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Detailed Lesson Plan

For Grade 10
English

I. OBJECTIVE
After an hour of discussion, the students are expected to:
a) define adjectives and state the proper order of adjectives,
b) arrange the given set of adjectives to its proper order, and
c) rewrite a paragraph by observing the order of adjectives.

II. SUBJECT MATTER

Topic: Order of Adjectives


Reference: Celebrating Diversity through World Literature
Materials: Laptop, LCD Projector, Cartolina Cut-outs

III. PROCEDURE
Teachers Activity Students Activity
Routinary Activities
A. Prayer
B. Checking of Attendance
C. Review
D. Motivation
(Pyramid test-Personality Test)
E. Lesson Proper

a) Activity
a. Let us have a Group activity. u.
Lets divide this class into four v. Each group will receive a set of
groups. words that they have to arrange. The
b. first group to finish arranging the words
c. will immediately paste their work on the
d. board.
e. w.
f. x. Group 1 The red, large, Canadian,
g. plane.
h. y. Group 2 The large, red, Canadian,
i. plane.
j. z. Group 3 The large, Canadian, red,
k. plane.
l. aa. Group 4 The large, red,
m. Canadian, plane.
n. ab.
o. ac.
p. Very Good! Group 1 read your ad.
work. Lets hear from Group 2. ae. 3,4,1,2 Mam
How about group 3? And for af.
Group 4? Which group do you ag.
think got the correct answer? ah.
q. ai.
r. Before declaring the winner, lets aj.
first find out the Proper order of ak.
adjectives. al.
s. am.
t. When it comes to using
adjectives, we just cant directly
place any adjectives that we want
anywhere in a sentence because
adjectives follows a specific
order.
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.

g.

h.

i.

j.

k.
l.

m.

n.

o.

b) Analysis
an. This is how Adjectives are to be cf.
ordered.
ao. cg.
ap. Proper Order of Adjectives ch.
aq. 1.Number - (How many) ci.
ar. ex. Determiners (a, an , the), One, cj.
three, and other numbers. ck.
as. cl.
at. 2.Opinion-(how good?)
cm.
au. ex. wonderful, nice, great, terrible,
cn.
yummy
av. co.
aw. 3.Size- (how big?) cp.
ax. ex. small, large, long, tall, short cq.
ay. cr.
az. 4.Age - Old,new cs.
ba. ct.
bb. 5.Shape - Heart, Circular, Square
cu.
bc.
bd. 6.Color -green, red, brown cv.
be. cw.
bf. 7.Origin- where from?) China, cx.
Philippines, England. cy.
bg. cz.
bh. 8.Material-(made of?) ex. paper, da.
wood, plastic... db.
bi. dc.
bj. 9.Purpose- (where for?)face towel,
dd.
bk. bread knife
bl. 10.Noun- Person, place , or thing de.
bm. df.
bn. To remember the 10 of them we dg.
have the acronym dh.
NOSASCOMPN. di.
bo. dj.
bp. Lets try it now in a complete dk.
sentence. Lets arrange these dl.
words according to the proper dm.
order of adjectives. dn.
bq.
do.
br. American
dp.
Delicious
bs. large Fries dq.
bt. dr.
bu. Which among this word should ds. Delicious Mam.
come first? dt. large mam
bv. Very Good! Now how about the du. Size comes second
next word? mam in the placement of
bw. Yes, that is because? adjectives.
bx. dv. American fries which is
by. For the third and fourth we have?
the origin then followed by a noun
bz. Very Good! In arranging
mam.
adjectives, we can remember the
dw.
acronym
ca. - NOSASCOMPN dx.
cb. dy.
cc. Lets now go back to your activity dz.
just a while ago, so now whose ea.
group do you think got the correct eb.
answer? ec. It is The large, red,
cd. It is group no.? The correct answer Canadian Plane mam.
should be?
ce.
ed. Very Good! em.
ee. As in the Pattern NOSASCOMPN. en.
q.

r.

s.

t.

u.

v.

c) Application/Evaluation

w. Choose which letter shows the correct order of Adjectives. (NOSASCOMPN)

et. fa.
eu. 1.
fb.
a) A heart-wrenching, long, Korean film. fc.
b) A long, heart-wrenching, Korean film. 1. a. A heart-wrenching,
c) A heart-wrenching, Korean, long film.
long, Korean film
d) A Korean, long, heart-wrenching film.
e) fd.
ev. 2.
fe.
ff.
a) The Lady has thick, black, long hair. fg.
b) The lady has black, thick, long, hair. 2. The lady has thick, long,
c) The lady has long, thick, black, hair black, hair.
d) The lady has thick, long, black, hair. fh.
ew. fi.
ex. Direction: Rewrite the paragraph fj.
below and supply the missing fk.
adjectives. Use at least 3 adjectives fl.
to complete the thought.*Observe fm.
Proper Order of Adjectives* fn.
ey.
fo.
ez. Once upon a time, there was once
fp.
a ___________ Prince who met a
fq. Once upon a time, there
_________fox .The _________
was once an imaginative little
fox taught the Prince about
young Prince who met a friendly
friendship. They became friends
small orange fox .The friendly
and did not ever forget each other.
small orange fox taught the
Prince about friendship. They
became friends and did not ever
forget each other.
fr.
fs.
x.

y.
z.
aa.

ab.
ac.

ad.

ae.

af.

ag.

ah.

ai.

aj.

ak.

al.

am.

an.

d) Abstraction
ao. Our knowledge in the proper order of adjectives is of help in accurately
communicating our ideas to others. The knowledge we have will pave our way out of
confusion in terms of which adjectives should come first and so on.
ap.
aq.
F. ASSIGNMENT/AGREEMENT
ar. Roam around the School and look for 3 Objects/Person to describe.
Describe that person/thing observing the proper order of adjectives.
as.
at.
au.

av. Prepared by: MA.JACKQUELINE L. BUENAFLOR Checked by: NANETTE


B. BONOSTRO
Student Practice Teacher CRITIC TEACHER

aw.

ax. Noted: RUEL U. WINES D


MASTER TEACHER I/COORDINATOR

ay.

az. Approved: ANECITO B. APATAN


PRINCIPAL II

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