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Department of Education

Region XI
Division of Davao del Norte
ANTONIO V. FRUTO SR. NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Cabayangan, Braulio E. Dujali, Davao del Norte
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Lesson Plan in English 7

Quarter: 3rd Quarter Date: January 23, 2019


Year & Section: Grade 7- Camellia School Year: 2018-2019
Time Frame: 1 Hour

COMPETENCY: EN7V-III-f-13.8: Determine words or expressions with genus-species (hyponymous) relations in a selection.

I. Objectives
At the end of the lesson the students are expected to:
A. identify the words or expression in a selection with hyponymous relations;
B. illustrate the hyponymous relations of the words/expression in selection using a hierarchical diagram
C. Show teamwork and cooperation through participating in group activities.

II. Subject Matter


Topic: HYPONYMY
Materials: Visual Aid, Magazine, Song Lyric, Prepared Sheets of Activity, LED TV
Reference: Li Ya Research Study (Theory of Hyponymy and Its Application in English Writing)

III. Procedure
A. Preparatory Activities (15 minutes)
1. Opening prayer
2. Greetings
3. Classroom management
4. Checking of attendance
5. Motivation(Batang Henyo Game)
Directions: Ask one student to sit on a chair in front of her/his classmates to guess the word on his/her forehead while the
classmates will respond with YES or NO based on the description of the word.

The word is DICTIONARY.


Ask:
How did you come up with the correct answer?
What words did you ask first before you have guessed the word?

B. Developmental Activities/ Lesson Proper


1. Activity (5 minutes)
Directions:Let the students guess the word using the 4 Pics1 Word Game. See Appendix A.
2. Analysis (8 minutes)
Directions: Let the students identify the general and specific words and paste it in the hierarchal diagram. See Appendix B.
3. Abstraction (5 minutes)
Discuss the topic.

Hyponym
is the specific instances
also called “species”

Hypernym/ Superordinate
is the general term
also called “genus”

Hyponymy
it is the relation of inclusion
it is the state or phenomenon that shows the relations between more general term and the more specific instances of it
when the meaning of one form is included in the meaning of another, the relationship is described as hyponymy

Hyponymous relationships (hypernym-hyponym)


also termed as “genus-species” relations

See Appendix C for the illustration.


Ask:
Which is more informative, hyponyms or hypernym? Why?

Valuing:

 Did you find easier to understand the meaning of a word using its general term?
 As a student, in what situation can you apply the general-specific relations or the hyponymous relations?

We can use the hyponymous relations in reading. We can understand the meaning of a specific term by just simply looking
at its general term. Reading will be much easier to comprehend using the relations of words because it develops the ability
to generalize the meaning of words/ things of the same kind. Thus, it helps to improve one’s vocabulary.

4. Application (20 minutes)


Group 1 (Magazine Hunting)
Directions: Read the article in the magazine and identify the hyponymous relations. Present your answer using a
hierarchal diagram. See Appendix D.

Group 2 (Dialogue)
Directions: Select two representatives from your group to present a dialogue in class. Write the
hyponymous relations using a hierarchal diagram. See Appendix E.
Group 3 (Solving a Puzzle)
Directions: Look in the puzzle the hyponym of METAL that can be found in the paragraph. Present you answer
using a hierarchal diagram. See Appendix F.

Group 4 (Songplay)
Directions: The students will identify the hyponymous relations in the lyric of the song Red
by Taylor Swift. Then, write the words in a hierarchal diagram. See Appendix G.

IV. Assessment (5 minutes)


Directions: Read the selection carefully. Determine the words/ expression with hyponymous relations using a hierarchal diagram. Point out the
hypernym/superordinate and the hyponym.

Paragraph
A lioness and her cubs could be seen under a small tree. the cats seemed unaware of our presence. We watched for several minutes,
thinking how beautiful the animals were.

V. Assignment (2 minutes)
Directions: Read the paragraph below. Illustrate the words/expressions with hyponymous relations using a hierarchical diagram. Write your answer
in a one-half sheet of paper.

The world is full of poisonous substances. Many of these occur quite naturally, independently of any action of man. Thus the vapors
from an active volcano may contain so much sulphur that plants cannot grow near-by. Rivers flowing through forests may become deoxygenated
because so much natural organic material is deposited in them. Mercury, occurring naturally in the ocean, may reach such high levels that large
numbers of fish are killed.

Prepared by:

ALONA IGNACIO
Teacher I

Checked by:

MIRALYN M. BOCOBO
Master Teacher
Appendix A

Cat
Bi r d

Gr ass
Gemst one
Fr ui t Const el l at i on

Rocks
f ur ni t ur e

Pol ygons
i nst r ument s

ORGANS
l ook

Fl ower
game
cook

Appendix B
Directions: Identify the general and specific words and paste it in the hierarchal diagram.

Nonagon Polygon Cougar Lynx Instruments Trumpet


Triangle Decagon Tiger Cat Piano Guitar
Trapezium Serval Drums

General:

Specific: Specific: Specific: Specific:

Appendix C.

Hierarchal Diagram 1.

HYPONYMY (Inclusion)

SUPERORDINATE/
HYPERNYM
Automobile

Truck Train
Car
Motorc
ycle

HYPONYMS
Appendix D

(Magazine Hunting)
Directions: Read the article in the magazine and identify the hyponymous relations. Present your answer using the hierarchal diagram.

Appendix E

Dialogue:
A: It's lovely to see you again. I’ve brought you a few flowers.
B: Oh how nice! Daffodils! They are so cheerful at this time of year.
(later)
B: Now, where do you think I should put the flowers... (Michael Lewis 1993)

Rubrics in dialogue
5 pts – all words identified hit the target content and with excellent performance.
4 pts – all words identified hit the target content but with satisfactory performance.
3 pts - some words identified hit the target content and with excellent performance.
2 pts – some words identified hit the target content and with satisfactory performance.

Appendix F
Metals are important. The properties of metals make them useful for specific purposes. Iron is the main material for steel
bars used in buildings and road construction. Copper is used in making electrical wires. Tin is the material for milk cans and
other preserved food products. Nickel is mixed with copper or other metals to form stainless cooking wares. Gold is important
in making jewelry.

I N C K E L M O N A
R S T P P E R L R O
O I N G C I S D E L
N B D O O N I N V E
O K Z I P L T E L K

Q O C D P N D Z I C
A E G N E O R B S I
B R I S R M E R U N

Appendix G
Red

(Verse 1: )
Loving him is like driving a new Maserati down a dead-end street
Faster than the wind, passionate as sin, ending do suddenly
Loving him is like trying to change your mind once you’re already flying through a free fall
Like the colors in autumn, so bright just before they lose it all

(Chorus: )
Losing him was blue like I’d never known
Missing him was dark grey all alone
Forgetting him was like trying to know somebody you never met
Loving him was red

Rubrics for singing performance

5 pts – statements identified hit the target content and with excellent singing performance
4 pts – statements identified hit the target content with satisfactory singing performance
3 pts - some statements identified do not hit the target content but with excellent singing performance
2 pts – some statements identified do not hit the target content and with satisfactory singing performance

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