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West Visayas State University

College of Education
La Paz, Iloilo City

LESSON PLAN IN GRADE 10- ENGLISH


The Hunchback of Notre Dame

I.

LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the end of a 25- minute class discussion, the students should have:
A. shown appreciation of individual differences by giving their insights
from pictures
of different people;
B. created possible scenarios from a hypothetical question based on the
story
Hunchback of Notre Dame;
C. illustrated a scene from the story Hunchback of Notre Dame; and
D. composed a song that deals about individual differences by group.

II.

SUBJECT MATTER
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

III.

Topic: Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo


Reference: Grade 10 Learners Module, pp. 233-234
Value Focus: Appreciation, Cooperation
Grammar Focus: Adjectives
Language Focus: Speaking, Writing

MATERIALS
A. Initial Task (People or People)
people
B. Your Text (Web Diagram)
the
C. Discovery Task (Draw Me!)
bandana

D. Final Task (Compose a Song!)

IV.

PROCEDURES

; printed pictures of different


; power point presentation of
story the Hunchback of Notre
Dame, projector
; white board, pencil,
(colourful) with a roll of paper
containing scenes to be
illustrated
; power point presentation
containing the quidelines and
rubrics

A. INITIAL TASK
TEACHERS ACTIVITY
STUDENTS ACTIVITIES
Good morning class!
Good morning teacher!
West Visayas
State
Im teacher Stephen. Are you doing
Yes,
sir!University
College
of
Education
good today?
La Paz, Iloilo City
Before we start, lets first read silently
the objectives of our lesson for today.
(Teacher allots a minute to read.)

(Students read silently the objectives


presented in the slide.)

Are you done reading?

Yes, sir!

We will now have our first activity! Our


activity is entitled People or People. I
have here set of pictures of different
people and whats the catch?

What sir?

You will have to give your insights about


the pictures. Ready?

Yes, sir!

(Teacher shows the pictures.)


(Teacher calls a name.)

(Students
(Students
picture.)
(Students
(Students
picture.)
(Students
(Students
picture.)

(Teacher shows the pictures.)


(Teacher calls a name.)
(Teacher shows the pictures.)
(Teacher calls a name.)

raise their hands.)


give their insights about the
raise their hands.)
give their insights about the
raise their hands.)
give their insights about the

Wow! You have very beautiful insights!


You really value the difference of other
people especially who have different
physical features! I hope that what you
shared here in our class will be applied
on how you deal with other people
inside and outside this school.
B. YOUR TEXT
So the activity that we did is actually
related to the story that we will tackle
this morning.

(Students listen attentively.)

No, sir.
Are you familiar of Quasimodo?
Yes, we are sir.
If not, then listen carefully to his story
entitled The Hunchback of Notre
Dame and lets find out his struggles
and how hes different from the rest.
Are you all excited?

(Students listen.)

Before we proceed to the story, lets


take a peek at the life of the author of
this wonderful piece.
(Teacher presents the slide.)

(Students listen.)

His name is Victor Hugo.


(Students listen.)
Now, that we are familiar of the author,
we will now proceed to the story The
Hunchback of Notre Dame.
(Teacher presents the story through
power point presentation and give
copies of the story to the students.)

So what do you think of the story?

For me to know if you learn something


from the story, let me ask you some
questions.
(Teacher presents the slide.)

(Students raise their hands to answer


the question.)

West Visayas State University


College of Education
La Paz, Iloilo City

V.

MY TREASURE
As homework, students will make an ode about any of the
characters in the story The Hunchback of Notre Dame. They
will only choose only one character. They will write it on a one
whole piece of paper.

Prepared by:
Jessa Baylon
Stephen Bajande
Bachelor of Secondary Education- English (3A)