DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH FOR GRADE II PUPILSI.OBJECTIVES:After the 45-minute discussion, 100% of the pupils will be able to appreciate andrespect God’s creatures; both living and nonliving, and to develop the attitude of thankinganybody for giving something, and that they may be able to use adjective to describe persons, places, animals, ideas,and events.II.SUBJECT MATTER:Using adjectives to describe persons, places, animals, ideas, and events.A.REFERENCES:English For All Times III, Language, pages 230-235Compilation of Different Types of Children’s Literaturehttp://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/adjectives/htmlB.INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS-Pictures of persons, places, events, animals-Paper Strips-Flashcards-Flip ChartC.SKILLSChildren will develop correct pronunciation, read difficult words, writing,speaking, and listening skills, andD.CONCEPTAdjectives are words that describe persons, places, animals, ideas, and events.E.VALUES INTEGRATIONAppreciation and respect of God’s creatures; both living and non-living, andthanking if somebody gives something.III.PROCEDURETeacher’s Activity Pupils’ ActivityA.Unlocking of Difficulties/ Schema Activation/Pre-Reading ActivityTeacher asks:Do you eat fish? Yes ma’am.Do you know how to catch fish in the sea? No ma’am.Have you seen a talking fish? No ma’am.If ever you’ll see a talking fish,what would you do? Would you kill it? No ma’am/yes ma’am.Why would not you kill it? I would not kill the fish because God would be mad at me. I would just put it back to sea and set it free.Why would you kill it? I would kill it because it might harm me or other people
because a talking fish is very rare.Okay children, your answers are both good.Whether you answer no because God wouldbe mad at you, or yes because you are afraidthat it would harm you, I leave it now to you.That is your opinion. Everybody’s opinion iscorrect. The thing is, whatever we do in ourlife, it now depends on how we handle andwith it.Do you understand, children? Yes ma’am!Children, do you want to hear a story? Yes Ma’am.Okay, this morning, I will tell you a verygood story about a poor fishermanwho found and talked with a talking fish.The title of this story is The White Fish andthe Good Fisherman. This is cut from theoriginal story by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.Its theme was used inThe Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish, a 1835poem by Aleksandr Pushkin.Okay, are you now ready to hear the story?B.Lesson Proper/During reading Activities:. . . story telling. . .(After the story telling of the teacher,she asks questions for discussions.)What is the story about? The story is about a talkingfish and a good fisherman.Who are the characters in the story? The characters in the story are Pedro, Juana, and the fish.Where did they live? They lived in the barrio of Kambag, near the seashore.What does Pedro do? Pedro catches fish.Why did Juana, the wife, get angrywith Pedro? The wife got angry with her husband because of their insufficient life.So, when Juana got angry, what didPedro do? When Juana got angry, Pedro immediately went to the sea to catch fish for their food.
When at sea, what did Pedro see?When Pedro was in the sea,he saw a very big white fish.Was was Pedro afraid when hesaw the fish? Why? Pedro was afraid when hesaw the fish because the fishcan talk and it talked to him.What did the fish say to Pedro? The fish was pleading Pedroto set him free, to put him back to the sea. It promisedPedro that he would give a magic spear as a reward.What did Pedro do next? Did hegrant the plea of the fish?Yes he did. He put back thefish in the sea, and went home.When Pedro went home, he went home withnothing. So, his wife again got angry again.What did he do then? Why?And so he went back to sea,hoping that he would seeagain the talking fish, because he would ask for the spear as a reward for not killing the fish.Did they meet again? What happened after?Yes, Pedro and the fish metagain. The fish gave Pedrothe magic spear. And Pedroand Juana became rich.How would you react if you’ll seea talking fish? Would you be happy?Sad? Or would you be afraid like Pedro?I would be afraid if I’ll see atalking fish, but of course I’llalso be amazed.If you were Pedro, what would you do? Why?If I were Pedro, I will grantthe plea of the fish. I will putit back to sea. Because thesea is the place where it belongs. And I’ll respect it. And because like me, the fish also has the right to live.Very good. That’s a very good idea my child!Do you like our story children? Yes ma’am!If you were the author, how do you likethe story to end? Do you like Pedroand Juana to become rich? Why? Why not?Do you like the title of our story? If not, whattitle do you like?Based from the story, what do you thinkare the characters of the author?Have you learned something from the story class? Yes ma’am. We learned
to respect everything, even ifit’s living or not. Becauselike us, they are also createdby God.Very good. We should respect and love othercreatures created by God. And in life, if we givesomething, we should not expect something inreturn. It’s better to give than to receive, as they say.And because, if you’ll give something to yourfellowmen, especially to the needy ones, God willrepay you for your generosity a thousand folds.In terms of respect, we should also respect everything,everyone as we respect our selves. If you wanted tobe respected by others, the you must first learnto respect yourself and the others.C.AFTER READING/LANGUAGE LESSON INTEGRATIONNow let us come to our new lesson for today.Our lesson for today is about adjectives.Do you know what an adjective is?No ma’am. (activities)Okay let us examine.Notice the following sentences.Read them in front of the class,and then, tell me if there is a word described.What is it? What is the word that describes it?1.They live in a little hut.Hut - Little2.He caught a big fish.Fish - Big3.Juana considers him a good fisherman.Fisherman - Good4.Pedro hates his ambitious wife.Juana - Ambitious5.The fish rewarded the sad Pedro.Pedro - SadI’ll dictate some words, and you write themin your notebook then use them in a sentence.1.Rich2.Far3.Loud4.Angry5.HappyGeneralization:When can you say that the word is anadjective?We can say that a word is anadjective when it describes a
person, place, animal, idea,and event.Application:Class, I have here pictures pasted onthe board. Describe the picture in two tothree words.I will give you these flashcards, andI will call anybody to read it aloud in front andpaste them to the corresponding picture on the board.IV.EVALUATION:Read the sentences carefully. Select the word that would best describe the personreferred to in a sentence. Write your answers on a piece of paper. Write the whole sentences and the next ones toowith their answers.1.I received a beautiful gift from my mom.My mom is _______________ (selfish, thoughtful).2.My brother lost my favorite bag.My brother is ________________ (careful, careless).3.John found one hundred pesos in the room. He gave it to the teacher.John is ____________ (honest, bad).4.My mother praised me for helping do the house chores.My mother was ____________ (appreciative, unkind).V.ASSIGNMENTIn a piece of yellow paper, list as many adjective as you can using the letters ofthe word adjective. And in a sheet of bond paper, describe your mother using adjectivesin a paragraph form, and then on a separate sheet, draw and describe your favorite pet.Example:A-dorable, amiable . . .D-J-E-C-T-I-V-E-