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Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in English 8


At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:

1. State the rules of Subject-Verb Agreement;
2. Sustain interest in studying Subject-Verb Agreement; and
3. Construct their own sentences using the correct Subject-Verb Agreement.


Topic: Subject-Verb Agreement

Reference: Communication Values English II
Materials: Visual Aids, chalkboard


A. Preparatory Activity
a. Prayer
b. Checking of Attendance

B. Motivation
What are the basic parts of sentence?
(The two basic parts of the sentence are subject and predicate. The subject may be a noun or
pronoun; the predicate most of the time is a verb.
How are the subject and predicate related to each other?
(The subject is the one being talked about while the predicate tells the action of the subject or
the action given to the subject.)
C. Presentation
Our topic for today is all about Subject-Verb Agreement and the rules that govern it.
There are certain rules which govern the Subject-Verb Agreement. I will tell you each of the
rules and give a example. Afterwards, you will give your own example.

Remember class that verbs, unlike nouns, have the s-form of the word for singular form and
the base form for its plural form.