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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:
Know how indifference can adversely affect the life of others
Use context clues to find the meaning of a word
Analyze a persuasive text and the feeling it conveys
Subject Matter
Topic
Literature
References
Materials

: Overcoming Indifference
: By the Railway Side by Alice Meynell
: Anglo-American Literature 9 pgs. 199-212
: Power Point Presentation, Video Clip

III

Learning Activities
Daily Routine
Prayer
Greetings
Checking of Attendance
Teachers Activity
ACTIVITY
Unlikely Raffle
The students will imagine that life is no
longer possible on Earth. A rocket ship has
been built to carry six people to another planet
and start a new life. A raffle was done to select
the final ten people whom they can choose the
final six from.

Students Activity

Which six would you take and which four (Students Answers Vary)
would you leave behind and why?
1. A classmate who bullies you since grade
school
2. Your teacher whom you find terrible
3. Your snobbish crush
4. A corrupt politician
5. Your family doctor with a fake professional
license
6. Your nagging neighbor
7. A famous terrorist
8. A former convict
9. Your stubborn sister or brother
10. Your lazy best friend

Vocabulary Development
Context Clues: Pick out the word which does
not belong to the group.
1. The man was shouting blasphemous ideas
about different religions.
A. authentic B. nonsense
C. distracting D. humiliating
2. The audience ignored the mans clamor for
change on social injustice
A. Yell B. Cry C. scream D. silence
3. They were spoken by a man who had false
ideas as to what is convincing in elocution.
A. delivery B. inarticulate
C. expression D. utterance
4. The lawyers could not easily counterfeit his
arguments.
A. simulate B. reverse C. imitate D. fabricate
5. The lady was wearing a bourgeois dress just
like any other woman in their locale.
A. traditional B. common
C. original D. conservative
6. He can never forget the entreaties made
which was agreed upon for quite some time.
A. answer B. petition C. request D. appeal
Pre Assigned
Read The text By The Railway Side by
Alice Meynell.
ANALYSIS
1. What is implied by these lines found in the
first paragraph - the sea was burning blue and
there were somberness and gravity in the very
excesses of the sun?
2. How is the setting described?
3. Why was the man speaking at the top of his
voice in the station? What was his purpose?
4. How do you think people reacted to him?

A. authentic

D. silence

B. inarticulate

A. simulate

D. conservative

A. answer

What do they feel and why?


5. Who do you think was the woman trying to
stop the man from talking nonsense?
6. Based on the dialogue, actions and attitude
of the man, what can you say about his
character?
7. If that man was a known person, for
example, he is a politician, a priest, a teacher;
do you think people would listen to him?
Why?
8. What would make a person be more credible
to be given such attention?
9. How does the author describe her journey in
the essay? What emotions are evident?
10. If you were one of the passengers on that
train who saw the incident, how would you
react? Explain your answer.
11. What specific literary devices were used by
the author to make the story more interesting?
ABSTRACTION
How can your character affect others?
Give example wherein your character or
attitude affects not just your life but the life of
others.
APPLICATION
(Group Activity)
Scan the text once again and list at least three
(3) people in the train. Analyze how the author
described how they felt as they witnessed what
happened. Write your answers in the chart
provided below.
Character

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Description
of How they
Felt

AGGREMENT

Analysis in terms of
implications to Real
Life

Read the news article His Name Is Reynaldo Carcillar, pages 210 to 211 in your
English Book and answer the questions that follow.
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CLOSING

Building relationships helps us not only to show how we care for someone, but more
importantly to see how we grow as persons. It teaches us lessons about life that otherwise would
be difficult to learn, lessons about communication, listening, compromise, and giving selflessly
of ourselves and expecting nothing in return - the fruit of overcoming indifference.

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