Published on March 21, 2014
CLESSON NO. 9 GLR: THE POWER OF WORDS GOLD: Changing question into statement TS: Identifying the main idea in the paragraph Prepared by: Mrs. Zelfa T. Delos Reyes/ PINAMALAYAN WEST DISTRICT
Pronunciation drill: A maid with a duster made a furious bluster dusting a bust in the hall, Only to find when the bust was dusted, the bust was busted, the bust was the dust!
Complete the puzzle with the meaning below. ACROSS: 1. to pardon 2. showing disrespect 3. to demolish; to ruin 4. to cure; to mend DOWN: 1. to soothe in distress 2. strength 3. to utter; to represent 4. flaw; defect 1. forgive 2. comfort 3. contempt 4. heal 5. express 6. fault 7. destroy 8. power
Motive Question: What can we do to avoid uttering unwholesome expressions?
THE POWER OF WORDS 1. What is the selection all about? 2. What are the unwholesome expressions in the passage? What do they do to a person? 3. What are the wholesome expressions in the passage? What do they do to a person? 4. Do the unwholesome expressions affect the speaker, too? Why? Why not? A. (Critical Thinking)
GOLD:(Grammar Oral, Language Development) A good baker bakes good cookies. If a good baker bakes good cookies, How many good cookies Can a good baker bake?
Direction: Change the following questions into statements. 1.Does father join tennis tournaments regularly? 2.Is winning a tournament exciting? 3.Did the boy tear a hole in his new jacket? 4.Did Nancy throw a cover over the animal cage and ran out? 5.Do some guests prefer swimming?
Generalization: To change question into statement, invert the position of the subject and the first word in the verb phrase in the question. Ex. Are the blue whales the largest animals in existence? (Q) The blue whales are the largest animals in existence. (S)
If the question starts with do or does, the statement uses the simple tense, as in the example below, depending on the number of the subject. Ex. (Q) Do butterflies love and enjoy sunshine as they alight on flowers with wings erect? (S) Butterflies love and enjoy sunshine as they alight on flowers with wings erect. Ex. (Q) Does the dainty butterfly seek and like unpleasant odor, especially of decaying matter? (S) The dainty butterfly seeks and likes unpleasant odor, especially of decaying matter.
If the question starts with did, the statement uses the simple past tense. Ex. (Q) Did the rain fall all day, creating big puddles of water on the roads? (S) The rain fell all day, creating big puddles of water on the roads?
EVALUATION: Change the following questions into statements: 1.Do you work in school? 2.Does Jillian work in a bank? 3.Is Betty absent? 4.Can he swim? 5.Did you work in a car park last year?
ASSIGNMENT: Direction: Change the following questions into statements: 1. Are crabs experts at disguise? 2. Do collection and sale of corals destroy the habitat of many sea animals? 3. Did the baby turtles hatch in the sand? 4. Has human and industrial waste been dumped in the sea for years? 5. Does my story beginning provoke interest?
TS:(Transfer State) Voice th and d in Phrases Their days dine with thee They dare gather the seeds Those dozes bathed in bath These d‟s though the dough Voices th vs d they – day then – den thy – die there – dare those – doze though – dough seethe – seed breathe – breed
Review: Identify the main idea in the paragraph. Mary Frances loves to watch movies. She even has DVD collection of her favorite movies. On weekends, her parents take her to the mall to see a movie. She is fond of comedy and horror films.
Practice: Identify the main idea in the selection and give the details that support the main idea. 1. Filipinos are ready to help one another especially in times of need. They help one another in building houses. They help one another when there are calamities like floods, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Filipinos are very helpful people.
Application: Classify the small ideas inside the box under the big ideas in the chart below.
EVALUATION: Direction: Identify the main idea and the supporting details in the selection given. 1.Sleeping is a good way to rest. When you sleep, your muscles relax. Your bodily functions slow down. Your heart beats a little slower – it odes not work so much. You feel refreshed after sleeping. 2.Clay can be made into many things. It can be made into vases, jars, and cooking pots. It can be made into plates, saucers and cups. It can also be made into figures of people, plants and animals.
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