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A Detailed Lesson Plan in English 1 Prepared By: Mirasol R. Soriano I. Objectives At the end of the discussion, the students are expected to: 1. Read and Understand the story entitled “My parents were not there for me” by Mark in Parents – children Relationship stories. 2. Identified and described the different types about the Family. 3. Create your own quotation based on how you understand the selection. II. Subject Matter Parents – Child Relationship Skills: Describing and identifying the types of Parents and child relationship. Topic: My parents were not there for me by Mark. References: http://www.answers.com/topic/parent-child-relationships http://www.cbn.com/spirituallife/cbnteachingsheets/Parent_Child_Relations.aspx http://www.relationship-problems-tips.com/parents-children-relationships.html Instructional Material: PowerPoint and Video Presentation. III. Procedure A. Daily Routine 1. Prayer 2. Greetings 3. Checking of Attendance 4. Inspecting the classroom and physical condition Teacher’s Activity | Student’s Activity | B. MotivationOkay, before we start with our new lesson, I would like to group you into two groups and we will have this mini debate.I will give you 10 minutes to discuss about our topic.Ok Class, Are you done?Ok we will start.Any Volunteer?Very well said, now let us hear from the next group. C. Presentation of the LessonAs I can see every one of you has your own perspective when it comes to love.Now let as move to our real topic which was i assume you to read the story of Mark in the internet base on the reference that I gave yesterday?Great! That would help us to have a good discussion for today.Before that, I will give you the objectives of the lesson. Who want to read?Thank you! Now, I know that all of you had already read and understand a story; i will show you a short video presentation about the story of Mark entitles my parents will not there for me. D.... [continues]yhnmjhk Nuhhjfv Sample Lesson Exemplar in English VI by Luningning R. Racasa, MT-I, VPES Using Special Nouns I. Objectives: 1. Use nouns that are plural in form but singular in meaning. 2. Write correctly words/nouns that are plural in form but singular in meaning. 3. Admire other people who have special talents and share ideas on how to be like them. II. 1. Subject Matter: Using Special Nouns 2. References: BEC S. 5.1 p.23 Growing in English VI, LTX pp.87-92 English for All Times, LTX pp. 110-114 Workbook in Language and Reading, pages 39-40 3. Materials: charts, a picture of a pupil, word cards, flags of USA, the Netherlands, Bahamas 4. Integration: HKS- flags and names of some countries Values- admiring other people with special talent/skills and sharing how to be like them. III. Procedure: A. 1. Checking of Assignment 2. Drill Pronounce the following nouns. Be careful of the sts consonant cluster at the end of each word. nests pests priests lists beasts wrists coasts mists contests fists guests ghosts roasts boast twists Read the following sentences: 1. My brother suggests that father knows best. 2. We saw the birds in their nests. 3. The hunter molests the beasts in the forests. 4. He wins contests with his fists. 5. Mists rise like ghosts along the coasts. What is common among the above words? What is the sound of the sts consonant cluster at the...[continues] Detailed Lesson Plan in English 1 I. OBJECTIVES: At the end of the class, 95% of the students should be able to: 1. Define what is topic, main idea, and supporting detail; 2. Recognize topics, main ideas, and supporting details in reading passages; 3. Identify the common location of main idea statements; 4. Improve their skills in reading comprehension. II. SUBJECT MATTER A. Topic: Identifying Topics, Main Ideas, and Supporting Details B. Reference: Study and Thinking Skills Towards English Proficiency (pp. 106-109) C. Materials: Visual Aids, Power Point Presentation D. Concepts Topic – it is the broad, general theme or message. It is the subject of the paragraph. Main idea – is the “key concept” being expressed. Supporting Details – major and minor details, support the main idea by telling how, what, where, what, when, why, how much, or how many. E. Values/Skills Applications of the concepts help the student develop and enhance their reading comprehension skills. III. PROCEDURE TEACHER’S ACTIVITY | STUDENT’S ACTIVITY | A.ROUTINARY ACTIVITY . Prayer - “May I call on _______ to lead us for the opening prayer.” 2.Greetings - “Good morning class.” - “ok. Thank you class.” 3.Checking of Attendance - “Let me check your attendance first. May I know who are absents today?” - “very goodB. MOTIVATIONConversation ActivityThe teacher will ask two representatives of the class to act as a couple, then the couple will have a conversation about how much they love each other and why love is important for them.The teacher will provide the script for the conversation and the couple with read it in front of the class.This activity will enhance student’s communication and have idea about the lesson that will be discussed later on. | “Our Father, who art in heaven, Holy be Your name, your kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day, our daily bread and forgive us our sins as we.. Guideliunes on the preparation of daily lesson plan Beginning School Year 2012-2013, teachers of all public elementary and secondary schools will have more time for the preparatio of necessary support instructional materials and student centereed activities as the DepEd adopts flexibility in the preparation of daily lessons. Teachers guide have been prepared for teachers of Grade 1 and 7 in the K12 curriculum and the same will be done for succeeding grades. Likewiss, there are available teachers manual, texbooks and supplementary materials for use by teachers in the different year levels. T enable the teachers to do other meaningful teaching related task which incude but not limited to preparing instructional aids, assessing leaners portfolios and conducting learning interventions, the following Guidelines on the Preparatio of daily lessons are isssued: a. Teachers who have been in the service for more than 2 years, private school experience included shall not be required to prepare detailed lessons plans. They may adopt daily lesson logs which cotains the ff entries: 1. Lessons as cited in the TG/Tm reference materials with the page number 2. Learners Materia - used such as acitivty sheets, modules, other materials with the page number ferefence. 3. Remarks indicating number of learns within master level number of learners needing enrichment/refinemnt lessons and 4. Other activities: include the interventions given to the pupils. Teachers with less than 2 years teaching experience shall be required to prepare Daily lessons plans which shall include the ff: Objectives Subject Matter Procedure Assessment and Assignment Teachers may debate from the TG/TMs whenever necessary to suit the learners ability provided the learning standards and competencies are met. DLP/DLL shall be written in the language of the TG/TM. Grade 1 teachers need not translate them to the mother toughe. A sample DLLs Form is provided in the enclosure