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How to integrate lessons about orioles in the teaching-learning process
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Orioles and other birds have no significance
A. OBJECTIVES: After reading, pupils can:
1) tell how many species of orioles are there;
2) tell where in the world orioles are found;
3) explain where orioles live, their habitats;
4) tell & differentiate colors of orioles; males from females;
5) tell kinds of oriole nests and how they build them;
6) tell size, shape, color and number of eggs;
7) tell how orioles hatch and take care of their youngs and;
8) describe food they eat; how they get them.
Videos, colorful pictures of orioles, books, magazines, etc.
Orioles - Species of true orioles (URL here)
- 1) Let pupils participate in the hanging or posting of pictures of orioles in the bulletin board;
- 2) Video showing about orioles;
- 3) Letting a pupil tell something to the class about his experience with birds
- 1) Print enough copies of content if not found in the basic text;
- 2) Teach or recall standards for silent reading;
- 3) Let pupils recite or recall the guide questions to be answered during the oral reading phase.
For this particular subject matter, the guide questions are simplified this way:
- a) How many species of orioles are there?;
- b) In what places on earth can we find orioles?;
- c) Where do they live?
- d) What are the colors of orioles?;
- e) Do orioles lay eggs? How? Where?
- f) What food do they eat? Do they like ice cream? Do they drink coke?
Silent Reading Proper. Teacher observes.
- 1) Teach or recall standards for oral reading;
- 2) Let a good reader do the oral reading with the rest of the class listening and following the reader on their own books/materials;
- 3) Answering the questions orally. As much as possible, try to develop the habit of letting pupils say the answers in their own words or vocabulary
E. Enrichment activities
[Best done during Saturday] :
1) Visit or trip to a place where birds are, aviary, etc. to watch, observe and note down observation; reading or reciting related poems,
2) Making a scrapbook with a drawing or picture of an oriole complete with a caption; Teacher collects the scrapbook and rate them accordingly.
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