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  • 1. Lesson Plan in Literature for Grade 7 StudentsI. ObjectivesStudents must be able to do the following at the end of the activities with at least 75% proficiency.Define poetry.Enumerate the kinds of poetry.Deduce the meaning of a word from context.Interpret a poem.Explain observation regarding young love in written form.II. Subject Matter“Ambahan” Hanunuo-Mangyan PoemReference: Copy of the pre-assigned text, pictures and questionnaires.III. ProcedureA. Motivation: Show the class a picture of a man and woman. Ask the class how they feel about courtship.Questions: 1. At what age should a person have a boyfriend/girlfriend? 2. As a Filipino gentleman, how will you court the woman in the picture? 3. As a conservative Filipina, what will you say if the man in the picture courts you?B. Presentation:Checking Prior Knowledge:1. I asked you about courtship because we will tackle a poem entitled “Ambahan” which is one of the lyricpoems used by the Mangyans to court a woman they like. But before we start, how many of you know what apoem is?2. Very good! All of your answers are correct. So a poem is highly expressive, written in verse, and arrangedwith rhyme or meter. There are many kinds of poetry. What kinds of poetry do you know?3. Yes all your answers are correct. We have the narrative, epic, dramatic, elegy and lyric poetry.So according to our book, the Ambahan is grouped under lyric poetry. Lyric, do you know or understand thisword?4. Very well said! This Lyric poetry is meant to be sung. So the poem Ambahan is a Mangyan poem that mensing to court the woman they like. They sing until the woman let’s them come into her house.1
2. Reading of Poem1. Class reads the poem.2. Teacher explains new words in the poem using context clues such as antonyms or synonyms. 1. Beyond - It denotes a point that is past a certain point. Behind those trees youll find his house. 2. Grasp – A firm grip. I need to grab and hold on tight to the bars so I won’t fall. Release him from your embrace. 3. Seize – to take hold or possessThe bank will soon possess this house.Take hold of the criminal.Activity 2: Discussion“Ambahan” Hanunuo-Mangyan PoemLook! The moon so full and bright, shining in front of the house! How can you explain to me,that the rays are soft and cool?If a man like us he were, I would hold him by the hand!Seize the hair to keep him back! Grasp the clothes to make him stay!But how could I manage that!It is the moon in the sky! The full moon shining so bright,going down beyond the hills,disappearing from the plain,out of sight behind the rocks.1. (after reading the first stanza) Do you still look up to the sky at night to see the moon?2. Differentiate the rays of the sun and moon.3. Very well said. Now in this stanza what is being described?2 3. 4. Great. That’s right. So let’s go to the next stanza. (after reading) So in this stanza, who is being compared tothe moon?5. Yes, that’s correct. Do you know what figure of speech was used in this stanza? What human traits weregiven to the moon?6. This last stanza is talking about what? Does it talk about the location of the moon? Can you read the partwhere it says the location of the moon? Is the moon going anywhere else?Evaluation:On a piece of paper, answer the following questions: 1. Why do you think the Mangyans prefer to court the woman they love at night? 2. What is the reason why the speaker of the poem wants the moon to stay? 3. As a reserved and conservative Filipino, explain your observation regarding young love.Assignment: Write a poem about love.3