Detailed Lesson Plan in English Second year Highschool I.
OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson the students are expected to: » Identify missing words from sentences using "context clues." » Define unknown words using context clues in a cold passage. » Find and define unknown words in trade books using context clues. » Determine the meaning of unknown words using a variety of context clues, including word, sentence and paragraph clues » Apply the meaning of the terms synonym and antonym II. SUBJECT MATTER Topic: Context Clue Reference: English II Based on the BEC, English Grammar Drills, Internet Materials: Cartolina, chalkboard Strategies: Discussion Question-Answer Relationship (QAR), Small Group Work III. PROCEDURE Routine Activities 1. Opening Prayer 2. Checking Of Attendance 3. Word for the Day 4. ROPE (Monday/ Wednesday) Teacher’s Activity A. MOTIVATION Today we are going to play a game and try to figure out missing words in sentences. You will have to use your creative juices to figure out Student’s Activity
. Thomas went to the TOP of the mountain. he had to take a tank of oxygen with him. allow you to decide the meaning of unknown words in the story or article you are S1 little S2 tiny S3 shouted S4 cheered S5 top
Yes ma’am. PRESENTATION Those words that you determined are what we called context clues. Did you enjoy the activity? B.
They give us an idea of what is a word. Look how TINY that cat is! I think that is the smallest cat I've ever seen! The crowd CHEERED as their favorite team entered the football field. will you read the sentences Look how TINY that cat is! I think that is the smallest cat I've ever seen! The crowd CHEERED as their favorite team entered the football field. Thomas went to the TOP of the mountain. he had to take a tank of oxygen with him. DISCUSSION Context clues are bits of information from the text that.which words are covered. and because it was so high. Do you have any ideas what are context clues? Very good! C. and because it was so high. when combined with prior knowledge.
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. He was a very charismatic president. People were attracted to his charm and enthusiasm. Synonym context clue Ex. There are several different types of context clues that are commonly used by authors Definition context clue Ex. Clues through association with other words in the sentence Ex. After seeing the picture of the starving children. improved human rights and equal rights for all people. He was afraid that the time it would take would hurt his grades. Antonym context clue Ex. His personality was described as magnetic. 1. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. we all felt compassion or pity for their suffering. On the other hand. a person who makes a written copy of a recorded message. Joe was reluctant to take on the position of captain of the basketball team.reading. He thought that being captain of the team would make him very popular in school. 2. our 35th president. Description context clue Ex. Billy was eager for the chance to be captain. Paul is a transcriptionist.
E.walked the halls of Central High School. when combined with prior knowledge. Her manners were very poor. o I am always hungry.SKILLS WORK (Group Work) Using Context Clues to Solve the Riddles. She showed no respect for other students. His teachers consider him completely incorrigible. She was so rude that she talked while her teacher was explaining a lesson. He has not passed a single class in his four years there and seldom makes it through an entire hour of class without falling asleep or getting sent to the office. I must always be fed. CONTROLLED PRACTICE Identify what context clues is being used. Ex.GENERALIZATION What is a Context clue Context clues are bits of information from the text that. Even her parents thought that Andrea was impolite. Clues from the experience D. allow you to decide the meaning of unknown words in the story or article you are reading. F. Clues from the action that is performed Ex.
. Andrea was a very impertinent young lady.
Will soon turn red Each morning I appear To lie at your feet.Evaluation Answering drills in their workbook. a place that gets cold during parts of the year c.FREESTAGE Determine the meaning of the word using the context clue. sometimes 2. Thin.” What does the word tropical mean in the sentence? a. a place that is very hot and often damp b. I serve by being devoured. Assignment Answer the following by choosing the correct letter. very pleased 3. Yet I nearly perish In the midday sun. “Many seahorses live in tropical areas where the water is always warm. very shy b. 1. often c. very quick c. I am slow Wind is my foe. IV. My life can be measured in hours.” What choice means the same as rarely? a.” What does proudly mean in the sentence? a.
G. “But these flakes rarely make it to the ground.o
The finger I touch. “Taffy walked proudly into the yard. V. I am quick Fat. a place off the coast of Alaska where
. All day I will follow No matter how fast you run. hardly ever b.
“Digging around in the treasure box. excited 9. I had never won a trophy before. jump b.seahorses breed 4. I uncovered a ball of twine. undid 7. look “’I think I forgot something.” 6. They can leap from tree to tree.’ she said. howl b.” What word means the same as powerful? a. disappointed b. confused c. “Other stargazers and astronomers gaze through telescopes. “I was thrilled. climb 8. strong Presented by: Benilda Pelayo IV-BSEd English ___________
. caught c.What word means the opposite of forgot? a. large c. drop c. What is a synonym for close? a. count c. threw out 5. weak b. What word means the same as leap? a. study b.” Which word means the opposite of thrilled? a. shut c. found b. “Rabbits get around by using their powerful hind legs.” What does uncovered mean in the sentence? a. walk 10.” What does the word gaze mean? a. remembered b. buried c.
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