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Detailed Lesson Plan in English

Detailed Lesson Plan in English

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Detailed Lesson Plan in EnglishSecond year HighschoolI.OBJECTIVESAt the end of the lesson the students are expected to:
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Identify missing words from sentences using "contextclues."
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Define unknown words using context clues in a coldpassage.
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Find and define unknown words in trade books usingcontext clues.
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Determine the meaning of unknown words using avariety of context clues, including word, sentence andparagraph clues
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Apply the meaning of the terms synonym and antonymII. SUBJECT MATTERTopic: Context ClueReference: English II Based on the BEC, English Grammar Drills,InternetMaterials: Cartolina, chalkboardStrategies: Discussion Question-Answer Relationship (QAR),Small Group WorkIII. PROCEDURERoutine Activities1.Opening Prayer 2.Checking Of Attendance3.Word for the Day4.ROPE (Monday/ Wednesday)Teachers ActivityStudents ActivityA. MOTIVATION
Today we are going to play a gameand try to figure out missing wordsin sentences. You will have to useyour creative juices to figure out
 
which words are covered.Look how TINY that cat is! I thinkthat is the smallest cat I've ever seen!The crowd CHEERED as their favorite team entered the footballfield.Thomas went to the TOP of themountain, and because it was sohigh, he had to take a tank of oxygen with him.Did you enjoy the activity?
B. PRESENTATION
Those words that you determinedare what we called context clues.will you read the sentencesDo you have any ideas what arecontext clues?Very good!
C. DISCUSSION
Context clues
are bits of informationfrom the text that, when combinedwith prior knowledge, allow you todecide the meaning of unknownwords in the story or article you areS1 littleS2 tinyS3 shoutedS4 cheeredS5 topYes ma’am.Look how TINY that cat is! I thinkthat is the smallest cat I've ever seen!The crowd CHEERED as their favorite team entered the footballfield.Thomas went to the TOP of themountain, and because it was sohigh, he had to take a tank of oxygen with him.They give us an idea of what is aword.
 
reading.There are several different types of context clues that are commonlyused by authors
1.Definition context clue
Ex. Paul is a transcriptionist, aperson who makes a written copy of a recorded message.
2.Synonym context clue
Ex.
 After seeing the picture of thestarving children, we all felt compassion or pity for their suffering.
3.Antonym context clue
Ex.
Joe was reluctant to take on the position of captain of the basketball team. He was afraid that the time it would take would hurt his grades.On the other hand, Billy was eager for the chance to be captain. Hethought that being captain of theteam would make him very popular in school.
4.Description context clue
Ex.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, our 35th president, improved humanrights and equal rights for all  people. He was a very charismatic  president. People were attracted tohis charm and enthusiasm. His personality was described asmagnetic.
5.Clues through associationwith other words in thesentence
Ex. Brian is considered the mosttroublesome student ever to have

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