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A Detailed Lesson Plan in English II

Prepared by: Juliet E. Bernal


BEEd 4-1
I. Learning Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
a. Identify the words with oi and oy that sound /oy/.
b. Appreciate the words with oi and oy that sound /oy/.
c. Spell the words with oi and oy that sound /oy/.
Values: Appreciate the words with oi and oy that sounds /oy/
II. Subject Matter
Topic:
Words with oi and oy that sound /oy/
Reference: BEC-PELC
Functional English 2 based on the k to 12 BEC
Pages 48-50
Authors:
Elizabeth Sonto-Mendoza, DCEd
Gloria Helen Ilustre-Bayeng
Materials: pictures, reading materials
III. Procedures
Teachers Activity
A. Preliminary Activity

Pupils Activity

1. Opening Prayer
I am requesting everyone to please stand
for our prayer.
Bow your heads and feel the presence of
the Lord. Are you ready to pray class?
Yes, teacher.
Repeat after me.
In the name of the Father, the Son, and the
Holy Spirit, Amen.

Lord, we thank you for this day that you


have given to us. Thank you for the
blessings and guidance. In Jesus name we
pray, Amen.

In the name of the Father, the Son, and the


Holy Spirit, Amen.
Lord, we thank you for this day that you
have given to us. Thank you for the
blessings and guidance. In Jesus name we
pray, Amen.

2. Energizer
Class, do you know the song Ready or not?
Yes, teacher.
Thats great! Now, let us sing it with action
and energy.
Ready or not
Hide your eyes and count to ten
Ready or not - I'm gonna find you again.
Hide your eyes and count to ten,
Ready or not - I'm gonna find you again,
And again and again and again.
Catch me, catch me
Catch me if you can
Catch me, catch me
Catch me if you can

Hide your eyes and count to ten


Ready or not - I'm gonna find you again.
Hide your eyes and count to ten,
Ready or not - I'm gonna find you again,
And again and again and again.
Catch me if you can
Find you again,
And again and again and again
Do you enjoy the song class?
Yes, teacher.
3. Greetings
Good morning Grade two!
Good Morning teacher Juliet, its nice to see
you always.
Before you take your seats, please pick up
the pieces of papers under you chairs.
(pupils will pick up the pieces of papers)
4. Processing of prayer
Class, what particular word do you
remember in our prayer a while ago?
I remember the word guidance teacher.
Very good!
In everything we do, we need to ask
guidance from the Lord.
What do you think is the reason why we
need to ask guidance from the Lord?
Very good!

Teacher, we need to ask guidance from the


Lord so that in everything we do, we are
guided by His grace.

5. Checking of attendance
Children, is there any absents today?
Very good, no one is absent today.
B. Introduction
1. Review
Class, what was our lesson yesterday?

Very good!
I have here examples of words with oe
that sound /o/.
Altogether read the following words:

Very good!
Now, let us read the sentences. Repeat
after me.
1. Joe in a hoe rode in a canoe.
2. His woe is his foe with small toes.
Very good!
Now, let us pick the words with oe that
sound /o/ in the sentences. By the way
class, I have here with me some frozen
character chips, and all students that will
answer my questions will get one. So you
better participate well, okay?

None, teacher.

Our lesson yesterday is all about words


with oe that sound /o/ teacher.

doe
foe

hoe
Joe

roe
toe

woe
canoe

1. Joe in a hoe rode in a canoe.


2. His woe is his foe with small toes.

Yes, teacher.

Very good.
What are the words with oe that sound /o/
in sentence no. 1?

Joe, hoe, and canoe, teacher.

And how about in sentence no. 2?

Woe, foe and toes, teacher.

Very good class! I can see that you learned


your lessons very well. Give yourselves a
good job clap.
2. Motivation
I have here different pictures. All you have
to do is to give me the appropriate name
for each picture.
Is it clear class?

Yes, teacher.

What is this?

That is an oil, teacher.

That is a coin, teacher.


Very Good! How about this one?

That is a boiling food, teacher.


Very Good! How about this one?

That are toys, teacher.


Very Good! How about this one?

Very Good! How about this one?

That is a soil, teacher.

Very Good! And how about this one?

That is a boy, teacher.

Very good!

C. Lesson Proper
1. Presentation
Class, what have you observed in the
words posted in the white board?

Very good! So, by stating that, what do you


think is our lesson for today?

They are the words with oi and oy that


sounds /oy/ teacher.

Our lesson for today is about the words


with oi and oy that sounds /oy/ teacher.

Very good!
2. Discussion
Everybody eyes on the board and look at
the picture.
We can figure out that oil, coin, boil, toy,
soil and boy are the words that sound /oy/.
Let us read it again and spell. Repeat after
me.
Oil
Coin

boil
toy

soil
boy

How do we spell oil class?


Very good, how about coin?
Very good, how about boil?
Very good, how about toy?
Very good, how about soil?
Very good, how about boy?
Very good class.

O-I-L
C-O-I-N
B-O-I-L
T-O-Y
S-O-I-L
B-O-Y

Our lesson for today is all about words with


oi and oy that sounds /oy/.

Again, what is our lesson for today?

/oy/
/oy/

Very good!
Everybody say /oy/
Again /oy/
Very good!
I have some examples of words, phrases,
and sentences with oi and oy that
sound /oy/

oil
boil
coil
soil

toil
coin
loin
voice

I will read first and repeat after me.


oil
boil
coil
soil

toil
coin
loin
voice

boy
joy
toy
ploy

Very good! Now, let us read the phrases.


Repeat after me.
a coin box
voice of a boy
soy sauce in a bottle

a coin box
voice of a boy
soy sauce in a bottle
soil for the pot

A coin box is the boys toy.

boy
joy
toy
ploy

soil for the pot

Loi oiled the coils.

Very good! Now, let us read the sentences.


Repeat after me.
A coin box is the boys toy.
Loi oiled the coils.

-coin, voice, boy, soy, soil, toy, Loi, oiled,


and coils.

Very good, now lets pick up the words with


oi and oy that sound /oy/ altogether.
What is the words with oi and oy that
sound /oy/ ?
Very good!
3. Fixing Skills
I have here different pictures. All you have
to do is to name the given picture.
1. _________________
__________________

3. _________________

2.

4.

____________________

4. Generalization
Again class, what are the words with oi
and oy that sound /oy/?

Very good!
5. Verification Process
Bring out your English book and turn it in
page 46.
Read altogether the Remember.

Nice reading class!


6. Application
Match the words with its corresponding
pictures by connecting the dots between
them.

oil
boil
soil
coil
boy

Remember:
The vowel combination of oi and oy in
words is pronounced as /oy/.

(pupils will connect the dots between the


words and the pictures)

1. boil

2. coil

3. coin

4. goiter

5. oyster

6. noisy

7. toilet

8. poison

9. ointment

10. alloy

7. Valuing Process
Class, what do you think is the importance
of knowing and studying words with oi and
oy that sound /oy/?

Teacher, the importance of knowing and


studying words with oi and oy that
sound /oy/ is for us to be able to enhance
our communication skills with correct
pronunciation through the use of sounds.

Very good!
Now, what is the importance of sound in
our life?

Sound adds color to our life, if theres no


sound, theres no joy, and the world is
possibly a lonely place to live in. but
remember that sound can be pleasant to
the ear if it is executed in the right way,
and it can also be unpleasant when not
used properly.

IV. Evaluation
Write the correct spelling of the word that will complete the sentence.
1. Our teacher has a big ____________.
voyce
boice
voice
2. People feel much ___________ when celebrating Christmas or New Year.
joy
joi
joyy
3. Mother will use this vegetable _____________.
oil
oill
oille
4. Let the water ____________ for three minutes.
voil
boil
boile
5. Do not play with that ____________.
toy
toi
toyy
V. Assignment
Give five (5) examples of each word with oi and oy that sound /oy/. Then use it in
sentences. Write your answer in your assignment notebook.