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Apostolic Vicariate of Calapan Parochial Schools

HOLY INFANT ACADEMY


Grade School - Grade 3
English Department

COURSE SYLLABUS

COURSE TITLE

English 3

COURSE TEACHER

Ms. Jamaica V. Jonson

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The English 3 focuses on developing pupils’ listening skills to get information


from the different literary materials such as short stories, poems, folk tales, legends,
fables, biographies, and essays. It will also be a big help in pupils’ master reading,
speaking, writing and will connect them with global community. The pupils will find
connections between oral and written language- learn about it and through it. It also
demonstrates independence in using the basic language structure in oral and written
communication, and reads with comprehension.

COURSE GOALS

This course should enable students to:

1. Listen critically to get information from text heard, demonstrate


independence in using the basic language structure in oral and written
communication, and reads with comprehension.
2. Transfer learning through composing and delivering simple speech about
themselves.
3. Compose simple questions using the tenses of verb and express their
feelings and opinions while observing turn-taking.
4. Identify rhyming words, give the meaning of the word through context
clues and retell the story using correct pronouns.
5. Communicate effectively in oral and written forms using the discussed
grammatical structures.
COURSE ORGANIZATION

QUARTER 1

A. Oral Language
1. Initiate conversations with peers in a variety of school settings
2. Express ideas in a conversational manner
3. Express one’s ideas by presenting a skit
4. Share relevant information
5. Recount specific/significant events
6. Synthesize and restate information shared by others
7. Connect information heard to personal experience
B. Listening Comprehension
1. Activate prior knowledge based on the stories to be read
2. Listen to a variety of literary and expository text
a. Note important details
b. Sequence at least 3 events using signal words
c. Retell some parts of the story
d. Differentiate real from make- believe
e. Infer feelings and traits of characters
f. Identify cause and effect
g. Draw conclusions
3. Listen to poems
a. Identify the rhyming words
b. Give a simple paraphrase
C. Reading Comprehension
1. Read simple sentences and levelled stories
a. Note details regarding character, setting and plot
b. Sequence 3 events
2. Describe literary elements of texts
3. Make and confirm predictions about texts
D. Writing/ Composition
1. Write different forms of simple composition as a response to stories/ poem
a. Write sentences about ones’ drawing
b. Note of advice
c. Descriptive paragraph
d. Another ending for a story
e. Diary
f. Short paragraph
E. Phonics and Word Recognition and Spelling
1. Short e, a and I words in CVC pattern
2. Words with short o sound in CVC pattern
3. Recognize common sight words
4. Words with short u sound in CVC pattern
5. Words with different medial vowels
6. Read phrases and sentences and short stories consisting of short vowel words
7. Read 2- syllable words consisting of short e to u sound
F. Fluency
1. Grade 3 level texts consisting of 2- syllable words with short vowel sound
2. Prose and poetry consisting of long vowel words
3. Stories/poems consisting of short a, e, i and o words
4. Sentences and stories with short u words
5. 2- syllable words consisting of short e to u words
G. Grammar
1. Distinguish sentences from non- sentences
2. Construct simple sentences
3. Use declarative sentence
4. Differentiate declarative from an interrogative sentence
5. Use proper punctuation for declarative and interrogative sentences
6. Construct declarative and interrogative sentences
7. Exclamatory sentence
8. Imperative sentence
9. Use different kinds of sentences
10. Sentences
11. Use appropriate punctuation marks
12. Nouns
a. Nouns in simple sentences
b. Common nd proper nouns
c. Plural form of regular nouns by adding /s/ or /es/
13. Plural form of irregular nouns
H. Vocabulary Development
1. Give the meaning of words used in stories listened to
2. Show understanding of meaning of short o words
3. Show understanding of meaning of short u words
4. Classify common words into conceptual categories
5. Meaning of 2- syllable words consisting of short e to u words
I. Attitude
1. Read – along of texts
J. Study Strategy
1. Arrange words with different first letter in alphabetical order
2. One’s comprehension by scanning and skimming
3. Follow instructions given orally
QUARTER 2

A. Oral Language
1. Asking simple questions
2. One to three step directions
3. Restate and retell information
4. Recall and share experiences
5. Retell familiar stories to other children
B. Listening Comprehension
1. Set of verbal three- step directions
2. Prior knowledge based on new knowledge formed
3. Variety of literary and expository texts
a. Note important details
b. Sequencing events
c. Retell some parts of the story
d. Differentiate real from make- believe
e. Infer feelings and traits of characters
f. Cause and effect
g. Drawing conclusions
4. Simple inferences about thoughts and feelings based from texts
5. Sequencing events
C. Reading Comprehension
1. Rereads, monitors and self-correct one’s comprehension
2. Note details in a given texts
3. Simple predictions
4. Simple sentences and levelled stories
a. Note details regarding character, setting and plot
b. Sequence three events
5. Sequencing events in a literary selection
D. Writing/ Composition
1. Ideas through prewriting activities
a. Brainstorming
b. Webbing
c. Drawing
2. Write at least three sentences from familiar sources
3. Different forms of simple composition as a response to stories
4. Draw and write sentences about one’s rawing
a. A note of advice
b. Thank you letter
c. Descriptive paragraph
d. Another ending for a story
e. A diary
f. Short paragraph
5. Punctuation marks
E. Phonological Awareness
1. How spoken words are represented by written letters that are arranged in a
specific order
2. Sounds and count syllables in words
F. Phonics and Word Recognition and Spelling
1. Words with initial consonant blends (l, r, and s blends) followed by short
vowel sounds
2. Phrases, sentences and short stories consisting of words with initial
consonant blends
3. Words with final blends (-st, -lt, -nd, -nt, -ft) preceded by short e, a, i, o and u
words
4. Phrases, sentences and short stories consisting of words with final consonant
blends
5. Words with initial and final consonant digraph ch
6. Phrases, sentences and short stories consisting of words with consonant
digraph ch and sh
G. Fluency
1. Grade 3 level texts consisting of 2- syllable words with long vowel sounds
2. Prose and poetry consisting of long vowel words
3. Sentences and stories with words beginning and consonant blends
4. Sentences and stories consisting of words with ending consonant blends
5. Sentences with words consisting of initial and final ch and sh
6. Sentences and stories with words consisting of chand sh words
H. Spelling
1. One- to- two syllable words with consonant blends
2. Words with ending consonant blends
3. Words with consonant digraphs h and sh
4. Words with initial and final consonant blend and consonant digraph
I. Grammar
1. Verbs
a. Using be verbs correctly in the sentences
b. Action words in simple sentences
c. Past tense of regular verbs
d. Verbs in simple present and past tense
e. Verbs in simple future tense
J. Vocabulary Development
1. Meaning of words with initial consonant blends
2. Meaning from repetitive language structures review
3. Meaning of words with final consonant blends
4. Meaning of words with consonant digraphs ch
5. Meaning of words with consonant digraphs sh
K. Attitude
1. Participate/ engage in a read- along of texts
2. Revisit favourite books, songs, rhymes
3. Identify favorite authors and stories
L. Study Strategy
1. Arrange words with the same first letter but a different second letter in
alphabetically order
2. Follow one-to-three step directions
3. Use graphic organizers to show understanding of text
4. Locate information using print and non- print resources

QUARTER 3

A. Oral Language
1. Listen and respond to others
2. Follow and explain processes
3. Express opinions and feelings about other’s ideas
4. Engage in discussion about specific topic
5. Ask and respond to questions about informational texts
6. Compare and contrast information heard
B. Listening Comprehension
1. Recall details from text
2. Possible solutions to problem
3. Infer print sources
4. Validate ideas made after listening to a story
5. Activate prior knowledge based on new knowledge formed
6. Activate prior knowledge based on the stories to be read
7. Variety of literary and expository texts
a. Note important detail
b. Sequence at least three events
c. Retell some part of the story
d. Differentiate real from make believe
e. Feelings and traits of characters
f. Cause and effect
g. Drawing conclusions
8. Prediction about texts
9. Realistic and fantasy
10. Elements and informational/factual text
C. Reading Comprehension
1. Effects based on a given cause
2. Making inferences and drawing conclusions based on texts
3. Distinguishing fact from opinion
4. Cause and effect
5. Inferences based from texts
6. Different sources of information in reading
7. Reading simple sentences and levelled stories
a. Note details regarding character, setting and plot
b. Sequencing three events
D. Writing/ Composition
1. Ideas through prewriting activities
2. Write at least three sentences from familiar sources
3. Punctuation marks
4. Complete patterned poems using rhyme words
E. Phonics and Word Recognition
1. Words with long a sound
2. Sentences, stories, and poems consisting of long a words
3. Words with long i sound
4. Sentences, stories and poems consisting of ling i words
5. Words with long o sound
6. Sentences, stories and poems consisting of long o words
7. Words with long u sound
8. Words with long a, i, o, and u and phrases, sentences and stories containing
these words
9. Sentences, stories and poems consisting of long u words
10. 2- syllable words with long vowel sound
F. Fluency
1. Grade 3 level text consisting of words with long vowel sound
2. Grade 3 level text consisting of 2-syllable words with long vowel sound
3. Read aloud from prose and poetry consisting of long vowel words
4. Read with automaticity 100 2nd and 3rd grade high frequency/sight words
5. Punctuation mark
G. Spelling
1. Words that were introduced during word recognition
2. Irregularly spelled words
3. Capitalization rules
H. Grammar
1. Pronouns
a. Demonstrative pronouns
b. Personal pronouns
c. Possessive pronouns
2. Adjectives
a. Descriptive adjectives
I. Vocabulary Development
1. Recognizing common abbreviations
2. Giving the synonyms
3. Understanding of meaning of long vowel words (a,i,o and u)
4. Increasing vocabulary through synonyms and antonyms
5. Identifying homonyms
6. Identifying homographs
7. Identifying hyponyms
J. Attitude
1. Identify favorite authors and stories
2. Creative responding to stories
3. Take books from home to school or vise – versa for independent share extra
reading
4. Express feelings and opinions
K. Study Strategy
1. Information from index and table of contents
2. Variety of ways to share information

4th QUARTER

A. Oral Language
1. Present information in varied artistic ways
2. Variety of ways to share information
3. Questions about informational texts
4. Compare and contrast information

B. Listening Comprehension
1. Elements of an informational/factual texts
2. Informational reports
3. Three-step directions
4. Conversations
5. Activate prior knowledge based on new knowledge
6. Activate prior knowledge based on the stories
7. Variety of literary and expository texts
a. Note important details
b. Sequence at least 3 events
c. Retell some parts of the story
d. Differentiate a real from make-believe
e. Infer feelings and traits of characters
f. Cause and effect
g. Drawing conclusions
8. Personal recounts
9. Explanation
10. Facts from informational texts

C. Reading Comprehension
1. Cause and effect
2. Understanding of a story
3. Simple sentences and levelled stories
a. Note details
b. Sequencing 3 events
4. Simple maps of unfamiliar places signs and symbols
5. Pictographs
6. Simple graphs and tables

D. Writing/Composition
1. Write a simple story
2. Card for various occasions

E. Phonics and Word Recognition and Spelling


1. Words with vowel digraphs ai
2. Match words, phrases and sentences containing these words with pictures
3. Stories containing these words
4. Words with vowel digraphs ea and ee and phrases, sentences and stories
5. Words with vowel digraphs oo and oaa
6. Words, phrases and sentences containing these words with pictures
7. Stories containing these words
8. Words with vowel diphthongs oy, oi, ou and ow
9. Match these words with the appropriate pictures
10. Phrases, and sentences and short stories consisting of these words
11. Irregularly spelled words

F. Fluency
1. Grade 3 level texts consisting of words with vowel digraphs and diphthongs
2. Read aloud from prose and poetry
3. Grade 3 level text consisting of 2-syllable words with long vowel sound
4. Read aloud from prose and poetry consisting of long vowel words
5. Read with automaticity 100 2nd and 3rd grade high frequency/sight words
6. Punctuation mark
7. Reading poems

G. Spelling
1. Words that were introduced during word recognition
2. Irregularly spelled words
3. Capitalization rules

H. Grammar
1. Prepositions
2. Synonyms and antonyms of common adjectives
3. Degrees of adjectives
4. Adverbs of manner

I. Vocabulary Development
1. Homonyms
2. Clues from the context
3. What words mean based on how they are used in sentence
4. Using homonyms correctly
5. Use known words to perform artistic theme- based activities
6. Meaning of words with vowel diphthongs
7. Word with affixes

J. Attitude
1. Identify favorite authors and stories
2. Creative responses to stories
3. Take books from home to school or vise-versa for independent/shared extra
reading

K. Study Strategy
1. Simple written directions
2. Simple maps of places
3. Pictograph
4. Simple tables
5. Bar graphs
CLASS SCHEDULE

QUARTER 1

Week 1 (Jun 6-8) Course Syllabus [Presentation/Orientation]

Week 2 (Jun 11-15) Listen to a variety of literary and expository texts

Give the meaning of words used in story

Week 3 (Jun 18-22) Construct simple sentences

Identify the different kinds of sentences

Use proper punctuation marks

Week 4 (Jun 25-29) Use appropriate punctuation marks

Week 5 (Jul 2-6) Listening to poem

Identify the rhyming words

Week 6 (Jul 9-13) Identify nouns

Classify common and proper nouns

Use nouns in simple sentences

Week 7 (Jul 16-20) Reading with accuracy, appropriate speed and correct
intonation 2- syllable words consisting of short e to u
words

Show understanding of meaning of 2- syllable words


consisting of short e to u words through drawing,
actions and using them in correctly sentences

Week 8 (Jul 23-27) Use plural form of regular nouns by adding /s/ or
/es/

Use plural form of frequently occurring irregular


nouns

Week 9 (Jul 30- Aug 3) Reading phrases, sentences and short stories
consisting of short vowel words and the question
about them

Read 2- syllable words consisting of short e to u


sound
Week 10 (Aug 6-7) PERIODICAL TEST

Week 11 (Aug 9-15) PERFORMANCE TASK

Week 12 (Aug 20-24) Reading words with initial consonant blends (l, r
and s blends)

Spell one- to- two syllable words with consonant


blends

Show understanding of meaning of words with


initial consonant blends through drawing, actions,
and using them in sentences

Week 13 (Aug 27-31) Using be verbs correctly in sentences

Week 14 (Sep 3-7) Reading phrases, sentences and short stories


consisting
of words with initial consonant blends

Reading with accuracy, speed and proper phrasing


sentences and stories with words beginning in
consonant blends

Week 15 (Sep. 10- Sep. 14) Identifying and using action words in simple
sentences

Forming and using the past tense of frequently


occurring regular verbs

Week 16 (Sep 17-21) INTRACAD FEST

Week 17 (Sep 24-28) Listening to a variety of literary and expository texts

a. Retell some part of the story


b. Note details regarding character, setting and plot
c. Infer feelings and traits of character

Writing a simple composition as a response to


stories/poems listened to

Week 18 (Oct 1-5) Using verb in simple present tense

Using verbs in simple present and past tense

Week 19 (Oct 8-9) SECOND PERIODIC TEST

Week 20 (Oct 11-17) PERFORMANCE TASK


Week 21 (Oct 18-24) Reading words with initial and final consonant
digraph ch
Spell words with consonant digraphs ch and sh
Showing understanding of meaning of words with
consonant digraphs ch through drawing, actions
and using them in sentences
Week 22 (Nov 5-9) Using verbs in simple future tense

Week 23 (Nov 12-16) Reading phrases, sentences and short stories


consisting of words with consonant digraph ch and
sh and other words previously studied and the
questions about them
Spell words with initial and final consonant
digraphs
Show understanding of meaning of words with
consonant digraphs sh through drawing, actions
and using them in sentences
Week 24 (Nov 19-20) First Preliminary Test

Week 25 (Nov 21-23) Recall details from texts viewed/listened to


Identify possible solutions to problems
Identify several effects based on a given cause
Participate in generating ideas through
prewriting activities
Week 26 (Nov 26-30) Using demonstrative pronouns

Using personal pronouns

Week 27 (Nov 3-7) Read grade 3 level texts consisting of words with
long vowel sound

Read grade 3 texts consisting of 2- syllable words


with long vowel sound

Week 28 (Dec 10-14) Recognising words represented by common


abbreviation

Give synonyms and antonyms of words

Increase vocabulary through synonyms and


antonyms

Homonyms

Homographs
Week 29 (Dec 19-20) THIRD PERIODIC TEST

Week 30 (Jan 7-11) PERFORMANCE TASK

Week 31 (Jan 14-18) Read words with long i sound

Read sentences, stories and poems consisting of


long i words and questions about them

Week 32 (Jan 21-25) Read words with vowel digraphs ai

Read grade 3 level texts consisting of words with


vowel digraphs and diphthongs

Spell words that were introduced during word


recognition

Week 33 (Jan 28-Feb 1) Giving the correct meaning of homonyms

Use homonyms correctly

Week 34 (Jan 29- Feb 2) Identify the use of elements of an


informational/factual text heard

Week 35 (Feb 4-6) Using clues from the context to figure out what
words mean

Determine what words mean based on how they


are used in a sentence

Week 36 (Feb 7-8) Second Preliminary Test

Week 37 (Feb 11-15) Reading words with vowel digraphs ea and ee


phrases, sentences and stories containing these
words

Reading words with vowel digraphs oo

Week 39 (Feb 26-March 1) Use capitalization rules in word and sentence


level

Spell some irregularly spelled words

Week 40 (March 4-8) Read simple sentences and stories

Take in creative part of responses to stories


like preparing journal and other oral
presentations
Week 41 (Mar 11-13) Give the synonyms and antonyms of common
adjectives

Using the degrees of adjectives in making


comparisons

Week 42 (March 14-15) Final Examination

COURSE REQUIREMENTS
All students are required to:
1. Attend all class periods;
2. Provide lecture and test notebooks (yellow with plastic cover and name)
3. Provide a personal textbook with plastic cover and name
4. Complete all the assigned tasks such; homework, outputs and projects weekly
Written output/Performance Tasks;
5. Pass the Minor Examinations [Weekly Assessment Tests (WAT)] and Major
Examinations [Quarterly Assessment] (QT)

COURSE EVALUATION
1. Written works (WW) 30%
Quizzes
Assignments
Other written outputs
2. Performance Task (PETA) 50 %
3. Quarterly Examination 20 %