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Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education

(MTB-MLE)

Teacher’s Guide

(Unit 2- Week 12)

Sinugbuanong Binisaya

Department of Education

Republic of the Philippines

Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education – Grade 2

Teacher’s Guide: Sinugbuanong Binisaya

First Edition, 2013

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Objectives

1. Oral Language

a. listen to and interact with others in a group or class discussion on texts heard

b. sing with ease and confidence 3 to 5 stanza song in culturally appropriate manner

c. use expressions appropriate to the grade level to classify things, objects

2. Phonological Skills

a. recognize symbol relationships in one’s own writing (hygiene materials with name words: male and female comfort rooms)

3. Word Recognition

a. read phrases and sentences consisting of words being studied and answer higher order questions about them

4. Fluency

a. read aloud grade two level texts with an accuracy of 95-100%

5. Spelling

a. spell content words correctly in the vocabulary words

6. Composing Primer Lesson

a. compose a song using appropriate words and coherent texts

b. write short, clear announcement, notices etc. (cleanliness drive, health program)

7. Handwriting

a. write the letters of the alphabet in cursive form

8. Grammar Awareness

a. use adjectives in culturally appropriate manner in sentences and paragraphs

9. Vocabulary and Concept Development

a. read aloud words (adjectives)

b. identify and sort common words in basic categories (shapes)

10. Comprehension of Literary Text

a. give the summary of a literary selection read

Subject Matter

A. Spell Words

B. Compose a Song

C. Announcement

D. Letters of the Alphabet in Cursive Form

E. Adjectives

F. Basic Categories (Shapes)

Materials

real objects/pictures used for personal hygiene, pictures of proper personal hygiene, manila paper, meta strips, jumbled letters, word cards, envelope, chart/poster

Song: “Mao Kini Ang Husto...”

Story: “Ang Bandera”, “Si Juan”, “Si Lorna”

Theme: Personal Hygiene

Value Focus: Cleanliness

Procedure

Objectives

a. Listen to and interact with others in a group or class discussion on texts heard

b. Sing with ease and confidence 3 to 5 stanza song in culturally appropriate manner

c. Recognize symbol relationships in one’s own writing (hygiene materials with name words: male and female comfort rooms)

d. Correctly spell words in the list of content words and coherent texts

e. Compose a song using appropriate words and coherent texts

f. Write the letters of the alphabet in cursive form

g. Use adjectives in culturally appropriate manner in sentences and paragraphs

Preliminary Activities

Spelling (Horn Method)

Pencil and paper test

1. clean

2.smooth

3.fragrant

4.neatly

5. nice

(limpyo)

(hamis)

(humot)

(hapsay)

(nindot)

Jessie’s clothes are clean.

Roxanne’s cheeks are smooth.

Clean clothes have a fragrant smell.

Her hair is braided neatly.

A clean house is nice.

(Limpyo ang sinina ni Jessie.)

(Hamis ang aping ni Roxanne.)

(Humot ang limpyo nga sinina.)

(Hapsay ang pagsapid sa iyang buhok.)

(Nindot ang limpyo nga balay.)

Introduce the song, “Mao Kini ang Husto,” onLM Unit II, Week 12 Unang Buluhaton, as a springboard of the lesson.

Motivation

Ask:

· What line or lines in the song that you liked most and why?

· What is the message of the song?

· Why is being cleaned important?

· Are there words in the song that denotes objects? What are these?

· Why are soap, comb, toothbrush and wearing clean clothes important?

Presentation/Modelling (Picture Puzzle)

Organize the class into triads and present to the group picture puzzle of the following actions. (combing the hair, wearing clean clothes, etc)

Let the group form the picture puzzle and identify the different hygiene materials shown in the puzzle on LM Unit II, Week 12 Ikaduhang Buluhaton.

Developmental Activity

Gallery Walk

Pupils will mill around the classroom where the pictures and realia of the different objects used for personal hygiene are placed.

Let them do the following:

a. identify and write the names of the objects on the meta strips provided to each group.

b. classify the objects according to their uses.

c. post their answers on the board and let the reporter present the group answers.

d. make sentences on a sheet of manila paper using adjectives.

e.g. Limpyo ang ngipon kon nagsepilyo.

Activity: Let’s name names and make a song using adjectives

(LM Unit II, Week 12 Ikatulong Buluhaton)

sabon

tualya

sepilyo

sinina

sudlay

panyo

PPresent the different names of personal hygiene materials.

Let the pupils do the following:

a. read the words orally. ( group, triad, dyad, individual)

b. produce the beginning, middle and final sounds of the words presented.

c. write the symbol of the beginning, middle and final sounds produced in the air, on their table, at the back of their seatmate (etc.) with proper hand position without the use of the pencil.

d. write the words on their writing notebook.

e. make a song based on the words that they have written on their writing notebook. (Note: the teacher will guide)

Enrichment Activity

Have the pupils describe the pictures found on LM Unit II Week 12 Ika-upat nga Buluhaton, and ask them to write their answers on the meta strips.

Have choral reading of their answers by the class, then by rows and individually.

Generalization

What are adjectives? Describe your classroom.

(Unsa ang panghulagway?Ihulagway ang inyong classroom.)

Evaluation (Guessing Game-Magic Box)

1. Present to the class a box with the real objects/pictures of personal hygiene materials and let the pupils name the materials taken from the box. (e.g. soap, toothpaste, towel, shampoo, nail cutter, toothbrush, hair brush, comb, t-shirt, chemise)

2. Ask them to write the name of the personal hygiene materials on a sheet of paper and encircle with the sound symbol Ss.

3. Make a sentence using the materials (soap, toothpaste, towel, shampoo, nail cutter, toothbrush, hair brush, comb, t-shirt, chemise) using adjectives.

4. Make a song using the personal hygiene materials with the sound symbol Ss. Let the pupils use descriptive words in their song.

Assignment

Let the pupils do the following:

· Cut-out five pictures of objects used for personal hygiene.

· Mount, label and write a descriptive word for each picture on a clean sheet of short size bond paper.

· Put designs on the bond paper.

· Be ready to present the assignment to the whole group.

Objectives

a. Correctly spell words in the list of content words and coherent texts

b. Sing with ease and confidence 3 to 5 stanza song in culturally appropriate manner

c. Use adjectives in culturally appropriate manner in sentences and paragraphs (shape)

d. Identify and sort common words in basic categories (shapes)

Preliminary Activities

Spelling (Horn Method)

Spelling Game (same words as of day 1)

Do the following:

· create groups of five among the pupils in the class

· present jumbled letters of the five spelling words placed inside individual envelopes for each spelling word.

· let the pupils arrange the letters to form the spelling words.

· let the group write their answer on a tag board.