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February 01, 2017

Learning Objectives

1. identify the meaning of the difficult words found in the play Sorry, Wrong Number;
2. read and extract important information from the story
Subject Matter
Topic: Sorry Wrong number by Lucile Fletche
Reference: Learning Materials for Grade 9 A Journey to Anglo-American Literature pp.
240-251
Materials: visual aids, speaker,
Values Integration: Helpfulness, Empathy
Learning Activities

Teachers Activity Student s Activity


A. DAILY ROUTINE
Prayer
Greetings
Checking of Attendance
ACTIVITY
A. Guess What!
The class will be grouped into two and each
group will be given sets of jumbled puzzle
pieces that they will arrange to form the
The students will arrange the puzzle pieces
hidden image and the message associated
and to form the hidden image.
with it.
B. Vocabulary Development
Directions: Analyze each sentence carefully
and give the meaning of the underlined
words. Choose the answer inside the word
pool.
1. Mrs. Stevenson is identified as a querulous
and self-centered neurotic.
2. She became imperious when she could not
connect to the number she dialled.
3. The telephone operators failed attempts
1.bad- tempered
to connect to her husbands office number
2. commanding
unnerved her.
3. dull
4. The telephone operators failed attempts to
4. scared
connect to her husbands office number
5. superior
unnerved her.
5. She gave a high-handed reply when she
sensed Sgt. Duffy did not take action on her
complaint.
ANALYSIS
A. Read It!
The students will read the radio play Sorry,
Wrong Number in Readers Theater way.
The teacher will be choosing students who
will portray the characters in the story.
Prepared by:

Rose Ann T. Gega

BSEd IV, English

February 2, 2017

Learning Objectives

1. answer series of questions about the story;


2. organize the series of event in order based in the story; and
3. relate and reflect to the situation presented.

Subject Matter
Topic: Sorry Wrong number by Lucile Fletche
Reference: Learning Materials for Grade 9 A Journey to Anglo-American Literature pp.
240-251
Materials: visual aids, speaker,
Values Integration: Helpfulness, Empathy
Learning Activities

Teachers Activity Student s Activity


A. DAILY ROUTINE
Prayer
Greetings
Checking of Attendance
ANALYSIS
B. Discussion
1. How do you find the story?
2. Who are the characters in the play? - The main characters in the play are Mrs.
Stevenson, Sgt Duffy, George and the
3. Where is the setting of the story? operators.
- In the house of Mrs. Stevenson in 53 north
Sutton Place New York.
4. For whom is Mrs. Stevensons call?
- For her husband.
5. Was Mrs .Stevenson able to connect to get - Yes, but apparently those people who
help? If yes, how? If no, why? supposed to help her did not make any
actions because they do not believe in what
Mrs. Stevenson has said.
- To ask the number of the hospital where she
6. Why does Mrs. Stevenson call the
had her operation before and asks for a
information?
nurse to accommodate her.
7. Was she able to get help from a nurse?
- No
Why? - The problems in the story were Mrs.
8. What was the problem/s happened in the Stevenson cannot defend herself because
play/story? she is an invalid woman and she did not get
9. Is Mrs. Stevenson murdered at the end? any help from those people she called.
- Yes
10. Is there any suspense or thrilling
atmosphere in the play? In which parts of the
- Students answer may vary
story it occurred?
11. Why do you think it is entitled Sorry, Wrong
Number?
ABSTRACTION
Picture Talk
Arrange the picture in chronological order based
on the story by indicating an arrow in every
scene. Describe the scenes depicted by the
pictures and narrate the events about it. Each of
the pictures should be narrated in 2-3 sentences.
Questions
- Students answers may vary
If you are in the place of Mrs. Stevenson, would
you do the same act of reporting the murder
plan? Would you be willing to face danger just to
help somebody in trouble?
If you are in the place of Sgt. Duffy would you do
the same act of ignoring the report of Mrs.
Stevenson?
Prepared by:

Rose Ann T. Gega

BSEd IV, English

February 3, 2017

Learning Objectives

1. collaborate ideas with other members of the group; and


2. perform the given activities remarkably

Subject Matter
Topic: Sorry Wrong number by Lucile Fletche
Reference: Learning Materials for Grade 9 A Journey to Anglo-American Literature pp.
240-251
Materials: visual aids, speaker,
Values Integration: Helpfulness, Empathy
Learning Activities

Teachers Activity Student s Activity


A. DAILY ROUTINE
Prayer
Greetings
Checking of Attendance
APPLICATION
Group Work: Act it!
The class will be group into six and they will - Perform the assigned task
perform the task they picked in the draw lots.

Task 1. Make a twist in the story Sorry, Wrong


Number by changing the ending and perform it
remarkably in class.
Task 2. Make a movie trailer of the play Sorry,
Wrong Number, and perform it excellently in
class.
Task 3. Make a tableau that shows the
disadvantages and advantages of telephone/cell
phone in the story.
Rubrics
Presentation- 20
Cooperation- 10
Content- 20
50 pts
Individual Work- Work it!
Describe the traits of the two significant
characters in the play using this diagram.

Mrs. Stevenson and Sgt Duffy.


Prepared by:

Rose Ann T. Gega

BSEd IV, English