2. Leksiyon/Lesson 2: Pagbasa/ Reading

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Paksa 2/Topic 2: Mahilig kaming kumain./We love to eat.

A.  Pagbabasa ng Kuwento/Reading

Basahin nang mabagal sa Pilipino. Isalin sa Inggles o sa wikang kinagisnan kung kinakailangan. Magtanong sa bata upang mahulaan ang susunod na mangyayari o upang makita ang pagunawa sa kuwento. Read the story aloud slowly in Filipino then in English or the dominant language if needed. Ask the child questions that would  predict the next part of the story or check their understanding.

Ipaliwanag ang ibig sabihin ng mga malalalim na salita na makakatulong sa pag-unawa ng bata sa kuwento. Explain the meaning of key words that may help the child grasp the meaning of the story.

Halu-Halo Espesyal ni/by Yvette Ferreol (Adarna House, 2006)

Sa Filipino: 

Isang linggo nang may sakit si Jackie, gusto na niyang lumabas ng bahay at maglaro. Lunes na at papasok na sa opisina ang kanyang ina. Binigyan siya ng mapait na gamot at sinabi niya kay Jackie, “Mag-isip ka ng masayang lugar, Jackie.” Naisip ni Jackie ang kanyang Lola Itang at ang kusina nito na nasa probinsiya. Naisip niya ang mga kagamitan niya sa kusina at ang kanyang mga masarap na niluluto. Biglang nagpakita ang kanyang Lola Itang na may dalang bibingka na may maalat na keso at itlog na maalat.

Martes, nagluto ng tsamporado si Lola Itang para kay Jackie. Matsokolate, matamis at magatas ito.

Miyerkules, naghurno ng ensaymada si Lola Itang para kay Jackie. Malambot, matamis  at makrema ito dahil  sa mantekilya at asukal.

Huwebes, nagprito ng turon na saging si Lola Itang para kay Jackie. Matamis at malutong ito.

Biyernes, naghanda sina Lola Itang at Jackie ng  haluhalo. Sa ilalim ng baso ay may garbansos at munggo, minatamis na saging, nata de coco, gulaman, langka, ube at leche flan.

Pag-uwi ng Mama ni Jackie, masaya ito dahil magaling na si Jackie. Nakatulong hindi lamang ang gamot kundi pati na rin ang pagmamahal ng kanyang Lola Itang.

In English:

Jackie has been sick for one week. She wanted to go out of the house to play but this was not possible. It was Monday and her mother had to go back to work. Her mother gave Jackie some bitter medicine and told her, “Think of a happy place, Jackie.” Jackie thought of her Lola Itang and her kitchen in the province. She thought about her Lola’s cooking utensils and her delicious food. All of a sudden, her Lola came with a plate of bibingka topped with cheese and salted egg.

On Tuesday, Lola cooked champorado for Jakie. It was chocolatey, sweet and milky.

On Wednesday, Lolo baked  ensaymada for Jackie. It was soft, sweet and creamy as it oozed with butter and sugar.

On Thursday, Lola fried some turon for Jackie. It was sweet and crispy.

On Friday, Lola prepared halu-halo for Jackie. It had sweet garbanzos and beans as well as bananas and jackfruit in syrup, nata de coco, gelatine, ube and leche flan.

When Mama came home, she was happy to find Jackie already well. The medicine did not just help, her Lola’s love also helped her get better.

 

 

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