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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region IV-A CALABARZON
Division of Laguna
District of Victoria
BANCA-BANCA INTEGRATED NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Brgy. Banca-Banca, Victoria, Laguna

Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan


In English 7

Prepared by:

KAREN M. GREGANDA

Teacher I

Noted by :

JESSICA S. SOLPICO

Master Teacher II

ERENE SJ. PANOPIO

Principal
SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH FOR GRADE 7

Content Standard :

The learner demonstrates understanding of contemporary Philippine literature and various text types through
using reading, listening, and viewing strategies, lexical and contextual cues, action verbs, WH questions,
imperatives and prepositions ; giving clear, precise and concise information using graphic organizers;
composing simple informative text serve as means to respond to the demands of the global village.
Performance Standard :

The learner actively performs in a multi-media informational presentation of multi-cultural highlights.

I. OBJECTIVES

At the end of the session, the students will be able to :

A. use lexical and contextual clues in understanding unfamiliar words (EN7RC-IV-c-9)

B. discover through Philippine Literature the need to work cooperatively and


responsively in today’s global village (EN7LT-IV-c-2.3)

C. organize information about a chosen subject using a graphic organizer


(EN7WC-IV-a-1.3)

I. SUBJECT MATTER

A. Topic : The Parable of the Rainbow Colors written by Juan M. Flavier

B. Materials : disposable cups, water, food coloring, slide deck, lcd monitor, laptop.

C. Reference : Learning Material for English 7, pages 459-468

D. Values Integration : Recognizing the need to work cooperatively and


responsively in today’s global village

E. Integration Across Other Discipline/s : Arts (Color combination )


Math ( Sequencing)

II. LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Preliminary Activities

1. Prayer
2. Greetings
3. Checking of the attendance
4. Review
Here are the examples of sentences taken from the story A Shawl for
Anita. Encirle the verb/s used in the following sentences.

1. Mother brought us up single-handedly.


2. She looked at her handiwork.
3. Mother sacrificed much for us.
4. I envied Anita
5. Anita touched my arm gently.
A. ACTIVITY

1. Motivation/ Priming

Color Combination

The students combine the given liquid food coloring in order to


produce different colors (colors of the rainbow).

1. How were you able to produce the colors orange, green and indigo ?
2. How many colors did you combine in order to produce these colors?
What are those?
3. What is the correct arrangement of the colors of a rainbow?
4. What color of the rainbow do you like best? Why?
5. What does the rainbow represent in your life?
6. What does the line- “There’s a rainbow always after the rain” mean?

2. ANALYSIS

a. Unlocking of Difficulties

Find the meaning of each word using synonyms. Match the raincloud to
the sun which you think has its corresponding synonym..

Unfamiliar Word Meaning Synonym


1. Denigrate To say unfair comments Belittle
2. Oulandish Very unusual Strange
3. Patriotism Love of one’s country Nationalism

b. Reading of the Text

The Parable of The Rainbow Colors by Juan M. Flavier

c. Discussion

1. What colors are mentioned in the story? What does each of the color
represent?
2. If you were one of the colors, what would you be? Why?
3. What is the change that happened in each of the colors? How?
4. Why do you think the rain emphasized the need for cooperation?
5. Why does a rainbow represent hope and cooperation?
6. How will you encourage others to cooperate in societal activities?
C. ABSTRACTION

a. Generalization
The students encapsulate the important information from the text
using a graphic organizer.

B. APPLICATION

GROUP ACTIVITY

Group 1 Story Map

Create a story map by illustrating the significant events that happened in


the story.

Group 2 Checking Out Characters

Think about the colors’ personality as revealed by their words and reactions at the
beginning of the story. Decide who among the characters is round or flat. Cite
lines or characters’ descriptions from the selection that proves your connection.

Group 3. C-S-R Approach

Find the conflict in the story and indicate how it was solved by the
character/s .

Conflict Solution Result


III. EVALUATION
Answer the following questions. Choose the letter of the BEST answer.

1. According to the parable, What does the rainbow represent?


a. courage and bravery
b. cooperation and hope
c. wisdom and authority

2. What is the correct sequence/arrangement of the colors of the rainbow?


a. violet-indigo-blue-green-yellow-orange-red
b. red-orange-yellow-green-blue-indigo-violet
c. yellow-orange-red-blue-green-indigo-violet

3. Whose lines are these “ You are probably all wrong and all right. Yes you all
have your unique features but all of you have a special role.”
a. rain
b. green
c. red

4. Which of the following statements best suits the theme/ message of the
parable?
a. Do not lose hope in times of hardships and challenges.
b. Cooperate and collaborate in order to achieve better outcomes.
c. Accept inevitable changes and use them for self-development.

5. Which of the following situations BEST shows cooperation?


a. The top students from a class agreed to share their answers to all of their
classmates for all of them to pass the examination.
b. A clean-up drive was initiated by a school and all of the students, their
parents and other members of the community participated in the conduct
of the program.
c. The youngest son of Mr. Santos got a failing grade in one of his subjects
but his older siblings decided to keep it from their parents because they
would not want to disappoint them.

IV. ASSIGNMENT

Create your own rainbow.


Create a rainbow poster (size of a long bond paper) that will show the
significant qualities you have or wish to have. On each part of the rainbow, write
the characteristics that you think will help you broaden your horizon. Upload your
output on your Facebook Group. Your output will be graded based on the number
of likes/reactions.
Note : 1 like/reaction = 2points.

V. REMARKS

_______ out of ________ students have reached the mastery level.


_______ out of ________ students need remediation