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Lesson Plan in Afro-Asian Literature Gr 8 Summer 2014

Date April 07, 2014

Steps Orientation Grading System Topic Outline

Time Frame

Objectives

Learning Activities

Materials

April 08, 2014

Routine

5 minutes

1. 2. 3. 4. Read and discuss the poem; Identify the unfamiliar vocabulary words

Prayer Greetings Checking of Classroom Cleanliness Checking of Attendance

Motivation

15 minutes

Pre-Reading: Copy of the 1. Skim through the poem and identify unfamiliar poem words. Dictionary 2. Look up and write down the definitions of unfamiliar words. 3. Discussion: Guess about who Rudyard Kipling wrote the poem for. During Reading: 1. Tell the students to clap when they hear a conditional spoken in a verse. 2. Ask the students to summarize the verses by explaining them or putting them into their own words. 3. Discussion: Whats the authors purpose? After Reading: 1. Discussion Who is the speaker in the poem?

For who did the author wrote the poem for? What is the poem about? 2. Re-read verses of the poem that they connect to and explain how they relate to that verse. 20 minutes Write 10 conditional statements Place students in small cooperative learning groups. Tell them to write 10 conditional statements that their parents and teachers might say. Groups will share their responses. If two groups have the same answer, it will become void. 20 minutes Write a poem for a younger sibling who has not started school Writing Activity (Draft): 1. Name the poem When or If. 2. Use conditionals within the verses to inform a young child about how to handle the trials of school from an older childs perspective. 1. Prayer 2. Greetings 3. Checking of Classroom Cleanliness 4. Checking of Attendance

April 10, 2014

Routine

5 minutes

Motivation

10 minutes

Listen to a song and identify the conditionals Know the different types of conditional sentences; differentiate the main and subordinate clause Conditional sentences are used to talk about things that can only happen under certain conditions. They are made up of two clauses: 1 main clause and 1 subordinate clause. The subordinate/dependent clause is introduced by if and states the condition. The main clause gives the result of the conclusion. If the main clause begins the sentence, there is no comma.

Lesson Proper

15 minutes

Three types: I. Future conditional sentence If Cedric starts early, he may be able to finish the activity. II. Present conditional sentence If I were you, I would sleep early. III. Past conditional sentence If they had informed her, Jovy would have explained the situation. Activity/Drill 10 minutes Identify the type of conditional sentence used; check the activity honestly. Identify the type of conditional sentence used. Write I for the Future Conditional Sentences; II for Present Conditional Sentences; and III for Past Conditional Sentence. Underline the condition given in each sentence. 1. If I were you, I would sleep early tonight. 2. If he had accepted another project, Don should have planned earlier. 3. If mother comes home early, she shall cook for your visitors. 4. If you did that, you would be in trouble. 5. If she had been nice, I would have invited her. Group activity 15 minutes Role play Students are divided into small groups. Present a 1-2 minute role-play about the assigned situation/topic and the possible solution. Students should be able to use conditional sentences. Possible situations: Your parents passed away and you were asked to live with a relative. What would you do? Your house was razed by a fire. Now you have to stay in a cramped place. How would you adjust to the situation? Your father lost his job. You are asked to stop going to school. How would you adjust to the situation? Small box Strips of paper Manila Paper and marker

You underwent auditions and quickly qualified for a role. Eventually, you were not able to attend classes. What would you do?

Assignment April 11, 2014 Routine

5 minutes 5 minutes

Bring coloring materials and the draft of your poem. 1. 2. 3. 4. Recall the different types of conditional sentences and its characteristics Prayer Greetings Checking of Classroom Cleanliness Checking of Attendance

Recall

5 minutes

Ask them: 1. What are conditional sentences? 2. Conditional sentences are made up of two clauses, what are these? 3. How can we form future conditional sentences? Present conditional sentences? Past conditional sentences? Finish writing a poem for your younger sibling/niece/nephew. 1. Name the poem When or If. 2. Use conditionals within the verses to inform a young child about how to handle the trials of school from an older childs perspective. 3. Draw or make a background in connection with the theme of the poem. 4. To be passed on the same day.

Writing

45 minutes

Write a poem for a younger sibling/niece/nephew who has not started school

Assignment April 12, 2014 Review Quiz 10 minutes 30 minutes Answer the test honestly.

Be ready for a quiz tomorrow. Students are given time to review the quiz. Students take the test honestly. 1. Distribution of test folders 2. Presentation of reminders or things to be done while taking the test

3. Distribution of test papers 4. Explanation of direction of each item Game 20 minutes Apply what they have learned Conditionals can go on forever: through a game 1. Form a circle 2. If the Teacher/Student says, If I were rich... The next person must finish the sentence with correct grammatical structure. For example, I would buy a new car. 3. The next student must use previous students sentence to create the first half of a new sentence. If I bought a new car....