Self-Learning Module - Quarter 2 - English: Grade 3, Modules 1 to 9

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Published on 2022 July 11th

Contents: 1. English 3-Module 1: Using Be-Verbs Correctly. 2. English 3-Module 2: Tenses of the Verb. 3. English 3-Module 3: Words with Initial and Final Consonant Blends. 4. English 3-Module 4: Common Sight Words. 5. English 3-Module 5: Meet the Consonant Digraphs /ch/ and /sh/. 6. English 3-Module 6: You Spell!. 7. English 3-Module 7: Commonly Used Possessive Pronouns. 8. English 3-Module 8: The After Effect. 9. English 3-Module 9: Guess What? 10. English 3-Module 10: Are you sure? 11. English 3-Module 11: What Is It? 12. English 3-Module 12: Make It Short.
1. to use the be-verbs (am, is, are, was, were) correctly in sentences (EN3GIIa-b-3.4).
2. to form the past, present, and future forms of regular verbs; and use the past, present, and future form of regular verbs in sentences (EN3G-IId-f3.2; EN3G-IIe-f-
3. to read phrases, sentences, poems, rhymes and short stories consisting of words with initial consonant blends l, r, and s (EN3PWRIIa-b-22); and read words with final blends (-st, -lt, -nd, -nt, -ft) preceded by short e, a, i, o, and u (EN3PWR-IId-e-1.1).
4. to recognize more common sight words in order to read simple phrases or sentences; and read familiar words and phrases in a text.
5. to read sentences and phrases consisting of words with consonant digraphs /ch/ and /sh/; and identify words which have consonant digraphs /ch/ and /sh/ (EN3PWR-IIf-1.1).
6. to spell words with initial and final consonant digraphs /ch/ and /sh/ (EN3S-IId-e4.1) and final consonant blends (EN3S-IIg-h-4.2); and identify sounds and syllables in words.
7. to use the commonly used possessive pronouns in a sentence: her/hers, his/his, my/ mine, our/ours, your/ yours, and their/theirs (EN3G-III e-f-4.2.4);
8. to write a sentence using the commonly used possessive pronouns; and
9. to value ownership.
10. identify several effects based on a given cause (EN3RCIIIa 2.7.1).
11. to make inferences and draw conclusions based on texts (pictures, titles and content words) (EN3RC-IIIa 2.11);
12. to choose the correct inferences and conclusions; and
13. to appreciate the value of helpfulness and kindness.
14. to define what is a fact and an opinion;
15. to distinguish sentences or phrases as fact or opinion;
16. to differentiate fact from opinion (EN3RC-IIIa 2.13); and
17. to appreciate the value of knowing the fact and the opinion from an information.
18. use different sources of information in reading (EN3RC-IIIg-j-2.5).
19. to recognize some words represented by common abbreviations (e.g., Mr. Ave. Oct.) EN3V-IIIa -7;
20. to write the common abbreviations of some words; and
21. to appreciate the value of our community helpers.

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K to 12
Grade 3
Reading Comprehension Grammar
Educators, Learners
Use the beverbs (am, is, are was, were) correctly in sentences Identify and use action words in simple sentences Form and use the past tense of frequently occurring regular verbs (walk – walked, etc) Use commonly used possessive pronouns Read simple sentences and levelled stories and note details regarding character, setting and plot Identify several effects based on a given cause Distinguish fact from opinion Identify cause and effect Read simple sentences and levelled stories and note details regarding character, setting and plot

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