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  1. 1. I. Objectives: a. Identify the elements of short story. b. Appreciate the story entitled “Wedding Dance”. c. Make/construct a story map for wedding dance. II. Subject Matters: Language: Elements of Short Story Reading: Wedding Dance by Amador Daguio Materials: charts, pictures, book References: English Communication Arts and Skills Trough World Literature p. 217-218 K-12 Book www.google.com III. Procedure: Teacher’s Activity Before we start, let us pray first Checking of attendance A. Review What was our last topic that we discussed yesterday? So, what is punctuation again? Very good! How about the marks of punctuation? Alright! Maybe that’s enough. I think you already have notions about punctuation. So let’s move to our next topic. B. Motivation Asking the students what are their favorite short story? Why do they like it? Student’s Activity (One student will lead the prayer) (Students raise their hand and say present as the teacher calls their name.) Ma’am, our last topic that we discussed yesterday was all about punctuation. Punctuation is the use of certain marks in writing to make the writer’s meaning clear. Ma’am, the marks of punctuation are period, comma, and semi-colon.
  2. 2. C. Presentation of Lesson Teacher will now connect the answer to the topic. What do you mean by a short story? Ma’am a short story is an invented prose narrative shorter than a novel usually dealing with a few characters. Yes! When we say short story, it is a prose narrative shorter length that a novel that concentrates on a single theme or idea and it’s can be read in one sitting. There are Five Elements of Short Story: 1) Character – is a person or sometimes even animals who take part in the action of the story. Two Faces of Characters:  Protagonist – main character  Antagonist – opposite of main character What are the faces of character? 2) Setting – is the time and location of the story. In setting there are some things to consider. Ma’am, the two faces of characters is protagonist & antagonist.
  3. 3. What are those things?     Ma’am, the time, weather, place and mood. Time – when does the story happen? Weather – is it raining? Sunny? Stormy? Place – where does the story happen? Mood or atmosphere – is created at the beginning of the story. 3) Plot – is the sequence of events in a story. There are 5 essential parts of plot. What are those?  Intro – the beginning of the story where the characters & setting are presented.  Rising action – this is where the events in the story become complicated.  Climax – this is the highest point of interest in the story.  Falling action – the problem begin to resolve.  Denouement – the final outcome of the story. 4) Conflict – it is the central struggle in the story. 5) Theme – it is basically the moral of the story. Ma’am introduction, rising action. Climax, falling action and denouement.
  4. 4. So, those are the elements of short story. Do you have further questions? If none, let us proceed to the story entitled “Wedding Dance” by Amador Daguio for you to really understand the elements. (Show a picture in class) What can you see in this picture? D. Standard of Reading Oral Reading (Teacher will now paste the story in front.). Before that let us first unlock the following words: 1. Bear – to give or carry a child. 2. Custom – Practice or tradition of a particular place. 3. Sealed – to confirm or make secure. 4. Bitter – intense and full of hatred 5. Divert – distract 6. Courage – mental and moral strength 7. Reminisce – to remember 8. Beads – a small piece of material pierced for threading on a string or wire. None Ma’am.
  5. 5. After reading the story, answer the following: IV. 1. Who are the characters in the story? 2. Where was the setting? What is the weather and mood or atmosphere? 3. What was the problem in the story? 4. Why Awiyao does needs to marry another woman? 5. What is the theme of the story? E. Generalization 1. What are the elements of short story again? 2. What do you think is the importance of those elements? Evaluation Let the students to make a story map of wedding dance using the chart below. Title: __________________ Characters: _____________ Setting: a. Time: _______ b. Place: _______ c. Mood: _______ Conflict: ________________ Key events: _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ Climax: _________________ Resolution: ______________ Theme: _________________
  6. 6. V. Assignment: Make an advance reading about the story of “The Necklace” and try to answer the following. 1. Who are the characters in the story? 2. Where was the setting? 3. Why Madame Loisel was unhappy? Prepared by: Maila V. Orenia

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