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BLESSED NAME OF MARY LEARNING SCHOOL, INC.

San Isidro, Pili, Camarines Sur


School Year 2018—2019

READING AND WRITING ENHANCEMENT 5

MODULE PAINTED SNEAKERS


1 SEQUENCING EVENTS – CRAFTS STORY
2 MEETINGS

K-12 READING STANDARDS

1. Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
2. Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text, including how characters in a story or drama respond to
challenges or how the speaker in a poem reflects upon a topic; summarize the text.
3. Explain how a series of chapters, scenes, or stanzas fit together to provide the overall structure of a particular story, drama, or
poem.

SKILL FOCUS: SEQUENCING EVENTS

In most stories, events happen in a certain order or sequence. Some events happen in the beginning of the story. Other things
happen in the middle. The story finishes with events that happen at the end.
 As you read, think about the sequence of events. This helps you follow the story. Picture the events in your mind to help you
remember the sequence.
 Signal words give clues about the sequence of events. (Examples: before, first, second, next, then, now, later, after, and
finally; as well as specific dates and times.)

PRE-READING ACTIVITY: BUILDING UP THE SKILL TROUGH CREATIVE WRIITNG!

 Try to recall all of the things that you do before going to school. From simple things like folding and fixing the bed, brushing
your teeth, taking a bath, having your breakfast, readying your school stuffs. After listing down all of the things you do every
morning, try to arrange it from the first thing you do advancing up to the last.
 Everyone will be presenting their work in front of the whole class.
 Be as creative as you can be!

CHECKPOINT: TEXT MARKING BEFORE READING THE TEXT


 Mark the sequence of events in the story.
 Box at least 7 signal words about sequence and time.
 Underline some key events in the painter’s day,
 Number the events in order.

READING ACTIVITY : CRAFTS STORY

PAINTED SNEAKERS
Packing my van by 7 am gives me time to get to the lake for this autumn’s
crafts market. The winding drive will be lovely, as will the reunions with my fellow
craftspeople, folks I see once a year. Before coffee and chit-chat, I set up my booth.
First, I assemble the lightweight aluminum poles that frame my protective canopy.
After all, the market takes place come rain or shine. Then I set up my tables and
racks to hold my one-of-a-kind, handpainted sneakers. I put my most popular
superhero and cartoon pairs on racks so their designs attract customers. Next, I set
out other items—wild laces, goofy flip-flops, hair ornaments—neatly in trays. After
that, I set out an album showing all my designs for customers to flip through, and a
sign-up book for people who want to get on my mailing list. Customers start arriving
by 11 am, so everything must be ready. My last task is to activate and test my wi-fi
payment machine so I can accept cash and credit cards. At that point, my sneakers
and I are prepared for the market to open. I stand most of the day—wearing my favorite sneakers—but rarely feel tired. Most shoppers
are friendly and curious, which encourages me to tell more about my work. Occasionally, I slip away for a quick snack. Once in a while,
I even sit down. . . ! At 6 pm, when the market closes, I pack, load my van, and return home.

MODULE WRITER: MR. DEXTER D. VARGAS BLESSED NAME OF MARY LEARNING SCHOOL RWE 5 SY 2018-2019
DO MORE: POST-READING WRITING ACTIVITY

EXTENDED LEARNING

 Ask your parents about your family’s specialty dish. Write the steps on how to cook it in correct order. Prepare a sketch or
picture for each step with the instruction written just below each picture. Next meeting, everyone will be sharing the recipe of
the their family’s specialty cuisine!

MODULE WRITER: MR. DEXTER D. VARGAS BLESSED NAME OF MARY LEARNING SCHOOL RWE 5 SY 2018-2019
BLESSED NAME OF MARY LEARNING SCHOOL, INC.
San Isidro, Pili, Camarines Sur
School Year 2018—2019

READING AND WRITING ENHANCEMENT 5

MODULE THE RELIEF PITCHER


2 SEQUENCING EVENTS – SPORTS STORY
2 MEETINGS

K-12 READING STANDARDS

1. Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
2. Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text, including how characters in a story or drama respond to
challenges or how the speaker in a poem reflects upon a topic; summarize the text.
3. Explain how a series of chapters, scenes, or stanzas fit together to provide the overall structure of a particular story, drama, or
poem.

SKILL FOCUS: SEQUENCING EVENTS

In most stories, events happen in a certain order or sequence. Some events happen in the beginning of the story. Other things
happen in the middle. The story finishes with events that happen at the end.
 As you read, think about the sequence of events. This helps you follow the story. Picture the events in your mind to help you
remember the sequence.
 Signal words give clues about the sequence of events. (Examples: before, first, second, next, then, now, later, after, and
finally; as well as specific dates and times.)

PRE-READING ACTIVITY: BUILDING UP THE SKILL TROUGH CREATIVE WRIITNG!

 Have you ever experienced going to the beach? Swimming or maybe building sand castles by the shore? If you have
experience like this, write all of the things that you can still remember during your trip to the beach! List it down and arrange all
the activities that you had fun doing during your beach outing starting from the first activity down to the last.
 Everyone will be presenting their work in front of the whole class.
 Be as creative as you can be!

CHECKPOINT: TEXT MARKING BEFORE READING THE TEXT


 Mark the sequence of events in the story.
 Box at least 7 signal words about sequence and time.
 Underline some key events in the painter’s day,
 Number the events in order.

READING ACTIVITY : SPORTS STORY

THE RELIEF PITCHER


Wilson is clearly in trouble—he has walked two batters in a row, has been taking too
much time between pitches, and looks weary. Recognizing this, the team’s manager and
pitching coach exchange worried glance and confer softly. The coach picks up the phone in
th dugout to call the bullpen coach, step 1 in the reliefpitchin process. Next, there is action in
the bullpen behind left field. Two pitchers, a righty and a lefty, get up. After doinG a series of
gentle stretches, each hurler grabs his glove, stands on a mound, and begins to toss the ball
softlyVto his catcher. After briefly warming up, both relievers start throwing harder, expecting
that one of them will likely be called into the game. Then there is more trouble for Wilson.
Another walk draws the manager from his perch by the dugout railing. He’s had enough. On
his way to the mound, he waves his left hand, signaling the bullpen. Seeing this, the lefty
stops throwing, opens the bullpen gate, and jogs to the mound to replace Wilson. When the
manager reaches the mound, he takes the ball from the struggling pitcher, who leaves the
field with his head down. Next, the manager greets the incoming reliever, and gives him the ball and some encouragement. Finished,
the manager trots back to the dugout, hoping he’s made the right choice.

MODULE WRITER: MR. DEXTER D. VARGAS BLESSED NAME OF MARY LEARNING SCHOOL RWE 5 SY 2018-2019
DO MORE: POST-READING WRITING ACTIVITY

EXTENDED LEARNING

 Imagine yourself as a vlogger and you have your own youtube channel with million of followers worldwide. There are a lot of
requests coming from your subscribers begging you to reveal your daily routine starting form sunrise to sunset. Be creative as
how are you going to discuss the things that you do in a day in proper sequence within the whole day. Remember to deliver it
as if you were vlogging.

MODULE WRITER: MR. DEXTER D. VARGAS BLESSED NAME OF MARY LEARNING SCHOOL RWE 5 SY 2018-2019