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A Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in English

I. Learning Outcomes

At the end of the lesson, the students with 80% accuracy must have done the following:

1. Known the difference of verbal and non-verbal communication;


2. Valued the importance of verbal and non-verbal communication; and
3. Performed the activities that involve verbal and non-verbal communication.

II. Learning Materials

Topic: Verbal and Non-verbal Communication

Reference/s:

Resource/s: Visual aids, markers, strips of cartolina, chalk and eraser

III. Learning Procedure

a. Preparation
The teacher greets the students then asks them to keep away unnecessary things from their
desks.

The teacher asks the students if they had played the game “For Me?” (Valentine’s Day
variant of Pass the Invisible Object Game) before. The teacher explains how to play it.

b. Presentation
The teacher connects the previous activity to the main topic of the lesson then proceeds with
the discussion of the topic.

Verbal and Non-verbal Communication

Verbal Communication
- means communicating with words, written or spoken.
- consists of speaking, listening, writing and reading

Non-verbal Communication

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c. Performance or Product
The teacher asks five students to volunteer in front. Out of the five volunteers, one must act
as a leader. He or she must

IV. Evaluation
The teacher divides the class into ___ groups. Each group is given a topic. The topic will be
used as basis for Silent Tableaus. Below is the rubric to be used in the activity.

Rubric for Silent Tableaus


Group no. ________
Topic: _____________________________________
CRITERIA Exceptional Acceptable Attempted Total
Admirable (4pts)
(5pts) (3pts) (2pts)
 Factual information  Factual information is  Factual information  Information is
is accurate mostly accurate is somewhat inaccurate
Understanding of
 Indicates a clear  Good understanding of accurate  Presentation is off
the Topic understanding of topic  Fair understanding topic
topic of topic
 Accepts ideas of  Accepts most ideas  Unwilling to  Group does not
others; able to without negative compromise work together
Cooperation compromise comments; able to  Few members  One person does all
 All members compromise contribute the work
contribute  Some members contribute
 Shows confidence  Shows some confidence  Unsure of  Portrayal stalls
 Informative  Presents some information responsibility  Lacks information
 Entertaining; engages  Engages audience  Somewhat  Audience bored
audience  Can be heard informative  Mumbles
Presentation  Speaks loudly and  Some use of body  Engages audience  Body language is
clearly language intermittently lacking;
 Appropriate use of  Hard to hear inappropriate
body language  Some movement

TOTAL SCORE
15

V. Assignment
Cut out pictures that represent verbal and non-verbal communication from magazines or
newspapers. Paste it on a bond paper forming a collage.