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LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 6

I. Objectives
A. Identify what is an adverb
b. Differentiate the kinds of adverbs
C. Construct sentences using adverb.

II. Content: Identifying adverb and its kinds.


III. Learning Resources
A. References: English for a brighter world VI
Brighthouse Publishing pp.171-176
B. Materials: Manila paper

IV. Procedure
Teachers activity Pupils activity
A. Preliminary activity  Good morning class  Good morning ma’am
 Do you obey your  Yes.
parents? 
 How often do you  Always/sometimes
disobey your
parents?
 Do you think obeying  Yes.
your parents is
important?
 Why do you think  Because if you
so? disobey your parents
it means that you do
not love and respect
them.
 Very good!

B. Establishing a  Today I will be


purpose for the lesson reading a short story
about the boy named
Clark.

 Are you ready to  Yes, ma’am


listen class?
Clark wanted to go
last night but his father
told him to stay in the
house because the rain
was terribly pouring.
Although he really
wanted to go to his
friend’s house he
decided to obey his
father willingly.

 Okay class, when  Clark wanted to go


does Clark want to last night.
go out?  The rain was terribly
 Very good! How was pouring.
the weather when
Clark want to go?
 Okay. Did Clark  Yes.
disobey his father?

 Okay, if you were  Yes, because our


Clark will you do the parents know what’s
same thing and why? best for us.

C. Discussion  So now, let’s used


some of the answer
that you gave to me
and then you have to
answer my questions
afterwards.

 The first sentence is  The rain


“The rain was
terribly pouring.”
What is the subject
in the sentence?

 Okay good. What is  Pouring


the verb?
 So what word comes  Terribly.
before the word
pouring?
 Therefore terribly
modifies the verb
pouring.
 I have here another  Clark
sentence. “Clark
made the people
around him very
happy.” What is the
subject of the
sentence?
 What is the verb?  Made
 How about the  Happy
adjective?
 So what word comes  Very
before the word
happy?
 Therefore, the word
“very” modifies the
adjective happy.

 The word terribly and


very modifies the
verb and adjective.

 What part of speech  Adverb.


modifies verb and
adjective?

 Therefore, what is an  Adverb modifies a


adverb? verb and adjective.

 I have here another


 He
sentence. “He did
his duties unusually
well.” What is the
subject of the
sentence?
 What about the verb?  Did
 What about the  Well
adverb?
 So what word comes  Unusually
before the word well?
 Unusually is an
adverb. Therefore an
adverb modifies an
adverb.

 So now what is an  Adverb modifies a


adverb? verb and adjective
and other adverb.
 So an adverb
modifies a verb and
adjective and other
adverb. There are
also six types of
adverb but this time
we will be discussing
the two types of it.

 I have here a
sentences.

 “Ginalyn will be  Next week.


coming come next
week.” When will
Ginalyn comes
home?

 Next week is the


answer for the
question when
therefore if we are
talking about when
we are talking about
time.
 How about this one?  Tomorrow
“We will see her
tomorrow?” when
will you see her?

 Therefore if we talk  Adverb of time.


about time and
answer the question
when then what of
adverb is it?

 Very good!

 Therefore an adverb
of time answer the
question when.

 I have here another


sentence. “You may
put the clean
clothes there.”

 Where will you put  There.


the clean clothes?

 The word “there”


answer the question
where. So if we are
talking about where
we are referring to
place.

 How about this one  At the library.


“Gwen reads books
in the library.”
Where does Gwen
reads books?

 Why do you say so?  Because it answer


the word where.
 Therefore if we are  Adverb of place.
talking about place
and answer the
question where?
What kind of adverb
is it?
 So what is an adverb  An adverb of place
of place? answer the question
where.

D. Generalization  Based on what we  An adverb describes


discussed, what is an a verb, adjective and
adverb? other adverb.
 Very good! What are
the two types of  Adverb of time and
adverb that we adverb of place.
discussed today?
 What the difference  Adverb of time
between an adverb of answer the question
time and an adverb when while an
of place? adverb of place
answer the question
where.
E. Application Group yourselves into
two. Each group will
make 3 sentences
according to the kind of
adverb in the picture.

Group 1

Group 2
V. Evaluation

Encircle the adverb in each sentence and tell its type.

1. At night, my mother massages my back.


2. A poisonous snake was found near the river banks.
3.
4.
5.

VI. Assignment

1. Cut a picture and put it in a medium size coupon. Construct sentences


using the two types of adverb that had been discussed.