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LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH

GRADE LEVEL: Grade 9 QUARTER/DOMAIN: 3rd QUARTER

I. OBJECTIVES
The learner demonstrates understanding of how Anglo-American literature
and other text types serve as means of connecting to the world; also how to
A. Content Standards
use ways of analysing one-act play and different forms of verbals for him/her
to skilfully perform in one-act play.
The learner skilfully performs in one-act play through utilizing effective verbal
B. Performance Standards and non-verbal strategies and ICT resources based on the following criteria:
Focus, Voice, Delivery, and Dramatic Conventions.
EN9V-IIIe-29:
Get familiar with the technical vocabulary for drama and theatre (like stage
C. Learning Competencies/ directions).
Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students must be able to:
(Write the LC code for each)
 Determine the different elements of theater;
 Familiarize themselves with the different types of stages.

II. CONTENT DESPITE DIFFERENCES IN POINT OF VIEW


ENHANCING TECHNICAL VOCABULARY THROUGH DRAMA AND THEATRE

LEARNING RESOURCES

A. References

1. Learner’s Materials pages LM: Page 275-277


Theater
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theatre
B. Other Learning Resources
Elements of Theater
penncharter.com/roche-website/7th-grade-drama/aspects-of-theater

III. PROCEDURES

The teacher will ask:


A. Reviewing previous lesson  What are verbals?
or presenting the new  What are the types of verbals?
lesson  What are gerunds?
 What is infinitive?
The teacher will declare the learning objectives or outcomes that the
B. Establishing a purpose for students need to perform, demonstrate, and accomplish.
the lesson  Determine the different elements of theater;
 Familiarize themselves with the different types of stages.
GUESS ME! (Time allotment: 5 minutes)

The teacher will present a picture of a stage used for a play and the students
C. Presenting
will tell where it is being used. The teacher will provide a clue by means of
examples/instances of the
jumbling the answer.
new lesson
RDMAA
(Answer: DRAMA)
(Time allotment: 15 minutes)

The teacher will introduce the topic by relating the activity with the lesson.
The teacher will then give the definition of “Theater/Drama”.

What is Theater?
Theater (or Theatre) is a collaborative form of performing arts that uses live
performers, typically actors and actresses to present the experience of a real
or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place, often a stage.

The teacher will cite popular theatrical plays.


International:
 Les Miserable
 Hamilton
 Wicked
 Romeo and Juliet

Local:
 Biag-ni-Lam-ang
D. Discussing new concepts  Rock of Aegis
and practicing new skills #1  Alamat ng Sandaang Pulo

The teacher presents the different Elements of Theater.

Elements of Theater
 Performers – These are the people onstage presenting characters
in dramatic action.
 Audience – The essence of theatre is the interaction between the
performer and the audience.
 Director – Makes the certain that the performers understand the
text and deliver the script excitingly and appropriately.
 Theater Space – It is the space provided in which the performers
and audiences come together.
 Design Aspects – include visual aspects and non-visual aspects.
 Visual aspects – costumes, lighting, and some form of
scenic background
 Nonvisual aspects – sound
 Text – final element essential to theater is the text that should be
presented. This helps the theater occur. Another name for is script.

ACTIVITY:

The teacher will group the class into 4. Each group will pick a type of stage
from the teacher. They will portray the types of stages they have picked by
arranging their chairs.

The teacher will discuss the different types of stages.

Different Types of Stages


E. Discussing new concepts  Thrust Stage – The thrust configuration is the oldest known fixed
and practicing new skills #2
type of staging in the world, and it is thousands of years old.
 Proscenium Stage – A stage where the audience sits on one side
only. The audience faces one side of the stage directly, and
normally sits at a lower height.
 In-the-round Stage – It is positioned at the center of the audience.
This type of stage creates quite an intimate atmosphere, and is
good for drama that needs audience involvement.
 Traverse Stage – A stage where the audience sits on two sides.
Also, this type of stage is good for creating an intimate atmosphere.
Oral Questioning:
F. Developing mastery
(leads to Formative
 What are the Elements of Theater?
Assessment 3)
 Performers
 Audience
 Director
 Theater Space
 Design Aspects
 Text

 What are the two design aspects?


 Visual aspect
 Nonvisual aspect

 What are the different types of stages?


 Thrust Stage
 Proscenium Stage
 In-the-round Stage
 Traverse Stage
G. Finding practical
What is the importance of Drama in our daily lives? Do we use it every
applications of concepts and
day?
skills in daily living
The students will generalize the lesson by answering the following question:

 What is Theater?
H. Making generalizations and
Theater is a collaborative form of performing arts that uses live
abstractions about the
performers, typically actors and actresses to present the experience
lesson
of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific
place, often a stage.

Instruction: Identify what is being asked.

1. The essence of theatre is the interaction between the performer


and _____?
Answer: Audience

2. Makes the certain that the performers understand the text and
deliver the script excitingly and appropriately.
Answer: Director

3. It is the space provided in which the performers and audiences


come together.
I. Evaluating learning
Answer: Thrust Stage

4. A stage where the audience sits on one side only. The audience
faces one side of the stage directly, and normally sits at a lower
height.
Answer: Proscenium Stage

5. It is positioned at the center of the audience. This type of stage


creates quite an intimate atmosphere, and is good for drama that
needs audience involvement.
Answer: In-the-round Stage

J. Additional activities for


application or remediation

IV. REMARKS

V. REFLECTION

A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the


evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional
activities for remediation
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of
learners who have caught up with the
lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to require
remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked
well? Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which
my principal or supervisor can help me
improve?
G. What innovation or localized materials
did I use/discover which I wish to share
with other teachers?

Prepared:
Jhun Raniel N. Nieves

Checked:
Christopher C. Montemayor