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TAGODTOD NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Tagodtod, Lagangilang, Abra

DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH


Prepared By: Basingan, Lucresse Jaigin Jewel B.

I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
1. Define the meaning of diphthong
2.
3.
II. SUBJECT MATTER - DIPHTHONG
A. Materials Manila Paper, Word Cards, Picture Cards, Song w/ lyrics
(Miley Cyrus)
B. Reference A Journey Through Anglo-American Literature 9; P. 166 - 167
III. PROCEDURE
A. PRELIMS
1. Prayer
2. Greetings
3. Attendance
4. Review (Lesson Continuation)

TEACHERS ACTIVITY STUDENTS ACTIVITY


B. MOTIVATION
Pinoy Henyo Game
Class how are you today? (Varied answers)
Okay, good to know!
Before we go on to our lesson, let us
play first a game.
I call this game What is this? Okay Maam!
This is also similar to Pinoy Henyo,
So how we play?
I need one volunteer here in front to
guess the words I will place on her
/his back and the rest will dictate the
clues to the player.
Is that clear class? Yes Maam!
Okay good!
So whos brave to be the player? (One volunteer will
come in front)
(The game will go on.)
Answers:
School Gate
Classmate
Library
Room chairs
Noisy students
TEACHERS ACTIVITY STUDENTS ACTIVITY

C. PRESENTATION
So, did you enjoy the game class? (Varied answers)

Okay, I hope you all enjoy!


Let us give our player a brave yell! Brave!
Now class, let us check again the
words being guessed by our player.

Let us read word by word.


School Gate
Classmate
Library
Room chairs
Noisy students
What have you observed?
Are the words found in our school? Yes Maam!
Yes, that is correct!
Also, these words are called diphthongs.

D. DISCUSSION
Diphthong is a vowel-sound containing
two elements that encompassed by the tongue,
jaw and lips.

I have here some pictures and you tell me what


is it.
Picture of eight (8)
Picture of wine
Picture of oyster
Picture of coat
Picture of crown
Picture of tear
Picture of chairs
Picture of fuse

Those words we just read are the Diphthong


alphabets.
Is it clear class? Yes Maam!
Before I forgot, what do we use in delivering
diphthongs? We use our tongue,
jaw and lips Maam!
Very good class!
So are you now ready to have an activity? Yes Maam!
Okay then, we will have our activity.
TEACHERS ACTIVITY STUDENTS ACTIVITY

E. APPLICATION
Class, bring out your book and turn to
Page 167.
Ready class? Yes Maam!
Okay, we will read the short dialogue
titled James Doyle and the boilermakers strike
But, for the Old gentleman I want all the
Boys to read while all girls for the lines of Boy.
Do you follow? Yes Maam!
Okay start!
(students will do as
instructed)

F. VALUING
What do you think was the lesson of the
short dialogue? (varied answers)
Okay, may be. (varied answers)
Yes, it can be. (varied answers)
Good analysis class!
The old man and the boy James Doyle are
arguing about the noise out of the boiler-
makers strike.
Who among you experienced joining a
Strike? Or who have witnessed such?
Do you know what is a strike? (varied answers)
Is it good? (varied answers)
Okay I will not argue with your opinions,
but Im telling you if you know you are in
the right side, fight for it.
But in a proper manner. Okay Maam!
Good class!

IV. EVALUATION
This time, I want you to recall any of your
Favorite stories, only one, make a summary
Of at least

V. ASSIGNMENT