GRADE 4 Learners Materials – 2nd Quarter LM | DepEd Club

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In this article, you will find our compiled GRADE 4 Learners Materials – 2nd Quarter LM. We aim to complete all the GRADE 4 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.

Desirable learning and teaching materials

  • Reading books – supplied in single copies rather than in class sets and in sufficient quantities to enable every student to have at least one new title to read at least once a week throughout the school year. These are required at every level of education from lower primary up to senior secondary. Initially they form a basic support to the achievement of early literacy but alsoto the  inculcation of the reading habit. They help to develop vocabulary, grammar, comprehension and selfexpression and eventually to support student research skills.
  • Big books – particularly useful in lower primary grades. They can be designed and supplied without text (as a cost reduction strategy) so that teachers can write in a variety of local language equivalents. They can be used by teachers to read stories and to show pictures because the illustrations should be big enough to be visible even
    at the back of large classes. They can also encourage shared reading through pair and small group work.
  • Illustrated word books (for lower primary) and appropriate dictionaries at every level in local and international languages and in monolingual and bilingual editions. In upper grades, dictionaries of specialist terminology are also useful (e.g. dictionaries of science, geography etc).
  • Atlases – generally introduced at upper primary and essential at secondary level.
  • Anthologies – collections of stories for teachers to read to classes, particularly important in lower primary classes.
  • Rhymes and poetry – to encourage imaginative word use, student creativity and appreciation of the possibilities of language and culture.
  • Grammar books in local, regional and international languages – as references for teachers.
  • Reference and school library books – to encourage further reading, the development of individual student interests, the development of student research skills and to provide extension materials for elite students and reinforcement materials for others.





                IKALAWANG MARKAHAN- Lipunan, Kultura at Ekonomiya ng Aking Bansa



ART Learners Materials



ENGLISH Learners Materials


Oral Language

Reading Comprehension



FILIPINO Learners Materials



HEALTH Learners Materials


Prevention and Control of Diseases and Disorders

Substance Use and Abuse


MUSIC Learners Materials



SCIENCE Learners Materials

                Living Things and Their Environment


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