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Detailed Lesson Plan in English 2 (Verbs)

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Topic: Verb - The action word
Reference: English For You and Me: Reading Language 2 by: Benita N. Miranda
Materials: power point presentation, speaker, worksheets
Value Focus: Cooperation

Published in: Education
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Detailed Lesson Plan in English 2 (Verbs)

  1. 1. Page 1 Detailed Lesson Plan I. Lesson Objectives At the endof the 45-minute period,the Grade 2 pupilsshouldbe able to: 1. define andidentifywhatisverb; 2. understandthe use of verb;and 3. create an outcome that depictstheirknowldge aboutverbs(e.g.role play,jingle,or poster). II. SubjectMatter Topic:Verb - The action word Reference:EnglishForYouand Me: ReadingLanguage 2 by: BenitaN.Miranda Materials:powerpointpresentation,speaker,worksheets Value Focus:Cooperation III. Procedure Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity A. PreliminaryActivities “Good morning Class." “Let us pray.” (Checking of Attendance) – Say Present – “Pick up the pieces of paper under your chair” “Align your chairs” B. Reviewof Past Lesson “Before we move on to our next lesson, what did we discussed yesterday?” “Very Good” "Who can give me the definition of noun?" "Very Good" C. Motivation "I needthree groupswiththree members; we are going to have a simple game." (call 6 pupils) "I have here a set of words for each group. I need each member to arrange the words and form a sentence." "I will give each group 3 minutes to arrange the words and paste it on the board." "Do you have any question?" "Okay, let's start the game." “Good morning Teacher” (One student will lead the prayer) (Raise their hand and say present as the teacher call their name) (The students will pick up the pieces of papers) (The students will align their chairs) “Nouns” "Noun is a name of person, place, animal, thing or event." (raise their hands) (form two groups) (listen attentively) "None" (pick the words and arrange it to form three different sentences.)
  2. 2. Page 2 Sentences: 1. My dogjumpsoverthe fence. 2. Erick readsa book. 3. Hannah ispretty. D. Lesson Proper "Now that we have arranged the words, let us read it." "My dog jumps over the fence." "What is the noun in this sentence?" "Very good!" "Erick reads a book." "How about the noun in this sentence?" "Excellent!" "Hannah is pretty." "And the noun in the last sentence?" "Great!" "Again,nounisa name of a person, animal, thing, place, or event." "Now, take a look at our sentences." "Is our noun performing something or are they doing something?" Yes _______! (call a pupil) "VeryGood!The nounsinthe sentencesare doing something." "Do you have any idea what word do we use to describe an action or being?" Yes ______! (call a pupil) "Good job, verb is a word that shows action or being." "Again, what is a verb?" "Using the sentences,we are goingtoidentifythe verb." "My dog jumps over the fence" "What action did the dog perform?" Yes _________! (call a pupil) (listen attentively) (read after the teacher) "Dog" "Erick" "Hannah" (look attentively) (raise their hands) "Yes teacher." (raise their hands) "It is called verb." "It is a word that shows action or being." (read after the teacher) (raise their hands) "The dog jumps."
  3. 3. Page 3 "Okay, very good! The dog jumps." "What is the action word or verb in the sentence?" Yes _________! (call a pupil) "Erick reads a book." "How about the second sentence? What does Erick do?" Yes ______! (call a pupil) "Very good! Erick reads." "What is the action word or verb in the sentence?" Yes _________! (call a pupil) "Now, look at our last sentence. Is there a verb?" "Before we answer that, let us first read a story that will answer my question." "The title of our story is To root, to toot, to parachute: What is a verb? by Brian P. Cleary, illustrated by Jenya Prosmitsky." "Observe the words that are colorful and try to rememberthe verbsthatwill be usedinthe story. Write also the words that are not familiar to you and we will define them. Okay?" "Whetheryou scale a wall or a fish, make a design on a cup or dish, take out the garbage or sharpen your knife, verbs are part of our everyday life!" "What are the verbs mentioned?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "Great jod! Let us continue." "What are part of our everyday life?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "To root, to toot, to parachute, to play the flutophone or a flute, to dare, defend, descend, disturb, if it's an action, it's a verb!" "What are the verbs we have encountered?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "Okay, great job!" (raise their hands) "Jumps!" (raise their hands) "Erick reads." (raise their hands) "Reads" "None teacher." (listen attentively) "Yes teacher!" (raise their hands) "Scale, make, design, take and sharpen." (raise their hands) "Verb!" (raise their hands) "root,too, parachute,play,dare,defend, descend,
  4. 4. Page 4 "If it's an action, its a _____?" "Verbs are word like sing and dance, pray or practice, preachor prance, toss and tumble, jump and jam, whine and whisper, sleep and slam!" "What are some of the verbs we have read?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "Excellent!" "So take a present, send your thanks, pull a tooth or pull some pranks, blow a bubble, sew a sleeve, you'll use a verb for each of these!" "Who can name the verbs we have just read?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "A verbcan take a formof be,like you are tall and I am free.Thatis fun,it's beengreat, were youthe one who was so late?" "Look at the verbsmentioned here, can someone tell me what you have observed?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "Please take note of the verbs mentioned in this part because we will use this on our third sentence." "So whether it is dangerous, dull or superb, each sentence, you see, simply must have a verb!" "So what verb so you know?" *the words that the pupils had written will be define with the help of the gifted student. *the student with learning disabilties and autism will be given a copy of the story for them to review at home. "Before we answer that question lets go back to my question before the story." "In the sentence, Hannah is pretty, Is there a verb?" "Very good, what is the verb in the sentence?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "Nowthat you know what is a verb. Who can give me an example of an action word?" disturb." "Verb!" (raise their hands) "Sing, dance, pray, practice, preach, prance, toss, tumble, jump, jam, whine, whisper, sleep, slam." (raise their hands) "Take, send, pull, blow and sew." (raise their hands) "Is was mentioned." "Yes!" (raise their hands)
  5. 5. Page 5 Yes ________! (call a pupil) "Very good. Another one?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "Excellent!Ithinkyou are familiar will verbs. Lets proceed on an activity." E. GENERALIZATION "I have here five sentences,I want you to identify firstthe nounand thentell me which is the verb." Sentences: Ken wants a house. It was a tiny plant. The car moves so fast. Karen plays guitar. Piano creates music. (Read the sentence and ask a student to identify the noun and verb.) "Again, who can tell me what is a verb?" Yes ________! (call a pupil) "Now,that we know the verb let us have another activity." F. APPLICATION "I will groupyouintothree andeach group will be doing different activity." (divides the class into three) "Each group will create a presentation that shows your understanding of our lesson. First group will do a simple act or drama, second group will do a posterand explaintheir work, and lastly the third groupwill create a jinggle or cheer. I'm giving you ten minutes to finish the activity. Start now. "Is" (raise their hands) "speaking!" (raise their hands) "Sleep!" (pupils will answer the sentences one by one) (raise their hands) "Verb is a word that shows an action or being." (creates three groups) (pupils will procede on the activity) IV. Evaluation Name:______________________________________________ Date: _______________ Direction:Readthe sentencesbelow andencirclethe nounandunderlinethe verb. 1. The windblewacrossthe yard. 2. Mark drewa picture onthe board. 3. Mrs. Clark wrote a letter.
  6. 6. Page 6 4. Our car stoppedatthe parkinglot. 5. Do youeat ice cream? MODIFICATIONS: StudentwithLearningDisability - the studentwill be allowedtodothe evaluationaslongas he is focusedonthe work.If notfinishedduringthe period,itwill be givenasanassignment. StudentwithAutism - Afterthe worksheethasbeebassigned,the teacherwill give the childspecific directionstofollow.She will provide anexample forthe childtofollow. Giftedstudent- Insteadof completingthe worksheetasanevaluation,the childwill be assignedtowrite 5 sentencescontainingbothnounandverb. V. Agreement Thinkof an actionwordsthat youdo everydayand use these toformat least3 sentences. Write it onyour notebook.

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