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DE LA SALLE LIPA

Integrated School
Junior High School
Lesson Plan
Subject: English 7
Date: November 18, 2015
Topic: Figures of Speech
Prepared by: Eucel Jirah G. Leyesa
Objectives:
 Explain the importance of using Figures of Speech.
 Describe the characteristics of each figure of speech.
 Identify the figures of speech found in a text.
 Formulate figures of speech based on the given picture.
 Discuss the meaning and lesson of the song that was presented.
Lasallian Values:

Challenge learners to realize their full potential.
-Critical Thinkers
-Excellent Communicators

Materials:
 PowerPoint Presentation
 Visual Aid
 Audio
 Copy of the song “Fireworks” by Katy Perry
 Chalk and Board
References:
 Youtube.com
 Google Images.com
 Ribo, Lourdes, et.al.1998. Language in literature.Vibal Publishing House, Inc.
 Gill, A. and Dunne, A. unlocked memories: writing the story of your life. Retrieve
at file:///C:/Users/user/Desktop/FIGURES.html.
 http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/figure%20of
%20speechwww.proprofs.com › ... › English › Grammar › Figure Of Speech

DAILY ROUTINES
 Prayer
 Classroom Management
 Greetings

awe . Development What is Figure of speech? * a form of expression used to convey meaning or heighten effect often by comparing or identifying one thing with another that has a meaning or connotation familiar to the reader or listener. "Aah.  After the students have guessed the meaning. aah" As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby.PROCEDURE A. he may use or add something in writing which will add more beauty and variety to what he wish to say. A writer for example. show 'em what you're worth Make 'em go. *It can be a special repetition. “Fireworks” by Katy Perry Do you ever feel like a plastic bag Drifting through the wind. wanting to start again? Do you ever feel. One way of doing it is to use Figures of Speech. aah. arrangement or omission of words with literal meaning. accessories) then the students will guess the meaning of the hidden word which is O R N A M E N T. one blow from caving in? Do you ever feel already buried deep six feet under? Screams but no one seems to hear a thing Do you know that there's still a chance for you 'Cause there's a spark in you? You just gotta ignite the light and let it shine Just own the night like the 4th of July 'Cause. B. you're a firework Come on. plants. you're a firework Come on. let your colours burst Make 'em go. Preparatory Activity  Using a PowerPoint Presentation. these two questions will be asked: -Who has ornaments around their house? -What would your home be like without them? *This is similar with your expressions. I teacher will show pictures of different ornaments (Christmas. aah" You're gonna leave 'em all in awe. aah.  In order to introduce the types of Figures of Speech. feel so paper thin Like a house of cards. awe. baby. "Aah. Meaning. or a phrase with a specialized meaning not based on the literal meaning of the words. can ornament his work or not. the students will sing the song Fireworks by Katy Perry (Karaoke).

"Aah. "Aah.You don't have to feel like a wasted space You're original. your heart will glow And when it's time you'll know You just gotta ignite the light and let it shine Just own the night like the 4th of July 'Cause. moon. show 'em what you're worth Make 'em go. you're a firework Come on.“Just own the night like the 4th of July” & Maybe a reason why all the doors are closed so you could open one that leads you to the perfect road . let your colours burst Make 'em go. moon. boom. wanting to start again” “You gotta ignite the light and let it shinel” . awe Boom. boom. let your colours burst Make 'em go. aah.“Cause baby you’re a firework” -“As you shot across the sky” & Your heart will blow” . "Aah. you And now it's time to let it through-ough-ough 'Cause. awe Boom. baby. moon  The teacher will show the following lines from the song one at a time and ask the questions that follow: -“Do you ever feel like a plastic bag “ . you're a firework Come on. awe. boom Even brighter than the moon. aah" As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby. aah. aah. awe. cannot be replaced If you only knew what the future holds After a hurricane comes a rainbow Maybe a reason why all the doors are closed So you could open one that leads you to the perfect road Like a lightning bolt. you. moon. moon Boom. boom Even brighter than the moon. boom Even brighter than the moon. aah" As you shoot across the sky-y-y Baby.“boom boom boom" . aah. you're a firework Come on. aah" You're gonna leave 'em all in awe. baby. you're a firework Come on. boom.“Drifting through the wind. "Aah. aah" You're gonna leave 'em all in awe. show 'em what you're worth Make 'em go. moon It's always been inside of you.

which of those do you think refers to . Simile. and Assonance. Alliteration and Assonance) C.“Do you ever feel like a plastic bag “ Metaphor.“Said I'm so sick of love songs so sad and slow” (So Sick. with all things.“As you shot across the sky” & (Your heart will blow” Onomatopoeia. Generalization Figures of speech are form of expression used to convey meaning or heighten effect. what are those? What word was used to compare the things? Does it have a specialized / hidden meaning? Is there any repetition of sound? The teacher will introduce the Types of Figures of Speech: Simile. wanting to start again” Assonance. Ne Yo) Assonance.“tick tock on the clock but the party don’t stop" – (Tick Tock. Alliteration.“Drifting through the wind.“Just own the night like the 4th of July” &Maybe a reason why all the doors are closed so you could open one that leads you to the perfect road Hyperbole.“Skies are crying.“He got a one-hand feel on the steering wheel” (Our Song. Taylor Swift)  The teacher will also solicit examples from the students  The teacher will ask: If you were to group the figures of speech that we discussed.“You shoot me down but I won't fall I am titanium” (Titanium. . Demi Lovato) Metaphor. Catching teardrops in my hands” – (Skyscraper Onomatopoeia.    Questions: Are there things being compared? If yes. However. It can enhance writing by giving beauty and emphasis to what you are trying to say.“And when you smile.“You gotta ignite the light and let it shinel”  For more examples. Metaphor. Personification. Some examples of it are Simile. the whole world stops and stares for a while” – (Just the Way You Are. too much of things are bad so a writer must know how to use it well in order to avoid exaggeration which can annoy readers.“Cause baby you’re a firework” Personification. I am watching. Demi Lovato) Hyperbole. Contrast (Hyperbole) and Sound (Onomatopoeia. Bruno Mars) Personification.“I will be rising from the ground like a skyscraper “ (Skyscraper. Onomatopoeia. Kesha) Alliteration. Metaphor and Personification).“tick tack on the clock " Alliteration. the teacher will show other lines from Popular Songs. Hyperbole.Similarity (3) Contrast (1) Sound (3)? *Similarity (Simile.

Checked by: ____________________ Mr. Evaluation A painting of scenery will be shown to the students. Jose Macatangay Teacher-in-Charge ____________________ Ms. and the students will formulate Figures of Speech out of it.D. Rina Uy Cooperating Teacher .