A Lesson Plan in English using LEA

I. Objectives At the end of this lesson, the students are expected to: 1. identify verbs used in the sentences, 2. narrate past actions of their experiences; and 3. be sensitive of others’ ideas and experiences.

II. Subject Matter A. Topic Author : : Narrating Past Actions English Expressways, p.34-36 Eugenia Gordon, Remedios Nery, Virginia Bermudez

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B. Materials :

Strips of Cartolina Whiteboard Marker

Newsprint

III. Procedure A. Preliminary Activity Do you believe with the adage that the past should already be forgotten? Is everything in the history worth remembering? People live with experiences. Every portion of it leaves a mark in each of us no matter how small it seems. With that, I want you to choose among the options I will provide. (Students now share thoughts and ideas while the teacher writes them on the word verbatim.) B. Lesson Proper Teacher’s Activity From the sentences you have constructed and the story composed, let us take a look on the verbs we have used. Student’s Activity

let us study these examples. Tenses are past. Yet one of these two actions was completed ahead of another. etc. entered in the room. the one which happened first is the ringing of the bell.Okay. notice that unlike the first two sentences. most of the verbs on the board denote past actions. Then with these verbs. If you will observe. Who can read the first one? In the sentence. identify its tenses. future. This morning. and the entering of students. Please read the next sentence. The two actions. The bell had rung when the students How would you communicate an action or condition completed ahead of another past action? To answer this. Who can read the last sentence? The teacher had prepared her board work before the students arrived. Both of them happened in the past yet one of them is completed ahead of the other. The students had sat when the principal came. In this sentence. By the way. what are the actions? You are right. Thank you. In this sentence. Here. I will discuss the differences in expressing some things that occurred in the past. the word . marked by verbs had rung and entered. present. are both past actions. let us enumerate the tenses of verbs. we have two actions: The ringing of the bell. The sitting of the students and coming of the principal.

Here are some points on past perfect tense:  The past perfect tense has two forms: a. (write) 1. . Going back in the sentence. a gain we have two actions.g. The continuous form: had been + verb – ing e.used is “before”. construct sentences in the past perfect tense. IV. Assignment Give the past perfect tense of the verbs. The ordinary form: had + past particple of the verb b. So here. prepared. Words such as had is used with the past participle of the verb to denote the earlier of two actions. we have the word had prior to the verb. We had been discussing this great achievement before he gave his suggestion. Filipino community. Evaluation On the board is a cartoon based on a typical. Jose Rizal ________ Noli Me Tangere before he worked on the El Filibusterismo. V. When and before are time expressions we are using with the past perfect tenses of verbs. the presentation of the teacher was completed before the arrival of students. In the action of the teacher. From here.

she_______ it to the wrong person. Lutao BSEd 2-N1 BUCE .(leave) (give) (study) 2. When I asked for the receipts. 3. Prepared by: Katrin B. Before you arrived. (perform) 5. Nita decided to get a job after she ________ a two-year secretarial course. The students_______ on stage before their parents came to see them. 4. the participants_________ the library.

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