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English This Way

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English This Way

Traditional grammar delivered in modern strategies!

English This Way is a language program for English teachers and pupils who are more comfortable teaching and learning English using the traditional grammar approach. It puts heavy stress on the speaking and writing aspects of the English language while at the same time gives adequate treatment of the other areas of communication.

Author/s:
Nursery: Maria Alicia S. Bustos-Orosa and Erlinda S. Avelino
Kindergarten 1: Maria Alicia S. Bustos-Orosa and Chona H. Barraquias
Kindergarten 2: Maria Alicia S. Bustos-Orosa and Cecilia B. Corsino
Grade 1: Erlinda S. Avelino
Grade 2: Arlita T. Perez
Grade 3: Chona H. Barraquias
Grade 4: Wilma P. Gonzales; Reviser: Jennifer A. Jarlego
Grade 5: Leonila S. Navea; Reviser: Imelda C. Masilungan
Grade 6: Elisa M. Robles; Reviser: Carla Fermin-Vacunador

Level/s: Nursery; Kindergarten 1 and 2; Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

English This Way ensures mastery of the English language through:

  • Providing a comprehensive study of the structure, usage, and grammar of the English language
  • Giving ample discussions of nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and sentences
  • Involving pupils in discovering for themselves grammar rules and patterns through numerous examples culled from real-life situations
  • Articulating the skills to be acquired in each lesson
  • Facilitating ensuing evaluation
  • Integrating values and skills in the different subject areas as opposed to piecemeal and fragmented instruction, for language skills are integral to other subject areas
  • Utilizing different fun strategies, such as comic strips, dramatizations, puzzles, and drawing exercises

Worktext Copyright:

Nursery: 1997

Kindergarten 1: 1997

Kindergarten 2: 1995

Grade 1: 2017

Grade 2: 2017

Grade 3: 2017

Grade 4: 2018

Grade 5: 2018

Grade 6: 2018

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Integrated English for Effective Communication

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Integrated English for Effective Communication

Engage your learners to help them acquire reading and language skills!

The Integrated English for Effective Communication K to 12 series (IEEC) integrates knowledge, skills, and processes designed in learning the English language through differentiated activities, authentic tasks, and various forms of assessments geared toward literacy and communicative competence.

Author/s:
Grade 1: Joanna Karla N. Bautista;
Grade 2: Karen Grace H. Zablan and Mark Gleen O. Cidro;
Grade 3: Alce M. Sentones, Louie G. Mendoza, and Ace Lyn U. Miranda;
Grade 4: Mark Gleen O. Cidro and Karen Grace H. Zablan;
Grade 5 and 6: Louie G. Mendoza Alce M. Sentones Ace Lyn U. Miranda

Level/s: Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

The following are the lesson components of the series:

  • Unblock prompts and motivates the learner through a variety of pictures, questions, and graphic organizers.
  • Uncover introduces new and unfamiliar words in the selection through interesting and varied
    clues.
  • Activate, Enrich, and Engage present activities designed to address knowledge, process, and understanding of the skills
  • Connect takes on the reading-to-writing connection to build the assimilation of skills through
    notes and summary statements.
  • Keep in Mind recaps the skills learned by providing a transition statement for promoting
    understanding. It helps the learner to maintain focus and make meaning of the important
    grammar and reading points.
  • Engaging Scenario is the application of the skill in different contexts and various forms of media
    through a performance task with an accompanying rubric as a guide for evaluation.
  • Viewing provides closure to the entire lesson through a visual application of the skill in various forms of media.

Mold the communicative competence of Filipino learners in using English as a second language with IEEC.

Worktext Copyright:

Grade 1: 2015

Grade 2: 2015

Grade 3: 2015

Grade 4: 2015

Grade 5: 2015

Grade 6: 2015

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Learning and Intensifying English Today

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Learning and Intensifying English Today

Learning and Intensifying English Today awakens the imagination, takes you to the past, and leads you to the future.

Open your door to a whole new level of fun and learning! Let the Learning and Intensifying English (LIFE) Today series take you to a remarkable reading journey! Meet new friends and travel to different worlds with selections of poetry, legends, folklore, biographies, and cultural references!

Author/s:
Kindergarten: Marianne L. Lekcharoen
Grade 1: Gloria Lucia H. Umali
Grade 2: Norma J. Serrano
Grade 3: Catherine M. Franco
Grade 4: Emilia C. Mesa
Grade 5: Virginia E. Antonio
Grade 6: Ma. Concepcion M. Franco

Level/s: Kindergarten; Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

A comprehensive integrated worktext series for grade school pupils that will surely make them LOOK into
their life, SPEND life with others, SHARE lives together, and BUILD one life, one dream, one world! Z Life Today gets the pupils started with either phonics, spelling, or vocabulary development.

  • Life Is Good contains various types of literary selections, which reveal that all persons are essentially good
    and life is infinitely worth living.
  • Life Is Exciting provides pupils with exercises that will teach them how to do reference work, how to
    understand and appreciate what they read, and how to enjoy reading.
  • Life Is Challenging hones study and literary appreciation skills.
  • Grammar Link contains discussions on and exercises in language forms and functions.
  •  Enjoy Life develops the pupils’ God-given talents in singing, drawing, playing games, solving puzzles, or writing.

Worktext Copyright:

Kindergarten: 2014

Grade 1: 2016

Grade 2: 2017

Grade 3: 2018

Grade 4: 2013

Grade 5: 2013

Grade 6: 2013

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Phoenix Learning Package: Skill Builders for Efficient Reading

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Phoenix Learning Package: Skill Builders for Efficient Reading

The Phoenix Learning Package (PLP) offers the newest techniques in developing pupils’ vocabulary, comprehension, literary appreciation, and study skills. It offers a new feature, oral interpretation, which aims at improving speech and developing personality.

Author/s:
Grade 1: Dr. Araceli M. Villamin, Evelyn S. Salazar, Lourdes P. Villanueva, and Obdulia L. Jose
Grade 2: Dr. Araceli M. Villamin, Evelyn S. Salazar, Wilhelmina G. Borjal, Obdulia L. Jose, and Lourdes P. Villanueva
Grade 3: Dr. Araceli M. Villamin, Bernardita O. Gonzalo, Maria A. Orendain, and Evelyn S. Salazar
Grade 4: Wilhelmina G. Borjal, Victor R. Fumar, Elineth Elizabeth L. Suarez, EdD, Dr. Araceli M. Villamin, and Evelyn S. Salazar
Grade 5: Jose Ramelle E. Javier; Revisers: Marie Rose J. Ogena, Valerie C. Bacasmas, and Rachel S. Villafuerte
Grade 6: Wilhelmina G. Borjal, Vilma May A. Fuentes, James W. Pecaña, Julieta M. Sasuman, and Evelyn S. Salazar

Level/s: Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

The Worktext can be used in three different ways: as part of a lesson in the regular reading and/or Communication Arts Program; as the main text in an extensive course for mastering the four fundamental reading skills; and as a complementary text in a corrective/remedial reading program.

The PLP series is organized into five major areas—each developing a cluster of important subskills needed for an effective reading course. The Worktext contains reading exercises ranging from easy to difficult: Starter, Reinforcer, and Challenger. A score-to-percent conversion table and a student’s record sheet for recording the exercises results and the child’s progress are found at the back pages.

Worktext Copyright:

Grade 1: 2013

Grade 2: 2013

Grade 3: 2014

Grade 4: 2014

Grade 5: 2014

Grade 6: 2014

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The Phoenix World of Reading

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The Phoenix World of Reading

Tour the world of reading and be in the lead!
The Phoenix World of Reading series offers a comprehensive range of learning experiences that include the development of phonics, comprehension, literature, and study and reference skills. Each lesson follows a carefully-structured design that leads to a holistic understanding of the total reading process. The program enables the pupils to read effectively by accessing prior knowledge, setting purposes, predicting story structure, and applying comprehension strategies.

Author/s:
Kindergarten 1 and 2: Alce M. Sentones
Grade 1: Carol C. Espiritu; Reviser: Bernadette 0. Datuin
Grade 2: Cecilia B. Corsino; Reviser: Valerie C. Bacasmas
Grade 3: Elisa M. Robles; Reviser: Vivien R. Avelino
Grade 4: Leonor L. Odronia; Reviser: Ma. Divina G. Villanueva
Grade 5: Jose Ramelle E. Javier; Revisers: Marie Rose J. Ogena, Valerie C. Bacasmas, and Rachel S. Villafuerte
Grade 6: Victoria L. Magbag, Valerie C. Bacasmas, and Rachel S. Villafuerte

Level/s: Kindergarten 1 and 2; Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

The following are the essential features of the series:

  • Selections that include a wide range of literary genre for skill development
  • Emphasis on phonics
  • Thematic in structure
  • Emphasis on values and integration with other subject areas
  • Use of rubrics as a form of assessment
  • Provision of online resources for enrichment
  • Development of the key concepts of environmental education, gender sensitivity, justice and peace education, and political education

Components:

The worktext is a treasure trove of literary genre with high quality literature used as springboards for the integrated language system of the series. The sequential arrangement of skills provides for teaching, practice, and application exercises that are rich and varied. Integrated in the lesson are guiding principles under which key concepts, such as environment education, gender sensitivity education, peace and justice education, and political education are developed. Hence, the worktext features not only activities for enriching language experiences but also values formation.

Worktext Copyright:

Kindergarten 1: 2008

Kindergarten 2: 2008

Grade 1: 2017

Grade 2: 2017

Grade 3: 2017

Grade 4: 2017

Grade 5: 2017

Grade 6: 2017

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Dr. Ernesto Y. Sibal was one of the few Filipinos in academic publishing who can irrefutably lay claim to these three titles—Patriot, Pioneer and Innovator. A staunch patriot, Dr. Sibal fiercely advocated the vision of designating Filipino-authored books for young Filipino learners. This vision was enabled by the establishment of Alemar’s Bookstore in 1958, and through the foresight and drive of Alegria Rodriguez, who shared in the vision of her husband, she helped galvanize then fledgling Alemar's Bookstore as the place to go for textbooks and school needs, propelling it to become the first established bookstore chain in the country.

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Steps to Functional Writing

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Steps to Functional Writing

Steps to Functional Writing helps learners improve their handwriting for them to communicate effectively.

Writing is a vital communication skill. It is the medium of expressing one’s thoughts and ideas in written form. Imagine a letter written illegibly. The receiver will not decipher it and may not respond to it appropriately. The effectiveness of a written communication, therefore, depends to a large extent on the legibility of one’s handwriting.

Steps to Functional Writing aims to help learners improve their handwriting through a unique teaching plan.

Author/s:
Kindergarten: M.C. Franco
Grades 1 and 2: V. Antonio
Grades 3 and 4: N. Serrano
Grades 5 and 6: E. Mesa

Coordinator/s:
Gloria L. Cruz

Consultant/s:
Sr. Josefina F. Nebres, ICM

Level/s: Kindergarten; Grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

Worktext Copyright:

The New Kindergarten: 2014

The New Grade 1: 2014

The New Grade 2: 2014

The New Grade 3: 2014

The New Grade 4: 2014

The New Grade 5: 2014

The New Grade 6: 2014

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Writing through Art

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Writing through Art

Write and the child will not follow you. Draw and the child will!

Writing and drawing should not be done separately but simultaneously. Children draw for fun and, in the process, learn how to write. This is why Writing through Art teaches writing, a seemingly difficult task for young children, through art, a thing they enjoy doing. Through various art activities in the worktext, they will soon learn to write without them even noticing it.

Writing through Art hits two birds with one stone: It lets children have fun drawing while teaching them how to write at the same time.

Author/s:
Chita Rebollido-Millan

Level/s: Nursery; Kindergarten 1 and 2

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