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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region IV-A CALABARZON
Division of Lipa City
Bulacnin National High School
Bulacnin, Lipa City
Learning Plan in English 9
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Objectives
At the end of the lesson the learners will be able to:
Distinguish Prose from Poetry
Give the types and examples of poetry and prose
Analyze the importance of knowing poetry from prose
Subject Matter
Topic
: Poetry vs. Prose
References
: Anglo-American Literature 9 pgs. 193-194
Materials
: Power Point Presentation
Learning Activities
Daily Routine
Prayer
Greetings
Checking of Attendance

Teachers Activity
ACTIVITY
The students will be group into two they are
going to determine if the words belong to
Poetry or Prose.
The group who will have the highest
correct answer will have an additional two
points in the short quiz.

Students Activity

Prose
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Short Story
Novel
Essay
Lyric
Narrative
Dramatic
Simple
Song
Sonnet
Elegy
Ode
Ballad
Metrical Romance
Epic
Dramatic Monologue
Soliloquy
Character Sketch

Fiction
Non-Fiction
Short Story
Novel
Essay

Poetry
Lyric
Narrative
Dramatic
Simple
Song
Sonnet
Elegy
Ode
Ballad
Metrical Romance
Epic
Dramatic
Monologue
Soliloquy
Character Sketch

The students will analyze the example of prose


and poetry.
Art Camp
Im worried about art camp. I wont know
anyone there, Brian said.
Dont worry about it, his mom said. Youll
see. Itll be fine.
When Brian walked into the camp meeting
room, he swallowed hard. Most of the tables
were full of kids talking and laughing with
each other. There was only one spot open, and
it was at a table way in the back.
There were three other kids at the tableAlex,
Kenya, and Mike. They all knew each other,
but they were happy to talk to Brian, too. Brian
no longer felt nervous. By the time he went
home, he knew he had a new set of friends for
the summer.
Marys Canary
Mary had a pretty bird,
Feathers bright and yellow,
Slender legsupon my word
He was a pretty fellow!
The sweetest note he always sung,
Which much delighted Mary.
She often, where the cage was hung,
Sat hearing her canary.
What do you think is the difference between
Prose and Poetry?

ANALYSIS
What is a Prose?

What are the two Types of Prose?


What is a Fiction?
Give examples of fiction.

It is a literary piece which is written in the


pattern of ordinary spoken language and within
the common flow of conversation.
Fiction and Non-Fiction
It is a series of imagined facts which shows
truths about human life.
Short Story brief, artistic form of prose

which centered on a major or main incident.


Novel a more extensive form of prose which
is elastic and can expand to hundreds of pages.
What is a non-fiction?
These are literary works that are based mainly
on facts rather than on the imagination.
Give example/s of non-fiction.
Essay a composition with moderate length,
usually expository in nature.
What is Poetry?
It refers to those expressions in verse, with
measures, rhymes, lines, stanzas and
melodious tones.
What are the Types of Poetry?

What is Lyric Poetry?

Give examples of Lyric Poetry.

What is Narrative Poetry?


Give examples of Narrative Poetry.

What is Dramatic Poetry?

Give examples of Dramatic Poetry.

Lyric Poetry
Narrative Poetry
Dramatic Poetry
In earlier days, it was meant to be sung to the
accompaniment of a musical instrument known
as lyre.
a. Simple Lyric embraces a wide variety of
poems and is characterized by subjectivity,
imagination, melody and emotion.
b. Song short lyric poem which has a specific
melodious quality and is intended to be sung
c. Sonnet a poem expressing of 14 lines with
a formal rhyme
d. Elegy a poem expressing lament or grief
for the dead.
e. Ode most splendid type of lyric poetry that
expresses a noble feeling with dignity.
It tells a story following an order of events.
a. Ballad short simple narrative poem
composed to be sung and is orally told from
one generation to another
b. Metrical Romance a long rambling love
story in verse which is centered on the
adventures of knights and lords, and their royal
ladies during the age of chivalry.
c. Epic a long, majestic narrative poem
which tells the adventures of a traditional hero
and the development of a nation.
It has the elements that are closely related to
drama because it is written in dramatic form or
makes use of a dramatic technique.
a. Dramatic Monologue a combination of
drama and poetry which presents the speech of
a character in a particular situation at a critical
moment.

b. Soliloquy passage spoken by the speaker


in a poem of a by the character in a play except
that there is no one present to hear him except
the audience or the reader.
c. Character Sketch poem which the writer is
concerned less with complete or implied
matters of a story, but rather with arousing
sympathy or antagonism for, or some interest
in an individual
ABSTRACTION
Group Activity
In a manila paper differentiate Prose and
Poetry.
Criteria

Poetry

Prose

Structure
Measurement
Language Use
Rhyme

APPLICATION
1. It refers to those expressions in verse,
with measures, rhymes, lines, stanzas
and melodious tones.
2. It is a literary piece which is written in
the pattern of ordinary spoken language
and within the common flow of
conversation.
3. These are literary works that are based
mainly on facts rather than on the
imagination.
4. It is a series of imagined facts which
shows truths about human life.
5. It tells a story following an order of
events.
6. In earlier days, it was meant to be sung
to the accompaniment of a musical
instrument known as lyre.
7. It has the elements that are closely
related to drama because it is written in
dramatic form or makes use of a
dramatic technique.
8. Types
9.
of Prose
10. Types
11. of
12. Poetry
13. Example of Fiction
14. Example of Non-Fiction
15. Example of Lyric Poetry

1. Poetry
2. Prose

3. Non- Fiction
4. Fiction
5. Narrative Poetry
6. Lyric Poetry
7. Dramatic Poetry

8. Non- Fiction
9. Fiction
10. Narrative Poetry
11. Lyric Poetry
12. Dramatic Poetry
13. Short Story/ Novel
14. Essay
15. Simple Lyric /Song/ Sonnet / Elegy/

Ode

Prepared by:
EMELISA S. LABUGA
Practice Teacher
Checked by:
CHERRYL R. ARANDA
Cooperating Teacher