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Instructional Planning

(The process of systematically planning, developing, evaluating and managing the instructional process by
using principles of teaching and learning - D.O. 42, s. 2016)

Detailed Lesson Plan (DLP) Format

DLP No.: Learning Area: Grade Level: Quarter: Duration: Date:
1 English 7 4th 60
Learning Competency/ies: Code:
Classify text types (narrative, expository, explanation,
(Taken from the Curriculum Guide ) recount, persuasive) EN7RC-IV-a-3.2:

Key Concepts / Understandings to be Identifying the text type of a passage helps the reader set the purpose for reading and alerts the reader to
Developed the organization of the piece.
Adapted Cognitive Process Dimensions
Domain (D.O. No. 8, s. 2015)

Knowledge Remembering Identify the text type of an article being presented

The fact or condition of knowing
something with familiarity gained
through experience or association Understanding

Applying Construct a narrative text type about a life’s experience that shows succession of events
The ability and capacity acquired
through deliberate, systematic, and
sustained effort to smoothly and Analyzing
adaptively carryout complex activities or
the ability, coming from one's
knowledge, practice, aptitude, etc., to Evaluating
do something


Attitude Valuing Show appreciation of the importance of writing a narrative text type about one’s experiences in life

Values Valuing


Grade 7 Curriculum Guide

Communication for Progress II, pp. 46-47
3. Learning Resources

4. Procedures
4.1 Introductory Activity MAKE THEM GUESS!
3 minutes
Introduce the lesson through a vocabulary Drill. Group the students into four. Distribute paper strips containing the different
text types.
Let the students decode the word by reading it backward. Each group is given a minute to answer. The group who got the
most numbered correct, gets to win the game.

1. EVITARRAN Narrative
2. YROTISOPXE Expository
3. NOITANALPXE Explanation
4. TNUOCER Recount
5. EVISAUSREP Persuasive
4.2 Activity READ & ANALYZE!

Present to the Class in a mounted manila paper the sample of the different text types. Give at least 5 minutes for the
5 minutes students to silently read and analyze the given text types.

4.3 Analysis 1. What can you say about the given text?
10 minutes 2. Did you understand the message of the given text?
3. What is it all about?
4. How are the texts being written or being developed?

(Solicit varied answers from the students based on their analyses on the text presented.)
4.4 Abstraction Discuss the different text types and its function.
20 minutes
There are different methods that writers use to present their ideas in a paragraph. They can make use of storytelling
(narrative). They can arrange the details by using factual evidences (expository), they can use text types that can influence
or persuade others (Persuasive), they can retell events which have already happened in time order (Recount).

(See attachments for further information.)

1. Do you think our experiences teach us lessons in life?

“Nothing teaches us better than our own experiences”.


Based on the discussion on the different text types, you learned that learning the different text types set us the purpose
for reading and help the readers to organize a written piece.

4.5 Application To fully understand the different text type, the teacher will distribute worksheets that contain the 5 different text types.
12 minutes The students will have to identify each text types and labeled them.

(See attachments)

4.6 Assessment Write a paragraph about an experience that teaches them lessons in life through
5 minutes succession of events. :
Content - 30%
Organization - 20%
Relevance - 25%
Correct usage of - 25% words/gramma

4.7 Assignment Research on the story entitled “The Fisherwoman and the Fish” by
Preparing for the new lesson Dr. Jose P. Rizal.
5 minutes

4.8 Concluding Activity


5. Remarks

6. Reflections
C. Did the remedial lessons work? No. of learners who have caught up with
A. No. of learners who earned 80% in the evaluation.
the lesson.

B. No. of learners who require additional activities for

D. No. of learners who continue to require remediation.

E. Which of my learning strategies worked well? Why did

these work?

F. What difficulties did I encounter which my principal or

supervisor can help me solve?

G. What innovation or localized materials did I use/discover

which I wish to share with other teachers?

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