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National Capital Region Division of City Schools Valenzuela Valenzuela North District ANDRES FERNANDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL INTERVENTION

N MATERIAL FOR LEAST MASTERED SKILLS OF GRADE THREE NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST SUBJECT: ______ENGLISH_________________ Item No. 1 2 OBJECTIVE/COMPETENCY Use the plural of nouns (BEC-PELC Speaking 6.2) Use the singular form of nouns with verbs of being (BEC-PELC Speaking 6.1) 3 Use pronouns that agree in gender with its antecedent (BEC-PELC Speaking 7.1) 4 Use the correct form of the verb that agrees with the subject and number (BEC-PELC Speaking 8.1) 5. Use the positive, comparative and superlative form of adjectives (BECPELC Speaking 9) Use words that describes person, places, animals, ideas, events Give the rules of how adjectives are compared Give the correct use of the comparative and superlative degree 6 7 Use interrogative pronouns (BEC-PELC Speaking 7) Use the correct time expression to tell an action in the present, past, future (BEC-PELC Speaking 8.2) 8 9 Use time expression to show location (BEC-PELC Speaking 10) Use courteous expression in appropriate situations (BEC-PELC Speaking 3) 10 Write different kinds of sentences (BECUse words expressing time Use the past form of action words Use going to and will Use words that describe a verb, an adjective or another adverb Use courteous expressions in talking to someone Use courteous expressions in accepting invitation Use courteous expressions in declining an invitation Identify the essential element of a sentence Use possessive pronouns Use personal pronouns -person -number -gender Identify the kinds of the verbs according to person, use and tenses Identify nouns/kinds of nouns PRE-REQUISITE COMPETENCY/SKILL Identify regular/irregular nouns

PELC Writing 3)

-the subject -the predicate -complete subject -complete predicate Identify the natural and transposed order in sentences

11-12

Note details in a selection listened to (12 short paragraphs) -answer who, what, when, where questions (BEC-PELC Listening 6)

Note explicit details in a selection listened to (1 to 2 paragraphs) e.g. story grammar. Note implied details in a selection listened to (1 to 2 paragraphs) Sequence events through guided questions in a story read Sequence events through pictures in a story read Infer what have happened before or after Decode meaning of words using structural analysis -affixes -compound words Learn synonyms and antonyms of common words.

13

Number events in a story read (BECPELC Reading 8.2)

14 15-16

Infer insight from what is read or observed (BEC-PELC 11.2) Use context clues to get meaning of unfamiliar words (BEC-PELC Reading 2.2)

17-18

Give an appropriate ending to a given situation (BEC-PELC Reading 10.1)

Tell the possible ending of a situation presented through pictures Write a different story ending Distinguish fact and fantasy/opinion Give events that could happen next Classify related ideas/concept under proper headings Identify proper heading for related sentences Identify and use language clues that signify cause-effect relationship e.g. because, as a result Tell what the story is about Distinguish big ideas from small ideas Identify the key sentence in a paragraph read Ask and answer questions about oneself/others

19 20 21-22

Tell whether an event is a reality or fantasy (BEC-PELC Reading 13.1) Infer what have happened before/after (BEC-PELC Reading 11.1) Give appropriate title for a paragraph (BEC-PELC Reading 5)

23

Identify cause and effect relationship (BEC-PELC Reading 9.1)

24-25

Get the main idea (BEC-PELC Reading 5)

26

Draw conclusion using picture stimuli

(BEC-PELC Reading 12)

using Pictures comic strips

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Distinguish big idea from small idea (BEC-PELC Reading 5)

1. Tell what the story is about Identify words/phrases that go with a given concept/idea Ask and answer questions about oneself/others using dialogues Outline a 2-paragraph text with explicitly given main idea Note details in a selection listened to (1-2 short paragraphs) -answer who, what, when, where questions

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Infer character traits of character based on what they say or do in a story listened to (BEC-PELC Listening 9)

29

Evaluate ideas -Identify the irrelevant ideas in a passage (BEC-PELC Reading 13.2)

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Note details -answer how and why questions (BECPELC Reading 6.1)

Prepared by: AIDA MARIE J. CRUZ Gr. Three Teacher DIANA FE C. MATA Gr. Three Teacher Noted by: SALVADOR G. JUNIO Principal LOLITA A. QUEVEDO District Supervisor