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English 4 dlp 5 decoding words in stories read using phonetic analysis opt

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  1. 1. English 4Module 5 Decoding Words in Stories Read Using Phonetic Analysis A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development
  2. 2. 35 I am here again. How are you now? Here is another lesson for you. Be ready now. Are you ready for our activity today? This time we shall learn about decoding words in stories read using phonetic analysis. What is the sound of a hissing snake? Here are some words that begin with the same sound like a hissing snake. Read them. Read the list of phrases with words having common letter sound. Phrases Drill: 1. sold the saw 2. sew skirt 3. sing a song 4. several sacks 5. sips her soup What is the common letter sound used in the given phrases? It is the s sound. What are the words? sold sew sing several sips saw shirt song sacks soup Read them again. Can you rate yourself with a star? Yes No Let’s Try This Let’s Learn This To the Learner
  3. 3. 36 What is this? • It is a cradle. How do you read the word cradle? • It carries the sound of / a / or it has a long a /ey/sound. Study the given selection. Let us find the words from the selection that sound the same as the word cradle. CRADLE HYMN by : Martin Luther Away in a manger, no crib for his bed The little Lord Jesus laid down his sweet head. The stars in the bright sky looked down where he lay The little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay. The cattles are lowing, the baby awakes, But little Lord Jesus, no crying He makes. But I love Thee, Lord Jesus! Look down from the sky. And stay by my cradle till morning is near. Let us read the italic and highlighted words in the selection. Do they have the same sound as cake? • Yes, the words away, manger, laid, lay, hay, awakes, makes, stay and cradle carry the long a sound. Let’s read the words again. Two stars for you. Let’s Study This
  4. 4. 37 Read the given sentences orally. Be sure to pronounce the words with long a /ey/ sound correctly. 1. My birthday is a week on Tuesday. 2. Last year, it was on a Monday. 3. It does not matter anyway. 4. They hop around from day to day. 5. It is odd how birthdays do not just stay. Were you able to pronounce the words with / / sound perfectly? What are the words again? • birthday • Tuesday • Monday • anyway • day • stay Can you rate yourself three stars? Yes No Let’s Do This
  5. 5. 38 This time you will recognize words in a selection having the same initial medial or final sound. Read the given selection carefully. Identify what is the common sound of the words used in the selection. Group them together according to initial, media or final. Cher was assigned / to wash the dishes that day / while Shelley / was assigned to mash potatoes.// They were sharing the work / because their sister, / Sharon, / went shopping for sharp kitchen knives from the shopping mall.// How they wish / they could finish their work / so they could get their sachets of shampoo.// These were their share of the prize they won in a television show.// They both dream of having shiny hair. Cher and Shelly are chefs / in a prestigious restaurant. Its specialty includes sashimi and sushi//. They assure their clientele / who are mostly showbiz personalities, / of the freshest food like mushrooms, cashew, and shallots.// They shower them with the best service / and they shun / shabby treatment of anyone.// They never clash with their officemates.// They are very much concerned about their work.// They cherish / what they have accomplished so they / show their gratitude through sheer good service//. Write your answer here: Initial Medial Final Ex. Shelly sachet wish ______________ _______________ ______________ ______________ _______________ ______________ ______________ _______________ ______________ ______________ _______________ ______________ Let’s Do More
  6. 6. 39 Check your answers using the given answer key. What is your score? ________ Keep up the good work! Let us go over the answers again. What sound do you usually hear from the given words? • It is the same sound you produce when you want somebody to keep quiet. It is the /sh/ sound. Now, here are other words from the story with the same sound as/sh/ Read them. Cher sachets assure chefs specialty Did you read them correctly? What sound did you use? • Yes, the /sh/ sound. The letters may be different but their sounds are the same. Read the words again emphasizing /sh/ sound. Great job!
  7. 7. 40 What are the phonetic sounds introduced in this module? They are /s/;/a /;/sh/ ; /i/ How did you pronounce them? Remember: Vowels are letters that are pronounced by forcing air over your vocal cords through your mouth. In pronouncing the long / / sound as /ey/ in day, it is the same as the name of the letter and so with /i/. But when /s/ words are said, the lips are slightly open while the teeth are closed. The sides of the tongue the inner edges of the upper teeth and a narrow stream of air escapes through the tip of the tongue and between the upper and lower teeth. In the /sh/ sound, the tongue tip may point up towards the gum ridge and it may rest behind the lower teeth. The lips are pushed forward and are rounded but this rounding and protrusion may vary with different speakers. Let’s Remember This
  8. 8. 41 Can you name these pictures? slide bike hive They are slide, bike and hive. With the words slide, bike, and hive, what is the common sound you hear? • It is the long/ i / sound. Read the selection below. There are words that have the same sound as “ i ” in slide, bike, and hive. Find out these words and write them on a piece of paper. MICE by: Rose Fyleman I think mice are rather nice Their tails are long. Their faces small, They haven’t any chins at all. Their ears are pink, Their teeth are white, They run about the house at night. They nibble things they shouldn’t touch And no one seems to like them much. But I think mice are nice. Let’s Test Ourselves
  9. 9. 42 Were you able to enumerate them correctly? Check your answers against the Answer Key. What is your score? _________ Congratulations! Read the verse aloud emphasizing the /s/ sound. Rats chased by cats In the mats, in the pots, On the blankets, over the closets, Eating oats and corn grits. Rabbits munching carrots, Rimming towards the pits, Hiding from hits, Hiding from hits and Rits. Let’s Enrich Ourselves
  10. 10. 43 Let’s Do More Answers can be in any order: Initial Shelly shiny sharing showbiz Sharon shower shopping shallots sharp shun shampoo shabby share sheer show chefs Cher Medial sachets sashimi freshest mushrooms cashew specialty assure Final mash wish finish sushi clash cherish accomplish Let’s Test Ourselves Answers can be in any order. 1. mice 2. nice 3. white 4. night 5. like Answer Key

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