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Lesson Plan in English

Date: February 27, 2019


Section: Grade 9 – Lithium
Time: 10:45 – 11:45 A. M.

Content Standards: The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature and other text
types serve as means of preserving unchanging values in a changing world; also how to
use the features of a full-length play, tense consistency, modals, active and passive
constructions plus direct and indirect speech to enable him/her competently performs in a
full-length play.
Performance Standards The learner competently performs in a full-length play through applying effective verbal
and non-verbal strategies and ICT resources based on the following criteria: Focus, Voice,
Delivery and Dramatic Conventions.
Learning Competency: EN9G-IVd-23:
Express ability, permission, obligation, and prohibition
I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:
a. analyze the proper usage of modals expressing ability.
b. perform tasks in relation to the song’s message.
c. reflect about the different abilities they possess
II. Topic Modals expressing Ability

References Materials Google


(2015, March 26). Retrieved March 23, 2018, from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66ftvQR5f8Y
N. (2010, September 16). Retrieved March 23, 2018, from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZlXWp6vFdE

Visual Aids, Laptop, Projector, PowerPoint Presentation, Speaker, Chalk and Chalkboard
III. Procedure
A. Reviewing the 1. Prayer: Please lead the prayer.
previous lesson: 2. Greetings: Good morning grade 9!
3. Classroom Conditioning: Before you take your seat, please pick up the trashes around
you and arrange your chairs properly.
You may now take your seat.
How are you today?
Who is absent? None?
What was our previous discussion all about?
B. Establishing the I have here pictures of several objects. Your task is to share with us your abilities by
purpose for the choosing one picture which is related to your talent.
lesson:

C. Presenting Examples/ Amazing talents grade 9! Do not be afraid to share it to the world. Before we start our
Instances of the lesson, these are our learning objectives that we need to meet during and after our
lesson discussion today. Please read. At the end of the discussion, the students must be
able to:
1. analyze the proper usage of modals expressing ability.
2. perform tasks in relation to the song’s message.
3. reflect about the different abilities they possess
I will post this for us to keep track of our targets today.
D. Discussing New Discuss the Lesson
Concepts and I have here a song and the lyrics will be posted on the board. I want you to listen
Practicing New Skills attentively and ponder the lyrics with your heart. (The teacher posts the lyric of “I Can”
#1 from https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=66ftvQR5f8Y).

What did you feel after you listened to the song?


What did you realize?
Nice realization.
What is the message of the song?
Very well said! You really understand the song.
What word is dominant in this song?
What does it denote?
You are right!
Which word between ‘I’ and ‘can’ actually denotes ability?
Correct! What part of speech is it?
It denotes permission.
What type of verb?
What do you know about modal verbs?

E. Discussing New Nice!


Concepts and We have six kinds of modal verbs. Look and analyse these sentences:
Practicing New Skills 1. I can dance
#2 2. You may go.
3. I must follow the rules.
4. You should drink water instead of soft drinks.

What does the modal in statement no. 1 denote?


How about in statement no. 2?
How about in statement no. 3?
The modal ‘should’ in statement no. 4 shows what?
Amazing!
These are the kinds of modals:
Modals expressing ability
Modals expressing permission
Modals expressing obligation
Modals expressing recommendation
But today, we will first discuss about modals expressing ability.
Aside from ‘can’ what other modal shows ability?
When do we use each?
Great!
Who else can give examples?
Good job!
Do you have any questions?

F. Developing Mastery
G. Finding Practical Please go to your respective groups.
Applications of For group 1, your task is to think of a similar song which helps us realize our abilities.
Concepts and Skills For group 2, your task is to make a slogan related to the message of the song “I Can”.
in Daily Living For group 3, you need to present a tableau which depicts the message of the song “I Can”.
For the last group, you need to draw a symbolism for the message of the song “I Can”.

Here are the criteria for grading your presentations:


Criteria %
Content 50
Creativity 40
Teamwork 10
TOTAL 100

You only have 5 minutes to prepare and 2 minutes to present.


H. Making What have you learned from the song “I Can”?
Generalizations and What must you do with these abilities?
Abstractions about Very good!
the lesson
I. Evaluating Learning Think of your unique and best ability which you can use to achieve your dreams. Then list
down the unique abilities of each of your members on a manila paper. Present it in front.
These are the criteria:
Criteria %
Content 50
Creativity 40
Teamwork 10
TOTAL 100
Criteria Content Creativity Behavior TOTAL (The students watch the clip.) % 60 30 10
100% You only have 5 minutes to prepare and 2 minutes to present.
J. Additional Activities Write an essay answering this question:
for Application or What is your greatest dream in life?
Remediation
Criteria %
Content 50
Context 40
Creativity of the output 10
TOTAL 100

Do you have any questions?


Before I leave the class, I just want you to watch this clip. (The teacher plays the clip from
https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=kZlXWp6vFdE)

Always remember that you can, no matter how hard it may seem, no matter what struggles
you might face, always keep in your mind and in your heart that you can because you are
not alone, just like on the clip, our Father is with us, God is with us.

Prepared by:

APRIL MAE O. TURTOGO


English Teacher

Checked by:

SONIA N. GUMILAO
School Head Teacher III