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STA. MONICA ACADEMY BAAO, CAMARINES SUR A.Y.

2013-2014
LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 3rd Year January 20-24, 2014

Date 1st Day January 20

Objectives Within the 60-minute learning session, the students are able to: 1. note the details of the story; 2. show importance to life through their realizations; 3. make an opinion about life regarding the message of the poem .

Learning Content/ Expected Outcome A. Subject Matter - The Seven Ages of Man B. Reference - English for a Better World, pp. 255-256 C. Materials - Chalk and Chalkboard - Textbook (for students) D. Values Integration - Giving importance to life E. Skills - Critical thinking/ making an opinion

Procedure (Appreciation Lesson) A. Motivation/ Unlocking of Difficulties 1. Word Hunt. Seven student volunteers will search for words based from the given definition. B. Reading of Selection 1. 1st Reading by the teacher 2. 2nd Reading by the students C. Post-reading 1. Answering of Comprehension Check a. What were the seven ages mentioned in the poem?? D. Closure 1. What realization can you make? Why do we need to give importance to our life? What should we do to avoid regrets?

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Date 2nd Day January 21

Objectives Within the 60-minute learning session, the students are able to: 1. familiarize with the proper use of active and passive voice; 2. show goodness of living actively through oral discourse; 3. provide justification on certain topic.

Learning Content/ Expected Outcome A. Subject Matter - Using Active and Passive Voice B. References - English for a Better World, pp. 319-321 C. Materials - Chalk and chalkboard - Textbook D. Values Integration - Having an active life E. Skills - Reasoning

Procedure (Programmed Instruction) A. Motivation 1. What is a makapuno? Have you tasted it? Do you know how does it propagates? B. Presentation 1. A reading selection will be read about makapuno propagation. 2. Sentences taken from the selection will be posted on the board. A different version of the sentence will also be posted. C. Response 1. Students will give their observation on the sentences. 2. They will also be asked to give a sentence and afterwards the other version. D. Reinforcement 1. The teacher will now explain the concept of active and passive voice. 2. More examples will be given. 3. Exercises will be given thereafter. E. Evaluation 1. Why do we need to have an active life instead of passive? What would be the result if we remain a passive person?

Assignment

Date 3rd Day January 22

Objectives Within the 60-minute learning session, the students are able to: 1. identify if the statements are in active or passive voice;

Learning Content/ Expected Outcome A. Subject Matter - Active and Passive Voice

Procedure (Drill Lesson) A. Motivation 1. Boom-snap-clap. B. Repetition with Attention

Assignment

2. show the value of independence by doing the activity alone; 3. transform active to passive and vice versa

B. References - English for a Better World, pp. 324-338 C. Materials - Textbook - notebook D. Values Integration - Independence E. Skills - Transforming active into passive voice and viceversa

1. A short review will be done. Details for the use of active and passive voice and the tense change in their transformation. C. Application 1. Answer Activity 1, 2, 4, and 5 on your notebooks. a. Transform the ff. passive sentences into active. i. The car was driven by Manny.

Date 4th Day January 23

Role Playing Activity

Date Day January 24 5th

Review for the 4th Monthly Exam