Lesson Plan in Literature for Second Year StudentsI. Objectives Students must be able to do the following at the end of the activities with at least 75% proficiency. a) Single out the conflict and conflicting factors in a story b) Point out that there are better things in the world than material things. c) Create a poster about the short story “The Necklace” d) Display teamwork and effortII. Subject Matter “The Necklace” by: Guy de Maupassant Reference: http://www.americanliterature.com/Maupassant/SS/TheNecklace.html Materials: Copy of the pre-assigned text, rubric sheet, movie posterIII. Procedure Day 1: A. Review: 1. Do you still remember what the parts of a short story are? (Literary Elements) B. Motivation: 1. Have you ever borrowed something and lost it? 2. What did you do to fix the problem? C. Presentation: 1. Tell the students how the questions relate to the story you will discuss. 2. Give a few minutes for the students to refresh themselves with the text after reminding them of the standards of silent reading. Activity 1: 1. Discuss deeper about what a plot is and the basic types of plots: man vs. nature man vs. man man vs. the environment man vs. machines/technology man vs. the supernatural man vs. self man vs. god/religion. 2. Let the students identify the type of plot the short story, “The Necklace” has. 3. Discuss what a conflict is, then ask the students to point out the conflict in the story. Activity 2: 1. Ask the students to pair up and answer the following questions on a piece of paper. Questions: 1. How will you describe Madame Loisel in the story? 2. Do you think that she deserved what happened to her? Explain.
3. What do you think did Madame Forestier do after she heard that the necklace she got back was a real diamond? 4. If you were in the situation of Madame Loisel, what would you have done? ` 5. Write a short paragraph describing how you want the story to end.Day 2:Procedure:A. Review: 1. Ask the students to recall the 7 types of plot and what a plot is.B. Motivation 1. Show a poster of a movie and ask the students to describe the images they see. 2. Ask the students ways to improve the poster.C. Presentation Activity 1: 1. Group the students. 2. Tell the students that they will draw their own poster they will be graded according to the following analytic rubric: Exemplary = 5points Average = 3 points Poor = 1 point Criteria Exemplary Average PoorAuthor/Title Your poster clearly and neatly displays the title of Your poster is missing the title or the authors name Your poster does not contain the the story and the authors name. and/or is not clearly and neatly displayed. title or author.Characters Your poster provides the names of the major You have provided the names of the major You have provided character characters and has made appropriate casting choices characters, however you have either made some names but did not provide the for each character. You have provided who serves inappropriate casting choices or you failed to list other required information. as protagonist and antagonist. who is the protagonist and antagonist.Conflict Your poster includes 2-3 cleverly-crafted sentences Your poster includes a statement about the conflict Your poster either does not that provide the major conflict of the story. You of the story, but it lacks creativity or it is not 2-3 contain information about the have integrated the TYPE of conflict that it is. sentences in length. conflict.Conflict Visual Your poster includes a visual representation that Your poster includes a visual representation of the Your poster did not include aRepresentation clearly portrays the main conflict of the story. conflict of the story, but the representation is vague visual representation of the and unclear to the audience. major conflict.Theme Your poster includes an insightful statement that Your poster includes a theme statement; however, it Your poster did not include a reveals the theme of the story. does not demonstrate insightful thinking about the theme statement. storys theme.Rating You have included a clevery rating for your movie You have included a rating; however, it does not You have not included a rating adaptation. You included both the rating and what demonstrate inventiveness and creativity. on your poster. the rating stands for.Following Your movies poster is neat, attractive to the eye, Your poster has aspects that do not show an Your poster has been poorlyexpectations colorful, and free of spelling errors. attention to neatness, color, and proofreading. assembled and lacks neatness, color, and attention to proofreading.Presentation Every production team member contributed to the Your presentation was somewhat disorganized. Your presentation lacked presentation. Presentation was well-organized and More rehearsal and preparation was needed. organization and no rehearsal rehearsed. All aspects of the poster were discussed. was evident. 3. Explain how they will be graded. To get a perfect score of forty points they must follow the rubric.
4. Let the students prepare their poster.Day 3: Evaluation: 1. Check the progress of each group. 2. Groups who did not yet finish will be given 10 more minutes to finalize their poster. 3. Let the students present their poster to the class. Assignment: 1. Ask the students to prepare a brief writing about how they felt during the experience they had in the poster making activity.Prepared by: Ma. Cristina D. PanganoranCourse & Yr.: BSE-IIIClearance Number: 321