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  1. Your Storyline...

  2. Can you imagine...?? • If you sow the seeds of respect, then your children will respect you. • If you were the son, would you also save your mother? • If I will meet people who do good despite of the difficulty, I would salute him with admiration. • What word is common among the given sentences? What does it express? • What does each sentence mean?

  3. Conditional Sentences (The What if Statements) • They play an important role in our self expression. • They describe a condition and the result that follows.

  4. Conditional Sentences (The What if Statements) • Conditional sentences are made up of two parts: the if-clause (condition) and the main clause (result that follows).

  5. Conditional Sentence (The What if Statements) The Common Uses of Conditional Statements • Conditions – An If-clause can refer to a condition that must happen first, so something else is likely to happen. e.g. If I will meet people who do good despite of the difficulty, I would salute him with admiration.

  6. Conditional Sentence (The What if Statements) 2. This can talk about a future situation that is unlikely to happen. e.g. • Ask the farmer if he would leave his aged mother on the mountain or not. ( He may or may not) • If the farmer left his mother on the mountain, she would have died.

  7. Conditional Sentence (The What if Statements) 3. If may mean “if it is true that” or “if it is the case that”. e.g. If it will bother your conscience, then why did you have to blindly follow what the emperor said?

  8. Conditional Sentence (The What if Statements) 4. It may also be used in imaginary, or untrue situations. e.g. If I blindly followed the emperor’s order, I would end up miserable and lonely.

  9. Conditional Sentence (The What if Statements) Mix and Match the item Column A with Column B to complete the conditional statements.

  10. Can you complete the following statements? • If I could talk to the son, I would ___________________________________. • If I could talk to the mother, I would ___________________________________. • If the son had left his mother on the mountain, she would __________________. • If I were the son, I would _______________.

  11. Conditionally yours Write 2-3 sentences using conditonal statements about the traditions and values of the Japanese and Chinese you have learned from the previous activities. Compare these values with some common Filipino values and traditions. Refer to the story where those values were evident. e.g. If the Chinese and Japanese value their families, the Filipinos love their families, too, as shown in the story, The Mats.

  12. Now, do I have a better understanding of my identity as an Asian?

  13. Extraditions road test... This roadtest will ask you to agree or disagree with each of the statements. • China has different folktales that feature their beliefs and traditions. • China, Japan and Phlippines have many examples of oral literature. • Asian countries including China, Japan and Philippines have been ruled by emperors.

  14. For the Japanes, happiness can be achieved in simple things. • For Asians, shame and honor go far beyond the individual, and reflect directly upon one’s family, nation, and other group, and so is taken very seriously. • The Philippines, China and Japan have traditions that are influenced by religion.

  15. 7. Kimono, geisha, sumo, and samurai are parts of Chinese traditions. 8. The Philippines, China and Japan have important tea ceremony. 9. Japanese write haikus to honor nature. 10. Philippines, China and Japan have three common qualities: love for the family, religiosity, and value for work.

  16. Now, do I have a better understanding of my identity as an Asian?

  17. Info Search • Conduct a Library Research to come up with a comprehensive view of unifying the distinctive characteristics , values and traditions of the people of China, Japan , and Philippines in preparation for your fnal task.

  18. Use this template to guide you on your online or library research.

  19. And more... Make sure to present sufficient information of the many different occasions that will provide relevant information about the culture and values of the Chinese and Japanese, and our beloved, Philippines. These will be used in coming up with a similar output as....

  20. A Travel Brochure

  21. How can I make a brochure?

  22. Learning the Basics • Plan • Fold a piece of paper in thirds and concisely write their information on it with art, they can make a brochure. It can be completed on the computer or without the aid of the computer • Prepare the Materials Needed: Have the following available: paper, colored pencils, markers, photos, artwork, a computer, color printer and access to the Internet, if available.

  23. Preparatory procedure Step 1: Decide on a purpose and a specific topic. Most brochures are made to inform the reader about the topic. However, if the brochure is about the traditions and values of selected Asian and African countries. You may need to do some research to add more information and complete your brochure. You should list your resources at the bottom of one panel.

  24. Step 2: Make a draft of the six panels. There are three panels on each side of the paper. It can be folded many ways, but the six panels need to be planned out on a piece of notebook paper. • Front Panel: This should have the title, name of the student, and basic information about the topic. A picture, clip art or small piece of artwork about the topic is a nice addition. • Other Five Panels: Display information with subtitles, pictures, clip art, and designs. • Students should decide what main information they want to display and tell about their topics. For example, if students are making a travel brochure about a country, one panel could be about the beaches in the country. If there are many beaches, students will need to choose the most important ones to them. A picture is always a nice addition.

  25. Constructing the Brochure • Step 3: Once the brochure is planned, student can begin working on their final product. If students are making the brochure on the computer, they can use Microsoft Word software. The paper can be set up on "landscape" and each side of the paper can be split into three panels by making three columns on each page. • Students can insert clip art, photos and scanned artwork. This will take time to complete. The teacher will need to schedule the computer lab or assign students to construct the brochure as homework. • If students are not using the computer, they need to neatly write their information on each panel and glue photos or clip art to the brochure.

  26. Assessing the Brochure with a Rubric The brochure can be assessed using a rubric. Again, key criteria could be accuracy, neatness, creativity and appropriate use of color.

  27. Let us test your understanding.. • Do you find brochure making easy to do? Why? • What skills are required of you in making a brochure? • In what way will the guidelines help you in your practical task? • What problem do you think might you encounter in making your brochure?

  28. Browse your Brochure Your task: You are a feature writer of your school paper. You have been asked by the baranggay to promote tourism as an industry. This is a requirement od the Department of Trade and Industry if a place intend to join the Search for Outstanding Baranggay. One of your first tasks is to design a travel brochure. This brochure will be distributed to the visitors of your baranggay. Copies of your brochure will likewise be distibuted to restaurants and stores that sell local products.

  29. This is what you do: • Prepare a letter-size sheet of paper by folding it twice to form a tri-fold brochure. • That will give you three outside panels to work with one large area or spread inside. • Present your brochure to the class as soon as you are ready. Wait for your teacher to give you the cue.

  30. Prepare your information • Gather information about local attractions, festivals, and unique qualities of your baranggay. Interview long-time residents and officials. • Arrange the information according to topics based on the assignment. For example, you might gather all information about living accommodations that visitors might expect to find in your locality, the kinds of terrain a traveler might expect to pass through, modes of transportation, the gifts tourists can expect to buyin your place, and things to see and do in your locality.

  31. Tips: • Create a colorful and eye-catching cover for your brochure. • Remember to provide accurate and detailed information on how visitors could get to the place. • Make your brochure as attractive, appealing and informative as you can. • Balance the text with illusrations and use varied colors.

  32. ASSESSMENT: Quality of the Information on how to get there ( 10 points possible) • High quality work – All possible modes of transportation are mentioned and explained. The terrains are mentioned as well as traffic conditions in the area. Map is beautifully colored. • Satisfactory work – Comments about modes of transportation, terrains, traffic condition are included but not well explained. Map is colored. • Unsatisfactory work – No map. Very vague descriptions of the modes of transporation, terrains and traffic situation.

  33. Quality of Information on Tourist Attractions High quality work – All tourist attractions and festivals are explained throughly. All possible reasons on why visitors have to visit the attractions have been provided. Satisfactory work – Some tourist attractions including festivals have been explained. Some possible reasons have been given on why visitors have to visit the attractions have been provided. Unsatisfactory work – Few tourist attractions have been identified. Festivals are not mentioned. No reasons were mentioned as to why visitors have to visit the place.

  34. Organization of the Brochure High quality of work – Information is organized. The brochure is easy to read and “flows” very well. The sections of the brochure are in order. Satisfactory work – Most of the brochure is organized. The brochure has decent “flow” throughout. The sections of the brochure are in a logical order. Unsatisfactory work – Very difficult to follow. Information doesn’t “flow” in a way that makes sense. Very disorganized.

  35. CHECKLIST FOR THE REVIEW OF A TRAVEL BROCHURE

  36. Featuring.. Our Brochures Travel and Tours Organization plans to publish a two-page brochure that contains relevant information about the culture and values of China, Japan and Philippines which they will use for their marketing campaign. The organization chose your advertising company to prepare a brochure. As a writer, you are tasked to: • Write 5-sentence articles about the traditions and values of the three countries with accurate information. • Design a brochure with attractive lay-out and a good mix of graphics and arts. • Observe the principles of clear organization, correct grammar, spelling and mechanics, and effective vocabulary.

  37. Rubric for assessment of traditions and values