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Proper Nouns and Common Nouns Detailed Lesson Plan
Proper Nouns and Common Nouns Detailed Lesson Plan
Proper Nouns and Common Nouns Detailed Lesson Plan
Proper Nouns and Common Nouns Detailed Lesson Plan
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Proper Nouns and Common Nouns Detailed Lesson Plan

  1. DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 3 I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: a. Recognize the difference between common and proper noun b. Use capital letters properly c. Appreciate the use of common and proper nouns in our daily life II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Topic: Common Noun and Proper Noun B. Reference: Internet (http://www.slideshare.net/deianeira5/comon-proper-noun presentation) C. Materials: Colored papers, marker, worksheets D. Values: Appreciation and Understanding III. PROCEDURE Teacher’s Activity Pupil’s Activity A. Preparation 1. Prayer Before we start, may I call on our prayer leader today? 2. Greetings Good morning class. You may now take your seats. 3. Checking of attendance Is everybody’s present today? 4. Passing of Assignment We have an assignment, right? Pass your assignments in front. - Pupils stand and pray - Good morning teacher. - Thank you teacher. - Yes, teacher. - Pupils pass their assignments while singing “pass your paper”
  2. B. SWARLT (Start With A Reading-Listening Technique) The Wise Son In Africa, in the country of Ghana, there once lived a man who had three sons. One day, before he left on a long journey, Mario gathered his sons around him. He gave each child an egg. “I will be gone for a long time.” He told his sons. “Use these eggs to help your mother.” But as soon Mario left, the two older boys cooked and ate their eggs. The youngest boy, Elmo, gave his egg to his mother, who put it under a hen to hatch. Many months later, Mario returned. The youngest son prepared a feast to welcome him back-for he had many chickens and many eggs. Questions: a. Where did the story happen? b. what is the name of the father in the story? c. How many sons he have? d. After reading and listening to the story. What did you learned? C. Motivation I have here a table with 5 columns (persons, places, things, animals and ideas or events). Beside the table are list of words. If you believe that this word is a name of person, then place this to its column (person) and so the same with others. Did you get it class? Who wants to volunteer? - Pupils will listen carefully. - The story happened in Africa, in the country of Ghana. - The name of the father is Mario. - He has 3 sons. - Pupil1: I learned that we need to save food for our future. Pupil2: Be wise. - Yes, teacher! - The pupils
  3. PERSONS PLACES THINGS ANIMALS IDEAS/EVENTS boy father Mario teacher Ms. Lina Philippines town city Pasay City park table cellphone book Nokia Sampaguita Cat fish dog bird Philippine Eagle cat holiday Mother’s Day party Christmas season D. Presentation/Discussion NOUN Look at the table we made a while ago. Any idea what is the meaning of Noun? Very Good! There are many kinds of nouns, but today, let’s focus on the first two kind of nouns - Proper Nouns and Common Nouns. What do you think our lesson for today? Very Good! Now, let us define what is Common Noun? Everybody read. Examples: food, student, flower, country How about Proper Noun? Kindly read. Examples: Adobo, Lara, Sunflower, Japan - Noun is the name of person, place, thing, animal, and events. - Proper Nouns and Common Nouns - Common Nouns are used to name persons, places, things, animals and events in GENERAL. It refers to class or types of noun without being specific. - Proper Nouns are used to name SPECIFIC person, place, things, animals and events. It is always begin with a capital letter.
  4. I have here again a table but this time it has only two columns (Proper Noun and Common Noun). Going back to our chart before. Classify all the words if it is Proper or Common Noun. Put it in the proper column. Ready class? Okay, volunteer? - Yes, teacher. - The pupils. COMMON NOUNS PROPER NOUNS boy father teacher town city park dog bird cat table cellphone book holiday party season Mario Ms. Lina Philippines Cat fish Pasay City Philippine Eagle Mother’s Day Nokia Christmas Sampaguita E. Generalization What is noun again class? What are the two kinds of nouns that we discussed today? What is a common noun? How about proper noun? Proper Nouns are always begins with _? - Noun is a name of persons, place, things, animals and events. - Common Noun and Proper Noun - Common Nouns are used to name persons, places, things, animals and events in general. - Proper Nouns are used to name specific person, place, things, animals and events - Capital letter.
  5. IV. ASSESSMENT Determine whether each noun is common or proper noun. 1. New York 2. television 3. subject 4. Converse 5. Manny Pacquiao 6. soap 7. Independence Day 8. Bear Brand 9. pants 10. store V. ASSIGNMENT Write at least 3 proper nouns for each common noun in the circle. girls Proper Nouns are used to name SPECIFI C person, place, thin, animals and events. schools flowers milk colors
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