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Learning Objective A. Predict the outcome of stories heard. B. Sequence the events in the story listened to.


Subject Matter A. Topic:

Predicting the Outcome of Stories Heard Sequencing Events in a Story Listened To B. References: PELC I 9 Story: The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle C. Materials: Pictures, charts D. Value Focus: Love and Concern for the Creatures God Made III. Procedure A. Preparatory Activities 1. Prayer God, Thank you for this day 2. Greetings Good morning! 3. Cleanliness Before we start, kindly pick up the trashes under your chair and put it inside your bag. 4. Checking of Attendance 5. Review Directions: Listen to the words, phrases and sentence. Tell if it tells a character, a setting, or an event. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Crocky, the crocodile In the river One cold night Maria Makiling never showed herself to the people The president visited the typhoon victims

6. Motivation Let the pupils listen to the song The Butterfly Song Ask: What is the song all about? What are the stages in the development of a butterfly? 7. Unlocking of Difficulties 1. nibble- to take a bite gently (through gestures) Example: The teacher will gently bite a fruit to make a hole. Ask: How did I bite the fruit?

2. cocoon is a silky case of an insect that serves as protection Show a picture of a cocoon. Let the pupils tell something about it.


Developmental Activities 1. Presentation a. Make a semantic web of what the pupils know about caterpillars. worm larva




butterfly b. Introduce the title and the author of the story. Ask the motive question c. What will happen to the caterpillar in the story? d. Set standards for listening e. Reading of the story to the pupils. The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle


In the light of the moon, a little egg lay on a leaf. One Sunday morning, the sun came up and pop-out of the egg came a tiny and very hungry caterpillar. He started to look for food. On Monday, he ate through one apple. But he was still hungry. On Tuesday, he ate through two pears, but he was still hungry. On Wednesday, he ate through three plums, but he was still hungry. On Thursday, he ate through four strawberries but he was still hungry. On Friday, he ate through five oranges, but he was still hungry. On Saturday, he ate through one piece of chocolate cake, one ice cream cone, one pickle, one slice of Swiss cheese, one slice of salami, one lollipop, one piece of cherry pie, one sausage, one cupcake and one slice of watermelon. That night he had a stomachache!

The next day was Sunday once again. The caterpillar ate through one nice green leaf. And after that, he felt much better. Now he wasnt hungry anymore and he wasnt a little caterpillar. He built a small house, called a cocoon, around himself. He stayed there inside for more than two weeks. Then he, nibbled a hole in the cocoon, pushed his way out, and he was a beautiful butterfly. f. Answer the motive question. g. Ask these comprehension questions. a. What was laid on the leaf? b. When did the caterpillar come out? c. What did he do after coming out? d. Why do you think he started looking for food? e. What did he eat on Monday? on Wednesday? on Friday? on Saturday? f. Do you think he was satisfied after eating all kinds of food? g. What happened to him that Saturday night? h. After eating a leaf, how did he feel? i. What happened to him after two weeks in the cocoon? j. Is it right to eat too much? Why/Why not? C. Post Activity 1. Application a. Tell pupils to silently recall the events that happened in the story. b. Call on a pupil to start retelling the first event that happened. c. Let the other pupils continue retelling the story until it is completed. 2. Enrichment Activity a. Divide the class into four groups with five members each. They will which activity they will going to do. Activity A or Activity B. For the First Two Groups b. Let them arrange the jumbled pictures showing the events that a story happened in the story. c. Let the group give a sentence for the event, pupil B for the second event, and so on. Each member will be assigned with a picture.

3. Values Integration Ask: 1. Who made butterflies and other insects? (God) 2. How will you show love and concern for them? (By protecting their lives) 3. How will you protect them? (By not playing with them or killing them) IV. Evaluation Listen to the fable The Thirsty Crow as your teacher reads it. Sequence the events in their correct order by writing numbers 1-5 on the blanks. The Thirsty Crow By Aesop There was once a thirsty crow. He wanted to drink water from a pitcher left on the table on the porch. However, the mouth of the pitcher was too small for the crow to get in; besides, the bird did not want to get wet. The bottom of the pitcher was deep and the water was shallow. The crow could not reach the water though he extended his head and beak inside the pitcher while perched upon the pitchers mouth. He raised his head up and looked around, when something caught his eye and gave him an idea. He flew down to the ground and began picking up pebbles. He dropped them one at a time into the pitcher. Slowly, the water inside the pitcher rose. Afterwards, the crow drank one sip at a time until satisfied.

Arrange the events below in the sequence they happened in the story. Write the number 1 5. _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ V. Assignment List down the things you do before going to school. Sequence them correctly as they happened. Use appropriate sequence marker such as first, then afterwards and finally. An idea came to him after he realized he couldnt drink from the pitcher. The crow couldnt drink because the mouth of the pitcher was too small for him to get in. He flew down on the ground, picked up pebbles, and dropped them one at a time into the pitcher. The water rose and the crow drank until he was satisfied. A thirsty crow wanted to drink from a pitcher

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Lesson Plan in English IV

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