Perceiving Cause and Effect Relationships
This resource will help your students identify cause/effect from statements/situations heard, perceive relationships, give possible causes to a given effect and possible effects to a given cause and write causes for given effects for given causes
A. Preparatory Activities
Ask: Which four-legged amphibian has a hard shell as for its protection? (turtle)
Say something about the turtle.
Are turtles good for a pet?
2. Unlocking of Difficulties
(Through contextual clues and pictures)
1. We can identify an animal by the kind of tracks it leaves on the ground.
a. marks left by persons, animals
b. trail taken by a vehicle
c. a symbol or clue
d. a rough road
2. Father and mother wait for me at the porch when I come home late.
c. covered passage
d. roofed shelter before the entrance of a building
3. Children waving flag is the sight that greeted the Secretary of Education when he arrived.
a. become apparent to the eye
b. receive or acknowledge
c. salute formally
4. One dark night, Rose opened the window and to her delight, hundreds of fireflies were hovering around the mango tree.
d. great pleasure
5. The slow turtle scrambled into the water.
a. mixed indiscriminately
b. blended thoroughly
c. stumbled slowly
d. moved awkwardly