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Tongue Twisters 2


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Tongue Twisters 2

  1. 1. Dates:_________________ Objective Given PowerPoint presentation using LCD Projector at least 95% of the students should be able to: a. Generate words that has the same beginning word b. Compose a tongue twister c. Apply the text format Subject Matter Tongue Twister Reference TechnoPoet pp 67-69 Technokids Course Materials SY 2007-2008 Methodology Discussion/Demonstration Materials Computer, LCD Projector Preparation Prayer Greetings Attendance Review about Descriptive Poetry Motivation Ask them to read the tongue twisters on the board. SAS Education Objectives: 8. Develop analytical and logical thinking with acquired skills towards the achievement of academic excellence; they must think of words that can help them to create a tongue twister. Lesson Development 1. Define what is Tongue Twister? 2. Read them some examples of Tongue Twister? Correlation with other discipline English. In this subject, they can practice their communication skills while practicing their tongue twisters. Internalization of SAS VMGO/ Values Integration SAS Education Objective 6. Realize and appreciate God-given talents and potentials, taking full responsibility for its maximum development; by reading their poems they can express their selves Activity: Ask the students to try to say the sample tongue twister three times quickly, without making a mistake. Example: Betty Botter bought some butter. But, she said, "This butter's bitter. If I bake this bitter butter, It would make my batter bitter. But a bit of better butter That would make my batter bitter Evaluation
  2. 2. Create a 5 line tongue twister. By answering this questions Who (Your name) Did What (locations that start with the first letter of your name) Where (Place start with the first letter of your name) When (Time start with the first letter of your name) Why (Reasons that start with the first letter of your name)