DepEd Teacher Read-Aloud is a component of National Learning Recovery Program planned to be implemented in the Catch-Up Fridays. National Learning Recovery Program stipulated in DO 013, s. 2023 initiatives provide opportunities to enhance learners’ academic performance, particularly the low proficiency levels in reading based on national and international large-scale assessments. This reading intervention is a result of the 2022 PISA Result where the country ranked poorly in both reading and Mathematics.
National Learning Recovery Program in the Catch-Up Fridays begun with the DEAR or “Drop Everything and Read” theme implemented last month. In February, the Department of Education (DepEd) focus on Teacher Read-Aloud theme in which this post will give you brief introduction and essential materials. In this strategy, the choice of books for enjoyment shall be accorded to the learners. Teachers may recommend books that align with learners’ existing interests, preferences, and contexts, or introduce learners to new topics or genres that they enjoy.
In this Teacher Read-Aloud strategy, teachers will be in-need for reliable and easy to use learning materials like short stories, animated story books and different literatures. For that, our eLibrary will be a good place to download such materials. The Alapan 1 ES eLibrary had more than 2000 learning resources which 20 percent of those materials are purposely made for reading.
DepEd Teacher Read-Aloud Logo, Guidelines and Reading Materials
We prepared the links for our collection of reading materials for Drop Everything and Read (DEAR). You might also need to download its logo and implementing guidelines.
|Drop Everything and Read (DEAR) Materials
|Teacher Read-Aloud Logo
|Teacher Read-Aloud Guidelines
|Teacher Read-Aloud Reading Materials
- Lesson Exemplars (LE)
- Weekly Home Learning Plan (WHLP)
- Modules and LEAP
- Learning Activity Sheets (LAS)
- Lesson Powerpoint (PPT)