Using Prepositional Phrases
I. Learning Objective
• Identify prepositional phrases used in sentences correctly.
• Use prep...
Ask:
a. What is this place, children?
b. What do see in a farm?
c. What do you do on the farm?
d. What do you do on the fa...
B. Developmental Activities
Presentation
Say: Listen to the story that I will read.
Then call on a volunteer to read the s...
• at the health center
• during summer
• to my house
• into the deep hole
• under the tree
Generalization
Ask pupils this ...
Enrichment
Divide the class into learning teams. Each learning team will be given
a picture. Encourage the teams to talk a...
Enrichment
Divide the class into learning teams. Each learning team will be given
a picture. Encourage the teams to talk a...
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  1. 1. Using Prepositional Phrases I. Learning Objective • Identify prepositional phrases used in sentences correctly. • Use prepositional phrases in sentences. II. Subject Matter A. Topic: Using Prepositional Phrases B. References: PELC 12 Speaking Skill Builders in English 4 pp. 102-103 Cultural Publisher Copyright 942 Del Monte Avenue, SFDM, Quezon City Purificacion Calma- Balingit C. Materials: Pictures and charts III. Procedure A. Preparatory Activities Review Invite the pupils to play the game “Who Made the Most?” a. Divide the class into five groups. b. For three minutes have the pupils list as many prepositions as they can c. The group that can give the most number of prepositions is the winner. Motivation 1. Show a picture of a farm. Value Focus: Helpfulness
  2. 2. Ask: a. What is this place, children? b. What do see in a farm? c. What do you do on the farm? d. What do you do on the farm? Encourage pupils to share experiences. Unlocking of Difficulties Ask pupils to pick cut-out flowers from a Make-Believe garden. Read the words in the flowers then match each with its meaning written on a chart. locker a small closet hallway a way to go through a building shelves thin, flat piece of wood fastened to a wall
  3. 3. B. Developmental Activities Presentation Say: Listen to the story that I will read. Then call on a volunteer to read the story aloud. I stay at my uncle’s farm every summer. I wake up very early every morning to gather duck eggs. Before the sun goes up, my cousin Celso and I drive the goats to the grassy hill to graze. There is plenty of grass to eat so the goats are full within an hour. By this time Uncle Pastor is busy among his vegetable plants. Celso and I help him pull the weeds or cultivate the soil until lunch time which is around twelve noon. After lunch, I lean against the trunk of a huge acacia tree and take a nap for about half hour. Discussion and Analysis 1. Have the pupils answer these questions. Have them write each answer on the board and underline the preposition. a. Where is the story taking place? (in the farm) b. When do the boys drive the goats to the graze? (before the sun goes up) c. In how many hours does the goats get full? (within an hour) d. Where does Uncle Pastor work most of the time? (among the vegetable plants) e. When is lunch time? (around twelve noon) f. What do the boys do when the sun gets hot? (lean against a tree) g. What may be a good thing to do after lunch? h. If you were Celso, will you also enjoy working on the farm? Why? i. Will you also help your uncle? How? 2. Say: Let’s go back to your answers to the questions. What do you call the underlined words? preposition 3. With part of speech do the prepositions end? (noun or pronoun) 4. What do you call the group of words that begins with the preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun? (prepositional phrase) 5. Group Activity a. Group the pupils into five. b. Give each group five minutes to review and use these prepositional phrases in sentences. The group who is able to use all the phrases in sentences correctly wins.
  4. 4. • at the health center • during summer • to my house • into the deep hole • under the tree Generalization Ask pupils this question and guide them to elicit the answer. What is a prepositional phrase? C. Post Activities 1. Application Directions: Read the paragraph carefully. Choose the correct prepositional phrase that fits each sentence. Underline your answer. A. Heidi went (in the bookstore, inside the bookstore). She noticed boys and girls (about a big box, around a big box) of books. They were looking through (the pages, from the pages) of some books there. Heidi saw that the books were (about prehistoric animals, around prehistoric animals). She took one book and browsed (from page to page, in the pages). She found out that they were very different (than the books, from the books) she already had. B. Use the following prepositional phrases in sentences. 1. among the boys 2. in a year 3. from the forest 4. under the mango tree 5. to the city • A prepositional phrase is group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or a pronoun.
  5. 5. Enrichment Divide the class into learning teams. Each learning team will be given a picture. Encourage the teams to talk about the pictures using prepositions/prepositional phrases. Guide them in doing this. Have each team present their sentences in paragraphs. Sample pictures pupils in the library men in the store boys on the tree farmers on the farm doctors in the hospital Values Integration Ask: Have you ever experienced helping others? What did you do? How did you feel? Did you expecting anything in return? IV. Evaluation Directions: Read the sentences and use the correct prepositional phrase. Circle your answer. 1. Cutting down trees (in the forest, to the forest) is prohibited. 2. Cross the street (at the pedestrian lanes, to the pedestrian lanes). 3. That lady waiting (to the shed, under the shed) is my mother. 4. Pupils are not allowed to stay (too late, at late) in the school. 5. Chen sits (among the two boys, between the two boys). V. Assignment Make a paragraph using the following prepositional phrases. • from the village • in the sky • across the river • at seven o’clock • under the bridge
  6. 6. Enrichment Divide the class into learning teams. Each learning team will be given a picture. Encourage the teams to talk about the pictures using prepositions/prepositional phrases. Guide them in doing this. Have each team present their sentences in paragraphs. Sample pictures pupils in the library men in the store boys on the tree farmers on the farm doctors in the hospital Values Integration Ask: Have you ever experienced helping others? What did you do? How did you feel? Did you expecting anything in return? IV. Evaluation Directions: Read the sentences and use the correct prepositional phrase. Circle your answer. 1. Cutting down trees (in the forest, to the forest) is prohibited. 2. Cross the street (at the pedestrian lanes, to the pedestrian lanes). 3. That lady waiting (to the shed, under the shed) is my mother. 4. Pupils are not allowed to stay (too late, at late) in the school. 5. Chen sits (among the two boys, between the two boys). V. Assignment Make a paragraph using the following prepositional phrases. • from the village • in the sky • across the river • at seven o’clock • under the bridge

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