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District of Malvar

SAN JUAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


San Juan Malvar Batangas
Lesson Plan in ENGLISH
Petsa: August 5, 2013
Oras:
I. Objectives:
Identify how to use the different Wh-questions appropriately
Recall the important details of the story through pictures
II. Subject Matter
Topic: Answering Wh-questions
Patintero by Dali Soriano, (UBLS, p.33-34)
References: K to 12 Curriculum Guide
Materials: pictures
Value Focus: friendliness
III. Procedure:
1. Presentation:
Explain how to use the Wh-questions through pictures.
Ask the children what street game they usually play and how do they
do it?
2. Motive Question:
Ask: Who are the characters in the story?
3. During Reading:
Read the comic strip with the children.
Show picture of the characters in the story Patintero.
Ask: If you want to know the characters in the story, what question will
you ask?
If you want to know what game the children are playing,
what question will you
ask? And if you want to know when and
where the story happened, what
question will you ask?
4. Generalization:
Who is used when asking about a person
What is used when asking for information about something
What is used when asking about time
Where is used when asking about place
5. Guided Practice: (Refer to LM, p. 96)
Look at the pictures, then ask a question.

IV. Evaluation
Answer the following questions
1. If you want to know the name of a person, what question will you ask?
________________________________________________
2. How will you ask your sister if you want to know where your parents are?
________________________________________________
V. Agreement:
Write your own questions using where, when, what, who

District of Malvar
SAN JUAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Juan Malvar Batangas
Lesson Plan in ENGLISH
Petsa: August 6, 2013
Oras:
I. Objectives:
Identify how to use the different Wh-questions appropriately
Recall the important details of the story through pictures
II. Subject Matter
Topic: Answering Wh-questions
Patintero by Dali Soriano, (UBLS, p.33-34)
References: K to 12 Curriculum Guide
Materials: pictures
Value Focus: friendliness
III. Procedure:
1. Presentation:
Explain how to use the Wh-questions through pictures.
Ask the children what street game they usually play and how do they
do it?
2. Motive Question:
Ask: Who are the characters in the story?
3. During Reading:
Read the comic strip with the children.
Show picture of the characters in the story Patintero.
Ask: If you want to know the characters in the story, what question will
you ask?
If you want to know what game the children are playing,
what question will you
ask? And if you want to know when and
where the story happened, what
question will you ask?
4. Generalization:
Who is used when asking about a person
What is used when asking for information about something
What is used when asking about time
Where is used when asking about place
5. Guided Practice: (Refer to LM, p. 96)
Look at the pictures, then ask a question.

IV. Evaluation
Answer the following questions
1. If you want to know the name of a person, what question will you ask?
________________________________________________
2. How will you ask your sister if you want to know where your parents are?
________________________________________________
V. Agreement:
Write your own questions using where, when, what, who

District of Malvar
SAN JUAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Juan Malvar Batangas
Lesson Plan in ENGLISH
Petsa: August 7, 2013
Oras:
I. Objectives:
Recall the forms and use of personal pronouns I / We, You, He/She/They,
Identify personal pronouns used in dialogues
II. Subject Matter
Topic:Personal Pronouns
References: K to 12 Curriculum Guide
Materials: pictures
III. Procedure:
1. Pre-Assessment: (Refer to LM, p. 106)
I. Encircle the picture that begins with C as in
/k/, and underline if begins with C as in /s/.

2. Review:
Post pictures of person/persons and thing/things. Ask the pupils what
pronouns
can be used to substitute these nouns.
Example: picture of a boy, picture of a girl, things
Present the monologue below using personal pronouns - I / We, You,
He/She/They, It.
(Refer to LM, pp. 108-109)

Ask the pupils the following questions:

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1. What are the personal pronouns used in the monologue?


2. What nouns are substituted by these pronouns? (Do this line by line
dialogue)

3. Guided Practice:
Group the pupils into 4. Ask them to make a dialogue using personal
pronouns.
(Refer to LM, p. 110)
Each group will make a dialogue using personal
pronouns in introducing their family.
IV. Evaluation: (Refer to LM, p. 111)
Change the word or words in the parentheses ( ) with the correct pronouns he, she, or
they.Remember to begin your sentence with a capital letter. The first one was done for
you.
1. (Gloria and Roy) ________ went to the beach.
2. (The boy) ________ had many shells.
3. (Gloria) ________ found a star sh.
4. (Roy) ________ picked up a seaweed.
5. (Gloria) ________ will carry my basket of shells.
6. (Roy) ________ wants to jump into the water.
7. (Gloria and Roy) ________ should return the shells
to the beach.
8. (Gloria and the boy) ________ agreed.
V. Agreement:
Ask the children to introduce their family by using personal pronouns.

District of Malvar
SAN JUAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Juan Malvar Batangas
Lesson Plan in ENGLISH
Petsa: August 8, 2013
Oras:
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Petsa: August 9, 2013
Oras:
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District of Malvar
SAN JUAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Juan Malvar Batangas
Lesson Plan in ENGLISH
Petsa: August 13, 2013
Oras:
I. Objectives:
Recall the forms and use of personal pronouns I / We, You, He/She/They,
Identify personal pronouns used in dialogues
II. Subject Matter
Topic:Personal Pronouns
References: K to 12 Curriculum Guide
Materials: pictures
III. Procedure:
1. Pre-Assessment: (Refer to LM, p. 106)
I. Encircle the picture that begins with C as in
/k/, and underline if begins with C as in /s/.

2. Review:
Post pictures of person/persons and thing/things. Ask the pupils what
pronouns
can be used to substitute these nouns.
Example: picture of a boy, picture of a girl, things
Present the monologue below using personal pronouns - I / We, You,
He/She/They, It.
(Refer to LM, pp. 108-109)

of the

Ask the pupils the following questions:


1. What are the personal pronouns used in the monologue?
2. What nouns are substituted by these pronouns? (Do this line by line
dialogue)

3. Guided Practice:
Group the pupils into 4. Ask them to make a dialogue using personal
pronouns.
(Refer to LM, p. 110)
Each group will make a dialogue using personal
pronouns in introducing their family.
IV. Evaluation: (Refer to LM, p. 111)
Change the word or words in the parentheses ( ) with the correct pronouns he, she, or
they.Remember to begin your sentence with a capital letter. The first one was done for
you.
1. (Gloria and Roy) ________ went to the beach.
2. (The boy) ________ had many shells.
3. (Gloria) ________ found a star sh.
4. (Roy) ________ picked up a seaweed.
5. (Gloria) ________ will carry my basket of shells.
6. (Roy) ________ wants to jump into the water.
7. (Gloria and Roy) ________ should return the shells
to the beach.
8. (Gloria and the boy) ________ agreed.
V. Agreement:
Ask the children to introduce their family by using personal pronouns.