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Transcript of Demonstration Teaching
God Will Make a Way
God will make a way
Where there seems to be no way
He works in ways we cannot see
He will make a way for me.
He will be my guide
Hold me closely to his side
With love and strength for each new day
He will make a way, He will make a way.
by John Paul Abellera
English Time Vol. No. XVI No. 4, page 42-44
Direction: Identify the meaning of the words in blue with the help of context clues.
1. One of the city’s
was congested. As a solution to the problem,
officials advised commuters to use another road.
2. The kids are
around the yard but their nannies are too lazy to run
3. The poor man
for food in the trash and while searching, a guy
approached him and gave him money.
4. I’m tired of hearing politicians making
pronouncements about their
devotion to the people.
delivery man brought the furniture all by himself because he’s strong
An assumed fact based on the information gathered.
An assumption developed as a next logical step for the given information.
Complete the story by inferring and drawing conclusion.
THE TRUTH ABOUT BAD HABITS
A wealthy man requested an old scholar to wean his son away from his bad habits.
The scholar took the youth for a stroll through a garden. Stopping suddenly he asked the boy to pull out a tiny plant growing there. The youth held the plant between his thumb and forefinger and pulled it out. The old man then asked him to pull out a slightly bigger plant. The youth pulled hard and the plant came out, roots and all.
"Now pull out that one," said the old man pointing to a bush. The boy had to use all his strength to pull it out.
"Now take this one out," said the old man, indicating a guava tree. The youth grasped the trunk and tried to pull it out. But it would not budge.
"I – It's impossible," said the boy, panting with the effort.
"So it is with bad habits," said the sage.
"When they are young...
Present a drawing comparing a healthy child with healthy habits and an unhealthy child with unhealthy habits; and use inference in discussing your drawing.
Think of a song which tells a story about the outcome of letting a bad habit turn into an addiction and predict what happened next in the person’s life through a song also.
Make a slogan about the benefits of living a vice-free life in inference or conclusion format.
END OF THE LESSON
1. How will you convince a boy smoking at an early age to stop his bad habit? Write what you will say to him on one whole piece of paper.
2. Read "Children of the City" Amadis Ma. Guerrero, page 46-52 on the English Time.