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City of Malolos Integrated School

(Formerly Malolos Elementary School) Malolos City, Bulacan

A Semi - Detailed Lesson Plan in English III


Date: January 20, 2014 (4 Sessions) Year and Section: Third Year (Athena, Artemis & Aphrodite) I. Specific Learning Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to: recall the different rules on subject verb agreement; analyze sentences through their previous knowledge of the rules on subject verb agreement; construct grammatically correct sentences; and, show honesty and discipline throughout the class discussion.

II. Content: Subject Matter: o Subject Verb Agreement References: o Mendez (2008). Making meaning II. Meycauayan City, Bulacan: Trinitas Publishing o http://www.grammarbook.com/grammar/subjectVerbAgree.as p Instructional Aids: o chalk and board o visual aids Methods Used: o Deductive Method III. Procedure: A. Daily Routine o Opening Prayer o Greetings o Checking of Attendance and Classroom Condition

B. Motivation BRAIN TEASERS o The teacher will present three questions / brain teasers to the class. Turn the word triangle into a word for a four sided space or courtyard. (QUADRANGLE) WEEK : MONTH : YEAR: (DECADE) Spell the plural of yourself. (Y-O-U-R-S-E-L-V-ES) SENTENCE ANALYSIS o The teacher will present a sentence (The dishes in the kitchen is dirty.) and she will ask the students whether the said sentence is correct or not.

C. Presentation After analyzing the sentence, the teacher will proceed on the recall of the rules on subject- verb agreement. The teacher will give the rules on subject verb agreement and examples of sentences which the students will analyze.

IV. Evaluation The students will be asked to answer a short activity on subject verb agreement.

Worksheet #: Name: Year and Section: INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the correct form of the verb that agrees with the subject. Underline your answer. (15 POINTS) 1. The causes of this horrible disease (are / is) poor diet and lack of exercise. 2. The noise of the fans screams (is / are) a problem at some football stadiums. 3. The legacy of Larry Bird and Magic Johnson (influences / influence) the NBA today. 4. The theory of physics (state / states) that all things are made of energy. 5. The malware on all the office computers (is / are) a danger to our security. 6. There (is / are) five broken chairs in the office. 7. Neither my mom nor my sisters (know / knows) proper grammar

8. The members of the committee (is / are) very esteemed in their respective fields. 9. The committee (meet / meets) in the fancy office building. 10. Scissors (is / are) too dangerous to give to small children. 11. The pair of scissors (is / are) in the drawer. 12. Every single one of your sweaters (is / are) too small for me to wear. 13. Your sweaters (is / are) too small for me to wear. 14. The couch and the recliner I bought at Goodwill (looks / look) a lot more expensive than they actually are. 15. There (is / are) only one way I can answer your question: Yes, I will marry you.

V. Assignment: The students will construct sentences using the following words/ phrases as the subject: o persons occupation o they o both parents o you o the men, together with the children

Prepared by:

RUTH KLARIBELLE C. VILLACERAN BSED 4 English

Checked and Evaluated by:

CEFERINO JR. A. ABATA Teacher I Cooperating Teacher English III