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com Grade Level: VI


GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: Learning Area: ENGLISH
DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: JULY 8 – 12, 2019 (WEEK 6) Quarter: 1ST QUARTER

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

I. OBJECTIVES
The learner demonstrates understanding…
A. Content Standards • various verbal elements in orally communicating information
• of writing styles to comprehend the author’s message
• that English language is stress timed to support comprehension
• command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking
• of the forms and conventions of print, non-print, and digital materials to understand various viewing texts of non-verbal communication to communicate with
others
The learner…
B. Performance • orally communicates information, opinions, and ideas effectively to different audiences using a variety of literary activities
Standards • uses diction (choice of words) to accurately analyze author’s tone, mood, and point of view
• reads with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension
• uses the correct function of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in general and their functions in various discourse (oral and written)
• applies knowledge of the various forms and conventions of print, non-print, and digital materials to appropriately comprehend print, non-print, film and moving
texts
• applies knowledge of non-verbal skills to respectfully give the speaker undivided attention and acknowledge the message

C. Learning Competencies/ EN6LC-If2.11.1 EN6LCIf2.11.2 EN6RC-If- 6.12 Analyze EN6G-If4.4.1 EN6G-If4.4.1 EN6VC-If5.1.6 Describe
Objectives EN6LC-If2.11.3 Infer the figures of speech (culture- EN6G-If4.4.3 EN6G-If4.4.3 different forms and
Write the LC code for each speaker’s tone, based EN6G-If4.4.2 Compose clear EN6G-If4.4.2 Compose clear and conventions of film and
mood and purpose euphemism) and coherent sentences using coherent sentences using moving pictures
appropriate grammatical appropriate grammatical structures: (dialog)
EN6A-If-16 EN6F-If-1.8.1 structures: Pronoun-reference Pronoun-reference agreement
Observe politeness at all times Read with automaticity grade agreement (number, (number, EN6A-If-16
level frequently occurring case, gender) case, gender) Observe politeness at
content area all times
words
EN6A-If-17 EN6A-If-16 EN6A-If-16 EN6A-If-16 EN6A-If-17 Show tactfulness
Show tactfulness when Observe politeness at Observe politeness at all times Observe politeness at when communicating with
communicating with all times all times others
others EN6A-If-17
EN6A-If-17 Show tactfulness when EN6A-If-17 EN6A-If-18
EN6A-If-18 Show tactfulness when communicating with Show tactfulness when Show openness to
Show openness to communicating with others communicating with criticism
criticism others others Original File Submitted and
EN6A-If-18 Formatted by DepEd Club
EN6A-If-18 Show openness to EN6A-If-18 Member - visit depedclub.com
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criticism criticism

Author’s tone, mood, and Euphemism Pronoun-reference Pronoun-reference agreement Different forms and
II. CONTENT purpose Frequently occurring content agreement (number, case, (number, case, gender) conventions of film and
area words gender) moving pictures (dialog)

III. LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide pages

2. Learner’s Materials pages

3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR)
portal
B. Other Learning Resources Activity Sheet In English 6 Activity Sheet In English 6 Activity Sheet In English 6 Activity Sheet In English 6 Activity Sheet In English 6
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| Helping the Helpless | Level By Little Fox." YouTube. Little Fox." YouTube. December 29, Helping the Helpless |
By Little Fox." YouTube. 7| December 29, 2016. Accessed May 13, Level 7 |
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McGraw-Hill, 1994. Pp454455

IV. PROCEDURES

A. Reviewing previous lesson Read “To the Learner” Answer “To the Learner” Read “To the Learner” Activity Do “To the Learner” Do “To the Learner”
or presenting the new Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 Sheets in English (Quarter 1: Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English
lesson (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day1, p.1) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day2, Week 6-Day3, p.1) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day 4, p.1) 6 (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day
p.1) 5, p.1)
B. Establishing a purpose for the Read “Let’s Learn This” Read “Let’s Try This” Activity Answer “Let’s Try This” Activity Talk about “Let’s Try This” Activity Talk about “Let’s Try This”
lesson Activity Sheets in English 6 Sheets in English 6 (Quarter Sheets in English 6 Sheets in English 6 for (Quarter 1: Activity Sheets in English
(Quarter 1: Week 6-Day1, p.1) 1: Week 6-Day2, p.1) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day3, p.1) Week 6-Day 4, p.1) 6 (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day
5, p.1)
C. Presenting Play the video from Discuss “Let’s Study This” Discuss “Let’s Study This” Discuss “Let’s Study This” Discuss “Let’s Study This”
examples/instances of https://www.youtube.com/wat Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 (Quarter Activity Sheets in English
the new lesson ch?v=iQIBscQDWu0 (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day2, f(Quarter 1: Week 6-Day3, pp.1- 1: Week 6-Day 4, pp.1-3) 6 (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day
p.2) 2) 5, pp.1-2)
Answer “Let’s Try This”
Activity Sheets in English 6
(Quarter 1: Week 6-Day1,
pp.1-2)
D. Discussing new concepts Discuss “Let’s Study This” Answer “Let’s Do This” Answer “Let’s Do This” Activity Answer “Let’s Do This” Activity
and practicing new skills Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 Sheets in English 6 (Quarter 1: Sheets in English 6 for (Quarter 1:
#1 (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day1, pp. (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day2, Week 6-Day3, pp.2-3) Week 6-Day 4, p.3)
2-4) p.2)
E. Discussing new concepts and Answer “Let’s Do This” Answer “Let’s Do More” Answer “Let’s Do More” Answer “Let’s Do More”
practicing new skills #2 Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 for Activity Sheets in English 6 (Quarter
(Quarter 1: Week 6-Day1, p.4) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day 2, p.3) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day3, p.3) 1: Week 6-Day 4, pp.3-4)

F. Developing mastery Answer “Let’s Do More” Answer “Let’s Enrich Answer “Let’s Enrich Answer “Let’s Enrich Ourselves” Watch the video “The Little
(leads to Formative Activity Sheets in English 6 Ourselves” Activity Sheets in Ourselves” Activity Sheets in Activity Sheets in English 6 (Quarter Women” from
Assessment 3) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day1, English 6 (Quarter 1: Week 6- English 6 (Quarter 1: Week 1: Week 6-Day 4, p. 4) https://www.youtube.com/
p. 5) Day2, p.4) 6Day3, p.3) watch?v=iQIBscQDWu0

Answer “Let’s Do More ”


Activity Sheets in English
6 (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day
5, pp.2-3)

G. Finding practical applications Answer “Let’s Enrich Answer “Let’s Enrich


of concepts and skills in Ourselves” Activity Sheets in Ourselves” Activity Sheets in
daily living English 6 (Quarter 1: Week English 6 (Quarter 1: Week 6-
6Day1, p.6) Day 5, pp. 3-5)

H. Making generalizations and Why is it important that you When do you use pronouns in
abstractions about the can infer speaker’s tone, mood, masculine, feminine, and neuter
lesson and purpose? gender?

I. Evaluating learning Answer “Let’s Test Ourselves” Answer “Let’s Test Ourselves” Answer “Let’s Test Ourselves” Answer “Let’s Test Ourselves” Answer “Let’s Test Ourselves”
Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 Activity Sheets in English 6 (Quarter Activity Sheets in English 6
(Quarter 1: Week 6-Day1, p.6) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day2, p.4) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day3, p.4) 1: Week 6-Day 4, p.4) (Quarter 1: Week 6-Day 5, p.
5)
J. Additional activities for
application or remediation

V. REMARKS

VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned
80% in the
evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
additional
activities for remediation
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 innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with
other teachers?