1. Lyceum-Northwestern University Emilyn R. Ragasa
College of Teacher Education Principles of Teaching 2
LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH
1. Produce the sounds of /p/ & /f/ properly.
2. Differentiate the words of /p/ & /f/ sounds.
1. Construct sentences using past tense of verb.
2. Recognize past tense in a sentence.
1. Read the fable with comprehension.
2. Read orally the fable.
1. Write sentence using past tense.
2. Write one short stories.
II. SUBJECT MATTER:
Fable – The Rabbit and the Turtle
Speech - /p/ and /f/ sounds
Grammar – Past Tense
Materials: Charts, Sticks, Marker & Fable Book
References: A textbook in English for First Year High School
From the Fable what is the moral lesson of the story?
Who wants to become a selfish person?
Sounds in focus: /p/ & /f/
Peace upward First herself
Place Archipelago foot chiefs
Points open for after
Practice parapet fire aforesaid
Upon help free fireplace
2. Jump poet frozen pitch
Poem picture belief flies
Listen & Repeat:
The sound of /p/ in the initial position is accompanied by a puff of air say /p/.
A pen A piece of pineapple pie.
A pin A pot of porridge.
A pencil The people of Paris.
A policeman A postcard from Peru.
A puppy A pinch of pepper.
File full of life
Fin fifteen fish
Feet fly far away
Phrase fight for freedom
Flea Enough food
Pronounce the following:
1. Fifty pages of fine poetry.
2. Out of the frying pan to the fire.
3. Fight for freedom & preserve peace.
4. Pieces of paper on the floor.
5. People of the Philippines.
Read the following passages clearly.
1. “Full fathom five thy father lies, of his bones are coral made. Those are pearls that
were his eyes.”
- WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
2. “There once was a fisher named fisher who fished for a fish with a grin pulled the
fisherman in; how they are fishing the fissure for fisher.”
- GERTRUDE WALSH
3. Grammar in Focus:
Talking about actions & events in the past using past tense correctly. Read this entry in
the diary of Oye Franco.
On Saturday last week, the whole family was up early. It was housecleaning day.
Great! No, I would rather think about it as family day.
After an early breakfast, we started the general cleaning. Ellen and Mike
scrubbed the floor, applied floor wax on it, dusted all the furniture and arranged the
books on the shelves. Nina and Danny decorated the sala and the curtains changed it.
Jean and Gail emptied the garbage pails and dumped the garbage into the community
garbage container. Tatay cleaned the canal and fixed the broken fence. Nanay burned the
dry leaves and twigs. She also watered the plants. I washed the dirty clothes and Tatay
cooked a savory supper for his tired and hungry family. Yes! Tatay does the cooking on
Saturdays. I love Saturdays
Answer the following questions.
1. Why was the Franco Family up early last Saturday?
2. What do you think of Oye’s Family?
When we talking about action completed in the difintite past, we use the
simple past tense. The past tense of regular verbs is formed by adding-ed to the base form
Examples of Irregular Verbs:
BASE FORM PAST FORM
Be was, were
Get up got up
4. Leave left
Complete the sentence with the correct form of the given verb. The time frame is
(RAIN) 1. It________ hard yesterday.
(BE) 2. The streets _______flooded.
(PLAY) 3. Some children ________in the rain.
(WADE) 4. They ________in the water.
(WALK) 5. Many students ________ home from school.
(DISMISS) 6. The teacher ________ the class early.
(HURRY) 7. The student’s ________ home.
(LEAVE) 8. One student’s _________ her bag in class.
(LOSE)9. My friend _______ her history book.
(BRING) 10. Typhoon really ________ problems.
Do the activity 5 on page 88. Complete the sentence by adding the correct simple past