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Detailed Lesson Plan in English 3

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Interrogative pronouns grade 3

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Detailed Lesson Plan in English 3

  1. 1. Lesson Plan in English 3 I. Objectives At the end of an hour, the pupils should be able to: 1. recognize the use of interrogative pronoun. 2. form correct questions with interrogative pronouns. 3. appreciate the use of interrogative pronouns in our daily life. II. Subject Matter A. Topic: Using Interrogative Pronouns B. References: Crossing Boundaries through English 3 by Teresita Arcos-Surot , p153 C. Materials: Books, Manila Paper III. Procedures Teacher’s Activity Pupil’s Activity I. Preliminary Activity A. Pre-Assessment Activity 1. Prayer Before we start may I ask Aica to lead a prayer? 2. Greetings Good morning class. You may now take your seats. 3. Checking of attendance. Is everybody’s present? 4. Review What is our lesson yesterday? What is pronoun? What are the examples of pronoun? Can we move on to our next B. Motivation I will divide the class into four. Each group will pick a piece of paper and answer the question written in the paper. Look at the underline words inside the paper. What have you notice? C. Presentation Let us read the MOTHER & SON DIALOGUE. I am going to read a part of a mother and you read the part of the son. Heavenly Father. Good Morning Teacher. Thank you. Yes Ma’am. It’s about pronoun. Pronoun is a word that substitutes for a noun or noun phrase. I, you, we, they, its Yes. It’s asking questions / Interrogative.
  2. 2. Mother: Son, it's time to go to school. Son: I know, mom, but I don't like school and classes are boring. Mother: I know what you mean, dear, bit I do want you to graduate. Son: Why do I have to graduate? What's the point? I know lots of people who don't like studying. Mother: I know what you mean, dear, but it seems to me that it's better to graduate than not graduate. Many people who studied hard at school and got good school records became successful. Son: Like who? Mother: Well, let's see, for example, big company presidents, prime ministers, famous baseball players and actors. Son: What did they learn in school? Mother: I'm not sure, Son, but they studied hard. Son: You don't know, mother, do you? Any case, I don't want to be a president, or famous or what. Mother: Dear, what do you want to be when you become an adult? Son: Don't know yet, want to be kind, loved by everybody, especially beautiful girls. Mother: I know what you mean; love affairs are very exciting and fun but in order to have them you need to study very hard. Son: What do I have to study for that? Mother: I'm not sure, Son, let me think...I have a great idea. Please talk to your teacher next time you see her. Son: Ok, I will. By the way, mother, what did you study at school? Mother: That's a very good question, dear, I'm not sure I can answer that but it was fun to go because there were a lot of handsome boys who chased me. I was very busy. Son: I know, mom, but I don't like school and classes are boring. Son: Why do I have to graduate? What's the point? I know lots of people who don't like studying. Son: Like who? Son: What did they learn in school? Son: You don't know, mother, do you? Any case, I don't want to be a president, or famous or what. Son: Don't know yet, want to be kind, loved by everybody, especially beautiful girls. Son: Ok, I will. By the way, mother, what did you study at school?
  3. 3. Son: Mother, don't misunderstand me, I want to be loved by everybody not just girls. Mother: Oh, I'm so sorry; you're wonderful, always thinking about others. It's a great ambition and I know you'll graduate one day. Son: I know, mother, but I still don't like school. What do you observe about the dialogue? What do you think about our lesson for today? Alright, let’s find out. . What is an interrogative pronoun? Kindly read _________. Interrogative pronouns are: What is asks for persons, animals, and things in general. Examples: What's the point? What did they learn in school? What do you want to be when you become an adult? Class, can you give me an interrogative pronoun begins with what? Which is asks for persons, animals, and things from a limited numbers. Examples: Which language you are compatible to speak of? English or Filipino. Which is pet would you like to have? Dog or cat? Class, can you give me an interrogative pronoun begins with which? Who is asking for persons? Example: Who is she talking to? Who is your teacher? Class, can you give me an interrogative pronoun begins with who? Son: Mother, don't misunderstand me, I want to be loved by everybody not just girls. Son: I know, mother, but I still don't like school. The son is always asking question to his mother. It’s about asking questions. Interrogative pronouns are pronouns that ask questions. Example of these are what, who, which, how, why, when, and where. They are use to begin the questions. What is your name? What are you doing? Which color do you want? Black or white? Which country you want to visit? Japan or India? Who is your sister? Who are you? Who is the owner of the school?
  4. 4. Where is asks for places. Examples: Where is my money? Where is your mother? Class, can you give me an interrogative pronoun begins with When is asks for dates/days. Examples: When is your birthday? When is the Christmas party? Class, can you give me an interrogative pronoun begins with when. Why is asks for a reasons. Examples: Why do I have to graduate? Class, can you give me an interrogative pronoun begins with why. How is asks for steps or instructions.. Examples: How did you do that? How to bake a cake? Class, can you give me an interrogative pronoun begins with how. Again, what are the seven interrogative pronouns? 1. What 2. Why 3. Where 4. Who 5. When 6. Which 7. How D. Generalization What are uses in asking questions? If we don’t use interrogative pronouns, can you understand everything? Is it important to ask questions? Why? Is interrogative pronouns use in our daily lives? Why? Where are you going? Where is my bag? When is the party’s happen? When is your vacation? Why are you late? Why are you here? How to wash your hands properly? How to solve the puzzle? 1. What 2. Why 3. Where 4. Who 5. When 6. Which 7. How Interrogative pronouns. No Yes it is. For us to gather information. Yes it is. To understand the thing that we want to know.
  5. 5. E. Application Fill in the blanks with proper interrogative pronouns to complete each sentence below. Choose the proper interrogative pronoun inside the box. 1. ________ do you work? 2. ________ are you waiting for? 3. ________ kind of film do you like? 4. ________ many pupils do you have? 5. Tea or coffee, ______ would you like? 6. ________ is the periodical test? 7. ________ don’t you want coffee? 8. ________ are you? 9. ________ car is yours? 10. ________ is your dog’s name? 11. ________ is going to be a first honor? 12. ________ is your car? 13. ________ is that thing happened? 1. Where 2. Who 3. What 4. How 5. Which 6. When 7. Why 8. Who 9. Which 10. What 11. Who 12. Where 13. How IV. Evaluation (Answer exercise 1 on page 154 in your book. ) Exercise 1 Underline the proper interrogative pronoun in the parenthesis to complete each sentence below. 1. (How, Why, What) did they go there? 2. (Who, Which, What) did the children do? 3. (Who, What, Which) cook the porridge? 4. (What, Who, Why) did the children become curious? 5. (Who, Where, What) did the children find the old man? 6. (What, Which, How) lesson did you learn from the story? 7. (How, Why, Where) were the children thankful to the old man? 8. (Who, What, Which) of the children decided to open the gate? 9. (Why, When, How) did the old man treat his neighbors when he got well? 10. (How, Why, Where) did the old man feel sorry about his attitude before? V. Assignment Answer the exercise 2 on page 154-156 in your book. Prepared by: Jane Basto What Which When How Where Who Why

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