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A Detailed Lesson Plan in English Grade VI

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Objectives At the end of the lesson, the learners are expected to: a. Identify the voice of the verb in a given sentence. b. Give value the importance of a Carabao as mans best friend. c. Rewrite sentences from active to passive voice of the verbs and vice versa. Subject Matter : The Foolish Farmer and His Carabao Lesson: Active and Passive voice of verbs Reference: Dynamic Series in English VI pp.116-122 Materials Used: Pictures, cartolina Values Infused: Respect and love animals Procedure Pupils Activity

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Teachers Activity A. Prayer B. Checking of attendance C. Review Yesterday, we have discussed the three principal parts of the verb.

Who can give me the three principal parts of the verbs? The three principal parts of the verb are the present, the past and the past participle. How are the past tense and the past participle of the regular verbs formed? Can you give me examples of the past and the past participle forms of the regular verbs? How about the past and the past participle form of irregular verbs? They are formed by adding d or ed to the present form.

Bake past- baked past participle- baked

They are formed by adding d or ed to the present tense, they are formed in various ways. For example: Present past past participle Am was been Begin began begun

D. Pre-reading Activities

1. Unlocking of Difficulties Class I have here sentences with underlined words. These words could be formed in the story that we will be reading. I want you to select the right antonym of the following words from the box below and write them on the blank provided. ___1. Real friends are precious gifts from the Lord. ___2. Moises continued to pester Marie about her behavior. ___3. She was so ecstatic when she heard the news about Tito Eds safe arrival from Kuwait. ___4. The cruel masters let pet dog Fido to starve to death. ___5. Mang Jose continued on toiling in the fields.

Idleness worthless please Feed depressed

2. Motivation I have here a picture. What do you think the man is doing? What do you is hes work? Very Good! Who helps him plow the field? So now class, we are going to read a story entitled, The Foolish Farmer and His Carabao, but before that I want you to raise questions on what do you want to

He is plowing the field.

He is a farmer.

The carabao helped him plow the field.

find out from the story. 3. Raising of Motive Questions 4. Comprehension Questions 1. Who lived in the town of San Diego? What did he have in this possession? 2. What did Tatang Juan do every day? 3. How did Tatang Juan Carry out his plan of not feeding Makisig? 4. Why did Makisig grew weak? What was Tatang Juans reaction? 5. Explain why Makisig died? 6. Prove that until the end the foolish farmer did not know why his carabao died. 7. As a student, how do you intend to keep your body and mind alive for the whole day at school? E. During Reading Activities F. Post Reading Activities 1. Answering the motive questions. 2. Answering the comprehensive questions

1. Who lived in the town of San Diego? What did he have in this possession? 2. What did Tatang Juan do every day?

Tatang Juan lived in the town of San Diego.He owned a large farm and a carabao. Tatang Juan feed Makisig 4 bundles of grass and 4 buckets of water to drink.

3. How did Tatang Juan Carry out his plan of not feeding Makisig?

Instead of two bundles of grass and buckets of water, he only gave him one. He taught

Makisig to fast. 4. Why Makisig did grow weak? What was Tatang Juans reaction? 5. Explain why Makisig died? Makisig died because he is starved to death by his master , Tatang Juan. 6. Prove that until the end the foolish farmer did not know why his carabao died. Varied answer. Varied answer. 7. As a student, how do you intend to keep your body and mind alive for the whole We should eat the right amount of food at day at school? the right time. Skills Development Class I have here your answers from the comprehension questions. Tatang Juan owned a large farm and a carabao. Tatang Juan fed bundles of grains and four buckets of Makisig four water. A large farm and a carabao was owned by Tatang Juan. Makisig was fed four bundles of grains and four buckets of Makisig four water by Tatang Juan. Makisig was starved to death by Tatang Juan. For the first and second column, the word owned because was owned and there is the word by. Makisig became weak because of hunger and thirst. Juan was ecstatic.

Tatang Juan starved to death Makisig.

For the first and`second column, what changes have you noticed in the construction of the sentences. Very good! How about the second sentence? The third sentence? Very good! What part of speech is the word owned as is it being used in the sentence?

It is a Verb! Very Good!

Who is the doer of the action in the`sentence? It is Tatang Juan. Very Good! Tatang Juan is the doer and it is the subject in the sentence. Now, what is the subject in the second column? ( the teacher showed the chart) Page 119 table

The subject in the second column is a large farm and a carabao. It is the receiver of the action.

Example: Tommy aimed the dart. We spinned the bottle. These are in the active form of the verb. With these given sentences, how will you transform these to passive voice? I have here two another sentences in the passive voice. 1. Henry was summoned by the priest. 2. Those street children were picked up by the cops. Who wants to transform this to active voice? Okay, Very well!

It is the receiver of the action.

Skill Enrichment Here are more sentences. Underline the verb in each sentence and write whether it is in the active of the passive voice.

The priest summoned Henry. The cop picked those street children.

Group 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The work is done by us. Francis hurt his elbow. We rushed to the dingy cellar. Carmen was taken to the hospital. Letty was told about the decision.

Group 2 1. The difficult word is often misspelled by lucy. 2. Christianity was brought by the Spaniards in the Philippines. 3. We played a game of chess. 4. His company was unduly closed. 5. The work is done well by us.

Evaluation: I. Change the verbs of the following sentences from active to passive voice. 1. The scouts built a bonfire near a creek. 2. Donna lifted a heavy box. 3. Christ performed many miracles. 4. Mother called all the naughty children. 5. Michael raked the leaves. Change the passive voice of the verbs in the sentences below to active voice. 1. Her mind was ennobled by positive values. 2. The story was written by Charles Dickens. 3. The room was painted by Felix. 4. The gold bracelet was lost by a little girl. 5. Early books were prepared by the monks.

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Assignment: 1. In your assignment notebook, construct five sentences in the active voice of verb and then change it into the passive voice. 2. Read the story on your book, Mangosparos and the Monkeys on Dynamic Series in English VI, on page 127 and answer the following questions. a. What did Mangosparos grow in his yard? b. What did Mangosparos ask the monkey to do? c. How did Mangosparos initially deal with the monkeys?