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Republic of the Philippines

CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY


Silang, Campus
Biga I, Silang, Cavite

Detailed Lesson Plan (Final Demo)


Grade 9- English
Date: March 2016
Domain: Literary Skill, Viewing, Reading
I.

Specific Learning Competencies


A. Analyze literature as a means of connecting to the world
B. Explain how a selection may be influenced by culture, history, environment, or other factors

II.

Subject Matter
Theme:

DESPITE RACIAL DIFFERENCES

Topic:

Driving Miss Daisy Movie Adaptation based from Alfred Uhrys Play

Reference:

GRADE 9 LEARNERS MATERIAL, Module 3, Lesson 7


Despite Racial Differences pp. 375-390
www.youtube.com - Video
http://www.flreads.org/contest/ReadingPosterRubric.pdf - Rubrics

Instructional Materials: Laptop (Powerpoint, Video, Prezi (If Possible), timer (w/speaker))
Pictures for the short observation paper
Mini-theater (IM)
Puzzles and boards for Puzzle Wall
Teachers Activity

Students Activity

III.

Learning Tasks
A. Daily Routine
Prayer
Teacher: Can someone lead <<ONE OF THE STUDENTS WILL LEAD THE
us in prayer?

Greetings
Teacher: Good morning,
class!

PRAYER>>

ALL: Good morning, Sir Justine!

Classroom Management
Teacher: Kindly pick up all
of the trash under your
seats, and arrange your <<THE CLASS WILL COMPLY TO THE
INSTRUCTIONS>>>
chairs.

Checking of Attendance
Teacher: Ok, let us check
those who are present and
absent in todays class.
Whos absent in:
- GROUP 1?
- GROUP 2?
- GROUP 3?
- GROUP 4?

Carlota: Sir, were complete for Group 1.


Juancito: Sir, theres only 1 absent in our group,
hes Jeron Teng.
Recall
Ok, thank you, class, now, lets have a review of
the past lesson. What did we study last time?
Yes, Juancito?

Camille: Sir, there are 2 absentees in Group 3,


they are Nephi Manarpiis, and Daniela Vargas
Justin: Sir, we have no absent people in our

group.
What about the selection: WHILE THE AUTO
WAITS? What did we study about the piece?

*One of the students raised his hands.

Yes, Jefferson?
Juancito: Sir, we tackled about While the Driver
Awaits by O. Henry.
<<Jefferson raised his hand>>
Good one, Jefferson, now, what is the moral
lesson of the story?
Jefferson: Its about Mr. Parkenstacker talking to
Yes, Mika? Any learnings from the selection?

the young lady regarding people who are rich, and


why she hated to be one of them, because she
wanted to live a simple life.

Ok, thank you Mika, what a wonderful answer,


now, lets move on to another topic. First, we will <<Mika raised her hand>>
have vocabulary enrichment.
Mika: Sir, we have learned that MONEY CANT
BUY HAPPINESS, even it costs too much.

Vocabulary Enrichment PUZZLE WALL


THE STUDENTS WILL BE FORMING THE
PUZZLES

WITH

THEIR

RESPECTIVE

GROUPMATES FOR 2 MINS., AND THEY WILL


POST THE PICTURES ON THE BOARD, AND
DESCRIBE IT IN 5 WORDS FOR 1 MINUTE.

<<THE STUDENTS WILL GO TO THEIR


CHAUFFEUR A person whose job is to drive GROUPS, AND START FORMING THE PUZZLE,
people around in a car.

AND DESCRIBING THE WORDS FROM THE

TAXI CAB A car that carries passengers to a PUZZLE.>>


place for an amount of money that is based on the
distance travelled.
TOMBSTONE A gravestone seen in cemetery.
STINGY Not liking or wanting to give or spend
money.
EXAMPLE PICTURES (Note that these pictures
may change in the final output.)

All right, lets see the works of each and every one Carlota: Sir, its CHAUFFEUR. A person who
of you, lets start with the first group, what is the

sends people to places by car. The words that

word in that picture you formed?

describe it is: Driver, fetcher, wheel man, motorist,


and chaperone.

Ok, excellent, Carlota, how about the second Johnzel: Sir, a TOMBSTONE.
group? What is your word on the puzzle?
Ok, and what is a tombstone?

Johnzel: A tombstone is a stone seen in the


cemetery, with the name of the person who
passed away. Words that describe tombstone are:
Flower, cemetery, dead bodies, corpse, death

Good observation, Johnzel, what about Group 3?

Ynchausti: The word is STINGY sir.

And what is STINGY mean, Ynchausti?

Ynchausti: Sir, stingy means not liking, or not

wanting to give. The words that describe stingy


are: selfish, hate, greedy, boastful, pride.
Nice one, Ynchausti, what about the last group?

Flavio: Sir, its a taxi cab. Its sued to send people


to any parts of the area in a city or town. Taxi cab
is described as: car, transportation, machine,
automobile, and vehicle.

Very good, and a job well done, to all groups, now


let me give you another activity for todays lesson.
Before our next activity, I have a question: For
you, what is discrimination, in your own words?
In your own words, what is it, Carlota?

<<SOME OF THE STUDENTS RAISED THEIR


HANDS>>

Thank you, Carlota, how about you, Ted?

Carlota: Sir, discrimination is how we treat our


fellow people the bad way.

Great answer. Good insight, Ted, lets have the Ted: Discrimination is an act of disrespecting
last one, Manabat, your insights.

people in terms of race, gender, etc

Very good, Manabat. With these meanings, we all Manabat: Sir, discrimination is a crime committed
know what discrimination is, and it affects each by people who treated others badly.
and every one of us, now, let us do this activity
before we head to our lesson.

ACTIVITY

REVISITING DISCRIMINATION
The 4 groups will be analysing the 4 pictures <<The class will work for a short skit in 5 minutes
describing discrimination in:
-

RELIGION
RACE
DISABLED PEOPLE
GENDER

on their respective groups and the topics


designated for those groups. >>

They will plan their short play in just 5


minutes, and present it in only 2 minutes.
Ok, good job on your observation. Now, I have a
personal question for all of you.
ANALYSIS
Now class, why do we discriminate or hate
somebody? For what reason? Kindly give me 2

<<BALSE RAISED HIS HAND>>

Ok, your opinion, Patrick, what is it?


Balse: Sir, we hate somebody for a reason for that
person because he or she is doing something
wrong that can hurt somebodys feelings.
Thank you, Patrick, heres another question,
should we keep on hating or discriminating <<SANTOS RAISED HIS HAND>>
others?
Yes, Brendon?

Santos: Hate is our enemy, because if we keep on


hating others, it is like discriminating their
personality, and their uniqueness to others. We
shall respect one another, for it is the best way to

makes us feel we are appreciated by others.


Thank you for that nice answer, Santos, now, I did
give you copies of the movie Driving Miss Daisy.
Did you watch it?
Ok, well see if you know the whole story. Before ALL: Yes, sir!!!
anything else, lets find out who are the characters
of the story.
ABSTRACTION
Before anything else, whos the main character of <<CAROL RAISED HER HAND>>
the story?
Yes, Carol Cerveza, whos the main character?

Carol: Miss Daisy, sir.

Who is Miss Daisy?

Carol: Shes a rich woman in Atlanta, and she has


a son who owns the textile company.

Ok, kindly post the picture of Jessica Tandy on the <<RONALD RAISED HIS HAND>>
mountain, Carol, thank you, so Miss Daisy is the
main character of the story, in which at her age,
she can still do a lot of things that other old people
cant. Now, whos the next character?
Yes, Ronald?

Ronald: Hoke Coleburn. Hes the driver of Miss


Daisy hired by her son, Boolie. Hes an AfroAmerican, and a former dairy worker.

Great answer, Ronald! Now put this picture of <<RED RAISED HIS HAND>>

Morgan Freeman in the mountains. Class, hes


Hoke Coleburn in the story. Hes a friendly worker
who works for Miss Daisy, since Boolie noticed
that she cant drive the car anymore. And who is
Boolie?
Yes, Red? Whos Boolie in the film?

Red: Hes the son of Miss Daisy, and also the


owner of the Werthan Textile Industries.

Why did Boolie wanted to help her mother?

Red: Because she cant drive a car anymore, and


also, hes worried that her mother might lose
control of the car again if he buys a new one.

Thank you, Red, now, put this picture of Dan


Aykroyd on the mountain. Class, he played as
Boolie, a rich businessman in Atlanta, and the son
of Miss Daisy. He hired Hoke to be her mothers
driver, even she insisted that she can drive the car
by herself.
Now, lets have another activity, and that is ALL: Yes, sir!!!
GUESS THAT SCENE. This will check if you
really watched the movie. The group with the most
number of answers gets a prize. Ready?
GUESS THAT SCENE: The students of the 4
groups will guess what scene it is, and they
will have to explain it to the class. The group
with the most number of correct answers gets
the prize.
EXAMPLE:

Now, what is this scene all about?

<<ALL OF THE STUDENTS RAISED THEIR


HANDS>>

Group 1, who can answer?

Carlota: Me!!!

Carlota: Sir, Miss Daisy decided that shell take


the car, since Hoke suggested that hell take her
Yes, Carlota, what is this scene of the film?

to the store.

Good work, Carlota!!! Now, what about this scene


here?

<<THE STUDENTS ARE RAISING THEIR


HANDS>>

Yes, Myla?

Myla: Sir, it is the scene where Miss Daisy called


Boolie, because Hoke stole a can of salmon.

Ok, thank you class for your answers, but Group 2 <<JUANCITO RAISED HIS HAND>>
has the most number of answers. GOOD WORK!
Heres your prize for your efforts. Now, what did
we learn upon watching and understanding the
film Driving Miss Daisy?

Yes, Juancito, what did you noticed?

Juancito: Sir, we always have to give respect to


others, even they are different from us.

Ok, good answer, what about the others?

<<INAUDITO RAISED HIS HAND>>

Yes, Reuben?

Inaudito: We should accept who we are, and we


should never hate or discriminate others, because
we are also human beings like us. They live,
breathe, and die.

Thank

you,

Reuben,

always

remember,

discrimination is a hate crime that we shall, and ALL: Yes, Sir!


never commit. Remember, we are all humans in (The students will group with their group mates,
one soul, and one body. Understood?
APPLICATION
SLOGAN FOR A BETTER COMMUNITY.
Now, all groups must think about a slogan that can
stop indifference and discrimination across our
country. I want you to draw a poster that speaks
for anti-discrimination, and equality. Here are your
rubrics:

and work on their poster.)

Now, used the remaining time to do this slogan.


Understood?
ALL: Yes, Sir!
(IF TIME IS ALLOTTED)
Can anyone present or share their work to the
class?
ALL: Yes, Sir!
PRESENTATION (EXAMPLE)
Now, lets hear Group 1 with their slogan, ok, lets
listen in.
Carlota: Thank you, sir. What we did is a slogan
about stopping discrimination to our fellow kind,
which reflects well on the gender issues of other
people who choose to be gay, or part of the LGBT.
We want to end it, because we are also human
*AFTER ALL GROUPS HAVE PRESENTED*

like them

Ok, great work, and a great effort for all of you.


Now, heres your assignment for tomorrow to ALL: Yes, Sir!
present, understood?
IV.

ASSIGNMENT

Ok, for your assignment, I want you to make a


short, but meaningful essay about discrimination ALL: Understood, Sir.
in our country. Kindly explain why our indigenous

people are suffering indifference across the


country. Is it understood by everyone?
Any other questions regarding todays lesson and
assignment?

ALL: No questions, Sir

Without any further questions, goodbye, everyone,


and God bless. See you tomorrow.

Goodbye, and thank you, Sir Tin!!!

Prepared by:
Dhan Justine S. Reyes