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The Boor

  1. 1. Lesson Plan in Literature for Fourth Year StudentsI. Objectives Students must be able to do the following at the end of the activities with at least 75% proficiency. a) Identify the types of drama and point out what type of drama is the text. b) Write a dialogue. c) Discriminate between positive and negative values. d) Indicate commitment to values pertaining to humanity.II. Subject Matter “The Boor” by Anton Chekhov Reference: http://www.theatrehistory.com/plays/boor.html Materials: Copy of the pre-assigned text, picture and rubric sheet.III. Procedure Day 1: A. Motivation: 1. What do you think is the mood in the picture you see? 2. Do you believe in love at first sight? 3. Tell the students that the picture is from the Drama/ Stage Play called “The Boor”. B. Presentation: 1. Tell the students that they will now learn more about the types of drama. 2. Discuss the types of Drama. Tragedy Comedy Melodrama Farce
  2. 2. Activity 1: 1. Identify what type of drama is “The Boor” 2. Ask the students if they understood the text and then give them the following questions to answer: a. Do you think that Mr. Smirnov and Helena fell in love at first sight? Why? Why not? b. Who do you think is more faithful? Man or Woman? Why? c. If you could talk to Mrs. Popov what would you tell her? d. Describe the positive traits you find in the text. Cite evidences by reading the line. e. Describe the negative traits you find in the text. Cite evidences by reading the line..Day 2:A. Review1. Review the students about what they learned about dramaB. Activity 1: 1. Ask the students to recall the story of “The Boor” 2. Let them describe the main characters.C. Evaluation: 1. Give them instructions to write a short dialogue on how they want the story to end. (alternate ending) 2. Let the students justify their ending. 3. Give them a rubric to follow standards.From: http://www.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm?code=V4C75A&sp=yes&Excellent =5Good =4Fair =3Needs Improvement =2Poor =1Rubrics on next page
  3. 3. Sentence Excellent Good Fair Needs Improvement PoorVariation and The writing has: The writing has: The writing has: The writing has: The writing has:Formation sentences that sentences that are sentences that are sentence formation frequent andLength and show exceptional skillfully generally errors and/or a lack of severe sentenceStructure use of sentence constructed with complete with sentence variety. formation errors variety and appropriate sufficient variety and/or a loack of complexity of variety in length in length and sentence variety. structure. and structure. structure.Correct Excellent Good Fair Needs Improvement PoorCUPS The writing has: The writing has: The writing has: The writing has: some The writing has:Correct exceptional consistently generally correct errors in frequent andconventions, capitalization, correct capitalization, capitalization,word severe errors incapitalization, word usage, capitalization, word usage, usage, punctuation capitalization,usage, punctuation word usage, punctuation including indention of word usage,punctuation, including punctuation including paragraphs, and punctuationand spelling. indention of including indention of spelling. including paragraphs, and indention of paragraphs , and indention of precise spelling. paragraphs, and precise spelling. paragraphs, and precise spelling. spelling.Word choice Excellent Good Fair Needs Improvement PoorDescriptive The writing has: The writing has: The writing has The writing has: The writing has:and varied sentences that sentences that generally varied some general and general,word choice show show consistently and descriptive repetitive words that repetitive, and/or exceptionally appropriate word word choice that may be inappropriate confusing word precise, specific, choices that are are appropriate or ineffective to the choices that often descriptive and generally precise, for the image image or activity are inappropriate vivid word varied, and being described. being described. or ineffective in choice including descriptive. describing the alliterations or activity or image. other literary devices.Easy to follow Excellent Good Fair Needs Improvement Poorand The writing has: The writing has: The writing has The writing has The writing hasunderstand dialogue that is dialogue that is dialogue that is dialogue that is dialogue that is consistently easy generally easy to somewhat easy to somewhat difficult to generally difficult to follow and follow and follow and follow and understand to follow and understand understandable. understand between individuals understand between two between yet has errors that between individual individuals yet interfere with individuals as participants. has errors that understanding. well as has errors interfere with that interfere with understanding. understanding.V. Assignment: Write a personal observation about a favorite telenovela you like and how it relates to yourexperiences..
  4. 4. Prepared by: Ma. Cristina D. PanganoranCourse & Yr.: BSE-IIIClearance Number: 321

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