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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINESDepartment of Education Region IV-A CALABARZON Division of Quezon

SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT

MULTIGRADE LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISHPrepared by: ESTANITA P. DALUMPINES

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Department of Education Region IV-A CALABARZON Division of Quezon Multigrade Lesson Plan in English (Gr. IV, V, VI) IV I. Objectives A. GLR: Show enjoyment in listening to a selection. B. CT: Answer wh questions about the selection C. GOLD: Give directions in cooking D. TS: Do accurate slow reading in order to follow common direction in games. II. Subject Matter A. GLR: Lapu-Lapu killed Magellan B. CT: Answering wh questions about the selection C. GOLD: Giving Directions In Cooking D. TS: Doing accurate slow reading in order to follow common direction in games References: PELC 4,4 (Listening); 2 (Speaking) Recipes (in cooking), games Materials: Pictures, charts, posters, strips of cartolina

V I. Objectives A. GLR: Show enjoyment in listening to a selection. B. CT: Answer wh questions about the selection C. GOLD: Give directions in following traffic rules D. TS: Do accurate slow reading in order to follow common direction in traffic rules. II. Subject Matter A. GLR: Lapu-Lapu killed Magellan B. CT: Answering wh questions about the selection C. GOLD: Giving Directions In Following Traffic Rules D. TS: Doing accurate slow reading in order to follow common direction in games References: PELC 4,4 (Listening); 2 (Speaking) Traffic Signs Recipes (in cooking), games Materials: I. Objectives

VI A. GLR: Show enjoyment in listening to a selection. B. CT: Answer wh questions about the selection C. GOLD: Give directions in following traffic rules D. TS: Do accurate slow reading in order to follow common direction in games. II. Subject Matter A. GLR: Lapu-Lapu killed Magellan B. CT: Answering wh questions about the selection C. GOLD: Giving Directions In Following Traffic Rules D. TS: Doing accurate slow reading in order to follow traffic rules References: PELC 4,4 (Listening); 2 (Speaking) Traffic signs Recipes (in cooking), games Materials: Pictures, charts, posters, strips of cartolina Value Focus: Obedience & Precautions

Value Focus: Obedience & Precautions

Pictures, charts, posters, strips of cartolina Value Focus: Obedience & Precautions

A. Genuine Love of Reading (GLR) Whole class 1. Unlocking of Difficulties 2. Recall the standards in listening to a story/selection 3. Raise the motive question What was the purpose of Magellan in coming to the Philippines? 4. Presentation (to be read by the teacher then post the Manila paper written on it, the selection for the pupils to read).

Read the story below.

One bright sunny day of April 1521, Lapu-lapu, king of Mactan, received a message from Humabon, the king of Cebu. The message was about the arrival of Ferdinand Magellan in Cebu with three large ships and many men aboard. With them were treasures and arms some of which they had given to Humabon. Magellan wanted all the people, including Humabon to pay tribute to his king. Lapu-lapu did not like the idea. When Magellan heard about this, he sent his men to burn the village called Bulalaia. After the fire, a messenger arrived. He told Lapu-lapu that Magellan would burn the village if Lapu-lapu would not pay tribute to Magellan in the name of the King of Spain. Lapu-lapu called all his men armed with spears, lances, and arrows. He was ready for war against Magellan. For the battle site, Lapu-lapu choose a tricky site of the sea which was filled with coral reefs. The battle went on. Magellan was wounded until he fell and die in the shallows.

(Source: English for All Times 6)

B. Critical Thinking (CT) Answer the following questions orally. (Anybody raising hand will be called) 1. What Magellan wanted from all people? 2. Why Magellan sent men to burn the village called Bulalaia? 3. Why Lapu-lapu get ready to war against Magellan? 4. How Lapu-lapu won the fight? 5. Where was Magellan came from?

6. If you were Lapu-lapu are you going to do what he did? Or you will follow Humabons decision? Why or why not?

IV C. GOLD I. Preparatory Activities A. Unlocking of difficulties Read the sentences. Select the meaning of the underlined words from the box

V C. GOLD 1. Review (Activity) a. Self check-up of your information form filled up at home. After checking and found out your error, make another sheet of information form. Use a half of your paper crosswise. Fill up again. This time be careful make your work clean and neat. NAME: ___________________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________________ BIRTH DATE: ____________ BIRTH PLACE ___________ TEL NO: __________________________________________ AGE: _____________________________________________ WEIGHT: ________________ HEIGHT: ________________ PARENTS NAME: FATHER: ___________________ OCCUPATION: _____ MOTHER: ___________________ OCCUPATION: _____ BEST TALENT: ____________________________________ b. Reminder. In order to be a law abiding citizen, one needs comprehension in reading directions before he/she could follow. Read the instructions below and fill-up the form correctly. Do this on your paper. 1. Write your first name, then your middle name, and then your family name. 2. Write the number of your house and street on the line after the word address. 3. Write your telephone number on the next line. If you have no telephone, write NA which means not applicable. 4. Fill in your age, birthday, birthplace, weight, height, parents name, and their occupations. 5. On the last line, write the best talent that you think was given to you by God. Please write it in a complete sentence. C. GOLD

VI

1. Checking of homework (activity) a. Put out your drawn flag Exchange it with your seat mate. Looking at the actual flag hang at the front. Compare and find out. It is colored correctly? Are the figures right? b. Make/draw another one and do it perfectly.

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To scatter in small amount

1. I sliced the cake into three pieces B. Motivation Show a picture of a girl or boy cooking in the kitchen. Let the pupils say something about the picture. Ask them if they cook at home. Ask if they follow procedure in cooking their favorite food. Let us see if you could follow given steps in cooking apple and hazelnut cruch. 2. Presentation a. Read the selection to the class First, we slice the apples. Then, we simmered them in a saucepan unter they were tender. Next, we added sugar and left the stew cool. When it was cold, we stirred in yogurt. We then spooned the stewed apple into dishes and sprinkled each one with crushed fruit and nut bars. Finally, we decorated each dish with apple slices.

b. Comprehsion check-up. a. What is the first step in making apple hazelnut crunch? b. How long will you simmer the apple? c. After adding sugar, what will you do next? d. What will you do when the stewed apple becomes cold? e. What is the last step? f. Why do you think should we decorate the crunches with apple slices? D. Values Integration What will you do when someone is giving you instruction on the task you need to do? Why is it important to follow the directions carefully? E. Generalization Guide the pupils in arriving at the following

Tips in carrying out directions: 1. Listen attentively to the one giving the directions. 2. Be sure you know the exact purpose of the directions. 3. Be familiarized with the instructions before you begin the first step. 4. Carry out exact steps in the exact order they are given. 5. After completing a step, check back to see, if you have done everything correctly. 6. Keep in mind what you are trying to accomplish.

F. Application 1. Read the Recipe Sinugno Ingredients: cup pop mongo (browned) 1 cup cooked rice malagkit 1 cup sugar 3 cups coconut milk 4 cups water

Instructions: Bring water to boil. Add cooked rice, simmer for 5 minutes then add browned mongo, sugar and let it simmer for another 5 minutes. Add the coconut milk. Bring to boil. After few minutes serve it hot. 2. In correct order give instruction on how to cook Sinugno

2. Discussion/Analysis Each of the traffic signs.

3. Generalization How to be safe in driving and keep pedestrian safe? How to be safe in crossing a street?

4. Application (seatwork) If you were travelling and you see these signs, what do they mean? Write the meaning of the following traffic signs on your paper/

Self checking Self scoring

Self checking Self scoring CORRECTIVE INSTRUCTIONS

CORRECTIVE INSTRUCTIONS

GRADE IV D. TS: Transfer Stage 1. Preparatory Activities 1.1 Phonics Drill

GRADE V

GRADE VI

1. Drill: Group Activity (by fives) On a one-fourth of cartolina construct a traffic sign. One traffic sign evey group. Each group will construct different

1. Activity by individual Write safely measures in roads.

Tongue Twister Sol sips soup from a small saucer From a small saucer Sol sips soup Sol sips soup from a small saucer Yes, From a small saucer Sol sips soup 2. Presentation a. Read the following game directions Follow the Leader Form a big circle. Be in pairs standing side by side. The leader is at the center of the big circle. Whatever the leader commands do it by partners. e.g. knee to knee, back to back, etc. and when he says change partner do it. Who is left no partner will be the taya leader and so on.

signs. No the same work.

Grade IV b. Demonstrate the game Follow the Leader

Grade V

Grade VI

c. Elicitation What is the first step? Where was the partner & pupils stayed. How was the command done? When was a participant become a taya or commander? What did yo feel while on the game?

d. Values Integration How can you help for the success and enjoymen