K to 12 Elementary Subject - Mother Tongue Gr. 1

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Curriculum Guide of K to 12 Elementary – Mother Tongue Gr. 1-3
Objective

Curriculum Information

K to 12
Grade 1
Mother Tongue
Oral Language Phonological Skills Book and Print Knowledge Fluency Composing Grammar Awareness Vocabulary and Concept Development Reading Comprehension Attitude towards reading Phonics and Word Recognition Listening Comprehension Study Skills
Educators
Talk about oneself and one’s personal experiences (family, pet, favorite food) Identify rhyming words in nursery rhymes, songs jingles, poems, and chants. Use common expressions and polite greetings. Recite and sing in groups familiar rhymes and songs. Tell whether a given pair of word ryme. Say the new spoken word when two or more sounds are put together Talk about pictures presented using appropriate local terminologies with ease and confidence.
- animals
- common objects
- musical instruments
-family/people Listen and
respond to
others in
oral
conversation. Recite and sing individually, with ease and confidence, songs, poems, chants, and riddles. Orally communicate basic needs. Orally segment a two - three syllable word into its syllabic parts. Say the new spoken word when two or more syllables are put together Isolate and pronounce the beginning and ending sounds of given words. Add or substitute individual sounds in simple words to make new words. Identify rhyming words in nursery rhymes, songs, jingles, poems, and chants. Add or substitute individual sounds in simple words to make new words. - - - - - - - - - - - - - Participate
actively
during story
reading by
making
comments
and asking
questions - - - - - - Supply
rhyming
words to
complete a
rhyme,
poem, and
song - - Talk about
oneself and
one’s
personal
experiences
(friends,
favorite
toys) - - - - - Respond to
text
(legends,
fables,
poems.)
through
dramatization. - - - - - - Participate
actively in
class
discussions
on familiar
topics Talk about
family,
friends, and
school using
descriptive
words. Tell/retell
legends,
fables, and
jokes Use the terms referring to conventions of print: - front and back cover - beginning, ending, title page - author and illustrator Follow words from left to right, top to bottom and page by page Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters. - - - - - Follow simple one to three step oral directions. Write basic information about self (name grade level, section) Interpret a map of the classroom/school Get information from simple environmental prints. Interpret a pictograph Follow 2 – 3 step written directions Read labels in an illustration Get information from a simple bar graph Get information such as title of a selection and/or pages from the table of contents. Browse books read to them. Listen attentively and react positively during story reading Request more stories to be read to them Show interest in texts by browsing/reading available print materials Note important details in grade level narrative texts read. Give the correct sequence of three events in a story read Give the
name and
sound of
each letter Identify
upper and
lower case
letters. Infer the character feelings and traits in a story read. Write the
upper and
lower case
letters
legibly,
observing
proper
sequence of
strokes Give the
beginning
letter/sound
of the name
of each
picture Match
words with
pictures and
objects. Identify the speaker in the story or poem read Relate story events to one’s experience. Predict possible ending of a story read. Give one’s reaction to an event or issues listened to Note important details in grade level literary and informational texts read. Blend
specific
letters to
form
syllables
and words. Sequence events in an informational texts read. Infer important details from informational texts. Relate events to one’s experience Identify cause and/or effect of events in a texts read. Identify the problem and solution in the texts read Use vocabulary referring to people (self, family, friends) , animals, objects, musical instruments and environment Give meanings of words through: a. realia b. picture clues c. actions or gestures Note important details in grade level narrative texts listened to:
1. character
2. setting
3. events Spell and
write
correctly
grade one
level words
consisting of
letters
already
learned. Give meanings of words through: a. picture clues b. context clues Use words to describe concrete experiences. Identify and use synonyms, antonyms, homonyms (when applicable) and words with multiple meanings correctly. - - Identify, give the meaning of, and use compound words in sentences. Give the correct sequence of three events in a story listened to Infer the character feelings and traits in a story listened to Use appropriate expressions orally to introduce : a. oneself b. family c. friends d. others Identify naming words (persons, places, things, animals) a. common and proper b. noun markers Read grade
1 level
words,
phrases and
sentences
with
appropriate
speed and
accuracy. Express ideas through a variety of symbols (e.g. drawings and invented spelling) Identify the speaker in the story or poem listened to Use naming words in sentences a. common and proper b. noun markers Classify naming words into persons, places, animals, and things, etc. Express ideas through words or phrases, using both invented and conventional spelling Identify pronouns: a. personal b. possessive Predict possible ending of a story listened to Use the correct pronouns in place of naming words in sentences a. personal b. possessive Use demonstrati ve pronouns in sentences. Relate story events to one’s experience Read
grade 1
level words,
phrases or
sentences
with
appropriate
speed,
accuracy,
and proper
expression. Identify pronouns with contractions .* (siya’y, tayo’y . . .) Identify the tense of the action word in the sentence Express ideas through phrases, sentences or longer texts using both invented and conventional spelling. Use the correct tense and time signal of an action word in a sentence Identify action words in oral and written exercises Identify cause and/or effect of events in a story listened to Use action words to give simple two to three-step directions. Read grade
1 level texts
with an
accuracy
rate of 95 –
100% Write sentences or longer texts with proper punctuation, spacing, and capitalizatio n. Identify describing words that refer to color, size, shape, texture, temperature and feelings in sentences. Use describing words in sentences. - Identify the problem and solution in the story read Give the synonyms and antonyms of describing words. - Discuss, illustrate, dramatize specific events in a story read Retell a story read Note important details in grade level literary and informational texts listened to Sequence events in an informational text when appropriate Infer important details from an informational text Give one’s reaction to an event or issues listened to Read sight
words Respond to an informational text through discussions, illustrations, songs, dramatization and art listened to Write
words,
phrases,
and simple
sentences
with proper
spacing,
punctuation
and
capitalizatio
n when
applicable. Retell literary and information texts appropriate to the grade level listened to Read words,
phrases,
sentences,
and/or short
stories. Observe
proper
mechanics
(punctuatio
n marks,
capitalizatio
n, proper
spacing
between
words,
indentions,
and format)
when
copying/writ
ing words,
phrases,
sentences,
and short
paragraphs Write
phrases,
and simple
sentences
correctly

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