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M OD UL E 1

I T A L I Z I N G O N S T R E NG T H S
L E SSO N 3 : C A P
NI Z I N G O U R W E A K NE S S E S
AND R E C O G
OBJECTIVES:
AT THE END OF THIS PERIOD, YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO:
A. DETERMINE HOW TEXTUAL AIDS LIKE ADVANCE ORGANIZERS HELP YOU IN
UNDERSTANDING OF THE TEXT;
B. DETERMINE THE IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT SIGNALS VERBAL AND NON VERBAL
USED BY THE SPEAKER TO HIGHLIGHT SIGNIFICANT POINTS;
C. EXPRESS INSIGHTS BASED ON IDEAS PRESENTED IN THE MATERIAL VIEWED;
AND
D. EXPLAIN HOW ELEMENTS SPECIFIC TO GENRE CONTRIBUTE TO A THEME OF
A PARTICULAR LITERARY SELECTION.
TASK 1:
BOY-GIRL
POWER
TAS K 2 : L ET IT
GO!
VOCABULARY ENHANCEMENT
INSPIRATION A. SOMETHING THAT BRINGS ON CREATIVE ACTIVITY
B. MOTIVATION
LYRE A. A SMALL STRINGED MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
B. SIMILAR TO A HARP
ENTRANCED A. TO PUT SOMEBODY INTO TRANCE
B. CHARMED
CONDEMNED A. TO EXPRESS AN UNFAVORABLE OR ADVERSE JUDGMENT
B. DOOMED
SUMMONED A. SENT FOR
B. CALLED FORTH
WATCH AND LEARN!
ELEMENTS
OF PLOT
PLOT IS THE ORGANIZED
PATTERN OR SEQUENCE OF
EVENTS THAT MAKE UP A
WHAT IS PLOT? STORY. EVERY PLOT IS
MADE UP OF A SERIES OF
INCIDENTS THAT ARE
RELATED TO ONE
ANOTHER.
EXPOSITION
This usually occurs at the beginning of a short
story. Here the characters are introduced. We
also learn about the setting of the story. Most
importantly, we are introduced to the main
conflict (main problem).
RISING ACTION
THIS PART OF THE STORY BEGINS TO DEVELOP
THE CONFLICT(S). A BUILDING OF INTEREST OR
SUSPENSE OCCURS.
CLIMAX
THIS IS THE TURNING POINT OF THE STORY. USUALLY THE
MAIN CHARACTER COMES FACE TO FACE WITH A
CONFLICT. THE MAIN CHARACTER WILL CHANGE IN
SOME WAY.
FALLING ACTION
ALL LOOSE ENDS OF THE PLOT ARE TIED UP.
THE CONFLICT(S) AND CLIMAX ARE TAKEN CARE
OF.
RESOLUTION
THE STORY COMES TO A REASONABLE
ENDING.
Putting It All Together
1. Exposition Beginning of
Story
2. Rising Action

3. Climax Middle of Story

4. Falling Action
5. Resolution End of Story
ROLE PLAY
Task Description:

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Criteria ght
Exceptional Admirable Acceptable Attempted
Factual information Factual Factual Information is
is accurate information is information is inaccurate
Understandin Indicates a clear mostly accurate somewhat Presentation is off
40%
g of Topic understanding of Good accurate topic
topic understanding of Fair understanding
topic of topic
Accepts ideas of Accepts most Unwilling to Group does not
others; able to ideas without compromise work together
compromise negative Few members One person does
Cooperation 30% All members comments; able to contribute all the work
contribute compromise
Some members
contribute
Shows confidence Shows some Unsure of Portrayal stalls
Informative confidence responsibility Lacks information
Entertaining; Presents some Somewhat Audience bored
engages audience information informative Mumbles
Presentation 30%
Speaks loudly and Engages audience Engages audience Body language is
clearly Can be heard intermittently lacking;
Appropriate use of Some use of body Hard to hear inappropriate
body language language Some movement
GROUP ACTIVITY:
FORM THREE (3) GROUPS
BASED FROM THE STORY ORPHEUS
IDENTIFY THE ELEMENTS OF PLOT WITH
THE USE OF A GRAPHIC ORGANIZER
PRESENT YOUR OUTPUT IN CLASS.
ASSIGNMENT:

RESEARCH SOME MOVIES THAT ARE


ADAPTED FROM NOVELS OR OTHER
WRITTEN WORKS.