Assignment No. 5C 1. Is the principal a nice lady? 2. Sunflowers always face the sun. 3. Is Noynoy Aquino our upcoming president? 4. Jose Rizal wrote the poem “Sa Aking mga Kababata”. 5. You are a good follower. Spelling Time… 1. Development 2. Unhealthy 3. Careful 4. Impatient 5. Lovely 6. Repaint 7. Incorrect 8. Superman 9. Ex-councilor 10. Undersized Drill: Divide the following into syllables. 1. Library 2. Impressive 3. Committee 4. Elementary 5. Necessary 6. Understood 7. Supervisor 8. Principal 9. Automobile 10. Industrious Learning Activities: Dondon Lagrimas is a new pupils in Miss Santos’ class. He is telling about himself: “Good Morning. My name is Dondon Lagrimas. I am eleven years old. My father is a family driver and my mother is a market vendor. Before, we lived outside Metro Manila. My father’s employer conducted a research here so we transferred. At present my address is 82 Mabini St., Malate. My favorite subjects are English, Science and Mathematics, but I’m not good in Music and Social Studies. I like to do art projects and practice swimming. I joined an art contest and won one of the major prizes. I also broke my former schools swimming record. I would like to be an Olympic athlete or a famous artist someday. Discussion/Questions: 1. 2. 3. 4. Who is the one speaking? What are his parents’ works? What activities does he like? What is his ambition? Listen to these sentences and notice where the stress is placed in the underlined words. Stress on the First Syllable are used as a NOUN. Stress on the Second Syllable are used as a VERB. 1. 1. My father’s employer conducted a research here. 2. I like to do art projects. 3. I joined and art contest. 4. My address is 82 St., Malate. 5. I also broke my former school’s swimming records. My father’s employer conducted a research on corals, culture. 2. He projects a successful results. 3. His rival in the job contests his finding. 4. They addressed the problem to the committee. 5. Mr. Tan records every step in his experiment. Changes in Meaning of Words Cause by Stress Shift Lesson 6 NOUNS 1. Conduct 2.Progress 3.Conflict 4.Object 5.Record VERBS 1. Conduct 2.Progress 3.Conflict 4.Object 5.Record Exercise: Read the sentences. Pronounce the underlined words with the correct stress and tell if it is used as a noun or as a verb. • ______ 1. Mr. Ruis conducted a seminar on Waste Management. • ______ 2. The participants admired his conduct. • ______ 3. My friend conducted a research in Palawan. • ______ 4. He collected objects that will help him in his work. • ______ 5. Everyday he recorded progress of his work. Evaluation: Read the sentences. Put a check before it if the meaning of the stressed words fits the sentence. If the stress is wrong, write the correct word in the blank before the sentence. • ______ 1. Camels live in the desert. • ______ 2. It can’t digest its food. • ______ 3. There was a big increase in the supply of rice. • ______ 4. The produce from the farm will be exported to Japan. • ______ 5. We can’t get inside the Planetarium without a permit. Assignment No.6: Put the stress mark ( ) on the stressed syllable to fit the meaning of the sentence. 1. The loosing person can contest the decision. 2. There is a record of the proceedings of the contest. 3. One of the contestant objects to the proceedings. 4. The sponsor of the affair have the mayor’s permit. 5. The school administrators are all present.