complete it.
1. Jo, Meg, and Beth are siblings. ____ (She/They)
always help each other in household chores. One
time, Beth felt tired of preparing and bringing foods to
the Hummels. ____ (she/they) sought help from her
other sisters but _____ (she/they) made their own
excuses. Meg said ____ (she/they) has to write a
letter to Mr. Brookes. Mr. Brookes lives in another
town. _____ (She/He) feels happy each time he
receives letters.
2. The baby boy died of scarlet fever. ____ (It/He)
was not sent to a doctor early. Beth was worried that
____ (he/she) is also infected with such a contagious
disease. Jo felt guilty for what happened to Beth.
____ (She/It) should be the one’s visiting the
Hummels. Now, Beths face is as red as an apple.
____ (he/she) has a fever. Jo cries and ____ (she/he)
is really sorry for Beth.
E. Discussing new concepts Task 2: Plan with Pronouns
and practicing new skills #2 Group Work
Talk about a plan on how you could help the
Hummels in the burial of its baby boy. Write your plan
in details. Be sure to observe correct pronoun-
antecedent agreement in your output
F. Developing mastery Task 3: Rewrite with Pronouns
(leads to Formative Rewrite the sentences with the correct pronoun.
Assessment 3) 1. Children must be given vaccine to prevent them
from having scarlet fever. She must be brought to a
pediatrician for this vaccination.
2. Doctor Cynthia is a pediatrician who vaccinates
children to prevent scarlet fever. It explains to the
parents the dangers scarlet fever can bring to
3. Portia is a 4-year old child who was vaccinated by
Doctor Cynthia. He is now safe from that fatal fever.
4. However, his brother, Ponzee, has no vaccination
yet against scarlet fever. It might be in great trouble
once scarlet fever attacks him.
5. Ponzee’s mother must have Ponzee vaccinated
otherwise; he can do nothing for Ponzee when he
gets inflicted with that disease.
G. Finding practical
applications of concepts and
skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations When do you use pronouns in masculine, feminine,
and abstractions about the and neuter gender?
I. Evaluating learning Task 4: Write with Pronouns
Choose a topic that you are familiar with. Discuss it in
one or two paragraphs. Be sure to use the correct
pronoun-antecedent agreement in your composition.
A. Helping the Helpless
B. Tight Times
C. Being Responsible for Other
J. Additional activities for
application or remediation
A. No. of learners who earned
80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
C. Did the remedial lessons
work? No. of learners who have
caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who
continue to require
E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well? Why
did these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter which my principal or
supervisor can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with other