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1 K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum in English English rade 5 Competencies llocation for 180 TECHIN-LERNIN DYS SY Listening Comprehension - Reading Comprehension - rammar -Oral Language - Oral Reading luency - Writing / Composition - ocabulary Development - Study Strategy Research C - iewing - ttitude (IRST QURTER) DTE SKILLS IDENTIIED COMPETENCIES REERENCES June C *Observe politeness at all times using courteous expressions. *Use appropriate facial expressions *Note significant details. *Infer meaning of unfamiliar words based on the given context clues. *Note significant details. *Infer meaning of unfamiliar words. (synonyms/antonyms) *Describe different forms and convention of film and moving pictures (lights, blocking, direction, characterization) *Plan a two to three paragraph composition using an outline/ other graphic organizer *Self correct when reading. TE56006 un in Eng. 5 (L) pp TE56018 rade Sch. 5 (R) pp.2-6 TE56018 un in Eng.5 (R) pp TE C *Infer the theme of literary text (making inferences) *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words based on the given context clues.(ffixes) *Identify the elements of the literary text. *Compose clear and coherent sentences using grammatical structures. (spects of verbs) *Describe different forms and convention of film and moving pictures ( characterization, acting, dialog, setting, set-up) *Use appropriate body movements/gestures *Plan a two to three paragraph composition using an outline/other graphic organize *Read aloud grade level appropriate text with an accuracy rate of %. un in Eng.5 (R) pp TE56016 rade Sch.5 (R) pp TE5026/56028/5 011 rade Sch. 5(L) pp pp *Identify the elements of the literary text *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words based on the given TE56016

2 C C context clues. *Summarize narrative text based on elements; Theme/Setting/Characters (heroes and villains) *Use formal and informal English when appropriate to ask situation. *Read aloud grade level appropriate text with an accuracy rate of % *Compose clear and coherent sentences using grammatical structures. *Describe different forms and conventions of film and moving pictures (acting, dialog, setting or set-up) *Identify the elements of the story. *Show politeness at all times. *Summarize narrative story based on elements; Plot (beginning, middle, ending) *Infer meaning of unfamiliar words based on the context clues. *Compose clear sentences using appropriate grammatical structures. (uture tense of verb) *Use formal and informal English when appropriate to situation. *Write to three paragraph composition based on the prepared outline. *Read with automatically grade level occurring content works. (rt) *Distinguish among various types of viewing materials. EE9503 pp TE56016 EE9503 rade Sch.5(R) pp TE5011 TE *nalyze sound devices ( Onomatopoeia/lliteration/ssonance) July *Compose clear and coherent sentences using grammatical 1 structures. (Conjunctions) 2 3 *Revise writing for (conjunction) *nalyze a 2-stanza poem in terms of its elements (Rhymes/Sound devices) *Show politeness at all times *Read with automatically grade level frequently occurring content area works (Math) *Infer meaning of unfamiliar words (blended based) DRP 5 4 *Use formal and informal English when appropriate to task situation.

3 7 *Infer speaker s tone, mood and purpose. Eng. Exp. 5 (L) p *Infer meaning of words based on a given context clues (Synonyms and ntonyms) 9 *nalyze figure of speech in a given selection. (Simile and Metaphor) 10 *Read with automatically grade level frequently occurring content area works (Science) *Compose clear and coherent sentences using appropriate 11 grammatical structures. (Conjunctions) ET 5 (R) pp.5,190 IN 5 (R) pp DRP 5 14 *Distinguish reality from fantasy. rade Sch. 5 (R) p *nalyze figure of speech in a given selection. (Personification and Hyperbole) *Infer meaning of unfamiliar words. 16 *Compose clear and coherent sentences using appropriate grammatical structures. (Conjunctions) 17 *Recounts events effectively. *Read with automatically grade level frequently occurring content area works. (Health) 18 *Observe writing for clarity, transition/ signal words using conjunctions. 21 *Distinguish reality from fantasy. rade sch. 5 (R) p *Compose clear and coherent sentences using conjunctions. 23 *nalyze figure of speech in a given situation. (Simile and metaphor) *nalyze figure of speech in a given situation. (Personification and hyperbole) *Show politeness at all times. *Recounts events effectively using figure of speech. *Infer meaning of unfamiliar words. un in Eng.5 (R) pp *Read grade level selection with 118 words correct per DRP 5 minute. 29 *Clarify meaning of words using dictionaries, thesaurus, or TE online resources. 30 *Use rammatical structures in sentences appropriately. (Conjunctions) 31 *Read grade level selection with 118 words per minute. DRP 5 ug. 1 *Write a composition using conjunctions.

4 4 *Clarify meaning of words using dictionaries, thesaurus, or online resources. 5 *Recounts events effectively. 6 *Read grade level text with 118 words correct per minute. 7 8 IRST DIISION UNIIED TEST Dictionary/Thesa urus (SECOND QURTER) DTE SKILLS IDENTIIED COMPETENCIES REERENCES ug. 11 *Identify signal words from text heard. *Provide accurate instructions. 12 *Identify main idea, key sentence and supporting details of a given paragraph. 13 *Compose clear and coherent sentences using grammatical structures ; subject-verb agreement (inverted structures) *Plan a two to three paragraph composition using an outline 14 /other graphic organizers 15 C *Determine images/ideas that are explicitly used to influence viewers; Stereotypes/ Point of view/ Propaganda pp pp EE8036 Eng. Exp.5(L) pp rade Sch.5(R) pp EE X X *Identify main idea, key sentence of a given paragraph* *ive precise information on a given topic. *Use card catalog to locate resources *identify informational text-types *Compose sentences using grammatical structures-subjectverb agreement (intervening phrases) *Show tactfulness when communicating with others *Write paragraph showing cause and effect. *Identify different meaning of specific words (denotation and connotation) *Identify informational text-types. *sk questions to check understanding of information presented. *Distinguish text- types according to purpose. to classify or describe. *Identify different meanings of words.(connotation/denotation) rade Sch.5 (L) pp EE8036 pp Eng. Exp. 5 (L) pp Eng.Exp.5(L)p.1 55;TE56029 rade Sch.(L) pp1-6;te56018

5 28 *Compose sentences using grammatical structures. irregular nouns and verb agreement. 29 *ather relevant information from various sources. *Write paragraph showing cause and effect. Sept *Distinguish fact from opinion. *Respond to ideas and opinions after reflection. *Distinguish selection according to purpose. to classify or describe *ather relevant information from various sourcesdictionaries *Identify different meaning of specific words. 4 *Construct sentences using appropriate grammatical structures.-collective nouns and verb agreement 5 C *Determine images/idea that are explicitly used to influence viewers. stereotypes/propaganda *Read grade level frequently occurring content area words. 8 *Distinguish fact from opinion. *Respond to ideas and opinions after reflection 9 *ather relevant information from various sources-thesaurus *Identify meaning of words connotation and denotation 10 *Compose clear and coherent sentences using grammatical structures. Kinds of adjectives 11 *Distinguish situation according to purpose.-to recall a series of events/information 12 *Revised writing for clarity punctuation marks/signal words *Show politeness at all times 15 *Provide evident to support opinion/fact. 16 *Distinguish selection according to purpose -to explain 17 *ather relevant information from various sources online references *Identify different meanings of unfamiliar word (connotation and denotation 18 *Compose sentences using grammatical structures. order of adjectives 19 *Write paragraph showing comparison and contrast *Show politeness at all times 22 *Compose sentences using grammatical structures. degrees of adjectives 23 *Make generalizations. *Self-correct when reading. 24 *ather relevant information from various sources. *Identify different meanings of words -connotation and denotation TE56030 rade Sch.5(R) pp ; TE5032 TE56001 Eng. Exp.5(R) pp ;te5032 Eng.Exp.5(R) p.113 TE56033 TE56047 Eng. Exp.5 (L) pp TE5014 Eng.Exp.5(L) p.87

6 25 *Write paragraph showing comparison and contrast. 26 C *Determine images/ideas that are explicitly used to influence viewers. stereotypes/point of view/propaganda *Observe politeness at all times 29 *Read grade level selection with accuracy, appropriate rate and proper expression 30 *Make an outline from a selection read. *Identify meaning of content specific words. DRP 5 rade Sch.5(L) pp Oct. 1 *Compose clear sentences using grammatical structures;- conjunctions subordinate and coordinate 2 3 C *Organize information from primary source in preparation for writing academic tasks in collaboration with others. *Revise writing for clarity. *Determine images/ideas that are used to influence viewers stereotypes/point of view/propaganda *Make a stand 6 *Read grade level selection with accuracy, appropriate and DRP 5 proper expressions. 7 *Make an outline from a selection read. TE *Make a stand *Show tactfulness hen communicating with others. 9 *Revise writing for clarity -correct punctuation marks /transition/ signal words 10 C *Determine images that are explicitly used to influence viewers stereotypes/point of view 13 *Make a stand 14 *Read grade level text with accuracy, appropriate and proper expressions. 15 *ill out school forms, deposit slip, and withdrawal slip accurately. 16 C Determine images/ideas that are used to influence viewers - stereotypes/point of view/propaganda 17 2 nd Division Unified Test Eng.Exp.5 (R) pp TE56011

7 (THIRD QURTER) DTE SKILLS IDENTIIED COMPETENCIES REERENCES Oct *Distinguish fact from opinion. *Distinguish text-types accdg.to purpose to persuade. *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words based on given context clues (Health) *Read grade level text with accuracy, appropriate rate and proper expression. *Provide evidence to support understanding. *Organize information from primary sources in preparation for writing academic tasks. *Infer the meaning of words based on given context clues. Eng. Exp.5(R) pp TE 5032 pp DRP 5 rade School 5 (R) p *Compose clear sentences using grammatical structures: Prepositions. Eng. Exp. 5 (R ) pp Nov *Distinguish text-types according to features (problem and solution) *Provide evidence to support understanding. *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words based on given context clues *Organize information from primary sources in preparation for reporting academic tasks in collaboration with others. *Remind others to stay on topic. *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words (affixed)based on given context clues (Health) *Compose clear and coherent sentences using appropriate grammatical structures: Prepositional phrases. Eng. Exp. 5 (R ) pp. 6-7 p.75 Eng. Exp. 5 (L) pp *Link comments to the remarks of others. *Observe the speaker s tone, mood and purpose. *Organize information from secondary sources in preparation for writing tasks in collaboration with others. *Distinguish text-types according to features (problem and solution) *Infer the meaning of words based on given context clues *Provide evidence to support understanding. *Read grade level text with accuracy, appropriate rate and proper expression. Eng. Exp. 5 (R ) pp.6-7

8 14 *Use a particular kind of sentence for a specific purpose and audience- asking permission-making requests *Observe the speaker s tone, mood and purpose. *Distinguish text-types according to features (Structural and Language- problem and solution) *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words *Organize information from secondary sources in preparation for reporting academic tasks in collaboration with others. *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words based on given context clues *Use a particular kind of sentence for a specific purpose and audience- asking permission-responding to questions. 21 *Plan a two to three-paragraph composition using an outline/other graphic organizers C *Organize information from secondary sources in preparation for reporting and similar academic tasks. *Infer the target audience. *Distinguish text-types according to features -cause and effect) *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words (compound, affixed) based on given context clues. *Use a particular kind of sentence for a specific purpose and audience- following and giving directions. 27 *Write a three-paragraph feature- article 28 *Read grade level text with accuracy, appropriate rate and proper expression *Infer the speaker s tone, mood and purpose. pp.31-32;66-67 Eng.Exp.5 (R) pp.,83, 103, 200 Eng.Exp.,5(R)pp. 18,67-68 r.sch.5(r) pp Eng. Ex.5(R)pp.6-67 TE Dec. 1 *Distinguish text-types according to features (Structural and Language)- cause and effect. *Use appropriate strategies to keep the discussion going. Eng. Exp.5 (R) pp.211, *Infer the speaker s tone, mood and purpose *Use a particular kind of sentence for a specific purpose and audience- giving information. Eng.Ep.5(R)132, *Revise writing for clarity- correct spelling/appropriate punctuation marks/ transition/signal words.

9 5 C *Infer purpose of the visual media. *Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words based on given context clues Eng. Exp. 5 (R)p *Distinguish text-types according to features (Structural and Language)-comparison and contrast *Self-correct when reading. *Observe accuracy, appropriate rate and proper expressions in choral, echo and shadow reading. 10 *Use a particular kind of sentence for a specific purpose and audience- making explanation. Eng. Exp. 5(R) pp *Write a three-paragraph feature article. 12 C *Determine images/ideas that are explicitly used to influence viewers, stereotypes point of view, and propagandas. 15 *Distinguish text-types according to features (comparison and contrast) 16 *Use a particular kind of sentence for a specific purpose and audience- expressing opinions/emotions Eng. Exp. 5 pp ; *Revise writing for clarity- correct spelling/appropriate punctuation marks/ transition/signal words. 18 *Observe accuracy, appropriate rate and proper expressions in choral, echo and shadow reading. *Identify point-of-view. 19 C *Determine images/ideas that are explicitly used to influence viewers, stereotypes point of view, propagandas Jan *Observe accuracy, appropriate rate and proper expressions in choral, echo and shadow reading *Identify point-of-view. *Use a particular kind of sentence for a specific purpose and audience- expressing opinions/emotions. *Write a three-paragraph feature article. Eng. Exp.5RTX pp THIRD UNIIED TEST

10 DTE Jan SKILL S C (OURTH QURTER) IDENTIIED COMPETENCIES *Restate sentences heard in one s own words. *Use appropriate facial expressions. *Identify different meanings of content specific words (Denotation) [Science] *Distinguish text-types according to features -by enumeration. *Infer target audience. *Read aloud grade level appropriate test with an accuracy rate of *Take down relevant notes. *Show tactfulness when communication with others. REERENCES rade School 5 (R) p.75 EE9502 rade Sch. 5 (R) pp TE56001 Eng. Exp. (L) pp. 157, 19 Basic Speech 5 p.1 16 *Use compound sentences to show cause and effect. rade Sch.5(R) pp EE8107 *Identify different meanings of different specific words 19 (Connotation) [Science] 20 *Use compound sentences to show cause and effect. 21 *Take down relevant notes. 22 *Read aloud grade level appropriate text with an accuracy rate of *Use appropriate facial expressions. 23 *Distinguish text-types according to features C Enumeration *Infer target audience C *Restate sentences heard in one s own words. *Infer purposes of the visual media. *Identify different meanings of content specific words (Denotation) [Health] *Read aloud grade level appropriate text with an accuracy rate of *Use compound sentences to show problem-solution relationship of ideas. 29 *Plan a two to three paragraph compositions using an outline/other graphic organizers. *ssess credibility of the sources of information. rade School 5 (L) pp ;EE8107 DRP 5 TE56001;TE560 02;TE56037 DRP 5 TE5022 Eng. for ll Times 5 pp ; TE56026 ;

11 30 eb *Distinguish text-types according to features ( Time-order sequence) *Use appropriate body movements/gestures. *Use appropriate body movements/gestures *Restate sentences heard in one s own words. *Identify different meanings of content specific words (Connotation) [Health] *ssess credibility of sources of information *Distinguish text-types according to features (Structural and language) Time-order (Sequence, recounts, process) *Use compound sentences to show problem-solutions relationship of ideas. *Read grade level text with 128 words correct per minute. *Compose a three-paragraph descriptive essay on selfselected topic. *nalyze how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the meaning of a text *Restate sentences heard of one s own words. *Use verbal and non-verbal cues in a T broadcast. *nalyze how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the meaning of a text. *Identify different meanings of content specific words (Denotation) [TLE] *Read grade level text with 128 words correct per minute. *Use appropriate graphic organizers in text read. *List primary and secondary sources of information. TE56001; TE56002; C *Use complex sentences to show cause and effect. *Show tactfulness when communicating with others * Revise writing for clarity correct spelling *Observe politeness at all times rade Sch. 5 (R) pp EE *Summarize information from various text types. *Respond appropriately to messages of different authentic texts. *Use verbal and non-verbal cues in a T broadcast. *Read grade level text with 128 words correct per minute. 18 *Use complex sentences to show cause and effect.

12 19 20 C *Compose a three-paragraph descriptive essay on self selected topic. *Determine images/ideas that are explicitly used to influence viewers (Stereotypes, Point of iew and Propagandas). *Identify different meanings of content specific words (Connotations) [TLE] *List primary and secondary sources of information. 23 *Conduct short research projects on a self-selected topic. *Summarizes information from various text types. *Make generalizations. *Revise writing for clarity appropriate punctuation marks transition/signal words. *Use verbal and non-verbal cues in a T broadcast EDS REUTION *Use complex sentences to show problem-solution relationship of ideas C March C *Determine images/ideas that are explicitly used to influence viewers (Stereotypes, Point of view and Propagandas). *Identify different meanings of unfamiliar words (Denotation and Connotation) [Mathematics] *Show tactfulness when communicating with others *Conduct short research projects on a selected topic *Use verbal and non-verbal cues in a T broadcast *Use complex sentences to show problem-solution relationship of ideas. *Make connections between information viewed and personal experiences. *Summarize information from various text types. *Compose a three paragraph descriptive essay on selfselected topic. *Observe accuracy, appropriate rate, proper expressions and correct pronunciation in dramatic readings and presentations. 9 *Summarize information from various text types. 10 C *-Conduct short research projects on a self-selected topic. *Use verbal and non verbal cues in a T broadcast. *Make connections between information viewed and personal experiences.

13 *Observe accuracy, appropriate rate, proper expressions 11 and correct pronunciation in dramatic readings and presentations. 12 National chievement Test (NT) III 13 National chievement Test (NT) I *Summarize information from various text types. *Conduct research projects on a self selected topic. *Summarize information from various text types. *Conduct short research projects on a self-selected topic *Observe accuracy, appropriate rate, proper expressions and correct pronunciation in dramatic readings and presentations th Division Unified Test

14 K to 12 CURRICULUM English rade 5 BUDET OUTLY Prepared and Submitted by: Chairman: DELI B. CLERO, LES Co-Chairman EBE S. REZ, Nagasi Elem. School Members SHIRLEY S. I, HES I SOCORRO L. TLPERO, Yubo Elem. School N LEIZL. CUMS, Esperanza Elem.School JOY M. SOMON, ra-al Elem School RITCHEL O. TNUB, NES ENIEE L. ONOR, SES I EMILY END, La Carlota Sugar Central Elem School BRBR. PONCE, SES I ROWEN O TIU, yungon Elem School JON JYON, ETC EMM ESPROZ, Cubay Elem School M. CECIL PLERMO, SES II RON O CONCEPCION, SMES I LORI. TIONSY EPS I-English LDYS MYLINE D. SLES OIC- Schools Division Superintendent Division of La Carlota City PORTI M.MLLO, Ph.D.,CESO Schools Division Superintendent Division of La Carlota City

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