Reading and Writing Weekly Home Learning Plan Quarter 1 Week 6

Here are the learning tasks this week under Reading and Writing. You need to flex your writing muscles. For the digital copy of the Weekly Home Learning Plan, click here

This week, you will do a performance task using what you have learned for the past weeks. Review first the patterns of development in paragraph writing and the properties of well- written text. The concepts under these topics will help you to accomplish the task.

You need to write a personal narrative. This type of writing is about your experiences in a particular event of your life. To help you understand about it, read the article “How to Write a Personal Narrative” by Grace Fleming.

To help you write your own narrative, read “Engineering for the People” by Kent Harry Perez Cumpio, a winning piece in the 2018 International Essay Contest for Young People.

The performance task you need to accomplish this week is writing a personal narrative about your life experience during COVID-19 pandemic. You can highlight your story on how you learn in the new normal. We will follow the contest guidelines set by Everywhere Heroes Inc. and Philippine Board on Books for Young People (PBBY). The topic of the 1st Annual Everywhere Heroes Contest for Literature is What Does COVID Mean To You? Here are the mechanics:

-          Personal narrative must be of a true, life story

-          Work must be original and unpublished

-          Work must be written in English

-          Maximum of 750 words, not including the title

-          Work must be typed, 12 font size in Times New Roman or Arial

-          No photos or illustration

-          Only one entry per person

Note: For those who use tablets or phones, type your narrative in Microsoft Word or any software or app for document. For those who do not have the device, you can write your output on a paper.

You can submit you work to the organizers of the contest. Ask your subject teacher about the guidelines for you to join the competition.

The judging of your output in our class is based on a rubric with the criteria focusing on Organization, Cohesion and Coherence, Language Use, and Mechanics. 

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