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English 6 Grade 6 1st Quarter Week 1 Day 1 to 5

English 6 Grade 6 1st Quarter Week 1 Day 1 to 5

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English 6 Grade 6 1st Quarter Week 1 Day 1 to 5

  1. 1. ENGLISH 6 QUARTER 1 WEEK 1, DAY 1 Analyze sound devices ( onomatopoeia, alliteration, assonance, consonance)
  2. 2. PERFORMANCE STANDARD • Demonstrate understanding of various linguistics nodes to comprehend various texts. CONTENT STANDARD • Uses linguistic cues to appropriately construct meaning from variety of texts for a variety of purposes. ENGRC-Ia-2.3.1 ENGRC-Ia-2.3.2 ENGRC-Ia-2.3.3
  3. 3. Let’s Study This Poems are pieces of writing written in separate lines that usually have figurative language, repeated and irregular rhythm, rhyme. They convey experiences, ideas, or emotions in a vivid and imaginative way.
  4. 4. Let’s Study This Poems also have sound devices. Sound devices are tools used by poets to convey and reinforce the meaning or experience of poetry through the skillful use of sound.
  5. 5. SOUND DEVICES6 Can you imitate the sounds of the following picture???
  6. 6. Types of Sound Devices Onomatopoeia - This is a sound device which refers to the use of words whose sounds suggest their meanings. Examples: The bang of a gun The buzz of a bee The hiss of a snake The pop of a firecracker
  7. 7. Types of Sound Devices Alliteration - This is the repetition of the same initial consonant sounds of at least two words in a line of poetry. Example: he frog frolicked frivolously on the forest floor. Little skinny shoulder blades sticking through your clothes …struck out by a steed flying fearless and fleet
  8. 8. Types of Sound Devices Assonance - This is the repetition of vowel sounds at the beginning, middle or end of at least two words in a line of poetry. Example: Hear the mellow wedding bells (excerpt from by Edgar Allan Poe)
  9. 9. Types of Sound Devices Consonance - This is the repetition of consonant sounds at the middle or end of at least two words in a line of poetry. Example: He fumbles at your spirit As players at the keys Before they drop full music on; He stuns you by degrees (by Emily Dickinson)
  11. 11. Let’s Do This TITLE OF THE POEM : “THE BELLS” by Edgar Allan Poe ALLITERATION ASSONANCE CONSONANCE Task 1. Fill Out the Table! Listen as your teacher reads a poem. As you listen, take down the words from the poem that exemplify the following sound devices: ALLITERATION, ASSONANCE and CONSONANCE. Write your answers in each column.
  12. 12. Read, Analyze, Pick Out! Task 2…Read the following short poem titled “Running Water” by Lee Emmett. Pick out words from the poem that exemplify onomatopoeia, alliteration, assonance, and consonance. water plops into pond splish-splash downhill warbling magpies in tree trilling, melodic thrill whoosh, passing breeze flags flutter and flap frog croaks, bird whistles babbling bubbles from tap
  13. 13. Read and analyze the sound devices used in the sentences. 1. The early birds catches the worm. 2. The squeaky wheel gets the grease. 3. Go and mow the lawn. 4. The cows in the pasture mooed loudly. 5. The doors in the old house creaked as the wind blew through the broken windows.
  14. 14. “Let’s Enrich Ourselves” List down sentences with sound devices (onomatopoeia, alliteration , assonance and consonance)
  15. 15. ENGLISH 6 QUARTER 1 WEEK 1, DAY 2 Analyze sound devices ( onomatopoeia, alliteration, assonance, personification, irony, and hyperbole) in a text heard
  16. 16. PERFORMANCE STANDARD • Analyses text types to effectively understand information/messages(s) CONTENT STANDARD • Demonstrate understanding of various linguistics nodes to comprehend various texts ENGLC-Ia-2.3.1 ENGLC-Ia-2.3.8
  17. 17. FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE6 What makes a poem different from other literary piece?
  18. 18. Clouds all like silver lambs on low green hills, Feeding on blue meadows Watered by rills. Clouds are like snowy dawn Playing with winds; Clouds are small, willfull clues With playful minds
  19. 19. Clouds are huge butterflies Radiant with rays; Clouds are beasts of the wilds On stormy days. Clouds are the sky giants Their tears are rain Dropping on leafy plants Down on the plain.
  20. 20. Guide Questions: 1. What are clouds being compared in the poem? 2. What characteristics of clouds make them silver lambs? like snowy dawn? 3. What characteristics make them small, willful clues with playful minds? huge butterflies/ beast of the wild/ crying sky giants?
  21. 21. What are the figurative language used in the poem?
  22. 22. What is a figurative language? Figurative language is language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that is different from the literal interpretation. DIFFERENT TYPES OF FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
  23. 23. What is a simile? metaphor? Personification? Irony? Hyperbole?
  24. 24. Task 1- Identify what figure of speech is used in each of the following sentences. 1. The English language is like a account of a million words. a. simile b. metaphor c. personification
  25. 25. Identify what figure of speech is used in each of the following sentences. 2 .The dictionary is the bankbook that helps us use the words. a. simile b. metaphor c. personification
  26. 26. Identify what figure of speech is used in each of the following sentences. 3. The city’s voice itself is soft like solitudes. a. hyperbole b. metaphor c. irony
  27. 27. Identify what figure of speech is used in each of the following sentences. 4. The flowers danced happily in the wind. a. onomatopoeia b. Personification c. simile
  28. 28. Identify what figure of speech is used in each of the following sentences. 5. Mother is washing a mountain of dishes a. hyperbole b. Personification c. irony
  29. 29. Task 2- Identify the sound device or the figurative language exemplified by each of the following sentences __________ 1. A wicked whisper came and changed my life. __________ 2. The fire station burned down last night. __________ 3. The leaves danced in the wind on the cold October afternoon. __________ 4. Theophilus Thistle, the successful thistle sifter, thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of his thumb. __________ 5. Her brain is the size of a pea
  30. 30. Task 2- Identify the sound device or the figurative language exemplified by each of the following sentences ___________6. In my dream, I was somewhere and I saw the cutler, antler, battler. __________ 7. The house of my friend is hard to reach but when I arrived, I enjoy the nearby beach. __________ 8. The homeless survived in their cardboard palaces. __________ 9. “Woosh, woosh” of the howling wind can be heard in darkness. __________10. I’m starving! I can devour hundred tons of sandwiches and French fries any time.
  31. 31. Tell what figurative language is used in the following sentences. 1. The brain is like a gigantic government office. 2. Even if you spray it with all the perfume in the world, it will still smell. 3. The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls. 4. You are the wind beneath my wings. 5. The wind tapped like a tired man.
  32. 32. “Let’s Enrich Ourselves” Make your own simile , metaphor, personification, hyperbole, assonance, and alliteration using the following topics. 1. Rainbow 2. Forest 3. Sun 4. Birds 5. Ocean
  33. 33. ENGLISH 6 QUARTER 1 WEEK 1, DAY 3 Inferring meaning of idiomatic expression
  35. 35. IDIOMATIC EXPRESSION PERFORMANCE STANDARD Infer meaning of idiomatic expression using context clues CONTENT STANDARD Relate an experience appropriate to the occasion. ENGV-Ia-12.3.1 ENGV-Ia-2.3.1
  36. 36. The underlined group of words is an idiom. Choose the best meaning. 1. Whenever Rene is under the weather, he gets plenty of rest and takes vitamins. a. out in the rain b. ill c. exercising
  37. 37. 2. Marlon’s jokes wear thin after you’ve heard them ten times. a. becomes dull b. becomes shorter c. remains funny
  38. 38. 3. We like our neighborhood to look clean, so it burns up when we see someone littering in the streets. a. makes us feel hot b. makes us angry c. starts fire
  39. 39. 4. Although Ester did well in the spelling quiz, she tripped up when she came to the word giraffe. a. fell on the floor b. made a mistake c. spoke quietly
  40. 40. 5. The movie was so funny; it really had us in stitches. a. sewing b. laughing hard c. watching eagerly
  41. 41. * An idiomatic expression conveys a meaning different from its individual words. Neither can the idiom be readily analyzed from its grammatical construction.
  42. 42. * Although idioms cannot be explained by the strict rules of grammar, their long-continued, general use has given them recognition.
  43. 43. * Idiomatic expressions give force, color and vividness to our language. We use idiomatic expressions to make our speech and writing more interesting. Often, we can get the meaning of an idiomatic expression from context.
  44. 44. -DAVID BATES Speak gently ; it is better far To rule by love than fear, Speak gently ; let no harsh word mark The good we may do here. Speak gently to the little child; It’s love be sure to gain Teach it in accent soft and mild, It may not long remain. Read the poem.
  45. 45. -DAVID BATES Speak gently to the aged one; Grieve not the care-worn heart, Whose sands of life are nearly run; Let such in peace depart. Speak gently; it’s a little thing Dropped in the heart’s deep well The good the joy that it may bring Eternity shall tell.
  46. 46. a. What is the poem all about? b. What do the following phrases mean? - ‘Tis a little thing dropped in the hearts deep well.
  47. 47. _ Rule by love ;rule by fear - It’s love be sure to gain - Teach in accents soft and mild - Care-worn heart - Sands of life are nearly run
  48. 48. - Let such in peace depart - Heart’s deep well - Eternity shall tell c. How do we learn the meaning of each phrase? What help us understand it? d. What are the importance of idioms?
  49. 49. IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS Face the facts To accept reality Come down to earth To be practical; realistic Take it or Leave it Whether you accept it or not See the world To see life Serve one right To see life Serve one right To deal with one as he deserves Sound a person out Find out his intention Commit to memory To learn by heart Bury the hatchet To make peace Cry over spilt milk To cherish useless regrets Follow the crowd To act or believe as most people do Kills two birds with one stone Accomplishes two things at a time
  50. 50. Read and analyze the sentences. Choose the idioms used in each. 1. The foreigner can easily get along with the native. 2. The sampaguita in your car gives off a sweet smell. 3. Eden has a very attractive get up. 4. My mother looks forward to the coming of my sister from Hawaii 5. We have to look up to our parents.
  51. 51. What are idioms??? Idioms are expressions that cannot be understood simply by putting together the meaning of the individual words. They have meanings as whole expressions instead of individual words.
  52. 52. Get the meaning of italicized idiomatic expressions below through context clues. 1. She knew the poem by heart. 2. By the end of the month , she had a change of heart. 1 2 3 4 5 3. This gift is given with all my heart. 4. He is a student after my own heart. 5. She lost her heart to the white dress in the display window of the store
  53. 53. Read each sentence. Each contains an italicized idiomatic expression. Identify its meaning. 1. After the most-needed vacation, the photographer and his partner get on in life. a. left work b. continued being partners2 3 4 5 Oral Test
  54. 54. Read each sentence. Each contains an italicized idiomatic expression. Identify its meaning 2. One partner returned to town to look after the business. a. to see b. to take care 2 3 4 5
  55. 55. Read each sentence. Each contains an italicized idiomatic expression. Identify its meaning 3. When the partner returned, he saw the philosopher highly spirited. a. energetic and enthusiasm b. proud and arrogant2 3 4 5
  56. 56. Read each sentence. Each contains an italicized idiomatic expression. Identify its meaning 4. The reddish-brown color of the water was no good according to the philosopher. a.improper b. of no use2 3 4 5
  57. 57. Read each sentence. Each contains an italicized idiomatic expression. Identify its meaning 5. After a short stay in her rest house,certain changes took place in the philosopher’s life. a.exchange places b. came about2 3 4 5
  58. 58. Choose the right idiom below to complete the sentences. 1. It takes one with an _______ to accept other’s opinion calmly. 2. Matthew is a very bright boy . In fact , he belongs to the _____ in his school . 3. Even if it raining, the class will _______ with their exposure trip. 4. Mother will go to the market, so I’ll stay to ______ my baby sister. 5. If you want to _________ in the class, you have to study hard. open mind be a star look afterpush through cream of the crop Written Test
  59. 59. Give the meaning of idioms in each sentence and use it in a sentence. 1. The fatal blow of kid Kidlat killed his opponent. 2. The cold war between the girls was reported by the boys to their teacher. 3. Our teacher put an end to the negative relationship of the girls. 4. Her beauty made her stand out in the crowd. 5. My allowance was cut down by my mother because I overspent my pocket money.
  60. 60. ENGLISH 6 QUARTER 1 WEEK 5, DAY 4 Compose clear and coherent sentences using appropriate grammatical structures: -Modals
  61. 61. PERFORMANCE STANDARD • Demonstrates command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking CONTENT STANDARD • Speaks and writes using good command of the convention of standard English EN6G-Ie-3.6
  62. 62. Let’s Recall What are the uses of modals?
  63. 63. May I used them in sentences? Can __________________________ Could ________________________ May __________________________ Might
  64. 64. Let’s Try This Answer the following questions: 1.Now that you are in Grade Six, what are the things that you must do? 2. Now that you are the big sisters and big brothers of the Kinder to Grade Five pupils, what should you show them as a role model?
  65. 65. Let’s Study This Modals are verbs that cannot be used without another verb. Here again are the general characteristics of modals you should remember. 1. A modal does not change whether the subject is singular or plural. Examples: He must learn. I must learn. You must learn. They must learn. We must learn.
  66. 66. Let’s Study This 2. A modal is always used with the basic form of the verb. Examples: I must run. I should run. 3. Modals can be used alone to answer a question. Examples: Must you come? I must. Might it happen? It might
  67. 67. Let’s Study This 4. Modals, when joined with „not‟ to form a negative statement, can be contracted. Examples: I must not fail. I mustn’t fail. It might not come true. It mightn’t come true.
  68. 68. Modal Uses Examples Must Strong obligation You must pass this test to pass the first quarter Necessity I must review the lesson for the test. Should Mild obligation, recommendation, advice You should review in your room not in front of the TV. Expectation You should finish reviewing before 10 PM Modals that obligation.
  69. 69. Let’s Do This Group Activity As a group, complete the paragraph using the modals: can, could, may, might, must, and should. Don‟t eat this fruit. It _____ be poisonous. This _____ prove harmful for your health. Perhaps, _____ lead to death. Therefore, you _____ not eat this fruit. It _____ not be eaten raw. Before eating, its skin _____ be removed
  70. 70. Let’s Do More Complete the paragraph using the modals: can, could, may, might, must, and should. Milk is a complete food, full of vitamins and proteins. Children _____ drink it regularly otherwise they _____ suffer from undernourishment. Elders _____ also take it but those who _____ not afford it _____ take pulses, fruits and vegetables as an alternative. We _____ purchase milk of good quality from milk booths opened by the Government.
  71. 71. A Letter of Advice Write a letter of advice to your friend using must and should.
  72. 72. ENGLISH 6 QUARTER 1 WEEK 5, DAY 5 Describe different forms and conventions of film and moving pictures (acting)
  73. 73. PERFORMANCE STANDARD • Demonstrates understanding of the forms and conventions of print, and digital materials to understand various viewing texts CONTENT STANDARD • Applies knowledge of the various forms of print , non-print, and digital materials to appropriately comprehend print, non-print, film and moving texts EN6VC-Ie5.1.1
  74. 74. What are the elements in acting performance?
  75. 75. • Emotions are feelings. • One way of expressing our feelings is through facial expressions. • Facial expressions are seen through the movement of our eyebrows, eyes, lips and even our nostrils.
  76. 76. How are You Feeling? Pair Up With your seatmate/partner, match the emotion with the correct emoji.
  77. 77. How are You Feeling? happy scared worried sad confused joyful angry silly embarrassed surprised
  78. 78. ACTING PERFORMANCE • Acting performance affects the way an audience responds. • One of the elements of acting performance is facial expressions. Let’s Study This
  79. 79. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Happiness (laughing, smiling) A smile or laughter is the most recognized emotion from a distance. When smiling or laughing, cheeks are pulled up and out. The mouth sides are pulled backwards as well as slightly upwards. This slight upper movement pushes the upper eyelids and produces wrinkles around the eyes. Also, the mouth seems to get closer to the nose.
  80. 80. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS When laughing, the jaw drops and the upper teeth and gum appear. The upper lip appears to be straight and the lower teeth are also exposed in a big laugh. For smiling, the lips push flat against each other. A true smile is symmetrical. It forms evenly and disappears gradually. It rarely takes more than a couple of seconds. Also, it does not precede or lag the idea of a happy situation in concern.
  81. 81. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Sadness In sadness, the eyebrows are raised from the inner sides and brought nearer. The cheek may be pulled slightly upwards, the mouth ends pulled downwards and the chin is raised. If the mouth opens for crying, it looks square.
  82. 82. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Anger Anger may not be good for health, but it's good for movies. An angry person has his/her eyebrows pulled downwards towards the inner sides and drawn together.
  83. 83. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS The upper and lower eyelids are raised, the nostrils dilate, the face reddens and veins show in the head. The lips are either tightened together and the jaw is clenched, or the mouth becomes square to expose the clenched teeth, or is open if talking.
  84. 84. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Fear The eyebrows are raised, drawn together and appear straight. The upper and lower eyelids are raised. The mouth is opened and pulled outwards. The fear expression freezes the face and usually lasts some time.
  85. 85. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Surprise Whenever someone is surprised, his/her eyebrows are raised up and arched, the eyelids may be raised, the lower jaw drops and the lips are parted.
  86. 86. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Pain In extreme pain, the eyes are tightly closed, cheeks are raised, and eyebrows pulled together and downwards. The mouth may be wide open, with square lips, preparing for screaming or yelling.
  87. 87. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Excitement An excited person draws a smile upon his face. However, the eyes are not wrinkled like with smiling; they are wide open and the eyebrows may pull from the sides.
  88. 88. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Worry Worry is expressed by drawing the eyebrows slightly downwards and together, and the lips tightened together and pulled slightly upwards and backwards.
  89. 89. Let’s Do This Let’s Have a Commercial Break A. Watch a series of heartfelt commercials. TV Commercials Sources:1. "Don't judge people you don't know ( you will cry after watching )." YouTube. August 29, 2015. Accessed May 17, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GENxFiRBiBA. 2."My Dad is a Liar!" YouTube. February 03, 2015. Accessed May 17, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0iR6KFCxkQ.
  90. 90. Let’s Answer This 1. What did you learn from the TV commercials? 2. What is the message of the TV commercials? Do you agree or disagree with it? 3. What did you like best/least about it? Why? 4. Who was your most/least favorite character in the TV commercials? Why? 5. Did anything that happened in the TV commercials remind you of something about your own life or about others’?
  91. 91. Let’s Answer This 6. What were you thinking as you finished watching the TV commercials? 7. What would you say to a friend who asked you about them? 8. Would you recommend these to a friend? Explain your reasons. 9. What part of the TV commercials would you change? Why? 10. If you had a chance to ask a character in these commercials a question, what would it be?
  92. 92. Let’s Do More Group Activity As a group, accomplish the table below. Be ready for a group reporting afterwards. TV Commercial #1 TV Commercial #2 Character Emotion/ facial Expression
  93. 93. Let’s Remember Acting is the work of an actor or actress, who is a person in theater, television, film, or any other storytelling medium and tells the story by portraying a character usually by speaking or singing a written text or play.

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