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  1. 1. Predicting Possible Outcomes English V
  2. 2. A Text A Day
  3. 3. Look at the photo of the two boys. What were they doing? Can you guess what will happen next? Motivation
  4. 4. one who goes about selling things is a… Unlocking of difficulties
  5. 5. one who goes about selling things is a peddler Unlocking of Difficulties
  6. 6. articles for sale are called… Unlocking of Difficulties
  7. 7. articles for sale are called wares Unlocking of Difficulties
  8. 8. a group of things is called… Unlocking of Difficulties
  9. 9. a group of things is called bunch Unlocking of Difficulties
  10. 10. rested sloping or slanting means… Unlocking of Difficulties
  11. 11. rested sloping or slanting means leaned or leaning Unlocking of Difficulties
  12. 12. brought down one’s foot with force means… Unlocking of Difficulties
  13. 13. brought down one’s foot with force means stomped Unlocking of Difficulties
  14. 14. Have you seen a peddler? Where do you usually see them? Do they just stay in one place to sell? Presentation
  15. 15. Today we are going to read a classic story written by Esphyr Slobodkina. The title of the story is…
  16. 16. Once there was a peddler who sold caps. But he was not like an ordinary peddler, carrying them on his back. He carried them on top of his head. CAPS FOR SALE
  17. 17. First he had on his own checkered cap, then a bunch of gray caps, then a bunch of brown caps, then a bunch of blue caps, and, on the very top, a bunch of red caps. He walked up and down the streets, holding himself very straight so as not to upset his caps.
  18. 18. As he went along he called, “Caps! Caps for sale! Fifty cents a cap!” He walked for a long time until he came to great big tree. “That’s a nice place for a rest,” thought he.
  19. 19. And he sat down very slowly under the tree and leaned back little by little against the tree trunk, so as not to disturb the caps on his head.
  20. 20. Then he put his hand to feel if they were straight – first his own checkered cap, then the gray caps, then the brown caps, then the blue caps, then the red caps on the very top. They were all there. So he went to sleep. He slept for a long time.
  21. 21. When he woke up, he was refreshed and rested. But before standing up he felt with his hand to make sure his caps were in the right place. All he felt was his own checkered cap!
  22. 22. He looked at the right of him. No caps. He looked to the left of him. No caps. He looked at the back of him. No caps. He looked behind the tree. No caps. Then he looked up into the tree. And what do you think he saw?
  23. 23. On every branch sat a monkey. On every monkey was a gray, or a brown, or a blue, or a red cap!
  24. 24. The peddler looked at the monkeys. The monkeys looked at the peddler. He didn’t know what to do.
  25. 25. Finally he spoke to them. “You monkeys, you,” he said, shaking a finger at them, “you give me back my caps.” But the monkeys only shook their fingers back at him and said, “Tsz, tsz, tsz.”
  26. 26. This made the peddler angry, so he shook both hands at them and said, “You monkeys, you! You give me back my caps.” But the monkeys only shook their hands back at him and said, “Tsz, tsz, tsz.”
  27. 27. Now he felt quite angry. He stomped his foot, and he said, “You monkeys, you! You better give me back my caps!”
  28. 28. By this time the peddler was really very, very angry. At last he became so angry that he pulled off his own cap, threw it on the ground, and began to walk away.
  29. 29. What do you think happened next?
  30. 30. But then each monkey pulled off his cap and all the grey caps, and all the brown caps, and all the blue caps, and all the red caps, came flying down the tree.
  31. 31. So the peddler picked up his caps and put them back on his head– first his own checkered cap, then the gray caps, then the brown caps, then the blue caps, then the red caps on the very top.
  32. 32. And slowly, slowly he walked back to town calling “Caps! Caps for sale! Fifty cents a cap!”
  33. 33. 1. Who sold caps? 2. What colors were his caps? 3. Why do you think the man was so careful? 4. Was he able to get the caps from the monkeys? How? Comprehension Check-up
  34. 34. If you are a good reader, you can be one step ahead of what you are reading. You will be able to guess what will happen next. To be able to guess what happen next, group important ideas together and connect them with other details. Call to mind also your other experiences both in real life and in your past readings. Analysis and Discussion
  35. 35. Recall what you did when you read the story. Were you able to guess what happened next? This ability to see ahead can be learned. You may already have the skill and all you need to do perhaps is simply polish it well. Analysis and Discussion
  36. 36. What how to predict possible outcome in a story? Generalization
  37. 37. Read the situation and choose what would happen next. 1. Peter was a big boy. Joey, the new student, was a small boy. Peter made fun of Joey. Joey did not like that. Most probably __________ . a. they became friends b. they quarreled Application
  38. 38. 2. Two moths were encircling a candle flame. The golden tongue rolled from side to side. It probably _____________ . a. went off b. caught the moths 3. Maggie asked Joey to deliver the food to her customers. One of them complained that the food was not enough. Maggie was very angry. She would probably ______________ . a. talk to Joey b. stop sending food
  39. 39. 4. It had not rained for months. The ricelands had dried up. The crops had started to die. The farmers were getting worried. a. They would plant better crops next year. b. They knew there would be a rice shortage. 5. The town officials requested the government to undertake cloud seeding operations. The leaders responded immediately. Men were fielded and started cloud seeding to induce rain. Soon the rains started falling. Later on a. the crops died. b. the dying crops turned green.
  40. 40. Read each paragraph. Predict the possible outcomes after reading each situation write your answers on the board. a. The town officials requested the government to undertake cloud– seeding operations. The leaders responded immediately. Men were fielded out and started cloud–seeding to induce rain. Soon the rain started falling. Later on. Enrichment
  41. 41. b. Yogi and Nikka started arguing over the new toy. Yogi wanted to keep it but Nikka disagreed since she wanted to keep the toy for herself. Mother came to the scene and advised he children to share with the toy. But the siblings went with the quarrel. Before they knew it, mother was back holding a stick.
  42. 42. c. There was a prolong drought. The rice fields had dried up. The crops had started to dry. The farmers were getting worried. d. The roosters were fighting wildly in the yard. Mother drove them away. However, t he roosters ran towards the vegetable garden where they continued lunging at each other. e. It was Luis’ birthday. He invited his friends and classmates. All of a sudden it rained very hard that caused flashed flood.
  43. 43. Encircle the letter of the best possible outcomes for each situation. 1. The young man is kind-hearted. One day, he heard a little boy crying outside his window. The young man found out that the child was being teased by the bigger boys. The young man went out. He will probably ____________. a. join the teasing b. stop the naughty boys Evaluation
  44. 44. 2. Jose Rizal owned a horse when he was studying in Madrid. When his allowance did not come one day, he did not have enough money for food. It was likely that ____________. a. he stopped studying for a while b. he sold his horse
  45. 45. 3. Totoy needs a new school bag. He did not have enough money to buy the bag. Then he heard that their neighbor was looking for a baby-sitter for her little child. She was willing to pay a few pesos to the baby-sitter. It is safe to guess that ____________. a. Totoy applied for the job b. Totoy spent the whole year without a bag
  46. 46. 4. Jun and Jerry started arguing over a new toy. Jun wanted to keep it but Jerry disagreed since he wanted to keep the toy for himself. Mother came and told the boys to share the toy train. But the boys went with the quarrel. Before they knew it, Mother was back holding a slipper. Probably ____________. a. Mother gave the boys the slipper b. the boys stopped shouting at each other
  47. 47. 5. The dogs were playing wildly in the yard. Father drove them away. However, the dogs ran towards the patch of vegetables where they continued lunging each other. It could be that ____________. a. Father went on with his work b. they hit and damaged the crops
  48. 48. Answer the questions that follow the selection. Totoy’s team is on the offensive. He is dribbling the ball weaving his way closer the shaded lane. Tito of the opposing team suddenly appears on Totoy’s blind side. 1. What do you think will Tito do with the ball? 2. If he succeeds, what does he do next with the ball? Assignment

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