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1st qtr 17 identify oneself with a character in the story

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1st qtr 17 identify oneself with a character in the story

  1. 1. Identify Oneself with a Character in the Story/ Selection Read English V
  2. 2. 1. I like farming because it is very challenging. 2. I started gardening when I was seven. 3. I used pots made of small cans because I was quite young to work on a big garden plot. 4. I used animal manure as fertilizer so my plants grew healthy. 5. I did not go to school because it’s Checking of Assignment
  3. 3. Checking of Assignment 6. It rained hard so I had to stop gardening. 7. I plant pechay because it is easy to grow. 8. Sometimes I take care of eggplants and tomatoes after my pechay plants are harvested. 9. I bring the pechay harvest to the market so that I can sell it to earn some money. 10. I save some of my earnings in the bank so that I can buy my favorite books.
  4. 4. Review Identify the feelings and reactions implied by the statements. Write them in the blanks. Choose your answers from the words in the box. industrious ambitious respectful observant generous brave helpful wise thrifty kind
  5. 5. industrious ambitious respectful observant generous brave helpful wise thrifty kind 1. According to Don Ricardo, it is not difficult to become rich. He often said, “Do not waste your time and do not waste Review
  6. 6. industrious ambitious respectful observant generous brave helpful wise thrifty kind 2. He observed the poor with their bare feet, their shabby clothes, the way they drew back and made way for the rich. Review
  7. 7. industrious ambitious respectful observant generous brave helpful wise thrifty kind 3. He had a dream. He wanted to be rich. 4. He was very careful with his money. He never spent money on useless things. Review
  8. 8. industrious ambitious respectful observant generous brave helpful wise thrifty kind 5. He helped the poor. He sponsored the education of many students. He sent hundreds of sick people to the hospital. Review
  9. 9. industrious ambitious respectful observant generous brave helpful wise thrifty kind 6. The Pasig River had always attracted him. Often he would stand on the wharf watching the ships loading and unloading Review
  10. 10. industrious ambitious respectful observant generous brave helpful wise thrifty kind 7. Ricardo was a well behaved boy and his aunt became very fond of him. 8. He always helped in doing the household Review
  11. 11. Motivation Who makes the home happy?
  12. 12. Presentation Listen to the song “Father and Son.” Note important details so that you will be able to answer the questions. You are free to read the lyrics. You can chant too.
  13. 13. Analysis and Discussion 1. What was the relationship between the speakers? a. mother and daughter b. father and son 2. Who said, “Relax, take it easy?” a. father b. mother c. son
  14. 14. 3. What did the youngster say? From the moment I could talk I was ordered to __________. 4. What kind of a youngster was spoken to? a. careful b. restless c. dreamer 5. Did the youngster listen to his father’s advice? a. yes b. no c. maybe
  15. 15. • Can you identify yourself with any of the characters presented in the song? With whom do you identify yourself? State your reasons. • If you were the youngster, would you obey your father’s advice? Why? • Explain your answers in your own words
  16. 16. Remember When do we identify ourselves with the character in the story?
  17. 17. Remember When do we identify ourselves with the character in the story? When we read a story and feel that we are part of it, and we feel what the character feels, we identify ourselves with the character.
  18. 18. Oral Practicd Binya moved forward a few spaces so that she could see the umbrella better. It was better. It was the thing she wanted most in life. As she came out of the shadows into the sunlight, the picnickers saw her. Read the selection and answer the questions that follow
  19. 19. “Hello, look who’s here!” exclaimed the elderly. “A little village girl.” “Isn’t she pretty?” remarked the other. “But how torn and dirty the clothes are.” “The very poor from the hills,” said one of the men. “Then let’s give her something to eat,” and the older woman beckoned Binya to come closer.
  20. 20. 1. How did Binya feel about the umbrella? a. attracted b. Repulsed c. disgusted 2. What did the older woman feel about Binya? a. sympathy b. Anger c. hatred
  21. 21. 3. How did Binya appear to the picnickers? a. someone to be pitied b. someone to embrace c. someone to play with 4. Which of the picnickers seemed the kindest? a. the older woman b. the younger woman c. a man
  22. 22. 5. If you were Binya, which of these expressions would be insulting? a. “Isn’t she pretty?” b. “What lovely eyes she has.” c. “The very poor from the hills.”
  23. 23. Written Practice 1. Nena looked with dismay at the broken shells in the street. Only a moment before there had been a necklace around her neck. Then the string broke as she was crossing the street and a passing car crushed the shells. Pick out the letter of the best answer to the questions after reading the paragraph.
  24. 24. a. What feelings did Nena have over the loss of the beads? 1. envy 2. distress 3. relief b. She knew that 1. Never again could never again she have another necklace that pretty, for her family was poor. 2. She could buy a hundred necklaces with her father’s salary. 3. She hated necklaces and had never wanted to wear this one. c. If you were Nena, what would you do?
  25. 25. 2. Everyone was making plans for the day except Sarah who was in bed recovering from flu. Her two younger brothers were talking of going on a picnic with their friends. Her older sisters were discussing a party to which they had been invited. Suddenly, Sarah heard a knock on her door and saw a smiling face. It was Carmen, her best friend. She had come to stay with Sarah for
  26. 26. a. If you were Sarah, how would you feel when Carmen came? b. If you were Sarah’s brother or sister, would you still go out with your friends and leave Sarah alone at home? Why?
  27. 27. Written Practice Mafatu remembered it all again. He was a child of three when the great hurricane swept Hireku. That morning, his mother had taken him gaily out to the barrier reef to search for sea urchins in reef pools. Toward late afternoon he saw the Read the paragraph and complete the sentences that follow.
  28. 28. fishermen beginning to turn back. They shouted warnings to his mother. When at last she turned back toward the shore, a swift current suddenly seized the frail boat and carried it into the outer ocean. She uttered a despairing cry as the canoe capsized but she managed to hold on to the boat.
  29. 29. 1. Mafatu felt __________ as he looked at the sea urchins in the reef pools. 2. The fisherman began to turn back because they felt __________ 3. Mafatu’s mother felt __________when the boat turned over. 4. Everytime Mafatu recalled that day, he felt __________ he survived. 5. If I were Mafatu’s mother, I would feel __________ when the current capsized the canoe.
  30. 30. Assignment Read the story “The Proud King” on page 194-199 of your Reading Textbook and do Activity B on page 203.

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