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A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN MUSIC

I. Subject Matter
Thick and Thin Music

Reference : Grammar Essentials

II. Objectives

At the end of the lesson, with the use of Speaker,Visual aids and pictures,
85% of the students will be able to:

A. determine the difference between adjectives and adverbs;


B. appreciate the importance of studying adjectives and adverbs in
our daily lives and
C. Fill in the blank the correct modifiers.

III. Instructional Materials:


Visual aids, Pictures and Speaker

IV. Procedures:

Preliminary Activities

Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity

Prayer

John please led the prayer. Let us


all stand and pray In the name of the Father and of
the Son and of the Holy Spirit
Amen!
Greetings

Good morning Class!

You may now take your seats. Good morning Sir Arjona!

Thank you Sir Arjona!


How are you today?

We’re good teacher


Checking of Attendance

Who is absent today?


No one teacher!

Very good!

Classroom Rules

I have prepared class rules for you


to follow.
Yes teacher!
Lets read the first classroom rule

Listen, when the teacher is talking in


front of the class Am I understood?
Yes teacher!

Next is Cooperate, During group


activity. Am I understood?
Yes teacher!
Last is Respect one another not only
me but also you respect your fellow
classmates. Am I understood?
Yes teacher loud and clear!
1. Motivation

I have prepared a picture

Do you know who is she?


Please raise your hand if you want to
answer.

Yes Carl?
She is Liza Soberano teacher!
Very good Carl.

Please read the sentence that


describes her.

Liza looks beautiful


Liza pose beautifully

Let’s move to our next picture

Do you know who is she?


Please raise your hand if you want to
answer.

Yes Anna?
She is Sarah Geronimo teacher!
Correct Anna.

Let’s move to our next picture


Please read the sentence that
describes her.

She’s a beautiful singer


She sings beautifully.

Let’s move to our next picture

Do you know who is he?


Please raise your hand if you want to
answer.

Yes Axel? He is Usain Bolt teacher!


Very good Axel.

Please read the sentence that


describes him.

He’s a very quick runner.


He can run very quickly.

What have you observed in each


sentence? Underlined words teacher!
Very good! So what are those
underlined words?

For example in the first picture

Liza looks beautiful.

What is the function of the word


beautiful in the sentence?
It describe Liza’s looks teacher!
Very good! So it describes Liza which
is the noun, so what parts of speech
beautiful belongs?
It belongs to adjective teacher!
Very good! In the second sentence
what does it mean?

Liza pose beautifully.


The pose of Liza is beautiful
Very good! We use the word teacher!
beautifully to what?
To describe the pose of Liza
teacher!
Very good! What parts of speech
beautifully belongs?
It belongs to adverb teacher!
Very Good class!

Do you have an idea about what is


our topic for this morning?
Yes teacher, we think it’s all about
adverb and adjective teacher!
That’s right class!

Presentation

Our topic for today is Distinguishing


between Adjectives and Adverbs

2. Discussion

Let’s define what is Adjective

- an adjective is a word or set of


words that modifies (i.e.,
describes) a noun or pronoun

Let’s define what is Adverbs

- A word used to modify a verb,


an adjective, or another
adverb and often used to
show degree.

Adjective and Adverbs adds level of


description to a sentence by
modifying, supporting and
strengthening other words

Let’s go back to the pictures earlier.

Now let’s determine the differences


between the two.

Liza looks beautiful.

The underlined word is?


Beautiful teacher!
Correct! And beautiful is an?
Adjective teacher!
Very Good!

We use beautiful to describe Liza as


beautiful.

Beautiful is an adjective because we


used it to describe a noun which is
Liza.

Next sentence

Liza pose beautifully.

The underlined word is an adjective


or an adverb?
Adverb teacher!
Very good! It’s an adverb because we
use it to modify a verb.
Which word is the verb there?
Pose teacher!
Very good!

Let’s go to the third picture

Please read.

Bolt can run very quickly.

Bolt is a very quick runner.

Which in the two sentences uses an


adjective first or second?

Second teacher!
Correct! Which word is the adverb
there?
Quickly teacher!
Very Good! Why?
Because we used it to modify the
word run
That’s right!

In the second sentence which word is


the adjective?
Quick teacher!
Quick modifies the word?
Bolt Sir which is a noun
Very good!

The difference between the two is


that we use the word adjective to
modify a noun or pronoun while we
use an adverb to modify a verb,
adjectives and other adverbs.

Did you get it class?


Yes teacher!

The things we need to remember


using adjective and adverb is :

Adjectives describe and modify


nouns
So basically Adjective modifies
-Name/People
-Places
-Things
-Ideas

Adverbs do not modify nouns

We need to remember it the Adverb


never modify a noun
They do modify and describe:
-Verbs
-Adjectives
-Other adverbs
And Adverbs usually end in –ly
For example
-Quickly
-Happily
-Fortunately
-Sadly

Who can give me sentence using an


adjective?

Yes Ken? Angel is happy. Teacher!

Is he correct?

Very good! The adjective is happy


and the noun is Angel

Who else?
Yes Kendra?
June is handsome. Teacher!
Very good! Handsome is the
adjective and June is the noun
How about an adverb?
Yes Miko?
Rose is happily eats her food.
Teacher!
Very good!
Now did you understand the
difference between the two?
Yes teacher!
Generalization

Class what are adjectives again?


A word that modifies an noun or
pronoun
How about adverbs?
A word that modifies verb,
adjectives and other adverbs.
What is the difference of the two?

An adjective only modifies a noun


or a pronoun while adverbs never
modify a noun and only modifies
verb, adjectives and other adverbs.

Very good!

Are there any questions about our


topic on this morning?

5. Valuing

Why do you think the importance of


knowing the difference of adjectives
and adverbs?

Please raise your hand if you want to


answer.

Yes Carla? The importance of knowing the


difference between the two is for us
to have better communication and
proper way of writing.

Very good! It is important because


one mistake of choosing the right
modifier might conflict or
misunderstood the reader what we
trying to say. Am I understood?

Any questions?

6. Application

Class lets have an activity


I will divide the class into three
groups. Each group will write three
sentences with modifiers and
determine what modifiers they used.

Am I understood class?
Are you done class?

Let’s check your answer!

Very good class!

7. Evaluation

Direction: Fill in the blank the


correct modifier that will make each
sentence correct. Write your answer
before the number.

______1. Our class organized a


swimming party last month. The
weather was (fine, finely) that day.

______2. Some of my classmates


arrived (promptly, prompt).

______3. As always, our class


president was (promptly, prompt).

______4. We waited for our class


president (patiently, patient) because
she came late.

______5.I brought fruits for all of us.


They were all (fresh, freshly).

8. Assignment

Direction:

Write a poem using the modifiers. Do


this on your assignment notebook