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Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan on Elements of Poetry

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If by Rudyard Kipling

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Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan on Elements of Poetry

  1. 1. A Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in English III Remedial Instruction I. Objectives At the end of the lesson the student is expected to: give the antonyms of the given words determine the elements of poetry in the poem, and explain the meaning of the poem II. Subject Matter Focus: Elements of poetry Springboard: If by Rudyard Kipling Materials: handout III. Procedure A. Pre-reading Vocabulary Development 1. Give the antonyms of the following words: losing trust hated wise foes unforgiving Motivation 1. The teacher will ask the student to think of a song with the word “If.” If the student will able to think of a lyric the teacher will ask what it signals. If the student will not be able to give the teacher will be the one to give. Some lines of songs with “if” include the following: If I could reach you, I wish I could ... If a picture paints a thousand words ... If we both decide to try and make it one more time... 2. The teacher will explain the meaning of the word “if”. B. During-reading 1. The teacher reads the poem If by Rudyard Kipling orally. 2. The student will read it afterwards.A Semi-Detailed Lesson PlanPrepared by Rona C. CatubigJanuary, 2013 Lesson#4
  2. 2. C. Post-reading The teacher will ask the ff. questions for comprehension response: 1. Who is talking in the poem? 2. To whom is the poem addressed? 3. What pieces of advice are given? 4. What qualities of a man are mentioned in the poem? Cite lines to prove your answer. 5. Why are these qualities important in a man? The teacher will discuss the poem in connection with the basic elements of poetry. IV. Evaluation Comprehension practice 1. Check all the statements that are true, according to the poem. a.You should always be calm. b. You should neither lie nor hate. c. Always look your best and speak in a very wise manner. d. It’s all right to dream but act on reality. e. Realize that you will have both good and bad in your life. f. Even if someone hurts you badly, get up and start over. g. When you feel stressed, take some time off. h. Adopt the ways of people in higher social positions. i. If you follow these rules, you’ll be a success in life. 2. Check all the statements that are true by inference. j. If you lost all your money in a stock market crash, you would remain calm. k. If people hated you, you would hate them in return. l. If you faced triumph or if you faced disaster, you would deal with the situation. m. If you lost everything, you could never start over. n.If you lost your strength, you would regain it.A Semi-Detailed Lesson PlanPrepared by Rona C. CatubigJanuary, 2013 Lesson#4
  3. 3. o.If you associated with bad people, you would adopt their bad habits. p. If you could follow this advice, you would be a strong and excellent man. V. Assignment In your assignment notebook, list the things that you want to change to make you a better person.A Semi-Detailed Lesson PlanPrepared by Rona C. CatubigJanuary, 2013 Lesson#4

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