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March 14, 2019

Lesson Plan in English 10

I. Learning Objectives:
a. Identify the two types of sources of information according to its definition, use
and examples;
b. Participate in individual and group activities depicting the classification of the
examples of sources of information into either primary or secondary; and
c. Give the importance of the two sources of information specifically in research
writing.

II. Subject Matter:


a. Topic: Sources of Information
b. Materials: PowerPoint presentation, visual aids, activity cards
c. References: Celebrating Diversity through World Literature (page 407 – 409)

III. Learning Tasks:

A. Routinary Activities
1. Greetings
2. Checking of Attendance
B. Activity
PO vs. SI
The students will classify the given materials based on the
information needed. The material that would give the most accurate
information will be labeled as ‘PO’ and the remaining one will be ‘SI’.

Information Needed: Death of a Person


____ Death Certificate
____ Obituary in the Newspaper

Information Needed: Life Story of a Notable Person


____ Biography
____ Autobiography

Information Needed: Detail from the State of the Nation Address


____ Transcript of the speech
____ Clippings from the newspaper’s editorial page

C. Analysis
1. What are the differences between the given materials?
2. What made you think that one material is more accurate over the other?

D. Abstraction
PO – the “P” here stands for ‘primary source of information’ and the “O”
stands for ‘original materials’. Basically, primary sources of information are
original materials that provide direct or firsthand evidence about an event, object,
person, or work of art.
SI – the “S” here stands for ‘secondary sources of information’. The
“I” stands for ‘interpretation’. Thus, secondary sources of information are
interpretations of primary sources of information. Secondary sources also
describe, discuss, comment upon, analyze, evaluate, summarize, and process
primary sources.

E. Application
Group Work – Differentiated Instruction

They will be graded using the following criteria:

Content 10
Presentation 5
Teamwork 5
TOTAL 20

IV. Generalization
1. What is bias? What is prejudice?
2. As a grade 10 student, what can you do to avoid and stop bias and
prejudice?

V. Evaluation
Directions: Identify if the given situation shows BIAS or PREJUDICE.

1. Bullying and discriminating a person with disability.


2. Posting negative comments on social media about a person’s economic
status.
3. The overrepresentation of Black Americans in professional sports.
4. Not serving a person in a restaurant or retail store because of their race or
skin color.
5. A contestant won a singing competition because one of the judges is her
father.

VI. Assignment

1. Who is Francesco Petrarch?


2. What are the elements of poetry?

Tricia Joy M. Marasigan