LEARNING PACKAGE IN ENGLISH III HIGH SCHOOLOBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to: A. identify the different literary devices; B. give the importance of using literary devices in writing; and C. work cooperatively in class through an activity entitled “Sentence Strip Game.”Sub-Topic: Figures of Speech Learning Experiences REMARKS (Routine Activities) -prayer -checking of attendance -housekeeping -review of the past lesson A.EXPLORE 1. Wave you encountered poems that you can’t easily understand? What did you feel about it? What did you do? 2. Why do you think you can’t understand them? Activity: There are words on the board such as Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Trope, Metonymy, etc.. Students will be given bingo sheets and then they will choose any word posted on the board and write it on any of the eight blank spaces. After they have written the words the game bingo will be started. It’s similar to the real bingo game. The only difference is that words are on the bingo sheets. (Black Bingo) WORD BINGO A price will be given to the first student who will be able to do the Black Bingo. B. FIRM-UP 1. Today, we shall discuss the Figures of speech. 2. What are figures of speech? Why do you think we need figures of speech?
3. Let’s start with Simile. Any idea what do we mean when we saysimile?4. "Good coffee is like friendship: rich and warm and strong."(slogan of Pan-American Coffee Bureau). What did you notice inthis slogan? What made it a simile? How did you say so?5. How about the metaphor? What is a metaphor?6. In this sentence, "Humor is the shock absorber of life; it helpsus take the blows."(Peggy Noonan, What I Saw at the Revolution,1990), what made it a metaphor? How did you say so?7. How about the personification? What is a personification?8. In this sentence, “Time never waits for anyone,”what made it a form of personification? How did you say so?9. How about the hyperbole? What is a hyperbole?10. In these lines, “Give me a thousand kisses, then a hundred,then another thousand, then a second hundred. Then still anotherthousand, then a hundred,” ( Catullus) what made it a form ofhyperbole? How did you say so?11. How about the metonymy? What is a metonymy?12. In this sentence, “We must wait to hear from the crown untilwe make any further decisions,” what made it a form ofmetonymy? How did you say so?13. How about the synecdoche? What is a synecdoche?14. In this sentence, “"Give us this day our daily bread."(Matthew, The New Testament),” what made it a form ofsynecdoche? How did you say so?15. How about the apostrophe? What is an apostrophe?16. In this sentence, "Blue Moon, you saw me standing alone.Without a dream in my heart.Without a love of my own.(Lorenz Hart, "Blue Moon") what made it a form of apostrophe?How did you say so?17. How about the paradox? What is a paradox?18. In this sentence, "Some day you will be old enough to startreading fairy tales again."(C.S. Lewis to his godchild, LucyBarfield, to whom he dedicated The Lion, the Witch and theWardrobe) what made it a form of a paradox? How did you sayso?19. How about the oxymoron? What is an oxymoron?20. In this song title, “The Sounds of Silence,” what made it aform of an oxymoron? How did you say so?21. How about the irony? What is an irony?22. In this sentence, “The robbers were robbed.” what made it aform of an irony? How did you say so?23. How about the litotes? What is litotes?24. In this sentence,“It isn’t very serious. I have this tiny littletumor on the brain.” what made it a form of litotes? How did yousay so?23. How about the onomatopoeia? What is onomatopoeia
24. In this sentence, "Brrrrrrriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinng! An alarm clockclanged in the dark and silent room." (Richard Wright, Native Son,1940) what made it a form of onomatopoeia? How did you sayso?C. DEEPENActivity:Sentence Strip Game The class will be divided into six teams and will be given envelope and a flaglet. There are series of sentences using various figures of speech, and a series of cards with the names of the figures of speech, such as metaphor and simile in an envelope. Using a timer, have the students will match the sentence strips with the correct cards with the names of the figures of speech. The team that matches all of the sentences to the correct cards in the shortest time and will place their flaglet on the teacher’s table wins.What is the importance of using figures of speech? Why do weneed to use them?* We use figures of speech in "figurative language" to add colorand interest, and to awaken the imagination. Figurative languageis everywhere, from classical works like Shakespeare or the Bible,to everyday speech, pop music and television commercials. Itmakes the reader or listener use their imagination andunderstand much more than the plain words.*Authors use figure of speech to enhance their writing piece.They also use figure of speech to make their piece interesting anddescriptive.ASSIGNMENT:Create a 4-stanza poem using the different figures of speechfocusing on the Vocation celebration. Write in on a whole sheet ofpad paper. Mina, Lorna Cammille BSEd-4