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Sample lesson plan public k to 12

  1. 1. PAMPANGA CityofSii H I G H S C H O O L m Fernando, (P) D«fiEPP F P A r r M f R T f OF E D C r A l t d N SUGGESTED LESSON QUARTER 1: LESSON FLAN IN ENGLISH GRADE 8 (Beginning tlie Knowledge) I. Objectives: During and at the end of the lesson, the • Identify prosodic features: st ^earners are expected to: t •ess, intonation, and pauses serving as. carriers of meaning that may aid or interfere in the delivery of the message in stories and informative texts (LC); • Use appropriate registers to suit the intended audience and variation in intonation and stress for emphasis and contrast (SF); • Develop strategies for copiiig with unknown words and ambiguous sentence structure and discourse (VD); • Adjust reading speed based on one's purpose for reading and the type of materials read (RC); I - • Organize information extracted from a picture or a program viewed (VCJ; ' Discover literature as means |of understanding the human being and the forces he/she has to contend with (Llj; • Use non-linear texts and outlines to show relationships between ideas (WC); • Gather data using library and electronic resources consisting of general references: atlas, periodical index, periodicals and internet sources/other websites to locate information (SS); | ; i ' ' • Identify sentences according toi structure (OS); • Use varied adjective complementation (OS); and • Write informative articles (e.g. posters, slogans, advertisements, brochures) that relate to culture and values (Wp). U. Subject Matter: • Reading Selections: 1. "The Hands of the Blacks" An Excerpt from "We Killed Mangy-Dog" by Luis Bernardo Hohwana | ; 2. "What is An Educated Filipino?" by Francisco Benitez • 3. " I am an African Child" by Eku McGred ! • Expected Output: Informative |rticle ' • Reference Material: Grade 8 Ehglish Curriculum Teacher's Guide, Learning Module for English - Grade 8, Internet jResources III. Procedures: PRE-ASSESSMENT (Quarter 1){JQ, pp.3-8) • K N O W 1
  2. 2. Activity 1: The Thoughts That I Know Are... (TG, pp. 11-12) [The teacher will show some video clips or pictures of who Afro-Asians are.) Question: What do you know about the people of Asia and Africa? Directions: ' 1. Find a partner. ' Discuss w video clip guidelines I Complete the "My Initial Thoughts Are" sheet below, i Compare your answers with hose of your partner by exchanging each other s work. My fiitial Thoughts A r e . . . 2. 3. 4. th him/her your views on the pictures you have seen / you have just watched. The teacher will give the PROCESS > Activity 1: Watch Out! Verb or Noun (TG, p.2) Review on Stress and Intonation (TG, pp. 13-15) > Activity 3: It's Not What You Said; It's How You Said It (TG, p.3) Reading SeIection:"What is An Educated Filipino?" [TG. pp. 16-18) Reading Selection: 'The Hands of the Blacks" (TG. pp. 19-21) > Activity 5: Informational Paragraph Frame (TG,p.22) > Activity 7: Run-On Poem (TG. pp. 23-24) UNDERSTANDING i Review on Clines(TG, p.27) Activity 10: Going Clining, Anyone? (TG. p.27J Activity 11: Grammar Topics (TG, pp. 28-31) 1. Adjectives and Types of Adjectives 2. Compound and Compound Complex Sentences Activity 13: Informative Essay (TG. pp. 32-34) Reading Selection: "Why Sinigang?" by Doreen G. Fernandez Activity 14: Let Us Do PMI (TG. pp. 33-34) > > > PRODUCT/PERFORMANCE , > Activity 15: Informative Article (TG. pp. 36-38) > Output ! ^ j (The students will be asked to write a one paragraph essay about any topic of their choice or the teacher can give a particular topic. a Identify the purpose for writing , j
  3. 3. b. Consider your audience c. Have an inter;esting beginning sentence to hook your audience's interest I d. Cite only relevant and accurate details e. Have a dear (Conclusion IV. Agreement: . ? • Group the students. • Have the students write informative articles (e.g. posters or slogans) that relate to the culture and values of Afro-Asian countries. • Theme: "A Taste ofAsia, A Taste of Africa" i