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A GLR-CT Lesson for the story, Educating Arthur

Submitted by: Rina Raquel C. Buenavista


Date of Submission: January 13, 2013
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
I.

Objectives
A. Expressive Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
1. Appreciate the effort shown by others
2. Understand that it is important to be patient
3. Realize that you should not only do things properly for the sake of
getting a reward
4. Know that animals could also learn
B. Instructional Objectives
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
1. Describe the main character of the story
2. Write the things that Arthur did based on the pictures
3. Complete the conversation between Grandpa and Melanie
4. Identify the rewards given to Arthur when he did something right
5. Write activities or things that they would like to teach to their pets

II.

Subject Matter
Title: Educating Arthur
Writer: Amanda Graham
Illustrator: Donna Gynell
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Date Published: 1987

III.

Materials
Charts for engagement activities
Visual aids for unlocking of difficulties
Book- Educating Arthur

IV.

Procedure
A. Pre-reading
1. Unlocking of Difficulties
Word
educating
reward

tidy
fetch

Meaning
teaching
Something that we
give to those who did
something good
clean
get

Story:
What do you usually do in school?

Way to Unlock
context
context

context
context

Here is school, Teacher Vicka and I are educating you. We read


some stories, we teach you new songs and poems, and also ask you
some questions. What do you think does educating mean? How do
we educate you?
Another thing that we teach you is to tidy your places . We ask you
to clean your tables, pick up the pieces of paper from the floor, and
also to fix your cubby holes. What do you think does tidy mean?
And when you do things properly, we give you some rewards.
Stickers and stamps are examples of rewards. When do we usually
give rewards? To whom do we give rewards?
Thats right. Sometimes, we also give rewards to our pets when
they obey our commands, like when we ask them to fetch
something. We ask them to fetch a ball, and other things. What do
you think is the meaning of fetch?
2. Developing Purpose for Reading
a. Motivation Question
Do you have a pet? What is the name of your pet?
b. Motive question
Let us find out what is the name of the pet in our story.
B. During Reading
The teacher will read the story aloud while showing the pictures of the
book.
While reading, the teacher will ask the following questions:
Spread
Spread
Spread
Spread

3: Did Arthur potted the plants properly?


6: Do you think Arthur will put his slippers away?
10: How many biscuits do think will Grandpa give Arthur?
12: What do you think will Arthur do?

C. Post Reading
1. Engagement Activities
Group 1 Who am I?
Objective: Instructional Obj. 1
Introduction: Who is the main character of our story?
Instruction: Complete the puzzle. Pick some words that describe
him and stick these around his picture.
Example: a dog, clumsy

Who am I?
clums

dog
(puzzle
of
Arthur)

helpf

A pet

Group 2 Let me Help!


Objective: Instructional Objective 2
Introduction: In our story, who did Arthur help? What did Arthur
do to help them?
Instruction: Write the things that Arthur did to help based on the
pictures. Then, draw a check or an x if Arthur did his work
properly.
Example: fix the bike
c
Let me
Help!
(pic)

(pic)

(pic)

Fixing
bike

Bake
cake

pot
plant

Group 3 Lets teach Arthur!


Objective: Instructional Obj. 3
Introduction: What do you think did Grandpa feel when Arthur did
not do his job well? What did Grandpa think to help Arthur?
Instruction: Complete the conversation between Grandpa and
Melanie about educating Arthur.
Example: Arthur wants to help, so we need to teach him.

Lets Teach
Arthur!
I think Arthur wants to _________.
We need to ________________.
We are going to give him ________ if
he _________. If we do that, Arthur
will_________.

Pic of
Pic of
Gran
dpa

Melanie

Group 4: Heres your reward!


Objective: Instructional Objective 4
Introduction: What is the reward given to Arthur? When did
Arthur receive the reward?
Instruction: Stick how many biscuits Arthur received when he did
things properly.
Example: fetching newspapers- three biscuits
Heres your
reward!
Tidy
his
box

Hugs
Biscuits

I Dog

Put
away
slipper
Fetch
newsp
aperss

Group 5- If I have a pet


Objective: Instructional Objective 5
Introduction: If you have a pet, what will you teach him?
Instruction: Write the things or activities that you will teach your
pet if you have one.
Example: sitting, jumping

If I have a pet
I will teach
6. _______
7. ________
8. ________
9. ________
10.__________
________

I will teach
1. _______
2. ________
3. ________
4. ________
5. ___________
_______

2. Discussion questions:
Questions
1. Who is the main
character of our story?
Can you describe him?
To know more about
our main character, let us call
the first group.
2. What does Arthur like
to do?
3. Did Arthur help others?
What did Arthur do to
help them?

Expected Answers
Arthur
He is a pet.

Chewing slippers
Yes
He helped in baking cakes,
potting plants and fixing a bike

To know more about


the things that Arthur
did to help them, let
us call the next group.
4. What happened after
Arthur tried to help
them? Do you think
Arthur was a good
helper? Why?

No, he was not a good helper


because he was not able to do
his work properly.

5. If you were Grandpa or


Melanie, will you get
mad at Arthur because
he did not do his job

Yes/No

right? Why?
6. Do you think Arthur
mean to ruin the cake
or the plants?

No
Giving Arthur some rewards if he
does things right.

7. What idea did Grandpa


think of to teach
Arthur?
To know more about
that, let us call the
next group.
8. If you were Grandpa,
will you also give
rewards to Arthur?
Why? Do you think did
Arthur do his best?

Yes, because he did his best

Hugs and dog biscuits

9. What kind of reward


did they give Arthur?
To know what kind of
reward did they give
Arthur let us call the
next group.
10.Was the use of reward
successful? Did Arthur
do his job properly?
11.Instead of hugs and
biscuits, what other
rewards do you think
can Grandpa give
Arthur?
12.If you were Arthur,
what will you feel if
you got a reward?
13.What happened at the
end of our story? Do
you think it was right
for Arthur to just get
his rewards by

Yes

Varied answers

Happy
Arthur collected his rewards by
himself
Yes/No

Varied answers

Varied answers

himself?
14.If you were Arthur, will
you do the same, or
will you wait for
Grandpa or Melanie to
give you your reward?

No. You should not just do things


properly just for the sake of
getting a reward.

15.Why is it important to
learn how to wait? Why
do you think it is
important to be paient
16.In our story, Arthur
learned to do things
properly when he will
get a reward. How
about you, do you
think you should only
do things properly if
you will be given a
reward? When should
you do things
properly?
17.Do you want to have a
pet like Arthur? What
kind of pet would you
like to have?

Varied answers

Varied answers

18.What would you teach


your pet?
Let us listen to the
next group to know
what they will teach to
their pet.
19.How will you teach
your pet to do these
things?

GOLD
I. Objectives:
At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:

Varied answers

1. Identify when to add d to the action word


2. Give examples of action words that end in e
3. Write the correct form of the action word that happened in the past by adding d to
action words ending in e
II. A . Subject Matter:
Action words that happened in the past
Adding d to the action words

C. Materials:
Pictures
Visuals
Worksheets

III. Procedure

A. Introduction
Now, let us look at the diary of Melanie.
Yesterday, we surprised Arthur by giving him a biscuit.
Arthur tasted the biscuit.
He liked his reward so much.
B. Presentation and Modelling
Yesterday, we surprised Arthur by giving him a biscuit.
What is the action word?
When did it happen?
How did we know that it happened in the past? What clue/s helped us?
On what letter does the action word end?
What did we add to the action word that happened in the past?
Arthur tasted the biscuit.
What is the action word?
When did it happen?
How did we know that it happened in the past? What clue/s helped us?
On what letter does the action word end?
What did we add to the action word that happened in the past?
He liked his reward so much.

What is the action word?


When did it happen?
How did we know that it happened in the past? What clue/s helped us?
On what letter does the action word end?
What did we add to the action word that happened in the past?

Now, let us look at another diary. Have you watched Frozen? This is the diary of Anna.
Last month was Elsas coronation day. (When did it happen again?)
The chef baked a lot of cake for the people.
A lot of people smiled at Elsa.
I danced during the party.
What is the action word in the second sentence? How about in the next sentence? What is
the action word in the last sentence? Can you encircle the action words?When did all of
these happen?
Let us try to observe the action words.
baked
smiled
danced
When did the action words happen? What did we add to the action words? Why did we
add d and not ed? What is the last letter of these action words?
We add d to actions words that happened in the past if the action word ends in letter
e.
Can you give other examples of action words that end in letter e?
(The teacher will list down action words that end in letter e.)
C. Guided Practice
For our game, here are pictures of the different characters of the movie, Frozen. I will call
some students to pick one character. Inside each character is the number that the student is
going answer. You only need to write the action word that happened in the past.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

The guards _________ (close) the gates last year.


Elsa __________ (live) in an ice castle last week.
Anna and Elsa ___________ (name) their snowman, Olaf, yesterday.
Kristoff __________ (save) Anna from falling a while ago.
Elsa __________ (use) her powers last night.

D. Independent Practice

For our next game, you will be divided into 5 groups, according to your line. I will give
each group 2 placards- one that has a letter d, and another that has ed. The first players
will be those who are in row one. I will show you a sentence, and you will raise d if
you will add d to the action word that happened in the past. If you think that you will
form the past tense of the word by adding ed, then raise the placard that has the letters
ed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Anna and Elsa ______________ (like) to build snowman a long time ago.
The troll ____________ (erase) Annas memories last weekend.
Elsa ___________ (learn) to control her powers last night.
Kristoff ________ (promise) to help Anna last week.
Olaf ___________ ( race) with Ven to get the carrot yesterday.

E. Evaluation
For your worksheets, you are going to read each sentence. Then, write the correct form of the
action word that happened in the past.
Example: I _________ (close) the door a while ago. Answer: closed

Name: _____________________________________
Section: _______________________
Write the correct form of the action word that
happened in the past.
Last December

1. We __________
December.

(dance)

in

our

field

demo

2. We _________ (use) head gears as our costume.


3. We __________ (move) when the music started.
4. We ___________ (smile) as we danced.
5. Our parents ________ (like) our performance.

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