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Lesson Plan in English 7 Regular

January 8, 2019
8:40 – 9:40 A.M.

I. Objectives
At the end of 1 hour period, the students will be able to:
1. Identify sentences as active or passive;
2. Rewrite sentences from active to passive and passive to active;
3. Appreciate the lesson by defining what an active and passive voice is.

II. Subject Matter

“Active and Passive Voice”
References: Essential English 7 pp. 214-215 by Carolina T. Gonzales, et. al.
Materials: marker, manila paper, textbook

III. Procedures
A. Daily Routine
1. Prayer
2. Greetings
3. Checking of attendance
4. Checking of assignments
5. Review

B. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
The teacher will post set of
sentences in a form of active and
passive voice on the board. Let the
students notice what’s the
difference between the sentences
given is.
2. Presentation
The teacher will explain what’s the
difference between the two is.
3. Discussion
 Active voice – the object receives
the action of the verb
[doer of action] + [verb] +
[receiver of action]
Subject verb Object
(doer of (receiver
action) of
Baldo drives the cart.
The carabao eats the grass.

 Passive voice – the subject

receives the action of the verb.
[receiver of action] + [be] + [past
participle of verb] + [by] + [doer
of action]
Receiving Passive Doing
action verb action
(original (original
object) subject)
The cart is driven by
The grass is eaten by the

 The object of the verb becomes the

subject of the passive verb.
Active The receive the
folks guests.
Passive The are by the
guests received folks.
4. Generalization
What is active voice?
What is passive voice?
5. Application
Answer the practice exercises
letter A on page 215.

1. Evaluation
Rewrite each sentence changing
the active voice to passive voice
and passive voice to active voice.
2. Thomas feeds his dog.
3. A song is sung by him.
4. Romy painted the entire house.
5. The spider was killed by the
6. The critic wrote a sarcastic
IV. Assignment
Have an advance study for the
various forms of active and
passive voice.

Prepared by:
Judy Ann B. Esguerra
Student teacher
Checked by:
Tchr. Jeannie Rose Falla
Cooperating teacher