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Demonstration Lesson Plan in English Grade IV

I. Objectives: At the end of the period, students are expected to:


a. Identify meaning of words with prefixes un-, im-, dis-, and re-
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b. value the importance of basic prefixes in reading, conversation


and communication.
II. Subject Matter: Identifying the meaning of words with prefixes
(un-, im-, dis-, re-).
 Reference: Teacher’s Guide
pp. 381-383
Learner’s Manual
pp. 370- 372
http://www.hawaii.edu/cps/jeepney.html

 Materials: charts, pictures, PowerPoint Presentation

Values Integration: Build a good and smooth communication.


c. Developmental Activities
III. Pre – activities
1. Drill

Locate the letters in the box to coincide the words below.

UNDEAD, UNTOLD, DISOBEY, RENEW, IMMORAL

U N D E A D I
N N I O A I M
T A S B B S M
O W O A A H O
L A B S E O R
D R E N E W A
B E Y W A A L
2. Review

Fill in the gaps to make the sentence complete. Use the picture as your
clue.

1. The clock is ______________ the wall.


2. The ball is ______________ the table.
3. The cat is ______________ the armchair.
4. The table is ______________ the armchair.
5. The carpet is ______________ the floor.

3. Unlocking of difficulties

Let’s define the synonyms of the following terms by using them in a


sentence.
unable, imperfect, replaced, impossible, unhappy

1. I was unable to sleep, because of my toothache.


a. fail b. perfect c. successful
2. Dr. Carpio’s invention was imperfect.
a. defective b. successful c. perfect
3. They replaced the old designed with a more colorful one.
a. change b. fix c. perfect
4. It was impossible for the plane to fly high because of the
weather.
a. positive b. irreparable c. dfficult
5. Bryan became unhappy since his friend left for good.
a. positive b. lonely c. lucky
4. Motivation
Show a picture of a jeepney.
Ask the pupils to describe the jeepney.

Ask the following questions:

Have you tried riding in a jeepney?


What do you think is the advantage of a jeepney to other means of
transportation?

What about its disadvantage?

What are the disadvantages of an airplane to other means of


transportation?

5. Presentation

Jeepneys began plying the streets of Manila after


World War II, when U.S. soldiers left thousands of
unserviceable jeeps. An entrepreneurial Caviteño named
Leonardo Sarao saw in them a business opportunity for
mass transport. He then remodeled the jeep to increase
its functionality by extending the body to accommodate
at least twice the number of passengers. His first attempt
was imperfect and he felt unhappy and dissatisfied. He
then started putting some railings at the back and top for
extra passengers to cling to, and still leave some room for
cargoes. When these GI jeeps ran out of supply, Sarao
began importing surplus engines from Japan. Today,
Sarao Motors proudly stands in Las Piñas City where the
original jeepney is still being produced. However,
competition has somewhat edged out Sarao as more
jeepney factories and copycats have emerged,
continually innovating and luring family buyers and
transport operators alike.

6. Analysis and Comprehension.


1. When do jeepneys began plying the streets?
2. What did the U.S. soldiers leave to Manila after the
World War II?
3. Who was the Caviteno who taught of business
opportunities?
4. What did he do with the jeepneys?
5. What happened to his first attempt of creating a
jeepney?
6. How did he feel then?
7. Discussion
Study the following sentences.
1. Jeepneys began plying the streets of Manila after World War
II, when U.S. soldiers left thousands of unserviceable jeeps.
2. He then remodeled the jeep to increase its functionality by
extending the body to accommodate at least twice the
number of passengers.
3. His first attempt was imperfect and he felt unhappy and
dissatisfied.

Ask:
What are the underlined words in the sentences?
Noticed that the underlined words are quite long, what is the
root word for each word?
What syllables are added to each word?

Show the chart.


A prefix is a syllable or a word part added to a root word. When
a prefix is added to a root word the meaning of it will be change.

Study the following pictures.

Kobe’s shot was unbelievable.


What is the word with prefix?
What is the meaning of the word?

To defeat the king lion is impossible.


What is the root word?
What is the meaning of impossible?

Mark dislikes the dress of her sister.


We used the word disagreed, what is the
root word?
What is the message of the sentence?
Bob the Builder rebuilds his house.
We used the word rebuilds, what is the
root word?

7. Generalization
What do we call the syllables added before the root word?
What does it do to the word?

8. Application
Differentiated Instruction
Group 1 – The carrot tops Game
Work together to pick amazing words by combining carrot
“word” with “carrot “top”.
Group 2 - Word Tree
Think of words with prefix un-, re-, dis-, and im-. Write the
words on the leaves and branches of the tree.
Group 3 – You Complete Me!
Complete the sentence by adding words with prefix un-, re-
, dis-, and im-.
Group 4 – Prefix Hunt
Hunt for words with prefixes un-, re-, dis-, and im-. Write your
words in the treasure box.

9. Valuing
Why do we need to study prefixes?
We need to study prefixes, because it helps us to
understand unfamiliar words, like the text that we read a while
ago. Also, prefixes help us to establish a good communication,
because we can understand unfamiliar words through structural
analysis using basic prefixes.

IV. Evaluation

Circle the letter of the correct answer.


1. If tidy means clean, what does untidy mean?
a. not clean
b. very clean
c. clean again
2. Mother needs to reheat the oven before she can bake a cake. Reheat
means?
a. light again
b. heat again
c. buy a new oven
3. The boy was __honest when he told the teacher he finished his work.
a. mis
b. dis
c. his
4. Our teacher told us not to misbehave on the field trip. What is the word
with a prefix?
a. teacher
b. field trip
c. misbehave
5. My sister doesn’t like the color of our room. She wants to ___ it.
a. repaint
b. renovate
c. rearrange

V. Assignment

Match Column A to Column B to make a new word.

1. im- a. mature
2. un- b. paid
3. dis- c. solve

Prepared by: Checked by:

SHIRLEY R. PARREÑO MRS. LUCY G. PEREZ


Teacher I Master Teacher II

Approved by: Recommending Approval:

DR. JOCELYN C. BALOME DR. RONEL H. BALISTOY


Principal II Education Program Supervisor
English
Public Schools Division Supervisor
District 3

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