K TO 12 ELEMENTARY SUBJECT - MOTHER TONGUE GR. 2

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Curriculum Guide of K to 12 Elementary – Mother Tongue Gr. 1-3
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K to 12
Grade 2
Mother Tongue
Oral Language Phonics and Word Recognition Fluency Composing Grammar Awareness Vocabulary and Concept Development Listening Comprehension Reading Comprehension Attitude Towards Reading Study Skills Curriculum Guide
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Participate actively during story reading by making comments and asking questions using complete sentences. Recite and sing in group longer poems, jingles, riddles, chants, and songs (folk, rap, etc. with ease and confidence. Read a large number of regularly spelled multi-syllabic words. Read with understanding grade level text. Identify and use naming words in sentences. Relate one's own experiences and ideas related to the topics using a variety of words with proper phrasing and intonation Note important details in grade level narrative text;a. character b.setting, c.plot,(problem and solution) Note important detalis in grade level narrative texts:a . character b. setting c. plot(problem and solution. Use expressions appropriate to the grade level and give opinion in a text listened to, heard or read Give the correct sequence of 3-5 events of the story Identify the difference between a story and a poem Give the meaning of poem Give the summary of the poem Identity the important of story elements Infer character feelings and traits in a story Retell a story Give the summary of a story Talk about famous people, places, events, etc. using descriptive and action words in complete sentences Use words unlocked during story reading in meaningful contexts Note important details in grade level informational texts. Tell/retell familiar stories and short conversations by using appropriate gestures and expressions in complete sentences Infer important details from an informational text Note important details in a grade level narrative on informational text. Relate one's own experiences and ideas related to the topics using a variety of words with proper phrasing and intonation. Give one's reaction to an event issue Gives one's reaction to an issue Participate in and initiate more extended social conversation or dialogue with peers, adults on unfamiliar topics by asking and answering questions, restating and soliciting information. Note important details in grade level narrative texts;a. character b. setting c. pilot(problem and solution) Give the correct sequence of 3- 5 events in a story Talk about famous people, places, events, etc. using descriptive and action words in compete sentences Identify the difference between a story and a poem Classify naming words into different categories Use expressions to the grade level to give opinion in a text listened to, heard or read Identify the gender of naming words, when applicable. Give the meaning of poem Identify and use collective nouns, when applicable Relate one's own experiences and ideas related to the topics using a variety of words with proper phrasing and intonation Give the summary of the story Identify the important story elements Infer character feelings and traits of the story Participate and initiate more extended social conversation or dialogue with peers, adults on unfamiliar topics by asking and answering questions, restating and soliciting information. Identify the parts of a sentence (subject and predicate) Retell a story Give the summary of the story Note important details in grade level informational texts. Talk about famous people, places, events, etc. using descriptive and action words in complete sentences/ paragraph. Differentiate sentences from non-sentences Infer important details from informational text Use expressions appropriate to the grade level to relate/show one's obligation, hope, and wish Note important details in grade level narrative or informational text Identify and use a variety of sentences: a. declarative b. interrogative c. exclamatory d. imperative Give one's reaction to an event or issue Recognize appropriate ways of speaking that vary according to purposes, audience, and subject matter. Construct sentences observing appropriate punctuation marks Note important details in grade level narrative or informational text Identify the important of story elements Give one's reaction to an event or issue Relate one's own experiences and ideas related to the topics using a variety of words with proper phrasing and intonation Participate and initiate more extended social conversation or dialogue with peers, adults on unfamiliar topics by asking and answering questions, restating and soliciting information. Identify and use the following pronouns when applicable a. demonstrative pronouns (e.g. ito, iyan, yan, dito, diyan, doon) b. subject and object pronouns c. possessive pronouns Talk about famous people, places, events, etc. using descriptive and action words in complete sentences/ paragraph. Use expressions appropriate to the grade level to explain or give reasons to issues, events, news articles, etc. Recognize appropriate ways of speaking that vary according to purposes, audience, and subject matter Correctly spell grade level words. Identify and use action words in simple tenses (present, past, future) with the help of time signals Write upper and lower case letters using cursive strokes Read with understanding words with consonant blends, clusters and digraphs when applicable Use action words when narrating simple experiences and when giving simple 3-5 steps directions using signal words (e.g. first, second, next, etc.) Identify and use adjectives in sentences Identify synonyms and antonyms of adjectives Relate story events to one's experiences Use correctly different degrees of comparison of adjectives (same degree, comparative, superlative) Give the main idea of story/poem Predict possible ending of the story Read grade level texts with appropriate speed. (note: should include benchmarks on number of words per minute once research and data have been gathered) Use adjectives in writing descriptive paragraphs Read grade level texts with appropriate intonation, expression and punctuation cues when applicable Retell a story Read content area-related words (math and science terms) Identify and use correctly adverbs of: a. time b. place c. manner d. frequency Note important details in grade level informational text Read content area-related sight words (math and science terms) Sequence events in an informational text through discussion , illustration ,song, dramatization and art Express ideas through poster making (e.g. ads, character profiles, news report, lost and found) using stories as springboard.(these writing activities are scaffold by the teacher.) Identify the important story elements Infer important details from informational text Give another title for literary or informational text Write upper and lower case letters using cursive strokes Identify the author's purpose for a writing section Identify the important story elements Infer important details from an informational text Sequence events in an informational text through discussion , illustration and song Identify the author's purpose for a writing selection Write/copy words, phrases, and sentences with proper strokes, spacing, punctuation and capitalization using cursive writing. Write paragraphs using subject, object and possessing nouns, observing the the conventions of writing Observe proper mechanics and format when writing for different purposes (i.e. paragraph writing, letter writing) Read aloud grade level text with an accuracy of 95 - 100%. Use the combination of affixes and root words as clues to get the meaning of words. Fill out forms (e.g. school forms) Relate story events to one s experiences Follow nstructions in a test carefully Identify and use compound words appropriate to the grade level in sentences. Give the main idea of story/poem Predict possible ending of a story Follow 3 -5 step written directions. Write/copy sentences, paragraphs and short texts with proper strokes, spacing, punctuation and capitalization using cursive writing. Get information from published announcements Recognize common abbreviations (e.g. jan., sun., st., mr., mrs.). Note important details in grade level of information texts Get information from a table Identify and use simile and metaphor in sentences. Read a map of the community Sequence events in an informational text through discussion , illustration , song dramatization and art Identify the important of the story elements Arrange 7 words with different beginning letters in alphabetical order Identify the important story elements Sequence events in an informational text through discussion illustration ,song Give another title for literary or informational text Identify author's purpose for a writing selection Infer important details from an informational text Write short narrative paragraphs that include elements of setting, characters, and plot (problem and resolution) observing the conventions of writing. Give another title for literary or informational text Identify and use words with multiple meanings in sentences. Identify the author's purpose for writing a selection Interpret a pictograph Use words unlocked during story reading in meaningful contexts. Follow 3 – 5 step written directions Enumerate the labels in an illustration Observe the conventions of writing in composing journal entries and letters (friendly letter, thank you letter, letter of invitation, birthday greetings). Write descriptive paragraphs, observing the conventions of writing. Alphabetize 7 words with the same beginning letters and different second letters Get information such as the title of a selection and/or pages from a table of contents. Get information from simple bar and line graphs. Express individual choices and taste for texts. Browse/read books for various purposes such as for learning or for pleasure. Show love for reading by listening attentively during story reading and by making comments/reactions.

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