LEARNING PACKAGE IN ENGLISH III                                  HIGH SCHOOLOBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, the stude...
2. What are subjects? Why do we need subjects in a        sentence?    3. What are verbs? Why do we need verbs in a senten...
How about the verb? What verb is used in the followingsentences? Do you think both of the sentences are correct? Whyor why...
sentences? What did you notice with the subjects? How about theverb? What verb is used in the following sentences? Do you ...
economic breakdown of our country.5. None but the polite (is, are) kind to me.6. Noli Me Tangere (is, are) a book written ...
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  1. 1. LEARNING PACKAGE IN ENGLISH III HIGH SCHOOLOBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to: A. determine the appropriate forms of the verb that agree with the subject; B. manifest the value of using subject-verb agreement in communication through “KNOW-WHAT-LEARNED-HOW” chart completion; and C. construct grammatical sentences in relation to subject-verb agreement through “KNOW-WHAT-LEARNED-HOW” chart completion.Topic: Subject-Verb Agreement Learning Experiences REMARKS (Routine Activities) -prayer -checking of attendance -housekeeping -review of the past lesson A.EXPLORE Let’s continue the KNOW-WHAT-LEARNED-HOW chart. Now, kindly fill out the LEARNED and HOW. LEARNED This stage is to answer your questions, as well as to list what new information you have learned. (to be filled out after the discussion) HOW This is the last stage. Based on what they have learned, students will share how they will use what they have learned in their daily lives by giving concrete examples. (to be filled out after the discussion) KNOW WHAT LEARNED HOW What do I What do I What did I How can I Know? want to learn? apply this in know or my life? find out? B. FIRM-UP 1. Today, we shall discuss the Subject-Verb Agreement. *As a General Principle, singular subjects need singular verbs; plural subjects need plural verbs.
  2. 2. 2. What are subjects? Why do we need subjects in a sentence? 3. What are verbs? Why do we need verbs in a sentence? 4. Sentence analysis: a) You are a good leader. b) You are good leaders.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the givensentences? How are they used in the sentence? Which is singular?Which is plural?How about the verb? What verb is used in the followingsentences? Do you think both of the sentences are correct? Whyor why not? Do you think they both agree with the subjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? c) It is useless to argue.Analyze the sentence. What is the subject used in the sentence?Where is the verb? Do you think they agree with each other? Whyor why not?What rule can you derive based on the given example? d) Half of the milk is used for salad. e) Half of the books are donated to the barrio schools.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the givensentences? How are they used in the sentence? Which is a massnoun and count nouns?How about the verb? What verb is used in the followingsentences? Do you think both of the sentences are correct? Whyor why not? Do you think they both agree with the subjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? f) All of the information is true. g) All of the documents are valid.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the givensentences? How are they used in the sentence? Which is a massnoun and count nouns?How about the verb? What verb is used in the followingsentences? Do you think both of the sentences are correct? Whyor why not? Do you think they both agree with the subjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? h) All he wants is to sleep.Analyze the sentence. What is the subject used in the sentence?Where is the verb? Do you think they agree with each other? Whyor why not?What rule can you derive based on the given example? i) The leader, not the followers, presides the meeting. j) The followers, not the leader, are present.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the givensentences? How are they used in the sentence? What did younotice in the sentence?
  3. 3. How about the verb? What verb is used in the followingsentences? Do you think both of the sentences are correct? Whyor why not? Do you think they both agree with the subjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? k) None is exempted. l) None of the members are exempted. m) None but the brave have survived the crisis.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the givensentences? How are they used in the sentence? What did younotice in the sentence?How about the verb? What verb is used in the followingsentences? Do you think these sentences are correct? Why orwhy not? Do you think they agree with the subjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? n) The people want to change the constitution. o) The peoples of Asia are culturally related.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the givensentences? How are they used in the sentence? What did younotice in the sentence?How about the verb? What verb is used in the followingsentences? Do you think both of the sentences are correct? Whyor why not? Do you think they both agree with the subjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? p) Men in Black is a science fiction movie. q) The Chamber is authored by John Grisham.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the givensentences? How are they used in the sentence? What did younotice in the sentence?How about the verb? What verb is used in the followingsentences? Do you think both of the sentences are correct? Whyor why not? Do you think they both agree with the subjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? r) He speaks. s) She walks.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the givensentences? How about the verb? What verb is used in thefollowing sentences? Do you think both of the sentences arecorrect? Why or why not? Do you think they both agree with thesubjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? t) What he really needs is love.Analyze the sentence. What is the subject used in the sentence?Where is the verb? What did you notice with the subject? Do youthink they agree with each other? Why or why not?What rule can you derive based on the given example? u) The young are cooperative. v) The poor need our help.Analyze the sentences. Where is the subject in the given
  4. 4. sentences? What did you notice with the subjects? How about theverb? What verb is used in the following sentences? Do you thinkboth of the sentences are correct? Why or why not? Do you thinkthey both agree with the subjects?What rule can you derive based on the given examples? w) Robert Jaworski is one of the few coaches who have won several basketball championships.Analyze the sentence. What is the subject used in the sentence?Where is the verb? What did you notice with the subject? Do youthink they agree with each other? Why or why not?What rule can you derive based on the given example?C.DEEPEN1. What is the importance of knowing the subject-verbagreement? How can you apply it in your daily lives?2. Just like in your agreements with others, how important is it toconform to agreements? Is it good to forget your agreementswith others? Why or why not? Writing, a skill required by many jobs on the planet, contains many chances for mistakes that can make your writing unclear or even unreadable. Understanding the significance behind subject-verb agreement can help you write better and make your writing much easier to understand. To communicate clearly in the English language, you must match a singular subject with a singular verb and a plural subject with a plural verb.Activity:Let’s fill out the chart “KNOW-WHAT-LEARNED-HOW? 1. Now, fill out the “LEARNED” part by answering your own questions on the “WANT” part as well as what new information you have learned. 2. Fill out also the “HOW” part based on what you’ve learned, students will share how they will use what they have learned in their daily lives by giving concrete examples. (sharing of outputs in class)Assignment: Analyze the sentences carefully. Identify the correct verb in thefollowing sentences. Rewrite the following sentences in yournotebook. Be able to explain why your answers are such.1. You (love, loves) the country where you (belong, belongs).2. One-half of the students (are, is) foreigners.3. Some of the street children (come, comes) from brokenhomes.4. The President, not the senators (discusses, discuss) the
  5. 5. economic breakdown of our country.5. None but the polite (is, are) kind to me.6. Noli Me Tangere (is, are) a book written by Dr. Jose P. Rizal.7. Corazon C. Aquino is the first woman who (have, has) becomepresident of the Philippines.8. What she really hopes (are, is) world peace.9. The talented (are, is) energetic.10. They (practice, practices) honesty at all times. Mina, Lorna Cammille BSEd-4

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