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ST.

CLEMENT ACADEMY
Santisima Trinidad, Malolos City

LEARNING PLAN

Course Title: English 9

Course Description: The subject enables the learner to demonstrate communicative competence through his/her understanding of British-American Literature, including
Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.

SCA Mission: The mission of St. Clement Academy is to provide high quality and affordable education that will enable its students to become locally and globally competitive.
The administrators, faculty, and staff are committed to develop the totality of every student using holistic approach.

SCA Vision: To become a world class educational institution that will develop leaders and God-fearing graduates that is responsive to the needs of modern times.

FIRST QUARTER
TIME TOPIC LEARNING LEARNING ASSESSMENT RESOURCES SCA MISSION,
FRAME COMPETENCIES/SKILLS ACTIVITIES/METHODOLOGIES FOR= VISION,
Formative GOALS, AND
SUM= OBJECTIVES
Summative
Week 1 1. Lyric poetry EN9LC-Ia-8: Process information - Crafting own poem FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
READING mentioned in the text listened to - Oral interpretation of a poem’s Seatwork 16-19 and analytical
SELECTION: message Homework thinking among
- I Wandered EN9LT-Ia-14.1: Identify the - Oral reading of poems with Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
Lonely as a Cloud distinguishing features of notable correct stress Quiz 2-3, pp. 4-6, pp. conformity to the
by William Anglo-American lyric poetry, songs, 10-12, and p. 14 rules
Wordsworth poems, sermons, and allegories
- Ode to the west Eloquence 9 p. To become locally
Wind by Percy EN9WC-Ia-8: Distinguish between 21 and pp. 23- and globally
Bysshe Shelley and among informative, journalistic, 28 competitive
- Philippines, My and literary writing
Philippines by Initiative and self-
P.F. Jerregan and EN9RC-Ia-16: Share prior direction
Francisco knowledge about a text topic
Santiago Creativity
- The Creation by EN9VC-Ia-3.8: Infer thoughts,
James Weldon feelings, and intentions in the Critical thinking
Johnson material viewed
- Oh Captain! My Productivity and
Captain! By Walt EN9VC-Ia-3.8: Infer thoughts, accountability
Whitman feelings, and intentions in the
2. Using Capital material viewed
Letters
EN9VC-Ia-3.8: Infer thoughts,
feelings, and intentions in the
material viewed

EN9LC-Ia-3.6: Perform a task by


following instructions

EN9V-Ia-1: Provide words or


expressions appropriate for a given
situation

EN9OL-Ia-1.15: Use the appropriate


segmentals (sounds of English) and
the suprasegmentals or prosodic
features of speech when delivering
lines of poetry and prose in a speech
choir, jazz chants and raps

EN9G-Ia-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-Ia-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning

EN9G-Ia-18: Use interjections to


convey meaning
Week 2 1. Understanding EN9WC-Ib-8: Distinguish between - Picking out FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
Universal Themes and among informative, journalistic, - Constructivist learning Seatwork 39-40 and analytical
READING and literary writing Homework thinking among
SELECTION: Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
The Gift of the EN9RC-Ib-16: Share prior Quiz 30-35 and pp. conformity to the
Magi by O. Henry knowledge about a text topic 37-38 rules
2. Journalistic
writing EN9LC-Ib-6.2: Infer thoughts, Eloquence 9 pp. To become locally
3. Using End Marks feelings and intentions of the 41-44 and globally
and Commas speaker competitive

EN9VC-Ib-3.8: Infer thoughts, Initiative and self-


feelings, and intentions in the direction
material viewed
Creativity
EN9V-Ib-1: Provide words or
expressions appropriate for a given Critical thinking
situation
Productivity and
EN9LT-Ib-14: Analyze literature as accountability
a means of discovering the self

EN9LT-Ib-14.2: Explain how the


elements specific to a selection

EN9OL-Ib-1.15: Use the appropriate


segmentals (sounds of English) and
the suprasegmentals or prosodic
features of speech when delivering
lines of poetry and prose in a speech
choir, jazz chants and raps

EN9F-Ib-3.1: Produce the correct


beat and rhythm in delivering jazz
chants and raps

EN9G-Ib-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-Ib-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning
EN9G-Ib-18: Use interjections to
convey meaning
Week 3 1. Raps EN9RC-Ic-13.2: Take note of - Watching and listening to FOR: Internet and Develop creative
2. How elements of sequence signals or connectors to weather reports Seatwork library sources and analytical
a specific genre determine patterns of idea - Analyzing and discriminating Homework thinking among
contribute to development given in a text ideas from poetry Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
building the - Dramatizing some scenes of the Quiz 52-53 conformity to the
theme EN9WC-Ic-8: Distinguish between short story rules
READING and among informative, journalistic, Eloquence 9 pp.
SELECTIONS: and literary writing 47-50 To become locally
- The Whistle by and globally
Benjamin EN9LC-Ic-3.12: Paraphrase the text Eloquence 9 p. competitive
Franklin listened to 46 and pp. 58-
- Self-reliance by 59 Initiative and self-
Ralph Waldo EN9VC-Ic-3.8: Infer thoughts, direction
Emerson feelings, and intentions in the
3. Using Hyphens material viewed Creativity
and Dashes
EN9V-Ic-15: Explain how words are Critical thinking
derived from names of persons and
places Productivity and
accountability
EN9LT-Ic-14: Analyze literature as
a means of enhancing the self

EN9LT-Ic-2.2: Explain how the


elements specific to a genre
contribute to the theme of a
particular literary selection

EN9OL-Ic-1.15: Use the appropriate


segmentals (sounds of English) and
the suprasegmentals or prosodic
features of speech when delivering
lines of poetry and prose in a speech
choir, jazz chants and raps

EN9F-Ic-3.1: Produce the correct


beat and rhythm in delivering jazz
chants and raps

EN9G-Ic-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-Ic-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning

EN9G-Ic-18: Use interjections to


convey meaning.
Week 4 1. Choral reading of EN9RC-Id-13.2: Scan sequence Discussion FOR: Internet and Develop creative
a Jazz Chant signals or connectors to determine Literary criticism Seatwork Library Sources and analytical
2. Sensory Images patterns of idea development Homework thinking among
READING Recitation Eloquence 9 p. the learners;
SELECTIONS: EN9WC-Id-8.1: Examine sample Quiz 62 and p. 64 conformity to the
- Piano by D.H. texts representative of each type. rules
Lawrence Eloquence 9 pp.
- Those Winter EN9LC-Id-8.4: Agree or disagree 65-66 To become locally
Sundays by with the ideas of the speaker and globally
Robert Hayden Eloquence 9 p. competitive
EN9LC-Id-8.5: Accept or reject 61
ideas mentioned Initiative and self-
Eloquence 9 pp. direction
EN9VC-Id-21: Summarize the 68-69
contents of the material viewed Creativity

EN9V-Id-15: Explain how words are Critical thinking


derived from names of persons and
places Productivity and
accountability
EN9LT-Id-14: Analyze literature as
a means of discovering the self

EN9LT-Id2.2.1: Express
appreciation for sensory images used
EN9OL-Id-1.14: Use the correct
pitch, juncture, stress, intonation,
rate of speech, volume and
projection when delivering lines of
poetry and prose in dramatic and
conventional speech choirs

EN9G-Id-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-Id-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning

EN9G-Id-18: Use interjections to


convey meaning.
Week 5 1. Common Musical EN9SS-Ie-1.5.1: Skim to determine - One-minute paper game FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
Devices Used in key ideas and author’s purpose - Crafting own poem Seatwork 84-87 and analytical
Poetry - Impersonating the voices of Homework thinking among
READING EN9V-Ie-11: Arrive at meaning of some characters in Disneyland Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
SELECTIONS: words through word formation Quiz 71-72, p. 74, conformity to the
- A Psalm of Life (clipping, blending, acronymy, and pp. 76-79 rules
by Henry compounding, folk etymology, etc.) SUM
Wadsworth Mini-task Eloquence 9 pp. To become locally
Longfellow EN9LC-Ie-8.6: Make decisions 80-83 and globally
- Stopping by based on what is listened to competitive
Woods on a Eloquence 9 p.
Snowy Evening EN9VC-Ie-21: Summarize the 88 Initiative and self-
by Robert Lee contents of the material viewed direction
Frost
- The Bells by EN9LT-Ie-14: Analyze literature as Creativity
Edgar Allan Poe a means of discovering the self
2. Arriving at the Critical thinking
meaning of words EN9LT-Ie2.2.2: Explain the literary
through formation devices used Productivity and
3. Using parentheses accountability
EN9WC-Ie-9: Compose forms of
literary writing
EN9OL-Ie-1.14: Use the correct
pitch, juncture, stress, intonation,
rate of speech, volume and
projection when delivering lines of
poetry and prose in dramatic and
conventional speech choirs

EN9G-Ie-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-Ie-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning

EN9G-Ie-18: Use interjections to


convey meaning
Week 6 1. Poetry EN9SS-If-1.5.1: Skim to determine - Skimming FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
READING key ideas and author’s purpose. - Analyzing literature Seatwork 93-94 and analytical
SELECTIONS: Homework thinking among
- The Arrow and EN9V-If-11: Arrive at meaning of Recitation Eloquence 9 p. the learners;
the Song by words through word formation Quiz 90 and p. 92 conformity to the
Henry Wadsworth (clipping, blending, acronymy, rules
Longfellow compounding, folk etymology, etc.) Eloquence 9 p.
- I’m Nobody by 95 To become locally
Emily Dickinson EN9LT-If2.2.3: Determine tone, and globally
2. Using mood, technique, and purpose of the competitive
interjections author.
Initiative and self-
EN9WC-If-9.1: Identify types and direction
features of poetry.
Creativity
EN9LC-If-8.2: Judge the relevance
and worth of ideas presented Critical thinking

EN9VC-If-19: Assess the relevance Productivity and


and worth of ideas presented in the accountability
material viewed
EN9LT-If-14: Analyze literature as
a means of discovering the self

EN9OL-If-2.6.2: Use the


appropriate gestures (hand, face, and
body)

EN9G-If-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-If-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning

EN9G-If-18: Use interjections to


convey meaning
Week 7 1. Special EN9RC-Ig-17: Make a connection - Collaborative learning FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
techniques of between the present text and - Visualizing literature using a Seatwork 110-111 and analytical
writer previously read texts semantic web Homework thinking among
READING Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
SELECTION: EN9V-Ig-12.3: Note types of Quiz 97-109 conformity to the
The Monkey’s context clue (restatement, definition, rules
Paw by W.W. synonyms, antonyms) used for a Eloquence 9 p.
Jacobs given word or expression. 113 To become locally
2. Using and globally
contractions EN9LT-Ig2.2.3: Determine tone, competitive
mood, technique, and purpose of the
author Initiative and self-
direction
EN9WC-Ig-9.1: Identify types and
features of poetry. Creativity

EN9LC-Ig-8.7: Draw Critical thinking


generalizations and conclusions
from the material listened to Productivity and
accountability
EN9VC-Ig-19: Assess the relevance
and worth of ideas presented in the
material viewed

EN9LT-Ig-14: Analyze literature as


a means of discovering the self

EN9OL-Ig-2.6.2: Use the


appropriate gestures (hand, face, and
body)

EN9G-Ig-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-Ig-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning.

EN9G-I-0-18: Use interjections to


convey meaning
Week 8 1. Drawing EN9V-Ih-12.3: Note types of - Connecting past and present FOR: Internet and Develop creative
Similarities and context clue (restatement, definition, - Venn Diagram Seatwork Library Sources and analytical
Differences of the synonyms, antonyms) used for a - Crafting own poem Homework thinking among
Featured given word or expression Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
Selections in Quiz 118-119 conformity to the
relation to the EN9RC-Ih-17: Make a connection rules
Theme between the present text and Eloquence 9 p.
READING previously read texts 115 and pp. To become locally
SELECTIONS: 116-117 and globally
- Invictus by EN9LC-Ih-8.8: Compare and competitive
William Ernest contrast information listened to Eloquence 9 pp.
Henley 121-123 Initiative and self-
- If by Rudyard EN9VC-Ih1.5/2.5: Draw direction
Kipling generalizations and conclusions
2. Using Quotation from the material viewed Creativity
Marks
EN9LT-Ih-14: Analyze literature as Critical thinking
a means of discovering the self
Productivity and
EN9LT-Ih-2.3: Draw similarities accountability
and differences of the featured
selections in relation to the theme

EN9WC-Ih-3.6: Use literary devices


and techniques to craft poetic forms.

EN9F-Ih-3.14: Use the appropriate


and effective speech conventions
expected of speech choir
presentations.

EN9G-Ih-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-Ih-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning.

EN9G-Ih-18: Use interjections to


convey meaning
Week 9 1. Choral Reading EN9RC-Ii-18: Identify advance - Freewheeling form of FOR: Internet and Develop creative
2. Selections organizers, titles, subtitles, discussion Seatwork library sources and analytical
influenced by illustrations, etc. given in a text - Analyzing literature Homework thinking among
culture, history, - Conducting a Speech Choir Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
and environment EN9V-Ii-12.3: Note types of context Quiz 125-133 conformity to the
READING clue (restatement, definition, rules
SELECTION: We synonyms, antonyms) used for a SUM: Eloquence 9 p.
Filipinos Are given word or expression Performance 125 To become locally
Mild Drinkers by Task and globally
Alejandro Roces EN9LC-Ii-3.14: Summarize Unit Test competitive
3. Using information from the text listened to
Apostrophes Initiative and self-
EN9VC-Ii1.5/2.5: Draw direction
generalizations and conclusions
from the material viewed Creativity

EN9LT-Ii-14: Analyze literature as a Critical thinking


means of discovering the self
Productivity and
EN9LT-Ii-3: Explain how a accountability
selection may be influenced by
culture, history, environment, or
other factors

EN9WC-Ii-3.6: Use literary devices


and techniques to craft poetic forms

EN9F-Ii-3.14: Use the appropriate


and effective speech conventions
expected of speech choir
presentations

EN9G-Ii-17: Use normal and


inverted word order in creative
writing

EN9G-Ii-1.6/1.7: Use appropriate


punctuation marks and capitalization
to convey meaning

EN9G-Ii-18: Use interjections to


convey meaning

ST. CLEMENT ACADEMY


Santisima Trinidad, Malolos City

LEARNING PLAN

Course Title: English 9


Course Description: The subject enables the learner to demonstrate communicative competence through his/her understanding of British-American Literature, including
Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.

SCA Mission: The mission of St. Clement Academy is to provide high quality and affordable education that will enable its students to become locally and globally competitive.
The administrators, faculty, and staff are committed to develop the totality of every student using holistic approach.

SCA Vision: To become a world class educational institution that will develop leaders and God-fearing graduates that is responsive to the needs of modern times.

SECOND QUARTER
TIME TOPIC LEARNING LEARNING ASSESSMENT RESOURCES SCA MISSION,
FRAME COMPETENCIES/SKILLS ACTIVITIES/METHODOLOGIES FOR= VISION,
Formative GOALS, AND
SUM= OBJECTIVES
Summative
Week 1 1. Distinguishing EN9RC-IIa-3.2.7: Compare and - Creating own blog for a vignette FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
features of African contrast similar information - Venn diagram Seatwork 147-153 and analytical
poetry presented in different texts. - Conducting an interview Homework thinking among
READING Recitation Eloquence 9 p. the learners;
SELECTIONS: EN9LC-IIa-11: Shift from one Quiz 141, p. 143, pp. conformity to the
- Sonnet 18 by listening strategy to another based 144-145, and p. rules
William on topic, purpose, and level of 146
Shakespeare difficulty of the argumentative or To become
- Sonnet 30 by Edna persuasive text. Eloquence 9 p. locally and
St. Vincent Millay 141 globally
- How do I Love EN9VC-IIa-1.4: Establish competitive
Thee? by connections of events and how Eloquence 9 p.
Elizabeth Barrett these lead to the ending of a 154 Initiative and
Browning material. self-direction
- In Our Time by
Ernest EN9V-IIa-27: Give the appropriate Creativity
Hemingway communicative styles for various
2. Communicative situations (intimate, casual, Critical thinking
Styles for Various conversational, consultative,
situations frozen). Productivity and
3. Using Adverbs in accountability
Narration EN9LT-IIa-15: Analyze literature
as a means of valuing other people
and their various circumstances in
life. EN9LT-IIa-15.1: Identify the
distinguishing features of notable
Anglo-American sonnets, dramatic
poetry, vignettes, and short stories.

EN9WC-IIa-10: Distinguish the


features present in poetry and in
prose.

EN9OL-IIa-3.7: Employ varied


verbal and nonverbal strategies to
create impact on the audience while
delivering lines in a Readers
Theatre or in a Chamber Theatre.

EN9G-IIa19: Use adverbs in


narration.
Week 2 1. Reading a EN9RC-IIb-19: Get information - Reviewing brochures FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
Readers’ Theater from various print media like - Making story analysis Seatwork 1470-171 and analytical
Script brochures, pamphlets, periodicals, - Presenting a brief monologue Homework thinking among
2. How elements and audio-video recordings. Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
specific to a Quiz 157-169 conformity to the
selection Build it’s EN9LC-IIb-11.1: Listen to get rules
Theme important information from SUM: Eloquence 9 p.
READING argumentative/ persuasive texts. Mini-task 171 To become
SELECTION: The locally and
scarlet Ibis by EN9LC-IIb-2.8: Make inferences Eloquence 9 p. globally
James Hurst from what was said. 173 competitive
3. Casual
Communicative EN9VC-IIb-21: Summarize the Initiative and
style information contained in the self-direction
4. Using Descriptive material viewed.
Adverbs in Creativity
Narration EN9V-IIb-27: Give the appropriate
communicative styles for various Critical thinking
situations (intimate, casual,
conversational, consultative, Productivity and
frozen). accountability
EN9LT-IIb-15: Analyze literature
as a means of valuing other people
and their various circumstances in
life.

EN9LT-II-0-14.2: Explain how the


elements specific to a selection
build its theme.
EN9WC-IIb-10: Distinguish the
features present in poetry and in
prose.

EN9OL-IIb-3.7: Employ varied


verbal and nonverbal strategies to
create impact on the audience while
delivering lines in a Readers
Theatre or in a Chamber Theatre.

EN9G-IIb19: Use adverbs in


narration.
Week 3 1. Analyzing EN9RC-IIc-19: Get information - Drawing the symbol that FOR: Eloquence 9 p. Develop creative
literature as a from various print media like describe the writer’s theme Seatwork 183 and analytical
means of valuing brochures, pamphlets, periodicals, Homework thinking among
Other People and and audio-video recordings. Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
Their Various Quiz 175-181 conformity to the
Circumstances in EN9LC-IIc3.12/3.14: Listen to rules
life paraphrase and summarize Eloquence 9 pp.
READING information from persuasive texts. 183-184 To become
SELECTION: The locally and
Lady or the Tiger EN9VC-IIc-21: Summarize the Eloquence 9 p. globally
by Frank R. information contained in the 185 competitive
Stockton material viewed.
2. Pamphlets Initiative and
3. Using Adverbs of EN9V-IIc-27: Give the appropriate self-direction
Frequency communicative styles for various
situations (intimate, casual, Creativity
conversational, consultative,
frozen). Critical thinking
EN9LT-IIc-15: Analyze literature Productivity and
as a means of valuing other people accountability
and their various circumstances in
life.

EN9LT-IIc-2.2: Explain how the


elements specific to a genre
contribute to the theme of a
particular literary selection.

EN9WC-IIc-10: Distinguish the


features present in poetry and in
prose.

EN9F-IIc3.11.1: Use the correct


production of English sounds:
vowels sounds, consonant sounds,
diphthongs, etc.

EN9G-IIb19: Use adverbs in


narration
Week 4 1. Sensory images EN9RC-IId-19: Get information - Brochure making FOR: Eloquence 9 p. Develop creative
READING from various print media like - Small group discussions Seatwork 198 and analytical
SELECTION: The brochures, pamphlets, periodicals, - Writing an argumentative papers Homework thinking among
Meadows by and audio-video recordings. Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
Conrado v. Quiz 186-194 conformity to the
Pedroche EN9LC-IId-11.2: Anticipate the rules
2. Periodicals points that will be made based on Eloquence 9 p.
3. Using Adverbs in the speaker’s purpose 197 To become
Narration locally and
EN9VC-IId-22: Agree or disagree Eloquence 9 pp. globally
with the ideas presented in the 200-201 competitive
material viewed.
Initiative and
EN9V-IId-27: Give the appropriate self-direction
communicative styles a situation
(intimate, casual, conversational, Creativity
consultative, frozen).
Critical thinking
EN9LT-IId-15: Analyze literature
as a means of valuing other people Productivity and
and their various circumstances in accountability
life.

EN9LT-IId-2.2.1: Express
appreciation for sensory images
used.

EN9WC-IId-10: Distinguish the


features present in poetry and in
prose

EN9F-IId3.11.1: Use the correct


production of English sounds:
vowels sounds, consonant sounds,
diphthongs, etc.

EN9G-IId19: Use adverbs in


narration.
Week 5 1. Using Sound EN9RC-IIe-19: Get information - Debate FOR: Internet and Develop creative
Devices in poetry from various print media like - Short stage play Seatwork Library Sources and analytical
READING brochures, pamphlets, periodicals, Homework Eloquence 9 pp. thinking among
SELECTIONS: and audio-video recordings. Recitation 202-203 and p. the learners;
- Annabel lee by Quiz 205 conformity to the
Edgar Allan Poe EN9WC-IIe-10: Distinguish the rules
- Look, Stranger by features present in poetry and in Eloquence 9 p.
W. H. Auden prose. 207 To become
2. Using Syllogisms locally and
in Expressing EN9LC-IIe-12: Make a stand based Eloquence 9 p. globally
Arguments on the text listened to. 208 competitive

EN9VC-IIe-22: Agree or disagree Eloquence 9 pp. Initiative and


with the ideas presented in the 209-211 self-direction
material viewed.
Creativity
EN9LT-IIe-15: Analyze literature
as a means of valuing other people Critical thinking
and their various circumstances in
life. Productivity and
accountability
EN9LT-IIe-2.2.2: Explain the
literary devices used.

EN9V-IIe-27: Give the appropriate


communicative styles for various
situations (intimate, casual,
conversational, consultative,
frozen).

EN9OL-IIe-5: Use the appropriate


prosodic features of speech when
delivering lines in a Readers
Theatre or in a Chamber Theatre.

EN9G-IIe20: Use conditionals in


expressing arguments
Week 6 1. Determining the EN9RC-IIf-11.1: Sense the - Freewheeling form of discussion FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
Toe, mood, and difference between linear and non- - Writing workshops Seatwork 218-219 and analytical
Author’s Purpose linear texts. Homework thinking among
READING Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
SELECTIONS: EN9V-IIf-28: Determine the Quiz 217-218 conformity to the
- The man with the vocabulary or jargons expected of a rules
hoe by Edwin communicative style. Eloquence 9 pp.
Markham 212-213 and pp. To become
- The day is done by EN9LT-IIf-2.2.3: Determine tone, 215-216 locally and
Henry Wadsworth mood, technique, and purpose of the globally
Longfellow author. Eloquence 9 pp. competitive
221-222
EN9WC-IIf9.2: Identify types and Initiative and
features of short prose. self-direction

EN9LC-IIf-8.7: Draw conclusions Creativity


based on the text listened to.
Critical thinking
EN9VC-IIf-23: Share personal
opinion about the ideas presented in Productivity and
the material viewed. accountability

EN9LT-IIf-15: Analyze literature as


a means of valuing other people and
their various circumstances in life.

EN9WC-IIf-9: Compose forms of


literary writing.

EN9OL-IIf-5: Use the appropriate


prosodic features of speech when
delivering lines in a Readers
Theatre or in a Chamber Theatre.

EN9G-IIf20: Use conditionals in


expressing arguments.
Week 7 1. Types of Short EN9V-IIg-28: Determine the - Constructing a human FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
Prose vocabulary or jargons expected of a relationship diagram Seatwork p. 229 and analytical
2. Conditional communicative style. - Making interactive notes Homework thinking among
Sentences Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
EN9LT-IIg-2.2.3: Determine tone, Quiz 224-228 conformity to the
mood, technique, and purpose of the rules
author. Eloquence 9 pp.
229-232 To become
EN9RC-IIg-5: Interpret information locally and
found in non-linear texts such as Eloquence 9 pp. globally
diagrams, maps, charts, etc. 234-235 competitive

EN9WC-IIg9.2: Identify types and Initiative and


features of short prose. self-direction

EN9LC-IIg-3.13: React and share Creativity


personal opinion about the ideas
listened to. Critical thinking

EN9VC-IIg-23: Share personal Productivity and


opinion about the ideas presented in accountability
the material viewed.
EN9LT-IIg-15: Analyze literature
as a means of valuing other people
and their various circumstances in
life.

EN9WC-IIg-9: Compose forms of


literary writing.

EN9OL-IIg-2.6: Employ effective


and appropriate non-verbal
communication to convey meaning
in a Readers or Chamber Theatre.

EN9G-IIg20: Use conditionals in


expressing arguments.
Week 8 1. Incorporating EN9RC-IIh-11.1.1: Match diagrams - Construct a human relationship FOR: Internet and Develop creative
Speech Symbols in with their corresponding write-ups. diagram Seatwork Library Sources and analytical
a Readers’ Theater - Making poetry analysis Homework thinking among
or a Chamber EN9V-IIh-28: Determine the - Dramatic reading to highlight Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
theater Script vocabulary or jargons expected of a the different moods with the Quiz 236-238 and pp. conformity to the
2. Using the Past communicative style. different moods with the use of 239-240 rules
Conditional audiotape
EN9LC-IIh-12.1: Analyze the Eloquence 9 pp. To become
content and feeling levels of 243-245 locally and
utterances in persuasive texts. globally
competitive
EN9VC-IIh-19: Judge the relevance
and worth of ideas presented in the Initiative and
material viewed. self-direction

EN9LT-IIh-15: Analyze literature Creativity


as a means of valuing other people
and their various circumstances in Critical thinking
life.
Productivity and
EN9LT-IIh-2.3: Draw similarities accountability
and differences of the featured
selections in relation to the theme.
EN9WC-IIh-9: Compose forms of
literary writing.

EN9WC-IIh9.3: Use literary


devices and techniques to craft short
prose forms.

EN9OL-IIh-5: Use the appropriate


prosodic features of speech when
delivering lines in a Readers
Theatre or in a Chamber Theatre.

EN9G-IIh20: Use past conditionals


in expressing arguments.
Week 9 1. Using the EN9RC-IIi-2.15: Organize - Making a story analysis FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
appropriate information in various ways - Performing Reader’s Theater Seatwork 255-257 and analytical
Prosodic features (outlining, graphic, representations, Homework thinking among
of Speech when etc.) Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
Delivering Lines Quiz 248-253 conformity to the
in a Readers’ EN9V-IIi-28: Determine the rules
Theater or in a vocabulary or jargons expected of a Eloquence 9 pp.
Chamber Theater communicative style. 258-261 To become
2. Four basic locally and
conditionals Used EN9LC-IIi-8.2: Judge the relevance globally
in English and worth of ideas presented. competitive

EN9VC-IIi-19: Judge the relevance Initiative and


and worth of ideas presented in the self-direction
material viewed.
Creativity
EN9LT-IIi-15: Analyze literature as
a means of valuing other people and Critical thinking
their various circumstances in life.
Productivity and
EN9LT-IIi-3: Explain how a accountability
selection may be influenced by
culture, history, environment, or
other factors.
EN9WC-IIi-9: Compose forms of
literary writing.

EN9WC-IIi9.3: Use literary devices


and techniques to craft short prose
forms.

EN9OL-IIi-5: Use the appropriate


prosodic features of speech when
delivering lines in a Readers
Theatre or in a Chamber Theatre.

EN9G-IIi20: Use conditionals in


expressing arguments.

ST. CLEMENT ACADEMY


Santisima Trinidad, Malolos City

LEARNING PLAN

Course Title: English 9

Course Description: The subject enables the learner demonstrates communicative competence through his/her understanding of British-American Literature, including Philippine
Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
SCA Mission: The mission of St. Clement Academy is to provide high quality and affordable education that will enable its students to become locally and globally competitive.
The administrators, faculty, and staff are committed to develop the totality of every student using holistic approach.

SCA Vision: To become a world class educational institution that will develop leaders and God-fearing graduates that is responsive to the needs of modern times.

THIRD QUARTER
TIME TOPIC LEARNING LEARNING ASSESSMENT RESOURCES SCA MISSION,
FRAME COMPETENCIES/SKILLS ACTIVITIES/METHODOLOGIES FOR= VISION,
Formative GOALS, AND
SUM= OBJECTIVES
Summative
Week 1 1. One-act Plays EN9RC-IIIa-20: Analyze a one- - Writing the big idea found in the FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
READING act play selection. Seatwork 278-279 and analytical
SELECTION: - Conducting drama festival from Homework thinking among
Tradition by George EN9LT-IIIa-20.1: Explain how various world cultures. Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
Middleton the elements specific to a one-act - Composing a poem with Quiz 264-277 conformity to the
2. Radio drama play contribute to the distinguishing vowel sounds. rules
3. Verbals development of its theme Eloquence 9 pp.
284-285 To become locally
EN9LC-IIIa-6: Employ and globally
appropriate listening strategies competitive
suited to type of text
Initiative and self-
EN9LC-IIIa-6.1: Extract direction
important information from
argumentative/persua sive texts Creativity

EN9VC-IIIa1.2/2.2: Interpret the Critical thinking


message conveyed in a material
viewed Productivity and
accountability
EN9V-IIIa-29: Get familiar with
the technical vocabulary for
drama and theatre (like stage
directions)
EN9LT-IIIa-16: Analyze
literature as a means of
connecting to the world.

EN9LT-IIIa16.1: Identify the


distinguishing features of Anglo-
American one-act plays

EN9WC-IIIa-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIIa-9.4: Identify types


and features of a play synopsis.

EN9OL-IIIa-3.7: Employ varied


verbal and nonverbal strategies
while performing in a one-act
play

EN9F-IIIa-3.11: Produce the


English sounds correctly and
effectively when delivering lines
in a one-act play.

EN9G-IIIa-21: Use verbals.


Week 2 1. Elements of One- EN9RC-IIIb-20: Analyze a one- - Role Playing a Scene FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
act Play act play - Analyzing a Movie Version Seatwork 304-305 and analytical
READING - Talking on the phone Homework thinking among
SELECTION: The EN9LT-IIIb-20.1: Explain how Recitation Internet and the learners;
Exchange by Althea the elements specific to a one-act Quiz library sources conformity to the
Cooms-Thurston play contribute to the rules
2. Technical development of its theme Eloquence 9 pp.
vocabulary for 266-303 To become locally
Drama and Theater EN9LC-IIIb-6.3: Reflect on the and globally
3. Gerund, Verb, or ideas of the speaker Eloquence 9 pp. competitive
Participle 309-310
EN9VC-IIIb1.2/2.2: Interpret the Initiative and self-
message conveyed in a material direction
viewed
Creativity
EN9V-IIIb-29: Get familiar with
the technical vocabulary for Critical thinking
drama and theatre (like stage
directions) Productivity and
accountability
EN9LT-IIIb-16: Analyze
literature as a means of
connecting to the world

EN9LT-IIIb16.1: Identify the


distinguishing features of Anglo-
American one-act plays

EN9WC-IIIb-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIIb-9.4: Identify types


and features of a play synopsis.

EN9F-IIIb-3.11: Produce the


English sounds correctly and
effectively when delivering lines
in a one-act play.

EN9G-IIIb-21: Use verbals.


Week 3 1. Play Synopsis EN9RC-IIIc-20: Analyze a one- - Guiding the students to write a FOR: Eloquence 9 p. Develop creative
2. Using gerunds and act play. synopsis of the play “Death Seatwork 320 and analytical
Gerund takes the Train” Homework thinking among
EN9LT-IIIc-20.1: Explain how - Short video viewing Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
the elements specific to a one-act - Writing a recipe Quiz 313-318 conformity to the
play contribute to the rules
development of its theme Eloquence 9 p.
323 To become locally
EN9LC-IIIc-6.4: Interpret the and globally
information listened to competitive

EN9VC-IIIc1.2/2.2: Interpret the Initiative and self-


message conveyed in a poster direction
EN9V-IIIc-29: Get familiar with Creativity
the technical vocabulary for
drama and theatre (like stage Critical thinking
directions)
Productivity and
EN9LT-IIIc-16: Analyze accountability
literature as a means of
connecting to the world

EN9LT-IIIc16.1: Identify the


distinguishing features of Anglo-
American one-act plays

EN9WC-IIIc-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIIc-9.4: Identify types


and features of a play synopsis.

EN9OL-IIIc-5: Use the


appropriate prosodic features of
speech when delivering lines in a
one-act play

EN9G-IIIc-21: Use verbals.


Week 4 1. Using the EN9RC-IIId-20: Analyze a one- - Panel discussion FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
Appropriate act play - Radio play Seatwork 330-331 and analytical
Prosodic Features Homework thinking among
of Speech When EN9LT-IIId-2.1.5: Express Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
Delivering Lines appreciation for sensory images Quiz 324-325 and pp. conformity to the
in a One-act Play used 326-327 rules
2. Recognizing faulty SUM:
Logic, EN9LT-IIId-20.2: Explain the Mini-task Eloquence 9 pp. To become locally
unsupported Facts, literary devices used 333-334 and globally
and Emotional competitive
Appeal EN9LC-IIId-6.5: Recognize
3. Using Infinitives faulty logic, unsupported facts, Initiative and self-
and emotional appeal direction
EN9VC-IIId4.3/5.3: Analyze the Creativity
information contained in the
material viewed Critical thinking

EN9V-IIId-29: Get familiar with Productivity and


the technical vocabulary for accountability
drama and theatre (like stage
directions)

EN9LT-IIId-16: Analyze
literature as a means of
connecting to the world

EN9LT-IIId2.3: Draw similarities


and differences of the featured
selections in relation to the theme

EN9WC-IIId-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIId-9.4: Identify types


and features of a play synopsis

EN9OL-IIId-5: Use the


appropriate prosodic features of
speech when delivering lines in a
one-act play

EN9G-IIId-21: Use verbals.


Week 5 1. Drawing EN9RC-IIIe-20: Analyze a one- - Three-minute talk FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
Similarities and act play Seatwork 339-341 and analytical
Differences in the Homework thinking among
featured Selections EN9LT-IIIe-2.1.5: Express Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
in relation to appreciation for sensory images Quiz 335-336 and p. conformity to the
Theme used 338 rules
READING
SELECTIONS: EN9LT-IIIe-20.2: Explain the Eloquence 9 pp. To become locally
- Digging by literary devices used 342-343 and globally
Seamus Heaney competitive
- The Secret Heart EN9LC-IIIe-3.13: Provide
by Robert p. appropriate and critical feedback/ Initiative and self-
tristam Coffin reaction to a specific context or direction
2. Using Infinitives situation
as Nouns Creativity
EN9VC-IIIe4.3/5.3: Analyze the
information contained in the Critical thinking
material viewed
Productivity and
EN9V-IIIe-29: Get familiar with accountability
the technical vocabulary for
drama and theatre (like stage
directions)

EN9LT-IIIe-16: Analyze
literature as a means of
connecting to the world

EN9LT-IIIe2.3: Draw similarities


and differences of the featured
selections in relation to the theme

EN9WC-IIIe-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIIe-9.5: Use literary


devices and techniques to craft a
play synopsis

EN9OL-IIIe-5: Use the


appropriate prosodic features of
speech when delivering lines in a
one-act play

EN9G-IIIe-21: Use verbals.


Week 6 1. Using infinitives EN9RC-IIIf-20: Analyze a one- - Picture talk FOR: Internet and Develop creative
as Adjectives or act play - Making anecdotes of thoughts Seatwork library sources and analytical
Adverbs and experience Homework thinking among
EN9LT-IIIf-2.1.5: Express - Public speaking Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
appreciation for sensory images Quiz 344-358 conformity to the
used rules
SUM: Eloquence 9 pp.
EN9LT-IIIf-20.2: Explain the Mini-task 364-365 To become locally
literary devices used and globally
competitive
EN9LC-IIIf-3.13: Provide
appropriate and critical feedback/ Initiative and self-
reaction to a specific context or direction
situation
Creativity
EN9VC-IIIf4.3/5.3: Analyze the
information contained in the Critical thinking
material viewed
Productivity and
EN9V-IIIf-29: Get familiar with accountability
the technical vocabulary for
drama and theatre (like stage
directions)

EN9LT-IIIf-16: Analyze
literature as a means of
connecting to the world

EN9LT-IIIf2.3: Draw similarities


and differences of the featured
selections in relation to the theme

EN9WC-IIIf-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIIf-9.5: Use literary


devices and techniques to craft a
play synopsis

EN9OL-IIIf-2: Use effective and


appropriate nonverbal
communication strategies
EN9G-IIIf-21: Use verbals.
Week 7 1. Non-verbal EN9LT-IIIg-2.11: Determine - Reenact scenes. FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
communication tone, mood, technique, and - Creating own tanka Seatwork 367-371 and analytical
2. Participles purpose of the author Homework thinking among
Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
EN9LC-IIIg-2.10: Share personal Quiz 367-371 conformity to the
opinion about the ideas listened rules
to Eloquence 9 pp.
374-376 To become locally
EN9VC-IIIg-24: Provide critical and globally
feedback to the idea presented in competitive
the material viewed
Initiative and self-
EN9V-IIIg-29: Get familiar with direction
the technical vocabulary for
drama and theatre (like stage Creativity
directions)
Critical thinking
EN9LT-IIIg-16: Analyze
literature as a means of Productivity and
connecting to the world accountability

EN9LT-IIIg-3: Explain how a


selection may be influenced by
culture, history, environment, or
other factors

EN9WC-IIIg-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIIg-9.5: Use literary


devices and techniques to craft a
play synopsis

EN9OL-IIIg-2: Use effective and


appropriate nonverbal
communication strategies
EN9G-IIIg-21: Use verbals.
Week 8 1. Multimedia EN9LT-IIIh-2.11: Determine - Listening and responding to a FOR: Internet and Develop creative
Presentation tone, mood, technique, and dialogue Seatwork library sources and analytical
2. Denotation and purpose of the author - Writing a synopsis for stage play Homework thinking among
connotation Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
READING EN9LC-IIIh-12.1: Analyze the Quiz 378-381, pp. conformity to the
SELECTIONS: content and feeling levels of 383-385 and p. rules
- The Torch is utterances in persuasive texts 387
Passed by john F. To become locally
Kennedy EN9VC-IIIh-24: Provide critical Eloquence 9 p. and globally
- I Have a dream by feedback to the idea presented in 390 competitive
martin Luther the material viewed
King, Jr. Initiative and self-
- The Gettysburg EN9V-IIIh-29: Get familiar with direction
Address by the technical vocabulary for
Abraham Lincoln drama and theatre (like stage Creativity
3. Participle or Verb directions)
Critical thinking
EN9LT-IIIh-16: Analyze
literature as a means of Productivity and
connecting to the world accountability

EN9LT-IIIh-3: Explain how a


selection may be influenced by
culture, history, environment, or
other factors

EN9WC-IIIh-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIIh-9.5: Use literary


devices and techniques to craft a
play synopsis

EN9OL-IIIh3.10: Use appropriate


multimedia resources to
accompany the oral delivery of
lines
EN9G-IIIh-21: Use verbals.
Week 9 1. Combining EN9LT-IIIi-2.11: Determine - Picture talk FOR: Eloquence 9 p. Develop creative
Sentences with tone, mood, technique, and - Panel discussion Seatwork 402 and analytical
Participial phrases purpose of the author - Performing a one-act play Homework thinking among
Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
EN9LC-IIIi-8.2: Judge the Quiz 392-401 conformity to the
relevance and worth of rules
information/ ideas SUM: Eloquence 9 p.
Performance 403 To become locally
EN9LC-IIIi-8.6: Form decisions task and globally
based on the ideas mentioned competitive

EN9VC-IIIi-24: Provide critical Initiative and self-


feedback to the idea presented in direction
the material viewed
Creativity
EN9V-IIIi-29: Get familiar with
the technical vocabulary for Critical thinking
drama and theatre (like stage
directions) Productivity and
accountability
EN9LT-IIIi-16: Analyze
literature as a means of
connecting to the world

EN9LT-IIIi-3: Explain how a


selection may be influenced by
culture, history, environment, or
other factors

EN9WC-IIIi-9: Compose forms


of literary writing

EN9WC-IIIi-9.5: Use literary


devices and techniques to craft a
play synopsis

EN9OL-IIIi-3.10: Use
appropriate multi-media
resources to accompany the oral
delivery of lines

EN9G-IIIi-21: Use verbals.

ST. CLEMENT ACADEMY


Santisima Trinidad, Malolos City

LEARNING PLAN

Course Title: English 9

Course Description: The subject enables the learner to demonstrate communicative competence through his/her understanding of British-American Literature, including
Philippine Literature and other text types for a deeper appreciation of Philippine Culture and those of other countries.
SCA Mission: The mission of St. Clement Academy is to provide high quality and affordable education that will enable its students to become locally and globally competitive.
The administrators, faculty, and staff are committed to develop the totality of every student using holistic approach.

SCA Vision: To become a world class educational institution that will develop leaders and God-fearing graduates that is responsive to the needs of modern times.

FOURTH QUARTER
TIME TOPIC LEARNING LEARNING ASSESSMENT RESOURCES SCA MISSION,
FRAME COMPETENCIES/SKILLS ACTIVITIES/METHODOLOGIES FOR= VISION,
Formative GOALS, AND
SUM= OBJECTIVES
Summative
Week 1 1. Elements of full- EN9RC-IVa-2.18: Relate text - Discussion FOR: Internet and Develop creative
length play content to particular social issues, - Writing a reflection paper Seatwork library sources and analytical
2. Play review concerns, or dispositions in real Homework thinking among
3. Using active and life Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
passive Quiz 407-425 conformity to the
constructions EN9LC-IVa-13: Listen to lay rules
value judgment on critical issues Eloquence 9 pp.
that demand sound analysis and 429-431 and pp. To become locally
call for prompt actions 432-434 and globally
competitive
EN9VC-IVa-10: Determine the
relevance and the truthfulness of Initiative and self-
the ideas presented in the material direction
viewed
Creativity
EN9V-IVa-29: Get familiar with
the technical vocabulary for drama Critical thinking
and theater (like stage directions)
Productivity and
EN9LT-IVa-17: Analyze literature accountability
as a means of understanding
unchanging values in a changing
world

EN9LT-IVa17.1: Explain how the


elements specific to full-length
plays build its theme
EN9WC-IVa-11: Compose a play
review

EN9OL-IVa-3.7: Use varied


verbal and non-verbal
communication strategies when
performing in a full-length play

EN9F-IVa-3.11: Produce the


sounds of English effectively
when delivering lines in a plays
build its theme

EN9G-IVa-22: Use active and


passive constructions
Week 2 1. How the elements EN9RC-IVb-2.18: Relate text - Discussion FOR: Internet and Develop creative
specific to a full- content to particular social issues, - Conducting an argumentation Seatwork library sources and analytical
length play build concerns, or dispositions in real and debate Homework thinking among
its theme life - Dramatic reading of play Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
READING Quiz 435-436 conformity to the
SELECTION: EN9LC-IVb-13.1: Get the rules
Beyond the different sides of social, moral, SUM: Eloquence 9 pp.
Horizon by Eugene and economic issues affecting the Mini-task 440-442 To become locally
O’ Neill nation and globally
2. Changing active to competitive
passive EN9VC-IVb-10: Determine the
constructions and relevance and the truthfulness of Initiative and self-
vice versa the ideas presented in the material direction
viewed
Creativity
EN9V-IVb-29: Get familiar with
the technical vocabulary for drama Critical thinking
and theater (like stage directions)
Productivity and
EN9LT-IVb-17: Analyze literature accountability
as a means of understanding
unchanging values in a changing
world
EN9LT-IVb17.1: Explain how the
elements specific to full-length
plays build its theme

EN9WC-IVb-11: Compose a play


review.

EN9F-IVb-3.11: Produce the


sounds of English effectively
when delivering lines in a full-
length play

EN9G-IVb-22: Use active and


passive constructions
Week 3 1. Expressing EN9RC-IVc-2.18: Relate text - Group games FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
appreciation for content to particular social issues, - Comprehension questions Seatwork 451-452 and analytical
sensory images concerns, or dispositions in real Homework thinking among
used in a story life Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
READING Quiz 444-449 conformity to the
SELECTION: Mrs. EN9LC-IVc-13.2: Employ rules
Flowers by Maya analytical listening to make Eloquence 9 pp.
Angelou prediction/projections 453-454 To become locally
2. Modals and globally
(Asking or EN9VC-IVc-10: Determine the competitive
expressing relevance and the truthfulness of
permission) the ideas presented in the material Initiative and self-
viewed direction

EN9V-IVc-29: Get familiar with Creativity


the technical vocabulary for drama
and theater (like stage directions) Critical thinking

EN9LT-IVc-17: Analyze literature Productivity and


as a means of understanding accountability
unchanging values in a changing
world

EN9LT-IVc2.2.1: Express
appreciation for sensory images
used

EN9WC-IVc-11: Compose a play


review

EN9OL-IVc-2: Employ effective


and appropriate non-verbal
communication strategies

EN9G-IVc-23: Express
permission, obligation, and
prohibition.
Week 4 1. Explaining the EN9RC-IVd-2.18: Relate text - Discussion FOR: Internet and Develop creative
literary devices content to particular social issues, - Small group discussions Seatwork library sources and analytical
used in poem concerns, or dispositions in real Homework thinking among
READING life Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
SELECTIONS: Quiz 455-456 and p. conformity to the
- My father is a EN9LC-IVd-7.2: Analyze the 457 rules
simple man by stand of the speaker based on the
Luis Omar Salinas explicit statement made Eloquence 9 pp. To become locally
- Mama is a sunrise 459-460 and p. and globally
by Evelyn Tooley EN9VC-IVd1.3/2.3: Formulate 462 competitive
Hunt predictions based on the material
2. Expressing viewed Initiative and self-
Obligation in direction
Statements in oral EN9V-IVd-29: Get familiar with
Written Forms the technical vocabulary for drama Creativity
and theater (like stage directions)
Critical thinking
EN9LT-IVd-17: Analyze literature
as a means of understanding Productivity and
unchanging values in a changing accountability
world

EN9LT-IVd2.2.2: Explain the


literary devices used

EN9WC-IVd-11: Compose a play


review.

EN9OL-IVd-2: Employ effective


and appropriate non-verbal
communication strategies

EN9G-IVd-23: Express
permission, obligation, and
prohibition.
Week 5 1. Explaining the EN9RC-IVe-2.18: Relate text - Discussion FOR: Internet and Develop creative
literary devices content to particular social issues, - Symposium Seatwork library sources and analytical
used concerns, or dispositions in real - Drama presentation (excerpts) Homework thinking among
READING life Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
SELECTIONS: Quiz 463-464 and p. conformity to the
- Barter by Sara EN9LC-IVe-8.8: Compare and 465 rules
Teasdale contrast ideas listened to
- Signatures by Eloquence 9 pp. To become locally
Candace Thurber EN9VC-IVe1.3/2.3: Formulate 469-470 and p. and globally
Stevenson predictions based on the material 472 competitive
2. Composing a play viewed
reviw Initiative and self-
3. Modal verbs used EN9V-IVe-29: Get familiar with direction
for prohibition the technical vocabulary for drama
and theater (like stage directions) Creativity

EN9LT-IVe-17: Analyze literature Critical thinking


as a means of understanding
unchanging values in a changing Productivity and
world accountability

EN9LT-IVe2.2.2: Explain the


literary devices used

EN9WC-IVe-11: Compose a play


review

EN9OL-IVe-2: Employ effective


and appropriate non-verbal
communication strategies
EN9G-IVe-23: Express
permission, obligation, and
prohibition writing an evaluation
Week 6 1. Differentiating EN9RC-IVf-2.22: Judge the - Picture talk FOR: Eloquence 9 p. Develop creative
biases from relevance and worth of ideas, - Reflective essay Seatwork 480 and analytical
prejudices soundness of author’s reasoning, - Acting out some parts of the Homework thinking among
2. Changing direct and the effectiveness of the excerpts Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
speech to indirect presentation Quiz 473-479 and pp. conformity to the
speech 480-481 rules
EN9LC-IVf-13.3: Differentiate SUM:
biases from prejudices Mini-task Eloquence 9 pp. To become locally
482-484 and globally
EN9VC-IVf1.3/2.3: Formulate competitive
predictions based on the material
viewed Initiative and self-
direction
EN9V-IVf-29: Get familiar with
the technical vocabulary for drama Creativity
and theater (like stage directions).
Critical thinking
EN9LT-IVf-17: Analyze literature
as a means of understanding Productivity and
unchanging values in a changing accountability
world

EN9LT-IVf2.2.3: Determine tone,


mood, technique, and purpose of
the author

EN9WC-IVf-11: Compose a play


review

EN9OL-IVf-1.14: Use the


appropriate suprasegmentals:
pitch, stress, juncture, intonation,
etc.

EN9G-IVf-1: Change direct to


indirect speech and vice versa
Week 7 1. Determining the EN9RC-IVg-2.22: Judge the - Discussion FOR: Eloquence 9 p. Develop creative
tone, mood, relevance and worth of ideas, - Film watching and small group Seatwork 494 and analytical
technique, and soundness of author’s reasoning, talks Homework thinking among
purpose of the and the effectiveness of the Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
author presentation Quiz 486-492 conformity to the
READING rules
SELECTIONS: EN9LC-IVg-13.4: Judge the Eloquence 9 pp.
- After twenty years relevance and truthfulness of the 495-497 To become locally
by O. Henry ideas listened to and globally
- Nobel prize competitive
acceptance speech EN9VC-IVg-14: Take a stand on
by John Steinbeck critical issues brought up in the Initiative and self-
2. Changing direct material viewed direction
speech to indirect
speech EN9V-IVg-29: Get familiar with Creativity
the technical vocabulary for drama
and theater (like stage directions) Critical thinking

EN9LT-IVg-17: Analyze literature Productivity and


as a means of understanding accountability
unchanging values in a changing
world

EN9LT-IVg2.2.3: Determine tone,


mood, technique, and purpose of
the author

EN9WC-IVg-11: Compose a play


review

EN9OL-IVg-1.14: Use the


appropriate suprasegmentals:
pitch, stress, juncture, intonation,
etc.

EN9G-IVg-1: Change direct to


indirect speech and vice versa
Week 8 1. Drawing EN9RC-IVh-2.22: Judge the - Drawing and constructing a FOR: Internet and Develop creative
similarities and relevance and worth of ideas, graphic or advance organizer Seatwork library sources and analytical
differences of the soundness of author’s reasoning, - Individual reading and Homework thinking among
featured selections and the effectiveness of the reflective writing Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
in relation to theme presentation - Writing the parts of a play Quiz 501-502 conformity to the
READING review rules
SELECTIONS: EN9LC-IVh-2.15: Judge the Eloquence 9 p.
- The courage that validity of the evidence listened to 505 To become locally
my mother had by and globally
Edna St. Vincent EN9VC-IVh-14: Take a stand on competitive
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still” by Robert direction
Fulghum EN9V-IVh-29: Get familiar with
2. Using words to the technical vocabulary for drama Creativity
express evaluation and theater (like stage directions)
Critical thinking
EN9LT-IVh-17: Analyze literature
as a means of vocabulary for Productivity and
drama and theater (like stage accountability
directions)

EN9WC-IVh-11: Compose a play


review

EN9OL-IVh-3.10: Use appropriate


multi-media resources
appropriately, effectively and
efficiently

EN9G-IVh-24: Use words to


express evaluation
Week 9 1. Explaining how a EN9RC-IVi-2.22: Judge the - Discussion FOR: Eloquence 9 pp. Develop creative
selection may be relevance and worth of ideas, - Observing tense consistency Seatwork 516-517 and analytical
influenced by soundness of author’s reasoning, - Short talks Homework thinking among
culture, history, and the effectiveness of the - Perform a full-length play Recitation Eloquence 9 pp. the learners;
environment, or presentation Quiz 509-510 and pp. conformity to the
other factors 511-512 rules
READING EN9LC-IVi-8.7: Make SUM:
SELECTIONS: generalizations Performance Internet and To become locally
- Moonlight in task library sources and globally
Manila Bay by EN9VC-IVi-14: Take a stand on competitive
Fernando M. critical issues brought up in the
Maramag material viewed Initiative and self-
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Heidelberg EN9V-IVi-29: Get familiar with
(Translated by the technical vocabulary for drama Creativity
Nick Joaquin) by and theater (like stage directions)
Jose P. Rizal Critical thinking
EN9LT-IVi-17: Analyze literature
as a means of understanding Productivity and
unchanging values in a changing accountability
world

EN9LT-IVi-3: Explain how a


selection may be influenced by
culture, history, environment, or
other factors

EN9WC-IVi-11: Compose a play


review

EN9OL-IVi-3.10: Use appropriate


multi-media resources
appropriately, effectively and
efficiently

EN9G-IVi-25: Observe tense


consistency in writing an
evaluation