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ACADEMIC PLANTILLA

English 2 TOPIC: Essay Date: February 16-17, 2012 No. of Meetings: two

EU: An essay is a . TPO: Having learned the elements, types of poetry and the kinds of sonnet, the students will choose from the two kinds of sonnet and create their own using the elements of poetry

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

LEARNING CONTENT

VALUES, ATTITUDES, SKILLS

LEARNING EXPERIENCE

EVALUATION

REMARKS

EO1 To recognize the parts of an essay, types of essay and the steps of writing an essay, EO2 To express their own ideas and feelings by constructing an essay.

A. Sub Topic A. Values 1. Parts of an essay, types of essay and 1. Honesty steps in writing an essay a. sincerity b. truthfulness B. References 2. Reliability a. consistency 1. Meriwether, Nell W. Strategies for b. originality Writing Successful Essays. Chicago: NTC Publishing Group, 1998. Sebranek, Patrick , Verne Meyer, and B. Attitudes Dave Kemper. Writers INC: A Student 1. sincerity and truthfulness in Handbook for Writing & Learning. expressing ideas Wilmington: D.C. Heath and 2. consistency and Company, 1996. originality in sonnet writing 2.http://writefix.com/?page_id=1813 3. responsibility in following C. Instructional the instructions Materials a. book b. power point presentation c. handouts on poetry and its elements, types and

First Meeting A. INTRODUCTION

1. The teacher presents to the class a set of pictures.


These are: pictures expressing happiness and sadness. Then the teacher asks: Based on these pictures, what do you think are these pictures telling you? If these pictures speak of someones feelings, what do you think are the ways of expressing ones emotions aside from expressing it in the face . B. INTERACTION 1. The teacher says: If your answer is essay? Then, what is an essay? Then the teacher calls some students to answer the question. Then the teacher confirms the answer. 2. The teacher asks:If you? The teacher interacts with the students as she confirms the answers. She also gives additional information. 3. The teacher asks: What are the types of poetry? Can you identify the classifications under each type? Then the

classifications

teacher calls some students to give their answers.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

LEARNING CONTENT

VALUES, ATTITUDES, SKILLS C. Skills 1. differentiating elements of poetry 2. recognizing types and classifications of poetry

LEARNING EXPERIENCE

EVALUATION

REMARKS

4. The teacher tells the students to form a group of five. Then, she informs the students that they are going to play Name the Statement. 5. The students will answer the questions using the concepts mentioned a while ago. They will use the card board, chalk and eraser. The students will answer the questions as fast as they could. The teacher confirms the answer in each question. 6. In each question, the teacher promptly adds further information. 7. The teacher gives the students an oral review quiz as a checking for understanding. C. INTEGRATION 1. The teacher ends the discussion by asking the students to complete a statement. This will serve as their exit slip.

Today, I learned that

2. A few students are called to share their ideas in the class. 3. The teacher asks: It is important to know the elements of poetry in order to be able to make a good one. As a person, how important is it to know how to scrutinize a thing before indulging in it? Assignment Read in advance the two types of sonnets in preparation for the discussion next meeting. LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT VALUES, ATTITUDES, SKILLS LEARNING EXPERIENCE EVALUATION REMARKS

EO3 To compare and contrast the Petrarchan and Shakespearean Sonnets EO4 To compose an original sonnet,

A. Sub Topic 1. Petrarchan and Shakespearean Sonnet B. References 1. Ribo, Lourdes and Remedios Nery. Language in Literature. Quezon City: Vibal Publishing House, Inc., 2005, pp. 84-87

A. Values 1. Honesty a. sincerity b. truthfulness 2. Reliability a. consistency b. originality B. Attitudes 1. sincerity and truthfulness in expressing ideas 2. consistency and originality in sonnet writing 3. responsibility in following the instructions

Second Meeting A. INTRODUCTION 4. The teacher asks some students to do the recap yesterdays lesson. 5. Before reading the sonnets, the teacher unlocks some vocabulary words. 6. The teacher acquaints the class to Petrarchan and Shakespearean sonnets. Then she promptly explains the characteristics of each sonnet.

B. INTERACTION 6. After which, the teacher instructs the students to answer a seatwork from the book. Checking of papers and review will follow. C. INTEGRATION 7. The teacher asks: Were you able to find the difference between the two sonnets? Why or Why not? As a See attached Josenian, how can you know if a thing is better from the rubric for sonnet other? composition. Assignment Each student must choose between the two types of sonnets. He must make an original sonnet based from his chosen type. The sonnet should have the essential characteristics and should be written on a short bond paper.

C. Instructional Aids a. notes on types of poetry b. power point presentation c. card board, chalk and eraser d. books

C. Skills 1. comparing and contrasting Petrarchan and Shakespearean sonnet 2. composing an original sonnet

The students are given the rubrics for original sonnet writing.

Submitted by: Erlyne Rose L. Lansa Date Submitted: December 6, 2011CTs/ Subject-Area Chairmans Remarks: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature: _________________