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A Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in Ed10

By: Maravillas, Kimberly

I. OBJECTIVES

At the end of the lesson the student will be able to:

A. Discuss what short stories are;


B. Give and describe the elements of a short story; and
C. Demonstrate understanding of short stories read

II. SUBJECT MATTER


Topic: Reading short stories
Reference: Internet and photocopy
Materials: smart TV and laptop
III. LESSON PROPER
Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity
A. Preparation

*Prayer
Anne please stand and lead the
prayer. Almighty father, we solemnly ask your
guiding hands to protect and guide us in our
lesson this morning. This we ask in Jesus
name. AMEN
Please take your seat.

*Greetings
Good morning class!
Good morning ma’am!
*Checking of attendance
Say present when your name is
called. Did I make myself clear?
Yes, ma’am
(Students raise their hand and say present as
the teacher calls in their name)
B. Motivation

Before we tackle our new lesson I


want you to answer first this question.
What short stories
have you read?

C. Presentation
Ma’am the short stories I have read are the
golden swan, the holly snake and the ignorant
Yes Anna, what short stories have you man.
read?
I have read the short story The palace and the
hut, the ugly tree and the ungrateful lion.
Thank you Anna. How about you
reign?

What have you observed while you Ma’am they are shorter than a novel.
are reading the short stories?
Yes, abby? Ma’am they have less characters and easily to
read.
Very good! What else? Brenda?

Very good! Nice observation Brenda.

D. Activity Proper

Now our topic for today is about


Reading short stories. So, first we will
define first what is short stories? A
story with a fully developed theme but
significantly shorter and less elaborate
than a novel. Short story is a short
work of fiction. Fiction is prose
writing about imagined events and
characters. Prose writing differs from
poetry in that it does not rely on
verses, meters, or rhymes. For it’s
organization and presentation. Short
story is shorter than a novel and
usually deals with only a few
characters.

Have you understand what short story


is? Yes, ma’am.

Now let us proceed to the elements of


a short story. What are those?

1. Setting- the time and location in


which a story takes place is called
setting.

a. Place- geographical/ physical


location.
b. Time- time when the story is
taking place.
c. Weather condition- is it rainy,
sunny, stormy etc?
d. Social condition- the daily life
of other characters contain local
color.

2. Plot- how the author arranges


events to develop his basic idea.

a. Introduction- the beginning of


the story where the characters
and setting are revealed.
b. Rising action- this is where the
events in the story become
complicated and the conflict in
the story is revealed.
c. Climax- this is the highest
point of interest and turning
point of the story.
d. Falling action- the events and
complications begin to be
resolved.
e. Denouement- this is the final
outcome or unraveling of the
events in the story.
3. Conflict- it is the struggle that
characters hate to contend with.
-it is any form of opposition that
faces the main character.

a. Types of conflicts include:

-man vs man ( physical)

-man vs circumstances
(classical)

-man vs society ( social)


-man vs himself/herself (
psychological)

4. Characters- the person in the story


and their characteristics, their
physical appearance, what they say
and think etc.

a. Protagonist- one who


undergoes change or learns
something during the course of the
story.

b. Antagonist- the one who


contends with the protagonist

5. Point of view- point of view is


defined as the angle from which
the story is told.

6. Theme- in a piece of fiction is it’s


controlling idea or it’s central
insight. It is the author’s
underlying meaning or main idea
that he is trying to convey.

E. Generalization

Have you understand our lesson? Yes ma’am.

Do you have any questions? No ma’am.


Okay, so you don’t have any question
from then I have a question for you
class.

Why short story important? Yes, Short stories always have an important lesson
bryll? attached to it. The purpose for reading a short
story is to enjoy and be hooked because short
stories are little and always entertains the
reader. The stories makes us learn something
like being a good success, helping people and
other things.

Very good! How about you precious? Ma’am short story is a brief tale that can be
read in one setting.
You are really listening to me class,
very good!

F. Practice

Application

Match each term to its definition. I Joseph: Ma’am for me cheer dance is a
will give you 5 minutes to answer. dynamic combination of cheerleading moves
and stylish dance. We will learn a variety of
A. B. high energy routines performed to fun music.
1.Antagonist A. The
perspective from Paul: Cheerleading is an activity wherein the
which the story is participants cheer for their team as a form of
told encouragement.
2.Character B. one who
undergoes change
or learns
something during
the course of the
story.

3.Climax C. point of view is


defined as the
angle from which
the story is told.
4.Conflict D. It is the
author’s
underlying
meaning or main
idea that he is
trying to convey.

5.Falling E. the person in


Action the story and their
characteristics,
their physical
appearance, what
they say and think
etc.

6.Plot F. the person in


the story and their
characteristics,
their physical
appearance, what
they say and think
etc.

7.Protagonist G. the one who


contends with the
protagonist

8.Risng action H. - this is where


the events in the
story become
complicated and
the conflict in the
story is revealed.

9.Setting I. it is the struggle


that characters
hate to contend
with.
-it is any form of
opposition that
faces the main
character.
10.Short story J. the events and
complications
begin to be
resolved.

11.Theme K. this is the


highest point of
interest and
turning point of
the story.

12. Point of L. the beginning


view of the story where
the characters and
setting are
revealed
13.Introduction M. how the author
arranges events to
develop his basic
idea.
N. the beginning
of the story where
the characters and
setting are
revealed
O. the time and
location in which
a story takes place
is called setting.

ANSWERS:

1. 8.
2. 9.
3. K 10.
4. I 11.
5. J 12. O
6. M 13. N
7. B
Nice answer Paul.
Discussion

Cheer dancing rooted from


cheerleading - performance of a routine,
usually dominated by gymnastic skills
such as jumps, tumbling skills, lifts and
tosses combined with shouting of cheers
and yells to lead the crowd to cheer for a
certain team during a game or sport.
Cheerleading originated in the United
States, and remains predominantly in
America, with an estimated 1.5 million
participants in all-star cheerleading. The
health benefits of cheerleading are
cardiovascular stamina, strength training,
coordination and flexibility. The very first
cheer dancer was varsity, Minn-e-So-Tah!",
making Campbell the very first cheerleader.
November 2, 1898 is the official birth date of
organized cheerleading. Soon after, the
University of Minnesota organized a "yell
leader" squad of six male students, who still
use Campbell's original cheer today.

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GENERALIZATION

EVALUATION
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