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I.

Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
1. Cognitive: Identify describing words.
2. Affective: Value our environment.
3. Psychomotor: Make use of adjectives as describing words.

II.

Subject Matter:
Topic: Adjectives
Reference/s:
Angeles, Evelyn B., 2014. Across borders through language. Araneta Ave.,Quezon City: Vibal
Publishing.
Materials:

Classroom Rule
Graphic Organizer
Worksheets

Value/s Integration: Environmental Care


III.

Procedure:
A. Daily Routines
The Teacher will post a copy of Classroom Rules at the board.
The Teacher will read it first then students will follow.

CLASSROOM RULES
PARTICIPATING HANDS
LISTENING EARS
QUITE MOUTH
LOOKING EYES
BODY IS QUITE

The Teacher will post 5 pictures of ice cream cone or the score board.
Each cone represents the points of each group.
Throughout the lesson, every time someone answers from the group the cone of that group
will have an additional cup of ice cream, which represents their points.
But every time somebody from the group breaks the classroom rules we will take away a point
from that group.

GROUP 1

GROUP 2

GROUP 3

GROUP 4

GROUP 5

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B. Motivation
The teacher will post a table on the left side of the board and a list of different nouns on the
right side of the board.
The table is divided into four categories: Person, Place, Thing, and Animal.
Pupils task is to sort out the nouns to their right category.
NOUNS
Clock
Aunt
Florida

Tiger
South
Pole
Lolipo
p

Target
Firema
n
Jungle

Principal
Television
Parent

C. Presentation

The teacher will post a copy of a paragraph on the board.


Pupils will read the paragraph and study the underline words.
The teacher will ask these following questions:
1. Who set out to work in the big yard?
2. Why did Mon shovel the hard soil?
3. What did Mon and I plant?
4. Why is it good to plant some vegetables in our yard?
5. What are the underline words in the paragraph?
Pupils will read the underlined words in the paragraph.

It was a warm and sunny day. Mon and I set out to work in our big yard. First, we pulled out the thick weeds. Then
we removed the big and small stones. Mon shoveled the hard soil to make it soft. I made small holes with my finger
and planted tiny seedlings. Mon watered the small seedlings carefully. After that we covered them with big leaves.
When our work was finished, we rested under the shade of a tall tree. Mon and I ate a filling snack of cold juice and
delicious sandwiches.
D. Discussion
The teacher will introduce adjectives as describing words.
The teacher will post a table of some examples of adjectives.

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These words that are underlined in the paragraph are called adjectives. They describe a noun or a pronoun. They tell
how things look, feel, taste, sound and smell.

LOOK

FEEL

TASTE

SOUND

SMELL

Red
Fat
Pretty
Shiny

Hot
Soft
Smooth
Cold

Sweet
Bitter
Sour
Delicious

Noisy
Soft
Loud
Quite

Smelly
Odorous
Fresh
Pungent

The teacher will post sentences on the board.


Pupils will read and study the sentences.
The sentences are as follows:
1. The blue flag is up.
2. The cat has a long tail.
3. Mother has a happy face.

The encircled words are adjectives. They described the underlined words which are nouns. In these sentences, the
adjectives come before the nouns.

The teacher will post another set of sentences on the board.


Pupils will read and study the sentences.
The sentences are as follows:
1. The boy is tall.
2. The leaves are green.
3. I am sad.

Look at the adjectives. They come after the be-verbs am, is and are. Adjectives may come before the noun that it
describes or after the beverbs am, is and are.

E. Generalization
The teacher will postREMEMBER:
a copy of the generalization of the topic on the board.
Pupils will read it with modulated voice.
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F. Application.
The teacher will divide the class into 3 groups.
Each group will create a simple presentation that shows their understanding of the lesson
First group will do a simple act or drama.
Second group will do a poster and explain their work.
Lastly, the third group will create a jingle or cheer.
This activity is for 10-15 minutes only.
G. Evaluation
Each pupil will be given out a quiz paper.
Name: _____________________________________________________
Part A: Underline the ADJECTIVES in the sentences below.
1. Annie is my best friend.
2. Cathy is a pretty girl.
3. A white rabbit hopped into the yard.
4. Australia is a beautiful place.
5. Put all your toys in a pink basket.
6. Do not touch the wet paint.
7. Tom is reading a scary book.
8. Jack fixed the broken car.
9. There was a big pumpkin on the porch.
10. Sam got a red car for Christmas.
Part B: Write an adjective on each blank to complete the sentences. Select your answer from the box.

Green

Round

Tall

Sweet

1. Sugar is ________________.
2. Sampaguita is a _____________ flower.
3. The ball is ______________.

White

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4. That ____________ tree is narra.


5. The worms eat the ___________ leaves.
H. Assignments:
Bring a Picture of your favorite cartoon character and list down at least 5 words that would best
describe your favorite cartoon character.