A Semi-detailed Lesson Plan for First Year Students Prepared by: Hamilton Macagne (Saint Louis University) The

Teaching Teacher (www.theteachingteacher.blogspot.com) Second Grading Week 6 TPO: At the end of the week, the students should be able to: Domain 1 A. write a narrative essay about the their most memorable event with their family; B. write their own prayer; Domain 2 C. appreciate the works of Lola Basiang and Tandang Sora by expressing the importance of their contributions; Domain 3 D. conclude that everyone can be a good citizen; and, Domain 7 E.utilize the used to form of verb. Week 6, Day 1 Learning Objectives Through a short story analysis, Honors for Aling Rosa, the students should be able to: A. conclude that everyone can be a good citizen in our own little way; B. share good actions that they have done; and, C. act out a three-minute Learning Content A.Subject Matter: Short Story Analysis: Honors for Aling Rosa by Andrea Amor Tablan B.Reference/s: Gabriel, J. & Martires, E.(2004).English 1:Based on the Basic Education Curriculum.Manila: St. Bernadette Publications, Inc. http://stp.ling.uu.se/~ starback/dcml/creator Learning Procedure A.Preparation: Motivation 1. Divide the class into three. 2. Present a game called Jigsaw Puzzle. Instructions: a. Arrange the puzzle to come up with a picture of a woman. b. Execute the “Excellent Clap” if you are done. c. The first to arrange the puzzle wins the game. 3. Post one arranged puzzle on the board. Evaluation Worksheet 1 Direction: The story tells us that we should act towards others as we want others act towards us. This is the Golden Rule. Put a check mark before the number if the action described is an application of the Golden Rule. If not, put an ex mark. Assignment Research about Simple Past Tense and answer the following in a whole sheet of paper to be submitted next meeting. 1. What is Simple Past Tense? Simple Past Tense is used to express activities that existed or occurred in the past. 2. How is it related to Simple Present

skit showing an act of kindness.

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http://emanila.com/lit erary/shortstories.ph p? subaction=showfull&i d=1165157676&archi ve=&start_from=&uc at=3& C.Material/s: - a picture of a blind woman -Worksheet 1 -copy of the story, Honors for Aling Rosa by Andrea Amor Tablan D.Key Concept/s: -Citizen is a person who belongs to a society. - Golden Rule states that we should act towards other as we want others to act toward us. E.Skill/s: - acting an example of a good deed

4. Describe the woman. - The woman is blind. She is old. B.Presentation: 1. Post the title of the selection. 2. Relate the picture to the title of the selection. a. Who do you think is Aling Rosa? - Aling Rosa is a blind woman who was given honors. b. What kind of honors was given to her? - She was given the honors of being a good citizen in their barrio. 3. Read the first three paragraphs. 2. Why did the Tiniente visit Aling Rosa? - The Tiniente visited Aling Rosa to inform her that she was voted as Model Citizen on the celebration of Citizen’s Week. 3. Describe her reaction during the visit. - She was flabbergasted. She blushed in shock. 4. What conclusions can you draw about the kind of person Aling Rosa was? Support your answer. - Aling Rosa was a good person. It is so because she will not be voted as Model Citizen on the celebration of Citizen’s Week if she is not a good person. 5. Read the succeeding seven paragraphs. 6. Describe Aling Rosa’s childhood.

√ 1. Ed tones down his raio so as not to disturb the people next door. √ 2. Ray-an falls in line in the bus stop. √ 3.Alex gives his seat on the bus to a man carrying a child. √ 4.Purita gave the umbrella she found in the room to the guidance counselor.  5. Bojie smokes on the bus; anyway the window is open.

Tense? Simple Present Tense is used to express activities that are not yet done, while Simple Past Tense is used to indicate that the activities are already done.

- Aling Rosa’s mother died when she was F.Value/s: born. She fell down the stairs when she was - Doing good to young and had her eye cut by a bamboo others will give us a stake. thousand folds of When her father remarried, she was blessings. Thus, we taken by her grandmother. should not do bad 7. Prove that her childhood experience did things to others for us not negatively affect her attitude in life. not to experience bad - Aling Rosa’s childhood did not negatively things also. affect her attitude in life because she has a keen and eager countenance that rose even above the blank stare of her injured eye. 8. Give examples of her acts of kindness. - Aling Rosa adopted twins two years ago. She gave her only savings to Aling Clara to take her ion a hospital and she also took care of the latter’s children. Some little acts of kindness she had done which were only known by their recipients are a gift of food to one, a loan of a couple of pesos to another, and an extension of credit to many. 9. Read the remaining paragraphs. 10. Is Aling Rosa deserving for the honors? Why? -Yes, because she had done several acts of kindness to people. C.Application: 1. Group the class into five. Instructions: a. Show a three-minute skit showing any act of kindness that you have done. b. Elaborate the skit after the presentation. Rubric: Content 10 Explanation 8

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D.Generalization: 1. Can we be good to others despite our simplicity and poorness in life? - Yes, we can be good to others no matter how simple we are and how poor we can be. Every one can be good to any one. 2. How can we be good to others? - We can be good to others by being good to ourselves first. In this way, we experience the feeling of being good to others. This simple action may definitely affect our actions towards others.

A Semi-detailed Lesson Plan for First Year Students Prepared by: Hamilton Macagne Week 6, Day 2 Learning Objectives Through supplying the sentences about Tandang Sora and Lola Basiang with Past Tense of Verb, the students should be able to: A. compare and Learning Content A.Subject Matter: Simple Past Tense B.Reference/s: Gabriel, J. & Martires, E.(2004).English 1:Based on the Basic Education Curriculum.Manila: Learning Procedure A.Preparation: Review 1.What is Present Tense? -Simple Present Tense is a tense that expresses action or state in the present time and is used of what is true at the time of speaking or is always true. 2. When is Simple Present Tense used? - They are used to express an action Evaluation 1. Distribute Worksheet 2. Worksheet 2 Direction: The following sentences are in their Present Tense. Change them to Simple past Tense. Assignment On a half sheet of paper, write a reflection about any contribution that you shared to the society. Submit it next meeting. Though I am just an ordinary student,

contrast the lives and achievement s of the two historical individuals; B. appreciate the works of the two by expressing the importance of their contributions; and, C. write a reflection regarding their own contribution to the society.

St. Bernadette Publications, Inc. Forlini, G. (1990a).Grammar and Composition 3. (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs,NJ:Prentice Hall. Forlini, G. (1990b).Grammar and Composition 4. (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs,NJ:Prentice Hall. http://rds.yahoo.com/ _ylt=A0PDoYAfEn5M5 SkAA3ejzbkF/SIG=13 7mp2hm1/EXP=1283 416991/**http %3a//www.cbc.ca/gfx /images/news/photos/ 2010/08/23/wphilippines-hostagertxsc.jpg

which happens at the present time, a habitual action, a general truth, and simple future time. 3. If Present Tense is used to express an action which happens at the present time, what do we use to express actions done in the past? - We use Past Tense to express actions done in the past. Motivation 1. Present a picture during the Quirino Grandstand Hostage-taking.

2. Describe the picture. - The picture shows the policemen trying to attack the bus where Sr. Insp. Mendoza, together with his hostages, was in. 3. What happened during this time? - Sr. Insp. Mendoza held tourists as C.Material/s: captives to ask the court for a restatement in - Worksheets 1 his extortion case. He killed eight people. In and 2 the end, he was also killed. 4. Who should we blame about this incident? D.Key Concept/s: - No one likes the incident. However, we -Simple Past cannot blame anyone for it. We should blame Tense is used to Sr. Insp. Mendoza because he is not in his express activities that right mind during the incident. existed or occurred in

1. I know your problem. I knew your problem. 2. The noise sounds like thunder. The noise sounded like thunder. 3. The woman wears veils. The woman wore veils. 4. The days seem too long. The days seemed too long. 5. I find him boring. I found him boring. 6. The actor’s performance is brilliant. The actor’s performance is brilliant. 7. He needs help. He needed help. 8. They want to quit. They wanted to quit. 9. Mel writes short stories. Mel wrote short stories. 10. They tell me the latest news in town. They told me the latest news in town.

I can say that I have contributed much to the society. I am an active member of organizations which aims to protect Mother Earth. I already joined several tree plantings and cleaning of canals. Aside from this, I am also a member, and even an officer, of our Youth Organization at church. I help in spreading the Word of God.

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B. Presentation: 1. Write, on the board, the verbs used during the participation about the Quirino Grandstand incident. E.Skill/s: shows attack was - comparing and held ask killed contrasting the lives likes blame is and achievements of 2. What verbs are in their Present Form? Tandang Sora and - The verbs that are in their Present Form Lola Basiang are: shows, attack, ask, blame, and is. 3. What verbs are not in their Present Tense? F.Value/s: - The verbs that are not in their Present -Helping other Tense are: was, held, and killed. people, especially our 4. If they are not in their Present Tense, what countrymen, is an act tense are they in? of patriotism. Thus, - These verbs are in their Simple Past we should not employ Tense. crab mentality to our 5. What is Simple Past tense? fellow Filipinos. - Simple Past Tense is used to express -Telling stories is activities that existed or occurred in the past. imparting knowledge 6. What are the Types of Verbs? because it shows - There are two Types of Verbs. They are reality and lessons in the Regular and Irregular Verbs. life. Therefore, we 7. What are Regular Verbs? should share stories -Regular Verbs are verbs that form their to any one, especially past tense by just adding –d or –ed to the to the younger present form of the regular verb. generation, for them 8. Can you give examples of Regular Verbs? to learn. walk-walked like-liked kill-killed ask-asked 9. What are irregular verbs? -Irregular verbs are verbs that form their past tense through the following: a. change the vowel or/and the consonant b. change the whole word c. make no change at all.

10. Can you give examples of Irregular Verbs? sell-sold go-went cut-cut is-was C.Application: 1. Distribute Worksheet 1. Worksheet 1 Direction: Complete the following sentences with the Past Form of the verb in the parenthesis. Tandang Sora 1. Melchora Aquino grew (grow) up in Balintawak. 2. She knew (know) no other world in her youth, in her maturity and old age. 3. During the revolution, she took (take) care of the wounded Katipuneros and fed (feed) them. 4. She opened (open) he home to them. 5. She open spoke (speak) to their Supremo, Andres Bonifacio. 6. She always gave (give) him something for his thirst and perhaps a bite to eat. 7. She had (have) many secret places to hid (hide) Bonifacio’s men. 8. The civil Guards arrested (arrest) her. 9. They accused (accuse) her of disloyalty to the King of Spain. 10. They burnt (burn) her home.

Lola Basiang 1. Severino Reyes used (use) Lola Basiang

as his pen name. 2. He wrote (write) stories for children because his own children loved (love) stories. 3. When his children grew (grow) up he realized (realize) that he would have many grandchildren. 4. He decided (decide) to write stories for Liwayway Magazine. 5. He began (begin) to write these stories in 1925. 6. He wrote (write) them unfailingly. 7. They was (be) stories that Reyes remembered (remember) from his youth. 8. Most of these stories was (be) those of kings, princes and simple men. 9. Many stories had (have) lessons for children to remember. 10. The name of Lola Basiang became (become) the by-word of every home. 2. What are the contributions of Tandang Sora? -Tandang Sora took care of the Filipinos during the world war. 3. What about Lola Basiang? - Lola Basiang wrote several stories. 4. What are the similarity and the difference of the two? - Both gave important contributions to the Filipinos. Tandang Sora gave service during the world war, while Lola Basiang gave his talent. D.Generalization: How do we express actions that are already done? -We express actions that are already

done by using the Past Tense of the verb. It denotes that actions are already done and over.

A Semi-detailed Lesson Plan for First Year Students Prepared by: Hamilton Macagne Week 6, Day 3 Learning Objectives Through the song, Kapaligiran by Asin, the students should be able to: A. utilize the used to form in writing their own sentences about their childhood and the environment; B. propose measures in taking care of the environment; and, C. write comments to the given statements. Learning Content A.Subject Matter: Past Tense: The habitual Past-The Used to Form B.Reference/s: Gabriel, J. & Martires, E.(2004).English 1:Based on the Basic Education Curriculum.Manila:St. Bernadette Publications, Inc. http://www.englishpa ge.com/verbpage/use dto.html http://htmlhelp.com/f aq/html/forms.html http://www.seeklyrics .com/lyrics/Asin/Masd an-Mo-AngLearning Procedure A.Preparation: Motivation 1. Play the song Kapaligiran by Asin. 2. What is the message of the song? -The song gives a clear comparison of the world before and the world at present. 3. What are the things that were present before but not now? -The environment used to have clean air, clear water and blue sky. It used to have several trees. But now, the water and the sky are black. The wind is unclean. There are no birds flying because there are no trees anymore. B.Presentation: 1. Present their answers on the third question. -The environment used to have clean air, clear water and blue sky. It used to have several trees. But now, the water and the sky are black. The wind is unclean. There are no birds flying because there are no trees anymore. Evaluation 1. Distribute Worksheet 2. Worksheet 2 Recalling the Past Directions: A. Name five things that you used to do when you were in Grade school. 1. I used to eat a bag of gums a day. 2. I used to watch Filipino movies every Saturday. 3. I used to have a coloring book. 4. I used to play bicycle. 5. I used to cry whenever my mom does not give me what I want. Assignment On a half sheet of paper, list 10 bad actions that you were doing before but not now. Write your realization on the back of the paper. 1. I used to cheat. 2. I used to shout at my mom. 3. I used to meddle with my brother. 4. I used to hurt my younger sister. 5. I used to get some amount of money from my father’s pocket without permission. 6. I used to kick our dog without any reason.

Kapaligiran.html C.Material/s: -Worksheets 1 and 2 D.Key Concept/s: The Used to form indicates a habitual action which was true in the past but no longer true at present.

2. Study the first two sentences. a. What do the first two statements convey? - The two statements convey the presence of clean air, clear water, blue sky and several trees before. These are not present now. b. What can you say about the structure? - They both have used to. 3. What is the used to form? - The Used to form indicates a habitual action which was true in the past but no longer true at present. 4. How do we use the used to form? - We use the form by adding used to before the basic form of the verb. 5. When do we use used to form? - We use used to form when we state things that we do before which we do not do ate present. We also use it to express the presence of something before which is absent now. 6. Give other examples. - I used to learn Tae Kwon Do when I was Grade 4. - I used to bike around our backyard. - I used to play patintero when I was young. C.Application: Form groups with five members each. Worksheet 1 How Times Have Changed Direction: Give a comment to the first statement by using the “used to form”. 1. Christopher de Leon plays father roles in films.

E.Skill/s: - analyzing the effects of the activities of man to the environment F.Value/s: - Protecting Mother Earth means protecting ourselves for we are living on Earth. Thus, we should take care of our environment for our own protection.

B. Name five things abundant in the environment then that are rarely seen or no longer seen today. 1. Burnham Park used to have several visitors. 2. Camp John Hay used to have numerous trees. 3. We used to have several virgin forests. 4. We used to have no problems in garbage disposal. 5. Baguio used to be very cool place.

7. I used to eat all our chocolates in the fridge. 8. I used to go home late. 9. I used to watch TV all night. 10. I used to drink several bottles of soda in one day. I realized that I was too bad before. Thankfully, I have changed. I promise not to do these things that I had done in the past.

He used to be a teenage idol. 2. Margie has a slim figure. She used to be fat. 3. Gas costs much nowadays. It used to be very cheap. 4. Bobby drives Mercedes Benz. He used to walk long distance. 5. The Philippines is a free country. It used to be colonized by Spain and America. 6. Aling Caring wears expensive jewelries. She used to wear nothing. 7. Women go to church without covers on their head. Women used to go to church with their head covered. 8. The Pasig River is being cleaned now. The Pasig River used to be clean. 9. Eggs sell at Php 4 a piece. Eggs used to be free. 10. The Riveras live in a two-storey house. They used to live in a bungalow. D.Generalization: How is the Used to form different from Simple Present Tense? -Simple Present Tense denotes an action done in the past. Used to form is under the umbrella of Past Tense which denotes a habitual action in the past.

A Semi-detailed Lesson Plan for First Year Students Prepared by: Hamilton Macagne Week 6, Day 4 Learning Objectives Through an analysis of a folktale, The Ignorant Poor Man and the Priest, the students should be Learning Content A.Subject Matter: Folktale Analysis: The Ignorant Poor Man and the Priest B.Reference/s: Learning Procedure A.Preparation: Motivation 1. Show a video clip of the song The Prayer. 2. What can you say about the presentation? -The presentation shows different situations of people around the world. Evaluation 1. Construct a poem about prayer. Rubric: Content Organization 10 5 Assignment 1. Cut at least three pictures showing incidents which usually cause people to pray. 2. Paste them on a

able to: A. give different definitions of the word God; B. defend why do people have different views of prayer; and, C. write their own poem about prayer.

Eugenio, D.L.(1989). Philippine Folk Literature: The Folktales. Quezon City:UP Folklorist. Arciaga,M.L., Azarcon, T. &Ceniza, E.L.Literatures of the Philippines (Literature 1). Baguio City:SLU Printing Press. http://wiki.answers.co m/Q/Who_knows_the_ folktale_The_Ignorant _Poor_Man_and_The_ Priest C.Material/s: - a copy of the folktale, The Ignorant Poor Man and the Priest -laptop -projector

3. Do you pray? -Yes. -Sometimes. 4. When do you pray? - I pray every night and every morning. - I pray every meal. - I pray whenever I need God. B. Presentation: 1.Distribute the copy of the folktale, The Ignorant Poor Man and the Priest 2. Read the folktale through your eyes. 3. What do you mean by devoutly, burst and pocket? -Devoutly is displaying reverence or piety. -Burst is the act of exploding. -Pocket means to put in one’s pocket. 4. Read the selection loudly. 5. How does the poor man interpret the priest’s sermon? -The poor man interpreted the priest’s sermon literally. 6. Why does the priest take an interest in the poor man? -The priest takes an interest in the poor man because the man prays daily. 7. What is the tenor of the poor man’s prayer? - The poor man is asking an exact amount of Php 100 to God.

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short bond paper. 3. Defend why people pray during these incidents.

Prayer Child, Adult Sincere, Liar Sacrificing, Endearing, Caring, Enduring Short, Long God

D.Key Concept/s: -Prayer is a means of getting to know God. -Gospel means the 8. What test does the priest spring on the good news. It is the poor man? words of God written -The priest gives Php90 instead of Php100 in the bible. which is the amount of money that the poor man is asking. E.Skill/s: 9. Do you think this story can happen in real

- analyzing the folktale, The Ignorant Poor Man and the Priest - writing a prayer F.Value/s: - Praying to God does not guarantee a life without problems. Initiative of man is also necessary in solving his own problems. Thus, if we want change, we should start it from ourselves and we should not depend on anyone.

life? Why? - Yes, it does happen to real life. People at present ask anything to God. They believe that it is only God can give them these things. 10. What does the story tell us about the way most Filipino pray? -Most Filipino pray for everything. They even want to receive the exact things they prayed. C.Application: 1. Construct a graphic organizer showing different definitions of God. 2. Give a short explanation. Rubric: Content 10 Organization 5 Neatness 5 Total 20 Problemsolver Abstract entity Reason of all things GOD evil

A friend things

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The graphic organizer shows five definitions of the word God. He is defined as problem-solver. He solves problems of people. He is also the reason of all things, may either be evil or not. He is a friend to many, especially to the children. He is also defined as an abstract entity by those people who need Divine intervention. D.Generalization: How should we view the word of God? -The words of God should be viewed connotatively and never literally. The real meaning of the gospel will never be experienced if we view it as is.

A Semi-detailed Lesson Plan for First Year Students Prepared by: Hamilton Macagne Week 6, Day 5 Learning Objectives Through an Learning Content A.Subject Matter: Learning Procedure A.Preparation: Evaluation Assignment On a whole sheet of

analysis of a narrative paragraph from Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, the students should be able to: A. explain the importance of narrative writing compared to descriptive writing; B. share their experiences on swimming; and, C. write a narrative article regarding their most memorable experience in life.

Narrative Writing B.Reference/s: Forlini, G. (1990a).Grammar and Composition 3. (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs,NJ:Prentice Hall. Forlini, G. (1990b).Grammar and Composition 4. (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs,NJ:Prentice Hall. http://www.thewriting site.org/resources/ge nre/narrative.asp C.Material/s: - a copy of a narrative paragraph from Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms D.Key Concept/s: Narrative Writing focuses on telling a series of related events with graphic language. E. Skill/s: - writing a narrative article - differentiating narrative and

Review 1.What is descriptive writing? - Descriptive writing is a way of constructing an article by creating a vivid picture of the situation or setting. 2.What is the importance of descriptive writing? - Descriptive writing is important because it describes a situation with vividness. It does not mislead that would cause confusion. It clears everything to the mind. Motivation 1. Who are watching Maala-ala Mo Kaya? - We are. 2. Who is listening to DJ Bono every Sunday? - We are listening to DJ Bono. 3. What do they do? - They narrate stories about people. 4. Call volunteers to narrate their adventure when they came to school. - I woke up at 5:30 in the morning. I ate my breakfast. I brushed my teeth and took a bath afterwards. Lastly, I waited for a cab. - I woke up at 6:00 AM. Our nanny already cooked our food. I immediately ate my breakfast. I brushed my teeth. I asked my nanny to prepare my things in school while I took a bath. After checking my things, I waited for my father and my brother at our car.

Worksheet 1 Direction: Arrange the following events to come up with a narrative paragraph. Put a number on the blank provided.

paper, write a Narrative article about your most memorable experience. Submit it next meeting. My Memorable Experience I was so young when I experienced the most memorable birthday of my life. My birthday came just an ordinary day for me. It seemed that everyone is very busy in their own chores. No one even recognized my different aura that day. I did not tell my family members that it is my birthday. I just did my chores. I kept my feelings. I was hurt. In the middle of the day, my mom and my brothers went out. They left all alone in our home. The pain in

B. Presentation: 1. Distribute a copy of a narrative paragraph from Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms.

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2. Read the story silently. 3. What do we mean by timber, eddy and F. Value/s: thrash? - Being with one’s -Timber is a wood. family is one of the -Eddy is the swirling of a fluid and the most memorable reverse current created when the fluid flows moments for you are past an obstacle. protected and loved. -Thrash means to beat with or as if with a Hence, we should flail. value each moment 4. Read the paragraph loudly. we are with them. We 5. What did you observe on the situation should be thankful for portrayed in the paragraph? having them. -The situation is a narration of a person’s experience in a shore. 6. How can you say that it is a narration of experience? - It is so because the person just tells the things that he/she experienced during that event. 7. What do we call this kind of writing which simply narrates an event? - This kind of writing which simply narrates an event is called Narrative Writing. 8. What is Narrative writing? - Narrative writing focuses on telling a series of related events with graphic language. 9. What are the steps that we should follow in writing a Narrative? C.Application: 1. Imagine that you are invisible in a day to your loved ones and that you have all the time to do everything you want to do. 2. Based from your imagination, construct a narrative essay narrating your experience Rubric: Content 10

my hurt turned to be agony. Hours have passed and no one came. Darkness clothed the sky but still, I was alone. I wept profusely and finally slept. Music woke me up. I rose and was amazed by the presence of people that surrounded me. They were all singing a “Happy Birthday.”

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D.Generalization: What is the importance of Narrative writing compared to descriptive writing? -While Descriptive writing describes a situation with vividness, Narrative writing narrates an experience chronologically.

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