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English 6 Q1 W3 - Identifying real and make-believe images

Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
National Capital Region
Schools Division Office – Mandaluyong City
Plainview Elementary School
Grade 6
Louwila D. Celevante
/Quarter /Week/Day
Quarter 1 Week 4 Day 1
September 14, 2022
Checked by:
Principal III
A. Content Standard
B. Performance Standards
C. Learning
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Section Newton/Einstein
Time 8:40 - 9:30 / 9:50 – 10:40
Demonstrates understanding of the various forms and conventions of
materials to critically analyze the meaning constructed in print, non-print
and digital materials
applies different views of the real world to effectively interpret
meaning in print, non-print and digital materials
Identify real or make-believe, fact images
Identify real or make-believe images
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide
2. Learner’s Materials
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional
Materials from
Learning Resource
(LR) portal
5. Other Learning
A. Reviewing previous
lesson or presenting
the new lesson
SLM Module 1: World of Reality and Fantasy/p.17-24
SLM Module 1: World of Reality and Fantasy/p.17-24
CLAID Learning Quarter 1 Module 1: REAL OR MAKE-BELIEVE, FACT
Laptop, PPT presentation, TV
Directions: Match the underlined idioms in column A with the definitions
in column B. Write the letter of the appropriate answer on the blank.
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Show the picture. Say: Have you ever wished you could fly and go to other
How about imagining you’re a fairy?
B. Establishing a
purpose for the
Are these things real?
Could they happen in real life or are they just fantasies?
Today, we are going to identify real or make-believe images.
C. Presenting
of the new lesson
D. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new
skills #1
Say: I would like to share an interesting story about a girl who lives in a
small barangay in a far-away town. Why interesting? Let’s find out.
Listen attentively as I read the story and take note of the underlined
Present the audio-visual presentation of the story.
Comprehension questions:
1. What can you say about the story?
2. Why do you think it is an interesting story?
3. Who is the girl that lives in a small barangay of Sta. Rita in the
town of Oton?
4. What did her mother tell Bea about the water in the pond?
5. How did Bea try her luck in wanting to see the Diwata?
6. What happened at the end of the story?
A while ago, I told you to take note of underlined phrases. Let us read
Call somebody to read the phrases:
she wakes up early to go to the farm and feed their family’s carabao.
the pond
talked to her reflection in the water
she rubbed her eyes again and again
Say: These phrases are scenarios that exist in real life. People wake up
early, live in the farm and feed their animals like carabaos. We can see
ponds anywhere. We can also talked to our reflection in the water. Lastly,
we can rub our eyes again and again.
These happenings can be witnessed by our eyes.
Say: However, the following underlined phrases are events that can
never happen in real life.
E. Discussing new
concepts and
practicing new
skills #2
diwata appearing in the water of the pond
see the diwata and can make a wish
the face suddenly disappeared
Have you seen a Diwata?
How do you think she looks like?
Can a face suddenly disappear?
Answering these questions is difficult because the existence of a Diwata
and her granting people’s wishes can never be real or true. It is a
fantasy, make-believe and a non-fact that cannot happen in the real
Reading books, listening to stories and watching movies can bring us to
a world of reality and fantasy. We encounter characters and events that
may be true or just a make-believe.
Real images are true; they are facts that can be proven. They can be
experienced or witnessed by a person.
When identifying statements that express reality, one should look into
things, ideas, and events based on real-life experience using the five
senses (seeing, smelling, tasting, hearing, and feeling).
Babies cry when they are hungry.
There are seven days in a week.
My grandmother is still alive at the age of 93.
Make-believe images have no existence; they are not true; they are in
our imagination; they are non-fact and difficult to be proven. Makebelieve images are created in our minds. They are exaggerated most of
the time that is why they are unbelievable to happen.
The tree talked to the boy.
The fisherman caught a mountain of fish last night but still was penniless.
It was raining cats and dogs, the water flooded the city and it almost
reached the clouds.
F. Developing
mastery (leads to
Assessment 3)
G. Finding practical
applications of
concepts and
skills in daily
Answer What’s More on page 20.
Why is it important for us to know how to identify real or makebelieve images?
Say: Recall ideas you have learned and answer the cloze test to comeup with the correct meaning of reality and fantasy.
H. Making
generalizations and
abstractions about
the lesson
What does reality and fantasy mean? How can we identify statements
expressing reality or fantasy?
Reality is something that is R_______, T_______, of E_______, and it is
a F_______ that can be proven.
Fantasy, on the other hand, is M________-B________, not R_______,
not T_______,
of no E_________, and is a N________-F________ which impossible to
be proven.
The following images are named. Identify whether they are real or makebelieve. Write your answer on the space provided.
Evaluating learning
J. Additional activities
for application or
No. of learners who
earned 80% in the
B. No. of learners who
require additional
activities for
remediation (score
below 80%)
C. Did the remedial
lessons work? No.
of learners who
have caught up with
the lesson
D. No. of learners who
continue to require
E. Which of my
teaching strategies
worked well? Why
did these work?
F. What difficulties did
I encounter which
my principal or
supervisor can help
me solve?
G. What innovation or
localized materials
did I use/discover
which I wish to
share with other
Read the sentences. Do you think they can happen or exist in real life?
the word real if they can and make-believe if they cannot.
1. The Carreon family lived in a remote sitio in the town of Igbaras. 2.
Kapres lived in the mountains of Igbaras.
3. The kapres appeared at night to frighten the village people.
4. The fathers in the built houses were made of nipa hut.
5. Many villagers were eaten by the kapre.