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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
English
Quarter 2 – Module 1
What Do You Mean?
(Use of Definition and Exemplification Clues)
4
English– Grade 4
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Quarter 2 – Module 1: What Do You Mean?
Use of Definition and Exemplification Clues
First Edition, 2020
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Department of Education – Region V
Office Address: Regional Center Site, Rawis, Legazpi City 4500
Contact Number: 0917 178 1288
E-mail Address: region5@deped.gov.ph
Development Team of the Module
Writers: Ruel B. Diaz Syrelle France S. Paterter
Ma. Francia N. Bulacan Lea E. Basquiñas
Editors: Joan L. Lagata Mai Anne D. Rondola
Illustrator: Jerome Bonzo
Layout Artist: Jerome Bonzo Mayo P. Villamor
Management Team: Regional Director: Gilbert T. Sadsad
CLMD Chief: Francisco Bulalacao
Regional EPS In Charge of LRMS: Grace U. Rabelas
Regional ADM Coordinator: Leilani Lorico
CID Chief: Sancita B. Peñarubia
Division EPS In Charge of LRMS: Edison Mallapre
Division ADM Coordinator: Maritess Orellana
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English
Quarter 2 – Module 1
What Do You Mean?
(Use of Definition and Exemplification Clues)
Introductory Message
This Self-Learning Module (SLM) is prepared so that you, our dear
learners, can continue your studies and learn while at home.
Activities, questions, directions, exercises, and discussions are
carefully stated for you to understand each lesson.
Each SLM is composed of different parts. Each part shall guide
you step-by-step as you discover and understand the lesson
prepared for you.
Pre-tests are provided to measure your prior knowledge on lessons
in each SLM. This will tell you if you need to proceed on completing
this module or if you need to ask your facilitator or your teacher’s
assistance for better understanding of the lesson. At the end of
each module, you need to answer the post-test to self-check your
learning. Answer keys are provided for each activity and test. We
trust that you will be honest in using these.
In addition to the material in the main text, Notes to the Teacher
are also provided to our facilitators and parents for strategies and
reminders on how they can best help you on your home-based
learning.
Please use this module with care. Do not put unnecessary marks
on any part of this SLM. Use a separate sheet of paper in answering
the exercises and tests. And read the instructions carefully before
performing each task.
If you have any questions in using this SLM or any difficulty in
answering the tasks in this module, do not hesitate to consult your
teacher or facilitator.
Thank you.
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What I Need to Know
1. Mangoes, green and yellow fruits that grow on trees, are my
teacher’s favorite.
2. My family sells root crops like sweet potato and cassava.
3. We used to make cupcakes, small cakes baked in a muffin tin.
4. There are berries, grapes and cranberries, planted in Auntie
Lilia’s urban garden.
5. The mural on the left is beautiful but somber. It lacks some color
unlike the other murals.
What I Know
At the end of your quest,
you’ll be able to
use definition and
exemplification clues to
find meaning of unfamiliar
words.
Hello, fellow learner.
We are Ella and Eloy.
We will be your companions in
this exciting adventure.
Choose the word or group of words in each sentence that gives a
clue to the meaning of the underlined word. Write the answer on
your answer sheet.
Before we proceed to your new
adventure, let us test how well
you know the topic.
Check your answers on page 15.
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
Lesson
1
Using Definition
and Exemplification Clues
What do you mean? This is what we usually ask people if we can’t
understand the words or things they say. We usually let them repeat or
even rephrase the sentence for us to understand the whole thought.
This module will help you learn and understand unfamiliar words
based on the given clues in the sentences.
Are you ready to learn something new today? Let’s go!
What’s In
1. Feather is to light as _______ is to heavy.
A. paper B. cotton C. rock
2. Mask is to ______ as gloves are to hands.
A. face B. toes C. hair
3. Zebra is to stripes as ______ is to spots.
A. lion B. giraffe C. monkey
For your next quest,
check out the scrolls
and let us have a
quick review of the
past lesson. Are you
ready?
Hey there, fellow
learner. Did you get all
the correct answers in
the Pretest? If not, don’t
worry. We still have
plenty of quests to
conquer.
A. Choose the letter of the word that completes
each sentence. Write the answers on your answer sheet.
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1.
A. They taste spicy.
B. They taste sweet.
C. They taste bitter.
2.
A. They make us clean.
B. They make us itchy.
C. They make us sad.
REMEMBER:
Activity A tests your understanding of Analogy.
It is important to note the relationship between the given
pair before you can fill out the other pair of words.
An analogy is a comparison of two things that may have
similar or opposite characteristics or features.
Activity B tests your understanding of Word Classification.
You looked for SIMILARITIES, right? You analyzed the
connections among the given words and you were able to think
of something common about them. What you just did is called
word classification.
Word classification is a skill of grouping related words
together. Words can be classified or grouped, according to ways
in which they are similar.
B. Find the best way to classify the words in each box. Write
the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet.
candy, cake, cookies, gelatin
rubbing alcohol, hand sanitizer, soap
To check if you mastered the previous
lesson, go to the Answer Key on page 15.
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
What’s New
Muning, Our Loving Feline
by: Syrelle France S. Paterter
Muning is one of our domesticated, accustomed to home life, pets.
Unlike the other felines in the house, it was a rescued cat. I found it a year
ago, near the riverbank, clinging to one of the tree’s roots. Since then,
Muning has been our happy pill. It loves to be caressed, stroked gently,
until it falls asleep on our laps. Even with the new quadruped, having four
feet, pets in the house, Muning will still remain as our loving feline.
1. What is being described in the story?
a. a cat
b. a dog
c. a cow
2. Where did the narrator find Muning?
a. by the lake
b. by the beach
c. by the riverbank
3. Copy the underlined words in the story. Then, find the meaning of
each word in the sentence.
_____________________________________________________
Read the story below
and answer the
questions that follow.
Let us have
some more
activities.
Did you get all
the correct answers?
To check, go to
the Answer Key
on page 15.
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
What is It
Sometimes, when you encounter an unfamiliar or new word in a text,
you usually look for a dictionary. Sometimes, you ask an elder, teacher or
parent to give the meaning of the word.
Do you know that it is possible to unlock meaning of a difficult word
in a sentence using the words near it?
Let us read the following sentences.
A.
1. My family sells root crops like sweet potato and cassava.
2. There are berries, grapes and cranberries, planted in Auntie
Lilia’s urban garden.
How did the author make you understand what root crops and
berries are?
The author gave E __ A M __ L __ S!
Potato and cassava are examples of root crops while grapes and
cranberries are examples of berries. The author made use of
Exemplification Clues.
1. We used to make cupcakes, small cakes baked in a muffin tin.
2. The mural on the left is beautiful but somber. It lacks some color
unlike the other murals.
Hi there, fellow
learner. Have you
found the meaning
of each underlined
word?
What helped you do it?
Context clues are hints that the author gives to help the reader
define a difficult or unfamiliar word.
Let us learn and explore
how to find meaning of
unfamiliar words in
sentences.
Exemplification Clues are words in the form of examples provided to
help you understand the meaning of an unfamiliar word.
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
How did the author make you understand what cupcakes and
somber mean?
The author used D E F I __ I T __O N!
Cupcakes are defined as small cakes baked in a muffin tin while
somber means lacks some color.
Definition Clues are words or phrases that directly define
the unfamiliar word in the sentence.
1. Read the sentence carefully.
2. Encircle the unfamiliar word in the sentence.
3. Analyze the sentence with unfamiliar word and give its main
idea. Look for the key phrases and ideas within the sentence that
may be related to the unfamiliar word. Sometimes, key phrases
can also be found in the next sentences.
5. Create your own meaning of the unfamiliar word based on the
exemplification or definition clues given.
Wow!
Exemplification and
definition clues are
helpful in unlocking
meaning of unfamiliar
words.
You are correct!
Here is the step-by-
step guide on how to
use context clues.
4. Decide if the key phrases give examples or definition to the
unfamiliar word.
B.
1. We used to make cupcakes, small cakes baked in a muffin
tin.
2. The mural on the left is beautiful but somber. It lacks
some color unlike the other murals.
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
What’s More
1. My little brother fell from the ladder while playing. This made our
parents distressed, worried.
2. Back then, our forefathers used to trade root crops with linen, the
white goods or clothing brought by merchants from other islands.
3. My grandfather is a hundred years old. He is already a centenarian.
NOTE: The words or phrases, worried, white goods or clothing and
a hundred years old define the underlined words. These made use of
Definition Clues.
Open the scroll and unlock
your new quest.
Let us have some
more quests for you to
enhance your skills.
You can check your
answers on page 15.
Copy the sentences below in your notebook. Underline
the word or group of words that shows the meaning of
the italicized word in each sentence.
You may review
the steps again to
further enhance
your skills.
How did you find
this activity?
Have you underlined all
groups of words that
show the meaning of
italicized words in the
sentences?
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
What I Have Learned
Fill in each blank with the correct phrase in the box.
__________ are hints that the author gives to help define a difficult
or unfamiliar word. __________are words or phrases that directly define
the unfamiliar word in the sentence. Some words can be defined using
the examples provided. These are called ___________.
What I Can Do
1. I felt so lonesome, sad and alone, after my friend left.
2. There are mango trees, carabao and Indian, planted near our
house.
3. I have completely forgotten, not remembered, my bag in the room.
You are almost
done! Do the next
activity.
Hello, fellow learner.
You may proceed to your
next destination or have
a short break first.
Check your answers using the
Answer Key on page 15.
Context clues Exemplification Clues Definition Clues
To pass this quest, you
must find the words or
groups of words in the
sentence which tell the
meaning of the
underlined words.
Wow! You have
reached this
stage.
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
Assessment
1. I use a bookmark to remember where I stopped reading.
2. My grandfather used to have a biro for writing.
3. We looked for bibliographies in the library.
4. There are plenty of trees in the forest.
5. My aunt is a theater actress.
Hi, fellow learner.
You are about to finish
your journey.
Use the list below to identify the meaning of the underlined
words. Write your answers on your answer sheet.
list of books a cinema mango, narra, acacia
Let us test how
much you have
learned in the past
quests. Are you
ready?
a pen that has a small metal
ball
a piece of paper or ribbon placed
between both pages
To check if you got the correct
answers, go to page 15.
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
Additional Activities
Way to go, fellow learner! You
are now in the last part of the
journey. For you to receive your
new destination scroll, you have to
work on this last quest.
Use the given context clues to complete the puzzle
with the correct words. Write the answers on your
answer sheet.
See you in the next
adventure.
Congratulations!
You are now ready to
unlock your new
destination.
Across:
2. A distinctive characteristic
or attribute of a person or thing
Down:
1. The process of producing
images
3. Clawed foot of an animal
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
Answer Key
What
I
Know
1.
green
and
yellow
fruits
2.
sweet
potato
and
cassava
3.
small
cakes
baked
in
a
muffin
tin
4.
grapes
and
cranberries
5.
lacks
some
color
What’s
In
A
1.
C
2.
A
3.
B
B
1.
B
2.
A
What’s
New
1.
a
2.
c
3.
domesticated-
accustomed
to
home
life
felines-
cats
caressed-
stroked
gently
quadruped-
having
four
feet
What’s
More
A.
1.
worried
2.
white
goods
or
clothing
3.
a
hundred
years
old
What
I
Have
Learned
1.
context
clues
2.
definition
clues
3.
exemplification
clues
What
I
Can
Do
1.
sad
and
alone
2.
carabao
and
indian
3.
not
remember
Assessment
A.
1.
a
piece
of
paper
or
ribbon
placed
between
both
pages
2.
a
pen
that
has
a
small
metal
ball
3.
list
of
books
4.
mango,
narra
and
acacia
5.
a
cinema
Additional
Activities
1.
Photography
2.
Trademark
3.
paw
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CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1
References
Hey there, fellow Learner.
For you to learn more about
the use of definition and
exemplification clues, you
may check the following sites
for Open Educational
Resources.
• https://www.oercommons.org/
• https://www.curriki.org/
• https://www.ck12.org/student/
• https://www.khanacademy.org/
• https://www.merlot.org/merlot/advSearchMater
ials.htm
• https://www.oercommons.org/advanced-
search
• https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikijunior
• https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/
• http://www.bibliomania.com/
• http://www.gutenberg.org/
• https://reader.letsreadasia.org/
For inquiries or feedback, please write or call:
Department of Education - Bureau of Learning Resources (DepEd-BLR)
Ground Floor, Bonifacio Bldg., DepEd Complex
Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, Philippines 1600
Telefax: (632) 8634-1072; 8634-1054; 8631-4985
Email Address: blr.lrqad@deped.gov.ph * blr.lrpd@deped.gov.ph

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English4_Q2_Mod1_What Do You Mean__v3.pdf

  • 1. CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 English Quarter 2 – Module 1 What Do You Mean? (Use of Definition and Exemplification Clues) 4
  • 2. English– Grade 4 Alternative Delivery Mode Quarter 2 – Module 1: What Do You Mean? Use of Definition and Exemplification Clues First Edition, 2020 Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this module are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education Secretary: Leonor Magtolis Briones Undersecretary: Diosdado M. San Antonio Printed in the Philippines by ________________________ Department of Education – Region V Office Address: Regional Center Site, Rawis, Legazpi City 4500 Contact Number: 0917 178 1288 E-mail Address: region5@deped.gov.ph Development Team of the Module Writers: Ruel B. Diaz Syrelle France S. Paterter Ma. Francia N. Bulacan Lea E. Basquiñas Editors: Joan L. Lagata Mai Anne D. Rondola Illustrator: Jerome Bonzo Layout Artist: Jerome Bonzo Mayo P. Villamor Management Team: Regional Director: Gilbert T. Sadsad CLMD Chief: Francisco Bulalacao Regional EPS In Charge of LRMS: Grace U. Rabelas Regional ADM Coordinator: Leilani Lorico CID Chief: Sancita B. Peñarubia Division EPS In Charge of LRMS: Edison Mallapre Division ADM Coordinator: Maritess Orellana
  • 3. 4 English Quarter 2 – Module 1 What Do You Mean? (Use of Definition and Exemplification Clues)
  • 4. Introductory Message This Self-Learning Module (SLM) is prepared so that you, our dear learners, can continue your studies and learn while at home. Activities, questions, directions, exercises, and discussions are carefully stated for you to understand each lesson. Each SLM is composed of different parts. Each part shall guide you step-by-step as you discover and understand the lesson prepared for you. Pre-tests are provided to measure your prior knowledge on lessons in each SLM. This will tell you if you need to proceed on completing this module or if you need to ask your facilitator or your teacher’s assistance for better understanding of the lesson. At the end of each module, you need to answer the post-test to self-check your learning. Answer keys are provided for each activity and test. We trust that you will be honest in using these. In addition to the material in the main text, Notes to the Teacher are also provided to our facilitators and parents for strategies and reminders on how they can best help you on your home-based learning. Please use this module with care. Do not put unnecessary marks on any part of this SLM. Use a separate sheet of paper in answering the exercises and tests. And read the instructions carefully before performing each task. If you have any questions in using this SLM or any difficulty in answering the tasks in this module, do not hesitate to consult your teacher or facilitator. Thank you.
  • 5. 1 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 What I Need to Know 1. Mangoes, green and yellow fruits that grow on trees, are my teacher’s favorite. 2. My family sells root crops like sweet potato and cassava. 3. We used to make cupcakes, small cakes baked in a muffin tin. 4. There are berries, grapes and cranberries, planted in Auntie Lilia’s urban garden. 5. The mural on the left is beautiful but somber. It lacks some color unlike the other murals. What I Know At the end of your quest, you’ll be able to use definition and exemplification clues to find meaning of unfamiliar words. Hello, fellow learner. We are Ella and Eloy. We will be your companions in this exciting adventure. Choose the word or group of words in each sentence that gives a clue to the meaning of the underlined word. Write the answer on your answer sheet. Before we proceed to your new adventure, let us test how well you know the topic. Check your answers on page 15.
  • 6. 2 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 Lesson 1 Using Definition and Exemplification Clues What do you mean? This is what we usually ask people if we can’t understand the words or things they say. We usually let them repeat or even rephrase the sentence for us to understand the whole thought. This module will help you learn and understand unfamiliar words based on the given clues in the sentences. Are you ready to learn something new today? Let’s go! What’s In 1. Feather is to light as _______ is to heavy. A. paper B. cotton C. rock 2. Mask is to ______ as gloves are to hands. A. face B. toes C. hair 3. Zebra is to stripes as ______ is to spots. A. lion B. giraffe C. monkey For your next quest, check out the scrolls and let us have a quick review of the past lesson. Are you ready? Hey there, fellow learner. Did you get all the correct answers in the Pretest? If not, don’t worry. We still have plenty of quests to conquer. A. Choose the letter of the word that completes each sentence. Write the answers on your answer sheet.
  • 7. 3 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 1. A. They taste spicy. B. They taste sweet. C. They taste bitter. 2. A. They make us clean. B. They make us itchy. C. They make us sad. REMEMBER: Activity A tests your understanding of Analogy. It is important to note the relationship between the given pair before you can fill out the other pair of words. An analogy is a comparison of two things that may have similar or opposite characteristics or features. Activity B tests your understanding of Word Classification. You looked for SIMILARITIES, right? You analyzed the connections among the given words and you were able to think of something common about them. What you just did is called word classification. Word classification is a skill of grouping related words together. Words can be classified or grouped, according to ways in which they are similar. B. Find the best way to classify the words in each box. Write the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet. candy, cake, cookies, gelatin rubbing alcohol, hand sanitizer, soap To check if you mastered the previous lesson, go to the Answer Key on page 15.
  • 8. 4 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 What’s New Muning, Our Loving Feline by: Syrelle France S. Paterter Muning is one of our domesticated, accustomed to home life, pets. Unlike the other felines in the house, it was a rescued cat. I found it a year ago, near the riverbank, clinging to one of the tree’s roots. Since then, Muning has been our happy pill. It loves to be caressed, stroked gently, until it falls asleep on our laps. Even with the new quadruped, having four feet, pets in the house, Muning will still remain as our loving feline. 1. What is being described in the story? a. a cat b. a dog c. a cow 2. Where did the narrator find Muning? a. by the lake b. by the beach c. by the riverbank 3. Copy the underlined words in the story. Then, find the meaning of each word in the sentence. _____________________________________________________ Read the story below and answer the questions that follow. Let us have some more activities. Did you get all the correct answers? To check, go to the Answer Key on page 15.
  • 9. 5 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 What is It Sometimes, when you encounter an unfamiliar or new word in a text, you usually look for a dictionary. Sometimes, you ask an elder, teacher or parent to give the meaning of the word. Do you know that it is possible to unlock meaning of a difficult word in a sentence using the words near it? Let us read the following sentences. A. 1. My family sells root crops like sweet potato and cassava. 2. There are berries, grapes and cranberries, planted in Auntie Lilia’s urban garden. How did the author make you understand what root crops and berries are? The author gave E __ A M __ L __ S! Potato and cassava are examples of root crops while grapes and cranberries are examples of berries. The author made use of Exemplification Clues. 1. We used to make cupcakes, small cakes baked in a muffin tin. 2. The mural on the left is beautiful but somber. It lacks some color unlike the other murals. Hi there, fellow learner. Have you found the meaning of each underlined word? What helped you do it? Context clues are hints that the author gives to help the reader define a difficult or unfamiliar word. Let us learn and explore how to find meaning of unfamiliar words in sentences. Exemplification Clues are words in the form of examples provided to help you understand the meaning of an unfamiliar word.
  • 10. 6 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 How did the author make you understand what cupcakes and somber mean? The author used D E F I __ I T __O N! Cupcakes are defined as small cakes baked in a muffin tin while somber means lacks some color. Definition Clues are words or phrases that directly define the unfamiliar word in the sentence. 1. Read the sentence carefully. 2. Encircle the unfamiliar word in the sentence. 3. Analyze the sentence with unfamiliar word and give its main idea. Look for the key phrases and ideas within the sentence that may be related to the unfamiliar word. Sometimes, key phrases can also be found in the next sentences. 5. Create your own meaning of the unfamiliar word based on the exemplification or definition clues given. Wow! Exemplification and definition clues are helpful in unlocking meaning of unfamiliar words. You are correct! Here is the step-by- step guide on how to use context clues. 4. Decide if the key phrases give examples or definition to the unfamiliar word. B. 1. We used to make cupcakes, small cakes baked in a muffin tin. 2. The mural on the left is beautiful but somber. It lacks some color unlike the other murals.
  • 11. 7 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 What’s More 1. My little brother fell from the ladder while playing. This made our parents distressed, worried. 2. Back then, our forefathers used to trade root crops with linen, the white goods or clothing brought by merchants from other islands. 3. My grandfather is a hundred years old. He is already a centenarian. NOTE: The words or phrases, worried, white goods or clothing and a hundred years old define the underlined words. These made use of Definition Clues. Open the scroll and unlock your new quest. Let us have some more quests for you to enhance your skills. You can check your answers on page 15. Copy the sentences below in your notebook. Underline the word or group of words that shows the meaning of the italicized word in each sentence. You may review the steps again to further enhance your skills. How did you find this activity? Have you underlined all groups of words that show the meaning of italicized words in the sentences?
  • 12. 8 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 What I Have Learned Fill in each blank with the correct phrase in the box. __________ are hints that the author gives to help define a difficult or unfamiliar word. __________are words or phrases that directly define the unfamiliar word in the sentence. Some words can be defined using the examples provided. These are called ___________. What I Can Do 1. I felt so lonesome, sad and alone, after my friend left. 2. There are mango trees, carabao and Indian, planted near our house. 3. I have completely forgotten, not remembered, my bag in the room. You are almost done! Do the next activity. Hello, fellow learner. You may proceed to your next destination or have a short break first. Check your answers using the Answer Key on page 15. Context clues Exemplification Clues Definition Clues To pass this quest, you must find the words or groups of words in the sentence which tell the meaning of the underlined words. Wow! You have reached this stage.
  • 13. 9 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 Assessment 1. I use a bookmark to remember where I stopped reading. 2. My grandfather used to have a biro for writing. 3. We looked for bibliographies in the library. 4. There are plenty of trees in the forest. 5. My aunt is a theater actress. Hi, fellow learner. You are about to finish your journey. Use the list below to identify the meaning of the underlined words. Write your answers on your answer sheet. list of books a cinema mango, narra, acacia Let us test how much you have learned in the past quests. Are you ready? a pen that has a small metal ball a piece of paper or ribbon placed between both pages To check if you got the correct answers, go to page 15.
  • 14. 10 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 Additional Activities Way to go, fellow learner! You are now in the last part of the journey. For you to receive your new destination scroll, you have to work on this last quest. Use the given context clues to complete the puzzle with the correct words. Write the answers on your answer sheet. See you in the next adventure. Congratulations! You are now ready to unlock your new destination. Across: 2. A distinctive characteristic or attribute of a person or thing Down: 1. The process of producing images 3. Clawed foot of an animal
  • 15. 11 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 Answer Key What I Know 1. green and yellow fruits 2. sweet potato and cassava 3. small cakes baked in a muffin tin 4. grapes and cranberries 5. lacks some color What’s In A 1. C 2. A 3. B B 1. B 2. A What’s New 1. a 2. c 3. domesticated- accustomed to home life felines- cats caressed- stroked gently quadruped- having four feet What’s More A. 1. worried 2. white goods or clothing 3. a hundred years old What I Have Learned 1. context clues 2. definition clues 3. exemplification clues What I Can Do 1. sad and alone 2. carabao and indian 3. not remember Assessment A. 1. a piece of paper or ribbon placed between both pages 2. a pen that has a small metal ball 3. list of books 4. mango, narra and acacia 5. a cinema Additional Activities 1. Photography 2. Trademark 3. paw
  • 16. 12 CO_Q2_English 4_ Module 1 References Hey there, fellow Learner. For you to learn more about the use of definition and exemplification clues, you may check the following sites for Open Educational Resources. • https://www.oercommons.org/ • https://www.curriki.org/ • https://www.ck12.org/student/ • https://www.khanacademy.org/ • https://www.merlot.org/merlot/advSearchMater ials.htm • https://www.oercommons.org/advanced- search • https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikijunior • https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/ • http://www.bibliomania.com/ • http://www.gutenberg.org/ • https://reader.letsreadasia.org/
  • 17. For inquiries or feedback, please write or call: Department of Education - Bureau of Learning Resources (DepEd-BLR) Ground Floor, Bonifacio Bldg., DepEd Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, Philippines 1600 Telefax: (632) 8634-1072; 8634-1054; 8631-4985 Email Address: blr.lrqad@deped.gov.ph * blr.lrpd@deped.gov.ph