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BSED-IV English

Competency: Share viewpoints based on the ideas presented in the materials viewed.

(EN10VC-IIIf-23)

I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to:

a. analyze the song as a means of valuing our nature;

b. express appreciation of nature; and

c. expand ideas using Venn diagram.

II. Subject Matter: Recognizing the Gift of Nature

“What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong

Textbook: Celebrating Diversity Through World Literature pp 274-276

Materials: printed manila papers, photocopied sheets and pictures

Value Integration: to be a caretaker of God’s creation

III. Procedure: Appreciation Method

Teacher’s Activity Students’ Activity

Preliminary Activities
 Prayer
 Greetings
Good morning class. Good morning ma’am.
 Checking of Attendance
Do we have any absent today? No, ma’am.
 Passing of Assignments
Do you have any assignments? None, ma’am.
Let us proceed.
 Setting of Classroom Standards
(Teacher presents the objectives) (Students read the objectives)

Will you help me achieve these Yes, ma’am.


objectives?
A. Preparation
1. Motivation
To live in God’s wondrous creation
is a blessing to be thankful for.
Oftentimes, we tend to ignore the magic it
brings us, and some people don’t
recognize how beautiful nature is, but let
us not forget what it offers us.
So now class, we are going to play
the game called “Charades”. I will group
you into three groups and you will select a
representative to come here in front and
act out the word from the lyrics of the
song that we are going to listen/play later.

*Blessed *Babies (Students do as told.)


*Wonderful *Rainbow
*Trees *Faces
*Clouds *World

2. Unlocking of Difficulties
Let’s do the Twist!
Inside the box are twisted words
which will be found in the song that we
are going to listen/read later. Place the
words to which you think is their
corresponding meaning.

*extremely good -wonderful


*a multicolored array -rainbow
*highly valued and important -sacred
-blessed
*very welcome, pleasant or appreciated
-bloom
*to change, grow or develop fully

mlobo decras
dselebs wonbair
feruldnow
3. Statement of the Aim
Okay class, this morning, we will
discuss about “Recognizing the Gift of
Nature” and we will listen to a song titled
“What a Wonderful World” by Louis
Armstrong.

B. Presentation
1. Author’s Biography
(The teacher reads the biography of
the author)
2. Reading
This time, I want you to listen
carefully to the song “What a Wonderful
World” by Louis Armstrong. A song that
would bring us to an imagination of how
wonderful our world is.

“What a Wonderful World”


By Louis Daniel Armstrong

I see trees of green, red roses too


I see them bloom for me and you
And I think to myself what a wonderful
world.

I see skies of blue and clouds of white


The bright blessed day, the dark sacred
night
And I think to myself what a wonderful
world.

The colors of the rainbow so pretty in the


sky
Are also on the faces of people going by
I see friends shaking hands saying how do
you do
They're really saying I love you.

I hear babies crying, I watch them grow


They'll learn much more than I'll never
know
And I think to myself what a wonderful
world.
(instrumental break)

The colors of the rainbow so pretty in the


sky
Are also on the faces of people going by
I see friends shaking hands saying how do
you do
They're really saying I love you

I hear babies crying, I watch them grow


They'll learn much more than I'll never
know
And I think to myself what a wonderful
world.

C. Discussion
Did you like the song class?
-Yes ma’am

Okay class, I will group you into three


groups and answer the question assigned
to your group in two minutes. Then,
choose a representative to discuss it in
front.

Group 1
*Why do you think the composer
wrote the song? -For us ma’am, we think that the
composer wrote the song titled “What a
Wonderful World” for us to be reminded
how beautiful is God’s gift to us.
Very good! Let’s give a Coca-Cola clap
to group 1. (Students do as told.)

Group 2
*What is the message of the song?
-For us ma’am, the message of the song is
that we should take care of what God has
put into the world especially those what it
makes it wonderful and a beautiful place
to live in.
Excellent! Let’s give group 2 a (Students do as told.)
fireworks clap.

Group 3
*Is the speaker recounting past events
or events in the present? -For us ma’am the speaker is recounting
to past events since the song was
produced years ago and he
wants the listeners to imagine how
wonderful the world is during his time.

Very good! Let’s give the third group


(Students do as told.)
five claps.

D. Reproduction
Using the Venn diagram, compare and
contrast the world you are experiencing
now to that of the world being described
in the song.

The
The World as
World Describe (Students do as told.)
Now in the
Song

IV. Evaluation
On a one half sheet of paper, answer
the following questions:
1. What do trees of green symbolize?
2. What do blooming of red roses
signifies?
3. What do the colors of the rainbow
that are on the faces of people
convey?
V. Assignment
On a one whole sheet of paper, draw
the image of a word/s from the lyrics of
the song that captures your interest the
most and explain why such word/s
captures your attention.

So, that’s all for today. Goodbye class.


-Goodbye ma’am.