SEQUENCING A SERIES OF EVENTS AND DISCOVERING THE VALUE OF COOPERATION AND RESPONSIBILITY LEARNING COMPETENCY 1. Sequence a series of events mentioned in the text listened to (EN7LC-IV-d-2.7) 2. Discover through Philippine literature the need to work cooperatively and responsibly in today’s global village. (EN7LT-IV-d-6) CLAP AND STOMP IF YOU CAN RELATE 1. I answer back and shout to my mother if I am scolded. 2. I help household chores at home. 3. I feel angry and irritated if my mother can’t give the things I want. 4. I love my parents. 5. I fight with my siblings. WORDS TO KNOW SHAWL a square or oblong usually fabric garment or wrapper used especially as a covering for the head or shoulders. WORDS TO KNOW KNIT To form by interlacing yarn or thread in a series of connected loops with needles WORDS TO KNOW FRAIL Physically weak WORDS TO KNOW DEFT Characterized by facility and skill WORDS TO KNOW EKE To get with great difficulty WORDS TO KNOW WHIMPER To make a low whining or broken sound WORDS TO KNOW IRK To make weary, irritated or bored WORDS TO KNOW CALLOUS Being hardened or thickened; feeling or showing no sympathy WORDS TO KNOW HERCULEAN Extra-ordinary; requiring great strength or effort. A SHAWL FOR ANITA COMPREHENDING THE TEXT 1. Who narrated the story? 2. Who were the characters in the story? 3. Among the characters, who was so frail but never stopped working? 4. In what way did the mother stay the same? 5. Why did Anita keep on requesting something from the mother despite her mother’s condition? 6. If you were Anita, would you do the same by requesting something from your mother despite of your mother’s condition? 7. How is responsibility shown in the text? 8. How important is cooperation in the family? 9. What specific changed happened to the narrator? 10. What is the theme of the text? ACTIVITY: GROUP TASK GROUP I- Writing a letter to a mother GROUP II- Role Play: Siblings showing love to their parents GROUP III- Offering a song to mother GROUP IV- Role Play: Showing mother’s sacrifices for her family GROUP V- Pantomime: Acting out the text following it sequence or events. RUBRICS: WRITING A LETTER TO A MOTHER 5 4 3 Mechanics No errors in mechanics Have one or two errors in mechanics The mechanics in writing are not observed Purpose/Organization Purpose and organization of the letter are clearly shown Readers can’t determine its organization and purpose There seems to be no organization and purpose RUBRICS: ROLE PLAYING/ACTING/PANTOMIME 5 4 3 Gestures/Movements Dramatic; Gestures/movement s help the story and didn’t distract from the story Some gestures were too small. Movements were distracting rather than helpful Little to no movement Story Definite beginning, middle and ending Story has one or more missing details No story was developed. RUBRICS: OFFERING A SONG TO A MOTHER 5 4 3 Lyrics The song lyrics are outstanding; the lyrics hit its purpose; the message is conveyed The song lyrics are good The song lyrics do not connect to its purpose Tempo and Melody Melody and rhythm were perfectly performed Tempo and rhythm are The song is choppy sometimes unclear or with a mix of tempo; slow melody of the song is unclear EVALUATION: ½ CROSSWISE 1. Draw a shawl. On the cloth, list down events that happened in the story. Make sure that the sequence of events is properly arranged.