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Lesson Planning Activity 3-Shepherd Boy

Lesson Planning Activity 3-Shepherd Boy

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Lesson plan: David and Goliath.
Lesson plan: David and Goliath.

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Published by: rica web on Dec 29, 2009
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TCP/PRC License No. 1042051
Lesson Planning Activity
1.Grade Level: 4 - Adult2.Literature: The Shepherd Boy and the Giant3. Materials:Photocopy of the literature for each studentArt papers/colored papers/old magazines or journalsBlank paper ScissorsGlue/pastePencils/PensErasersCutting boardsCuttersTemplate/photocopy of the battle scene for each studentTokensReferences:The Phoenix World of ReadingBy Leonor L. OdroniaMastering English Skills Grade Four By Maria Luisa M.AguiValues Unfolding 4Worktext in Values Education for Grade Four By Monica R. Monterona and Jane S. Galicia4. Reading Skill/Focus: Identifying significant details in the passage.5. Objectives: At the end of the 40-minute period, the students should be able to:5.1 Cognitive: Identify significant details in the selection.5.2 Affective: Show acts of courage and faith in the Living God.5.3 Psychomotor: Create a mosaic that portrays the battle scene in the passage.The Shepherd Boy and the GiantPage 1 of 14
TCP/PRC License No. 1042051
David as Second King of Israel
Israel’s Most Famous KingChrist the King…His Kingdom is eternal.
"I, Jesus, have sent my angel to give thistestimony to you for the churches. I am theroot and descendent of David, the brightmorning star." (Revelation 22:16 -International Standard Version 2008)
6. Approach/Strategies:6.1 Pre-reading (3 minutes)6.1.1 Word Play6.1.2 Who do you consider a hero/heroine? Why?6.1.3 Are you familiar with the biblical story of the shepherd boy who became a hero among his people?6.2 During ReadingAsk the students to read aloud the passage (round robin, choral).List down the word/s that you do not know as you read the passage.The Shepherd Boy and the GiantPage 2 of 14
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Match the underlined word in column A with its meaning in Column B.Good luck!
1. a stray of sheep2. a flock of sheep3. a greener pasture
4. a hand sling5. a pointed spear 6. a metal armor 7. a long battle
a. war  b. lost; homelessc. something that protects a warrior d. a group of animals or peoplee. a piece of land suitable for grazingf. a short strap with strings at itsendsg. a weapon with a long shaft usedfor throwing
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