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A Semi –Detailed Lesson Plan in English VI

Maria Del A. Cortez

A. Content Standards  Demonstrates understanding of various non-verbal elements in orally


communicating information
 Demonstrates understanding that words are composed of different
parts to know that their meaning changes depending in context
 Demonstrates understanding of verbal and non-verbal elements of
communication to respond back
 Demonstrate understanding of the research process to write a variety
of texts
 Demonstrates understanding that a change in stress entails a change of
meaning to evaluate the speaker’s/author’s purpose and meaning
.
B. Performance Standards  Orally communicates information, opinions and ideas effectively to
different audiences for a variety of purposes
 Uses strategies to decode correctly the meaning of words in isolation
and in context
 Uses a variety of strategies to provide appropriate feedback
 Uses a variety of research strategies to effectively write a variety of
texts for various audiences and purposes
 Uses knowledge of stress and intonation of speech to appropriately
evaluate the speaker’s intention, purpose and meaning
C. Learning Competencies/
Objectives Make connections between information viewed and personal experiences

Write the LC code for each EN6V-IVe-1.4


EN6-IVe-2.3
II. CONTENT POINT OF VIEW
(Subject Matter)
III. LEARNING
RESOURCES
A. References
1.Teacher’s Guide/Pages
2.Learner’s Materials Pages
3.Textbook Pages Essentials English 6 pp.353
4.Additional Materials from
Learning
Resource(LR)portal
B. Other Learning Resources Chart, worksheet
III. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing previous What is a personal pronoun?
lesson or presenting new
lesson A personal pronoun is a pronoun that is associated primarily with a
particular person, in the grammatical sense.
When discussing “person” in terms of the grammatical, the following rules
apply:

 First person, as in “I”


 Second person, as in “you”
 Third person, as in “It, he, she”

B. Establishing a purpose Show a picture to the pupils about point of view?


for the lesson

What have you observe in this picture? What do you think is our lesson
for today?
C. Presenting examples/ Point of view refers to who is telling or narrating a story. A story can be
instances of the new told in three different ways: first person, second person, and third person.
lesson Writers use point of view to express the personal emotions of either
themselves or their characters. The point of view of a story is how the
writer wants to convey the experience to the reader.

Types of Point of View


First-person Point of View
With first-person point of view, the character is telling the story. You will
see the words "I," "me," or "we" in first-person point of view. This point
of view is commonly used for narratives and autobiographies.
Some examples of first-person narrative include:
 I always look forward to my summer vacation at the beach. I like to collect
seashells and swim in the ocean.
 .
Second-person Point of View
When writing in second-person point of view, the writer has the narrator
speaking to the reader. The words "you," "your," and "yours" are used in
this point of view. Some common uses for second-person point of view are
directions, business writing, technical writing, song lyrics, speeches, and
advertising.
Some examples of second-person point of view are:
 In just a few simple steps you can make a big change in your life!

Third-person Point of View


Third-person point of view has an external narrator telling the story. The
words "he," "she," "it," or "they" are used in this point of view.
Third-person point of view is often used in academic writing and fictional
writing. Some examples of third person point of view:
 He is a great football player. He scored the most touchdowns this season.

D. Discussing new DIRECTIONS: Write the clue words in the box where they belong.
concepts and practicing new
skills #1 CLUE WORDS:
me she he my I they we you
him mine her them

FIRST SECOND THIRD


PERSON PERSON PERSON

E. Discussing new
concepts and practicing new
skills #2

F. Developing Mastery Group work:


(Lead to Formative
Assessment)

G. Finding practical DIRECTIONS: Circle the correct point of view for each statement. Then
application of concepts and underline the clue words that helped you determine the point of view.
skills in daily living.
1. I was nervous when it was my turn in the spelling bee.
a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person

2. He likes to tell jokes that make everybody laugh.


a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person

3. Mike took his book to the library to renew it for one more week.
a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person
4. My grandma is coming to visit and I can’t wait to see her.
a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person

5. You have to be very quiet so you don’t scare away the rabbit.
a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person
key to correction

1. a underlined: I, my
2. c underlined: he
3. c underlined: Mike, his
4. a underlined: my, I
5. b underlined: you
H. Making Generalization What is a point of view?
and Abstraction about the Point of view refers to who is telling or narrating a story.
lesson
I. Evaluating Learning Circle the letter that states correct point of view for each statement

1. It is important that you take your time and do your best on all your
work.
a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person

2. Sally and Johnny are going to get pizza tonight. They are getting it from
their favorite pizza restaurant.
a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person

3. The last piece of cake is mine!!!


a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person

4. She has a pretty smile. It makes her whole face light up.
a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person

5. I was the first person to finish the worksheet.


a. First person
b. Second person
c. Third person

Key to correction
1. b underlined: you
2. c underlined: Sally, Johnny, they, their
3. a underlined: mine
4. c underlined: she, her
5. a underlined: I
J. Additional Activities for
Application or
Remediation

IV. REMARKS