Lesson 1 Grade 6 ESP

May 3, 2018 | Author: Kris Lynn | Category: Ten Commandments, Jonah, Eternal Life (Christianity), Sentence (Linguistics), Transport


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Answer the following questions .1. Why did Jonah run away? 2. What came up when Jonah and the other passengers were out in the sea? 3. What did Jonah propose to stop the storm and keep the ship from sinking? Did the storm stop after the sailors followed Jonah’s advice? 4. Why did the Lord save Jonah from drowning in the sea? Was Jonah thankful to God? 5. Was it a wise decision for Jonah to follow the will of God the second time around? Why? The Laws of God are born out of His love for His people. We are the new people of God. We, like the Israelites, are expected remain faithful to the Lord. The laws of God must rule our life. We must respond to them by our obedience and love not only to God but to our neighbors as well. This is what the new law wants form us. We can attain our own “Promised Land” depending on how much we love God and on how faithful we are to the teaching of Jesus. We should keep our promise to the Lord by doing his will for us. How did God show His love for us? God showed His love for us by giving us the Ten Commandments which serve as our guide in living a good life. How can we attain eternal life? We can we attain eternal life that God promised us by loving Him and our neighbor, thus following the Ten Commandments. What is the purpose of ten commandments in our lives? It give the ways on how we can show our love to God and others. It commands us to live a life according to His will and in doing so, we will gain happiness and freedom from sin. What are Jesus’ two greatest commandments? We Understand That….. Mt. Sinai – the mountain where God gave the Ten Commandments to Moses Covenant- a solemn agreement between God and His people Decalogue- another name for the Ten Commandments Put a to the statements that show a person who follows the law of God. 1. John hurried through his prayer because it was already recess. 2. Cynthia woke up early to catch the 8-o’clock Mass. 3. Inna distracted her seatmate from praying the rosary. 4. Paolo stood up from his chair to help his teacher. 5. Allie hid the books of his brother so he will have hard time looking for them. 6. When a program on TV is not appropriate for her age, Lisa does not watch it. 7. James made up a story after he broke his vase. 8. Gabby always find ways to escape doing chores during weekend. 9. Marie handed the money she found to the Lost and Found section. 10. Lito reminds his friends to go to Sunday Mass. Later on, inventors added foot pedals. Then a front wheel was added, it was much larger than the back wheel. As years passed, other inventors improved the bicycle as we see it now. Today, it is safe and comfortable to ride. Cyclists all over the world enjoy it. Let’s thank the inventors who did all these changes. It is a wonderful machine used for transportation and for exercise. Safe Bike Ride Bike riding is a lot of fun. But sometimes accidents happen. What must we do to avoid this? How can we safely ride a bicycle? Wear bike helmets to have a safe ride. Always wear this even if you are going for a short ride. Your bike helmet should fit you properly. Ask your Dad and Mom to get one that fits your head. A bike helmet has straps. These should always be fastened. There are other safety rules that your Dad and Mom can help you follow. • Make sure your seat, handlebars, and wheel fit tightly. • Check the chain of the bicycle. Oil it regularly. • Check the brakes to be sure they are working well. • Check also the tires. Check if these have enough air. Are you ready to ride a bike now? Source: Vision 2 Integrated Reading and Language for Communication Arts in English, Sunshine Interlinks, Publishing House, Inc. 2012 Using the encyclopedia, research two things about the bicycle. • Realize the importance of observing safety precautions and procedures even when having fun • Distinguish fact from opinion in an informational text • Express fact and opinion in an informational text • Use compound sentences to compare / contrast persons / animals / places/ objects / events / ideas Nursery Song This is the way we ride our bike, we ride our bike, we ride our bike. This is the way we ride our bike very carefully. will answer the . They will write about how bicycles today are different from bicycles before. The left circle is for the characteristics of the bicycles before while the right circle is for the characteristics of the bicycle today. The middle part where the circles overlap is for the same things they have. will write a to those who invented and developed the bicycle into what it is today. ________________ Dear Bicycle Inventors, ____________________________________________ __________________________________________________ _______________________________________. will answer the They will list down the safety tips when riding a bicycle. will giving safety tips to someone who is just starting to ride a bicycle. Include in your dialogue other safety tips or reminders that you know. will draw a boy or a girl ready to ride a bike wearing the proper safety gadgets • Who among you has a bicycle? • Who among you knows how to ride a bicycle? • Who wants to learn how to ride a bicycle? • Is it easy to learn how to ride a bicycle? Why? • How did you learn to ride a bicycle? • Is it fun to ride a bicycle? • Why do you say it is fun to ride a bicycle? • Is it easier and more fun to ride the bicycles today than those before? Group 1: Venn Diagram) From the very beginning that it was invented, the bicycle changed a lot. Because of the changes, riding the bicycle has become more fun and comfortable. And the inventions / changes were made by many people called inventors. Group 2: Thank You Letter Biking or cycling is fun. But there will be times when it will not be fun. • When will biking or cycling not be fun? If we are not careful, accidents may happen. • Is it fun meeting an accident? • Do you like to have an accident while riding your bicycle? • What should be done so that accidents will not happen? Let us listen to the report of Group 3 followed by the dramatization of Group 4 and then the presentation of the drawing of Group 5. Group 3: Safety Tips Chart Group 4: Dramatization Group 5: Better Safe than Sorry! • If we follow the safety tips and reminders, what will happen? • Is it good or bad to follow the safety precautions or tips? • If you will ride a bicycle, will you follow the safety tips/advice/ reminders? Why or why not? • Are you now ready to ride a bicycle Reading Comprehension Read the sentences. Identify whether they are facts or opinions. Before Fact or Opinion 1. Bicycles were heavy and slow. __________ 2. They were dangerous to ride. __________ 3. They were made of wood. __________ 4. Their wheels were made of wood, too. __________ 5. One should push the bicycle forward __________ so it could run. Today 1. The bicycles are light, safe, and fast. __________ 2. One can exercise using them. __________ 3. Young and old people enjoy riding bicycles. __________ 4. They are safe and comfortable to ride. __________ 5. They are wonderful for transportation __________ and for exercise. Reading Comprehension Identify the facts and opinions from the following paragraph. Puppets can bring great joy not only to kids, but also to adults, all over the world. Puppets were first introduced to the world of entertainment thousands of years ago. It originated from Greece as the Greeks then were known to be fond of theatrical presentations. Though they enjoyed theater, they found supporting the actors financially rather expensive, so that they turned to the use of puppets in plays. They soon discovered that puppets were just as able as actors to elicit positive response from the audience. So, they continued to patronize the use of puppets in stage shows and presentations. Soon stage puppet shows became many people’s favorite pastime. Source:http://www.creativityinstitute.com/puppets-adding-humor-and-laughter-to-your- life.aspx Facts: Opinion: Grammar • What is a simple sentence? • What is a simple subject? What is a compound subject? • What is a simple predicate? What is a compound predicate? • How is a simple sentence formed? Let us see the examples on the chart. Simple Subject + Simple Predicate Bike riding is fun. Compound Subject + Simple Predicate Bike riding and exercising can make you healthy. Simple Subject + Compound Predicate Bike riding can make you healthy and can be enjoyable at the same time A. Read and study each sentence. 1. You should wear a bike helmet and it should fit you properly. 2. A bike helmet has straps and they should always be fastened. 3. The chain must be oiled and the brakes must be checked regularly. • What do you notice about the sentences? • What is the word that all of them have? • Why do you think the word and is used? • Let us study sentence #1. How many subjects are there? • How many predicates are there? What is the first subject? What is the first predicate? • What is the second simple sentence in #1? What is its subject and predicate? Do the same for sentences #2-3. Put identifying marks to give visual emphasis. 1. You should wear a bike helmet and it should fit you properly. 2. A bike helmet has straps and they should always be fastened. 3. The chain must be oiled and the brakes must be checked regularly. These sentences have two simple sentences. They are called COMPOUND sentences. In our examples, the simple sentences are connected by the word AND. “And” is a conjunction that connects similar ideas. We can also use OR or BUT. “Or” is used to show choices. “But” is used to show opposite ideas. Examples: 1. Liza likes biking and Ted enjoys skateboarding. 2. Given a chance the girls will wear the red helmets or they will borrow the blue helmets of the boys. 3. The brothers want to ride a bike but it has started raining. • What is a compound sentence? • When do we use and, or and but in compound sentences? Put the two sentences together to form a compound sentence. Use conjunctions: and, but, or. 1. The boy ate chips. The girl ate cakes. 2. We drew stars. We drew hearts. 3. Can you run? Can you jump? 4. Pam likes dogs. Leslie likes cats. 5. Max can read. Dennis can write. Here are two pictures of an old bicycle and a bicycle made in the present. Write three compound sentences comparing the two bicycles. 1. _________________________________ 2. _________________________________ 3. _________________________________ Look for one compound sentence in your other subject area books. Copy them in your notebook. • Distinguish fact from opinion in an informational text • Follow steps in a process • Use compound sentences to compare/contrast persons/animals/places/objects/events/ideas • Decode words with ue/ui Nursery Rhyme: (Adaptation) Ride, ride to the city Ride, ride to town Careful when you ride it And never in your gown. Word Recognition Some consonants are silent when they come before the consonants n and r. The second consonant is heard. g is silent before n. k is silent before n. w is silent before r. gn wr sign kn wrist gnat knife kneel wrong knock writing knotted wrench unknown wrecker c is silent before k. w is silent before h when wh comes before o. wr wrist wrong ck writing rack wrench knock wrecker slick wrecker checking List down two words that have the silent letters. wr wh gn 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. kn 1. ck 2. 1. 2. Study Strategy Read the selection. Sock Puppets Written by Liza Webber You can make a puppet. It is easy to do. Get some old socks. You will need markers and cotton balls. You will also need string and glue. Put a sock on your hand. The toe of the sock is the face. Glue cotton balls to the outside to make a lamb. Use markers to draw a face. You can make people, too. You can even make yourself. Put a few cotton balls inside. Wrap a string around it and tie a knot. This will make the neck. Draw your face and some clothes. Once you have people and animals, you can put on a puppet show. Source: www.cjohnson.myexpose.com • What are the materials needed in making sock puppets? These are the steps in making a sock puppet: 1. Put a sock on your hand. 2. Glue cotton balls to the outside to make a lamb. 3. Use markers to draw a face. 4. Put a few cotton balls inside. 5. Wrap a string around it and tie a knot. 6. Draw your face and some clothes. • What did we just do? We identified the steps in doing something. This is giving “Steps in a Process.” What does Step in a Process mean? The word “process” means a way of doing something. The steps is the order in which you complete the process. • FOR EXAMPLE, if you want to wash your clothes, first you should put the detergent in the water then you put the laundry in, and finally you turn the washing machine on. Why are Steps in a Process an important reading strategy? They help us understand how to follow directions when we are completing a task. They also help us to understand a character’s actions in a story. How do we find Steps in a Process to help us understand what we are reading? Look for sequence words like first, next, then, after, before, last, or finally. Think about the words that answer WHEN. Decide the task that needs to be completed. Look for the actions that need to be done to finish a task.  Process means a way of doing something  Steps show the order in which you complete the process.  Following the steps in a process is important because it helps us complete the task.  Signal words like first, next, then, lastly, and finally are useed to inroduces steps in a process. Below is a list of things you can do or some that follow steps Choose one and list down the steps in doing it. A. How to Cook Scrambled Egg B. How to Make a Paper Plane C. How to Solve Math Problems D. How to Make Pastillas Writing Composition 1. Fold in half 2. Fold to meet 3. Fold to meet twice to make the center the center line creases and line fold back 4. Fold to 5. Fold in meet the the center dotted line line Writing Composition 6. Fold in the 8. Finished dotted line 7. Turn over Writing Pupils will write the steps in making an Overturns Frog. Editing Let the pupils edit their own work. Remind them to check if they need to add or change some words. Also, check if the sentences are clear. A. Proofreading Pupils will proofread their own work. Check for wrong spelling, capitalization and punctuation. B. Rewriting If needed, let pupils rewrite their work. C. Publishing The pupils will read their work to their group. Later, they may make their own origami frog to be displayed in the bulletin board. • Identify meaning of words with suffixes -able and -ible • Follow steps in a process • Write five to six sentence paragraph about a given topic • Decode words with silent letters I Nursery Rhyme (Adaptation) The wheels on the bike go round and round Round and round, round and round The wheels on the bike go round and round All through the town. The bell on the bike go ring, ring, ring Ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring The bell on the bike go ring, ring , ring All through the town. The rider on the bike go huff, huff, huff Huff, huff, huff, huff, huff, huff The rider on the bike go huff, huff, huff All through the town. A. Read the words with -able and -ible. allowable climbable bendable enjoyable collectible fixable comfortable lovable irresistible playable noticeable singable sensible valuable questionable workable B. Choose from the box above the word that tells about: 1. something that can be sung 2. something that is of value 3. something that can be fixed 4. something that may be collected 5. something that can be allowed • The suffixes -able and -ible are added to the end of some words to mean “capable of,” “can be,” or “able to be.” Examples: • Lovable means able to be loved. Something breakable can be broken. Choose the words from the box to complete the sentences in the paragraph. bendable enjoyable playable climbable lovable sensible Homer loved playing the piano. It was __________ for him. But he couldn’t take his piano with him. It wouldn’t fit through the doors, and it wasn’t __________. Now, Homer was a nice, __________ boy. But he wasn’t very smart or __________. He tried to make a piano out of rubber! He forgot that a rubber piano just isn’t __________! But it is soft. Homer slept on his piano every night and dreamed of beautiful music. Find the -able or -ible word in each sentence and write it on the blank. Choose a root word from the box and write it next to the -able or -ible word formed from it. The first one is done for you. comfort notice question sense work 1. The old man was not comfortable wearing his new leather shoes. comfortable comfort 2. He thought his plan to have a big celebration was workable. 3. Her reason for joining the program is questionable. 4. It was sensible of the class president to tell the teacher what happened. 5. She thought the stain was not noticeable on her blue skirt. • Give the meaning of words with suffixes -able and -ible • Write a five to six sentence paragraph about a given topic Nursery Rhyme (Adaptation) Jack be nimble. Jack be quick. Jack jump over The candlestick. Jack be careful. Jack be safe. Always make sure That you are safe,
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