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Hitsura: Usa ka Libro sa mga Pagbati Emergent readers

Hitsura: Usa ka Libro sa mga Pagbati

Week 5.

Author: Yayi Espenilla-Fua

The book shows the many faces of children when they feel different emotions in different situations. Children feel happy when they play with playmates, when they read a book with a parent, when they watch a funny show with the family, or even when they are just by themselves. Children may feel sad when a parent leaves, a pet dies, when they are scolded, when they have no one to play with, when they are sick, when their parents are too busy, or when they are fighting with a sibling. They may also feel angry when they do not get what they want, when they fight with each other or with a parent, or when somebody takes away their toy. There are times when children also feel frightened – when it is dark, when there is lightning and thunder, when they imagine monsters or ghosts, when they have a bad dream, or when they break something in the house and their parents get mad. Often, children also feel shy especially when entering the classroom for the first time, when meeting another adult, when being befriended by another child, when performing, or being given something. But, they can also be brave when they defend each other from bullies, when they go to the doctor, or when they go inside the school or the classroom on their own.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Hain na Si Nanay ug Tatay? Emergent readers

Hain na Si Nanay ug Tatay?

Week 13.

Author: Glenda Darlene Garcia

A little boy looks outside the window eagerly waiting for his parents. He gets excited upon hearing a tricycle pass by but no mother or father comes down from it. He looks at other members of his family doing his or her task to help out in the house. Despite this, he still feels sad without his mother and father. The other family members see the little boy and comfort him. They explain why mother and father need to work. Suddenly, the moment that the little boy has been waiting for has arrived—his mother and father are back from work! They happily spend the night together.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Si Rose ug Si Alma Emergent readers

Si Rose ug Si Alma

Week 9.

Author: Pablito Petallar

Rose and Alma are best friends who like to play and do many things together. But, they are different in many ways. Rose sleeps early every night, so she wakes up early and well-rested the next morning. She helps her mother cook breakfast and eats a healthy meal. She takes a bath and dresses up very neatly. Alma, on the other hand, watches TV all night so she has difficulty waking up in the morning. Because she almost always wakes up late, she does not have time to eat breakfast and take a bath. She dresses up hurriedly, too. Rose arrives in school early while Alma shows up late. During snack time, Rose eats healthful food and drinks milk while Alma eats only eats sweets, soda and chips. In the classroom, Rose does her tasks well while Alma often falls asleep. Since Alma does not take a bath before going to school, none of the children want to play with her. Rose invites Alma to play jump rope with her, but Alma trips and hurts herself because she easily gets tired. Rose comforts Alma and tells her how she can be strong and healthy. From then on, Alma sleeps early, takes a bath in the morning, and eats healthy food. Alma changes and becomes happier and healthier.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Longganisa, Palihug! Emergent readers

Longganisa, Palihug!

Week 15.

Author: Angeli Ludovico

A picky eater, Blanca eats only longganisa. One day, she goes home crying because her team lost a relay in school. She could not run as fast as the other children because she does not eat vegetables or drink milk. The next day, mother packs her fish and vegetables for lunch but she would not eat her food. She goes home very hungry, and smells the food that mother has prepared. She is so hungry that she eats the pansit, the hot soup and the meat and finds everything delicious! From then on, she eats different kinds of food that give her energy.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Hitsura: Usa ka Libro sa mga Pagbati Emergent readers

Hitsura: Usa ka Libro sa mga Pagbati

Week 5.

Author: Yayi Espenilla-Fua

The book shows the many faces of children when they feel different emotions in different situations. Children feel happy when they play with playmates, when they read a book with a parent, when they watch a funny show with the family, or even when they are just by themselves. Children may feel sad when a parent leaves, a pet dies, when they are scolded, when they have no one to play with, when they are sick, when their parents are too busy, or when they are fighting with a sibling. They may also feel angry when they do not get what they want, when they fight with each other or with a parent, or when somebody takes away their toy. There are times when children also feel frightened – when it is dark, when there is lightning and thunder, when they imagine monsters or ghosts, when they have a bad dream, or when they break something in the house and their parents get mad. Often, children also feel shy especially when entering the classroom for the first time, when meeting another adult, when being befriended by another child, when performing, or being given something. But, they can also be brave when they defend each other from bullies, when they go to the doctor, or when they go inside the school or the classroom on their own.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Hain na Si Nanay ug Tatay? Emergent readers

Hain na Si Nanay ug Tatay?

Week 13.

Author: Glenda Darlene Garcia

A little boy looks outside the window eagerly waiting for his parents. He gets excited upon hearing a tricycle pass by but no mother or father comes down from it. He looks at other members of his family doing his or her task to help out in the house. Despite this, he still feels sad without his mother and father. The other family members see the little boy and comfort him. They explain why mother and father need to work. Suddenly, the moment that the little boy has been waiting for has arrived—his mother and father are back from work! They happily spend the night together.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Si Rose ug Si Alma Emergent readers

Si Rose ug Si Alma

Week 9.

Author: Pablito Petallar

Rose and Alma are best friends who like to play and do many things together. But, they are different in many ways. Rose sleeps early every night, so she wakes up early and well-rested the next morning. She helps her mother cook breakfast and eats a healthy meal. She takes a bath and dresses up very neatly. Alma, on the other hand, watches TV all night so she has difficulty waking up in the morning. Because she almost always wakes up late, she does not have time to eat breakfast and take a bath. She dresses up hurriedly, too. Rose arrives in school early while Alma shows up late. During snack time, Rose eats healthful food and drinks milk while Alma eats only eats sweets, soda and chips. In the classroom, Rose does her tasks well while Alma often falls asleep. Since Alma does not take a bath before going to school, none of the children want to play with her. Rose invites Alma to play jump rope with her, but Alma trips and hurts herself because she easily gets tired. Rose comforts Alma and tells her how she can be strong and healthy. From then on, Alma sleeps early, takes a bath in the morning, and eats healthy food. Alma changes and becomes happier and healthier.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Longganisa, Palihug! Emergent readers

Longganisa, Palihug!

Week 15.

Author: Angeli Ludovico

A picky eater, Blanca eats only longganisa. One day, she goes home crying because her team lost a relay in school. She could not run as fast as the other children because she does not eat vegetables or drink milk. The next day, mother packs her fish and vegetables for lunch but she would not eat her food. She goes home very hungry, and smells the food that mother has prepared. She is so hungry that she eats the pansit, the hot soup and the meat and finds everything delicious! From then on, she eats different kinds of food that give her energy.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Hitsura: Usa ka Libro sa mga Pagbati Emergent readers

Hitsura: Usa ka Libro sa mga Pagbati

Week 5.

Author: Yayi Espenilla-Fua

The book shows the many faces of children when they feel different emotions in different situations. Children feel happy when they play with playmates, when they read a book with a parent, when they watch a funny show with the family, or even when they are just by themselves. Children may feel sad when a parent leaves, a pet dies, when they are scolded, when they have no one to play with, when they are sick, when their parents are too busy, or when they are fighting with a sibling. They may also feel angry when they do not get what they want, when they fight with each other or with a parent, or when somebody takes away their toy. There are times when children also feel frightened – when it is dark, when there is lightning and thunder, when they imagine monsters or ghosts, when they have a bad dream, or when they break something in the house and their parents get mad. Often, children also feel shy especially when entering the classroom for the first time, when meeting another adult, when being befriended by another child, when performing, or being given something. But, they can also be brave when they defend each other from bullies, when they go to the doctor, or when they go inside the school or the classroom on their own.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Hain na Si Nanay ug Tatay? Emergent readers

Hain na Si Nanay ug Tatay?

Week 13.

Author: Glenda Darlene Garcia

A little boy looks outside the window eagerly waiting for his parents. He gets excited upon hearing a tricycle pass by but no mother or father comes down from it. He looks at other members of his family doing his or her task to help out in the house. Despite this, he still feels sad without his mother and father. The other family members see the little boy and comfort him. They explain why mother and father need to work. Suddenly, the moment that the little boy has been waiting for has arrived—his mother and father are back from work! They happily spend the night together.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Si Rose ug Si Alma Emergent readers

Si Rose ug Si Alma

Week 9.

Author: Pablito Petallar

Rose and Alma are best friends who like to play and do many things together. But, they are different in many ways. Rose sleeps early every night, so she wakes up early and well-rested the next morning. She helps her mother cook breakfast and eats a healthy meal. She takes a bath and dresses up very neatly. Alma, on the other hand, watches TV all night so she has difficulty waking up in the morning. Because she almost always wakes up late, she does not have time to eat breakfast and take a bath. She dresses up hurriedly, too. Rose arrives in school early while Alma shows up late. During snack time, Rose eats healthful food and drinks milk while Alma eats only eats sweets, soda and chips. In the classroom, Rose does her tasks well while Alma often falls asleep. Since Alma does not take a bath before going to school, none of the children want to play with her. Rose invites Alma to play jump rope with her, but Alma trips and hurts herself because she easily gets tired. Rose comforts Alma and tells her how she can be strong and healthy. From then on, Alma sleeps early, takes a bath in the morning, and eats healthy food. Alma changes and becomes happier and healthier.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Longganisa, Palihug! Emergent readers

Longganisa, Palihug!

Week 15.

Author: Angeli Ludovico

A picky eater, Blanca eats only longganisa. One day, she goes home crying because her team lost a relay in school. She could not run as fast as the other children because she does not eat vegetables or drink milk. The next day, mother packs her fish and vegetables for lunch but she would not eat her food. She goes home very hungry, and smells the food that mother has prepared. She is so hungry that she eats the pansit, the hot soup and the meat and finds everything delicious! From then on, she eats different kinds of food that give her energy.

Content reviewed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuguinayo, Department of Education – Bureau of Learning Delivery Title translations reviewed by the Department of Education – Region 7 Curriculum and Learning Management Division 2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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