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Grade 1 to 12 DAILY Name of Teacher: Josenia P.

Constantino Grade Level 7


LESSON LOG Teacher II Subject English
Date/Time Quarter 1 (Week 2)

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards The learner demonstrates understanding of: pre-colonial Philippine literature
as a means of connecting to the past; various reading styles; ways of
determining word meaning; the sounds of English and the prosodic features
of speech; and correct subject-verb agreement.
B. Performance Standards The learner transfers learning by: showing appreciation for the literature of
the past; comprehending texts using appropriate reading styles; participating
in conversations using appropriate context-dependent expressions; producing
English sounds correctly and using the prosodic features of speech effectively
in various situations; and observing correct subject-verb agreement.
C. Learning Competencies EN7G-I-d-11: Observe correct subject-verb agreement
Subskill: Use subject-verb agreement in varied contexts.
Agreement when using Here and There, verbs in interrogative sentences, and the
use of compound subjects
II. CONTENT Module 1: Lesson 2 Recalling My Ancestors’ Beliefs
Selection: Legend of Maria Makiling
Subject-Verb Agreement
III. LEARNING RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages 43-44
2. Learner’s Material pages 61-62
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resources (LR)
Portal
A. Other Learning Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous lesson or Choose the correct verb that agrees with the subject in each sentence.
presenting the new lesson 1. This restaurant (serve, serves) delicious green salad.
2. The hostess (ask, asks) everyone to eat more.
3. Our grandparents (meet, meets) us in the waiting room.
4. The students, with their teacher, (attend, attends) the summit
5. Faith in God (bring, brings) us success in life.

B. Establishing a purpose for Accomplish the K W L chart.


the lesson What do you Know What else Would What have you
about the S-V you like to know Learned
Agreement (Write what you (Write what you
(Write what you want to know) have learned about
know) S-V agreement)
Note: This will be
answered after
procedure F.

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C. Presenting Study the sentences lifted from the Legend of Maria Makiling.
examples/instances of the
new lesson 1. Dayang Makiling and Gat Panahon have an only daughter named
Maria Makiling.
2. There is a lady living in the mountain named Maria Makiling.
3. Maria and Gat Dula were forbidden to see each other.
4. Long ago, there were deities living in the mountain.
5. Does the story of Maria Makiling have a magical character?

Process Question:
1. Who are being talked about in each sentence?
2. Does each verb agree with subject? Why do you say so?
3. How about in sentence no. 5? Does the verb agree with the subject?
4. From the given examples, what additional rule can you get?

D. Discussion new concepts and Discuss the Subject and Verb Agreement Rules.
practicing new skills #1  In sentence beginning with here or there, the true subject follows
the verb.

Examples:
1. There are people living in the mountain.
2. Here is a copy of the story of Maria Makiling.

 In interrogative sentences, subjects don’t always come before verbs.

Examples:
1. Does a fairy live in the mountain?
2. Do fairies scare people away?

 As a general rule, use a plural verb with two or more subjects when
they are connected by and.

Examples:
1. The mountain and the trees are all useful to people.
2. Maria and the people live happily together.

Answer Task 18.3 Complete Me Now! on page 62 of LM.


1. There (be) _______ animals in the mountain.
2. (Do) ______ animals protect Maria Makiling?
3. The trees and the flowers (protect)_______ the animals in the mountain.
4. Here (be) _____ a dangerous beast taken from the mountain.
5.The people and the animals (be) _____ all scared of her.
6. There (be) ______ an overwhelming power hidden within her.
7. There (be) _______ people who are lost in the mountain for a long time.
8. (Do) ______ Maria Makiling punish people?
9. Maria and the animals (work)_______ hard to protect nature.
10. (Do) ______ you believe in the story about Maria Makiling?

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Answers:
1. are
2. do
3. protect
4. is
5. are
6. is
7. are
8. does
9. work
10. do
E. Discussing new concepts and Task 18. 4 Make Me Whole on page 62 of LM.
practicing new skills # 2
(Do) ______ you believe in the beliefs of our ancestors?
(Do)______ it affects you as a person? (Do) _______ you think it is
still significant? There (be) _____ people who strongly believe in
the beliefs of our ancestors. They reflect their way of life in the
modern world. Men and women (think)______ that these beliefs
should be taught to younger children. Definitely, they will learn a
lot from them.
Young boys and girls (need) _____ to learn from the humble
beginnings of our ancestors. It will give them a clear directions of
their goals in life. Is there a chance for them to become successful
in life someday if they follow our ancestors beliefs? Now that you
have understood that our ancestors’ beliefs are important, (do)
_______ you want to share them to others?

Answers:
1. Do
2. Does
3. Do
4. Are
5. Think
6. Need
7. Do
Process students’ answer.
Have them explain the specific rule for their answers.
F. Developing mastery (Leads Group Work: Differentiated Task
to Formative Assessment 3) Each group will be given a task/activity to do.
Rubrics will be presented before doing the task/activity.
Group 1: Write 5 interrogative sentences that present the features of myths
and legends. Observe correct subject-verb agreement. Underline all the
subjects once and verbs twice.
Group 2: Construct a 5 sentence paragraph that describes your favorite
character in one of the stories you read. Observe correct subject-verb. Box
all the subjects and encircle the verbs.

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Group 3: Talk about your favorite teleserye, present a short dialogue about
it. Observe correct subject verb agreement in your dialogue. (Note:
Dialogue must be written in manila paper).

Group 4: Talk about the photo. Formulate 5 sentences that describe the
photo. Observe correct subject-verb agreement in your sentences. Box the
subject and encircle the verb.
RUBRICS FOR DIFFERENTIATED ACTITIVIES
Indicators 5 3 1
1. Correctness (S-V If sentences If sentences If sentences
agreement) had no had 1 to 2 had more
grammar grammar than 2
errors. errors. grammar
errors

2. Mechanical neatness If sentences If sentences If sentences


(spelling, capitalization, were free had 1 to 2 had more
punctuation). from errors errors. than 2 errors.
3. Adherence to the If all If only 2 If only 1
rules indicators indicators indicator was
 The task is were were observed.
completed on observed observed.
time.
 The output is
neat and
presentable.
 There is
collaboration
within the
group.
Total
G. Finding practical applications Where can you apply the rules in subject-verb agreement?
of concepts and skills in daily  In day to day conversation
living  In writing sentences
 In developing a paragraph

H. Making generalizations and What additional rule did you learn in today’s lesson?
abstractions about the lesson Note: The students will go back to the KWL chart to give answer to the last
column.
How does the knowledge on S-V agreement help you improve your
communication skill? (eg. your speaking and writing skill)
I. Evaluating Learning A. Directions: Observe correct-subject verb agreement.
Complete each sentence by writing the correct form of the verb that agrees with the
subject.

1. There (be) ___________ different legends and myths.


2. There (be) ___________ kindness in everyone’s heart.
3. Here (come) _________ the bride and the groom.
4. Here (be) ____________ a new set of uniform for you.
5. Here (be) ____________ the things that you need.

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B. Underline the correct verb that agrees with the subject.

6. (Do, Does) teacher like her idea?


7. (Do, Does) you have a new book?
8. A magazine and a book (was-were) lying on the floor.
9. The principal and her husband (is-are) honored guests.
10. A boy and a girl (are-is) here to see you.

J. Additional activities for A. Choose the correct verb that agrees with the subject in each sentence.
application or remediation
1. The man and his wife (attend, attends) a party.
2. Margo and her parents (visit-visits) each other often.
3. Linda (do, does) her work alone.
4. Joey and Linda (do, does) their project together.
5. (Do, Does) students like the story of Maria Makiling?

B. Write a five sentence paragraph that describes your favorite legendary or


mythical character. Be sure to observe correct subject-verb agreement in the
sentences of your paragraph.

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTIONS
A. No. of learners who earned
80% in the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation who scored
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 remediation
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 innovations or localized


materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with other
teachers?