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Division Of City Schools

Cahilsot District
H.N. Cahilsot Central Elementary School
Calumpang, General Santos City

Lesson Plan in English 2


June 24, 2019

I. OBJECTIVE
a. Recognize rhyming words
b. Affective: show cooperation
c. Psychomotor: recite the given rhyming words
II. SUBJECT MATTER
Topic: Rhyming words
References:
 K-12 Curriculum Guide in Grade Two
 TG in English pages 34-35
 LM in English pages 41-42
 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=okeCmwikPko&t=34s
Materials: Story: “Piggy Wiggy” by Myrna J. Hipolito
 pictures, models, word cards, cut-outs
 flower words, power point
Value Focus: Cooperation
III. LEARNING PROCESS
A. DRILL (Synthetic Phonics)
 Practice reading basic sight words
cat can ren ham
van ben sam fat
B. REVIEW (Thinking Skills)
 Mango Tree (Fruits with Medial /a/ sounds)
 Let the pupils pick a mango fruit (medial /a/ sounds) and put it on
a mango tree.

sad hen kit


lad sun
wag
nap mad

C. MOTIVATION (Integrated Approach)


Recite the rhyme “Star Light, Star Bright”
Star light, star bright
The first star I see tonight
I wish I may, I wish I might
Have the wish I wish tonight
D. PRESENTATION (Integrative Approach)
Class, our lesson for today is about “Rhyming Words”
A. TEACHING/MODELLING
 Present the story Piggy Wiggy
 Introduce Piggy Wiggy using a hand puppet.
 Activity 1 (Listening Skills)
I have here a rhyme. Please listen attentively as I read it and be ready the
questions afterwards.
Piggy Wiggy
By Myrna J. Hipolito
Wiggily, wiggily hip hop
Piggy Wiggy is out of the trap
Jiggidy, jiggidy bip bop
In the bin it hips and pops
Riggidy, riggidy dip dop
Big Piggy Wiggy dig up
E. DISCUSSION
 Activity 2 (Reading Skills)
Let the pupils read the whole rhyme aloud.
 Activity 3 (Art of Questioning)
Let’s Answer
1. Who was in the trap? (piggy)
2. How did the pig get out of the trap? (dig up)
3. What did the pig do in the bin? (hips and hops)
4. What was the last thing he did? (dig up)
5. What words in the rhyme have the same
sound? (hop-bop/trap-up/pop-dop)
 Activity 3 (Vocabulary Frame/Communication Process)
 Ask pupils to frame/point the words in the rhyme.
 Pick words with the same ending sound in the rhyme “Piggy Wiggy.”
Possible answers
 Piggy Wiggy ● hip and bip
 hop and bop ● bop and pop
 hip and dip ● jiggidy and riggidy
 dop and pop
Let the pupils read the words that have the same sound from the rhyme.
F. GUIDED PRACTICE (Collaborative Approach)
Group Work
Divide the class into four groups. Remind the pupils about the rules in a group work.
Group I – Pick-out pictures that rhymes and paste it in the graphic organizer.
Group II – Draw a line to match the picture words that rhymes on each side.
Group III – Circle the word that rhymes with the word in the box.
Group IV – Select the correct word that rhymes on a flower word.

G. GENERALIZATION (MULTIMEDIA)
What are rhyming words?
Words that have the same ending sounds are called Rhyming Words.
H. APPLICATION (Global Reading Approach)
Model reading and let the pupils repeat

hop and pop bag and lag Ben and Ten


hip and dip bad and sad Pam and Sam
bop and dop ham and ram fat and rat
riggidy and jiggidy cat and bat
IV.EVALUATION (Mental Modelling)

Direction: Say the names of the pictures. Write yes on the blank if they rhyme
and no if they don’t.

_______ 1.

_______ 2.

_______ 3.

_______ 4.

_______ 5.

V.ASSIGNMENT
List down 10 rhyming words with pictures on a bond paper.

Features Integrated:
GRAPHIC ORGANIZER
ART OF QUESTIONING
DISCOVERY APPROACH
COLLABORATIVE APPROACH

Prepared by:
LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH II

III. OBJECTIVE
Decode words with long vowel /i/
IV. Subject Matter
Topic: Decoding long vowel sounds
References: Teacher’s Guide in English pages 7-8
LM pages 43-47
Materials: vowel charts, power point
III. PROCEDURES
I. DRILL
 Basic Sight Words
bed net web hen
sell gem well red
J. REVIEW
 What other vowels do you know?
K. MOTIVATION
Ask the children to fill out the family tree with the names of their family
members.
L. PRESENTATION
Present the following words
Kite Mike tire
Bite write fine
Like line wide
M. DISCUSSION
Discuss the following
 What sound do you hear of the name of each pictures?
N. ABSTRACTION
What sounds do you hear if you place a silent /e/ at the end of the word?
O. GENERALIZATION
The long /i/ sound is the sound you hear if you place a silent /e/ at the end
of the word.
P. APPLICATION
Write the missing letter of each word.
1) b__te
2) h__re
3) m__ne
4) sm__le
5) s__ze
IV.EVALUATION
Read the words below. Encircle the word with long /i/
1) neat cane bite try
2) coat lane hike baby
3) seat site hire buy
4) pine cane mad lake
5) late note tire tape
V.AGREEMENT
Write down 5 words with long /i/.
Features Integrated:
CBI
GRAPHIC ORGANIZER
ART OF QUESTIONING
DISCOVERY APPROACH