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Category Archives: English Language Arts


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Adjectives and Adverbs

Writing

  • How-to paragraph – giving specific instructions in the correct sequence on how to do a task
  • Persuasive – giving good reasons to convince others

Grammar

  • Adjectives – words that describe nouns
  • Adverbs – words that describe verbs; usually ends in -ly

Spelling

  • Sight words, final blend -sk, final digraphs -ch, -sh and -gh/-ph, final -es and -ing patterns,  vocabulary
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Reading Comprehension and Verbs

Reading

  • Comprehension:  answering questions about stories
  • Sequencing events:  using transition words (e.g., first, second, third, then, next, finally, later, meanwhile, before, after)

Writing

  • Easter Break

Grammar

  • Verbs in past form – adding d or ed (e.g., walked, jumped)
  • Verbs in present form – adding s or es for singular subject (e.g., boy walks, boys walk, dog jumps, dogs jump)
  • Verbs in future form – adding ‘will’ (e.g., will walk, will jump)
  • Special verbs that do not follow the rules above (e.g., slept-sleep-will sleep, wrote-write-will write)
  • Be (linking) verbs – am, is, are, was, were

Spelling

  • sight words, final blend -st and -nd, vocabulary
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Friendly Letter, Pronouns and Verbs

Reading and Writing

  • Realistic fiction – (a) tells about characters that are like people in real life, (b) characters have feelings that real people have, (c) setting could be a real place
  • Writing a friendly letter – (a) heading, (b) greeting, (c) body, (d) closing, (e) signature

Grammar

  • pronouns – take the place of nouns (e.i., I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they; my, your, his, her, its, our, your, their; mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs)
  • verbs – words that show action

Spelling

  • sight words, r-controlled “e,” -at family words, -or- pattern, final blend -mp, vocabulary

Handwriting

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Informational Texts and Nouns

Reading and Writing

  • Informational (nonfiction) texts
  • Proofreading – using editor’s marks:  3 short lines for using a capital letter, a full stop in a circle for adding a full stop, and a circle for checking the spelling
  • Revising – using editor’s marks:  an arrowhead for adding a word, and 2 curved lines for taking out a word
  • “Who’s Who” book

Grammar

  • singular and plural nouns
  • possessive nouns
  • common and proper nouns

Spelling

  • sight words, r-controlled “u,” long and short -ea- patterns, -ew pattern, vocabulary

Handwriting

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Main Idea and Sentences

Reading and Writing

  • Main idea – one sentence as the main idea while the other sentences in a paragraph (a group of sentences) talk about the details of the same idea
  • Story map – beginning part of the story, middle part and end part
  • Personal story - talks about something that happened in the life of the author

Grammar

  • Kinds of sentences – statement, question, command and exclamation

Spelling

  • Sight words, final blend -sk, vocabulary

Handwriting

  • http://www.deped.gov.ph/