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School: Grade Level: VI

GRADES 1 to 12 Teacher: Learning Area: ENGLISH


DAILY LESSON LOG Teaching Dates and
Time: JUNE 10 – 14, 2019 (WEEK 2) Quarter: 1st Quarter

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY


HOLIDAY (INDEPENDENCE
DAY)
I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content Standards Analyze sound devices Infer meaning of idiomatic Compose clear and coherent Describe different forms and Observe politeness at all times
(personification ) expressions using affixes sentences using appropriate conventions of film and moving
In a text heard grammatical structures: pictures
Pluralization of irregular nouns (blocking)

B. Performance
Standards

C. Learning ENG. LC-Ib-2-3-6 ENG. 6V-Ib-12.4.2.1 EN6G-Ib-2.3.2 EN6VC-Ib-5.1.2 ENG. 6-Ib-5.1.2


Competencies) Analyze sound devices Infer meaning of idiomatic Compose clear and coherent Describe different forms and Observe politeness at all times
(personification ) expressions using affixes sentences using appropriate conventions of film and moving
In a text heard grammatical structures: pictures
Pluralization of irregular nouns (blocking)
II. Content Analyzing sound devices Inferring meaning of idiomatic Composing clear and coherent Describing different forms and Observing politeness at all times
(personification) in a text expressions using affixes sentences using appropriate conventions of film and moving
heard grammatical structures: pictures
Pluralization of irregular nouns (blocking)

III. (Learning Resources)


A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide Pages
2. Learner’s Materials Pages ELC Study Zone: Irregular Plural of www.brightubeducation.
Nouns com
3. Textbook Pages Fun in Eng. Reading p. 158 READING p.212 Fun in Eng. Lang. p.112 Fun in English Reading pp.215-
218
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resources (LR) Portal
B.Other Learning Resources
IV.Procedures
A.Review Previous Lessons Introduced the lesson with Some idiomatic expressions Pluralization of Regular Nouns Different forms and conventions Review: Observing politeness at
identifying Onomatopic www.english grammar/idiomatic of film and moving pictures all time
sounds p. 158 expression (lights) 6 minutes video Character
Fun in Eng. Reading Builders
B. Establishing purpose for the Let pupils identify the figure 1. Discuss the title of the story. . Listening to a poem Ask a question: Have you ever Have the pupils give their
Lesson of speech use in a text 2. Allow children to ask questions. THE PLURAL POEM wondered how a film is made? reactions about the video
www.ereadingfigurative Internet search Who are the people behind the
language scenes?

C. Presenting examples Show examples of figurative Read the story John’s Keys to Choose the correct form of plural Read the story:
/instances of the new lessons language Success for each noun Movie in the Making Video Presentation: Be Polite at
www.ereadingfigurative esl.com advance reading John’s ELC Study Zone pp. 214-216 all Times
language Keys to Success Fun in Eng. Reading internet search
Personification

D. Discussing new concepts Allow pupils to read the list of Ask pupils to give some idioms and Allow pupils to answer activity 2 Answer the question orally
and practicing new skills #1. figurative language write them on the board. A p. 112 Fun in Eng. Lang “After You Read” p. 216 Fun in Role- Playing : have the pupils
Personification Eng. Reading role played a different scenarios
that shows politeness
www. brightubeducation

E. Discussing new concepts & Give a list of Figurative Let them give the meaning of Pronunciation: 1. Ask pupils to What is blocking? Ask the pupils to tell what they
practicing new skills #2 language Personification idiomatic expression read the poem orally by group. Internet search www.elements already knew about using polite
www.ereadingfigurative THE PLURAL POEM of cinema( blocking) words.
language Answer Activity 1 p. 217 Fun in Original File Submitted and
Eng. Reading Formatted by DepEd Club
Member - visit depedclub.com
for more
F. Leads to Formative Let them analyze sound Answer Exercise 1 pp. 212-213 Fun Ask pupils to use the plural of Ask the pupils: What is the
Assessment 3) devices using personification in Eng. Reading irregular nouns in a clear and importance of blockings in a Let the pupil’s answer 1-5
in a text heard coherent sentences film? Scenario on what are they going
www.ereadingfigurative to do on the ff. scenes.
language Internet search
www. brightubeducation

G. Finding Practical What benefits can you get John’s Keys to Success What you have learned about Film Making Tips What is the importance of being
Applications of concepts and from this lesson? What values have you learned “PLURAL POEM” (blockings) polite at all times?
skills in daily living from the story? Internet search
H. Making Generalizations & A. Let them read and analyzed Work on Exercise 2 on p. 213 Fun What benefits can we get from Lesson about movie blocking
Abstractions about the lessons sound devices using in Eng. Reading the PLURAL POEM Videos Why is being polite at all times
personification in a text heard Internet search important?
www.ereadingfigurative
language

I. Evaluating Learning Answer p. 52 English For You Pen Power: Have the pupils write Spell It Right, Role-Playing about Movie Read some of pupils answer on
And Me Reading some idiomatic expressions and ELC Study Zone Blockings the given scenario.
give its meaning Internet search

J. Additional activities for Let pupils understand the use of Answer ELC Study Zone 330 Write a Movie Review about List down all the polite
application or remediation affixes in an idiomatic expression grammar your favorite film expression you have known.

V.Remarks
VI. Reflection
A .No.of learners who earned 80%
in the evaluation
B. No.of learners who requires
additional acts.for remediation
who scored below 80%

C. Did the remedial lessons work?


No.of learners who caught up with
the lessons
D. No.of learners who continue to
require remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies
worked well? Why did this work?)

F. What difficulties did I encounter


which my principal/supervisor can
help me solve?

G. What innovations or localized


materials did I used/discover
which I wish to share with other
teachers?

Prepared by:

MA’AM LINA B. VILLARAZA, Teacher III – Bakia-Botocan ES


SIR DIEGO P. ARIOLA, Teacher 1 – Majayjay ES