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Topics:

1. Text as a Connected Discourse


2. Techniques in Organizing Information
a. Brainstorming
b. Graphic Organizers
c. Outline

Learning Materials: Visual Aids, Books, Markers, and Eraser

Enduring Understanding: The learners will be able to:

1. Describe a written text as a connected discourse;


2. Differentiate the techniques in selecting and organizing information; and
3. Analyze how connected discourse and organizing information help in our day-to-day activities.

Essential Questions:
1. Why do we need to study Connected Discourse?
2. How can we differentiate text from discourse?
3. How can we brainstorm?
4. Why do we need to brainstorm?
5. Why is brainstorming helpful?
6. Why do we need to identify graphic organizer?
7. Why do we need to distinguish the different types of graphic organizer?
8. If you’ll create a graphic organizer, how will you design it? And why?

9. Why is graphic organizer essential in our lives?


10. Why do we need to create an outline?
11. How can we practice making an outline in real-life situations?
12. Among the different technique in organizing information, which one do you prefer to use? Why?
Learning Experiences
Objectives Questions to be Asked Evaluation

Day 1:

A. Meet and greet with the


students. Opening prayer,
arrangement of chairs and
checking of attendance.

1. Identify Connected B. The teacher will ask the 1. Why do we need to identify Oral Recitation with
Discourse students several questions that Text/Discourse/Connected Rubrics
will eventually lead them to Discourse? (Students will be
discuss the definition and chosen randomly.)
essence of connected 2. How can we differentiate text
discourse. from discourse?

2. Analyze the C. Students will be divided into 3. Is coherence linked with Group Evaluation with
significance of four then the teacher will give connected discourse? Why and Rubrics
coherence in each group papers that contain why not? (Groups will be
connected discourse. text that needs transitional randomly selected by
words to achieve coherence. 4. How did coherence become the teacher to present
Moreover, students will be relevant in connected their outputs.)
instructed to read and supply discourse?
the missing lines with the
correct transition words.
Thereafter, representatives of
the group would present their
output in the class.

3. Give examples of how D. The students will give their own 5. Why is connected discourse Formative Assessment
essential connected definition and examples of essential? Cite some instances. (A written quiz will be
discourse is connected discourse and further conducted and some
elaborate its significance in the feedbacks will also be
class. given by the teacher.)

Day 2:

1. Classify the basic A. Students will be asked certain 6. How do you organize your
technique in organizing questions that could eventually ideas, thoughts and
information lead them to discuss the basic information?
techniques in organizing
information.

2. Practice brainstorming B. Students will brainstorm to 7. Why do we need to Brainstorming


techniques practice the experience first- brainstorm?
hand how brainstorming is 8. How can we brainstorm?
done. 9. Why is brainstorming helpful?

3. Create a graphic C. Individually, students will be 10. If you’ll create a graphic Written Evaluation with
organizer assigned to create and design a organizer, how will you design Rubrics
graphic organizer. Afterwards, it? And why? (Students written output
some students will present their 11. Why do we need to identify will be graded basing
output in the class. graphic organizer? the set criteria of
12. Why do we need to distinguish rubrics.)
the different types of graphic
organizer?
13. Why is graphic organizer
essential in our lives?

4. Organize information D. Students will answer certain 14. Why do we need to create an
using an outline questions that involve outline?
organizing information through 15. How can we practice making
outline. an outline in real-life situations?

5. Value the importance E. Random students will be called 16. Among the different technique
of organizing and share some of their in organizing information, which
information experience on how important it one do you prefer to use?
is to organize information. Why?

Closure:
The students will be able to appreciate the significance of Connected Discourse and Organizing
Information through applying and practicing each concept to their lives. Nevertheless, the activities,
discussions and processing will be done with the aid of the teacher.
Off-school Practice:
On a concept map, write as many ideas that you can think of as you look around your either in your house
or in your community.
References:
Antonio, M. T., Sarte, M., Iñigo, M. E., Tangonan, O. Reading and Writing Skills for Senior High School Students. 105
Engineering Road, Araneta University Village, Potrero, Malabon City.
Remarks: