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School SICO 1.

0 NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL (GRADE 7- 12) Grade 11


Level
SY 2019 -2020 Teacher MA. ALONA T. DIMACULANGAN Learning Reading &
DAILY LESSON LOG Area Writing Skills
Teaching Dates and Time November 26, 2019 Quarter First
HUMSS PLATO ABM FORBES HUMSS STEM NEWTON
7:15- 8:15 11 8:15- 9:15 ARISTOTLE 1:30- 2:30
M/T/W/TH M/T/W/TH 11:45- 12:45 T/W/TH/F
T/W/TH/F
I. OBJECTIVES

A. Content Standard The learner...


realizes that information in a written text may be selected and organized to achieve a particular purpose.
B. Performance Standard The learner...
critiques a chosen sample of each pattern of development focusing on information selection, organization, and development.
C. Learning  Identifies properties of a well-written text EN11/12RWS-IIIgh-4
Competency/Objectives
II. CONTENT RWS11.1. Reading and Thinking Strategies across Text types
 Identifies the properties of a well-written Text EN11/12RWS-IIIgh-4
 express unique ideas relevant to the topic;
 familiarize students with the properties of well written paragraph through exploratory activities, and
 critic a paragraph following the properties of well written text
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 Resource www.time4writing.com/free-writing-resources
https://www.slideshare.net/.../properties-of-a-well-written-text-88147656
https://en.islcollective.com/english-esl-worksheets/vocabulary/advertisingmarketing/understanding-and-analysing-advertisements/50379
https://www.wheninmanila.com/only-in-the-philippines-funny-filipino-advertisements/
https://en.islcollective.com/english-esl worksheets/vocabulary/advertisingmarketing/advertisements-and-advertising/42016
https://www.academia.edu/34256187/READING_AND_WRITING_First_Quarter_Period_PROPERTIES_OF_A_WELL-WRITTEN_TEXT?auto=download

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IV. PROCEDURES Activity- Based
1. Reviewing previous 1.Applied knowledge of content within and across curriculum
lesson or presenting teaching areas
the new lesson
7. Planned, managed and implemented developmentally
sequenced teaching and learning
processes to meet curriculum requirements and varied teaching
contexts
 The teacher will present the pictures to the students and ask some
from the class to read each text from it.

 The teacher will integrate the pictures in business advertisement or


in marketing strategies.
2. Establishing a purpose The teacher will ask the students the following questions: 2. Used a range of teaching strategies that enhance learner
for the lesson  What significant observations can you get from each picture? achievement in literacy and numeracy
 Do you think those were done in purpose? Yes or no? skills.
Explain.
3. Presenting The teacher will give differentiated activities to the students. 3. Applied a range of teaching strategies to develop critical and
examples/Instances of Instruction: creative thinking, as well as other higher order thinking skills
the new lesson 1. The students shall perform each task according to their
groupings in this subject. 4. Managed classroom structure to engage learners,
2. One representative from each group will be the one to pick their individually or in groups, in meaningful exploration, discovery
task from the canister. and hands-on activities within a range of physical learning
3. All the tasks must be completed after 5 minutes. environments
4. Each group representative shall present and share their output in
the class for 3 minutes. 5. Managed learner behaviour constructively by applying positive
and non-violent discipline to ensure learning focused
1: Arrange Me environments
The students will be given a selection and they have to arrange it in a
logical manner.
6. Used differentiated, developmentally appropriate learning
2: Rewrite Me experiences to address learners’ gender, needs, strengths,
The students will be asked to rewrite the sentences without forgetting the interests and experiences.
missing punctuations.
9. Selected, developed, organized and used appropriate
3: I Don’t Belong teaching and learning resources, including ICT, to address
The students will be given a reading selection and will ask them to learning goals.
identify which paragraph do not belong on it based on the idea of the
selection. 10. Designed, selected, organized and used diagnostic,
formative and summative assessment strategies consistent with
4: Write Something Out of Me curriculum requirements.
The teacher will ask the students to choose one picture from what has
shown earlier and come up with a short paragraph following its
sequence, introduction, body and conclusion.
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Please the attached activities.
5. Discussing new  What obstacles did you find in completing the activity?
concepts and
practicing new skills #
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6. Discussing new  The teacher will share some lectures on the properties of well 2. Used a range of teaching strategies that enhance learner
concepts and written paragraph and hand some printed lectures to the achievement in literacy and numeracy skills.
practicing new skills # students.
2  Please see attached printed presentation and lecture hand 3. Applied a range of teaching strategies to
out. develop critical and creative thinking, as
well as other higher order thinking skills
7. Developing mastery
(leads to Formative
Assessment 3)

8. Finding practical Critic the paragraph entitled “Advertisements and Advertising” if it follows the properties of a well written 3. Applied a range of
application of concepts paragraph according to the criteria below. teaching strategies to
and skills in daily living Advertisements & Advertising develop critical and
creative thinking, as
No matter where you look you will see ads or advertisements. They are everywhere: In newspaper in magazines on TV on radio on the internet when well as other higher order
you play games on the compter, on clothing on balloons and blimps, on... Well they are a part of your life. There are many that you might not even thinking skills
notice them
5. Managed learner
To advertise means to call something to the attention of the puclic. That can be done in many different ways street vendors advertise by calling out Behaviour constructively by
loudly: Bananas- 10 for 20 pesos! Others prefer to advertise their products on posters that can be found everwhere. Others again use Televison and applying positive and
Radio for purpose. advertisements have been around for a long time. In the old days you “advertised” politicians and had elections posters, baths, non-violent discipline
pubs etc. to ensure learning focused
environments
It is hard to imagine a world without Advertisements. they are everywhere and they pay for many things. Just think of all the programs on television
that are sponsored by a company or magazines that is full of ads. You would have to pay much more if they where not part of the magazine. When 9. Selected, developed,
you surf the net or play a game online, they are there. organized and used
appropriate teaching and
advertisements is necessary- thats what a lot of companies have experience. Just look at the coca- cola and pepsi story. Coca- Cola used to be learning resources,
preferred product when it came to cola. Pepsi took challenge and invented the Pepsi Challenge. In blind tests Pepsi was preferred by a lot of people. including ICT, to address
learning goals.
Ads are not the same in every country. you have to pay attention to traditions history and culture. What works in one country might not work in
another country. 10. Designed, selected,
organized and used
An important part of advertsising and seling products is the idea of brands. When you buy a particular brand, you are just buying brand, you are not diagnostic, formative and
just buying a product; you are buying an identity and a lifestyle. In the old days a brand meant something hot or Burning. Today it is an identifying summative assessment
logo, a mark or symbol that distinguishes one company or products from others. A good logo is unik and not easily confused with logos of other strategies consistent
companies. Many Logos are famous and have been around for a long time. with curriculum
requirements

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Rubric for the critiquing of text

Criteria 5 3 1
Organization Well- organized with clear topic, body, and Appropriate choice of words. Paragraph lacks a clear focus.
conclusion. Flows logically. Confusing order of detail.
Coherence/ Cohesion The major and minor details are unified More care needed to create Do not provide fluent details to
with one another, thus make it easy for its fluency. follow, hard to identify which is
readers to identify its main idea. the main idea.
Language Use The language used is specific and The language used is somehow Its language is inappropriate to its
appropriate to its readers. specific and appropriate to its readers due to its broad and
readers but uses unfamiliar general terms.
words.
Mechanics Accurate spelling, grammar, and With 1- 3 error in spelling and More than 5 errors in grammar
punctuation. Uses descriptive language. uses variety of words and spelling. Run- ons and lack
of punctuation mark.
Please see attached corrected paragraph.

9. Making generalizations
and abstractions about
the lesson
10. Evaluating learning
11. Additional activities for Rewrite the “Advertisements & Advertising” guided by the 2. Used a range of teaching strategies that enhance learner achievement in literacy
application or lecture on the hand outs given to you. You will be graded based and numeracy skills.
remediation on the same rubric.
3. Applied a range of teaching strategies to develop critical and creative thinking,
as well as other higher order thinking skills

I. REMARKS

II. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 11 HUMSS PLATO 11 ABM FORBES 11 HUMSS ARISTOTLE 1 STEM NEWTON
80% in the evaluation

B. No. of learners who require 11 HUMSS PLATO 11 ABM FORBES 11 HUMSS ARISTOTLE 1 STEM NEWTON
additional activities for
remediation who scored
below 80%

C. Did the remedial lessons 11 HUMSS PLATO 11 ABM FORBES 11 HUMSS ARISTOTLE 1 STEM NEWTON
work? No. of learners who
have caught up with the
lesson

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D. No. of learners who 11 HUMSS PLATO 11 ABM FORBES 11 HUMSS ARISTOTLE 1 STEM NEWTON
continue to require
remediation

E. Which of my teaching
strategies worked well?
Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I
encounter
G. which my principal or
supervisor can help me
solve?
H. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover
which I wish to share with
other teachers?

Submitted by:

MA. ALONA T. DIMACULANGAN Noted by:


Subject Teacher
JOCELYN P. ARQUILLO
Principal I

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Rewrite Me

Instruction: Rewrite the sentences without forgetting any missing punctuation marks ( commas, periods, semicolons, colons, apostrophes,
quotation marks, question marks, exclamation marks). Note: Some sentences may not have any punctuation missing. Use the space below for
your answer.

1. The temperatures dropped very quickly today as a result we are unprepared.

2. Mom told us When packing you need several things underwear outerwear, and toiletries.”

3. Can you hear me he asked before he shouted Hey Is anybody there

4. I was confident; everything was in its place, so I said that I was ready.

5. Let me know if you dont mind, how quickly youre planning to finish.

Answer:

1. The temperatures dropped very quickly today; as a result, we are unprepared.


2. Mom told us, “When packing, you need several things: underwear, outerwear, and toiletries.”
3. “Can you hear me?” he asked before he shouted, “Hey! Is anybody there?”
4. I was confident; everything was in its place, so I said that I was ready.
5. Let me know, if you don’t mind, how quickly you’re planning to finish.

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I Don’t Belong

Instruction: identify which paragraph does not belong on it based on the idea of the selection. Justify your answer.

AIDA Principle of Press Advertisements


How to Write A Great Advert
By Warren Brown

This remarkable principle is used for selling products or services through the medium of press advertisements.

After I scanned all the products on the shelves, I found this unfamiliar cheese which I have not tried eating once in my life. It was amazingly advertised
because the illustrations on the sticker were greatly made, with appropriate color combinations of White, Aqua Blue and a touch of Yellow on its background.
It is pleasing to the eyes. I must commend the company for having this kind of advertisement.

AIDA stands for Attention, Interest, Desire and Action. An advertisement must have these essential ingredients.

Attention: The headline of the advertisement must catch the attention of the reader.

Interest: The advertisement should arouse the interest of the reader making them want to know more. The illustration and the opening sentence should
generate interest in the mind of the reader.

Desire: The readers must have a desire to obtain the product or the service. This is contained in the main body of the advertisement.

Action: The readers are asked to act on what they have read in the advertisement, in this section of the advert the readers are told as to how they can buy
the product or the service.

source: https://en.islcollective.com/english-esl-worksheets/vocabulary/advertisingmarketing/understanding-and-analysing-advertisements/50379

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Write Something Out of Me
Instruction: Choose one picture below and come up with a short paragraph following its sequence, introduction, body and conclusion.
https://www.wheninmanila.com/only-in-the-philippines-funny-filipino-advertisements/

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Arrange Me
Instruction: Arrange the following in a logical sequence.

The Process of Creating an Advertisement in 9 Simple Steps

A. Deliver your advertisements


B. Set up your main objectives
C. Construct SWOT analysis of the product and the company
D. Research the market, the competition, your audience
E. Come up with a design process
F. Quantifying and analyzing the results
G. Select your channels
H. Brainstorm for fresh ideas
I. Identify your target audience
source: https://blog.bannersnack.com/create-advertisement-online/

Answer:

A. The SWOT analysis of the product and the company


B. Set up your main objectives
C. Research the market, the competition, your audience
D. Identify your target audience
E. Select your channels
F. Brainstorm for fresh ideas
G. The design process
H. Deliver your advertisements
I. Quantifying and analyzing the results

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Corrected paragraph

Advertisements & Advertising


1 No matter where you look you will see ads or advertisements. They are everywhere: In newspaper, in magazines, on TV, on radio on the internet, when you play
games on the computer, on clothing on balloons and blimps, on... Well they are a part of your life. There are many that you might not even notice them.
2 To advertise means to call something to the attention of the public. That can be done in many different ways. Street vendors advertise by calling out loudly: “Bananas- 10

for 20 pesos!” Others prefer to advertise their products on posters that can be found everywhere. Others again use television and radio for purpose. Advertisements have
been around for a long time. In the old days you “advertised” politicians and had elections posters, baths, pubs etc.
3 It is hard to imagine a world without Advertisements. They are everywhere and they pay for many things. Just think of all the programs on television that are sponsored by a

company or magazines that are full of ads. You would have to pay much more if they were not part of the magazine. When you surf the net or play a game online, they are
there.
4 Advertisements are necessary- that’s what a lot of companies have experience. Just look at the Coca- Cola and Pepsi story. Coca- Cola used to be preferred product when

it came to cola. Pepsi took challenge and invented the Pepsi Challenge. In blind tests Pepsi was preferred by a lot of people.
5 Ads are not the same in every country. You have to pay attention to traditions history and culture. What works in one country might not work in another country.
6 An important part of advertising and selling products is the idea of brands. When you buy a particular brand, you are just buying brand, you are not just buying a product;

you are buying an identity and a lifestyle. In the old days a brand meant something hot or burning. Today it is an identifying logo, a mark or symbol that distinguishes one
company or products from others. A good logo is unique and not easily confused with logos of other companies. Many logos are famous and have been around for a long
time.
source: https://en.islcollective.com/english-esl worksheets/vocabulary/advertisingmarketing/advertisements-and-advertising/42016

Rubric for Text Critiquing Your Rating: _________

Criteria 5 3 0
Organization Well- organized with clear topic, body, Appropriate choice of words. Paragraph lacks a clear focus. Confusing order of
and conclusion. Flows logically. detail.
Coherence/ Cohesion The major and minor details are unified More care needed to create fluency. Do not provide fluent details to follow, hard to
with one another, thus make it easy for its identify which is the main idea.
readers to identify its main idea.
Language Use The language used is specific and The language used is somehow specific and Its language is inappropriate to its readers due to
appropriate to its readers. appropriate to its readers but uses unfamiliar words. its broad and general terms.
Mechanics Accurate spelling, grammar, and With one error in spelling and uses variety of words More than 2 errors in grammar and spelling. Run-
punctuation. Uses descriptive language. ons and lack of punctuation mark.

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