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  1. 1. A Detailed Lesson Plan in English for Grade VI Prepared by: Pelaosa, Larino Jr. Salazar I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: 1. Identify nouns that are plural in form but singular in meaning. 2. Construct sentences applying those nouns that are plural in form but singular in meaning. 3. Reflect and answer on the text been read. Value: Cooperation II. Subject Matter: Nouns that are Plural in Form but Singular in Meaning Reference: English for All Times (Language) 6 Textbook (pp. 104) - Balingit, Purificacion C. - Galapon, Agnes P. - Relente, Carmelita A. Materials: Board, Chalkboard, Chart III. Procedure: A. Routinary Activities: Teacher’s Activity Students’ Activity “Good morning Class!” “Mr. /Ms._____, please leads the prayer.” “Thank You, kindly pick-up the dirt.” “Okay, take your sit.” “Good morning Sir!” (Mr./Ms._____, will lead the prayer.) (Students will pick-up the dirt.) (Students will sit properly.) B. Pre-activities: 1. Review: “Class, what do we have discussed last meeting?” “Mr./Ms._____, what have you learned with what we have discussed last meeting?” (Students’ answers may vary.) (Students’ answers may vary.) 2. Motivation:
  2. 2. “So, Class, what is your favorite flower?” “What can you say about them?” (Students’ answers may vary.) (Students’ answers may vary.) A. Engagement Activities: 1. Listening: “Okay class, Thank You! And now, I will read a dialog of 2 friends about the flower. Hope you like it.” (Students will listen attentively.) Sonia: Have you read or heard about the queen of Philippine orchids? Rodel: Not so much. But I admire the beauty of orchids. What makes it interesting? Sonia: Their flowers come in many different bright and vibrant colors. Maybe you’ve seen them in gardens, or in flower arrangements like bouquets and corsages. Rodel: Yes, I have seen some in our neighbor’s botanical gardens. Tell me more about one of the most beautiful orchids in the world. Sonia: Waling-waling? Rodel: Yes. What makes it so popular? Sonia: Of all the orchids, waling-waling has the much-sought-after round shape with overlapping petals and sepals. The flowers are flat and ideal for corsage making. Would you believe it was originally found growing wild only in the Philippines? Rodel: How was it discovered? Sonia: How waling-waling was discovered in Mindanao is an exciting story of adventure and surprises. Many stories and events have been told about the waling-waling but none as exciting as going to the city of Davao and seeing the best one. Rodel: Is it considered now as one of the endangered species? Sonia: Waling-waling is now very rare in the wild. Today, this flower is an endangered species. This flower is the most important contribution to the orchid world. Rodel: Really? I think we should be proud of it and help curb its extinction. Source: Waling-waling: Queen of Philippine Orchids, Benito S. Vergara 2. Comprehension Question:
  3. 3. (The Teacher will ask the following Question.) “What is considered as queen of Philippine orchids?” “How are they different from other flowers?” “What makes the waling-waling so popular?” “Where in our country can we find most of these flowers?” “So, class reflects what we read.” (Students’ expected answer.) “Waling-waling.” “Their flowers come in many different bright and vibrant colors.” “Waling-waling has the much- sought-after round shape with overlapping petals and sepals. The flowers are flat and ideal for corsage making.” “In Davao (Mindanao).” (The students will reflect for what the teacher have read.) 3. Reading: (The Teacher will ask a student to read the paragraphs on the chart.) (Certain student will volunteer to read.) “Fishing is Fun. Men, women and children love it. It does not necessarily mean catching different species of fish like tuna, milkfish, salmon or mackerel. It means catching all kinds of living animals in the water like lobsters, shrimps, oysters and clams. Fish and other sea animals are the greatest food resources. All over the world, people fish in rivers, lakes and oceans. Most people in fishing countries of the world are fishers.” “Okay Mr./Ms._____, kindly underlines those words that are italicized.” (Mr./Ms._____, will underline at least one of the italicized words in the chart.) D. Generalization: “Nouns are used to name something- people, places, events, animals and things.”
  4. 4. Examples: Men, women, children, tuna, milkfish and salmon. “Some Nouns are plural in form but singular in meaning when such nouns are used as subject.” Examples: The news is bad. Measles is contagious. Politics takes much time. The Philippines is a beautiful country. E. Application: 1. Practice Exercises: (The Teacher will give exercises.) I. Write S on your paper if the noun is in its singular form and P if it is in its plural form. 1. Airplanes 2. Baseball 3. Bases 4. Echo 5. Schools 6. Turkeys 7. Knives 8. Leaf 9. Child 10.Teeth II. Write the plural form of the following nouns on your paper. 1. Ox 2. Box 3. Species 4. Politician 5. Area 6. Filipino 7. Thief 8. Church 9. Tonsillitis 10.Mumps (The students will get pen and paper.)
  5. 5. IV. Evaluation: In each sentence, find a noun which is plural in form but singular in meaning. Write it on your paper. 1. You have done your Mathematics homework and to check it, you compare it with that of your classmate’s work. 2. Rino is helping Alfred with his report on the different species of insects. 3. During the survey of the people from Department of Health, measles is an epidemic in rural areas especially during summer time. 4. Of all the sports like basketball, volleyball, baseball and others, billiards is becoming popular. 5. Before the operation, the patient undertook a series of examinations. 6. Have you heard the good news? 7. Children find Mathematics difficult to some, it is interesting and enjoyable. 8. Mumps is a contagious disease and it usually breaks out during summer time. 9. Many students find Physics difficult. 10.The Philippines is made up of more than seven thousand islands. (The students will get a piece of paper.) V. Assignment: “List down at least 5 other examples of nouns which are plural in form but singular in meaning. Then use it in your own sentence.” (Students will get their notes and copy what’s on the chart.)

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