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Lesson Plan in English (Beginning Reading)

ASIAN COMPUTER COLLEGE


Doctor St., Mayapa Calamba City Prepared by Ms. Noimie Rissa L. Pomasin

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Objectives A. B.

Focus Skills: Realize the concept of change during the life cycle. Support Skills: 1. Give the meanings of the words through the use of illustrations, demonstrations, synonyms, and antonyms. 2. Recall the details in the story. 3. Derive morals from the story. 4. Respond to the story through writing a letter which gives pieces of advice to the character in the story. Topic: The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle Materials: PowerPoint presentation / Visual Aids Reference: English Expressways by: Virginia Bermudez, Cruz, Nery, and San Juan

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Subject matter A. B. C.

III. A.

Learning Activities

Preliminary Activities Classroom management 1. Opening prayer 2. Checking of the physical arrangement of classroom 3. Checking of attendance Unlocking Difficulties Unlocking the different words through the use of pictures and through asking the students to describe each picture a. plums, Pears, Strawberries b. Tiny c. Hungry, Full d. Nibbled e. Caterpillar

B.

C.

Motivation Through using the picture of the caterpillar, ask the students to share what they know about it as well as what they want to know further about the life of a caterpillar.

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Lesson Proper A.

Read the story. Engage the students while reading.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle A Butterfly laid a tiny egg on a leaf. A tiny and very hungry caterpillar came out of that egg. The caterpillar ate an apple on Monday, two pears on Tuesday, three plums on Wednesday, four strawberries on Thursday, and five oranges on Friday but he was still hungry. On Saturday, he ate many kinds of food including a piece of cake, lollipop, ice cream cone, and a slice of watermelon. As a result, he had a stomach ache. He felt better when he ate a leaf on Sunday. He became a very fat caterpillar. He built a cocoon and rested inside for more than two weeks. He came out of the cocoon as a beautiful butterfly.

B.

Discussion What did the caterpillar ate for each day of the week?
What did the caterpillar eat?
Monday

Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday

Friday Saturday
Sunday

Compare the caterpillar before and after he ate all the foods
Im Getting Bigger

Before eating

After eating

What do you think was the caterpillar thinking inside the cocoon?

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Generalization

Show the flow chart o0f life cycle of a caterpillar. Ask the students to discuss the life cycle of the caterpillar. Guide them through questioning.

VI.

Evaluation

Caterpillar had a stomach ache because he ate so much. What can you tell him so that he would not be sick again? Direction: Make a letter address to caterpillar. Give him pieces of advice so he would no longer experience stomach ache again. Complete the parts of the Letter.

Dear Caterpillar, You had stomach ache because _____________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Your Friend, __________
VII. Assignment

Direction: Read the words. Match the words to the pictures.

Assignment Direction: Read the words. Match the words to the pictures. A. 1. Sun B. 2. Big and small C. 3. Fat and thin 4. Egg D. C.