Understanding by Design (UbD) | |
|Teachers: |Boiser, Felyn Mae | | |Canlom, Joal Marie | | |Martinez, Honey Faye | | |Miranda, Mariele Rose | |Notion: |Hero | |Grammar Focus: |Simple Past Tense of Regular Verb | |References: |English for All Times 3, Angeles, Evelyn et. al. pp. 126 - 127 | | |English Expressways, Angeles, Evelyn et. al. pp. 130 – 137 | |Materials: |Pictures of heroes, textbooks, worksheets |
|Stage 1 – Desired Result | |End goal: | |Students will understand and realize that they can be hero in their own little way. They will also understand and realize that simple past | |tense of the verbs shows our actions in the past. | |Understandings: |Essential Questions: | |Students will understand that… | | |They can be a hero in their own little way. |How can you become a hero? | |Courage is needed in becoming a hero. |What are the qualities of a hero? | |Actions in the past can be express through the simple past tense |Are you willing to sacrifice yourself for the sake of others? | |of the verb. |How do we form simple past tense of the verb? | | |What are the uses of the simple past tense of the verb? |
|Stage 2 – Assessment Evidence | |Six facets of understanding: |Other Evidences: | |Explanation |Oral participation | |How is simple past tense of the verb formed? |Answering the comprehension check | |Interpretation |Telling how their heroes in life became hero | |Why do we need heroes? |worksheets | |Application | |...