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A Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in Literature Year Level: First Year High School
Subject Matter: God said, “I Made a Man” by Jose Garcia Villa
Presented by: Maria Elena A. Gayamo IV-13 BSE English School: Las Piñas East National High School Cooperating Teacher: Ms. Mae Christine S. Diana Department Head: Mrs. Noralyn T. Lava School Principal: Ms. Phondora S. Capistrano College Supervisor: Prof. Acuña
Date: January 10, 2011
I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
Could you give some highlights on your writing career? . The man. Subject Matter A. pages 405-406 http://answers. God’s Seven-day Creation and Theory of Evolution poster.com/2008/09/01/god-said-i-made-a-man/ http://teacherweb. poster-making rubric III. uncomfortable with his wife’s unreasonable jealousy exclaimed. with the help of science. Hold your peace even for two minutes!” 2. Routine B. Pre-reading 1. “I am sick and tired of these argumentations. Unlocking of difficult terms Students give the definition of the following idiomatic expressions (underlined phrases) derived from the poem: a. and answers a two-question interview with the teacher. Author Interview One student pretends to be Jose Garcia Villa. Procedure A. Instructional Materials Costume and props for the author interview (Jose Garcia Villa). Show understanding of the theme through making a poster.yahoo. and Discover Philippine Literature as a means of having a better understanding of man II. “I made a man” by Jose Garcia Villa B.• • • Identify the images and sense impressions used in conveying the message of the poem. References English Communication Arts and Skills I. a. has taken chances to have the measure of God’s existence. Topic / Content God said. copy of the reading text.com/ME/JALeonardMiddleSchoolOldTown/Ecologywebquest/html C. Man. b.com/question/index?qid=20081015001434AA73Vyc http://philippinetambayan.
What was your inspiration in writing the poem. 3. “But so bright he. Does bright refer to literal meaning or does it connote a figurative meaning? Then so. (line 3)” In the third line. a. Making interpretations: Science and Faith The teacher presents a poster depicting God’s Seven-day Creation and Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. What images do lines 8 and 9 evoke in your mind? e. While Reading Poetry Aloud with Comprehension Questions Teacher reads the poem twice. Students note of the images used in the posters in giving their individual interpretations. What was God’s reaction to the behavior of the man of gold? g. Post Reading . “I Made a Man”? Students may also raise further questions to the author after the brief interview. God’s Seven-day Creation Darwin’s Theory of Evolution C. how would you picture the man? d. What does he/she talk about? c. Who is the person talking in the poem? b. Base on the images used. God describes His creation being so bright. and students look for the answers for the following questions. What do these images reflect about the man? Would you consider it as a sign of rebelliousness to his Creator? f. what is the message (theme) of the poem? D. God said.b.
visually organize student's work or be turned into learning games that help to teach and reinforce skills being taught in the classroom. . Posters may be used for many purposes. Lettering is kept at a minimum. They are a frequent tool of advertisers (particularly of events. Valuing a. a very clear expression of the idea or product being advanced. 2. Posters can be used to highlight vocabulary being taught. so that lines are generally simple and colors few and bold. It must be visible at a distance and comprehended in one glance. propagandists. Typically posters include both textual and graphic elements. In what ways does man turn against his Creator? b. who will monitor each member’s contribution to the group. although a poster may be either wholly graphical or wholly text. musicians and films). Discussion Images and Sensory Impressions Elements used in poems in order to rouse one or all of the five senses • • • • • Poster Visual (seeing) Auditory (hearing) Olfactory (smelling) Gustatory (tasting) Tactile (touching) A poster is any piece of printed paper designed to be attached to a wall or vertical surface. Decide on who will draw. Posters don't have to be just wall decoration. The art of poster design requires. Posters are colorful and inspiring works of art that draw student's attention to the subject being taught.1. Posters are designed to be both eye-catching and informative. IV. protestors and other groups trying to communicate a message. above all. Relate the story of Adam and Eve to the poem’s theme: Man’s rebellious nature can be concealed through a noble quest for wisdom. Elect a leader. Evaluation Making a Poster Form eight groups. color and make finishing touches to your group’s poster.
Have you tried testing Him (for example. Appendix .Be guided by the assessment rubric for evaluating a poster as you prepare for your task output. Present your poster to the class. blaming God for the mishaps in your life)? What was His answer to you? Recount your experience on a ½ crosswise. Agreement Think of your personal encounter with God. V.
And I said. ‘Wouldst murder me Who am thy Fountainhead!’ Then spoke he the man of gold: ‘I will not Murder thee! I do but Measure thee. 'Give thy name!' – 'Sir! Genius. He was handsome to behold! But in his hands held he a bow Aimed at me who created Him. he spun Himself to brightest Day Till he was all shining gold. Hold Thy peace!' And this I did.'" . And oh.GOD SAID. "I MADE A MAN” By Jose Garcia Villa God said. But I was curious Of this so regal head. "I made a man Out of clayBut so bright he.
away. The poster is attractive in terms of design. layout and neatness. Gayamo adapted from http://teacherweb. Many items of importance on the poster are clearly labeled with labels that can be read from at least 3 ft. away.htm . 3 All required elements are included on the poster. 2 All but 1 of the required elements is included on the poster. The poster is exceptionally attractive in terms of design. All graphics are related to the topic and most make it easier to understand. Graphics Relevance Graphics do not relate to the topic. The poster is acceptably attractive though it may be a bit messy. and neatness. All graphics are related to the topic and make it easier to understand. All items of importance on the poster are clearly labeled with labels that can be read from at least 3 ft. The poster is distractingly messy or very poorly designed. Labels are too small to view OR no important items were labeled. A. layout. All graphics relate to the topic. 1 Several required elements were missing.Poster-Making Rubric Group Number: _____ Date: _______________ CATEGORY Required Elements Labels 4 The poster includes all required elements as well as additional information. It is not attractive. Almost all items of importance on the poster are clearly labeled with labels that can be read from at least 3 ft. Attractiveness TOTAL: ___ / 20 M. away.com/ME/JALeonardMiddleSchoolOldTown/Ecologywebquest/page3.