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School: Grade Level: 8

Teacher: Learning English


GRADE 8 Area:
DETAILED LESSON PLAN Teaching Dates and Time: Quarter: Third

I. OBJECTIVES
A. Content standard The learners demonstrate understanding of: Southeast Asian Literature as mirror of shared heritage: coping strategies in processing textual
information; strategies in examining features of listening and viewing materials; structural analysis of words and propaganda techniques; and
grammatical signals for opinion-making, persuasion and emphasis.
B. Performance Standard The learner transfers learning by composing and delivering persuasive speech based on an informative essay featuring use of properly
acknowledged sources, grammatical signals for opinion-making, persuasive and emphasis, appropriate prosodic features, stance and
behavior.
C. Learning Competencies Determine the stand of the speaker on a given issue presented in the text listened to
EN8LC-IIIe-7.1

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to:


A. Identify the speaker's stand on the issue
B. Differentiate explicit signal and implicit signals
C. Draw generalizations and conclusions from the material listened to.
II. CONTENT Specific Topic: Noting explicit and implicit signals

III. LEARNING RESOURCES


A. Reference
1. Teacher’s guide pages
2. Learner’s materials
pages
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional materials
from learning resource
(LR) portal
IV. PROCEDURES
Teacher’s activity Students activity

A. Reviewing Previous lesson Presenting the new lesson:


or presenting the new lesson.
The teacher will present the new lesson to be discussed by
flashing its title in a Power Point Presentation Manner.
B. Stablish a purpose for the The teacher will:
lesson.  Share the lesson objectives to the students.
 Explain the importance of learning or knowing the
topic.
C. Presenting Activity-based Activity #1
examples/instances in the The teacher will:
new lesson.  Read a text on American's influence on the world. The students will:
 Ask student to identify her/ his stand by noting  Listen carefully as the teacher read.
down explicit and implicit signals and the facial  Identify their teachers stand by noting down explicit ansions he/ she
expressions he/ she will show. will shshow
 Present a table to be fill in by the student.  Write down their observation on the table presented by the teacher.
 Explain the instruction of the activity.  Discuss their observations on class.
 Facilitate students learning.
Explicit Signals Implicit Signals

D. Discussing new concept and Integrating technology The students will:


practicing new skill.#1 The teacher will:  Listen to the material the teacher provided.
 Play spoken poetry.  Understand and comprehend the material.
 Let the students listen to it.  Take down notes.
 Facilitate students learning.  Solicit ideas from the material.
 Draw conclusions from the material listened to.
E. Discussing new concepts and Activity-based Activity #2 Small Debate
practicing new skill#2 The teacher will: In doing the activity, the students will:
 Let the students find or chose their partner. A.
 Explain the instruction of the activity.  Find a partner and discuss the difference between implicit and explicit
 Give the copy of the audio material. signals.
 Facilitate students learning.  One of them will observe the implicit signals used and the other will be
on explicit signals.
 Share it on class.

F. Developing Mastery Activity-based Activity #3


The students will:
The teacher will:  Get a piece of clean paper and get ready for a short quiz.
 Conduct a 15 items test questions checking the  Answer the questions given to them.
understanding of the students.  Submit their papers.
 Facilitate students' learning.

G. Finding practical application Activity-based Activity #4 Concept Models


of concepts and skills in daily The teacher will: Every group will:
living.  Group the students into five.  Listen to the recorded spoken poetry and speech.
 Give recorded materials of spoken poetry and  Compare the two using identifying implicit and explicit signals.
speech to every group.  Two groups will share to the class their observation about implicit
 Explain the instruction of the activity. signals, the other two groups will defend explicit signals used by the
 Facilitate students learning. speakers using concept models they created.
H. Making generalizations and  The teacher will elicit the students’ generalizations  Students will share their comments, learning and realization on the
abstractions about the lesson. about the lesson. lesson.
I. Evaluating learning The teacher will: Recall and reflect
 Give the instruction of the activity. The students will:
 Facilitate students learning.  Recall the activities they have finished and concepts they’ve learned.
 Reflect on and write a reflective essay about what they have learned.
 Share it on class.
J. Additional activities for
application or remediation
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION