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Knowledge must be gained by Knowledge must be gained by ourselves. Mankind may supply ourselves. Mankind may supply us with the facts; but the us with the facts; but the results, even if they agree results, even if they agree with the previous ones, must with the previous ones, must be the work of our mind.” be the work of our mind.” (Benjamin Disraeli) (Benjamin Disraeli)

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““Knowledge must be gained by Knowledge must be gained by ourselves. Mankind may supply ourselves. Mankind may supply us with the facts; but the us with the facts; but the results, even if they agree with results, even if they agree with the previous ones, must be the the previous ones, must be the work of our mind.” work of our mind.”

(Benjamin Disraeli)(Benjamin Disraeli)

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Sample Learning Plan Sample Learning Plan In English IIn English I

Basic Features and Basic Features and Elements of Elements of NarrativeNarrative

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STAGE 1:STAGE 1:

Desired Results / OutcomesDesired Results / Outcomes General Standard:General Standard: - - The learner demonstrates literary The learner demonstrates literary

and communicative competence and communicative competence through his/her understanding of the through his/her understanding of the different genres of Philippine different genres of Philippine Literature and other text types for a Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine deeper appreciation of Philippine culture.culture.

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Content Standard:Content Standard:

- - The learner demonstrates The learner demonstrates understanding of the distinctive understanding of the distinctive features, aesthetic elements and features, aesthetic elements and underlying objectives of varied types underlying objectives of varied types of Philippine narratives using the of Philippine narratives using the most appropriate language forms most appropriate language forms and functions.and functions.

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Performance Standard:Performance Standard: - - The learner tells a story creatively The learner tells a story creatively

and proficiently.and proficiently.

Concept Matrix Topic:Concept Matrix Topic: - - Basic Features and Elements of Basic Features and Elements of

Narrative.Narrative.

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A. Essential A. Essential UnderstandingUnderstandingStudents will understand that:Students will understand that:

Narratives are interesting accounts of Narratives are interesting accounts of people’s ideas, feelings and values people’s ideas, feelings and values pertinent to their, culture and pertinent to their, culture and society.society.

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Prior Knowledge:Prior Knowledge: -The students may be thinking that:-The students may be thinking that:1.1.Narratives have to be long in order for Narratives have to be long in order for

details/elements to be complete.details/elements to be complete.2.2.Narratives are always told in the order in which an Narratives are always told in the order in which an

event occurred.event occurred.3.3.Folk narratives are simplistic explanations of things Folk narratives are simplistic explanations of things

around us.around us.4.4.Philippine folk narratives do not have the elements Philippine folk narratives do not have the elements

of narratives.of narratives.5.5.Philippine folk narratives are copied after western Philippine folk narratives are copied after western

ones.ones.

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6. Verb tense is all about correct form or 6. Verb tense is all about correct form or structure and that it has nothing to do with structure and that it has nothing to do with proficient storytelling.proficient storytelling.7. Each narrative element is independent from 7. Each narrative element is independent from the other elements.the other elements.8. A narrative is pure fiction and its conflict 8. A narrative is pure fiction and its conflict has nothing to do with real-life situations.has nothing to do with real-life situations.9. Comic strips are trivial illustrations of 9. Comic strips are trivial illustrations of narratives.narratives.

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New KnowledgeNew Knowledge1.1. Narrative may be short but can contain Narrative may be short but can contain

the essential elements.the essential elements.

2.2. Narratives use elements like plot, Narratives use elements like plot, characters, conflict, and theme in order characters, conflict, and theme in order to tell story in clear and exciting way.to tell story in clear and exciting way.

3.3. Narratives, are behaviors that provide Narratives, are behaviors that provide insight on the culture and beliefs of a insight on the culture and beliefs of a nation. nation.

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4. Philippine narrative reflect our uniqueness 4. Philippine narrative reflect our uniqueness and cultural identity as a people. Tales and cultural identity as a people. Tales have special features that make them have special features that make them distinct from one culture to another.distinct from one culture to another.

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B. Essential QuestionsB. Essential Questions

1.1. Why study Philippine narratives?Why study Philippine narratives?

2.2. How do I write a narrative proficiently How do I write a narrative proficiently and creatively?and creatively?

3.3. How can verbs in the simple past tense How can verbs in the simple past tense with their time markers facilitate to with their time markers facilitate to proficiently tell a story?proficiently tell a story?

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C. Transfer GoalsC. Transfer Goals-The students can tell a story by-The students can tell a story by1.1. Using correct verb tense (in this lesson-Using correct verb tense (in this lesson-

simple past tense with its time markers) simple past tense with its time markers) to facilitate time consistency and to facilitate time consistency and coherence;coherence;

2.2. Logically integrating the elements to Logically integrating the elements to develop the theme or to signify human develop the theme or to signify human experiences; andexperiences; and

3.3. Significantly illustrating traits of Significantly illustrating traits of characters in comic strips. characters in comic strips.

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D. Objectives (Knowledge, Skills, D. Objectives (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes or KSA)and Attitudes or KSA)

1.The students will know… (K)1.The students will know… (K) a. Basic features and elements of narrativea. Basic features and elements of narrative b. Types of narrativesb. Types of narratives c. Narrative devicesc. Narrative devices d. Forms and functions of verbs in the simple past d. Forms and functions of verbs in the simple past

tensetense e. Time markers/signals to use in the simple past e. Time markers/signals to use in the simple past

tensetense

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2. The students will be able to… (S)2. The students will be able to… (S) a. Abstract the distinctive features and a. Abstract the distinctive features and

elements of narrativeselements of narratives b. Clarify the objectives of narrativesb. Clarify the objectives of narratives c. Classify samples of folk narrativesc. Classify samples of folk narratives d. Trace the development of action in a story d. Trace the development of action in a story e. Illustrate traits of characters through comic e. Illustrate traits of characters through comic

stripsstrips f. Use details to find meaning and connection f. Use details to find meaning and connection

among the elements of narrativesamong the elements of narratives

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g. Explain how narrative features work g. Explain how narrative features work together to help one understand and together to help one understand and appreciate narrativesappreciate narratives

h. Relate conflicts in narratives to real life h. Relate conflicts in narratives to real life experiences experiences

i. Use diagrams, charts, drawings, and i. Use diagrams, charts, drawings, and other visuals to illustrate understanding of other visuals to illustrate understanding of ideasideas

j. Use multimedia and technology in the j. Use multimedia and technology in the presentation of anime comic stripspresentation of anime comic strips

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k. Use correct forms of verbs in the simple k. Use correct forms of verbs in the simple past tensepast tense

l. Use appropriate time markers to l. Use appropriate time markers to express past actionsexpress past actions

m. Formulate clear questions and m. Formulate clear questions and appropriate responsesappropriate responses

n. Point the Filipino values and traditions n. Point the Filipino values and traditions as mirrored in the narrative.as mirrored in the narrative.

o. Retell an adapted narrative.o. Retell an adapted narrative.

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3. The students must be able to3. The students must be able to

a. Work with others cooperatively and collaborativelya. Work with others cooperatively and collaboratively

b. Exhibit respect for others by not talking out of turnb. Exhibit respect for others by not talking out of turn

c. Manifest diligence in learning by finishing tasks c. Manifest diligence in learning by finishing tasks assigned.assigned.

d. Take pride in being a Filipino through its folk d. Take pride in being a Filipino through its folk narratives.narratives.

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STAGE 2:STAGE 2:Assessment EvidenceAssessment Evidence Performance Task (GRASPS)Performance Task (GRASPS)A. Task OverviewA. Task Overview

In an effort to promote appreciation of In an effort to promote appreciation of Filipino folk narratives nationwide, the Filipino folk narratives nationwide, the National Book Development Board has National Book Development Board has commissioned your publishing house for commissioned your publishing house for a project.a project.

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Being a graphic designer/writer of a popular Being a graphic designer/writer of a popular children’s book, you were asked by the children’s book, you were asked by the publishing house to develop write and publishing house to develop write and illustrate a relevant and representative illustrate a relevant and representative Philippine folk narrative as an anime comic Philippine folk narrative as an anime comic strip. Since their target market is the 10-strip. Since their target market is the 10-12 year old upper elementary students, 12 year old upper elementary students,

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they want your work to present creatively they want your work to present creatively the elements of narrative and exhibit a the elements of narrative and exhibit a craftsmanship that will ensure the craftsmanship that will ensure the product’s marketability.product’s marketability.

B. Evidence at the level of B. Evidence at the level of understandingunderstanding

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The learner should be able to demonstrate The learner should be able to demonstrate understanding covering the six (6) facets understanding covering the six (6) facets of understanding.of understanding.

Explanation Explanation Illustrate traits of characters in a map/guideIllustrate traits of characters in a map/guide..InterpretationInterpretation Make meaning out of details used in a folk Make meaning out of details used in a folk

narrativenarrative..

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ApplicationApplication- Create an anime comics strips of a folk narrative- Create an anime comics strips of a folk narrative

- Use multimedia and technology in the - Use multimedia and technology in the presentation presentation

- Use simple past tense, appropriate time - Use simple past tense, appropriate time markers.markers.

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PerspectivePerspectiveJudge on the uniqueness of an anime comic strip Judge on the uniqueness of an anime comic strip

presentation using agreed upon criteriapresentation using agreed upon criteria

EmpathyEmpathyRelate to other’s experience in search for meaning Relate to other’s experience in search for meaning

in lifein life

Self-KnowledgeSelf-KnowledgeRealize one’s capability to construct meaning from Realize one’s capability to construct meaning from

a wide range of narrative textsa wide range of narrative texts

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C. Evidence at the level of performanceC. Evidence at the level of performance The learner artistically creates an anime comic strip The learner artistically creates an anime comic strip

based on a folk narrative following these criteria:based on a folk narrative following these criteria:1.1. Focus/ThemeFocus/Theme2.2. CharactersCharacters3.3. Problem/conflictProblem/conflict4.4. Development of actionDevelopment of action5.5. CreativityCreativity6.6. CraftsmanshipCraftsmanship

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Tests and QuizzesTests and Quizzes

AA. . Elements of Narrative Elements of Narrative

B. Identifying simple past tense of the B. Identifying simple past tense of the verb and time markers in a selectionverb and time markers in a selection

C. Filling in time markers in a narrative C. Filling in time markers in a narrative texttext

D. Story map (analyze features of folk D. Story map (analyze features of folk narratives)narratives)

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E. Quiz (internet on verbs simple past E. Quiz (internet on verbs simple past tense)tense)

F. Abstraction activity (simple past tense of F. Abstraction activity (simple past tense of verbs)verbs)

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Students Work Samples:Students Work Samples: A. Activity SheetsA. Activity Sheets

B. Academic Prompts B. Academic Prompts

C. Writing draftsC. Writing drafts

D. HomeworkD. Homework

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Informal Checks for Informal Checks for

UnderstandingUnderstanding

A. Background Knowledge ProbeA. Background Knowledge Probe

B. Learning LogsB. Learning Logs

C. Journal EntriesC. Journal Entries

OthersOthers

A. RecitationA. Recitation

B. Participation in Group workB. Participation in Group work

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Stage 3:Stage 3:Learning PlanLearning PlanEU – EU – Narratives are interesting accounts of Narratives are interesting accounts of

people’s ideas, feelings and values people’s ideas, feelings and values pertinent to the development of their pertinent to the development of their culture and society.culture and society.

EQ – EQ – Why study Phil. narratives?Why study Phil. narratives?

Sub. EQ: - Sub. EQ: - Why are narratives important?Why are narratives important?

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Introduction of Essential Introduction of Essential QuestionQuestion What do the following have in common?What do the following have in common? A. Legend of the First BananaA. Legend of the First Banana B. AvatarB. Avatar C. Si Malakas at Si MagandaC. Si Malakas at Si Maganda D. The Parable of the Prodigal SonD. The Parable of the Prodigal Son E. The Monkey and The TortoiseE. The Monkey and The Tortoise F. Aqua BenditaF. Aqua Bendita H. The Last PrinceH. The Last Prince

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Interaction with different Interaction with different Resources to answer the Resources to answer the EQ.EQ.( Teachers, self, students, peer, ( Teachers, self, students, peer,

content, technology, materials)content, technology, materials)Process:Process:

1.1. What is your favorite story?What is your favorite story?

2.2. How many of you share the same story?How many of you share the same story?

3.3. What makes that story your favorite?What makes that story your favorite?

4.4. How many parts of the plot does your How many parts of the plot does your story have?story have?

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5. Does your story follow the traditional 5. Does your story follow the traditional triangle plot? Explain.triangle plot? Explain.

6. Did you have difficulty identifying the plot 6. Did you have difficulty identifying the plot of your story? Why or why not?of your story? Why or why not?

7. Which element of the plot is the easiest to 7. Which element of the plot is the easiest to identify in your story? The most difficult? identify in your story? The most difficult? Explain why?Explain why?

8. What role does the plot play in making 8. What role does the plot play in making this your favorite story? this your favorite story?

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9. What is the lesson or message related to 9. What is the lesson or message related to you by your favorite story?you by your favorite story?

10. Would this message have the same 10. Would this message have the same impact to you if someone had directly told impact to you if someone had directly told you this? Why or why not?you this? Why or why not?

11. What does this tell us about stories?11. What does this tell us about stories?

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Integration of Findings From Integration of Findings From Different ResourcesDifferent Resources1.1. Make a Learning LOG.Make a Learning LOG.

Learning Log #1Concept:_______________________What I thought What I thinkBefore... Now……

Before I used to think Now, I’ve learnedThat….. That…..

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2. – Choose from any of the concepts your 2. – Choose from any of the concepts your have learned today.have learned today.- Using the above Learning Log, write down - Using the above Learning Log, write down new ideas or insights you have learned or new ideas or insights you have learned or unlearned after our lesson regarding this unlearned after our lesson regarding this concept.concept.

3. Ask the students to share their “before-3. Ask the students to share their “before-after” entries.after” entries.

4. Ask for a generalization about the lesson.4. Ask for a generalization about the lesson.

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- Narratives are interesting accounts of Narratives are interesting accounts of people’s people’s ideasideas, , feelingsfeelings and and valuesvalues pertinent to the development of their pertinent to the development of their culture and society.culture and society.

a. Ideas – studying narratives enable us to a. Ideas – studying narratives enable us to probe into the minds and ways of our probe into the minds and ways of our ancestors since their answers are ancestors since their answers are reflective of their time.reflective of their time.

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b. Feelings – studying narratives help us b. Feelings – studying narratives help us touch base with our feelings, helping us touch base with our feelings, helping us emotionally rehearse for situations similar emotionally rehearse for situations similar to the narrative taken up in class.to the narrative taken up in class.

c. Values – studying narratives enable us c. Values – studying narratives enable us to get hindsights on how are our ancestors to get hindsights on how are our ancestors made sense of what they value in their made sense of what they value in their lives, giving us an insight into our own lives, giving us an insight into our own value system. value system.

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RESOURCES:RESOURCES: Websites:Websites: http:// users. Aber. Ac. Uk/ jmp/ ellsa http:// users. Aber. Ac. Uk/ jmp/ ellsa

elements. Html elements. Html this site presents the basic elements of this site presents the basic elements of

short story.short story. http: // reading. Pppst. Com/elements. Htmlhttp: // reading. Pppst. Com/elements. Html this site features a # of PowerPoint this site features a # of PowerPoint

presentations about the elements of presentations about the elements of literature.literature.

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Reference:Reference:Eugenio, Damiana (ed)(1993). The Myths; Eugenio, Damiana (ed)(1993). The Myths; Phil. Folk Literature Quezon City:Phil. Folk Literature Quezon City:

Pickering, James H and Hoeper, Jeffrey Pickering, James H and Hoeper, Jeffrey (1994) Literature (4(1994) Literature (4thth ed) New York: ed) New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.Macmillan Publishing Company.

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24 Things To Remember24 Things To Remember(Collin Mc Carty)(Collin Mc Carty)

Your presence is a present to the world.Your presence is a present to the world.

You’re unique and one of a kind.You’re unique and one of a kind.

Your life can be what you want it to be.Your life can be what you want it to be.

Take the day just one at a time.Take the day just one at a time.

Count your blessings, not your troubles.Count your blessings, not your troubles.

You’ll make it through whatever comes You’ll make it through whatever comes alongalong

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Within you are so many answers.Within you are so many answers.

Understand, have courage, be strong.Understand, have courage, be strong.

Don’t put limits on yourself Don’t put limits on yourself

So many dreams are waiting to be realized.So many dreams are waiting to be realized.

Decisions are too important to leave to chanceDecisions are too important to leave to chance

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Reach for your peak, your goal, your prize Reach for your peak, your goal, your prize

Nothing wastes more energy than worryingNothing wastes more energy than worrying

The longer one carries a problem, the The longer one carries a problem, the heavier it getsheavier it gets

Don’t take things too seriously Don’t take things too seriously

Live a life of serenity, not a life of regrets. Live a life of serenity, not a life of regrets.

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Remember that a little love goes a long Remember that a little love goes a long wayway

Remember that a lot…….goes forever Remember that a lot…….goes forever

Remember that friendship is a wise Remember that friendship is a wise investment.investment.

Life’s treasure are Life’s treasure are people…….TOGETHERpeople…….TOGETHER

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Realize that it’s never too late Realize that it’s never too late

Do ORDINARY things in an Do ORDINARY things in an EXTRAORDINARY way.EXTRAORDINARY way.

Have health and hope and happiness Have health and hope and happiness

Take the time to wish upon a starTake the time to wish upon a star

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AND DON’T EVER FORGET…..AND DON’T EVER FORGET…..

FOR EVEN A DAY…….FOR EVEN A DAY…….

HOW VERY HOW VERY SPECIALSPECIAL YOU ARE…. YOU ARE….

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THANK YOU THANK YOU

AND AND

GOD BLESS!!!!!!!!!!!GOD BLESS!!!!!!!!!!!