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A DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH (LANGUAGE) III

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OBJECTIVES: At the end of a 60-minute period, 100% of the pupils will get at least 75% proficiency level and will be able to: a. b. c. d. Identify verbs in the future perfect tense from a list of sentences Formulating sentences using verbs in future perfect tense Completing sentences using verbs in future perfect tense Writing sentences using future perfect tense of the verb

II. SUBJECT MATTER: Future Perfect Tense of the Verb REFERENCE MATERIALS VALUE III. PROCEDURE: TEACHERS ACTIVITY A. INITIATORY ACTIVITIES 1. Daily Class Routine Good morning class, before we proceed with our lesson for today, lets all stand for a prayer. Lets bow down our heads, let us all remember that we are in the holy presence of God. The children will recite the prayer. You may take your seats. Good morning class! Andrea, kindly check the attendance. Thank you. 2. Review Yesterday, you have learned about Past Perfect Tense. How do we use the past perfect tense? The past perfect tense is used to Good morning maam. Yes maam. Your welcome maam. STUDENTS ACTIVITY : English Expressways Textbook III pp.58-60 : pictures and chart : Cooperation

Correct! And how is it formed? Ok, pass your assignment and we will check it. Direction: use in a sentence the following verbs in Past Perfect Tense. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Had been cooked Had started Had eaten Had watered Had watched

indicate a completed action in the past before another past action. It is formed by the auxiliary verb had + the past participle of the verb.

3. Motivation Class, when do we celebrate All Souls Day? Why do we celebrate this day? P1: We celebrate All Souls Day every second day of November. P2: We celebrate this day to remember our loved ones who passed away. P3: We usually clean the tomb and cut the grasses beside it. P4: We bring foods and flowers too. It seems that you have lots of things to do during All Souls Day. And it shows that you really remember your loved ones who passed away because of the good deeds you shared with them on this day. You showed respect for the dead. B. Developmental Activities 1. Presentation Today, you are going to learn about the Future Perfect Tense of the Verb. Here are the lists of the objectives. Lets read. a. Identify verbs in the future perfect tense from a list of sentences b. Formulating sentences using verbs in future perfect tense c. Completing sentences using verbs in future perfect tense

Have you gone to a cemetery? What do we usually do there?

d. Writing sentences using future perfect tense of the verb Now, lets read a dialogue about celebrating All Souls Day to know how it is being celebrated. But before that, let us unlock some difficult words so that you will fully understand the dialogue. Preparing For All Souls Day Jose: Will you come with us in Balara this Saturday? Ramon: Im afraid I cant. A week from now is All Souls Day. We will be busy then. We will attend to the cleaning of grandmothers tomb. Jose: Its only Wednesday today. You have plenty of time. Havent you? Ramon: We can do the work only during the weekend. Father has planned the activities. He expects us to carry out his plan according to schedule so that by Sunday; we will have wound up the work. Jose: What will you have done by Sunday? Ramon: Angie and I will start weeding the grasses around the grave on Saturday morning. In the afternoon, we shall have weeded all the surroundings. Lito will have whitewashed it before Sunday evening. Jose: Does Lito know how to whitewash? Ramon: Hell see Carding about it. Carding is an expert at it because he is the son of the caretaker. Jose: So what else will you do? Ramon: We will clean the marble tombstone so that the epitaph can be read. But before we do this, we shall have painted the already. Jose: I see that youll be busy indeed.

Tomb - grave Weeding removed undesired plants Epitaph an inscription or writing in memory of a dead person Withered dried Wreath garland made up a flower

Ramon: Mother and Anita will prepare for the usual family vigil at the cemetery. They will also shop for the tapers to be lighted on that special day. They will make wreaths too but they wont buy flowers yet. If they do, they will have withered it before All Souls Day. Jose: You certainly have a lot of works to do. Can I be of any help? I wont join the group of Balara anymore. Id rather go with you to the cemetery. Ive put away some white paint. We can give the image on the tombstone a fresh-coat of paint. Ramon: Fine! Ill count on you then. Jose: I wont fail you. Did you like the dialogue? 2. Comprehension Check-up a. What is the dialog all about? b. Why does Ramon not agree to go to Balara? c. What is Angie and Ramons part in the selection? a. The dialog is all about celebrating All Souls Day. b. He will attend to the cleaning of grandfathers tomb. c. Angie and Ramon cooperated in cleaning the tomb. They weed the grass and all the surroundings. They clean the marbles too. d. They also helped through preparing for the usual family vigil at the cemetery. They made wreaths too. e. Self direction, independence and cooperation. Yes, we did.

d. How about their mother and Anita?

e. What is the value you can get from the selection? 3. Analysis Class, what have you observed in the dialogue? Yes, there are underlined words. And what are the underlined words?

There are underlined words.

The underlined words are: will have wound up, shall have weeded, will have whitewashed, and shall have painted, will have withered. By Sunday, we will have wound up the work.

Yes, these are the underlined words. Now, pick out a sentence with underlined words.

In this sentence, what is the verb? When is the action going to happen? Take note that the time expressed is by Sunday. Heres another example. I shall have eaten my lunch before twelve oclock. What is the verb in the sentence?

The verb is will have wound. The action will happen by Sunday.

The verb in the sentence is shall have eaten. I shall have eaten my lunch before twelve oclock. By Sunday, we will have wound up the work. I shall have eaten my lunch before twelve oclock.

When will I have eaten my lunch?

What was the first sentence?

How about the second sentence?

Take note class that by using the time expression by Sunday and before twelve oclock, we would have established the tense of the verb. So what do you think is the tense of the verb? Do you know that these sentences are in the Future Perfect Tense? Why? Given this particular example. Lito will have whitewashed it before Sunday evening. What do you think is the verb in the sentence? When will Lito have whitewashed it? Correct! Now, what does the Future Perfect Tense denote? Future Perfect Tense denotes an action that will happen at a specific time in the future. Will have whitewashed Because it denotes an action that happen in a specific time in the future.

Before Sunday evening

And how is it formed?

It is formed by the auxiliary verb will have and shall have + the past participle form of the verb. The time expression used is by + the date or time and before.

What time expression is being used? Correct! When do we use shall and will? 4. Comparison and Abstraction Activity I (Substitution Drill) Direction: Substitute the underlined words with words under. 1. By Saturday, I shall have made my homework. shall have achieved shall have completed 2. Before the teacher comes, we shall have performed our activity. shall have achieved shall have completed 3. By the time I reach home, I will have given her the gift. will have handed will have presented 4. He shall have burned the weeds by 5:00 pm. shall have thrown shall have collected 5. Lyka will have ironed the dress by 6:00 oclock. will have fitted will have sold Activity II-Question Response Drill Now, we will have a question response drill. Id like to have two volunteers to stand in front. One will ask a question and the other answers. Q. Who will have carried out Mr. Mercados plan of activities by 5:00 pm? A. The children will have carried out Mr. Mercados plan of activities by 5:00 pm. Q. When will they have wound up the work?

Shall is used if the situation is not sure or certain. Will is used to show conviction or willingness.

A. They will have wound up the work by Sunday. Q. What will they have done by Sunday? A. They will have done cleaning all the surroundings by Sunday. Q. What will they have whitewashed by Monday evening? A. They have whitewashed the tombstone by Monday evening. Q. Why wont they buy flowers yet? A. If they will, the flowers will have withered before All Souls Day. Activity III-Transformation Drill Direction: Change the following sentences so that they will express Future Perfect Tense. 1. The guests will go home at eleven oclock. 2. Mina will call her up at eight oclock. 3. The children will visit their grandmother next week. 4. The dressmaker will sew the dress this noon. 5. Culminating Activities 1. Synthesis of the lesson/Generalization Class, what is Future Perfect Tense? Future Perfect Tense is a verb which is used to denote an action that will happen at a specific time in the future. By + the date or time and before It is formed by auxiliary verb shall have and will have + the past participle of the verb. We used shall if the situation is not sure or certain and will is used to show conviction or willingness.

What time expression is being used? What should be remembered in forming the Future Perfect Tense?

When do we use shall and will? 2. Application Class, I want you to group yourselves into three. Each group will choose a leader to organize the group. Each

group will pick out one presentation to be performed in front of the class. The present action would be role playing, dialogue and reporting. Use future perfect tense in making sentences. Group I Role Playing Group II Dialogue Group III Reporting 3. Value integration What are the values that we can get from our lesson? 4. Evaluation Direction: On a sheet of paper, complete the following sentence using the Future Perfect Tense of the verb. 1. By 2013, I __________in my 4 year degree course. 2. Before June, she ______her piano lessons. 3. By summer I ______to make lesson plans. 4. By the end of the December you _____ your reviewers. 5. Shiela _______her masteral degree by the end of the semester. 5. Assignment On a piece of paper, make a reflective journal about life which uses a Future Perfect Tense of the verb in the sentence. Underline the verb used. 1. Will have graduated 2. Shall have finished 3. Will have learned 4. Shall have answered 5. Will have completed The value of time.

SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH (LANGUAGE) III

IV. OBJECTIVES: At the end of a 60-minute period, 100% of the pupils will get at least 75% proficiency level and will be able to: e. f. g. h. Identify verbs in the future perfect tense from a list of sentences Formulating sentences using verbs in future perfect tense Completing sentences using verbs in future perfect tense Writing sentences using future perfect tense of the verb

V. SUBJECT MATTER: Future Perfect Tense of the Verb REFERENCE MATERIALS VALUE I. PROCEDURE: A. Initiatory Activities 1. Daily Routines 1.1 Opening Prayer 1.2 Attendance Monitoring 2. Review of the Past Lesson Direction: use in a sentence the following verbs in Past Perfect Tense. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 3. 4. Had been cooked Had started Had eaten Had watered Had watched Motivation : English Expressways Textbook III pp.58-60 : pictures and chart : Cooperation