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LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH VIII

JUNE 28, 2016 TUESDAY

I.
Objective
Use parallel structures
EN8G-Ic-7
Building harmony
II. Subject Matter
A. Topic: Parallel structures
B. References: Yu, Pilar R. (2015). Essential English. Quezon City: Rex Printing Inc. (Learners
Module)
C. Time Allotment: 1 hour
D. Instructional Materials: Laptop, Projector, PowerPoint, Chalkboard, Lapel
E. Concept:

Parallelism, also known parallel structures, can add fluidity and power to your writing. This involves
presenting your thoughts in an orderly manner so that your reader can easily follow your thoughts. It
uses the same pattern of words to show that two or more ideas have the same level of importance.
This can happen at the word and phrase level.
Use parallelism in single words and phrases, such as:
1. Verb or Verb Phrases - (e.g. My sister walks and runs in the Plaza.)
(Romeo cooked the foods, washed the plates and watered the plants.)
2. Adjective - (e.g. Mark is an industrious and helpful boy.)
3. Adverb or Adverbial Phrases - (e.g. Rose dances gracefully and happily.)
(The groups meets at night and on weekends.)
4. Gerund or Gerund Phrases (-ing form of the verb)
(e.g. Maria loves dancing, swimming and singing.)
(Joshua enjoys playing volleyball, singing love songs and baking cakes.)
5. Infinitive or Infinitive Phrases (e.g. Jason likes to read and to write.)
(Dave loves to watch TV, to listen radio and to play computer games.)

III. Learning Procedure

A. Routine
1. Prayer
2. Energizer
3. Checking of Attendance
4. Checking of Assignment
B. Review of the Past Lesson
Review about sensory images.
C. Vocabulary Development
1. faade (fa-sd)
n. - the front of a building (atubangan)
2. rendezvous (rn-di-v)
n. - a meeting place (meetinganan)
3. abattoir (a-b-twr)
n. a slaughter house (ihawan)
D. Motivation
4 Pics, q X
Guide questions: Identify the picture which does not belong to the group.
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E. Presentation
Today, we will learn about Parallelism. Our Objective for today is: Use Parallel Structures
F. Lesson Proper
F.1. Activity

Activity 1. Make it Similar


Directions: Make the guide words, enclosed in parenthesis, similar or parallel to
the series of words/phrase.
E.g. (read) a. writing, painting, ________.
Answer: reading

(run) 1. to walk, to jump, ________


(sing) 2. dancing, acting, ________
(cook) 3. washed, cleaned, _______
(quick) 4. immediately, carefully, _______
(take) 5. will make, will buy, _______

Activity 2: Directions: Change the underlined unparalleled word into the

correct parallel structure.


E.g. I love to sing, to dance and painting.
Answer: to paint
1. Amy loves chatting online friends, playing computer games and
to watch YouTube videos.
2. To stop, to look and listen is important when driving.
3. He talks sweetly, softly and fluent.
4. Yesterday, I studied my lessons, answered the homework and
check my notes.
5. The girl is beautiful, respectful and has many thoughts.

Activity 3: Given the meta-strips with words, put it on the board to its
corresponding category as VERB, ADVERB, ADJECTIVE, GERUND, or
INFINITIVE.

F.2. Analysis
With the words we have presented as examples in each categories a while ago,
how can you define Verb? Adverb? Adjective? Gerund? Infinitive?

F.3. Abstraction

3.1 Lecture-discussion will be conducted by the teacher on the Parallelism.


3.2 Interaction
Self-awareness Statement: Building harmony
Guide questions:
1. Just like parallelism, why do we need to build harmonious
relationship with others?
2. How can you say that somebody is having harmonious
character?
F.4. Application
Mechanics:
1. You will be grouped into four.
2. Choose one writer and reporter in each group.
3. Have at least 5 sentences in parallelism.
Group 1: Describe the pictures given using parallelism.
Group 2: Have a simple conversation using parallelism.
Group 3: Short pantomime using parallelism.
Group 4: Write a short poem in any topics using parallelism.

Table 1. Rubrics in the presentation of outputs.


RUBRICS

Cooperati
on

All students
cooperated

1 student is
not
cooperating

2 students
are not
cooperating

3 students
are not
cooperating

Accuracy

All answers
are correct

Has 1
wrong
answer

Has 2 wrong
answers

Has 3 or
more wrong
answers

4 or more
students
are not
cooperatin
g
Has no
answer

IV. Assessment

Directions: Use parallel structures in constructing correct word or phrase to make the
sentence complete. Guide words is given before the number.
E.g. (correct) Romeo answered the test quickly, thoroughly and ___________.
Answer: correctly
(convince) 1. Politicians are good in motivating, captivating and __________ people.
(die) 2. To love, to care, and __________ for our country is nationalism.
(respect) 3. Filipinos are hospitable, responsible and _________ people.

(wise) 4. We must vote honestly, correctly and __________.


(educate) 5. Social media informs, instructs and __________ people.

V. Agreement
Topic:

Skimming

Guide questions:

1. How to skim?

Reference

LM Rex pp. 15-19

Remarks
No. of Learners within mastery level:
No. of Learners needing
remediation/reinforcement:
Class Proficiency Level:
Other Activities for Remediation:

Reflections
Strengths

Prepared by:

Weaknesses

Checked and observed by:

PAUL JAMES G. LUZON


SST-1

ESTELA A. SUAREZ
Department Head