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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region IV-A CALABARZON
Division of Lipa City
Inosloban-Marawoy Integrated National High School
Marawoy, Lipa City

A Detailed Lesson Plan In English 10

Content Standard The learner demonstrates understanding of how


world literatures and other text types serve as
vehicles of expressing and resolving conflicts among
individuals or groups; also how to use strategies in
critical reading, listening, viewing, and affirmation
and negation markers to deliver impromptu and
extemporaneous speeches.

Performance Standard The learner proficiently delivers an argumentative


speech emphasizing how to resolve conflicts among
individuals or groups.

Learning Competency Scan for needed information

Explain how the elements specific to a genre


contribute to the theme of a particular literary
selection.

I. Lesson Objectives:

At the end of the discussion, the students are able to:

a. Identify the literary elements presented in the epic;


b. Explain how the elements specific to a genre contribute to the theme of a
particular literary selection; and
c. show situation that depicts betrayal.

II. Subject Matter:

a. Topic: Song of Roland


b. References: Celebrating Diversity through World Literature
P. 152-157
c. Materials: Laptop, Visual aids, Marker and Tape

d.Values Integration: It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.”


― William Blake

III. Learning Strategies

Teacher’s Activities Student’s Activity

Daily Routine
1. Greetings
Good morning, class!
Good morning, Maam!

2. Prayer
Let us pray. The students will pray.

3. Classroom Management

Before you sit, kindly pick up those candy


wrappers under and check the alignment of
your chairs.
(The students will follow)

Please be seated.

4. Checking of Attendance
Is there any absentee for today? (The class secretary will give the list of
absentees to the teacher)
A. Activity
Have you ever been betrayed by someone?

Yes Maam.

In what way he/she betrayed you?

In terms of love, Maam. I have a


bestfriend and I have a boyfriend. I
found out that they have an affair. Both
of them betrayed me.

What did you feel about it?


Of course I am so dissapointed and at
the same time, very mad Maam.
What did you do?
I let them explain why they do that,
Maam.

Now class, before we proceed to our lesson,


give me your insights about betrayal.
(The students will answer.)

Betrayal is being unfaithful or dishonest


to your family, friends or to everyone
that surrounded you.
Very good! Another?
Betrayal is hurting someone who trusts
you, such as friends or relative by doing
something morally wrong to them.

Yes, that’s correct.

B.Analysis

Today, we will be discussing the epic poem


“The Song of Roland”, But before that, I want
to ask a question first.

Class do you know the five basic


elements of the story?

Ok very good! Yes Maam.

What are those elements?

Characters
Setting
Plot
Great! All of your answers are correct Conflict
Theme

(The students will read the epic poem.)

Yes, Maam.

Character’s Maam!

Conflict Maam.
I have here different pictures, what you are
going to do is to identify which elements of
the story these pictures belong.

Setting, Maam.

Plot, Maam.

Theme, Maam.

(The students will read the epic)


Yes Maam.
In which part of the elements of the
story are these pictures belong?

Roland

Charlemagne

Ganelon

Strong, heroic, bold and brave, Maam.

He has a deep resentment on Roland


certain jealousy plays a factor because
King Charlemagne treasures Roland
who is considered as the perfect knight.

I feel pity on Roland. Roland refused not


to blow his olifant then.His refusal is
based upon a questions of honor,
dooming his army. But he sound it at
last for they already outnumbered in the
battle.

He is stuck in the head and killed by the


Saracens.
Very Good!

How about this one?

Very Good!

How about this?

Very Good! Thank you


This one?
C. Abstraction

Complete the story map below.

Story map

Characters

Setting

Problem

solution

Theme

(Students will fill the Story map


Organizer)
D. Application

The students will be grouped into four to


perform the different tasks.

TASK 1: SING A SONG


 Create a song about betrayal.

TASK 2: RECITE A POEM


 Make a 2 stanza’s poem about
betrayal.

TASK 3: OUR SHOW! YOU TALK!


Create a mini talk- show interviewing a
celebrity who experienced betrayal.

TASK 4: LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!


 Perform a short role play that depicts
betrayal.
(The students will do the task)

(5 minutes preparation)

Criteria

Content- 40 %
Creativity- 30 %
Presentation- 20 %
Teamwork- 10 %

Assignment:

Give at least two examples of personal experiences when you witnessed betrayal.

Values Integration: It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.”


― William Blake

Prepared by:

RONALYN D. MANTALA
Practice Teacher

Checked by:

CHRISTINE L. CALANGIAN
Cooperating Teacher