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Lesson Plan in English Grand Demonstration Grade 7 Assignment given the day before 1.

Search for the meaning of the ff. words: a. Legible f. lead b. Sprawling g. root c. Puny h. row d. Fumbled i. desert e. Concealed j. conflict 2. Read the text Happiest boy in the world by N.V.M Gonzales on pages 27-29 of your English time. Ponder upon the following questions: 1. Who is the boy being referred to in the story? 2. Why is he considered the happiest boy in the world? 3. List down the five things that would make you the happiest person in the world. 4. Accomplish the following tasks assigned to your group. 1. Now showing (Group 1) Suppose that Joses life was made into a movie, and you are to let others know his story. Advertise the movie by creating a movie poster Task Instruction: 1. Brain storm about the following: Actors you would like to play their roles Title of the movie Date and place of the viewing or showing Director, producer Caption 2. Make a movie poster containing all the given elements 2. Acting time (Group 2) Task Instruction: Having a formal education is very important. Show how you are going to give importance in your education by means of a skit. 1. Assign who would be the characters in your skit. 2. Choose a scene from the story that you would to present. 3. Skit must last for 3 minutes.

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3. Compare and Contrast As what you observed in the story of Joses life, compare and contrast your present status in life from that of Joses. Task Instruction: 1. Make 2 columns in a cartolina. 2. In the first column write the similarities of Joses life to your present situation and illustrate it beside your statement. 3. In the second column write the differences of Joses life to your present situation and illustrate it beside your statement. 4. Serenade me: Nothing is more meaningful than messages expressed by means of music. Think of a song that is appropriate to the text Task Instruction: 1. Decide which song you would want to present. 2. Be creative in presenting your song. 3. Maximize your presentation for only 3 minutes.

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Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: Focus skill: a. Emphasize the importance of Education, hard work, dedication and perseverance through comprehensive discussion; Support Skill: b. Identify the definition of vocabulary words that are found in the story through vocabulary jigsaw puzzle c. relate the main characters action in a real life situation; and, d. infer motives, attitudes and values of the characters Subject Matter: Skill: Literature Topic: Happiest boy in the world by, NVM Gonzales References: English Time pages 27-29 Materials: image of Jose, thought bubbles, Venn diagram, image of a typical boy and girl, vocabulary puzzle, statement board Procedure: A. Classroom Routine *Prayer *Greetings *asking the student to clean the classroom *attendance

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B. Unlocking of difficulties: Strategy: vocabulary jigsaw puzzle The teacher will provide pieces of puzzle that have vocabulary words written on the back. Students have to match the pieces of puzzle that contains vocabulary word according to the definition on the board. A picture of a young boy will appear in the puzzle once the students completed the puzzle.

Fight

Conflict

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C. Motivation: Strategy: Thought bubbles Assuming that the picture are the students; the students will be asked to write in the thought bubbles the things that would make them happy.

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D. Presentation: 1. Describe Jose as a Boy. What are his characteristics?

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2. The teacher will ask the students to fill the box that contains 3 questions about the storys main character; such questions are What he wants in life as a typical farmer boy, what he has right now and what he should have. And the teacher will ask more comprehensive questions about the story through the students answer.

what he wants

what he have right now

what he should have

3. Ask the student to complete each of the following statements in connection with the selection they read. Statement board: 1. I learned that 2. So I plan to

3. I hope that

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E. Application Pre-Assigned task: 4 groups 1. Now showing Suppose that Joses life was made into a movie, and you are to let others know his story. Advertise the movie by creating a movie poster Task Instruction: 1. Brain storm about the following: Actors you would like to play their roles Title of the movie Date and place of the viewing or showing Director, producer Caption 2. Make a movie poster containing all the given elements 2. Acting time Having a formal education is very important. Show how you are going to give importance in your education by means of a skit. Task Instruction: 1. Assign who would be the characters in your skit. 2. Choose a scene from the story that you would to present. 3. Skit must last for 3 minutes. 3. Compare and Contrast As what you observed in the story of Joses life, compare and contrast your present status in life. Task Instruction: 1. Make 2 columns in a cartolina. 2. In the first column write the similarities of Joses life to your present situation and illustrate it beside your statement. 3. In the second column write the differences of Joses life to your present situation and illustrate it beside your statement.

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4. Serenade me: Nothing is more meaningful than messages expressed by means of music. Think of a song that is appropriate to the text Task Instruction: 1. Decide which song you would want to present. 2. Be creative in presenting your song. 3. Maximize your presentation for only 3 minutes.

Let students evaluate other group as well. They will be given 5 smiley picture and they will use it to rate the performance of the group that they are evaluating.

Group 1- Group 2 Group 2- Group 4 Group 3- Group 1 Group 4- Group 3


They will give 5 smileys if they love the performance of the group that they are evaluating, 4 smileys if they like it, 3 smileys if they think that the performance is good, 2 smileys if it need more practice and 1 smiley if they see that the group did their very best but lacks a certain criteria in the activity. Theyre going to post their rating on the board.

I love it

I like it

Good job!

Need more practice

Lack something

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F. Assignment: 1. Assuming that you are Jose. Write a short letter to your father Julio telling him your situation in Ka Ponsoss place. 2. Read Back to School by Gilbert and Catherine Young pages 30 and 31 of your English time and ponder upon the following questions: a. Who is Nicanor Aranas? b. What do you think is the reason why he did not give up his dream?

Prepared by: Hanah Abegail F. Navalta EFR2-4 BSED English Far Eastern University Cooperating Teacher: Mrs. Elizabeth Martinez

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