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NAVOTAS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL M.Naval St., Sipac, Navotas City I. Objectives: a. Identify and illustrate the

NAVOTAS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL M.Naval St., Sipac, Navotas City

I.

Objectives:

 

a.

Identify and illustrate the basic elements and distinctive features of anecdotes and autobiographies

b.

Demonstrate ability to use previous readings and experience to better understand a text

c.

Note specific details and point out the foreshadowing of events

d.

Single out calmness, self-confidence, and resourcefulness as examples of values worth developing

e.

Make inferences, predictions, and conclusions

 

f.

Analyze and evaluate actions of characters

 

g.

Deduce meaning of words through context

II.

Subject Matter:

 

a.

Basic elements, distinctive features, and underlying objectives of anecdotes and autobiographies

b.

Rizal and the Ten-pound Sterling

 

c.

My Home, Jose Rizal (from the Young Rizal, translated by Leon Ma. Guerrero)

d.

Materials: M-CART, Visual Aids and worksheets

 

e.

References: Philippine Literature and Communication Arts

III.

Procedure:

 

a.

Think about a time in your life when you used your resourcefulness

 

in order to solve a problem.

 
 

b.

Viewing: Watch the YouTube video of Jose Rizal, Antonio

 

Luna and Juan Luna. Look at the pictures below. What can you say about these men?

I. Objectives: a. Identify and illustrate the basic elements and distinctive features of anecdotes and autobiographies
I. Objectives: a. Identify and illustrate the basic elements and distinctive features of anecdotes and autobiographies
 
I. Objectives: a. Identify and illustrate the basic elements and distinctive features of anecdotes and autobiographies
 

MY HERO

KNOW

WANT TO

 

LEARNED

 

KNOW

JOSE RIZAL

     

ANTONIO

     

LUNA

JUAN LUNA

     

Most Filipino students are familiar with the life and career of our foremost hero, Jose Rizal. His biography attests to his outstanding traits, skills, and talents. Here is an anecdote that highlights his amazing talent as an artist.

c.

LITERATURE IN FOCUS: An anecdote is a brief story of an interesting, amusing or biographical incident. It usually features a person’s distinctive traits or characteristics.

d.

Unlocking of difficulties

 

e.

Read the title and first three paragraphs of the selection before reading the entire anecdote. Then answer the following questions:

  • 1. When and where did the story take place?

  • 2. Why was Rizal there? Who were with him?

  • 3. What is a pound sterling?

  • f. Reading of the entire selection to get the gist of the story. Pay closer attention to details and answer in-between questions in your notebook.

RIZAL AND THE TEN-POUND STERLING NOTE”

g.

Guessing ability. What I predicted activity. The chart below, write what you thought would happen, then write what actually happened, and whether your

prediction was true from a lists

of suspenseful activity.

i.

Story clue

What I thought

What actually

Was my

would happen

happened

prediction

next

correct?

1.

A look

     

around

the table

revealed

apprehen

sive

faces

that

obviously

were

hiding

empty

pockets.

It

seemed

that

everyone

was

broke.

2.

As the

dismayin

g

predicam

ent

seemed

beyond

solution,

Rizal’s

nimble

brain

conceive

d a

solution.

3.

“My good fellow,” Rizal told the smiling waiter, pointing to the platter. “There’s the payment for all we

 

have

     

taken.

You may

keep the

change.”

4.

“But Monsieur Le Manager! ” said Pierre, desperat ely tearing at his hair, “Look well. It is not money. It is nothing but drawing.”

j. Activity 3. Group Activity: A character Web: Complete the character web by writing the traits and characteristics of Rizal as revealed in the story. Compare your character webs. Support your answers by citing evidence in the story.

RIZAL
RIZAL

k. Deepen: Answer the questions and write your answers in the blank.

1. Think of a different way Rizal and his friends might have solved the problem. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________

2. How would this solution to the problem have changed the ending of the story? ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________

3. Are impressed with what Rizal did in the restaurant? Why or why not?

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Evaluate

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  • 6. Have you been in a situation similar to what Rizal and his friends

experienced in the restaurant? If your answer is yes, explain about it and you felt at that trying moment. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________

  • 7. What elements and features of an anecdote did you find in the selection?

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l. Transfer: Budding Scriptwriters Form groups of ten and write a script based on the anecdote. Give speaking parts of a narrator, Rizal, and his friends, the waiter, and the manager.

Example: Narrator:

The year is 1889. The beautiful city of Paris in France

is buzzing with activity. People from all parts of the world come to see the

International Exposition which Paris is hosting. Among the foreigners are Jose Rizal, Antonio Luna, Juan Luna, Baldomero Roxas, Lauro Dimayuga, Gregorio Aguillera, and Valentin Ventura. One night they go sight-seeing at the exposition. Towards midnight, the young men feel tired and hungry.

Antonio Luna: We must take a midnight snack!

Jose Rizal:

An excellent idea!

Other Men:

Agreed! Agreed!

Assess your script by using the guidelines below:

A good script based on a story

Stays focused on the story

Divides speaking parts among the important characters.

Follows the sequence of the story

Uses conversational language

Includes a narrator who connects events in the story.

M. The Big Day: Have a group presentation of a skit using the script that you have made. Choose a skit director who will assign the roles to the members of your group. The groups then take turns in presenting their skits to the rest of the class. While one group performs, the others watch and listen.

Use the criteria below to evaluate your skit presentation. A GOOD SKIT

Has performers suited to their roles.

Is well-planned and well-organized

Stays focused on the story from beginning to end.

Appeals to the audience

Uses props effectively

/jscatandijan

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