A Detailed Lesson Plan
in English VII

I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
1. State the sequ...
solve the vocabulary activity. The first
group who can pass their work correctly will
have additional points in your quiz ...
When we say argumentation, it is the
process of forming reasons, justifying
beliefs, and drawing conclusions with the
aim ...
“Dreams are
necessary to life.”

“All our dreams can come
true, if we have the
courage to pursue them.”

- Anais Nin

- Wa...
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  1. 1. A Detailed Lesson Plan in English VII I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1. State the sequence of the story. 2. Define the meaning of argumentation. 3. Dramatize a specific part in the story by using argumentation. II. Subject Matter A. Topic: 1. My Father Goes To Court By Carlos Bulosan 2. Argumentation B.Reference:http://www.nancycudis.com/2012/10/my-father-goes-to-court.html III.Lesson Proper A. Daily Routine 1. Prayer Lord, we thank You for this day you gather us to learn a new lesson. Thank You for guiding us every day as we travel from our home to here. Please protect the rest of our family who was left in our home. Give us enough wisdom for us to use what we had learned in good ways. Forgive us in our sins and teach us to forgive others too. These all we ask in the name of Lord Jesus Christ, Amen. Good morning, class. Good morning, Sir! 2. Keeping the room in order. 3. Checking of attendance. 4. Motivation. Teacher’s Activity Students’ Activity Class, before we go to our discussion do you like to have first an energizer? Yes,Sir! I have here a song entitled “Alive, Alert, Awake, Enthusiastic”. I’ll sing it first then afterwards we will sing it together. The song goes like this. I’m alive, alert, awake, enthusiastic I’m alive, alert, awake, enthusiastic I’m alive, alert, awake, awake, alert, alive I’m alive, alert, awake, enthusiastic Okay. Did you get it? Everybody sing. Very good! You may now take your seat. B. Motivation Form six (6) groups. Each group should Yes, Sir! (The students will sing.) Thank you, Sir.
  2. 2. solve the vocabulary activity. The first group who can pass their work correctly will have additional points in your quiz later. (After three (3) minutes.) Kindly pass all the papers. Class, these are the words that we are going to meet as we read our story for today. So, are you excited for our story for today? Yes, Sir! The title of our story is “My Father Goes to Court” by Carlos Bulosan. (Distribution of copies.) (Reading proper) This time, we are going to read the story. Who want to start reading? Okay, so read first. Sir! Reading …….. Did you understand the story? Let me see if you really understand the story. Yes, Sir! How the two families differ from each other? Sir, they differ in their living status. The first family is poor and the second family is rich. How can you describe the poor family? Sir, they are always happy, cheerful, and healthy. How about the rich family? How can you describe them? Sir, they are weak, insensible, and unhealthy. Why did the rich man filed a complaint against the poor family? Sir, because according to the rich man, the poor family is stealing the spirit of their wealth and poor. How did the poor family reacted on the complaint of the rich man? Sir, they are confident because they know in themselves that they do not steal anything. Sir, by tinkling coins in his hands. How did the poor man pay the rich family? Okay, very good. It seems that you really understand the story. At this juncture, let us discuss what is argumentation. So, who has an idea about argumentation. Very good. Sir, argumentation is a process of reasoning systematically in support of an idea, action or theory.
  3. 3. When we say argumentation, it is the process of forming reasons, justifying beliefs, and drawing conclusions with the aim of influencing the thoughts and/or action of others. C. Generalization So, now we will have again a group activity. This time, we will just have three (3) groups. Is that okay with you? Each group will dramatize the part in the story when the poor family was called in the court. Show a nice argumentation in this part. Get it? Yes, Sir! Yes, Sir! You only have three (3) minutes to discuss it with your group. (Presentation) Okay. So give yourself a nice clap for a well done performance. D. Evaluation Okay. Class, kindly get ½ crosswise. Do the following: A. Compare them. Poor Family 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Rich Family 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B. What insights have you gained? 1. Do you think what the poor father did in paying the rich family is acceptable? Why or why not? 2. What moral lesson can you get from the story? 3. If you have a chance to change the title of the story, what is it and why? E. Assignment Answer the following in a 1 whole sheet of paper. Prepared by JhunArAr R. Ramos BSEd – III (English) Noted by Word Circle Ms. Ruth Jane T. Moreno English 8 Instructor
  4. 4. “Dreams are necessary to life.” “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” - Anais Nin - Walt Disney “Dream and give yourself permission to envision a you that you choose to be.” “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” - Joy Page - Eleanor Roosevelt “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” “To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.” - Colin Powell - Anatole France Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined. -Henry David Thoreau I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past. -Patrick Henry The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. -Eleanor Roosevelt Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly. - Lanston Hughes Commitment leads to action. Action brings your dream closer. -Marcia Wieder The best way to make your dreams come true is to wake up. - Paul Valery

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