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2010 Secondary Education Curriculum English II

Quarter 3: POETRY Stage 1 : Results /Outcomes Content Standard Performance Essential Understanding
The structure and content of Afro-Asian poetry reflect the peoples identity that contribute much in promoting and enriching their beliefs, attitudes, tradition and culture; thus help in the betterment of the society and the world. Idealism beliefs, culture and experiences of the people enhance and preserve worthwhile universal values.

Stage 2 : Assessment Question


Why do learners study Afro-Asian poetry? How do the structure and content of Afro-Asian poetry reflect peoples identity?

Product/ Performance
A creative and original haiku

At the level of Understanding Performance


Explanation Discuss the nature, special features and elements of Haiku /hokku/ tanka/ and other contemporary AfroAsian poetry. accurate insightful justified Express emotional reaction to what was presented in the poem. credible insightful illuminating Describe the relationships among the elements of a haiku, tanka and other contemporary Afro-Asian poems. insightful illuminating justified Performance assessment of a haiku based on the following criteria: -Focus/ Theme -Imagery -Rhythm -Language -Visuals

The learner demonstrates The learner understanding of how haiku, writes an tanka, hokku and other original haiku. Afro-Asian poetry present and promote the ideals, beliefs, culture, and experiences of the people; thus enhance and preserve worth while universal values. Language Focus: Using correct imperatives, gerunds and infinitives in expressing appreciation and understanding of Afro-Asian poetry

How do peoples Commonalities and ideals, beliefs, Differences in ideals, beliefs, and culture Culture, and experiences of preserve the people may exist among worthwhile Afro-Asian poems that maybe universal of universal value. values? .

Explain how literary techniques help in bringing out the beauty and essence of the poem. insightful illuminating justified Synthesize production elements that contribute to the development and effectiveness of writing a haiku . accurate insightful illuminating Show appreciation of the significant human experiences highlighted in haiku, hokku, tanka and other contemporary Afro-Asian and Filipino poems. credible insightful illuminating Interpretation Analyze the distinct qualities of a haiku, hokku, and tanka insightful meaningful significant Evaluate the common 2

features of Afro-Asian and Filipino poems. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Evaluate how the poets choose words to create effective expressions of their thoughts, feelings and observations in life. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Read, comprehend, discuss and interpret Afro-Asian poems highlighting their culture, beliefs and societies. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Make sense of a haiku using appropriate media and technological aids. illustrative meaningful illuminating Application Write a haiku. adaptive effective 3

efficient fluent

Use multimedia and technology in the presentation of a Cultural Report. adaptive diverse effective efficient Use appropriate gerunds / infinitives highlighting feelings, thoughts, actions and observations in life . adaptive effective efficient fluent Refine presentation of significant human experiences in poems. adaptive effective efficient diverse Demonstrate a mature command of the language with freshness of expressions and varied structures. effective efficient fluent 4

Use imperatives effectively in written and oral communication. effective efficient fluent Produce written and oral works that to demonstrate comprehension and appreciation of Afro-Asian poems. effective efficient diverse fluent Use the language effectively to convey knowledge, meaning and communication. adaptive effective efficient fluent Collect , write and talk about significant experiences communicated in an AfroAsian poem through a Cultural Report. adaptive effective efficient fluent Stimulate oral appreciation of a haiku /hokko / tanka 5

effective efficient fluent realistic

Perspective Compare Afro Asian language, oral traditions and poems that reflect their customs, culture and societies. credible insightful revealing Understand how to respond critically to an Afro-Asian poem. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible Analyze the effectiveness of complex elements of an Afro Asian poem. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible Examine a haiku from several critical perspective. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible 6

View concepts and ideas presented in an Afro-Asian poem from different perspectives. credible insightful plausible revealing Compare and contrast different culture and traditions as reflected in Afro-Asian and Filipino poems credible insightful plausible revealing Infer the emotional appeal of the poem read. Credible Insightful Plausible Empathy Evaluate own and others style for organizing, preparing and presenting a very unique haikku. insightful open perceptive receptive Understand how and why people react differently to poems based on their background knowledge, purpose and point of view. 7

insightful open perceptive receptive Connect information and experiences in text to life and life to text experiences. open insightful perceptive receptive Consider how others use rhythm, rhyme and language for effect. open receptive tactful Be open to the links between ones life and that of others throughout the world as reflect ed in Afro-Asian poems. open receptive perceptive Show value and respect for others and diversity as evident in Afro-Asian and Filipino poetry. insightful open perceptive Self-knowledge Recognize ones knowledge, strengths and values as effect of ones understanding and appreciation of a haiku and other contemporary 8

Afro-Asian poem read. self- adjusting self-aware meta cognitive reflective State the effect of a poem in ones value system. self-adjusting meta cognitive mature wise Use self- correction strategies in writing a haiku . self-adjusting meta cognitive mature wise

Quarter 3: POETRY Stage 1 : Results /Outcomes Standard Content Topic 1 The learner demonstrates understanding of the nature, features, and elements of Afro-Asian poetry to distinguish them from the poetry of other cultures. Performance Essential Understanding Question Stage 2 : Assessment Product/ At the level of Performance Understanding Performance Explanation Discuss the nature, special features and elements of Afro-Asian poetry. (A cultural accurate report presents insightful how Afro-Asian\ justified poems highlight Highlight the factors that their customs, shaped Afro-Asian poetry. traditions, beliefs, accurate attitudes, and insightful societies. illuminating Express emotional reaction to what was presented in the poem. credible insightful illuminating Describe the relationships among the elements of a poem. insightful illuminating justified *A cultural report Explain how literary techniques help in bringing out the 10

The learner writes a cultural report that shows the differences between Afro-Asian poetry and that of other cultures.

The nature, Special qualities features, and elements of Afro-Asian poetry work together to set it apart from the poetry of other cultures.

How can Afro Asian poetry be distinguished from the poetry of other cultures?

Language Focus: Using correct imperatives in giving emphasis to ones feelings, actions, thoughts and observations

Performance assessment of A Cultural Report based on the following criteria: Focus/ Content Accuracy Organization Visuals Relevance Delivery Appeal/ Impact Voice

beauty and essence of the poem. insightful illuminating justified Synthesize production elements that contribute to the development and effectiveness of Afro-Asian poems as well as a Cultural report. accurate insightful illuminating Show appreciation of the significant human experiences highlighted in Afro-Asian and Filipino poems. credible insightful illuminating Interpretation Analyze the distinct qualities of Afro-Asian poetry. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Evaluate the common features of Afro-Asian and Filipino poems. illustrative 11

insightful meaningful significant

Evaluate how the poets choose words to create effective expressions of their thoughts, feelings and observations in life. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Read, comprehend, discuss and interpret Afro-Asian poems highlighting their culture, beliefs and societies. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Make sense of a Cultural Report using appropriate media and technological aids. illustrative meaningful illuminating Application Present a Cultural Report on what shaped a specific AfroAsian poem. adaptive effective efficient 12

fluent

Use multimedia and technology in the presentation of a Cultural Report. adaptive diverse effective efficient Use appropriate imperatives in highlighting feelings, thoughts, actions and observations. adaptive effective efficient fluent Refine presentation of significant human experiences in poems. adaptive effective efficient diverse Demonstrate a mature command of the language with freshness of expressions and varied structures. effective efficient fluent Use imperatives effectively in written and oral communication. effective efficient 13

fluent

Produce written and oral works that to to demonstrate comprehension and appreciation of Afro-Asian poems. effective efficient diverse fluent Use the language effectively to convey knowledge, meaning and communication. adaptive effective efficient fluent Collect , write and talk about significant experiences communicated in an Afro_Asian poem through a Cultural Report. adaptive effective efficient fluent Stimulate oral production in a Cultural Report of an AfroAsian poem. effective efficient fluent realistic 14

Perspective Compare Afro Asian language, oral traditions and poems that reflect their customs, culture and societies. credible insightful revealing Understand how to respond critically to an Afro-Asian poem. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible Analyze the effectiveness of complex elements of an Afro Asian poem. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible Examine a poem from several critical perspective. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible View concepts and ideas presented in a poem from different perspectives. credible insightful 15

plausible revealing

Compare and contrast different culture and traditions as reflected in Afro-Asian and Filipino poems as highlighted in Cultural Reports. credible insightful plausible revealing Infer the emotional appeal of the poem read. Credible Insightful Plausible Empathy Evaluate own and others delivery of Cultural Reports. insightful open perceptive receptive Understand how and why people react differently to poems based on their background knowledge, purpose and point of view. insightful open perceptive receptive 16

Connect information and experiences in text to life and life to text experiences. open insightful perceptive receptive Consider how others use rhythm, rhyme and language for effect. open receptive receptive tactful Be open to the links between ones life and that of others throughout the world as reflect ed in Afro-Asian poems. open receptive perceptive Show value and respect for others and diversity as evident in Afro-Asian and Filipino poetry. insightful open perceptive Self-knowledge Recognize ones knowledge, strengths and values as effect of ones understanding and appreciation of Afro-Asian poem read. self- adjusting 17

self-aware meta cognitive reflective State the effect of a poem in ones value system. self-adjusting meta cognitive mature wise Use self- correction strategies for writing and speaking. self-adjusting meta cognitive mature wise

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2010 Secondary Education Curriculum English II

Quarter 3: POETRY Stage 1 : Results /Outcomes Standard Essential Content


Topic 2 The learner demonstrates understanding of how imagery, figurative language, sound devices, symbolism and other poetic devices shape the meaning of Afro-Asian poetry. Language Focus Using participles and participial phrases in expressing appreciation of the of poems explored and in describing ideas, thoughts, feelings and observations.

Product/ Question Performance

Stage 2 : Assessment At the level of Understanding


Explanation Explain the appropriateness of literary/ poetic devices used by the author. accurate insightful justified Prove how ones feeling about the poem are influenced by by imagery, rhythm, rhyme, figures of speech, and other literary/ poetic devices. illuminating insightful justified Show how different 19

Performance
The learner performs in a Choral Interpretation of an Afro-Asian poem.

Understanding
Imagery, sounds, figurative language, symbolism and other poetic devices add up in shaping the meaning of Afro-Asian poetry as much as they connect ideas to familiar, ordinary but significant experiences.

Performance
Performance assessment of an Oral Interpretation of an Afro-Asian poem based on the following criteria: -Voice -Delivery -Interpretation -Mastery -Gestures /Body Movements -Props -Language Conventions

How are An oral meaningful interpretation perception of an Afro-Asian being shaped poem in Afro-Asian poetry?

poetic devices add beauty and meaning to poetry. credible insightful predictive Describe the power of sensory/figurative language and participles in creating meaning of a poem. accurate insightful justified Synthesize figurative language used. accurate credible illuminating Interpretation Interpret Afro-Asian poems through using illustrations. illustrative insightful meaningful Illustrate how literary/ poetic devices help one understand clearly the meaning of the poem. insightful meaningful significant

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Evaluate how the poet uses literary/ poetic devices. illustrative insightful meaningful Make meaning of the sensory images in the poem read. illustrative insightful significant Make sense of how the poet uses vivid descriptive words for the readers to visualize familiar images in a new, original, surprising and unfamiliar ways. illustrative insightful meaningful Express appreciation of sensory images in haiku, tanka, hakku and other contemporary Afro-Asian poems. insightful illuminating meaningful Evaluate how the poet use expressions 21

of his thoughts, feelings and observations in life. insightful meaningful significant Critique the subtleties of literary/poetic devices and techniques in the comprehension and creation of poems. insightful meaningful illuminating Application Produce a well-prepared, creative and imaginative Choral Interpretation of an Afro-Asian poem. Effective Efficient Fluent Use the language effectively to convey knowledge, meaning and communication. adaptive effect tive efficient fluent Use participles and Participial phrases to express ones 22

feelings and thoughts in writing a poem. Effective Efficient fluent Perspective Compare Afro Asian language, oral traditions and poems that reflect their customs, culture and societies. credible insightful revealing Understand how to respond critically to an Afro-Asian poem. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible Analyze the effectiveness of complex elements of an Afro-Asian poem. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible Examine a poem from Several critical perspective. critical in analytical sense insightful 23

plausible

View concepts and ideas presented in a poem from different perspectives. credible insightful plausible revealing Infer the emotional appeal of the poem read. credible insightful plausible Empathy Understand how and why people react differently to poems based on their background knowledge, purpose and point of view. insightful open perceptive receptive Connect information and experiences in text to life and life to text experiences. open insightful perceptive receptive 24

Consider how others use rhythm, rhyme and language for effect. open receptive receptive tactful Be open to the links between ones life and that of others throughout the world as reflected in Afro-Asian poems. open receptive perceptive Show value and respect for others and diversity asevident in Afro-Asian and Filipino poetry. insightful open perceptive Self-knowledge Recognize ones knowledge, strengths, and values as effect of ones understanding and appreciation of Afro-Asian poem read. self- adjusting self-aware meta cognitive 25

reflective

State the effect of a poem in ones value system. self-adjusting meta cognitive mature wise Use self- correction strategies or presenting a creative and imaginative Choral Interpretation of Afro-Asian poem. self-adjusting meta cognitive mature wise

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Quarter 3: POETRY

Standard Content Performance

Essential Understanding Question

Product/ Performance

At the level of Understanding Explanation Discuss the nature, special features and elements of Haiku /hokku/ tanka/ and other contemporary AfroAsian poetry. accurate insightful justified Express emotional reaction to what was presented in the poem. credible insightful illuminating Describe the relationships among the elements of a haiku, tanka and other contemporary Afro-Asian poems. insightful illuminating justified Explain how literary 27 Performance Perform ance assess ment of a haiku based on the follow ing criteria: -Focus/ Theme -Imagery -Rhythm -Language -Visuals

Topic 3 The learner The learner demonstrates understanding of how haiku, tanka, Writes an original hokku and other contemporary Haiku. Afro -Asian poetry present and pro mote the ideals, beliefs, culture and experiences of the people; thus enhance and preserve worth while universal values. Language Focus: Using correct gerunds and infinitives in expressing appreciation and understanding of Afro-Asian poetry.

The structure and content of Afro-Asian poetry reflect the peoples identity that contribute much in promoting and enriching their beliefs, attitudes, tradition and culture; thus help in the betterment of the society and the world. .

Why do learners study Afro-Asian poetry?

A creative and original Haiku

techniques help in bringing out the beauty and essence of the poem. insightful illuminating justified Synthesize production elements that contribute to the development and effectiveness of writing a haiku . accurate insightful illuminating Show appreciation of the significant human experiences highlighted in haiku, hokku, tanka and other contemporary Afro-Asian and Filipino poems. credible insightful illuminating Interpretation Analyze the distinct qualities of a haiku, hokku, and tanka insightful meaningful significant Evaluate the common features of Afro-Asian and 28

Filipino poems. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Evaluate how the poets choose words to create effective expressions of their thoughts, feelings and observations in life. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Read, comprehend, discuss and interpret Afro-Asian poems highlighting their culture, beliefs and societies. illustrative insightful meaningful significant Make sense of a haiku using appropriate media and technological aids. illustrative meaningful illuminating Application Write a haiku. adaptive effective efficient 29

fluent

Use multimedia and technology in the presentation of a Cultural Report. adaptive diverse effective efficient Use appropriate gerunds / infinitives highlighting feelings, thoughts, actions and observations in life . adaptive effective efficient fluent Refine presentation of significant human experiences in poems. adaptive effective efficient diverse Demonstrate a mature command of the language with freshness of expressions and varied structures. effective efficient fluent

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Use imperatives effectively in written and oral communication. effective efficient fluent Produce written and oral works that to demonstrate comprehension and appreciation of Afro-Asian poems. effective efficient diverse fluent Use the language effectively to convey knowledge, meaning and communication. adaptive effective efficient fluent Collect , write and talk about significant experiences communicated in an AfroAsian poem through a Cultural Report. adaptive effective efficient fluent Stimulate oral appreciation of a haiku /hokko / tanka effective 31

efficient fluent realistic

Perspective Compare Afro Asian language, oral traditions and poems that reflect their customs, culture and societies. credible insightful revealing Understand how to respond critically to an Afro-Asian poem. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible Analyze the effectiveness of complex elements of an AfroAsian poem. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible Examine a haiku from several critical perspective. critical in analytical sense insightful plausible

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View concepts and ideas presented in an Afro-Asian poem from different perspectives. credible insightful plausible revealing Compare and contrast different culture and traditions as reflected in Afro-Asian and Filipino poems credible insightful plausible revealing Infer the emotional appeal of the poem read. Credible Insightful Plausible Empathy Evaluate own and others style for organizing, preparing and presenting a very unique haikku. insightful open perceptive receptive Understand how and why people react differently to poems based on their background knowledge, purpose and point of view. insightful open 33

perceptive receptive Connect information and experiences in text to life and life to text experiences. open insightful perceptive receptive Consider how others use rhythm, rhyme and language for effect. open receptive receptive tactful Be open to the links between ones life and that of others throughout the world as reflect ed in Afro-Asian poems. open receptive perceptive Show value and respect for others and diversity as evident in Afro-Asian and Filipino poetry. insightful open perceptive Self-knowledge Recognize ones knowledge, strengths and values as effect of ones understanding and appreciation of a haiku and other contemporary 34

Afro-Asian poem read. self- adjusting self-aware meta cognitive reflective State the effect of a poem in ones value system. self-adjusting meta cognitive mature wise Use self- correction strategies for writing a haiku . self-adjusting meta cognitive mature wise

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