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Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan on Idiomatic Expressions
A Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in English III Remedial Instruction: Reading I. Objectives At the end of the lesson the student is expected to: define what is idiomatic expression; give the correct meaning of the idiomatic expressions used in the selection; accomplish a theme diagram of the story; and; read closely to get specific and implicitly stated information II. Subject Matter Focus: Idiomatic Expression and Theme Diagramming Springboard: The Blanket, Avenues in English III, pp. 34-35 Materials: Handout, ppt presentation III. Procedure A. Pre-reading 1. Motivation The teacher will ask the student what is an extended family and does she have an extended family. 2. Vocabulary Development The teacher will discuss briefly what an idiomatic expression is. The teacher will ask the student to match the idiomatic expression with its correct meaning. A B 1. fuss over someone a. to run away or flee 2. get in the way b. to give effusive, insincere praise 3. take oneself off c. to consider a nuisance 4. go away in a huff d. to go away 5. run off e. to leave indignantly and angrily B. During reading The teacher will give a copy of the story, The Blanket, and then the student will read it silently afterwards. The teacher will explain about theme and the student will accomplish the theme diagram afterwards by answering the three questions.A Semi-Detailed Lesson PlanPrepared by Rona C. Catubig, BSEd 3-2February 8, 2013 Lesson#8
Theme Diagram Step 1: What is the subject or “big idea” of the selection? Step 2: What do the characters do or say that is related to the subject? Step 3: What do these details tell us about parent-child relationship? C. Post-reading For comprehension response the teacher will ask the following questions: 1. What is the family problem? 2. What made Dad decide to send Granddad away? 3. Did the old man really want to go away? Prove your answer. 4. How did the author establish the strong relationship between Petey and Granddad? 5. Pick out incident that characterize the woman. 6. What do you think happened to the wedding plan? Why 7. What is the significance of the blanket in the story? 8. Could the story happen in a Filipino setting? Why or why not? IV. Evaluation Directions: Below are set of idioms with their meanings. Fill in the blanks with the suitable idioms. jump through hoops- to do a lot of extra things so you can have or do something you want shooting my mouth- making reckless or exaggerated statements jumped out of his skin-reacted strongly to shock or surprise paid through the nose- paid excessively put her best foot forward-embark on a journey or task with purpose and gusto. jump the gun-begin something before preparations for it are complete a long face-a sad face scared the pants off-frightened someone very badly catch David’s/his eye-attract his attention/interest carrying a torch for him-secretly loving someone who does not love you over the moon-extremely pleased and happy nice as pie- surprisingly very kind and friendly I love you just the way you are David fell in love with Amy the first day he saw her. The thing he loved about her was that she was different from all the other girls. She didn’t talk about clothes and shopping all the time. She was always as 1.) ________________________________to him. But he was a bit shy and he didn’t want to 2. )__________________________ so he waited until they got to know eachA Semi-Detailed Lesson PlanPrepared by Rona C. Catubig, BSEd 3-2February 8, 2013 Lesson#8
other before asking her out. After several months, he said, “Amy would you like to go to the cinema with me on Saturday night?” He was 3.)_______________________________ when she said, “I’d love to”. On Saturday morning Amy got up early and went shopping. She wanted to 4.)_________________________ and impress David. She had also been 5.)_________________________ for a long time. All the other girls wore fancy clothes and make-up so she decided to do the same. She went to the trendiest shop in town and bought some tight pants and long boots. She 6.)______________________ for it but she didn’t mind. If she could 7.)__________________________ then it was all worth it. That evening she met David out the front of the cinema. When he saw her he nearly 8.)__________________________. “Amy, you nearly 9.)_______________________ me! What have you done? You look awful!” He exclaimed. Amy started to cry. “Oh, I’m sorry for 10.)____________________________ off. Don’t pull such 11.)______________________________ Amy. It’s just that you were so beautiful before. I love you just the way you are,” he explained. Amy realized her mistake. She didn’t need to 12.)__________________________ or be like all the other girls. This was true love. V. Assignment Write a letter to your parents or grandparents expressing your love and care for them using idiomatic expressions.A Semi-Detailed Lesson PlanPrepared by Rona C. Catubig, BSEd 3-2February 8, 2013 Lesson#8