Dll Grade 5 English

June 29, 2018 | Author: Dan Zky | Category: Nest, Curriculum, Teaching And Learning


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GRADES 1 to 12DAILY LESSON LOG I. OBJECTIVES A. Content Standards B. Performance Standards C. Learning Competencies/Objectiv es Write the LC code for each II. CONTENT LEARNING RESOURCES A. References 1. Teacher’s Guide pages 2. Learner’s Material pages 3. Textbook pages School PAG-ASA CENTRAL SCHOOL Teacher Teaching Dates and December 5-9,2016 Time Grade Level V Learning Areas Quarter Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words (compound, affixed) based on given context clues (synonyms - antonyms word parts) Observe politeness at all times Show tactfulness when communicating with others The learner…. The learner…. listens critically to different text types; expresses ideas logically in oral and written forms; needs. listens critically to different text types; expresses ideas logically in oral and written forms; needs. The learner... The learner... demonstrates interest in reading to meet various EN5RC-IIIe-3.2.6 Distinguish text-types according to features (structural and language) -Cause and effect Distinguish text-types according to features demonstrates interest in reading to meet various EN5RC-IIIe-3.2.6 Distinguish text-types according to features (structural and language) -Cause and effect Distinguish text-types according to features EN5RC - IIIe Curriculum Guide p.73 Lesson Guides in EN5RC - IIIe Curriculum Guide p.73 Lesson Guides in III. Friday Weekly Test Look for the antonym of the underlined word.  Manny Pacquiao is a rich man but before he is poor.  The twins work steadily without stopping until they finish. Additional Materials from Learning Resource (LR) portal B.4. 129 – 131 Elementary English 5 pp. 129 – 131 Picture Picture Look for the meaning of the underlined word from the sentence:  Winnie aggravates and annoys everyone. Reviewing previous lesson Presenting the new lesson Elementary English 5 pp.  My mother always want to buy cheap clothes and my father’s like expensive clothes. Are turtles good for a pet? Ask: Which four-legged amphibian has a hard shell for its protection? (turtle) Tell something about the turtle. Other Learning Resources IV.  Fredo is so absentminded that he forgets where things are. Ask: Which four-legged amphibian has a hard shell for its protection? (turtle) Tell something about the turtle. PROCEDURES A. Look for the meaning of the underlined word from the sentence:  Winnie aggravates and annoys everyone. Are turtles good for a pet? .  Fredo is so absentminded that he forgets where things are. Look for the antonym of the underlined word.  My mother always want to buy cheap clothes and my father’s like expensive clothes.  Manny Pacquiao is a rich man but before he is poor.  The twins work steadily without stopping until they finish. welcome One dark night. animals B. welcome Children waving flag is the sight that greeted the Secretary of Education when he arrived. hundreds of fireflies were hovering around the mango tree. roofed shelter before the entrance of a building Children waving flag is the sight that greeted the Secretary of Education when he arrived. a rough road Father and mother wait for me at the porch when I come home late. salute formally D. receive or acknowledge C. a symbol or clue D. Presenting examples/instances of the new lesson (Through contextual clues and pictures) We can identify an animal by the kind of tracks it leaves on the ground. A. covered passage D. A. A. Rose opened the window and to her delight. a rough road (Through contextual clues and pictures) We can identify an animal by the kind of tracks it leaves on the ground. marks left by a person. animals B. hallway C. a symbol or clue D. become apparent to the eye B. Rose opened the window and to her delight. marks left by a person. become apparent to the eye B. A.B. One dark night. A. stairs B. trail taken by a vehicle C. trail taken by a vehicle C. A. roofed shelter before the entrance of a building Father and mother wait for me at the porch when I come home late. . Establishing a purpose for the lesson Distinguish text-types according to features (structural and language) – Cause and Effect Distinguish text-types according to features (structural and language) – Cause and Effect C. salute formally D. stairs B. hallway C. hundreds of fireflies were hovering around the mango tree. covered passage D. receive or acknowledge C. D. mixed indiscriminately B. D. Remind the pupils to follow the standards for listening. One day. move awkwardly Tell the pupils that they are going to read a story entitled “Turtle Tale”. mixed indiscriminately B. As they listen to the story find out the answer to this question: The slow turtle scrambled into the water. Delia saw some One day. C. A. Paeng would remember that their mother would like them to be home before dark. stumbled slowly D. enjoyment satisfaction entertainment great pleasure The slow turtle scrambled into the water. Paeng would remember that their mother would like them to be home before dark. (Refer to LGEE 5 p. When the sun had set. 130) Turtle Tale Turtle Tale Paeng and Delia loved to play in the beach so much that they would often forget the time. 130) Read “Turtle Tale” to the pupils. (Refer to LGEE 5 p. D. Paeng and Delia loved to play in the beach so much that they would often forget the time. A. blended thoroughly C. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #2 enjoyment satisfaction entertainment great pleasure A. As they listen to the story find out the answer to this question: How did Paeng guide the newly hatched sea turtles to the sea? How did Paeng guide the newly hatched sea turtles to the sea? Read “Turtle Tale” to the pupils. C. stumbled slowly D. Delia saw some . B. Discussing new concepts and practicing new skills #1 E. Remind the pupils to follow the standards for listening. move awkwardly Tell the pupils that they are going to read a story entitled “Turtle Tale”. When the sun had set. B.A. blended thoroughly C. They’re turtle tracks. .”So they followed the tracks until they came upon the turtle’s nest.” she cried “Paeng! Come look at these. “Paeng! Come look at these. “Where are the eggs?” asked Delia. Paeng did not want their mother to worry. Paeng and Delia went outside. I saw the same kind of tracks two years ago. I wonder what animal made these prints. One night after supper.” replied Paeng. Several weeks passed. One night after supper. “Where are the eggs?” asked Delia.” replied Paeng. A turtle came to this beach and laid her eggs. I wonder what animal made these prints.” she cried “I know.” Paeng replied. Then I guess she went right back into the ocean. So Paeng and Delia raced each other and headed for the light that shone on their porch. Paeng and Delia went outside. I saw the same kind of tracks two years ago. “Let’s follow the tracks and look for the nest.”So they followed the tracks until they came upon the turtle’s nest.” Paeng replied. prints in the sand that led into the ocean. So Paeng and Delia raced each other and headed for the light that shone on their porch.prints in the sand that led into the ocean. “The mother turtle must have covered them with sand to keep the eggs warm. Several weeks passed. Then I guess she went right back into the ocean. They would have continued with their investigation but it was getting dark. They’re turtle tracks. “The mother turtle must have covered them with sand to keep the eggs warm. “I know. They would have continued with their investigation but it was getting dark. Paeng did not want their mother to worry. A turtle came to this beach and laid her eggs. “Let’s follow the tracks and look for the nest. ” . Paeng’s light shone on dozens and dozens of tiny crawling sea turtles. Maybe these turtles came from the nest. “Mama! Mama!” cried Paeng and Delia.” she said. the brightest area would be the waves reflecting the light of the moon and the stars. Maybe these turtles came from the nest. So the turtles followed the house lights. “Mama. “Mama. the sea turtles head towards the light. Paeng’s light shone on dozens and dozens of tiny crawling sea turtles. We can help the turtles find their way to the sea if we turn off the lights at night as soon as we finish our chores. “Mama! Mama!” cried Paeng and Delia.They were so surprised at the sight that greeted them in the yard. We can help the turtles find their way to the sea if we turn off the lights at night as soon as we finish our chores. Delia remembered the turtle nest.” “But why are they here? After they hatch. They were so surprised at the sight that greeted them in the yard. Their mother quickly ran out to the porch to see what was happening. “Where did these sea turtles come from?” their mother asked. we saw a turtle nest several weeks back. the brightest area would be the waves reflecting the light of the moon and the stars. Their mother quickly ran out to the porch to see what was happening. So the turtles followed the house lights. On beaches where people do not live. “But why are they here? After they hatch. we saw a turtle nest several weeks back. Delia remembered the turtle nest. On beaches where people do not live. the sea turtles head towards the light. “Where did these sea turtles come from?” their mother asked.” she said. They raced in the waves to begin their life in the sea. (Lifted from Science and Mathematics stories. Paeng got a lamp and to his delight the sea turtles followed the light of the lamp. Paeng waded to the sea and held the lamp. Paeng waded to the sea and held the lamp. 1) Ask the pupils the following questions: a. they would die from loss of water in their bodies. Developing mastery (Leads to Formative Assessment 3) “It’s a good thing we saw these sea turtles. If they continued crawling away from the sea. they would die from loss of water in their bodies. let’s guide the turtle to the sea.F. Before long. let’s guide the turtle to the sea. Paeng got a lamp and to his delight the sea turtles followed the light of the lamp. they would have been eaten by crabs and other animals. Come on. Vol. What did Delia see in the sands one day? . 1) Before long. When they reached the shore. (Lifted from Science and Mathematics stories. the small sea turtles scrambled into the water. If they continued crawling away from the sea. Where did Paeng and Delia love to play? c.” continued mother. the small sea turtles scrambled into the water. What does their mother want them to do at sun down? d. They raced in the waves to begin their life in the sea.” continued mother. “It’s a good thing we saw these sea turtles. What did Delia see in the sands one day? Ask the pupils the following questions: a. Come on. Who are the characters in the story? b. If they do not reach the sea. When they reached the shore. Where did Paeng and Delia love to play? c. Who are the characters in the story? b. they would have been eaten by crabs and other animals. Vol. What does their mother want them to do at sun down? d. If they do not reach the sea. e. G. If they do not reach the sea as soon as they hatch. They loved to play in the beach so much that they would often forget the time. Let’s read them. If they do not reach the sea as soon as they hatch. Making generalizations and abstractions about the lesson What have you learned from today’s lesson? What have you learned from today’s lesson? . The cause answers the question why or what caused it or what the reason was. they could die from loss of water from their body. Why did the children decide to give up with their investigation? A cause brings about an event but it can also be a thing or a person. Here are some sentences taken from our story. A cause brings about an event but it can also be a thing or a person. Why did the children decide to give up with their investigation? e. the turtles followed the house lights. they could die from loss of water from their body. The mother turtle must have covered them with sand to keep the eggs warm. Let’s read them. the turtles followed the house lights. Whose tracks were they? f. But house lights shine much brighter than the moon and the stars so. But house lights shine much brighter than the moon and the stars so. Whose tracks were they? f. H. Finding practical applications of concepts and skills in daily living Here are some sentences taken from our story. They loved to play in the beach so much that they would often forget the time. The cause answers the question why or what caused it or what the reason was. The mother turtle must have covered them with sand to keep the eggs warm. Evaluating learning Additional activities for application or remediation V. _____ 4. . 3. I have sprained an ankle _________.I. J. Write C if it states a cause and E if it states an effect. all the people are busy. I have sprained an ankle _________. _____ 5. _________ if the cleaners do their responsibilities 4. Mother reminded me to bring my raincoat. _____ 3 . 2. There was a fire. We were not able to catch our train _________. _________ Mother scolded me.Because of the heavy rain. Mother reminded me to bring my raincoat. Complete the sentences by giving a possible cause. of learners who require additional activities for remediation who scored below 80% Listen as the teacher read some clauses. So. 3. REMARKS VI. So. We were not able to catch our train _________. Write C if it states a cause and E if it states an effect. 2. _____ 1. Since the child is very active.Because of the heavy rain. Complete the sentences by giving a possible cause. _____ 2. No. There was a fire. _________ if the cleaners do their responsibilities 4. _____ 2. _________ Mother scolded me. 1. all the people are busy. 1. Listen as the teacher read some clauses. Since the child is very active. REFLECTION A. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation B. No. _____ 1. _____ 5. _____ 3 . _____ 4. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover which I wish to share with other teachers? .C. of learners who have caught up with the lesson D. of learners who continue to require remediation E. Did the remedial lessons work? No. No. 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.
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