GRADE 3 Learners Materials (LM)

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In this article, you will find our compiled GRADE 3 Learners Materials (LM). We aim to complete all the GRADE 3 Learners Materials (LM) to make them available to our fellow teachers and help them complete their resources to make their efforts more directed into the actual teaching process.

You will find the download links for the Learner’s / Learning Materials at the bottom of this article. If you have time, you may read the article below from the Department of Education.

—- HOW IS INSTRUCTION DELIVERED UNDER THE IMPACT SYSTEM?

In the IMPACT learning system, learners are grouped into learning families. A learning family is composed of pupils from levels 1 to 6 which comprises of about 50 to 60 pupils. These learners are under one teacher or Instructional Supervisor. An Instructional Supervisor may handle as many as two learning families for as long as the maximum number of pupils does not exceed 120. In setting-up learning families, it is important that brothers and sisters belong to one family including friends and neighbors. This is because in the IMPACT system, family members will want to feel responsible for each other; and friends and neighbors will have a greater responsibility for their group mates. 

The learning family setup of the IMPACT system has proven to be highly successful as it supports the three main modes of instructional delivery under the IMPACT system, namely:

Programmed Teaching, Peer-Group Learning, and Individual Study

PROGRAMMED TEACHING

Programmed teaching is a kind of instruction where the ―programmed teacher‖ or PT strictly follows pre-arranged lessons which do not only present what are to be taught but also how they are taught. This means that the PT follows a sequence of steps in presenting the lesson, hence, the term programmed teaching is applied to levels 1 to 3 pupils. The pre-arranged lessons are already prepared and presented in Programmed Teaching Modules. This mode of delivering instruction is used for pupils in levels 1, 2, and the first semester of level 3 pupils. The programmed teachers (PT) are the brighter pupils in levels 4, 5, and 6 who are willing to be trained as programmed teachers. Level 6 pupils teach level 1, level 5 pupils teach level 3, and level 4 pupils teach level 2. A PT is assigned only one-half (1/2) of the required session of the subject per day of programmed teaching. It may happen that a lesson will take more than half of the period, and so another PT will take over to continue the lesson. In some cases, a PT would be able to handle the whole period with authority from an IS.

A PT is introduced as a ―big brother or ―big sister‖ and usually belongs to the same learning family. An elder brother or sister of a learner in level 1 or 2 may be assigned as PT in their level. This sense of pride and familial belongingness may enhance a learner‘s (in level 1 or 2) positive attitude towards the lesson. Absences can easily be monitored and checked as the big brother or sister may already be able to report to the IS the reason why the younger sibling was absent. This would also be true for friends and neighbors.

The IS prepares all the necessary instructional materials needed by the PT before the programmed teaching schedule. He/She also has to train the PT on the correct way of following the different item programs (please see ANNEX 4 for the different item programs and their descriptions) as stated in the module. Before classes end for the day, the IS sees to it that the assigned PT for the next day‘s lesson is ready and has been trained. All the needed instructional materials should also be ready before the actual programmed teaching session. Assigned PTs are given their schedules for programmed teaching at least a week ahead of actual programmed teaching. This will give them time to practice, study the assigned lessons for programmed teaching, and also study ahead their learning modules. Usually, PTs are given copies of the peer-group learning modules they are working on for the week for the to study. The ISs are encouraged to train several PTs to give opportunity to other pupils to develop their confidence and leadership skills as well as make them available when there would be PTs that cannot program teach due to valid reasons.

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Grade 3 Learners Materials / Learning Materials  – Quarter 2

ARALING PANLIPUNAN Learning Materials  

                Ang Mga Kwento ng Mga Lalawigan sa Sariling Rehiyon

 

ART Learning Materials  

                Painting

 

ENGLISH Learning Materials  

                Grammar

 

ESP Learning Materials  

                Mahal Ko, Kapwa Ko

 

MTB Learning Materials  

                Akeanon

Bikol

Pangasinan

Sambal

Sinugbuanong Binisaya

Surigaonon

Tausug

Waray

Yakan

 

 

MUSIC Learning Materials  

                Melody and Form

 

SCIENCE Learning Materials  

                Living Things and Their Environment

 

 

 

MAPEH

3RD QUARTER

  1. LM_MUSIC 3_Melody and Form
  2. LM_MUSIC 3_Timbre and Dynamics
  3. LM_ARTS 3_Q3
  4. LM_PE 3._Q3
  5. LM_HEALTH 3_Q3

4th QUARTER

 

MATH

1st – 4th QUARTER

  1. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 1 – 10
  2. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 11 – 20
  3. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 21 – 30
  4. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 31 – 40
  5. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 41 – 50
  6. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 51 – 60
  7. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 61 – 70
  8. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 71 – 80
  9. LM_MATH 3_Lessons 81 – 87

4th QUARTER

  1. GRADE 3 Learners Materials in MATH – 4th Quarter

 

ARALING PANLIPUNAN

3RD QUARTER- Ang Pagkakakilanlang Kultural Ng Kinabibilangang Rehiyon

  1. ARALING PANLIPUNAN 3
  2. Cordillera Administrative Region
  3. GITNANG LUZON
  4. REHIYONG AWTONOMOUS PARA SA MUSLIM MINDANAO
  5. PAG-AASAHAN NG BAWAT REHIYON
  6. MATERYAL AT DI-MATERYAL NA KULTURA
  7. KULTURANG MATERYAL NG UNANG PILIPINO
  8. PANAHANAN NG MGA PILIPINO PAGDATING NG DAYUHAN
  9. IPINAGMAMALAKI KONG AKOY PILIPINO
  10. Kababaihan sa Panahon ng Ninuno
  11. MGA KATUTUBONG KAALAMAN PANINIWALA
  12. Pananampalataya ng mga Unang Pilipino
  13. Rehiyon ng Ilocos
  14. Rehiyon Ng Lambak ng Cagayan

4th QUARTER

 

ENGLISH

 3rd Quarter

  1. Identifying Cause-Effect Relationship 1
  2. Identifying Cause-Effect Relationship 2
  3. Giving Appropriate Ending For A Given Situation-1
  4. Writing A Story Ending
  5. Draw Conclusion Using Picture Stimuli
  6. Draw Conclusion 2
  7. Identifying Adjectives
  8. Comparing Adjectives
  9. Give An Appropriate Ending To A Given Situation
  10. Identifying Irrelevant Ideas In A Passage
  11. Using Prepositions
  12. Distinguishing Real And Fantasy
  13. Inferring Character’s Traits
  14. Predicting Outcome
  15. Let’s Get Better In Reading 3

4th QUARTER

  1. GRADE 3 Learners Materials in ENGLISH – 4th Quarter

 

ESP

4th QUARTER

  1. GRADE 3 Learners Materials in ESP – 4th Quarter

 

SCIENCE

4th QUARTER

  1. GRADE 3 Learners Materials in SCIENCE – 4th Quarter

 

MTB

4th QUARTER

GRADE 3 Learners Materials in MTB – 4th Quarter


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